Jacqueline E. Dixon
Jacqueline E. Dixon
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An experimental study of water and carbon dioxide solubilities in mid-ocean ridge basaltic liquids. Part I: calibration and solubility models
JE Dixon, EM Stolper, JR Holloway
Journal of Petrology 36 (6), 1607-1631, 1995
6261995
Recycled dehydrated lithosphere observed in plume-influenced mid-ocean-ridge basalt
JE Dixon, L Leist, C Langmuir, JG Schilling
Nature 420 (6914), 385-389, 2002
4232002
Infrared spectroscopic measurements of CO 2 and H 2 O in Juan de Fuca Ridge basaltic glasses
JE Dixon, E Stolper, JR Delaney
Earth Planet. Sci. Lett 90 (1), 87-104, 1988
3971988
An experimental study of water and carbon dioxide solubilities in mid-ocean ridge basaltic liquids. Part II: applications to degassing
JE Dixon, EM Stolper
Journal of Petrology 36 (6), 1633-1646, 1995
3121995
A hydrous melting and fractionation model for mid‐ocean ridge basalts: Application to the Mid‐Atlantic Ridge near the Azores
PD Asimow, JE Dixon, CH Langmuir
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 5 (1), 2004
2992004
Volatiles in basaltic glasses from Loihi Seamount, Hawaii: Evidence for a relatively dry plume component
JE Dixon, DA Clague
Journal of Petrology 42 (3), 627-654, 2001
2862001
Lateral variation in upper mantle viscosity: role of water
JE Dixon, TH Dixon, DR Bell, R Malservisi
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 222 (2), 451-467, 2004
2772004
SIMS analysis of volatiles in silicate glasses: 1. Calibration, matrix effects and comparisons with FTIR
E Hauri, J Wang, JE Dixon, PL King, C Mandeville, S Newman
Chemical Geology 183 (1-4), 99-114, 2002
2772002
Degassing of alkalic basalts
JE Dixon
American Mineralogist 82 (3-4), 368-378, 1997
2531997
Volatiles in alkalic basalts form the North Arch Volcanic Field, Hawaii: extensive degassing of deep submarine-erupted alkalic series lavas
JE Dixon, DA Clague, P Wallace, R Poreda
Journal of Petrology 38 (7), 911-939, 1997
2491997
Petrology of submarine lavas from Kilauea's Puna Ridge, Hawaii
DA CLAGUE, JG MOORE, JE DIXON, WB FRIESEN
Journal of Petrology 36 (2), 299-349, 1995
2401995
Degassing history of water, sulfur, and carbon in submarine lavas from Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii
JE Dixon, DA Clague, EM Stolper
The Journal of Geology 99 (3), 371-394, 1991
2351991
Picritic glasses from Hawaii
DA Clague, WS Weber, JE Dixon
Nature 353 (6344), 553-556, 1991
1451991
Volatiles in basaltic glasses from the Easter‐Salas y Gomez Seamount Chain and Easter Microplate: Implications for geochemical cycling of volatile elements
K Simons, J Dixon, JG Schilling, R Kingsley, R Poreda
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 3 (7), 1-29, 2002
1372002
Geodetic and seismic constraints on recent activity at Long Valley Caldera, California: evidence for viscoelastic rheology
AV Newman, TH Dixon, GI Ofoegbu, JE Dixon
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 105 (3), 183-206, 2001
1272001
Determination of the molar absorptivity of dissolved carbonate in basanitic glass
JE Dixon, V Pan
American Mineralogist 80 (11-12), 1339-1342, 1995
1161995
Correlated geophysical, geochemical, and volcanological manifestations of plume‐ridge interaction along the Galápagos Spreading Center
RS Detrick, JM Sinton, G Ito, JP Canales, M Behn, T Blacic, B Cushman, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 3 (10), 1-14, 2002
1152002
Glass compositions, plume‐ridge interaction, and hydrous melting along the Galápagos Spreading Center, 90.5° W to 98° W
B Cushman, J Sinton, G Ito, JE Dixon
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 5 (8), 2004
922004
Lava bubble-wall fragments formed by submarine hydrovolcanic explosions on Lō'ihi Seamount and Kīlauea Volcano
DA Clague, AS Davis, JL Bischoff, JE Dixon, R Geyer
Bulletin of Volcanology 61 (7), 437-449, 2000
862000
Carbonatite and silicate melt metasomatism of the mantle surrounding the Hawaiian plume: Evidence from volatiles, trace elements, and radiogenic isotopes in rejuvenated‐stage …
J Dixon, DA Clague, B Cousens, ML Monsalve, J Uhl
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 9 (9), 2008
852008
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