Nigel Harris
Nigel Harris
Emeritus Professor, Open University
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Trace element discrimination diagrams for the tectonic interpretation of granitic rocks
JA Pearce, NBW Harris, AG Tindle
Journal of petrology 25 (4), 956-983, 1984
103061984
Geochemical characteristics of collision-zone magmatism
NBW Harris, JA Pearce, AG Tindle
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 19 (1), 67-81, 1986
19171986
Post-collision, shoshonitic volcanism on the Tibetan Plateau: implications for convective thinning of the lithosphere and the source of ocean island basalts
S Turner, N Arnaud, J Liu, N Rogers, C Hawkesworth, N Harris, SV Kelley, ...
Journal of petrology 37 (1), 45-71, 1996
11161996
Experimental constraints on Himalayan anatexis
AE Patiņo Douce, N Harris
Journal of Petrology 39 (4), 689-710, 1998
9811998
Constant elevation of southern Tibet over the past 15 million years
RA Spicer, NBW Harris, M Widdowson, AB Herman, S Guo, PJ Valdes, ...
Nature 421 (6923), 622-624, 2003
6682003
Precambrian tectonics and crustal evolution in South India
SA Drury, NBW Harris, RW Holt, GJ Reeves-Smith, RT Wightman
The Journal of Geology 92 (1), 3-20, 1984
5341984
Geochemical constraints on leucogranite magmatism in the Langtang Valley, Nepal Himalaya
S INGER, N HARRIS
Journal of Petrology 34 (2), 345-368, 1993
5191993
Trace element modelling of pelite-derived granites
NBW Harris, S Inger
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 110 (1), 46-56, 1992
4951992
Age and composition of dikes in Southern Tibet: New constraints on the timing of east-west extension and its relationship to postcollisional volcanism
H Williams, S Turner, S Kelley, N Harris
Geology 29 (4), 339-342, 2001
4762001
Decompression and anatexis of Himalayan metapelites
N Harris, J Massey
Tectonics 13 (6), 1537-1546, 1994
4101994
Nature of the source regions for post-collisional, potassic magmatism in southern and northern Tibet from geochemical variations and inverse trace element modelling
HM Williams, SP Turner, JA Pearce, SP Kelley, NBW Harris
Journal of Petrology 45 (3), 555-607, 2004
3672004
The significance of monazite U–Th–Pb age data in metamorphic assemblages; a combined study of monazite and garnet chronometry
G Foster, P Kinny, D Vance, C Prince, N Harris
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 181 (3), 327-340, 2000
3522000
Preliminary conclusions of the Royal Society and Academia Sinica 1985 geotraverse of Tibet
C Chengfa, C Nansheng, MP Coward, D Wanming, JF Dewey, A Gansser, ...
Nature 323 (6088), 501-507, 1986
3411986
Isotopic constraints on the structural relationships between the lesser Himalayan series and the high Himalayan crystalline series, Garhwal Himalaya
T Ahmad, N Harris, M Bickle, H Chapman, J Bunbury, C Prince
Geological Society of America Bulletin 112 (3), 467-477, 2000
3312000
Causes and consequences of protracted melting of the mid-crust exposed in the North Himalayan antiform
H Zhang, N Harris, R Parrish, S Kelley, L Zhang, N Rogers, T Argles, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 228 (1-2), 195-212, 2004
3242004
Crustal evolution in South India: constraints from Nd isotopes
NBW Harris, M Santosh, PN Taylor
The Journal of Geology 102 (2), 139-150, 1994
3241994
Isotope geochemistry of the 1985 Tibet geotraverse, Lhasa to Golmud
NBW Harris, X Ronghua, CL Lewis, CJ Hawkesworth, Z Yuquan
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 1988
3011988
Himalayan architecture constrained by isotopic tracers from clastic sediments
A Richards, T Argles, N Harris, R Parrish, T Ahmad, F Darbyshire, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 236 (3-4), 773-796, 2005
2802005
REE fractionation and Nd-isotope disequilibrium during crustal anatexis: constraints from Himalayan leucogranites
M Ayres, N Harris
Chemical Geology 139 (1-4), 249-269, 1997
2791997
The elevation history of the Tibetan Plateau and its implications for the Asian monsoon
N Harris
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 241 (1), 4-15, 2006
2642006
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