Arthur W. Snoke focuses on Geochemistry, Seismology, Geomorphology, Mylonite and Igneous rock. Arthur W. Snoke regularly links together related areas like Metamorphic core complex in his Geochemistry studies. His work in Seismology addresses subjects such as Crust, which are connected to disciplines such as Fold, Leucogranite, Mohorovičić discontinuity and Craton.
He studied Geomorphology and Zircon that intersect with Detachment fault. Arthur W. Snoke works mostly in the field of Mylonite, limiting it down to topics relating to Metamorphic rock and, in certain cases, Fault. His studies in Igneous rock integrate themes in fields like Suite, Earth science, Ultramafic rock and Silicic.
His primary scientific interests are in Geochemistry, Paleontology, Geomorphology, Petrology and Seismology. His studies deal with areas such as Shear zone and Proterozoic as well as Geochemistry. He has researched Shear zone in several fields, including Shear and Metamorphic rock.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Geomorphology, Metamorphic facies and Granulite is strongly linked to Metamorphism. The various areas that Arthur W. Snoke examines in his Petrology study include Mantle and Petrogenesis. His work is dedicated to discovering how Mafic, Ultramafic rock are connected with Tectonite and Igneous rock and other disciplines.
His main research concerns Paleontology, Geochemistry, Geomorphology, Gneiss and Crust. His Geochemistry study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Basement. Arthur W. Snoke has included themes like Metamorphism, Ridge and Terrane in his Geomorphology study.
His Metamorphism research includes themes of Metamorphic rock and Thrust fault. His Gneiss research incorporates themes from Laurentia and Proterozoic. He combines subjects such as Felsic, Petrology, Mafic and Petrogenesis with his study of Laurentia.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Paleontology, Metamorphic rock, Petrology, Igneous rock and Terrane. His Metamorphic rock study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Seismology, Fault, Cataclastic rock and Mylonite. His Petrology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Basement and Petrogenesis.
To a larger extent, Arthur W. Snoke studies Geochemistry with the aim of understanding Petrogenesis. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Felsic, Sedimentary rock, Laurentia, Thrust fault and Metamorphism. In his research on the topic of Terrane, Accretion and Imbrication is strongly related with Geomorphology.
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Fault-related Rocks: A Photographic Atlas
Arthur W. Snoke;Jan Tullis;Victoria R. Todd.
Character of the Alleghanian orogeny in the southern Appalachians: Part II. Geochronological constraints on the tectonothermal evolution of the eastern Piedmont in South Carolina
R. David Dallmeyer;James E. Wright;Donald T. Secor;Arthur W. Snoke.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1986)
Confirmation of the Carolina slate belt as an exotic terrane.
Donald T. Secor;Sara L. Samson;Arthur W. Snoke;Allison R. Palmer.
Bear Mountain Igneous Complex, Klamath Mountains, California: an Ultrabasic to Silicic Cale-Alkaline Suite
Arthur W. Snoke;James E. Quick;Harry R. Bowman.
Journal of Petrology (1981)
Time relations and structural-stratigraphic patterns in ophiolite accretion, west central Klamath Mountains, California
Jason B. Saleeby;Gregory D. Harper;Arthur W. Snoke;Warren D. Sharp.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1982)
Character of the Alleghanian orogeny in the southern Appalachians: Part III. Regional tectonic relations
Donald T. Secor;Arthur W. Snoke;R. David Dallmeyer.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1986)
Mid-crustal flow during Tertiary extension in the Ruby Mountains core complex, Nevada
Tyler MacCready;Arthur W. Snoke;James E. Wright;Keith A. Howard.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1997)
Significance and petrogenesis of mylonitic rocks
Jan Tullis;Arthur W. Snoke;Victoria R. Todd.
Thermochronologic Evidence of Major Tectonic Denudation Associated with Detachment Faulting, Northern Ruby Mountains : East Humboldt Range, Nevada
Roy K. Dokka;Michael J. Mahaffie;Arthur W. Snoke.
The Mesozoic‐Cenozoic tectonothermal evolution of the Ruby Mountains, East Humboldt Range, Nevada: A Cordilleran Metamorphic Core Complex
R. D. Dallmeyer;A. W. Snoke;E. H. McKee.
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