|Hugh P. Taylor, Jr.|
Robert P. Sharp Professor of Geology
Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences
|The Taylor Group | Current Stable Isotope Research | Research Facilities | Links|
|Chemical petrology of igneous and metamorphic rocks using the stable isotopes of Oxygen and Hydrogen|
|The Taylor Group|
Elizabeth Holt (Geochemistry)
(and Occasional Visitors)
» Greg Holk
|Current Stable Isotope Research Abstracts|
Extremely short-lived fumarolic hydrothermal systems in the Bishop Tuff
Elizabeth Holt and Hugh P. Taylor, Jr.
Eclogitic residues from beneath the Sierra Nevada batholith, Similarities between granitoid extraction in Cordilleran and Archean settings
Mihai Ducea, Jason Saleeby, and Hugh P. Taylor, Jr.
Oxygen- and radiogenic-isotope relationships in Mesozoic and Cenozoic granitoids of the northeastern Great Basin, Nevada and Utah
Edwin Schauble, Hugh P. Taylor, Jr., and James E. Wright
After sample oxygen is extracted, purified, and converted
to CO2, its 18O/16O ratio is measured
with the Finnigan MAT 252 gas-source mass spectrometer in 07 N. Mudd.