College of Science & Engineering

Susan DeBari


Publications (* denotes WWU M.S. student author, ** denotes WWU undergrad author)

DeBari, S.M., *L.J. Heywood, J.B. Gill, 2020, Izu Bonin Across Arc Geochemical Dataset between latitudes 32°40' to 30°20' (IEDA),

*Heywood, L., S.M. DeBari, J. Gill, S. Straub, J. Schindlbeck-Belo, R. Escobar-Burciaga, J. Woodhead, 2020, Across-arc diversity in rhyolites from an intra-oceanic arc: Evidence from IODP Site U1437, Izu-Bonin rear-arc and surrounding area, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. DOI:10.1029/2019GC008353

*Morris, R.A., S.M. DeBari, C.J. Busby, S. Medynski, Jicha, B., 2019, Building arc crust – plutonic to volcanic connections in an extensional island arc, the Alisitos arc crustal section, Baja California, J. Petrol., DOI: 10.1093/petrology/egz029  (  Selected as Editors choice! 

Miller, R.B., S.M. DeBari, S.R. Paterson, 2018, Construction, emplacement, and geochemical evolution of deep crustal intrusions: Tenpeak and Dirtyface plutons, North Cascades, western North America, GeospherePDF icon GS01490_Milleretal_v1.pdf

Gill, J.B., E.M. Bongiolo, T. Miyazaki, C. Hamelin, M. Jutzeler, S. DeBari, A-S. Jonas, B.S. Vaglarov, L.S. Nascimento, M. **Yakavonis, 2018, Tuffaceous Mud is a Volumetrically Important Volcaniclastic Facies of Submarine Arc Volcanism and Record of Climate Change, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, DOI: 10.1002/2017GC007300, PDF icon Gill_et_al-2017-Geochemistry%2C_Geophysics%2C_Geosystems.pdf

*Sas, M., S.M. DeBari, M. Clynne, B. Rusk, 2017, Using mineral geochemistry to decipher slab, mantle, and crustal inputs to the generation of high-Mg andesites and basaltic andesites from the northern Cascade arc, American Mineralogist, v. 102, p 948-965. (student first author) PDF icon Sas_highMgandesite17.pdf

Busby, C.J., Y. Tamura, P. Blum, G. Guèrin, G.D.M. Andrews, A.K. Barker, J.L.R. Berger, E.M. Bongiolo, M. Bordiga, S.M. DeBari, J.B. Gill, C. Hamelin, J.Jia, E.H. John, A. Jonas, M. Jutzeler, M.A.C. Kars, Z.A. Kita, K. Konrad, S.H. Mahony, M. Martini, T. Miyazaki, R.J. Musgrave, D.B. Nascimento, A.R.L. Nichols, J.M. Ribeiro, T. Sato, J.C. Schindlbeck, A.K. Schmitt, S.M. Straub, M.J. Mleneck-Vautravers, A. Yang Yang, 2017, The missing half of the subduction factory: shipboard results from the Izu rear arc, IODP Expedition 350, International Geology Review, v.59, no. 13, p. 1677-1708, PDF icon Busby_IBMReararc17.pdf

DeBari, S.M, K. Gray, J. Monet, 2015, Interactions between Water, Earth’s Surface, and Human Activity, InTeGrate’s Earth-focused Modules and Courses for the Undergraduate Classroom

*Moore, N.E., S.M. DeBari, 2012, Mafic magmas from Mount Baker in the northern Cascade arc, Washington: probes into mantle and crustal processes, in press, Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, DOI: 10.1007/s00410-011-0686-4 (student first author) Mafic Magmas PDF version

DeBari, S.M., A. *Greene, 2011, Vertical stratification of composition, density, and inferred magmatic processes in exposed arc crustal sections, In: Brown, D., P. Ryan (eds.) Arc-continent collision, Frontiers in Earth Sciences, DOI 10.1007/978-3-540-88558-0_2, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2011, p. 121-144 (Invited book chapter). PDF version

*Baggerman, T.D., S. M. DeBari, 2011, The generation of a diverse suite of Late Pleistocene and Holocene basalt through dacite lavas from the northern Cascade arc at Mount Baker, Washington, Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, v. 161, p. 75-99, DOI: 10.1007/s00410-010-0522-2 (student first author) Late Pleistocene PDF version

*Greene, A., S. M. DeBari, P. B. Kelemen, P. D. Clift, J. Blusztajn, 2006, A detailed geochemical study of island arc crust: The Talkeetna arc section, south-central Alaska, Journal of Petrology, v. 47, no.6, p. 105-1093 (student first author). Island Arc Crust PDF version

Clift, P. D., T. Pavlis, S. M. DeBari, A. E. Draut, M. Rioux, P. B. Kelemen (2005) Subduction erosion of the Jurassic Talkeetna-Bonanza arc and the Mesozoic accretionary tectonics of western North America, Geology, v. 33, no. 11, p. 881-884.

