Jacob A. Covault mainly investigates Turbidite, Sedimentary depositional environment, Paleontology, Geomorphology and Submarine pipeline. His study looks at the intersection of Turbidite and topics like Turbidity current with Aggradation, Channelized, Erosion and Sediment gravity flow. Jacob A. Covault works mostly in the field of Sedimentary depositional environment, limiting it down to topics relating to Sediment transport and, in certain cases, Littoral zone and Radiocarbon dating, as a part of the same area of interest.
His study in the fields of Structural basin under the domain of Paleontology overlaps with other disciplines such as Context. His studies deal with areas such as Monterey Canyon and Bedform as well as Submarine pipeline. Within one scientific family, Jacob A. Covault focuses on topics pertaining to Canyon under Bedform, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Oceanography.
Jacob A. Covault spends much of his time researching Paleontology, Geomorphology, Structural basin, Sedimentary depositional environment and Sediment. His research investigates the connection between Geomorphology and topics such as Submarine that intersect with problems in Seismology. The various areas that Jacob A. Covault examines in his Structural basin study include Hydrology and Bathymetry.
His work deals with themes such as Continental shelf, Oceanography, Submarine pipeline and Mass wasting, which intersect with Sedimentary depositional environment. His Sediment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Denudation, Erosion, Geochemistry and Continental margin. Many of his research projects under Sedimentary rock are closely connected to Context with Context, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Jacob A. Covault mostly deals with Paleontology, Sediment, Continental margin, Submarine and Structural basin. His study in Cretaceous and Sedimentary depositional environment is carried out as part of his Paleontology studies. His Sedimentary depositional environment research includes elements of Outcrop and Seafloor spreading.
His work carried out in the field of Sediment brings together such families of science as Geochemistry, Provenance, Zircon and Earth science. Jacob A. Covault has researched Continental margin in several fields, including Sedimentation and Submarine pipeline. His study in Structural basin is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Soil science and Sea level.
His primary areas of study are Sedimentation, Sediment, Curvature, Foreland basin and Permian. The study incorporates disciplines such as Soil science, Structural basin, Sea level and Continental margin in addition to Sedimentation. His Sediment study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Bedrock, Denudation, Erosion and Forcing.
His Foreland basin study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Geochemistry.
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Architecture of turbidite channel systems on the continental slope: Patterns and predictions
T. McHargue;M.J. Pyrcz;M.D. Sullivan;J.D. Clark.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (2011)
Environmental signal propagation in sedimentary systems across timescales
Brian W. Romans;Sébastien Castelltort;Jacob A. Covault;Andrea Fildani.
Earth-Science Reviews (2016)
Highstand fans in the California borderland: The overlooked deep-water depositional systems
Jacob A. Covault;William R. Normark;Brian W. Romans;Stephan A. Graham.
Submarine fans at all sea-level stands: Tectono-morphologic and climatic controls on terrigenous sediment delivery to the deep sea
Jacob A. Covault;Stephan A. Graham.
The Influence of Mass-Transport-Deposit Surface Topography on the Evolution of Turbidite Architecture: The Sierra Contreras, Tres Pasos Formation (Cretaceous), Southern Chile
Dominic A. Armitage;Brian W. Romans;Jacob A. Covault;Stephan A. Graham.
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2009)
Origins of large crescent-shaped bedforms within the axial channel of Monterey Canyon, offshore California
Charles K. Paull;William Ussler;David W. Caress;Eve Lundsten.
Intrinsic controls on the range of volumes, morphologies, and dimensions of submarine lobes
A. Prélat;J.A. Covault;D.M. Hodgson;A. Fildani.
Sedimentary Geology (2010)
Key Future Directions For Research On Turbidity Currents and Their Deposits
Peter J. Talling;Joshua Allin;Dominic A. Armitage;Robert W.C. Arnott.
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2015)
High-Relief Slope Clinoform Development: Insights from Outcrop, Magallanes Basin, Chile
Stephen M. Hubbard;Andrea Fildani;Brian W. Romans;Jacob A. Covault.
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2010)
Does the Great Valley Group contain Jurassic strata? Reevaluation of the age and early evolution of a classic forearc basin
Kathleen D. Surpless;Stephan A. Graham;Jacob A. Covault;Joseph L. Wooden.
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