Joseph M. Pyle, Ph.D.

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2001 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, United States 
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Geochemistry
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Frank S. Spear grad student 2001 RPI
 (Distribution of select trace elements in pelitic metamorphic rocks: Pressure, temperature, mineral assemblage, and reaction-history controls.)
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Spear FS, Pyle JM. (2010) Theoretical modeling of monazite growth in a low-Ca metapelite Chemical Geology. 273: 111-119
Spear FS, Hallett B, Pyle JM, et al. (2009) MetPetDB: A database for metamorphic geochemistry Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 10
Spear FS, Pyle JM, Cherniak D. (2009) Limitations of chemical dating of monazite Chemical Geology. 266: 227-239
Spear FS, Cheney JT, Pyle JM, et al. (2008) Monazite geochronology in central New England: Evidence for a fundamental terrane boundary Journal of Metamorphic Geology. 26: 317-329
Cherniak DJ, Pyle JM. (2008) Th diffusion in monazite Chemical Geology. 256: 52-61
Daniel CG, Pyle JM. (2006) Monazite-Xenotime thermochronometry and Al2SiO5 reaction textures in the Picuris range, Northern New Mexico, USA: New evidence for a 1450-1400 Ma orogenic event Journal of Petrology. 47: 97-118
Pyle JM. (2006) Temperature-time paths from phosphate accessory phase paragenesis in the Honey Brook Upland and associated cover sequence, SE Pennsylvania, USA Lithos. 88: 201-232
Pyle JM, Baldwin JA. (2006) Compositional variation in accessory phases: A multi-faceted petrogenetic indicator Lithos. 88
Pyle JM, Spear FS, Cheney JT, et al. (2005) Monazite ages in the Chesham Pond Nappe, SW New Hampshire, U.S.A.: Implications for assembly of central New England thrust sheets American Mineralogist. 90: 592-606
Pyle JM, Spear FS, Wark DA, et al. (2005) Contributions to precision and accuracy of monazite microprobe ages American Mineralogist. 90: 547-577
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