This page contains a list of my publications as of 12 January 2018.
My Google Scholar profile can be found here.
Articles that are free to download are marked <Open Access>.
Students under my supervision or co-supervision are marked *
Halldórsson, S.A., Bali, E., Hartley, M.E., Neave, D.A., Peate, D.W., Gudfinnson, G., Bindeman, I., Whitehouse, M., et al. Petrology and geochemistry of the 2014–2015 Holuhraun eruption, central Iceland: Compositional and mineralogical characteristics, temporal variability and magma storage. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, under review.
Hartley, M.E., Bali, E., Maclennan, J., Neave, D.A. & Halldórsson, S.A. 2018. Melt inclusion constraints on petrogenesis of the 2014–2015 Holuhraun eruption, Iceland. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 173: 10. <Open Access>
Neave, D.A., Shorttle, O., Oeser, M., Weyer, S. & Katsura, K. 2018. Mantle-derived trace element variability in olivines and their melt inclusions. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 483, 90–104.
Neave, D.A., Buisman, I. & Maclennan, J. 2017. Continuous mush disaggregation during the long-lasting Laki fissure eruption, Iceland. American Mineralogist 102, 2007–2021. <Open Access>
*Wilke, S., Holtz, F., Neave, D.A. & Almeev, R.R. 2017. The effect of anorthite content and water on quartz–feldspar cotectic compositions in the rhyolitic system and implications for geobarometry. Journal of Petrology 58, 789–818.
*Hughes, E.C., Neave, D.A., Dobson, K.J., Withers, P.J. & Edmonds, A. 2017. How to fragment peralkaline rhyolites: Observations on pumice using combined multi-scale 2D and 3D imaging. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 336, 179–191. <Open Access>
Neave, D.A. & Putirka, K.D. 2017. A new clinopyroxene-liquid barometer, and implications for magma storage pressures under Icelandic rift zones. American Mineralogist 102, 777–794.
(Note that there is an erratum concerning a typographical error in this paper)
Neave, D.A., Hartley, M.E., Maclennan, J., Edmonds, M. & Thordarson, T. 2017. Volatile and light lithophile elements in high-anorthite plagioclase-hosted melt inclusions from Iceland. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 205, 210–218. <Open Access>
Cassidy, M., Castro, J., Helo, C., Troll, V., Deegan, F., Muir, D. & Neave, D.A. 2016. Volatile dilution during magma injections and implications for volcano explosivity. Geology 44, 1027–1030. <Open Access>
Neave, D.A., Black, M., Riley, T.R., Gibson, S.A., Ferrier, G., Wall, F. & Broom-Fendley, S. 2016. On the feasibility of imaging carbonatite-hosted rare earth element (REE) deposits using remote sensing. Economic Geology 111, 641–665. <Open Access>
Neave, D.A., Maclennan, J., Thordarson, T. & Hartley, M.E. 2015. The evolution and storage of primitive melts in the Eastern Volcanic Zone of Iceland: the 10 ka Grímsvötn tephra series (i.e. the Saksunarvatn ash). Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 171: 21. <Open Access>
Hartley, M.E., Neave, D.A., Maclennan, J., Edmonds, M. & Thordarson, T. 2015. Diffusive over-hydration of olivine-hosted melt inclusions. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 425, 168–178. <Open Access>
Neave, D.A., Maclennan, J., Hartley, M.E., Edmonds, M. & Thordarson, T. 2014. Crystal storage and transfer in basaltic systems: the Skuggafjöll eruption, Iceland. Journal of Petrology 55, 2311–2346. <Open Access>
Neave, D.A., Maclennan, J., Edmonds, M. & Thordarson, T. 2014. Melt mixing causes negative correlation of trace element enrichment and CO2 content prior to an Icelandic eruption. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 400, 272–283. <Open Access>
Neave, D.A., Passmore, E., Maclennan, J., Fitton, J.G. & Thordarson, T. 2013. Crystal-melt relationships and the record of deep mixing and crystallization in the AD 1783 Laki eruption, Iceland. Journal of Petrology 54, 1661–1690. <Open Access>
Neave, D.A., Fabbro, G., Herd, R.A., Petrone, C.M. & Edmonds, M. 2012. Melting, differentiation and degassing at the Pantelleria volcano, Italy. Journal of Petrology 53, 637–663.
Neave D.A. Magmatism in the Eastern Volcanic Zone of Iceland. PhD Thesis. University of Cambridge, 222 pp.