Iain M. Samson
Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences



Department of Earth Sciences
University of Windsor
Memorial Hall
401 Sunset Avenue Windsor,
Ontario Canada N9B 3P4
Phone: (519) 253-3000 ext:2489
FAX:519-973-7081
Email: ims@uwindsor.ca

Iain M Samson
Professor


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University of Windsor



Theses Supervised and Co-supervised

Crowe, S.A., 2003, The role of crustal contamination and volatiles in the genesis of the Marathon PGE-Cu deposit, Ontario: Constraints from micometre scale LA-ICP-MS Pb isotope systematics and PGE distribution, M.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor, 117 p.

Song, X., 2002, Fluid inclusion studies of the Pea Ridge Fe oxide-REE deposit, Missouri. M.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor, 101 p.

Zhu, L., 2000, An isotopic and fluid inclusion study of the Rock Canyon Creek Fluorite-REE deposit, Southeastern British Columbia. M.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor, 113 p.

Mather, C., 1999, Geochemical model of the Coeur-Rochester Ag-Au mine, Rochester District, Nevada.  M.Sc. thesis, U. of Idaho,  378 p.

Drouin-Brisebois, I., 1999, Mercury contamination in Holocene sediments from Clay Lake, Northwestern Ontario: A mineralogical investigation.  Honours B.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor, 52 p.

Willoughby, J.G., 1999, Petrology and geochemistry of Archean granitoids in the Raleigh Lake area of northwestern Ontario and their relation to rare element pegmatites.  Honours B.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor, 71 p.

Gibson, P., 1998, Origin of the Lemhi Pass REE-Th deposits, Idaho/Montana:  Petrology, mineralogy, paragenesis, whole-rock chemistry and isotope evidence.  M.Sc. thesis, University of Idaho, 320 p.

Finucane, K.G., 1998, An investigation of the fluid inclusions of the Snowbird fluorite-REE deposit, Mineral County, Montana. M.Sc. thesis, University of Idaho, 113 p.

Kerr, I.D., 1998, Mineralogy, chemistry and hydrothermal evolution of the Pea Ridge Fe-oxide-REE deposit, Missouri, USA.  M.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor, 112 p.

Walker, R., 1998, Low-temperature Raman spectroscopic analysis of fluid inclusions from granitoid-related mineral deposiots and comparisons with decrepitate analyses.  M.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor, 113 p.

Levasseur, R., 1997, Fluid inclusion studies of rare element pegmatites, South Platte District, Colorado. M.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor, 104 p.

Kerr, I.D., 1995, Mineralogic and paragenetic studies of the Rock Canyon Creek fluorite-REE deposit, British Columbia. Honours B.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor, 30p.

Walker, R., 1994, Cryogenic Raman spectroscopy of mixed-salt solutions. Honours B.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor, 49 p.

Searcy, T.O., 1993, A paragenetic and sulfur isotope study of the MacLellan Au-Ag deposit, Lynn Lake greenstone belt, Manitoba.  Honours B.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor, 36 p.

Horvath, G., 1993, Fluid inclusion studies of the VAL-B claims,  Seagull batholith, Yukon Territory. Honours B.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor,  40 p.

Liu, W., 1992, Fluid inclusion geochemistry and  rare-earth element distributions in the Oka carbonatite, Quebec. M.Sc. thesis, Univrsity of Windsor, 108 p.

Sherman, G.R., 1992, Geology, hydrothermal activity and gold mineralization in the Gemmell Lake area of the Early Proterozoic, Lynn Lake Greenstone Belt, Manitoba  M.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor, 146p.

Bas, B., 1992, Hydrothermal Alteration and fluid inclusion geochemistry of auriferous deformation zones and vein systems, S.W. Michipicoten Greenstone Belt, Ontario.  M.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor, 167 p.

Sherman, G.R., 1988, Alteration and mineralization associated with the Rook Lake deformation zone, Mishibishu Lake greenstone belt, Ontario.  Honours B.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor, 85p.

Gagnon, J., 1991, Geology, geochemistry and genesis of the Proterozoic MacLellan Au-Ag deposit, Lynn Lake greenstone belt, Manitoba.  M.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor, 273 p.

Pare, C.G., 1989, A fluid inclusion study of gold-bearing quartz veins in central McMurray Township, Michipicoten greenstone belt, Ontario: Honours B.Sc. thesis, University of Windsor, 57 p.