Douglas S. Wilson mainly investigates Magnetic anomaly, Ridge, Seismology, Juan de Fuca Plate and Oceanic crust. His work in Ridge covers topics such as Petrology which are related to areas like Igneous rock, Lava and Magma. His Seismology study focuses mostly on Rift and Mid-ocean ridge.
The Oceanic crust study combines topics in areas such as Seafloor spreading, Pelagic sediment, Terrigenous sediment, Ridge and Neogene. His Neogene study results in a more complete grasp of Paleontology. He combines subjects such as Climate change and Mediterranean Basin with his study of Paleontology.
His main research concerns Paleontology, Seismology, Oceanic crust, Seafloor spreading and Magnetic anomaly. His study in Rift, Terrane, Paleomagnetism, Magnetostratigraphy and Neogene are all subfields of Paleontology. Rift is the subject of his research, which falls under Geomorphology.
His Oceanic crust research includes elements of Igneous rock, Section, Crust and Dike, Petrology. His Seafloor spreading research includes themes of Lineation, Lithosphere, Plate tectonics and Seamount. His studies in Magnetic anomaly integrate themes in fields like Juan de Fuca Plate, Ridge and Geodesy.
Douglas S. Wilson mainly focuses on Paleontology, Antarctic ice sheet, Terrane, Oceanic crust and Tectonics. The Paleontology study which covers Hotspot that intersects with Farallon Plate. The concepts of his Antarctic ice sheet study are interwoven with issues in Ice dynamics, Ice stream and Ice sheet.
His work deals with themes such as Sea ice and Ice shelf, Antarctic sea ice, Ice-sheet model, which intersect with Ice sheet. His studies deal with areas such as Physical geography and Sea ice thickness as well as Geomorphology. He works mostly in the field of Magnetic anomaly, limiting it down to topics relating to Seafloor spreading and, in certain cases, Seismology and Seamount, as a part of the same area of interest.
Douglas S. Wilson mainly investigates Ice sheet, Antarctic ice sheet, Cryosphere, Ice stream and Ice-sheet model. His studies in Ice sheet integrate themes in fields like Sea ice, Ice shelf and Antarctic sea ice. The Antarctic sea ice study combines topics in areas such as Sea ice thickness and Physical geography.
His Ice-sheet model research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Glacier morphology, Seabed gouging by ice and Ice age.
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Chronology, causes and progression of the Messinian salinity crisis
W. Krijgsman;F. J. Hilgen;I. Raffi;F. J. Sierro.
Bedmap2: improved ice bed, surface and thickness datasets for Antarctica
Peter Fretwell;Hamish D. Pritchard;David G. Vaughan;J. L. Bamber.
The Cryosphere (2012)
Petrologic consequences of rift propagation on oceanic spreading ridges
John M. Sinton;Douglas S. Wilson;David M. Christie;Richard N. Hey.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1983)
Confidence intervals for motion and deformation of the Juan de Fuca Plate
Douglas S. Wilson.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1993)
Drilling to gabbro in intact ocean crust
Douglas S. Wilson;Damon A.H. Teagle;Jeffrey C. Alt;Neil R. Banerjee.
History of rift propagation and magnetization intensity for the Cocos-Nazca sspreading Center
Douglas S. Wilson;Richard N. Hey.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1995)
Tectonic history of the Juan de Fuca Ridge over the last 40 million years
Douglas S. Wilson.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1988)
Propagation as a mechanism of reorientation of the Juan de Fuca Ridge
Douglas S. Wilson;Richard N. Hey;Clyde Nishimura.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1984)
Antarctic topography at the Eocene–Oligocene boundary
Douglas S. Wilson;Stewart S.R. Jamieson;Peter J. Barrett;German Leitchenkov.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (2012)
Fastest known spreading on the Miocene Cocos‐Pacific Plate Boundary
Douglas S. Wilson.
Geophysical Research Letters (1996)
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