James Natland

James Natland

Research Professor Department of Marine Geosciences

University of Miami
4600 Rickenbacker Causeway
Miami, FL 33149

N 268A

Tel: 305.421.4123

Igneous petrology and geochemistry of abyssal tholeiites and gabbros; ocean-island basalts; ultramafic xenoliths; island-arc/backarc petrology; regional geology of spreading ridges and linear island chains.

1992 Farley, K.A., Natland J.H. and Craig, H., Binary mixing of enriched and undegassed (primitive?) mantle components in lavas from Tutuila, American Samoa. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 111: 183-199.

1991 Natland, J.H., Meyer, P.S., Dick H.J.B. and Bloomer, S.H., Magmatic oxides and sulfides in gabbroic rocks from ODP Hole 735B and the later development of the liquid line of descent. In: Von Herzen, R.P., Robinson, P.T., et al. (eds), Proc. Ocean Drilling Program, 118: Sci. Results: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 75-111.

1989 Mahoney, J.J., Natland, J.H., White, W.M., Poreda, R., Fisher, R.L. and Baxter, A.N., Isotopic and geochemical provinces of the western Indian Ocean spreading centers. J. Geophys. Res., 94: 4033-4052.

1989 Natland, J.H., Partial melting of a lithologically heterogeneous mantle, 1: Inferences from crystallization histories of magnesian abyssal tholeiites from the Siqueiros Fracture Zone. In: Saunders, A.D. and Norry, M. (eds), Magmatism in the Ocean Basins: Geol. Soc. London, Spec. Publ. 42: 41-77.

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