His primary areas of investigation include Paleontology, Proterozoic, Snowball Earth, Glacial period and Cap carbonate. His study in Facies, Siliciclastic, Craton, Zircon and Sedimentary rock is carried out as part of his Paleontology studies. The various areas that Anthony R. Prave examines in his Facies study include Rift and Laurentia.
As part of one scientific family, Anthony R. Prave deals mainly with the area of Proterozoic, narrowing it down to issues related to the Precambrian, and often Dalradian, Carbonate rock, Metamorphism and Greenschist. As part of the same scientific family, Anthony R. Prave usually focuses on Snowball Earth, concentrating on Marinoan glaciation and intersecting with Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point and Sturtian glaciation. His Glacial period study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Diamictite.
Anthony R. Prave mainly focuses on Paleontology, Geochemistry, Sedimentary rock, Glacial period and Facies. His Paleontology study focuses mostly on Laurentia, Foreland basin, Diamictite, Dalradian and Cap carbonate. The Geochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Craton and Proterozoic.
Anthony R. Prave works mostly in the field of Sedimentary rock, limiting it down to topics relating to Greenstone belt and, in certain cases, Volcanic rock. His Glacial period research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Oceanography and Paleoclimatology. His Facies research incorporates elements of Rift, Orogeny, Molasse and Sequence.
Anthony R. Prave mostly deals with Geochemistry, Sedimentary rock, Great Oxygenation Event, Mafic and δ34S. His work on Zircon as part of general Geochemistry study is frequently linked to Lewisian complex, bridging the gap between disciplines. Anthony R. Prave interconnects Schist, Sulfur cycle, Sequence, Facies and Continental margin in the investigation of issues within Sedimentary rock.
His Great Oxygenation Event research includes themes of Nitrate and Anoxic waters. His research in Mafic focuses on subjects like Magmatism, which are connected to Igneous rock, Dike, Meteoric water, Gabbro and Metamorphic rock. His Snowball Earth study is focused on Glacial period and Paleontology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geochemistry, Mafic, Great Oxygenation Event, Snowball Earth and Sedimentary rock. In the subject of general Geochemistry, his work in Petrography is often linked to Shungite, thereby combining diverse domains of study. He combines subjects such as Dike, Magmatism, Meteoric water and Amphibole with his study of Mafic.
His Great Oxygenation Event study is focused on Paleontology in general. His Snowball Earth study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Climate change, Igneous rock and Archean. His Sedimentary rock research incorporates themes from Organic matter and Total organic carbon.
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Two or four Neoproterozoic glaciations
Martin J. Kennedy;Martin J. Kennedy;Bruce Runnegar;Anthony R. Prave;K.-H. Hoffmann.
Middle and Late Proterozoic stratified rocks of the western U.S. Cordillera, Colorado Plateau, and Basin and Range province
Paul Karl Link;Nicholas Christie-Blick;William J. Devlin;Donald P. Elston.
Two diamictites, two cap carbonates, two δ13C excursions, two rifts: The Neoproterozoic Kingston Peak Formation, Death Valley, California
A. R. Prave.
Life on land in the Proterozoic: Evidence from the Torridonian rocks of northwest Scotland
Boron and calcium isotope composition in Neoproterozoic carbonate rocks from Namibia: evidence for extreme environmental change
Simone A. Kasemann;Chris J. Hawkesworth;Anthony R. Prave;Anthony E. Fallick.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2005)
Carbon isotopic composition of Neoproterozoic glacial carbonates as a test of paleoceanographic models for snowball Earth phenomena
Martin J. Kennedy;Nicholas Christie-Blick;Anthony R. Prave.
Tale of three cratons: Tectonostratigraphic anatomy of the Damara orogen in northwestern Namibia and the assembly of Gondwana
Anthony R. Prave.
Neoproterozoic glacial-rainout intervals: Observations and implications
D.J. Condon;A.R. Prave;D.I. Benn.
Emergence of an aerobic biosphere during the Archean-Proterozoic transition: Challenges of future research
Victor A. Melezhik;Anthony E. Fallick;Eero J. Hanski;Lee R. Kump.
Gsa Today (2005)
Small-scale hummocky cross-stratification in turbidites: a form of antidune stratification?
A. R. Prave;W. L. Duke.
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