His primary areas of study are Subduction, Seismology, Paleontology, Structural basin and Rift. His studies in Subduction integrate themes in fields like Geochemistry and Mantle. His work in Seismology tackles topics such as Seafloor spreading which are related to areas like Plate tectonics.
His Structural basin study which covers Bathymetry that intersects with Focal mechanism and Inversion. His study focuses on the intersection of Rift and fields such as Magmatism with connections in the field of Passive margin, Volcanic passive margin, Continental margin and Crust. Brian Taylor interconnects Basalt, Mantle wedge and Back-arc basin in the investigation of issues within Island arc.
Brian Taylor focuses on Seismology, Rift, Paleontology, Subduction and Seafloor spreading. Oceanography is closely connected to Structural basin in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Seismology. His Rift research integrates issues from Geochemistry, Crust and Petrology.
In his study, Mantle wedge is strongly linked to Mantle, which falls under the umbrella field of Subduction. His research in Seafloor spreading focuses on subjects like Transform fault, which are connected to Echelon formation and Magnetic anomaly. His Volcanic arc study incorporates themes from Pacific Plate, Island arc and Oceanic crust.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Seismology, Paleontology, Rift, Structural basin and Seafloor spreading. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Ridge and Seismology. His Rift study deals with Basement intersecting with Plateau, Bathymetry and Lineation.
Brian Taylor has researched Structural basin in several fields, including Oceanography and Cretaceous. His Seafloor spreading study combines topics in areas such as Transform fault, Volcanic arc and Back-arc basin. His Back-arc basin research incorporates themes from Crustal recycling, Petrology, Mantle wedge and Lau Basin.
Brian Taylor spends much of his time researching Seismology, Rift, Structural basin, South china and Volcanic arc. Seismology is closely attributed to Ridge in his work. His study in Rift is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Continent-ocean boundary and Transform fault, Fault, Focal mechanism.
His Structural basin study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Marine geology, Oceanography, Tectonics and Magnetic anomaly. The concepts of his Volcanic arc study are interwoven with issues in Convergent boundary, Accretion, Pacific Plate and Oceanic trench. He has included themes like Subduction and Igneous rock in his Earth science study.
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Origin and History of the South China Sea Basin
Brian Taylor;Dennis E. Hayes.
The Tectonic and Geologic Evolution of Southeast Asian Seas and Islands: Part 2 (2013)
The tectonic evolution of the South China Basin
Brian Taylor;Dennis E. Hayes.
The Tectonic and Geologic Evolution of Southeast Asian Seas and Islands (2013)
Back-arc basin basalt systematics
Brian Taylor;Fernando Martinez.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2003)
Geodetic observations of very rapid convergence and back-arc extension at the Tonga arc
Michael Bevis;F. W. Taylor;B. E. Schutz;Jacques Recy.
Early Arc Volcanism and the Ophiolite Problem: A Perspective from Drilling in the Western Pacific
Sherman H. Bloomer;Brian Taylor;Christopher J. Macleod;Robert J. Stern.
The single largest oceanic plateau: Ontong Java–Manihiki–Hikurangi
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2006)
On the evolution of marginal basins
B. Taylor;G. D. Karner.
Reviews of Geophysics (1983)
Bismarck Sea: Evolution of a back-arc basin
Backarc basins : tectonics and magmatism
Across-arc geochemical trends in the Izu-Bonin arc: Contributions from the subducting slab
Alfred Hochstaedter;Jim Gill;Robert Peters;Phil Broughton.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2001)
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