Dr John Rudge
- 2007-: Junior Research Fellow, Trinity College, Cambridge.
- 2003-2007: PhD, Cambridge. (Earth Sciences/DAMTP)
John is a member of the Institute of Theoretical Geophysics research group. His current research interests include Earth's core formation and accretion, mantle melting and melt extraction, and mantle convection.
- Rudge J.F., Reynolds B.C., Bourdon B. The double spike toolbox (2009) Chem. Geol. 265:420-431
- Rudge J.F. Finding peaks in geochemical distributions: a re-examination of the helium-continental crust correlation (2008) Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 274:179-188
- Rudge J.F., Holness M. B., Smith G. C. Quantitative textural analysis of packings of elongate crystals (2008) Contrib. Mineral. Petrol. 156:413-429
- Rudge J.F., Shaw Champion M. E., White N., McKenzie D., Lovell B. A plume model of transient diachronous uplift at the Earth's surface (2008) Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 267:146-160
- Rudge J.F. Mantle pseudo-isochrons revisited (2006) Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 249(3-4):494-513
- Rudge J.F., McKenzie D., Haynes P.H. A theoretical approach to understanding the isotopic heterogeneity of mid-ocean ridge basalt (2005) Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 69(15):3873-3887