J. Casey Moore mainly focuses on Seismology, Subduction, Petrology, Accretionary wedge and Thrust fault. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ophiolite and Sediment, Geomorphology. His Petrology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Tectonics, Cataclasite and Underplating.
His Accretionary wedge research includes themes of Fluid dynamics, Anticline, Permeability and Décollement. The various areas that J. Casey Moore examines in his Décollement study include Neogene, Pelagic sediment and Oceanic crust. The concepts of his Thrust fault study are interwoven with issues in Ridge and Volcanic arc.
His primary areas of study are Seismology, Accretionary wedge, Subduction, Paleontology and Petrology. His Seismology study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Borehole. His Accretionary wedge research incorporates elements of Permeability, Sedimentary rock, Strike-slip tectonics, Seafloor spreading and Underplating.
His research investigates the link between Subduction and topics such as Sediment that cross with problems in Deformation. His Petrology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fluid dynamics, Consolidation, Accretionary complex and Active fault. His Thrust fault study deals with Canyon intersecting with Anticline.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Seismology, Borehole, Subduction, Petrology and Thrust fault. His study in Seismology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Slip and Seafloor spreading. He combines subjects such as Graben, Plate tectonics, Horst, Tectonostratigraphy and Décollement with his study of Subduction.
The concepts of his Petrology study are interwoven with issues in Fluid dynamics, Ridge and Diagenesis. His Thrust fault research integrates issues from Canyon and Overprinting. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Deformation and Accretionary wedge.
J. Casey Moore mostly deals with Seismology, Subduction, Thrust fault, Borehole and Slip. Plate tectonics, Accretionary wedge, Fault, Earthquake rupture and Décollement are subfields of Seismology in which his conducts study. His Accretionary wedge study results in a more complete grasp of Tectonics.
His Décollement research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Aseismic creep, Petrology, Lithology, Cleavage and Terrane. His Borehole research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Stress drop, Horizontal stress, Forearc and Stress change. His Slip research incorporates themes from Strike-slip tectonics and Seafloor spreading.
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Fluids in accretionary prisms
J. Casey Moore;Peter Vrolijk.
Reviews of Geophysics (1992)
Updip limit of the seismogenic zone beneath the accretionary prism of southwest Japan: An effect of diagenetic to low-grade metamorphic processes and increasing effective stress
J. Casey Moore;Demian Saffer.
Geology of the southern Alaska margin
George Plafker;J. Casey Moore;Gary R. Winkler.
Biological communities at vent sites along the subduction zone off Oregon
Erwin Suess;Bobb Carson;Scott D. Ritger;J. Casey Moore.
Bulletin of The Biological Society of Washington (1985)
Tectonics and hydrogeology of accretionary prisms: role of the décollement zone
Journal of Structural Geology (1989)
Structure and composition of the plate-boundary slip zone for the 2011 Tohoku-Oki earthquake.
Frederick M. Chester;Christie Rowe;Kohtaro Ujiie;James Kirkpatrick.
Tectonics and hydrogeology of the northern Barbados Ridge: Results from Ocean Drilling Program Leg 110
J. Casey Moore;Alain Mascle;Elliott Taylor;Patrick Andreieff.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1988)
Structural style and kinematics of an underplated slate belt, Kodiak and adjacent islands, Alaska
James C. Sample;J. Casey Moore.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1987)
Landward vergence and oblique structural trends in the Oregon margin accretionary prism: Implications and effect on fluid flow
Mary E. MacKay;Gregory F. Moore;Guy R. Cochrane;J. Casey Moore.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1992)
Seismically inferred dilatancy distribution, northern Barbados Ridge decollement: Implications for fluid migration and fault strength
Thomas H. Shipley;Gregory F. Moore;Nathan L. Bangs;J. Casey Moore.
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