Fellow of the Geological Society of America
His primary areas of study are Paleontology, Sedimentary rock, Structural basin, Green River Formation and Facies. His work in Permian, Source rock, Sedimentary basin, Foreland basin and Cretaceous are all subfields of Paleontology research. His Sedimentary rock study deals with Siliciclastic intersecting with Oil shale, Outcrop, Maturity and Carboniferous.
His work on Drainage basin expands to the thematically related Structural basin. Alan R. Carroll has included themes like Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Sanidine and Evaporite in his Green River Formation study. As a part of the same scientific study, Alan R. Carroll usually deals with the Facies, concentrating on Vitrinite and frequently concerns with Kerogen.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Paleontology, Structural basin, Green River Formation, Geochemistry and Sedimentary rock. His Facies, Foreland basin, Permian, Sedimentary depositional environment and Sedimentary basin investigations are all subjects of Paleontology research. His work in Structural basin covers topics such as Tectonics which are related to areas like Salinity.
The various areas that Alan R. Carroll examines in his Green River Formation study include Drainage basin, Sanidine, Sedimentology, Mineralogy and Geochronology. His work is dedicated to discovering how Geochemistry, China are connected with Lacustrine deposits and Palaeogeography and other disciplines. His study explores the link between Sedimentary rock and topics such as Provenance that cross with problems in Terrane and Early Triassic.
Alan R. Carroll spends much of his time researching Geochemistry, Green River Formation, Structural basin, Paleontology and Sedimentary depositional environment. His work on Evaporite as part of his general Geochemistry study is frequently connected to Morphology and Groundwater discharge, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Green River Formation research integrates issues from Sedimentology, Sediment, Provenance and Petrography.
His research in Structural basin tackles topics such as Paleozoic which are related to areas like Permian and Source rock. In general Paleontology study, his work on Facies, Range and Lacustrine deposits often relates to the realm of Context and Positive correlation, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His work carried out in the field of Sedimentary depositional environment brings together such families of science as Sedimentary rock, Earth science and Cretaceous.
His primary scientific interests are in Sedimentary rock, Sedimentary depositional environment, Paleontology, Geochemistry and Evaporite. His study in Sedimentary rock is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Structural basin, Permian, Source rock and Paleozoic. His work on Sedimentary basin as part of general Structural basin research is frequently linked to Carbon sink and Paleoclimatology, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
In his work, Range, Lacustrine deposits and Geologic record is strongly intertwined with Green River Formation, which is a subfield of Sedimentary depositional environment. His work on Facies as part of general Paleontology study is frequently connected to Term, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Evaporite research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Nahcolite, Oceanography, Magmatism and Weathering.
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Stratigraphic classification of ancient lakes: Balancing tectonic and climatic controls
Alan R. Carroll;Kevin M. Bohacs.
Sedimentary record and climatic implications of recurrent deformation in the Tian Shan: Evidence from Mesozoic strata of the north Tarim, south Junggar, and Turpan basins, northwest China
Marc S. Hendrix;Stephan A. Graham;Alan R. Carroll;Edward R. Sobel.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1992)
Late Paleozoic tectonic amalgamation of northwestern China: Sedimentary record of the northern Tarim, northwestern Turpan, and southern Junggar Basins
A. R. Carroll;S. A. Graham;M. S. Hendrix;D. Ying.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1995)
Lake-Basin Type, Source Potential, and Hydrocarbon Character: an Integrated Sequence-Stratigraphic–Geochemical Framework
Kevin M. Bohacs;Alan R. Carroll;John E. Neal;Paul J. Mankiewicz.
AAPG Bulletin (1999)
Collisional successor basins of western China: Impact of tectonic inheritance on sand composition
S. A. Graham;M. S. Hendrix;L. B. Wang;A. R. Carroll.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1993)
Synoptic reconstruction of a major ancient lake system; Eocene Green River Formation, western United States
M. Elliot Smith;Alan R. Carroll;Brad S. Singer.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2008)
Junggar basin, northwest China: trapped Late Paleozoic ocean
Alan R. Carroll;Liang Yunhai;Stephan A. Graham;Xiao Xuchang.
Lake-type controls on petroleum source rock potential in nonmarine basins
Alan R. Carroll;Kevin M. Bohacs.
AAPG Bulletin (2001)
Uplift, exhumation, and deformation in the Chinese Tian Shan
Trevor A. Dumitru;Da Zhou;Edmund Z. Chang;Stephan A. Graham.
Geological Society of America Memoirs (2001)
Submarine Hydrothermal Weathering, Global Eustasy, and Carbonate Polymorphism in Phanerozoic Marine Oolites
Bruce H. Wilkinson;Robert M. Owen;Alan R. Carroll.
Journal of Sedimentary Research (1987)
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