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Trevor Falloon
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Classification, petrogenesis and tectonic setting of boninites
AJ Crawford, TJ Falloon, DH Green
Boninites and related rocks 1, 1-49, 1989
9791989
Anhydrous partial melting of a fertile and depleted peridotite from 2 to 30 kb and application to basalt petrogenesis
TJ Falloon, DH Green, CJ Hatton, KL Harris
Journal of Petrology 29 (6), 1257-1282, 1988
4641988
Melting of Refractory Mantle at 1·5, 2 and 2·5 GPa under Anhydrous and H2O-undersaturated Conditions: Implications for the Petrogenesis of High-Ca Boninites …
TJ FALLOON, LV DANYUSHEVSKY
Journal of Petrology 41 (2), 257-283, 2000
4252000
The origin of island arc high-alumina basalts
AJ Crawford, TJ Falloon, S Eggins
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 97, 417-430, 1987
3331987
Anhydrous partial melting of peridotite from 8 to 35 kb and the petrogenesis of MORB
TJ Falloon, DH Green
Journal of Petrology, 379-414, 1988
2751988
Anhydrous partial melting of MORB pyrolite and other peridotite compositions at 10 kbar: implications for the origin of primitive MORB glasses
TJ Falloon, DH Green
Mineralogy and Petrology 37 (3-4), 181-219, 1987
2461987
The solidus of carbonated, fertile peridotite
TJ Falloon, DH Green
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 94 (3-4), 364-370, 1989
2441989
The petrogenesis of high-calcium boninite lavas dredged from the northern Tonga ridge
TJ Falloon, AJ Crawford
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 102 (3-4), 375-394, 1991
2221991
H2O Abundance in Depleted to Moderately Enriched Mid-ocean Ridge Magmas; Part I: Incompatible Behaviour, Implications for Mantle Storage, and Origin of …
LV DANYUSHEVSKY, SM EGGINS, TJ FALLOON, DM CHRISTIE
Journal of Petrology 41 (8), 1329-1364, 2000
2182000
Sodium partitioning between clinopyroxene and silicate melts
JD Blundy, TJ Falloon, BJ Wood, JA Dalton
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100 (B8), 15501-15515, 1995
2181995
Primary magmas and mantle temperatures
DH Green, TJ Falloon, SM Eggins, GM Yaxley
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MINERALOGY-STUTTGART- 13 (3), 437-452, 2001
1862001
Melt inclusions in olivine phenocrysts: using diffusive re-equilibration to determine the cooling history of a crystal, with implications for the origin of olivine-phyric …
LV Danyushevsky, S Sokolov, TJ Falloon
Journal of Petrology 43 (9), 1651-1671, 2002
1762002
Boninites and adakites from the northern termination of the Tonga Trench: implications for adakite petrogenesis
TJ Falloon, LV Danyushevsky, AJ Crawford, S Meffre, JD Woodhead, ...
Journal of Petrology 49 (4), 697-715, 2008
1752008
The H2O content of basalt glasses from southwest Pacific back-arc basins
LV Danyushevsky, TJ Falloon, AV Sobolev, AJ Crawford, M Carroll, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 117 (3-4), 347-362, 1993
1741993
Experimental study of the influence of water on melting and phase assemblages in the upper mantle
DH Green, WO Hibberson, A Rosenthal, I Kovács, GM Yaxley, TJ Falloon, ...
Journal of Petrology 55 (10), 2067-2096, 2014
1682014
Peridotite melting at 1.0 and 1.5 GPa: an experimental evaluation of techniques using diamond aggregates and mineral mixes for determination of near-solidus melts
TJ Falloon, DH Green, LV Danyushevsky, UH Faul
Journal of Petrology 40 (9), 1343-1375, 1999
1661999
Mantle-derived magmas-roles of variable source peridotite and variable CHO fluid compositions
DH Green, TJ Falloon, WR Taylor
Magmatic processes: physicochemical principles 1, 139-154, 1987
1531987
Solidus of carbonated fertile peridotite under fluid-saturated conditions
TJ Falloon, DH Green
Geology 18 (3), 195-199, 1990
1511990
Experimental tests of low degree peridotite partial melt compositions: implications for the nature of anhydrous near-solidus peridotite melts at 1 GPa
TJ Falloon, DH Green, HSC O'Neill, WO Hibberson
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 152 (1-4), 149-162, 1997
1471997
Primary magmas at mid-ocean ridges,“hotspots,” and other intraplate settings: Constraints on mantle potential temperature
DH Green, TJ Falloon
1382005
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