Thomas Stachel
Thomas Stachel
Professor of Geology and Canada Research Chair in Diamonds, University of Alberta
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The origin of cratonic diamonds—constraints from mineral inclusions
T Stachel, JW Harris
Ore Geology Reviews 34 (1-2), 5-32, 2008
3962008
Kankan diamonds (Guinea) II: lower mantle inclusion parageneses
T Stachel, JW Harris, GP Brey, W Joswig
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 140 (1), 16-27, 2000
2262000
Metasomatic processes in lherzolitic and harzburgitic domains of diamondiferous lithospheric mantle: REE in garnets from xenoliths and inclusions in diamonds
T Stachel, KS Viljoen, G Brey, JW Harris
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 159 (1-2), 1-12, 1998
1961998
The trace element composition of silicate inclusions in diamonds: a review
T Stachel, S Aulbach, GP Brey, JW Harris, I Leost, R Tappert, KSF Viljoen
Lithos 77 (1-4), 1-19, 2004
1882004
Inclusions in sublithospheric diamonds: glimpses of deep Earth
T Stachel, GP Brey, JW Harris
Elements 1 (2), 73-78, 2005
1762005
Diamonds from the asthenosphere and the transition zone
T Stachel
European Journal of Mineralogy 13 (5), 883-892, 2001
1652001
Kankan diamonds (Guinea) I: from the lithosphere down to the transition zone
T Stachel, GP Brey, JW Harris
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 140 (1), 1-15, 2000
1652000
Rare and unusual mineral inclusions in diamonds from Mwadui, Tanzania
T Stachel, JW Harris, GP Brey
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 132 (1), 34-47, 1998
1651998
Diamond precipitation and mantle metasomatism–evidence from the trace element chemistry of silicate inclusions in diamonds from Akwatia, Ghana
T Stachel, JW Harris
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 129 (2-3), 143-154, 1997
1311997
Sources of carbon in inclusion bearing diamonds
T Stachel, JW Harris, K Muehlenbachs
Lithos 112, 625-637, 2009
1262009
Diamond formation—Where, when and how?
T Stachel, RW Luth
Lithos 220, 200-220, 2015
1112015
Oxidation of the Kaapvaal lithospheric mantle driven by metasomatism
S Creighton, T Stachel, S Matveev, H Höfer, C McCammon, RW Luth
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 157 (4), 491, 2009
1112009
New Ca-silicate inclusions in diamonds—tracers from the lower mantle
W Joswig, T Stachel, JW Harris, WH Baur, GP Brey
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 173 (1-2), 1-6, 1999
1091999
Subducting oceanic crust: The source of deep diamonds
R Tappert, T Stachel, JW Harris, K Muehlenbachs, T Ludwig, GP Brey
Geology 33 (7), 565-568, 2005
1032005
Syngenetic inclusions in diamond from the Birim field (Ghana)–a deep peridotitic profile with a history of depletion and re-enrichment
T Stachel, JW Harris
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 127 (4), 336-352, 1997
981997
Formation of diamond in the Earth’s mantle
T Stachel, JW Harris
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 21 (36), 364206, 2009
962009
Eclogitic and websteritic diamond sources beneath the Limpopo Belt–is slab-melting the link?
S Aulbach, T Stachel, SK Viljoen, GP Brey, JW Harris
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 143 (1), 56-70, 2002
902002
Diamonds from Jagersfontein (South Africa): messengers from the sublithospheric mantle
R Tappert, T Stachel, JW Harris, K Muehlenbachs, T Ludwig, GP Brey
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 150 (5), 505-522, 2005
882005
Detection of a Ca-rich lithology in the Earth's deep (> 300 km) convecting mantle
FE Brenker, L Vincze, B Vekemans, L Nasdala, T Stachel, C Vollmer, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 236 (3-4), 579-587, 2005
862005
Diamond growth from oxidized carbon sources beneath the Northern Slave Craton, Canada: a δ13C–N study of eclogite-hosted diamonds from the Jericho kimberlite
KA Smart, T Chacko, T Stachel, K Muehlenbachs, RA Stern, LM Heaman
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75 (20), 6027-6047, 2011
842011
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