Imperial College of Science and Technology,
Mineralogical Society of America
American Geopysical Union
University of Massachusetts
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Metalliferous Economic Geology, Petrology, Diamonds
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American Mineralogist 83 (1998), 1323
Haggerty's birthplace in the Witwatersrand Basin, some
50 km downwind from the Bushveld Complex and the Premier
Diamond Mine, helped him overcome a strong desire to
study nuclear physics. After emigrating to Canada, spending
a year under canvas around James Bay, and another as
a technician in the Departments of Physics and Geophysics
at Imperial College, London, a career in geology was
molded. He graduated from the Royal School of Mines
in Economic Geology in 1964 and received his Ph.D. from
the University of London in 1968. A three-year post-doctoral
Carnegie Fellowship followed at the Geophysical Laboratory
in Washington, D.C., and since 1971 he has been at the
University of Massachusetts.
major interests are in reflected-light microscopy, magnetic
mineralogy, and oxidation-reduction systems relevant
to magmatic ore deposits and igneous petrogenesis. His
research has revolved around the Fe-Ti-O system and
ranges from studies of lunar samples and meteorites
to diamonds and the evolution of the upper mantle. He
was a Principal Investigator for 10 years in the U.S.
Apollo and Soviet Luna sample return programs, and served
on the Lunar Sample Analysis Planning Team. His current
research projects, earthbound and mantle-dedicated,
are studies of kimberlites, carbonatites, and associated
alkali rocks and xenoliths. Field projects in west and
southern Africa have been extended to Brazil and Australia,
with recent visits to Syria, Siberia, and China.
S.E. (1992) Diamonds in West Africa: Tectonic setting
and kimberlite productivity. Russian Geology and Geophysics,
mineralogy and magnetic properties of the Koidu kimberlite
complex, Sierra Leone, West Africa. Geophysical Journal
International, 100, 275-283.
S.E., and Sautter, V. (1990) Ultradeep (>300 km)
ultramafic, upper mantle xenoliths. Science, 248, 993-996.
S.E. (1989) Mantle metasomes and the kinship between
carbonatites and kimberlites. In Bell, K. (Ed.), Carbonatites--Genesis
and Evolution. George Allen ? Unwin, pp.546-560.
S.E., Grey, I.E., Madsen, I.C., Criddle, A.J., Stanley,
C.J., and Erlank, A.J. (1989) Hawthorneite, Ba(Ti3Cr4Fe4Mg)O19:
A new metasomatic magnetoplumbite-type mineral from
the upper mantle. American Mineralogist, 74, 668-675.
S.E. 1986. Diamond genesis in a multiply constrained
model. Nature, 320, 34-48.
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