Nina S. C. Simon
Nina S. C. Simon
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The origin and evolution of the Kaapvaal cratonic lithospheric mantle
NSC Simon, RW Carlson, DG Pearson, GR Davies
Journal of Petrology 48 (3), 589-625, 2007
The origin of garnet and clinopyroxene in “depleted” Kaapvaal peridotites
NSC Simon, GJ Irvine, GR Davies, DG Pearson, RW Carlson
Lithos 71 (2-4), 289-322, 2003
Ultra-refractory domains in the oceanic mantle lithosphere sampled as mantle xenoliths at ocean islands
NSC Simon, ER Neumann, C Bonadiman, M Coltorti, G Delpech, ...
Journal of Petrology 49 (6), 1223-1251, 2008
The effect of mantle composition on density in the extending lithosphere
NSC Simon, YY Podladchikov
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 272 (1-2), 148-157, 2008
40Ar/39Ar-ages of phlogopite in mantle xenoliths from South African kimberlites: evidence for metasomatic mantle impregnation during the Kibaran orogenic cycle
J Hopp, M Trieloff, GP Brey, AB Woodland, NSC Simon, JR Wijbrans, ...
Lithos 106 (3-4), 351-364, 2008
The system MgO-Al2O3-Cr2O3 revisited: reanalysis of Doroshev et al.'s (1997) experiments and new experiments
AV Girnis, GP Brey, AM Doroshev, AI Turkin, N Simon
European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (6), 953-964, 2003
Density variations in the thickened crust as a function of pressure, temperature, and composition
J Semprich, NSC Simon, YY Podladchikov
International Journal of Earth Sciences 99 (7), 1487-1510, 2010
Chimneys, channels, pathway flow or water conducting features-an explanation from numerical modelling and implications for CO2 storage
L Räss, VM Yarushina, NSC Simon, YY Podladchikov
Energy Procedia 63, 3761-3774, 2014
Formation of intracratonic basins by lithospheric shortening and phase changes: a case study from the ultra‐deep East Barents Sea basin
S Gac, RS Huismans, NSC Simon, YY Podladchikov, JI Faleide
Terra Nova 25 (6), 459-464, 2013
Ultra-refractory mantle xenoliths from ocean islands: How do they compare to peridotites retrieved from oceanic sub-arc mantle?
ER Neumann, NSC Simon
Lithos 107 (1-2), 1-16, 2009
Spontaneous formation of fluid escape pipes from subsurface reservoirs
L Räss, NSC Simon, YY Podladchikov
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-11, 2018
Modeling of craton stability using a viscoelastic rheology
MJ Beuchert, YY Podladchikov, NSC Simon, LH Rüpke
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 115 (B11), 2010
Effects of lithosphere buckling on subsidence and hydrocarbon maturation: A case-study from the ultra-deep East Barents Sea basin
S Gac, RS Huismans, NSC Simon, JI Faleide, YY Podladchikov
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 407, 123-133, 2014
The Lu-Hf isotope composition of cratonic lithosphere: disequilibrium between garnet and clinopyroxene in kimberlite xenoliths
NSC Simon, RW Carlson, DG Pearson, GR Davies
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 15, 2002
Inhibited eclogitization and consequences for geophysical rock properties and delamination models: Constraints from cratonic lower crustal xenoliths
J Semprich, NSC Simon
Gondwana Research 25 (2), 668-684, 2014
Ultra-depleted domains in the oceanic mantle lithosphere: Evidence from major element and modal relationships in mantle xenoliths from ocean islands
NSC Simon, ER Neumann, E Widom
Journal of Petrology 49, 1223-1251, 2008
A Tale of Two Cratons: The Slave Kaapvaal Workshop
AG Jones, RW Carlson, HS Grütter
Gulf Professional Publishing, 2004
The Formation and Modification of Cratonic Lithospheric Roots: A Petrological and Geochemical Study of Xenoliths from the Kaapvaal Craton
NSC Simon
Os-Sr-Nd-Hf isotope evidence for the ancient depletion and subsequent multi-stage enrichment history of the Kaapvaal cratonic lithosphere
NSC Simon, RW Carlson, GR Davies, GM Nowell, DG Pearson
International Kimberlite Conference: Extended Abstracts 8, 2003
Multistage metasomatism and mineral growth of cratonic mantle recorded by a glass-bearing garnet lherzolite xenolith from Letseng-la-Terae, Lesotho.
NSC Simon, GR Davies, DG Pearson, PRD Mason, GJ Irvine
Journal of Conference Abstracts 5, 2000
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