Barbara Carrapa mainly investigates Paleontology, Plateau, Foreland basin, Geomorphology and Thermochronology. Her study in Paleontology focuses on Provenance, Sedimentary rock, Cretaceous, Late Miocene and Cenozoic. Her research integrates issues of Structural basin, Aridification and Terrane in her study of Plateau.
Barbara Carrapa has included themes like Elevation and Geochemistry in her Structural basin study. In her research, Alluvial fan is intimately related to Paleocurrent, which falls under the overarching field of Foreland basin. Barbara Carrapa focuses mostly in the field of Thermochronology, narrowing it down to matters related to Fission track dating and, in some cases, Detritus.
Paleontology, Structural basin, Foreland basin, Geochemistry and Geomorphology are her primary areas of study. Her research in Paleontology tackles topics such as Plateau which are related to areas like Lithosphere. In her study, Paleogene is inextricably linked to Aridification, which falls within the broad field of Structural basin.
Her Foreland basin research focuses on Provenance and how it relates to Late Miocene. Her Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sedimentation, Tectonics and Earth science. Her Thermochronology research includes themes of Mineralogy and Fission track dating.
Her primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Geochemistry, Cenozoic, Foreland basin and Tectonics. Her study in the field of Cretaceous, Mesozoic, Structural basin and Unconformity is also linked to topics like Kinematics. The various areas that she examines in her Cretaceous study include Nappe, Geologic map and Inversion.
Her work is dedicated to discovering how Structural basin, Sedimentology are connected with Neogene and Late Miocene and other disciplines. Her Foreland basin research incorporates elements of Sedimentary rock, Subduction and Provenance. Her Tectonics research includes elements of Conglomerate, Canyon, Window and Paleoclimatology.
Her primary areas of study are Paleontology, Cenozoic, Aridification, Unconformity and Central asia. Her is doing research in Flat slab subduction, Laramide orogeny, Structural basin, Cretaceous and Phanerozoic, both of which are found in Paleontology. Her Cenozoic study incorporates themes from Geochemistry, Zircon and Geochronology.
Her studies in Aridification integrate themes in fields like Neogene, Climate model and Late Miocene. Her Unconformity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Orogeny, Flysch, Subsidence, Sedimentary depositional environment and Terrane. Central asia is integrated with Elevation, Climatology, Westerlies, Orography and Middle latitudes in her research.
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Tectonics and Climate of the Southern Central Andes
M.R. Strecker;R.N. Alonso;B. Bookhagen;B. Carrapa.
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences (2007)
Thermochronologic evidence for plateau formation in central Tibet by 45 Ma
Alexander Rohrmann;Paul Kapp;Barbara Carrapa;Peter W. Reiners.
Cenozoic foreland basin system in the central Andes of northwestern Argentina: Implications for Andean geodynamics and modes of deformation
P. G. Decelles;B. Carrapa;Brian K Horton;G. E. Gehrels.
Sedimentology, provenance and geochronology of the upper Cretaceous-lower Eocene western Xigaze forearc basin, southern Tibet
Devon A. Orme;Barbara Carrapa;Paul Kapp.
Basin Research (2015)
Oligocene range uplift and development of plateau morphology in the southern central Andes
Barbara Carrapa;Dirk Adelmann;G. E. Hilley;Estelle Mortimer.
Eocene exhumation and basin development in the Puna of northwestern Argentina
B. Carrapa;P. G. DeCelles.
Detrital zircon U-Pb ages provide provenance and chronostratigraphic information from Eocene synorogenic deposits in northwestern Argentina
P.G. DeCelles;B. Carrapa;G.E. Gehrels.
Late Cretaceous-early Eocene Laramide uplift, exhumation, and basin subsidence in Wyoming: Crustal responses to flat slab subduction
Majie Fan;Barbara Carrapa.
Does the topographic distribution of the central Andean Puna Plateau result from climatic or geodynamic processes
M. R. Strecker;R. Alonso;B. Bookhagen;B. Carrapa.
Propagation of orographic barriers along an active range front: insights from sandstone petrography and detrital apatite fission-track thermochronology in the intramontane Angastaco basin, NW Argentina
Isabelle Coutand;Isabelle Coutand;Barbara Carrapa;Anke Deeken;Axel K. Schmitt.
Basin Research (2006)
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