Ian G. Macintyre focuses on Reef, Acropora, Paleontology, Oceanography and Lithification. Reef is a subfield of Ecology that Ian G. Macintyre studies. His research integrates issues of Fringing reef and Sea level in his study of Acropora.
His Oceanography study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Radiocarbon dating. In his study, Sediment is inextricably linked to Stromatolite, which falls within the broad field of Lithification. He interconnects Sulfide, Sulfate and Mineralogy, Petrography in the investigation of issues within Carbonate.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Oceanography, Reef, Coral reef, Paleontology and Ecology. His research combines Radiocarbon dating and Oceanography. As part of his studies on Reef, Ian G. Macintyre frequently links adjacent subjects like Coral.
His Paleontology research integrates issues from Bay, Stromatolite, Intertidal zone and Algae. Ian G. Macintyre has researched Stromatolite in several fields, including Micrite and Sediment. His Acropora research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Agaricia tenuifolia and Sea-level curve.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Oceanography, Reef, Coral reef, Acropora and Fringing reef. He mostly deals with Holocene in his studies of Oceanography. His work carried out in the field of Reef brings together such families of science as Silt, Sediment, Geomorphology and Geochemistry, Calcite.
His Coral reef research is classified as research in Ecology. His Acropora research includes themes of Mangrove, Sea-level curve, Intertidal zone and Barrier reef. The concepts of his Fringing reef study are interwoven with issues in Paleontology, Environmental issues with coral reefs and Stromatolite.
His main research concerns Reef, Coral reef, Oceanography, Lithification and Scleractinia. Reef is often connected to Silt in his work. His Coral reef study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Global warming, Ecosystem, Upwelling and Hiatus.
He is interested in Holocene, which is a field of Oceanography. His Lithification research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Matrix and Calcite. His Scleractinia study incorporates themes from Dominance, Biodiversity, Acropora and Porites.
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The role of microbes in accretion, lamination and early lithification of modern marine stromatolites
R. P. Reid;P. T. Visscher;A. W. Decho;J. F. Stolz.
Crustose Coralline Algae: A Re-evaluation in the Geological Sciences
W. H. Adey;I. G. Macintyre.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1973)
Corrected western Atlantic sea-level curve for the last 11,000 years based on calibrated 14C dates from Acropora palmata framework and intertidal mangrove peat
Marguerite A. Toscano;Ian G. Macintyre.
Coral Reefs (2003)
Acropora palmata reef framework: A reliable indicator of sea level in the western atlantic for the past 10,000 years
R. G. Lighty;I. G. Macintyre;R. Stuckenrath.
Coral Reefs (1982)
Formation of lithified micritic laminae in modern marine stromatolites (Bahamas); the role of sulfur cycling
Pieter T. Visscher;R. Pamela Reid;Brad M. Bebout;Shelley E. Hoeft.
American Mineralogist (1998)
Distribution of Submarine Cements in a Modern Caribbean Fringing Reef, Galeta Point, Panama
Ian G. MacIntyre.
Journal of Sedimentary Research (1978)
THE EXPANDING SCALE OF SPECIES TURNOVER EVENTS ON CORAL REEFS IN BELIZE
Ecological Monographs (2002)
PHASE SHIFTS, ALTERNATIVE STATES, AND THE UNPRECEDENTED CONVERGENCE OF TWO REEF SYSTEMS
Evolution of Modern Caribbean Fringing Reef, Galeta Point, Panama
I. G. Macintyre;P. W. Glynn.
AAPG Bulletin (1976)
Coral bleach-out in Belize
Richard B. Aronson;William F. Precht;Ian G. Macintyre;Thaddeus J. T. Murdoch.
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