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Marian B Holness
Marian B Holness
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On the pseudomorphing of melt-filled pores during the crystallization of migmatites
MB Holness, EW Sawyer
Journal of Petrology 49 (7), 1343-1363, 2008
3092008
Melted rocks under the microscope: microstructures and their interpretation
MB Holness, B Cesare, EW Sawyer
Elements 7 (4), 247-252, 2011
1912011
Architecture and dynamics of magma reservoirs
M Edmonds, KV Cashman, M Holness, M Jackson
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 377 (2139), 20180298, 2019
1782019
Silicate liquid immiscibility within the crystal mush: late-stage magmatic microstructures in the Skaergaard intrusion, East Greenland
MB Holness, G Stripp, MCS Humphreys, IV Veksler, TFD Nielsen, ...
Journal of Petrology 52 (1), 175-222, 2011
1662011
Whole-genome sequencing coupled to imputation discovers genetic signals for anthropometric traits
I Tachmazidou, D Sveges, JL Min, GRS Ritchie, J Steinberg, K Walter, ...
The American Journal of Human Genetics 100 (6), 865-884, 2017
1622017
Differentiation and compaction in the Skaergaard intrusion
C Tegner, P Thy, MB Holness, JK Jakobsen, CE Lesher
Journal of Petrology 50 (5), 813-840, 2009
1572009
Temperature and pressure dependence of quartz-aqueous fluid dihedral angles: the control of adsorbed H2O on the permeability of quartzites
MB Holness
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 117 (3-4), 363-377, 1993
1551993
Equilibrium dihedral angles in the system H2O− CO2− NaCl-calcite, and implications for fluid flow during metamorphism
MB Holness, CM Graham
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 108 (3), 368-383, 1991
1171991
Melt segregation from silicic crystal mushes: a critical appraisal of possible mechanisms and their microstructural record
MB Holness
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 173 (6), 48, 2018
1142018
Equilibrium dihedral angles in the system quartz-CO2H2ONaCl at 800 C and 1–15 kbar: the effects of pressure and fluid composition on the permeability of quartzites
MB Holness
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 114 (1), 171-184, 1992
1101992
On the use of changes in dihedral angle to decode late-stage textural evolution in cumulates
MB Holness, MJ Cheadle, DAN McKenzie
Journal of Petrology 46 (8), 1565-1583, 2005
1072005
Partial melting of the Appin Quartzite driven by fracture-controlled H2O infiltration in the aureole of the Ballachulish Igneous Complex, Scottish Highlands
MB Holness, JD Clemens
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 136 (1), 154-168, 1999
1051999
Melt–solid dihedral angles of common minerals in natural rocks
MB Holness
Journal of Petrology 47 (4), 791-800, 2006
1042006
The effect of reaction overstep on garnet microtextures in metapelitic rocks of the Ilesha Schist Belt, SW Nigeria
A Zeh, MB Holness
Journal of Petrology 44 (6), 967-994, 2003
1002003
Dual origin of Fe–Ti–P gabbros by immiscibility and fractional crystallization of evolved tholeiitic basalts in the Sept Iles layered intrusion
O Namur, B Charlier, MB Holness
Lithos 154, 100-114, 2012
992012
Assessing the role of compaction in the formation of adcumulates: a microstructural perspective
MB Holness, Z Vukmanovic, E Mariani
Journal of Petrology 58 (4), 643-673, 2017
982017
A textural record of solidification and cooling in the Skaergaard intrusion, East Greenland
MB Holness, C Tegner, TFD Nielsen, G Stripp, SA Morse
Journal of Petrology 48 (12), 2359-2377, 2007
962007
Textural maturity of cumulates: a record of chamber filling, liquidus assemblage, cooling rate and large-scale convection in mafic layered intrusions
MB Holness, TFD Nielsen, C Tegner
Journal of Petrology 48 (1), 141-157, 2007
942007
Reaction-induced microcracking: an experimental investigation of a mechanism for enhancing anatectic melt extraction
JAD Connolly, MB Holness, DC Rubie, T Rushmer
Geology 25 (7), 591-594, 1997
881997
The Traigh Bhn na Sgrra sill, Isle of Mull: Flow localization in a major magma conduit
MB Holness, MCS Humphreys
Journal of Petrology 44 (11), 1961-1976, 2003
832003
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