Publications by: T.H. Bell

Also publishes as (Tim H. Bell, Tim Bell)

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Bell, T.H., and Fay, C. (2016) Holistic microstructural techniques reveal synchronous to alternating development of andalusite and staurolite during 3 tectonic events resulted from shifting partitioning of growth vs deformation. Lithos, 262. pp. 699-712.

Aerden, D.G.A.M., Bell, T.H., Puga, E., Sayab, M., Lozano, J.A., and Diaz de Federico, A. (2013) Multi-stage mountain building vs. relative plate motions in the Betic Cordillera deduced from integrated microstructural and petrological analysis of porphyroblast inclusion trails. Tectonophysics, 587. pp. 188-206.

Bell, T.H., Rieuwers, M.T., Cihan, M., Evans, T.P., Ham, A.P., and Welch, P.W. (2013) Inter-relationships between deformation partitioning, metamorphism and tectonism. Tectonophysics, 587. pp. 119-132.

Shah, A.A., and Bell, T.H. (2012) Ninety million years of orogenesis, 250 million years of quiescence and further orogenesis with no change in PT: significance for the role of deformation in porphyroblast growth. Journal of Earth System Science, 121 (6). pp. 1365-1399.

Bell, T.H., and Sapkota, J. (2012) Episodic gravitational collapse and migration of the mountain chain during orogenic roll-on in the Himalayas. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 30 (7). pp. 651-666.

Abu Sharib, A.S.A.A., and Bell, T.H. (2011) Radical changes in bulk shortening directions during orogenesis: significance for progressive development of regional folds and thrusts. Precambrian Research, 188 (1-4). pp. 1-20.

Bell, T.H., and Sanislav, I.V. (2011) A deformation partitioning approach to resolving the sequence of fold events and the orientations in which they formed across multiply deformed large-scale regions. Journal of Structural Geology, 33 (7). pp. 1206-1217.

Sanislav, I.V., and Bell, T.H. (2011) The inter-relationships between long-lived metamorphism, pluton emplacement and changes in the direction of bulk shortening during orogenesis. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 29 (5). pp. 513-536.

Shah, Afroz Ahmad, and Bell, Tim (2011) Isograd migration with time during orogenesis: multiple episodic growth of same phase porphyroblasts during prograde metamorphism. Journal of the Virtual Explorer, 37. pp. 1-33.

Bell, T.H. (2010) Deformation partitioning, foliation successions and their significance for orogenesis: hiding lengthy deformation histories in mylonites. In: Law, R.D., Butler, R.W.H., Holdsworth, R.E., Krabbendam , M., and Strachan, R.A., (eds.) Continental Tectonics and Mountain Building: The Legacy of Peach and Horne. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 335 . Geological Society of London, Piccadilly, London, UK, pp. 275-292.

Bell, T.H., and Hobbs, B.E. (2010) Foliations and shear sense: a modern approach to an old problem. Journal of the Geological Society of India, 75 (1). pp. 137-151.

Fay, C., Bell, T.H., and Hobbs, B.E. (2008) Porphyroblast rotation versus nonrotation: conflict resolution. Geology (Boulder), 36 (4). pp. 307-310.

Bell, T.H., and Bruce, M.D. (2007) Progressive deformation partitioning and deformation history: evidence from millipede structures. Journal of Structural Geology, 29 (1). pp. 18-35.

Bell, T.H., and Bruce, M.D. (2006) The internal inclusion trail geometries preserved within a first phase of porphyroblast growth. Journal of Structural Geology, 28 (2). pp. 236-252.

Bell, T.H., and Newman, R. (2006) Appalachian orogenesis: the role of repeated gravitational collapse. Geological Society of America Special Papers, 414. pp. 95-118.

Kim, Hyeong Soo, and Bell, Tim H. (2005) Multiple foliations defined by different sillimanite crystal habits, partial melting and the late metamorphic development of the Cannington Ag-Pb-Zn deposit, Northeast Australia. Gondwana Research, 8 (4). pp. 493-509.

Kim, Hyeong Soo, and Bell, Tim H. (2005) Combining compositional zoning and foliation intersection axes (FIAs) in garnet to quantitatively determine early P-T-t paths in multiply deformed and metamorphosed schists: north central Massachusetts, USA. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 149 (2). pp. 141-163.

Bell, T.H., Ham, A.P., Hayward, N., and Hickey, K.A. (2005) On the development of gneiss domes. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 52 (2). pp. 183-204.

Yeh, M.-W., and Bell, T.H. (2004) Significance of dextral reactivation of an E-W transfer fault in the formation of the Pennsylvania orocline, central Appalachians. Tectonics, 23 (5009). pp. 1-17.

Bell, Tim H., and Kim, Hyeong Soo (2004) Preservation of Acadian deformation and metamorphism through intense Alleghanian shearing. Journal of Structural Geology, 26 (9). pp. 1591-1613.

Bell, T.H., Ham, A.P., and Kim, H.S. (2004) Partitioning of deformation along an orogen and its effects on porphyroblast growth during orogenesis. Journal of Structural Geology, 26 (5). pp. 825-845.

Ham, A.P., and Bell, T.H. (2004) Recycling of foliatons during folding. Journal of Structural Geology, 26 (11). pp. 1989-2009.

Bell, T. H., Ham, A.P., and Hickey, K.A. (2003) Early formed regional antiforms and synforms that fold younger matrix schistosities: their effect on sites of mineral growth. Tectonophysics, 367 (3-4). pp. 253-278.

Bell, T.H., and Welch, P.W. (2002) Prolonged Acadian orogenesis: revelations from foliation intersection axis (FIA) controlled monazite dating of foliations in porphyroblasts and matrix. American Journal of Science, 302 (7). pp. 549-581.

Bell, T.H., and Chen, A. (2002) The development of spiral-shaped inclusion trails during multiple metamorphism and folding. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 20 (4). pp. 397-412.

Hickey, K.A., and Bell, T.H. (2001) Resolving complexities associated with the timing of macroscopic folds in multiply deformed terrains: The Spring Hill synform, Vermont. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 113 (10). pp. 1282-1298.

Perkins, W.G., and Bell, T.H. (1998) Stratiform replacement lead-zinc deposits: a comparison between Mount Isa, Hilton, and McArthur River. Economic Geology, 93 (8). pp. 1190-1212.

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