Queens College, CUNY
Fellow of the Geological Society of America
Her main research concerns Seismology, Oceanography, Seismic gap, Structural basin and Continental margin. Her work on North Anatolian Fault is typically connected to Transpression as part of general Seismology study, connecting several disciplines of science. Her research on Oceanography often connects related topics like Glacial period.
Her work in Seismic gap covers topics such as Seiche which are related to areas like Tectonics. Her Structural basin course of study focuses on Holocene and Sill. Continental margin is a subfield of Paleontology that she explores.
Cecilia M. G. McHugh mainly investigates Oceanography, Seismology, Paleontology, Sedimentary rock and Sedimentary depositional environment. Within one scientific family, Cecilia M. G. McHugh focuses on topics pertaining to Glacial period under Oceanography, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Sill. Her study in the field of Fault, Subduction, Paleoseismology and North Anatolian Fault is also linked to topics like Trench.
Cecilia M. G. McHugh works mostly in the field of Fault, limiting it down to concerns involving Tectonics and, occasionally, Seismic gap. In her work, Progradation is strongly intertwined with Continental shelf, which is a subfield of Paleontology. Her studies deal with areas such as Submarine and Geomorphology as well as Sedimentary rock.
Her primary areas of study are Oceanography, Seismology, Trench, Sedimentary rock and Pleistocene. Her work on Paleoceanography, Monsoon, Holocene and Leeuwin current as part of general Oceanography study is frequently linked to Biogeosciences, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Seismology and Sedimentary depositional environment are frequently intertwined in her study.
Her Sedimentary rock study introduces a deeper knowledge of Paleontology. Her Pleistocene research includes themes of Glacial period, Structural basin and Paleoclimatology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Aftershock, Submarine and Bathymetry in addition to Sediment.
Cecilia M. G. McHugh mostly deals with Seismology, Pleistocene, Oceanography, Paleontology and Sedimentary rock. Her Seismology study combines topics in areas such as Sedimentary depositional environment and Elevation. The Sedimentary depositional environment study combines topics in areas such as Paleoseismology, Coring and Turbidite.
Many of her studies involve connections with topics such as Glacial period and Pleistocene. Her work carried out in the field of Oceanography brings together such families of science as Late Miocene and Interglacial. Her study on Paleoceanography, Siliciclastic, Fluvial and Piacenzian is often connected to Passive margin as part of broader study in Paleontology.
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Biologic and geologic characteristics of cold seeps in Monterey Bay, California
James P. Barry;H. Gary Greene;H. Gary Greene;Daniel L. Orange;Charles H. Baxter.
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers (1996)
Submarine earthquake geology along the North Anatolia Fault in the Marmara Sea, Turkey: A model for transform basin sedimentation
Cecilia M.G. McHugh;Cecilia M.G. McHugh;Leonardo Seeber;Marie-Helene Cormier;Jessica Dutton.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2006)
Widespread fluid expulsion on a translational continental margin: Mud volcanoes, fault zones, headless canyons, and organic-rich substrate in Monterey Bay, California
Daniel L. Orange;H. Gary Greene;H. Gary Greene;Don Reed;Jonathan B. Martin.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1999)
Holocene slip rate of the North Anatolian Fault beneath the Sea of Marmara
A. Polonia;L. Gasperini;Alessandro Amorosi;E. Bonatti.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2004)
Sea-level changes and depositional environments in the İzmit Gulf, eastern Marmara Sea, during the late glacial–Holocene period
M.N. Çağatay;N. Görür;A. Polonia;E. Demirbağ.
Marine Geology (2003)
The last reconnection of the Marmara Sea (Turkey) to the World Ocean: A paleoceanographic and paleoclimatic perspective
Cecilia M. G. McHugh;Cecilia M. G. McHugh;Damayanti Gurung;Liviu Giosan;William B. F. Ryan.
Marine Geology (2008)
Uplift and subsidence from oblique slip: the Ganos–Marmara bend of the North Anatolian Transform, western Turkey
L. Seeber;O. Emre;M.-H. Cormier;C.C. Sorlien.
Cenozoic mass-transport facies and their correlation with relative sea-level change, New Jersey continental margin
Cecilia M.G. McHugh;Cecilia M.G. McHugh;John E. Damuth;Gregory S. Mountain.
Marine Geology (2002)
North Anatolian Fault in the Gulf of Izmit (Turkey): Rapid vertical motion in response to minor bends of a nonvertical continental transform
Marie-Helene Cormier;Leonardo Seeber;Cecilia M. G. McHugh;Alina Polonia.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
Indonesian throughflow drove Australian climate from humid pliocene to arid pleistocene
Beth A. Christensen;Willem Renema;Jorijntje Henderiks;David De Vleeschouwer.
Geophysical Research Letters (2017)
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