Ian S. E. Carmichael

Geology University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
"Ian Stuart Edward Carmichael"

(1930 - 2011)
Born in London, England, on March 29, 1930, Carmichael attended boarding school until age 17, when he was enrolled at a co-ed school in Connecticut. During the next year and a half, he traveled to Cuba, the Colorado School of Mines, and back to England, where he joined the British army.

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George Patrick Leonard Walker grad student 1962 Imperial College London (Geotree)
 (Volcanic geology of Thingmuli, eastern Iceland.)


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Jonathan Stebbins grad student UC Berkeley
Bruce David Marsh grad student 1975 UC Berkeley (Fluid Dynamics and Combustion Tree)
Gail A. Mahood grad student 1980 UC Berkeley (Anthropology Tree)
Gordon M Moore grad student 1989-1997 UC Berkeley (Geotree)
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Frey HM, Lange RA, Hall CM, et al. (2007) A Pliocene ignimbrite flare-up along the Tepic-Zacoalco rift: Evidence for the initial stages of rifting between the Jalisco block (Mexico) and North America Geological Society of America Bulletin. 119: 49-64
Blatter DL, Farmer GL, Carmichael ISE. (2007) A North–South Transect across the Central Mexican Volcanic Belt at ∼100°W: Spatial Distribution, Petrological, Geochemical, and Isotopic Characteristics of Quaternary Volcanism Journal of Petrology. 48: 901-950
Carmichael ISE, Lange RA, Hall CM, et al. (2006) Faulted and tilted Pliocene olivine-tholeiite lavas near Alturas, NE California, and their bearing on the uplift of the Warner Range Bulletin of the Geological Society of America. 118: 1196-1211
Carmichael ISE. (2004) The activity of silica, water, and the equilibration of intermediate and silicic magmas American Mineralogist. 89: 1438-1446
Blatter DL, Carmichael ISE, Deino AL, et al. (2001) Neogene volcanism at the front of the Central Mexican volcanic belt: Basaltic andesites to dacites, with contemporaneous shoshonites and high-TiO2 lava Bulletin of the Geological Society of America. 113: 1324-1342
Blatter DL, Carmichael ISE. (2001) Hydrous phase equilibria of a Mexican high-silica andesite: A candidate for a mantle origin? Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta. 65: 4043-4065
Lange RA, Carmichael ISE, Hall CM. (2000) 40Ar/39Ar chronology of the Leucite Hills, Wyoming: eruption rates, erosion rates, and an evolving temperature structure of the underlying mantle Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 174: 329-340
Lange RA, Carmichael ISE, Hall CM. (2000) Erratum to “40Ar/39Ar chronology of the Leucite Hills, Wyoming: eruption rates, erosion rates, and an evolving temperature structure of the underlying mantle” [Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 174 (2000) 329–340]11PII of original article: S0012-821X(99)00267-8 Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 178: 427-427
Wallace PJ, Carmichael ISE. (1999) Quaternary volcanism near the Valley of Mexico: Implications for subduction zone magmatism and the effects of crustal thickness variations on primitive magma compositions Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology. 135: 291-314
Moore G, Vennemann T, Carmichael ISE. (1998) An empirical model for the solubility of H2O in magmas to 3 kilobars American Mineralogist. 83: 36-42
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