Ananya Mallik
Ananya Mallik
Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona
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Carbon-dioxide-rich silicate melt in the Earth’s upper mantle
R Dasgupta, A Mallik, K Tsuno, AC Withers, G Hirth, MM Hirschmann
Nature 493 (7431), 211-215, 2013
Reaction between MORB-eclogite derived melts and fertile peridotite and generation of ocean island basalts
A Mallik, R Dasgupta
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 329, 97-108, 2012
Reactive infiltration of MORB-eclogite-derived carbonated silicate melt into fertile peridotite at 3 GPa and genesis of alkalic magmas
A Mallik, R Dasgupta
Journal of Petrology 54 (11), 2267-2300, 2013
Partial melting of fertile peridotite fluxed by hydrous rhyolitic melt at 2–3 GPa: implications for mantle wedge hybridization by sediment melt and generation of ultrapotassic …
A Mallik, J Nelson, R Dasgupta
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 169, 1-24, 2015
Effect of variable CO2 on eclogite‐derived andesite and lherzolite reaction at 3 GPa—Implications for mantle source characteristics of alkalic ocean island basalts
A Mallik, R Dasgupta
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 15 (4), 1533-1557, 2014
Nitrogen evolution within the Earth's atmosphere–mantle system assessed by recycling in subduction zones
A Mallik, Y Li, M Wiedenbeck
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 482, 556-566, 2018
Effects of water, depth and temperature on partial melting of mantle-wedge fluxed by hydrous sediment-melt in subduction zones
A Mallik, R Dasgupta, K Tsuno, J Nelson
Geochimica et cosmochimica acta 195, 226-243, 2016
CO2-rich melts in Earth
G Yaxley, S Ghosh, K Kiseeva, A Mallik, A Thomson, C Spandler, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2019
A petrologic study on the effect of mantle overturn: Implications for evolution of the lunar interior
A Mallik, T Ejaz, S Shcheka, G Garapic
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 250, 238-250, 2019
Oceanic lavas sampling the high-3He/4He mantle reservoir: Primitive, depleted, or re-enriched?
G Garapic, A Mallik, R Dasgupta, M Jackson
American Mineralogist 100, 2066-2081, 2015
Rapid and precise measurement of carbonate clumped isotopes using laser spectroscopy
N Yanay, Z Wang, DL Dettman, J Quade, KW Huntington, AJ Schauer, ...
Science Advances 8 (43), eabq0611, 2022
Tracking the evolution of magmas from heterogeneous mantle sources to eruption
A Mallik, S Lambart, EJ Chin
Mantle convection and surface expressions, 151-177, 2021
Diapirism of carbonate platforms subducted into the upper mantle
MN Ducea, CA Currie, C Balica, I Lazar, A Mallik, L Petrescu, ...
Geology 50 (8), 929-933, 2022
Multiple episodes of rock-melt reaction at the slab-mantle interface: Formation of high silica primary magmas in intermediate to hot subduction zones
AM Rebaza, A Mallik, SM Straub
Journal of Petrology 64 (3), egad011, 2023
Metabasic rocks as important nitrogen carriers to forearc depths: Implications for deep nitrogen cycling
A Mallik, AM Rebaza, P Kapp, L Li, Y Du, A Al Shams, EHG Cooperdock
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 361, 265-275, 2023
Controls of fO2-Based COH Degassing and Diffusive Bubble Growth on Explosive Volcanic Eruptions on the Moon
P Moitra, A Mallik, JJ Barnes, JC Andrews-Hanna
53rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 2678, 1806, 2022
Exploring the Sensitivity of Lunar Interior Structure from Geophysical and Geochemical Constraints
H Haviland, P Bremner, A Mallik, M Diamond, S Panovska, S Lock
Earth and Space Science Open Archive (ESSOAr), 2021
The Importance of Hydrogen Partitioning During Lunar Magma Ocean Crystallization: Implications for Constraining the Water Content of the Bulk Silicate Moon
A Mallik, S Schwinger, A Roy, P Moitra
Thermal Profile of the Lunar Interior Constrained by Revised Estimates of Concentrations of Heat Producing Elements
S Panovska, H Haviland, A Mallik, PM Bremner, WF McDonough
2017 AGU Fall Meeting, 2017
Diffusive isotope fractionation of Zr in silicate melts
E Bloch, M Ibanez-Mejia, JM Watkins, ML Foley, A Johnson, S Turner, ...
2024 Goldschmidt Conference, 2024
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