John Wheeler
John Wheeler
Professor of Geology, University of Liverpool
Verified email at liv.ac.uk
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The application of electron backscatter diffraction and orientation contrast imaging in the SEM to textural problems in rocks
DJ Prior, AP Boyle, F Brenker, MC Cheadle, A Day, G Lopez, L Peruzzi, ...
American Mineralogist 84 (11-12), 1741-1759, 1999
6621999
The petrological significance of misorientations between grains
J Wheeler, D Prior, Z Jiang, R Spiess, P Trimby
Contributions to mineralogy and petrology 141 (1), 109-124, 2001
2102001
In situ SEM-EBSD observations of the hcp to bcc phase transformation in commercially pure titanium
GGE Seward, S Celotto, DJ Prior, J Wheeler, RC Pond
Acta Materialia 52 (4), 821-832, 2004
1762004
Some garnet microstructures: an illustration of the potential of orientation maps and misorientation analysis in microstructural studies
DJ Prior, J Wheeler, L Peruzzo, R Spiess, C Storey
Journal of Structural Geology 24 (6-7), 999-1011, 2002
1752002
The geometry and timing of orogenic extension: an example from the Western Italian Alps
SM Reddy, J Wheeler, RA Cliff
Journal of Metamorphic Geology 17, 573-590, 1999
1381999
Simple shear deformation and quartz crystallographic fabrics: a possible natural example from the Torridon area of NW Scotland
RD Law, SM Schmid, J Wheeler
Journal of Structural Geology 12 (1), 29-45, 1990
1361990
Characterizing deformed ultrafine-grained and nanocrystalline materials using transmission Kikuchi diffraction in a scanning electron microscope
PW Trimby, Y Cao, Z Chen, S Han, KJ Hemker, J Lian, X Liao, ...
Acta Materialia 62, 69-80, 2014
1332014
EBSD in the earth sciences: applications, common practice, and challenges
DJ Prior, E Mariani, J Wheeler
Electron backscatter diffraction in materials science, 345-360, 2009
1272009
Importance of pressure solution and Coble creep in the deformation of polymineralic rocks
J Wheeler
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 97 (B4), 4579-4586, 1992
1261992
Grain boundary hierarchy development in a quartz mylonite
PW Trimby, DJ Prior, J Wheeler
Journal of Structural Geology 20 (7), 917-935, 1998
1151998
A 40Ar/39Ar laser probe study of micas from the Sesia Zone, Italian Alps: implications for metamorphic and deformation histories
SM Reddy, SP Kelley, J Wheeler
Journal of Metamorphic Geology 14 (4), 493-508, 1996
1131996
Criteria for identifying structures related to true crustal extension in orogens
J Wheeler, RWH Butler
Journal of Structural Geology 16 (7), 1023-1027, 1994
1111994
Albite crystallographic preferred orientation and grain misorientation distribution in a low-grade mylonite: implications for granular flow
Z Jiang, DJ Prior, J Wheeler
Journal of Structural Geology 22 (11-12), 1663-1674, 2000
1022000
Kinematic reworking and exhumation within the convergent Alpine Orogen
SM Reddy, J Wheeler, RWH Butler, RA Cliff, S Freeman, S Inger, ...
Tectonophysics 365 (1-4), 77-102, 2003
962003
Development of garnet porphyroblasts by multiple nucleation, coalescence and boundary misorientation‐driven rotations
R Spiess, L Peruzzo, DJ Prior, J Wheeler
Journal of Metamorphic Geology 19 (3), 269-290, 2001
912001
Analysis of dynamic recrystallization and nucleation in a quartzite mylonite
A Halfpenny, DJ Prior, J Wheeler
Tectonophysics 427 (1-4), 3-14, 2006
832006
Crystal plasticity of natural garnet: New microstructural evidence
DJ Prior, J Wheeler, FE Brenker, B Harte, M Matthews
Geology 28 (11), 1003-1006, 2000
822000
Evidence for extension in the western Alpine orogen: the contact between the oceanic Piemonte and overlying continental Sesia units
J Wheeler, RWH Butler
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 117 (3-4), 457-474, 1993
761993
Structural evolution of a subducted continental sliver: the northern Dora Maira massif, Italian Alps
J Wheeler
Journal of the Geological Society 148 (6), 1101-1113, 1991
761991
The significance of grain-scale stresses in the kinetics of metamorphism
J Wheeler
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 97 (3), 397-404, 1987
731987
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