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Jamie Wilkinson
Jamie Wilkinson
Research Leader, Natural History Museum, and Professor of Geology, Imperial College London
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Fluid inclusions in hydrothermal ore deposits
JJ Wilkinson
Lithos 55 (1), 229-272, 2001
13242001
Triggers for the formation of porphyry ore deposits in magmatic arcs
JJ Wilkinson
Nature Geoscience 6 (11), 917-925, 2013
4632013
Zn and Cu isotopic variability in the Alexandrinka volcanic-hosted massive sulphide (VHMS) ore deposit, Urals, Russia
TFD Mason, DJ Weiss, JB Chapman, JJ Wilkinson, SG Tessalina, B Spiro, ...
Chemical Geology 221 (3-4), 170-187, 2005
2712005
The chlorite proximitor: A new tool for detecting porphyry ore deposits
JJ Wilkinson, Z Chang, DR Cooke, MJ Baker, CC Wilkinson, S Inglis, ...
Journal of Geochemical Exploration 152, 10-26, 2015
2282015
Anomalously metal-rich fluids form hydrothermal ore deposits
JJ Wilkinson, B Stoffell, CC Wilkinson, TE Jeffries, MS Appold
Science 323 (5915), 764-767, 2009
2072009
Pressure fluctuations, phase separation, and gold precipitation during seismic fracture propagation
JJ Wilkinson, JD Johnston
Geology 24 (5), 395-398, 1996
1981996
The effect of titanite crystallisation on Eu and Ce anomalies in zircon and its implications for the assessment of porphyry Cu deposit fertility
MA Loader, JJ Wilkinson, RN Armstrong
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 472, 107-119, 2017
1942017
Ore-forming processes in Irish-type carbonate-hosted Zn-Pb deposits: Evidence from mineralogy, chemistry, and isotopic composition of sulfides at the Lisheen mine
JJ Wilkinson, SL Eyre, AJ Boyce
Economic Geology 100 (1), 63-86, 2005
1942005
Geochemistry of Porphyry Deposits
DR Cooke, P Hollings, JJ Wilkinson, RM Tosdal
Treatise on Geochemistry, 2014
1902014
Zinc isotope variation in hydrothermal systems: Preliminary evidence from the Irish Midlands ore field
JJ Wilkinson, DJ Weiss, TFD Mason, BJ Coles
Economic Geology 100 (3), 583-590, 2005
1862005
Chemical separation and isotopic variations of Cu and Zn from five geological reference materials
JB Chapman, TFD Mason, DJ Weiss, BJ Coles, JJ Wilkinson
Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research 30 (1), 5-16, 2006
1772006
Colloidal gold and silica in mesothermal vein systems
RJ Herrington, JJ Wilkinson
Geology 21 (6), 539-542, 1993
1561993
Atmospheric deposition and isotope biogeochemistry of zinc in ombrotrophic peat
DJ Weiss, N Rausch, TFD Mason, BJ Coles, JJ Wilkinson, ...
Geochimica et cosmochimica acta 71 (14), 3498-3517, 2007
1522007
Geochemistry and evolution of Mississippi Valley-type mineralizing brines from the Tri-State and Northern Arkansas districts determined by LA-ICP-MS microanalysis of fluid …
B Stoffell, MS Appold, JJ Wilkinson, NA McClean, TE Jeffries
Economic Geology 103 (7), 1411-1435, 2008
1412008
Multistage intrusion, brecciation, and veining at El Teniente, Chile: Evolution of a nested porphyry system
VH Vry, JJ Wilkinson, J Seguel, J Millán
Economic Geology 105 (1), 119-153, 2010
1382010
A review of fluid inclusion constraints on mineralization in the Irish ore field and implications for the genesis of sediment-hosted Zn-Pb deposits
JJ Wilkinson
Economic Geology 105 (2), 417-442, 2010
1302010
Geological characteristics, tectonic setting and preliminary interpretations of the Jilau gold–quartz vein deposit, Tajikistan
A Cole, JJ Wilkinson, C Halls, TJ Serenko
Mineralium Deposita 35, 600-618, 2000
1052000
Zinc Isotopes in sphalerite from base metal deposits in the Red Dog district, Northern Alaska
KD Kelley, JJ Wilkinson, JB Chapman, HL Crowther, DJ Weiss
Economic Geology 104 (6), 767-773, 2009
1042009
On diagenesis, dolomitisation and mineralisation in the Irish Zn-Pb orefield
JJ Wilkinson
Mineralium Deposita 38, 968-983, 2003
1032003
Fracture-controlled fluid flow in the lower Palaeozoic basement rocks of Ireland: Implications for the genesis of Irish-type Zn-Pb deposits
CE Everett, JJ Wilkinson, DM Rye
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 155 (1), 247-276, 1999
1001999
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