David R Hilton
David R Hilton
Professor of Geochemistry, Scripps Inst. Oceanography, UCSD
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Noble gases and volatile recycling at subduction zones
DR Hilton, TP Fischer, B Marty
Reviews in mineralogy and geochemistry 47 (1), 319-370, 2002
Abiogenic hydrocarbons and mantle helium in oil and gas fields
PD Jenden, IR Kaplan, DR Hilton, H Craig
United States Geological Survey, Professional Paper;(United States) 1570, 1993
How many mantle plumes in Africa? The geochemical point of view
R Pik, B Marty, DR Hilton
Chemical Geology 226 (3), 100-114, 2006
Extreme 3 He/4 He ratios in northwest Iceland: constraining the common component in mantle plumes
DR Hilton, K Grönvold, CG Macpherson, PR Castillo
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 173 (1), 53-60, 1999
Helium isotope characteristics of Andean geothermal fluids and lavas
DR Hilton, K Hammerschmidt, S Teufel, H Friedrichsen
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 120 (3-4), 265-282, 1993
Subduction and recycling of nitrogen along the Central American margin
TP Fischer, DR Hilton, MM Zimmer, AM Shaw, ZD Sharp, JA Walker
Science 297 (5584), 1154-1157, 2002
Helium and argon isotope systematics of the central Lau Basin and Valu Fa Ridge: Evidence of crust/mantle interactions in a back-arc basin
DR Hilton, K Hammerschmidt, G Loock, H Friedrichsen
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 57 (12), 2819-2841, 1993
Contrasting He–C relationships in Nicaragua and Costa Rica: insights into C cycling through subduction zones
AM Shaw, DR Hilton, TP Fischer, JA Walker, GE Alvarado
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 214 (3-4), 499-513, 2003
Effect of shallow-level contamination on the helium isotope systematics of ocean-island lavas
DR Hilton, J Barling, GE Wheller
Nature 373 (6512), 330, 1995
Mapping magma sources in the east Sunda-Banda arcs, Indonesia: constraints from helium isotopes
DR Hilton, JA Hoogewerff, MJ Van Bergen, K Hammerschmidt
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 56 (2), 851-859, 1992
The helium and carbon isotope systematics of a continental geothermal system: results from monitoring studies at Long Valley caldera (California, USA)
DR Hilton
Chemical Geology 127 (4), 269-295, 1996
Hydrogen isotopes in Mariana arc melt inclusions: Implications for subduction dehydration and the deep-Earth water cycle
AM Shaw, EH Hauri, TP Fischer, DR Hilton, KA Kelley
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 275 (1-2), 138-145, 2008
Tracing crustal and slab contributions to arc magmatism in the Lesser Antilles island arc using helium and carbon relationships in geothermal fluids
MC Van Soest, DR Hilton, R Kreulen
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 62 (19), 3323-3335, 1998
Isotopic constraints on the influence of the Icelandic plume
RN Taylor, MF Thirlwall, BJ Murton, DR Hilton, MAM Gee
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 148 (1), E1-E8, 1997
Degassing of mantle-derived CO2 and He from springs in the southern Colorado Plateau region—Neotectonic connections and implications for groundwater systems
LJ Crossey, KE Karlstrom, AE Springer, D Newell, DR Hilton, T Fischer
Geological Society of America Bulletin 121 (7-8), 1034-1053, 2009
Helium isotope variations in Turkey: relationship to tectonics, volcanism and recent seismic activities
N Güleç, DR Hilton, H Mutlu
Chemical Geology 187 (1-2), 129-142, 2002
Dissected hydrologic system at the Grand Canyon: Interaction between deeply derived fluids and plateau aquifer waters in modern springs and travertine
LJ Crossey, TP Fischer, PJ Patchett, KE Karlstrom, DR Hilton, DL Newell, ...
Geology 34 (1), 25-28, 2006
A helium isotope transect along the Indonesian archipelago
DR Hilton, H Craig
Nature 342 (6252), 906, 1989
Southern limit of mantle-derived geothermal helium emissions in Tibet: implications for lithospheric structure
L Hoke, S Lamb, DR Hilton, RJ Poreda
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 180 (3-4), 297-308, 2000
Controls on magmatic degassing along the Reykjanes Ridge with implications for the helium paradox
DR Hilton, MF Thirlwall, RN Taylor, BJ Murton, A Nichols
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 183 (1), 43-50, 2000
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