His scientific interests lie mostly in Diapir, Salt tectonics, Paleontology, Salt glacier and Geomorphology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Overburden and Evaporite in addition to Diapir. His Salt tectonics research incorporates themes from Sedimentary basin, Dome, Geochemistry and Buoyancy.
The concepts of his Salt glacier study are interwoven with issues in Lineation, Salt dome, Mineralogy, Petrology and Halite. His work deals with themes such as Shear and Shear zone, which intersect with Salt dome. In his research on the topic of Geomorphology, Slab and Volcanic rock is strongly related with Tectonics.
Christopher J. Talbot mainly investigates Petrology, Diapir, Geochemistry, Seismology and Geomorphology. His Petrology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Structural basin, Overburden and Tectonics. His Diapir research includes elements of Salt dome, Sedimentary rock and Mineralogy.
His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mylonite and Mushroom. The Seismology study combines topics in areas such as Deformation and Crust. His biological study deals with issues like Fold, which deal with fields such as Structural geology.
His primary areas of study are Seismology, Geomorphology, Geochemistry, Shear zone and Diapir. His Geomorphology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Paleontology. His research integrates issues of Salt glacier and Mushroom in his study of Geochemistry.
His work in Shear zone addresses issues such as Shear, which are connected to fields such as Geophysics. Christopher J. Talbot combines subjects such as Mineralogy, Erosion and Newtonian fluid with his study of Diapir. His studies in Tectonics integrate themes in fields like Geodetic datum, Geodesy, Petrology, Escarpment and Plateau.
Christopher J. Talbot mainly focuses on Geomorphology, Diapir, Geochemistry, Tectonics and Potash. He interconnects Volcanic rock, Slab, Paleontology, Island arc and Ophiolite in the investigation of issues within Geomorphology. The various areas that Christopher J. Talbot examines in his Diapir study include Marine erosion, Holocene and Evaporite.
He has included themes like Mylonite and Salt glacier in his Geochemistry study. His Salt glacier research incorporates elements of Ice stream, Ice divide, Rotten ice, Subaerial and Halite. Christopher J. Talbot has researched Tectonics in several fields, including Petrology, Compressibility, Erosion and Grain size.
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A new tectonic scenario for the Sanandaj–Sirjan Zone (Iran)
A Ghasemi;Christopher J. Talbot.
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences (2006)
External shapes, strain rates, and dynamics of salt structures
Martin P Jackson;C. J. Talbot.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1986)
Progressive unconformities within an evolving foreland fold–thrust belt, Zagros Mountains
Khaled Hessami;Hemin A. Koyi;Christopher J. Talbot;Hadi Tabasi.
Journal of the Geological Society (2001)
Salt Diapirs of the Great Kavir, Central Iran
Martin P Jackson;R. R. Cornelius;C. H. Craig;A. Gansser.
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF STRIKE-SLIP FAULTING IN THE BASEMENT OF THE ZAGROS FOLD AND THRUST BELT
Khaled Hessami;Hemin Koyi;CJ Talbot.
Journal of Petroleum Geology (2001)
Active deformation within the Zagros Mountains deduced from GPS measurements
Khaled Hessami;Khaled Hessami;Faramarz Nilforoushan;Christopher J. Talbot.
Journal of the Geological Society (2006)
Age, budget and dynamics of an active salt extrusion in Iran
C.J Talbot;R.J Jarvis.
Journal of Structural Geology (1984)
Internal Kinematics of Salt Diapirs
C. J. Talbot;M. P. A. Jackson.
AAPG Bulletin (1987)
THE CONFIGURATION OF THE BASEMENT BENEATH THE ZAGROS BASIN
A. Bahroudi;C. J. Talbot.
Journal of Petroleum Geology (2003)
A Glossary of Salt Tectonics
Martin P. A. Jackson;Christopher J. Talbot.
Geological Circular - Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin (1991)
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