Eric C. Ferré
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Obliquely convergent tectonics and granite emplacement in the Trans-Saharan belt of Eastern Nigeria: a synthesis
E Ferré, G Gleizes, R Caby
Precambrian Research 114 (3-4), 199-219, 2002
1392002
Pan-African, post-collisional, ferro-potassic granite and quartz–monzonite plutons of Eastern Nigeria
EC Ferré, R Caby, JJ Peucat, R Capdevila, P Monié
Lithos 45 (1-4), 255-279, 1998
1361998
Theoretical models of intermediate and inverse AMS fabrics
EC Ferré
Geophysical Research Letters 29 (7), 31-1-31-4, 2002
1322002
Chemical and isotopic fractionation of wet andesite in a temperature gradient: experiments and models suggesting a new mechanism of magma differentiation
F Huang, CC Lundstrom, J Glessner, A Ianno, A Boudreau, J Li, EC Ferré, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 73 (3), 729-749, 2009
1082009
Flow of partially molten crust and origin of detachments during collapse of the Cordilleran orogen
C Teyssier, EC Ferré, DL Whitney, B Norlander, O Vanderhaeghe, ...
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 245 (1), 39-64, 2005
1072005
Subduction initiation and ophiolite crust: new insights from IODP drilling
MK Reagan, JA Pearce, K Petronotis, RR Almeev, AJ Avery, C Carvallo, ...
International Geology Review 59 (11), 1439-1450, 2017
1052017
Flow of partially molten crust and the internal dynamics of a migmatite dome, Naxos, Greece
SC Kruckenberg, O Vanderhaeghe, EC Ferré, C Teyssier, DL Whitney
Tectonics 30 (3), 2011
1042011
Rapid transition from continental breakup to igneous oceanic crust in the South China Sea
HC Larsen, G Mohn, M Nirrengarten, Z Sun, J Stock, Z Jian, A Klaus, ...
Nature Geoscience 11 (10), 782-789, 2018
1012018
Geodynamic significance of early orogenic high-K crustal and mantle melts: example of the Corsica Batholith
EC Ferre, BE Leake
Lithos 59 (1-2), 47-67, 2001
872001
Separation of paramagnetic and ferrimagnetic anisotropies: A review
F Martín‐Hernández, EC Ferré
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 112 (B3), 2007
852007
Migration and accumulation of ultra-depleted subduction-related melts in the Massif du Sud ophiolite (New Caledonia)
C Marchesi, CJ Garrido, M Godard, F Belley, E Ferré
Chemical Geology 266 (3-4), 171-186, 2009
842009
The Pan-African reactivation of Eburnean and Archaean provinces in Nigeria: structural and isotopic data
E Ferré, J Déléris, JL Bouchez, AU Lar, JJ Peucat
Journal of the Geological Society 153 (5), 719-728, 1996
841996
Magma flow inferred from AMS fabrics in a layered mafic sill, Insizwa, South Africa
EC Ferré, C Bordarier, JS Marsh
Tectonophysics 354 (1-2), 1-23, 2002
742002
How are saucer‐shaped sills emplaced? Constraints from the Golden Valley Sill, South Africa
S Polteau, EC Ferré, S Planke, ER Neumann, L Chevallier
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 113 (B12), 2008
732008
Eight good reasons why the uppermost mantle could be magnetic
EC Ferré, SA Friedman, F Martín-Hernández, JM Feinberg, JL Till, ...
Tectonophysics 624, 3-14, 2014
702014
The magnetic susceptibility of granitic rocks as a proxy for geochemical composition: Example from the Saruhan granitoids, NE Turkey
A Aydin, EC Ferré, Z Aslan
Tectonophysics 441 (1-4), 85-95, 2007
692007
Paramagnetic and ferromagnetic anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility in migmatites: measurements in high and low fields and kinematic implications
EC Ferré, F Martín-Hernández, C Teyssier, M Jackson
Geophysical Journal International 157 (3), 1119-1129, 2004
662004
The magnetism of mantle xenoliths and potential implications for sub‐Moho magnetic sources
EC Ferré, SA Friedman, F Martín‐Hernández, JM Feinberg, JA Conder, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (1), 105-110, 2013
632013
Internal fabric and strike‐slip emplacement of the Pan‐African granite of Solli Hills, northern Nigeria
E Ferré, G Gleizes, JL Bouchez, PN Nnabo
Tectonics 14 (5), 1205-1219, 1995
591995
Granite magma migration and emplacement along thrusts
EC Ferré, O Galland, D Montanari, TJ Kalakay
International Journal of Earth Sciences 101 (7), 1673-1688, 2012
562012
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