Carlton E. Brett focuses on Paleontology, Devonian, Ecology, Facies and Paleozoic. Taphonomy, Ordovician, Paleoecology, Biostratigraphy and Sequence stratigraphy are among the areas of Paleontology where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His Ordovician research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Trace fossil and Carbonate hardgrounds.
His Devonian research includes themes of Sedimentary depositional environment and Range. His Facies study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sedimentary rock and Diagenesis. His study in Paleozoic is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Holdfast, Permian, Trilobite and Algae.
Carlton E. Brett mostly deals with Paleontology, Devonian, Ordovician, Facies and Taphonomy. Paleontology is frequently linked to Carbonate hardgrounds in his study. His work is dedicated to discovering how Devonian, Unconformity are connected with Foreland basin and other disciplines.
His Ordovician research includes elements of Outcrop, Crinoid and Oil shale. Carlton E. Brett works in the field of Facies, focusing on Siliciclastic in particular. His research in Taphonomy intersects with topics in Range, Continental shelf, Oceanography, Sediment and Diagenesis.
His main research concerns Paleontology, Ordovician, Devonian, Katian and Paleoecology. His research on Paleontology frequently links to adjacent areas such as Carbonate hardgrounds. His biological study deals with issues like Sequence stratigraphy, which deal with fields such as Unconformity, Conodont and Arch.
His Devonian study combines topics in areas such as Paleoclimatology, Paleozoic, Milankovitch cycles, Biota and Lithology. He interconnects Sedimentary rock and Petrography in the investigation of issues within Katian. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Taphonomy, Shoal and Group.
Carlton E. Brett mainly investigates Paleontology, Devonian, Ordovician, Sequence stratigraphy and Sedimentary depositional environment. His Paleontology study is mostly concerned with Sequence, Facies, Siliciclastic, Stage and Structural basin. His work deals with themes such as Shoal and Terrigenous sediment, which intersect with Facies.
His Devonian study incorporates themes from Paleozoic, Conodont, Tegmen, Paleoecology and Lithology. While the research belongs to areas of Sequence stratigraphy, Carlton E. Brett spends his time largely on the problem of Unconformity, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Trace fossil. His Sedimentary depositional environment study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sedimentary rock and Geochemistry.
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Comparative taphonomy; a key to paleoenvironmental interpretation based on fossil preservation
Carlton E. Brett;Gordon C. Baird.
The mid-Paleozoic precursor to the Mesozoic marine revolution
Philip W. Signor;Carlton E. Brett.
Sequence stratigraphy, biostratigraphy, and taphonomy in shallow marine environments
Carlton E. Brett.
Black shale deposition and faunal overturn in the Devonian Appalachian Basin: Clastic starvation, seasonal water-column mixing, and efficient biolimiting nutrient recycling
Adam E. Murphy;Bradley B. Sageman;David J. Hollander;Timothy W. Lyons.
Trilobite taphonomy and middle Devonian taphofacies
Stephen Eric Speyer;Carlton E. Brett.
Sequences, cycles, and basin dynamics in the Silurian of the Appalachian Foreland Basin
Carlton E. Brett;William M. Goodman;Steven T. LoDuca.
Sedimentary Geology (1990)
Revised correlation of Silurian Provincial Series of North America with global and regional chronostratigraphic units and delta 13C(carb) chemostratigraphy
Bradley D. Cramer;Carlton E. Brett;Michael J. Melchin;Peep Männik.
Absolute depths of Silurian benthic assemblages
Carlton E. Brett;Arthur J. Boucot;Brian Jones.
Coordinated stasis: An overview
Carlton E. Brett;Linda C. Ivany;Kenneth M. Schopf.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (1996)
Sequence stratigraphy, paleoecology, and evolution; biotic clues and responses to sea-level fluctuations
Carlton E. Brett.
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