Tod E. Waight spends much of his time researching Geochemistry, Analytical chemistry, Isotope analysis, Petrography and Volcano. He interconnects Petrology, Pluton and Terrane in the investigation of issues within Geochemistry. His Terrane study combines topics in areas such as Batholith and Magmatism.
His Mass spectrometry study, which is part of a larger body of work in Analytical chemistry, is frequently linked to Isobaric process, Thermal ionization, Ion exchange and Reproducibility, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Petrography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Dike and Island arc. His research in Lithosphere intersects with topics in Xenolith and Basalt.
Tod E. Waight mainly investigates Geochemistry, Xenolith, Mantle, Magmatism and Zircon. Tod E. Waight has researched Geochemistry in several fields, including Lithosphere and Plagioclase. His Plagioclase research integrates issues from Magma chamber, Magma and Radiogenic nuclide.
His research integrates issues of Olivine and Kimberlite in his study of Xenolith. His Mantle research includes elements of Iceland plume, Trace element, Transition zone and Crust. His Magmatism study incorporates themes from Gondwana and Cretaceous.
Geochemistry, Amphibole, Metamorphic core complex, Archaeology and Government are his primary areas of study. His work on Terrane expands to the thematically related Geochemistry. The various areas that Tod E. Waight examines in his Amphibole study include Eudialyte, Isochron, Baddeleyite, Peralkaline rock and Augite.
His Metamorphic core complex research covers fields of interest such as Work, Christian ministry and Tectonics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Tectonics, Isotopic composition, Cleaning methods, Raw material and Ashing. His work on Tectonics is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Archaeology. In his articles, Tod E. Waight combines various disciplines, including Isotopic composition and Waterlogging.
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Pb isotopic analysis of standards and samples using a 207Pb–204Pb double spike and thallium to correct for mass bias with a double-focusing MC-ICP-MS
Joel Baker;David Peate;Tod Waight;Christine Meyzen.
Chemical Geology (2004)
Sr isotope ratio measurements by double-focusing MC-ICPMS: techniques, observations and pitfalls
Tod Waight;Joel Baker;David Peate.
International Journal of Mass Spectrometry (2002)
Fingerprinting feldspar phenocrysts using crystal isotopic composition stratigraphy: implications for crystal transfer and magma mingling in S-type granites
Tod E. Waight;Roland Maas;Ian A. Nicholls.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (2000)
A fifty year perspective of magmatic evolution on Ruapehu Volcano, New Zealand: verification of open system behaviour in an arc volcano
J.A Gamble;C.P Wood;R.C Price;I.E.M Smith.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1999)
Carbonate Assimilation at Merapi Volcano, Java, Indonesia: Insights from Crystal Isotope Stratigraphy
Jane P. Chadwick;Valentin R. Troll;Catherine Ginibre;Catherine Ginibre;Daniel Morgan;Daniel Morgan.
Journal of Petrology (2007)
The Anatomy of an Andesite Volcano: a Time–Stratigraphic Study of Andesite Petrogenesis and Crustal Evolution at Ruapehu Volcano, New Zealand
Richard C. Price;John A. Gamble;Ian E.M. Smith;Roland Maas.
Journal of Petrology (2012)
Geochemical investigations of microgranitoid enclaves in the S-type Cowra Granodiorite, Lachlan Fold Belt, SE Australia
Tod E. Waight;Roland Maas;Ian A. Nicholls.
Rb isotope dilution analyses by MC-ICPMS using Zr to correct for mass fractionation: towards improved Rb–Sr geochronology?
Tod Waight;Joel Baker;Bart Willigers.
Chemical Geology (2002)
Isotope Dilution MC‐ICP‐MS Rare Earth Element Analysis of Geochemical Reference Materials NIST SRM 610, NIST SRM 612, NIST SRM 614, BHVO‐2G, BHVO‐2, BCR‐2G, JB‐2, WS‐E, W‐2, AGV‐1 and AGV‐2
Adam J.R. Kent;Benjamin Jacobsen;David W. Peate;Tod E. Waight.
Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research (2004)
The Hohonu Batholith of North Westland, New Zealand: granitoid compositions controlled by source H 2 O contents and generated during tectonic transition
Tod E. Waight;Stephen D. Weaver;Roderick J. Muir;Roland Maas.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (1998)
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