Thomas Blenkinsop
Thomas Blenkinsop
Professor, School of earth and Ocean Science, Cardiff University
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Coeval large-scale magmatism in the Kalahari and Laurentian cratons during Rodinia assembly
RE Hanson, JL Crowley, SA Bowring, J Ramezani, WA Gose, IWD Dalziel, ...
Science 304 (5674), 1126-1129, 2004
High CO2 content of fluid inclusions in gold mineralisations in the Ashanti Belt, Ghana: a new category of ore forming fluids?
AS Mumm, T Oberthür, U Vetter, TG Blenkinsop
Mineralium Deposita 32 (2), 107-118, 1997
Precise U–Pb mineral ages, Rb–Sr and Sm–Nd systematics for the Great Dyke, Zimbabwe—constraints on late Archean events in the Zimbabwe craton and Limpopo belt
T Oberthür, DW Davis, TG Blenkinsop, A Höhndorf
Precambrian Research 113 (3-4), 293-305, 2002
Definition of low‐grade metamorphic zones using illite crystallinity
TG Blenkinsop
Journal of Metamorphic Geology 6 (5), 623-636, 1988
Mesoproterozoic intraplate magmatism in the Kalahari Craton: a review
RE Hanson, RE Harmer, TG Blenkinsop, DS Bullen, IWD Dalziel, ...
Journal of African Earth Sciences 46 (1-2), 141-167, 2006
Proterozoic transpressive deformation in the northern marginal zone, Limpopo belt, Zimbabwe
BS Kamber, TG Blenkinsop, IM Villa, PS Dahl
The Journal of Geology 103 (5), 493-508, 1995
Combining fractal analysis of mineral deposit clustering with weights of evidence to evaluate patterns of mineralization: application to copper deposits of the Mount Isa Inlier …
A Ford, TG Blenkinsop
Ore Geology Reviews 33 (3-4), 435-450, 2008
The magmatic, metamorphic and tectonic evolution of the Northern Marginal Zone of the Limpopo Belt in Zimbabwe
H Rollinson, T Blenkinsop
Journal of the Geological Society 152 (1), 65-75, 1995
The Ashanti gold mine at Obuasi, Ghana: Mineralogical, geochemical, stable isotope and fluid inclusion studies on the metallogenesis of the deposit
T Oberthur
Geol. Jahrb, 31-129, 1994
Relationships between faults, extension fractures and veins, and stress
TG Blenkinsop
Journal of Structural Geology 30 (5), 622-632, 2008
Controls on post-Gondwana alkaline volcanism in Southern Africa
A Moore, T Blenkinsop
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 268 (1-2), 151-164, 2008
Cataclastic deformation of quartzite in the Moine thrust zone
TG Blenkinsop, EH Rutter
Journal of Structural Geology 8 (6), 669-681, 1986
Structural geology of the Ashanti gold mine
T Blenkinsop, A Schmidt Mumm, R Kumi, S Sangmor
Geologisches Jahrbuch D 100, 131-153, 1994
The fractal distribution of gold deposits: two examples from the Zimbabwe Archaean Craton
T Blenkinsop
Fractals and Dynamic Systems in Geoscience, 247-258, 1994
The Malaŵi earthquake of March 10, 1989: Deep faulting within the East African rift system
J Jackson, T Blenkinsop
Tectonics 12 (5), 1131-1139, 1993
Tectonic evolution of the Zambezi orogenic belt: geochronological, structural, and petrological constraints from northern Zimbabwe
US Hargrove, RE Hanson, MW Martin, TG Blenkinsop, SA Bowring, ...
Precambrian Research 123 (2-4), 159-186, 2003
Granite‐related overpressure and volatile release in the mid crust: fluidized breccias from the Cloncurry District, Australia
NHS Oliver, MJ Rubenach, B Fu, T Baker, TG Blenkinsop, JS Cleverley, ...
Geofluids 6 (4), 346-358, 2006
The geology of the east Albany-Fraser Orogen—a field guide
CV Spaggiari, CL Kirkland, MJ Pawley, RH Smithies, MTD Wingate, ...
Geological Survey of Western Australia, Record 23, 97, 2011
Archean and Proterozoic mineralization and tectonics at the Renco Mine (northern marginal zone, Limpopo Belt, Zimbabwe)
TG Blenkinsop, R Frei
Economic Geology 91 (7), 1225-1238, 1996
Geochronology of the late Archaean Razi and Chilimanzi suites of granites in Zimbabwe: implications for the late Archaean tectonics of the Limpopo Belt and Zimbabwe Craton
R Frei, TG Blenkinsop, R Schönberg
South African Journal of Geology 102 (1), 55-63, 1999
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