Zell E. Peterman mainly investigates Geochemistry, Basalt, Mineralogy, Petrology and Archean. His studies deal with areas such as Neogene and Craton as well as Geochemistry. The Basalt study combines topics in areas such as Volcanism, Precambrian and Ultramafic rock.
The concepts of his Mineralogy study are interwoven with issues in Metamorphic rock, Isochron and Recrystallization. His Archean research incorporates themes from Phanerozoic, Proterozoic and Terrane. His Volcanic rock research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Igneous rock and Crust.
His primary areas of investigation include Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Precambrian, Calcite and Isotopes of strontium. In general Geochemistry study, his work on Igneous rock, Basalt, Gneiss and Archean often relates to the realm of Yucca, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His study looks at the intersection of Igneous rock and topics like Volcanic rock with Crust.
His research integrates issues of Carbonate rock and Pore water pressure in his study of Mineralogy. His Precambrian research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Metamorphism, Metamorphic rock, Petrology and Geochronology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Vadose zone and Quaternary.
Zell E. Peterman mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Calcite, Yucca and Groundwater. In his works, Zell E. Peterman undertakes multidisciplinary study on Geochemistry and Brine. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sedimentary rock, Carbonate rock, Pore water pressure and Rhyolite in addition to Mineralogy.
Zell E. Peterman has included themes like Outcrop, Precambrian, Basement and Paleozoic in his Carbonate rock study. Zell E. Peterman combines subjects such as Vadose zone, Paragenesis, Igneous rock and Volcanic rock with his study of Calcite. His Groundwater research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Isotopes of strontium and Borehole.
Zell E. Peterman focuses on Mineralogy, Calcite, Geochemistry, Hydrology and Brining. His Mineralogy study incorporates themes from Horizon, Meteoric water and Deposition. His Calcite research includes elements of Pressure solution, Pore water pressure and Dolomite.
Many of his studies on Geochemistry involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Quartz. His study in the field of Groundwater is also linked to topics like Systematics. His study in the fields of Rhyolite under the domain of Volcanic rock overlaps with other disciplines such as Mass fraction.
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Variations in Sr, Rb, K, Na, and Initial Sr87/Sr86 in Mesozoic Granitic Rocks and Intruded Wall Rocks in Central California
Ronald W. Kistler;Zell E. Peterman.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1973)
Isotopic composition of strontium in sea water throughout Phanerozoic time
Zell E Peterman;Carl E Hedge;Harry A Tourtelot.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1970)
Geochemistry of the Gabbro—Diorite—Tonalite—Trondhjemite Suite of southwest Finland and its Implications for the Origin of Tonalitic and Trondhjemitic Magmas
Joseph G. Arth;Fred Barker;Zell E. Peterman;Irving Friedman.
Journal of Petrology (1978)
Reconstruction of crustal blocks of California on the basis of initial strontium isotopic compositions of Mesozoic granitic rocks
Ronald Wayne Kistler;Zell E. Peterman.
Professional Paper (1978)
Ostwald ripening of clays and metamorphic minerals.
Dennis D. Eberl;Jan Środoń;Martin Kralik;Bruce E. Taylor.
Tectono-stratigraphic evolution of the Early Proterozoic Wisconsin magmatic terranes of the Penokean Orogen
P. K. Sims;W. R. Van Schmus;K. J. Schulz;Z. E. Peterman.
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1989)
The Great Lakes tectonic zone — A major crustal structure in central North America
P. K. Sims;K. D. Card;G. B. Morey;Z. E. Peterman.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1980)
Age of Precambrian events in the Northeastern Front Range, Colorado
Zell E. Peterman;Carl E. Hedge;William A. Braddock.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1968)
The 1.7- to 1.8-b.y.-old trondhjemites of southwestern Colorado and northern New Mexico: Geochemistry and depths of genesis
Fred Barker;J. G. Arth;Z. E. Peterman;Irving Friedman.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1976)
Related Strontium Isotopic and Chemical Variations in Oceanic Basalts
Zell E Peterman;Carl E Hedge.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1971)
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