Publications by: Mark H. Reed

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Rusk, Brian G., Lowers, Heather A., and Reed, Mark H. (2008) Trace elements in hydrothermal quartz: relationships to cathodoluminescent textures and insights into vein formation. Geology, 36 (7). pp. 547-550.

Rusk, Brian G., Reed, Mark H., and Dilles, John H. (2008) Fluid inclusion evidence for magmatic-hydrothermal fluid evolution in the porphyry copper-molybdenum deposit at Butte, Montana. Economic Geology, 103 (2). pp. 307-334.

Rusk, Brian G., Miller, Brooke J., and Reed, Mark H. (2008) Fluid inclusion evidence for the formation of main stage polymetallic base-metal veins, Butte, Montana, USA. In: Proceedings of Ores and Orogenesis: Circum-Pacific Tectonics, Geologic Evolution, and Ore Deposits (22), pp. 573-581. From: Ores and Orogenesis: Circum-Pacific Tectonics, Geologic Evolution, and Ore Deposits, 26-29 September 2007, Tucson, Arizona, USA.

Rusk, Brian G., Reed, Mark H., Dilles, John H., and Kent, Adam J.R. (2006) Intensity of quartz cathodoluminescence and trace-element content in quartz from the porphyry copper deposit at Butte, Montana. American Mineralogist, 91 (8). pp. 1300-1312.

Rusk, Brian G., Reed, Mark H., Dilles, John H., Klemm, Leonhard M., and Heinrich, Christoph A. (2004) Compositions of magmatic hydrothermal fluids determined by LA-ICP-MS of fluid inclusions from the porphyry copper–molybdenum deposit at Butte, MT. Chemical Geology, 210 (1). pp. 173-199.

Rusk, Brian, Reed, Mark, Bignall, Greg, and Tsuchiya, Noriyoshi (2004) Natural and synthetic quartz growth and dissolution revealed by scanning electron microscope cathodoluminescence. In: Proceedings of14th International Conference on the Properties of Water and Steam (32), pp. 1-931. From: 14th International Conference on the Properties of Water and Steam , 29 August-3 September 2004, Kyoto, Japan.

Rusk, Brian, and Reed, Mark H. (2002) Scanning electron microscope–cathodoluminescence analysis of quartz reveals complex growth histories in veins from the Butte porphyry copper deposit, Montana. Geology, 30 (8). pp. 727-730.

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