Dr Paul Savage

Dr Paul Savage
Lecturer; MSc Geochemistry coordinator


 

My research interests lie in the application of non-traditional stable isotope techniques to planetary sciences. In particular, I am interested in constraining the composition and types of materials which accreted to form planet Earth and the other rocky bodies in our solar system, and how the terrestrial planets evolved from undifferentiated masses to differentiated bodies, with silicate mantles and metallic cores, and in the case of our planet, with liquid water and sentient life.

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26 (of 26 published available) for pss3. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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Isotopic fractionation of zirconium during magmatic differentiation and the stable isotope composition of the silicate Earth Edward Inglis, Frederic Moynier, John Creech, Zhengbin Deng, James Day, Fang-zhen Teng, Martin Bizzarro, Matthew Jackson, Paul Simon Savage
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2019 vol.250 pp.311-323
Titanium isotopes as a tracer for the plume or island arc affinity of felsic rocks Zhengbin Deng, Marc Chaussidon, Paul Simon Savage, Francois Robert, Raphael Pik, Frederic Moynier
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America vol.Advance Article
Copper Isotopes Paul Simon Savage
2018
Origin and significance of Si and O isotope heterogeneities in Phanerozoic, Archean, and Hadean zircon Dustin Trail, Patrick Boehnke, Paul Simon Savage, Ming-Chang Liu, Martha Miller, Ilya Bindeman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2018 vol.115 pp.10287-10292
Implications for behavior of volatile elements during impacts—Zinc and copper systematics in sediments from the Ries impact structure and central European tektites Zuzana Rodovská, Tomáš Magna, Karel Žák, Chizu Kato, Paul Simon Savage, Frederic Moynier, Roman Skála, Josef Ježek
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 2017 vol.52 pp.2178-2192
Stable isotope evidence for the differentiation and evolution of planetesimals Anat Shahar, Paul Simon Savage, Frederic Moynier
2017 pp.246-266
Thallium elemental behavior and stable isotope fractionation during magmatic processes J. Prytulak, A. Brett, M. Webb, T Plank, M Rehkämper , Paul Simon Savage, J. Woodhead
Chemical Geology 2017 vol.448 pp.71-83
The isotope geochemistry of zinc and copper Frédéric Moynier, Derek Vance, Toshiyuki Fujii, Paul Simon Savage
Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry 2017 vol.82 pp.543-600
Silicon isotopes reveal recycled altered oceanic crust in the mantle sources of ocean island basalts Emily A. Pringle, Frédéric Moynier, Paul Simon Savage, Matthew G. Jackson, Manuel Moreira, James M.D. Day
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2016 vol.189 pp.282-295
Stable vanadium isotopes as a redox proxy in magmatic systems Julie Prytulak, Paolo Sossi, Alex Halliday, Terri Plank, Paul Simon Savage, Jon Woodhead
Geochemical Perspectives Letters 2016 vol.3
Absence of molybdenum isotope fractionation during magmatic differentiation at Hekla volcano, Iceland Jie Yang, C. Siebert, J. Barling, Paul Simon Savage, Y.-H. Liang, A.N. Halliday
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2015 vol.162 pp.126-136
Copper isotope evidence for large-scale sulphide fractionation during Earth’s differentiation Paul Simon Savage, F. Moynier, H. Chen, G. Shofner, J. Siebert, J. Badro, I.S. Puchtel
Geochemical Perspectives Letters 2015 vol.1 pp.53-64
High temperature silicon isotope geochemistry Paul Simon Savage, R.M.G. Armytage, R.B. Georg, A.N. Halliday
Lithos 2014 vol.190-191 pp.500-519
Silicon isotopes in angrites and volatile loss in planetesimals E.A. Pringle, F. Moynier, Paul Simon Savage, J. Badro, J.-A. Barrat
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2014 vol.111 pp.17029-17032
The iron isotope composition of enstatite meteorites K. Wang, Paul Simon Savage, F. Moynier
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2014 vol.142 pp.149-165
Homogeneous distribution of Fe isotopes in the early solar nebula K. Wang, F. Moynier, J.-A. Barrat, B. Zanda, R.C. Paniello, Paul Simon Savage
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 2013 vol.48 pp.354-364
Redox state during core formation on asteroid 4-Vesta E.A. Pringle, Paul Simon Savage, J. Badro, J.-A. Barrat, F. Moynier
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 2013 vol.373 pp.75-82
Si isotope homogeneity of the solar nebula E.A. Pringle, Paul Simon Savage, M.G. Jackson, J.-A. Barrat, F. Moynier
Astrophysical Journal 2013 vol.779
Silicon isotopes in granulite xenoliths Paul Simon Savage, R.B. Georg, H.M. Williams, A.N. Halliday
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 2013 vol.365 pp.221-231
Silicon isotopic variation in enstatite meteorites Paul Simon Savage, F. Moynier
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 2013 vol.361 pp.487-496
The silicon isotope composition of the upper continental crust Paul Simon Savage, R.B. Georg, H.M. Williams, A.N. Halliday
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2013 vol.109 pp.384-399
Zinc isotope fractionation during magmatic differentiation and the isotopic composition of the bulk Earth H. Chen, Paul Simon Savage, F.-Z. Teng, R.T. Helz, F. Moynier
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 2013 vol.369-370 pp.34-42
The silicon isotope composition of granites Paul Simon Savage, R.B. Georg, H.M. Williams, S. Turner, A.N. Halliday, Bruce William Chappell
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2012 vol.92 pp.184-202
Silicon isotope fractionation during magmatic differentiation Paul Simon Savage, R.B. Georg, H.M. Williams, K.W. Burton, A.N. Halliday
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2011 vol.75 pp.6124-6139
Silicon isotopes in meteorites and planetary core formation R.M.G. Armytage, R.B. Georg, Paul Simon Savage, H.M. Williams, A.N. Halliday
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2011 vol.75 pp.3662-3676
Silicon isotope homogeneity in the mantle Paul Simon Savage, R.B. Georg, R.M.G. Armytage, H.M. Williams, A.N. Halliday
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 2010 vol.295 pp.139-146

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