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Department of Earth Environmental and Geospatial Sciences

Gautam Sen

Books

  • 2014 “Petrology: Principles & Processes”, 368 pp., Springer (pub.)
  • 2011 “Topics in Igneous Petrology”, 360 pp., Springer (pub.),  [I am one of the three editors of this volume]
  • 2001 "Earth Materials: Minerals & Rocks", 560 pp. Prentice-Hall. [This is a textbook for 3rd and 4th year undergraduates]

Journals & Book Chapters

  • 2013 Plagioclase as Recorder of Magma Chamber Processes in the Deccan Traps: Sr-isotope Zoning and Implications for Deccan Eruptive Event: Journal of Asian Earth Sci., Sp. Volume dedicated to the memory of John Mahoney (in press) [M. R. Borges, G. Sen, G.L. Hart, J.A. Wolff, D. Chandrasekharam]
  • 2013 Eruption of the Grande Ronde Basalt Lavas, Columbia River Basalt Group: Results of Numerical Modeling: in The Columbia River Flood Basalt Province: Geological Society of America Special Paper 497 [SP Reidel et al., editors], 259-272 [S. Rodriguez and G.Sen].
  • 2012 Petrological geodynamic modeling of mid-ocean ridges: Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 190–191, 51–70. [M. Tirone, G. Sen, J. Phipps-Morgan]
  • 2011 Nanohardness and Young’s modulus of nanopolycrystalline diamond: Scripta Materialia 64, 1019–1022 [H. Couvy, D. Lahiri, J. Chen, A. Agarwal, and G. Sen.]
  • 2011 A radiogenic Os Component in the Oceanic Lithosphere? Constraints from Hawaiian Pyroxenite Xenoliths: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75, 4899–4916 [I.S. Sen, M. Bizimis, G. Sen, S. Huang.]
  • 2010 Deccan Traps Flood Basalt Province: An evaluation of the thermochemical plume model: In “Topics in Igneous Petrolgy” (edited by J. Ray, G.Sen, & B. Ghosh), Chapter 2, p. 29-53. [G. Sen and D. Chandrasekharam]
  • 2010 Geochemistry of sulfides in Hawaiian garnet pyroxenite xenoliths: implications for highly siderophile elements in the oceanic mantle: Chemical Geology doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2010.02.021 [Sen, I.S., Bizimis, M., Sen, G.]

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