John W Shervais
John W Shervais
Professor of Geoscience, Utah State University
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Ti-V plots and the petrogenesis of modern and ophiolitic lavas
JW Shervais
Earth and planetary science letters 59 (1), 101-118, 1982
23491982
Birth, death, and resurrection: The life cycle of suprasubduction zone ophiolites
JW Shervais
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 2 (1), 2001
5082001
Al–augite and Cr–diopside ultramafic xenoliths in basaltic rocks from western United States
HG Wilshire, JW Shervais
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 257-272, 1975
3301975
Suprasubduction-zone ophiolites: Is there really an ophiolite conundrum?
RV Metcalf, JW Shervais
Special Papers-Geological Society of America 438, 191, 2008
1932008
The volcanic‐tectonic cycle of the FAMOUS and AMAR Valleys, Mid‐Atlantic Ridge (36° 47′ N): Evidence from basalt glass and phenocryst compositional variations for a steady …
DS Stakes, JW Shervais, CA Hopson
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 89 (B8), 6995-7028, 1984
1681984
Supra-subduction and abyssal mantle peridotites of the Coast Range ophiolite, California
SH Choi, JW Shervais, SB Mukasa
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 156 (5), 551, 2008
1602008
Mafic and ultramafic xenoliths from volcanic rocks of the western United States
HG Wilshire, CE Meyer, JK Nakata, LC Calk, JW Shervais, JE Nielson, ...
U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1443, 179 pp., 1988
1481988
Multi-stage origin of the Coast Range ophiolite, California: implications for the life cycle of supra-subduction zone ophiolites
JW Shervais, DL Kimbrough, P Renne, BB Hanan, B Murchey, CA Snow, ...
International Geology Review 46 (4), 289-315, 2004
1272004
Geochemical evidence for the tectonic setting of the Coast Range ophiolite: A composite island arc–oceanic crust terrane in western California
JW Shervais, DL Kimbrough
Geology 13 (1), 35-38, 1985
1271985
Pre-4.2 AE mare-basalt volcanism in the lunar highlands
LA Taylor, JW Shervais, RH Hunter, CY Shih, BM Bansal, J Wooden, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 66, 33-47, 1983
1111983
Early Proterozoic oceanic crust and the evolution of subcontinental mantle: Eclogites and related rocks from southern Africa
JW Shervais, LA Taylor, GW Lugmair, RN Clayton, TK Mayeda, ...
Geological Society of America Bulletin 100 (3), 411-423, 1988
1081988
Layered mafic sill complex beneath the eastern Snake River Plain: Evidence from cyclic geochemical variations in basalt
JW Shervais, SK Vetter, BB Hanan
Geology 34 (5), 365-368, 2006
1062006
Thermal emplacement model for the Alpine lherzolite massif at Balmuccia, Italy
JW SHERVAIS
Journal of Petrology 20 (4), 795-820, 1979
1001979
Radioisotopic and biostratigraphic age relations in the Coast Range Ophiolite, northern California: Implications for the tectonic evolution of the Western Cordillera
JW Shervais, BL Murchey, DL Kimbrough, PR Renne, B Hanan
Geological Society of America Bulletin 117 (5-6), 633-653, 2005
852005
Intrinsic Nd, Pb, and Sr isotopic heterogeneities exhibited by the Lherz alpine peridotite massif, French Pyrenees
SB Mukasa, JW Shervais, HG Wilshire, JE Nielson
Journal of Petrology, 117-134, 1991
841991
Island arc and ocean crust ophiolites: contrasts in the petrology, geochemistry and tectonic style of ophiolite assemblages in the California Coast Ranges
JW Shervais
Troodos 1987. Symposium, 507-520, 1990
841990
Yellowstone plume–continental lithosphere interaction beneath the Snake River Plain
BB Hanan, JW Shervais, SK Vetter
Geology 36 (1), 51-54, 2008
832008
The Balmuccia orogenic lherzolite massif, Italy
JW Shervais, SB Mukasa
Journal of Petrology, 155-174, 1991
811991
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
792017
Lithospheric topography, tilted plumes, and the track of the Snake River–Yellowstone hot spot
JW Shervais, BB Hanan
Tectonics 27 (5), 2008
792008
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