Michael J. Farner
Michael J. Farner
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Mafic–felsic magma mixing limited by reactive processes: a case study of biotite-rich rinds on mafic enclaves
MJ Farner, CTA Lee, KD Putirka
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 393, 49-59, 2014
772014
Effects of crustal thickness on magmatic differentiation in subduction zone volcanism: a global study
MJ Farner, CTA Lee
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 470, 96-107, 2017
702017
Field and model constraints on silicic melt segregation by compaction/hindered settling: The role of water and its effect on latent heat release
CTA Lee, DLAM MorTon, MJ FArner, P MoiTrA
American Mineralogist 100 (8-9), 1762-1777, 2015
522015
Kinematics of the west-central Walker Lane: Spatially and temporally variable rotations evident in the Late Miocene Stanislaus Group
CW Carlson, CJ Pluhar, JMG Glen, MJ Farner
Geosphere 9 (6), 1530-1551, 2013
202013
Geochemical signals of mafic-felsic mixing: Case study of enclave swarms in the Bernasconi Hills pluton, California
MJ Farner, CTA Lee, ML Mikus
GSA Bulletin 130 (3-4), 649-660, 2018
62018
Ge/Si partitioning in igneous systems: Constraints from laser ablation ICP‐MS measurements on natural samples
D He, CTA Lee, X Yu, M Farner
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 20 (10), 4472-4486, 2019
22019
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CTA Lee, DM Morton, MJ Farner, P Moitra
22001
Changes in Central Walker Lane strain accommodation near Bridgeport, California, as told by the Stanislaus Group
CW Carlson
12012
Paleomagnetism, geochronology, and geochemistry of the type section of the Stanislaus Group: Reference parameters from the stable Sierra Nevada microplate, CA
MJ Farner, CJ Pluhar, R Asami, KD Putirka, C Busby, PR Renne
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2012, GP21A-1141, 2012
12012
Comparison of geologically-averaged paleomagnetic and" instantaneous" GPS rotation data in the West-Central Walker Lane
MJ Farner, CJ Pluhar, CW Carlson
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2011, T23D-2422, 2011
12011
Using computer-aided image processing to estimate chemical composition of igneous rocks: A potential tool for large-scale compositional mapping
J Zhang, CTA Lee, M Farner
Solid Earth Sciences 6 (1), 12-26, 2021
2021
Examination of magmatic differentiation processes in the formation of intermediate and silicic composition magmas: constraints from regional and global geochemical systematics
MJ Farner
2017
Magmatic and Tectonic Influences on Elemental Cycling and Earth's Climate and Oxidation State Posters
M Farner, R McKenzie, M Torres
2016 AGU Fall Meeting, 2016
2016
A Late-Stage Origin for Alkali Feldspar in Granitic Rocks
M Farner, CT Lee
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2016, V11B-2781, 2016
2016
Feedback between deglaciation and volcanism in arc settings: the example of the Mount Mazama volcanic system, Crater Lake, Oregon
CB Begeman, M Farner, T Keller, F Lanza, G Siravo, HM Gonnermann, ...
2015 AGU Fall Meeting, 2015
2015
Feedback between deglaciation and volcanism in arc settings: the example of the Mount Mazama volcanic system, Crater Lake, Oregon
C Branecky, MJ Farner, T Keller, F Lanza, G Siravo, HM Gonnermann, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2015, V53A-3128, 2015
2015
Compositional control on volcanic arc elevation and implications for magmatic differentiation
MJ Farner, CT Lee
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2015, V51G-3110, 2015
2015
The origin of andesites and continental crust driven by crystal fractionation: insights from global Zr and P systematics and mafic enclaves
C Lee, O Bachmann, MJ Farner
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2013, V12A-08, 2013
2013
Post-middle miocene tuffs of Bodie Hills and mono basin, California: paleomagnetic reference directions and vertical axis rotation
JR Lindeman, CJ Pluhar, M Farner
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2013, GP41A-1113, 2013
2013
Correlation and analysis of Miocene paleochannels in the central Sierra Nevada, California, as displayed by the Stanislaus Group
S Jones, CJ Pluhar, MJ Farner, AL Deino
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2013, GP41A-1109, 2013
2013
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