Keith Bell

Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada 
Geochemistry, Geology
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Li W, Yu H, Xu J, et al. (2020) Barium isotopic composition of the mantle: Constraints from carbonatites Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta. 278: 235-243
Bell K, Zaitsev AN, Spratt J, et al. (2015) Elemental, lead and sulfur isotopic compositions of galena from Kola carbonatites, Russia – implications for melt and mantle evolution Mineralogical Magazine. 79: 219-241
Stoppa F, Rukhlov AS, Bell K, et al. (2014) Lamprophyres of Italy: early Cretaceous alkaline lamprophyres of Southern Tuscany, Italy Lithos. 188: 97-112
Bell K, Lavecchia G, Rosatelli G. (2013) Cenozoic Italian magmatism - Isotope constraints for possible plume-related activity Journal of South American Earth Sciences. 41: 22-40
Farrell S, Bell K, Clark I. (2010) Sulphur isotopes in carbonatites and associated silicate rocks from the Superior Province, Canada Mineralogy and Petrology. 98: 209-226
Ernst RE, Bell K. (2010) Large igneous provinces (LIPs) and carbonatites Mineralogy and Petrology. 98: 55-76
Bell K, Simonetti A. (2010) Source of parental melts to carbonatites-critical isotopic constraints Mineralogy and Petrology. 98: 77-89
Johnson CM, Bell K, Beard BL, et al. (2010) Iron isotope compositions of carbonatites record melt generation, crystallization, and late-stage volatile-transport processes Mineralogy and Petrology. 98: 91-110
Rukhlov AS, Bell K. (2010) Geochronology of carbonatites from the Canadian and Baltic Shields, and the Canadian Cordillera: clues to mantle evolution Mineralogy and Petrology. 98: 11-54
Mirnejad H, Bell K. (2008) Geochemistry Of Crustal Xenoliths From The Hatcher Mesa Lamproite, Wyoming, Usa: Insights Into The Composition Of The Deep Crust And Upper Mantle Beneath The Wyoming Craton Canadian Mineralogist. 46: 583-596
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