Cliff Shaw
Cliff Shaw
Professor of Earth Science, University of New Brunswick
Verified email at unb.ca
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Dissolution of orthopyroxene in basanitic magma between 0.4 and 2 GPa: further implications for the origin of Si-rich alkaline glass inclusions in mantle xenoliths
CSJ Shaw
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 135 (2-3), 114-132, 1999
1031999
Mechanisms of orthopyroxene dissolution in silica-undersaturated melts at 1 atmosphere and implications for the origin of silica-rich glass in mantle xenoliths
CSJ Shaw, Y Thibault, AD Edgar, FE Lloyd
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 132 (4), 354-370, 1998
941998
The origin of reaction textures in mantle peridotite xenoliths from Sal Island, Cape Verde: the case for “metasomatism” by the host lava
CSJ Shaw, F Heidelbach, DB Dingwell
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 151 (6), 681, 2006
932006
Origin of megacrysts in the mafic alkaline lavas of the West Eifel volcanic field, Germany
CSJ Shaw, J Eyzaguirre
Lithos 50 (1-3), 75-95, 2000
862000
Experimental peridotite–melt reaction at one atmosphere: a textural and chemical study
CSJ Shaw, DB Dingwell
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 155 (2), 199-214, 2008
832008
What is magnetic in the lower crust?
SA McEnroe, F Langenhorst, P Robinson, GD Bromiley, CSJ Shaw
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 226 (1-2), 175-192, 2004
752004
The pressure and temperature conditions and timing of glass formation in mantle-derived xenoliths from Baarley, West Eifel, Germany: the case for amphibole breakdown, lava …
CSJ Shaw, A Klügel
Mineralogy and Petrology 74 (2-4), 163-187, 2002
682002
Anomalous compression and equation of state of coesite
RJ Angel, JL Mosenfelder, CSJ Shaw
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 124 (1-2), 71-79, 2001
642001
Evidence of dehydration in peridotites from Eifel Volcanic Field and estimates of the rate of magma ascent
CMM Denis, S Demouchy, CSJ Shaw
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 258, 85-99, 2013
612013
The temporal evolution of three magmatic systems in the West Eifel volcanic field, Germany
CSJ Shaw
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 131 (3-4), 213-240, 2004
562004
Origin of sulfide blebs in variably metasomatized mantle xenoliths, Quaternary West Eifel volcanic field, Germany
CSJ Shaw
Canadian Mineralogist 35, 1453-1464, 1997
541997
Barium and titanium-rich biotite and phlogopite from the western and eastern gabbro, Coldwell alkaline complex, northwestern Ontario
CSJ Shaw, RS Penczak
The Canadian Mineralogist 34 (5), 967-975, 1996
491996
Mixing properties of the enstatite-ferrosilite solid solution I. A macroscopic perspective
SC Tarantino, MC Domeneghetti, MA Carpenter, JS Cliff, V Tazzoli
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (3), 525-536, 2002
412002
Rietveld analysis of dicalcium aluminate (Ca2Al2O5)—A new high pressure phase with the Brownmillerite-type structure
V Kahlenberg, RX Fischer, CSJ Shaw
American Mineralogist 85 (7-8), 1061-1065, 2000
412000
Post-entrainment mineral–melt reactions in spinel peridotite xenoliths from Inver, Donegal, Ireland
CSJ Shaw, AD Edgar
Geological Magazine 134 (6), 771-779, 1997
411997
Regional variations in the mineralogy of metasomatic assemblages in mantle xenoliths from the West Eifel Volcanic Field, Germany
CSJ Shaw, J Eyzaguirre, B Fryer, J Gagnon
Journal of Petrology 46 (5), 945-972, 2005
372005
Polymorphism of strontium monogallate: the framework structures of β-SrGa2O4 and ABW-type γ-SrGa2O4
V Kahlenberg, RX Fischer, CSJ Shaw
Journal of Solid State Chemistry 153 (2), 294-300, 2000
362000
Compression mechanisms of coesite
RJ Angel, CSJ Shaw, GV Gibbs
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 30 (3), 167-176, 2003
352003
Crystal chemical controls on rare earth element partitioning between epidote-group minerals and melts: an experimental and theoretical study
D Frei, A Liebscher, A Wittenberg, CSJ Shaw
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 146 (2), 192-204, 2003
332003
The effect of experiment geometry on the mechanism and rate of dissolution of quartz in basanite at 0.5 GPa and 1350 C
CSJ Shaw
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 139 (5), 509-525, 2000
312000
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