David H Cornell
David H Cornell
prof geochemistry Gothenburg Sweden
Verified email at gvc.gu.se
TitleCited byYear
MPI‐DING reference glasses for in situ microanalysis: New reference values for element concentrations and isotope ratios
KP Jochum, B Stoll, K Herwig, M Willbold, AW Hofmann, M Amini, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 7 (2), 2006
4882006
Trace-element geochemistry of mantle olivine and application to mantle petrogenesis and geothermobarometry
JCM De Hoog, L Gall, DH Cornell
Chemical Geology 270 (1-4), 196-215, 2010
2322010
The Ongeluk basaltic andesite formation in Griqualand West, South Africa: submarine alteration in a 2222 Ma Proterozoic sea
DH Cornell, SS Schütte, BL Eglington
Precambrian Research 79 (1-2), 101-123, 1996
2081996
Dating the Cape orogeny
IW Hälbich, FJ Fitch, JA Miller
Geodynamics of the Cape Fold Belt, 1983
1781983
The Kibaran of southern Africa: tectonic evolution and metallogeny
RJ Thomas, ALD Agenbacht, DH Cornell, JM Moore
Ore Geology Reviews 9 (2), 131-160, 1994
1571994
The Namaqua-Natal Province
DH Cornell, RJ Thomas, R Gibson, HFG Moen, DL Reid, JM Moore, ...
Geological Society of South Africa, 2006
1542006
Geochronology of the Proterozoic Hartley Basalt Formation, South Africa: constraints on the Kheis tectogenesis and the Kaapvaal Craton's earliest Wilson cycle
DH Cornell, RA Armstrong, F Walraven
Journal of African Earth Sciences 26 (1), 5-27, 1998
1081998
Sveconorwegian (-Grenvillian) deformation, metamorphism and leucosome formation in SW Sweden, SW Baltic Shield: constraints from a Mesoproterozoic granite intrusion
J Andersson, U Söderlund, D Cornell, L Johansson, C Möller
Precambrian Research 98 (1-2), 151-171, 1999
851999
Ion probe zircon dating of metasedimentary units across the Skagerrak: new constraints for early Mesoproterozoic growth of the Baltic Shield
KI Åhäll, DH Cornell, R Armstrong
Precambrian Research 87 (3-4), 117-134, 1998
811998
Rare earths from supernova to superconductor
DH Cornell
Pure and Applied Chemistry 65 (12), 2453-2464, 1993
801993
Apatite in early Archean Isua supracrustal rocks, southern West Greenland: its origin, association with graphite and potential as a biomarker
A Lepland, G Arrhenius, D Cornell
Precambrian Research 118 (3-4), 221-241, 2002
792002
Ion-probe dating of 1.2 Ga collision and crustal architecture in the Namaqua-Natal Province of southern Africa
Å Pettersson, DH Cornell, HFG Moen, S Reddy, D Evans
Precambrian Research 158 (1-2), 79-92, 2007
762007
Crustal evolution of the Namaqua-Natal metamorphic province, Southern Africa
RJ Thomas, DH Cornell, JM Moore, J Jacobs
South African Journal of Geology 97 (1), 8-14, 1994
621994
New insights into the geology of the Namaqua tectonic province, South Africa, from ion probe dating of detrital and metamorphic zircon
JG Raith, DH Cornell, HE Frimmel, CH De Beer
The Journal of geology 111 (3), 347-366, 2003
612003
Dating mafic–ultramafic intrusions by ion-microprobing contact-melt zircon: examples from SW Sweden
A Scherstén, H Årebäck, D Cornell, P Hoskin, A Åberg, R Armstrong
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 139 (1), 115-125, 2000
582000
Sm-Nd study of Precambrian crustal development in the Prieska-Copperton region, Cape Province
DH Cornell, CJ Hawkesworth, P Van Calsteren, WD Scott
Transactions of the Geological Society of South Africa 89 (1), 17-28, 1986
581986
Protolith interpretation in metamorphic terranes: a back-arc environment with Besshi-type base metal potential for the Quha Formation, Natal Province, South Africa
DH Cornell, RJ Thomas, SA Bowring, RA Armstrong, GH Grantham
Precambrian Research 77 (3-4), 243-271, 1996
531996
Age of origin of the polymetamorphosed Copperton Formation, Namaqua-Natal Province, determined by single grain zircon Pb-Pb dating
DH Cornell, G Griffin, A Kroener, H Humphreys
South African Journal of Geology 93 (5/6), 709-716, 1990
531990
Provenance age and metamorphic history of the Quha Formation, Natal Metamorphic Province: a U-Th-Pb zircon SHRIMP study
RJ Thomas, DH Cornell, RA Armstrong
South African Journal of Geology 102 (1), 83-88, 1999
481999
A volcanic-exhalative origin for the world's largest (Kalahari) manganese field
DH Cornell, SS Schütte
Mineralium Deposita 30 (2), 146-151, 1995
481995
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