Barbara P. Nash
Barbara P. Nash
Professor of Geology and Geophysics, University of Utah
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Partition coefficients for trace elements in silicic magmas
WP Nash, HR Crecraft
Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta 49, 2309-2322, 1985
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
Sequence, age and source of silicic fallout tuffs in middle to late Miocene basins of the northern Basin and Range province
ME Perkins, FH Brown, WP Nash, W McIntosh, SK Williams
Geological Society of America Bulletin 110 (3), 344-360, 1998
Explosive silicic volcanism of the Yellowstone hotspot: The ash fall tuff record
ME Perkins, BP Nash
Geological Society of America Bulletin 114 (3), 367-381, 2002
Fallout tuffs of Trapper Creek, Idaho - a record of Miocene explosive volcanism in the Snake River Plain volcanic province
ME Perkins, WP Nash, FH Brown, R Fleck
Geological Society of America Bulletin 107, 1484-1506, 1995
Shonkin Sag laccolith, Montana
WP Nash, JFG Wilkinson
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 25, 241-269, 1970
Phosphate minerals in terrestrial igneous and metamorphic rocks
WP Nash
Phosphate minerals, 215-241, 1984
The Yellowstone hotspot in space and time: Nd and Hf isotopes in silicic magmas
BP Nash, ME Perkins, JN Christensen, DC Lee, AN Halliday
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 247 (1-2), 143-156, 2006
Tephrochronology of the miocene Santa Cruz and Pinturas formations, Argentina
ME Perkins, JG Fleagle, MT Heizler, B Nash, TM Bown, AA Tauber, ...
Early Miocene Paleobiology in Patagonia: High-Latitude Paleocommunities of …, 2012
Lake cycles in the Bonneville basin, Utah
AJ Eardley, RT Shuey, V Gvosdetsky, WP Nash, M Dane Picard, DC Grey, ...
Geological Society of America Bulletin 84 (1), 211-216, 1973
Late Cenozoic volcanism at Twin Peaks, Utah: Geology and petrology
HR Crecraft, WP Nash, SH Evans
Journal of Geophysical Research 68, 10303-10320, 1981
Analysis of oxygen with the electron microprobe: Applications to hydrated glass and minerals
WP Nash
American Mineralogist 77 (3-4), 453-457, 1992
The mineralogy and petrology of Mount Suswa, Kenya
WP Nash, ISE Carmichael, RW Johnson
Journal of Petrology 10, 409-439, 1969
Use and movement of obsidian in the Early and Middle Stone Ages of Kenya and northern Tanzania
HV Merrick, FH Brown, WP Nash
Society, culture, and technology in Africa 11 (6), 29-44, 1994
Late Pleistocene basaltic ash and volcanic eruptions in the Bonneville basin, Utah
CG Oviatt, WP Nash
Geological Society of America Bulletin 101 (2), 292-303, 1989
An electron microprobe study of detrital feldspar
AS Trevena, WP Nash
Journal of Sedimentary Research 51 (1), 137-150, 1981
The Cougar Point Tuff: implications for thermochemical zonation and longevity of high-temperature, large-volume silicic magmas of the Miocene Yellowstone hotspot
HE Cathey, BP Nash
Journal of Petrology 45 (1), 27-58, 2004
Pleistocene rhyolite of the mineral mountains, Utah: geothermal and archeological significance
PW Lipman, PD Rowley, HH Mehnert, SH Evans Jr, WP Nash, FH Brown
US Geological Survey Journal of Research 6 (1), 133-147, 1978
A summary of the geology, geochemistry, and geophysics of the Roosevelt Hot Springs thermal area, Utah
SH Ward, WT Parry, WP Nash, WR Sill, KL Cook, RB Smith, DS Chapman, ...
Geophysics 43 (7), 1515-1542, 1978
An Appalachian isochron: a kaolinized Carboniferous air-fall volcanic-ash deposit (tonstein)
PC Lyons, WF Outerbridge, DM Triplehorn, HT Evans Jr, RD Congdon, ...
Geological Society of America Bulletin 104 (11), 1515-1527, 1992
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