Her primary scientific interests are in Sedimentary rock, Geomorphology, Sedimentary depositional environment, Seafloor spreading and Contourite. Her Sedimentary rock research includes themes of Structural basin, Tectonics, Continental margin, Continental shelf and Turbidity current. She has included themes like Quaternary and Paleogene in her Tectonics study.
Geomorphology is closely attributed to Fault in her study. Her Sedimentary depositional environment study deals with the bigger picture of Paleontology. Her work in Seafloor spreading tackles topics such as Sedimentary basin which are related to areas like Progradation.
Gemma Ercilla spends much of her time researching Geomorphology, Sedimentary rock, Paleontology, Contourite and Oceanography. Her Geomorphology study combines topics in areas such as Continental shelf, Tectonics and Bathymetry. Her study in Sedimentary rock is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sedimentary depositional environment, Structural basin, Seafloor spreading and Continental margin.
Gemma Ercilla works mostly in the field of Sedimentary depositional environment, limiting it down to topics relating to Facies and, in certain cases, Geochemistry. When carried out as part of a general Paleontology research project, her work on Quaternary, Pleistocene, Neogene and Glacial period is frequently linked to work in Margin, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Her research integrates issues of Water mass, Canyon and Sedimentation in her study of Contourite.
Gemma Ercilla mainly investigates Paleontology, Contourite, Sedimentary rock, Mediterranean climate and Tectonics. Her Paleontology and Continental margin, Quaternary, Pleistocene, Turbidite and Volcanic cone investigations all form part of her Paleontology research activities. Gemma Ercilla combines subjects such as Continental shelf, Canyon and Facies with her study of Contourite.
Her Sedimentary rock study incorporates themes from Slope stability and Seafloor spreading. Her Tectonics research incorporates themes from Submarine landslide, Structural basin, Late Miocene and Fault. Landslide is a subfield of Geomorphology that Gemma Ercilla investigates.
Her primary areas of study are Paleontology, Contourite, Continental margin, Tectonics and Sedimentary rock. Her Contourite study is within the categories of Sedimentary depositional environment, Geomorphology and Turbidite. Her work deals with themes such as Sedimentary basin, Sediment, Facies and Interglacial, which intersect with Sedimentary depositional environment.
Gemma Ercilla usually deals with Geomorphology and limits it to topics linked to Ridge and Canyon. Her work in Tectonics addresses issues such as Fault, which are connected to fields such as Structural basin, Marine transgression, Seafloor spreading and Continental shelf. Her study in Outburst flood extends to Sedimentary rock with its themes.
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Gas-charged sediments and large pockmark-like features on the Gulf of Cadiz slope (SW. Spain)
Jesu´s Baraza;Gemma Ercilla.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (1996)
Along-slope oceanographic processes and sedimentary products around the Iberian margin
Francisco Javier Hernández-Molina;Nuno Serra;Dorik A. V. Stow;Estefanía Llave.
Geo-marine Letters (2011)
Sedimentary processes in the Selvage sediment‐wave field, NE Atlantic: new insights into the formation of sediment waves by turbidity currents
Russell B. Wynn;Philip P. E. Weaver;Gemma Ercilla;Dorrik A. V. Stow.
Contourite processes associated with the Mediterranean Outflow Water after its exit from the Strait of Gibraltar: Global and conceptual implications
F.J. Hernandez-Molina;Estefanía Llave;B. Preu;Gemma Ercilla.
Stratal architecture of Western Mediterranean Margins as the result of the stacking of Quaternary lowstand deposits below ‘glacio-eustatic fluctuation base-level’
F.L. Chiocci;G. Ercilla;J. Torre.
Sedimentary Geology (1997)
Mud volcanoes and gas hydrates in the Anaximander mountains (Eastern Mediterranean Sea)
V. Lykousis;S. Alexandri;J.M. Woodside;de G. Lange.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (2009)
History of mud diapirism and trigger mechanisms in the Western Alboran Sea
F. Pérez-Belzuz;B. Alonso;G. Ercilla.
Potential geologic hazards on the eastern Gulf of Cadiz slope (SW Spain)
J Baraza;G Ercilla;C H. Nelson.
Marine Geology (1999)
The Le Danois Contourite Depositional System: Interactions between the Mediterranean Outflow Water and the upper Cantabrian slope (North Iberian margin)
D. Van Rooij;Jorge Iglesias;Francisco J. Hernández-Molina;Gemma Ercilla.
Marine Geology (2010)
Structure of mud volcano systems and pockmarks in the region of the Ceuta Contourite Depositional System (Western Alborán Sea)
Luis Somoza;Teresa Medialdea;Ricardo León;Gemma Ercilla.
Marine Geology (2012)
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