Field, J., S. M. DeBari, M. Gallagher (2003) Promoting K-12 Community Research and Service through the Washington Earth Science Initiative,Journal of Geological Education, v. 51, no. 1, p. 54-63.

DeBari, S. M., R. G. Anderson, J. K. Mortensen (2000) Early and Middle Jurassic Magmatism:  New zircon U-Pb ages and comparative geochemistry from a crustal transect through the Bonanza arc on Vancouver Island, Canada, In: Advances in Jurassic Research 2000, Proceedings of the 5thInternational Symposium on the Jurassic System. R. L. Hall and P. L. Smith (eds), GeoResearch Forum 6, Trans Tech Publications, p. 65-76.

Miller, R. B., S. R. Paterson, S. M. DeBari, and D. L. Whitney (2000) North Cascades crustal section: changing kinematics, rheology, metamorphism, pluton emplacement, and petrogenesis from 0 to 40 km depth.  In: Guidebook for geological field trips in southwestern British Columbia and northern Washington.  G.J. Woodsworth, L.E. Jackson, Jr., J. L. Nelson, and B. C. Ward (eds), Geological Association of Canada, Cordilleran Section, Canada, p. 229-278.

DeBari, S. M., B. Taylor, K. Spencer, K. Fujioka (1999) A trapped Philippine Sea Plate origin for MORB from the inner slope of the Izu-Bonin trench, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 274, no. 1-2, p. 183-197.

DeBari, S. M., R. G. Anderson, J. R. Mortensen (1999) Correlation Amongst Lower to Upper Crustal Components in an Island Arc: the Jurassic Bonanza arc, Vancouver Island, Canada, Canadian J. Earth Sciences, v. 36, p. 1371-1413.

Grissom, G. C., S. M. DeBari, L. W. Snee (1998) Geology of the Sierra de Fiambala, northwestern Argentina: Implications for Early Paleozoic Andean tectonics, in: R.J. Pankhurst and C. W. Rapela (editors), The Proto-Andean Margin of Gondwana, Geologic Society, London, Special Publications, v. 142, p. 297-323.

DeBari, S. M. (1997) Evolution of oceanic and continental arc magmas: the importance of residence in the lower crust, Canadian MineralogistSpecial Volume:  "The Nature of Primitive Magmas in Subduction Zones", v. 35, p. 501-519.

DeBari, S.M., E. P. Metzger, and R. Sedlock (1996) K-12 Teacher Education in Earth Science:  The Bay Area Earth Science Institute (BAESI), Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly, September issue, p. 32-35.

DeBari, S. M., B. Taylor, and K. Fujioka (1995) MORB-type basalts on the inner trench wall of the Izu-Bonin trench - accreted Pacific plate or pre-existing crust? JAMSTEC Journal of Deep Sea Research, No. 11, p. 1-16. 

Sedlock, R. L., E. P. Metzger, D. R. Harden, S. M. DeBari, J. M. Mehegan, W. B. Leatham, L. A. Fernandez, and J. J. Woerner (1995) Improving Geoscience Literacy, Geotimes, June issue, p. 19-21.

DeBari, S. M. (1994) Petrogenesis and physical evolution of the Fiambalá gabbronorite, northwestern Argentina:  Syntectonic magmatism in the deep crust of a continental margin arc, Journal of Petrology, v. 35, no. 3, p. 679-713.

Coleman, R. G., S. DeBari, and Z. Peterman (1992) A-type granite and the Red Sea Opening, Tectonophysics, v. 204, no. 1/2, p. 27-40.

Grissom, G. C., S. M. DeBari, S. Page, R. Page, L. Villar, R. G. Coleman, and M. V. de Ramirez (1992) The deep crust of an early Paleozoic arc, the Sierra de Fiambalá, NW Argentina, in:  R. S. Harmon and C. W. Rapela, Andean Magmatism and its Tectonic Setting, Geological Society of America Special Paper 265, p. 189-200.

DeBari, S. M., and N. H. Sleep (1991) High-Mg, low-Al bulk composition of the Talkeetna island arc:  Implications for primary magmas and the nature of arc crust, Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 103, p. 37-47.

Pearcy, L. G., S. M. DeBari, and N. H. Sleep (1990) Mass balance calculations for two sections of island arc crust, and implications for the formation of continents,Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 96, p. 427-442.

DeBari, S. M., and R. G. Coleman (1989) Examination of the deep levels of an island arc, the Tonsina Ultramafic-Mafic Assemblage, Tonsina, Alaska, Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 94, p. 4373-4391.

DeBari, S. M., S. M. Kay, and R. W. Kay (1987) Ultramafic xenoliths from Adagdak volcano, Aleutian Islands, Alaska: Deformed igneous cumulates from the Moho of an island arc, Journal of Geology, v. 95, p. 329-341.