Daniel Garcia-Castellanos mainly investigates Geomorphology, Lithosphere, Foreland basin, Structural basin and Sedimentary basin. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Tectonics and Isostasy. His Tectonics research focuses on Salinity and how it relates to Mediterranean sea.
The Lithosphere study combines topics in areas such as Intraplate earthquake, Geophysics and Plate tectonics. He interconnects Lithospheric flexure and Sedimentary budget in the investigation of issues within Foreland basin. His work investigates the relationship between Fluvial and topics such as Mediterranean climate that intersect with problems in Sea level.
His main research concerns Lithosphere, Geomorphology, Paleontology, Structural basin and Tectonics. His studies deal with areas such as Petrology and Geophysics, Mantle as well as Lithosphere. His research integrates issues of Mediterranean climate and Isostasy in his study of Geomorphology.
His work in Paleontology tackles topics such as Mediterranean sea which are related to areas like Escarpment, Evaporite, Flood myth and Oceanography. His Structural basin research incorporates themes from Sedimentary rock and Sea level. His Tectonics research integrates issues from Neogene and Earth science.
Paleontology, Mediterranean sea, Lithosphere, Fluvial and Structural basin are his primary areas of study. His Cenozoic, Pleistocene and Accretion study, which is part of a larger body of work in Paleontology, is frequently linked to Delta, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Mediterranean sea study also includes
His study on Lithosphere is covered under Seismology. He combines subjects such as Terrace and Drainage with his study of Fluvial. His Structural basin research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mediterranean climate, Stratigraphy and Sea level.
Daniel Garcia-Castellanos mainly focuses on Paleontology, Mediterranean sea, Structural basin, Pleistocene and Escarpment. His Paleontology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Floodplain. The various areas that he examines in his Mediterranean sea study include Geophysics, Sedimentary rock, Evaporite, Flood myth and Canyon.
His Sedimentary rock research includes elements of Bedrock, Stratigraphy and Sea level. His Structural basin study frequently involves adjacent topics like Provenance. His Fluvial research includes themes of Drainage basin, Late Miocene, Terrace and Headward erosion.
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Catastrophic flood of the Mediterranean after the Messinian salinity crisis
Daniel Garcia-Castellanos;Ferran Estrada;I. Jimenez-Munt;Christian Gorini;Christian Gorini.
Interplay between tectonics, climate, and fluvial transport during the Cenozoic evolution of the Ebro Basin (NE Iberia)
Daniel Garcia-Castellanos;Jaume Vergés;Jorge Gaspar-Escribano;Sierd Cloetingh.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
Messinian salinity crisis regulated by competing tectonics and erosion at the Gibraltar arc
D. Garcia-Castellanos;A. Villaseñor.
Lithospheric memory, state of stress and rheology: neotectonic controls on Europe's intraplate continental topography.
S. Cloetingh;P.A. Ziegler;F. Beekman;P.A.M. Andriessen.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2005)
Lithospheric folding in Iberia
S. Cloetingh;E. Burov;F. Beekman;B. Andeweg.
Crustal-scale cross-sections across the NW Zagros belt: implications for the Arabian margin reconstruction
Jaume Vergés;Eduard Saura;Emilio Casciello;Manel Fernandez.
Geological Magazine (2011)
Interplay between lithospheric flexure and river transport in foreland basins
Basin Research (2002)
LitMod3D: An interactive 3-D software to model the thermal, compositional, density, seismological, and rheological structure of the lithosphere and sublithospheric upper mantle
J. Fullea;Juan Carlos Afonso;Juan Carlos Afonso;J. A. D. Connolly;Manel Fernandez.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2009)
Modeling the evolution of the Guadalquivir foreland basin (southern Spain)
Daniel García-Castellanos;Daniel García-Castellanos;Manel Fernandez;Montserrat Torné.
New constraints on the Messinian sealevel drawdown from 3D seismic data of the Ebro Margin, western Mediterranean
Roger Urgeles;Angelo Camerlenghi;Angelo Camerlenghi;Daniel Garcia-Castellanos;Ben De Mol.
Basin Research (2011)
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