His scientific interests lie mostly in Seismology, Geomorphology, Seafloor spreading, Plate tectonics and Oceanic crust. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Estuary and Continental shelf. His Continental shelf research incorporates themes from Sedimentary depositional environment, Sedimentary rock, Sediment transport and Sea level.
As a part of the same scientific study, James A. Austin usually deals with the Seafloor spreading, concentrating on Transtension and frequently concerns with Triple junction and Slab window. His Plate tectonics study incorporates themes from Transform fault, Basement and Holocene. His Oceanic crust study is concerned with Paleontology in general.
James A. Austin spends much of his time researching Paleontology, Continental shelf, Geomorphology, Seismology and Oceanography. His Continental shelf study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sediment transport, Quaternary, Continental margin, Sedimentary depositional environment and Stratigraphy. His Continental margin research focuses on subjects like Passive margin, which are linked to Clastic wedge.
His work deals with themes such as Seafloor spreading, Sea level and Bathymetry, which intersect with Geomorphology. His work on Submarine pipeline expands to the thematically related Seismology. His work in the fields of Holocene and Seabed overlaps with other areas such as Ocean exploration.
James A. Austin mostly deals with Paleontology, Oceanography, Seismology, Geomorphology and Bathymetry. James A. Austin combines subjects such as Continental shelf and Peninsula with his study of Paleontology. His Continental shelf research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Glacial period and Siliciclastic.
James A. Austin usually deals with Oceanography and limits it to topics linked to Marine transgression and Inlet, Outwash plain, Facies and Last Glacial Maximum. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sequence stratigraphy and Submarine pipeline in addition to Seismology. His work on Fluvial as part of general Geomorphology research is frequently linked to Base, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Seismology, Sediment, Subduction, Submarine pipeline and Oceanic crust are his primary areas of study. His study in Seismology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Neogene and Paleontology. His studies deal with areas such as Continental shelf and Geophysical mapping as well as Paleontology.
His Sediment research incorporates themes from Ecology, Methane and Nautilus. The Subduction study combines topics in areas such as Shear and Plate tectonics. James A. Austin interconnects Passive margin, Rift, Continental crust and Plate reconstruction in the investigation of issues within Oceanic crust.
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Continental-Oceanic Crustal Transition Off Southwest Africa
James A. Austin;Elazar Uchupi.
AAPG Bulletin (1982)
Deep structure of the U.S. Atlantic continental margin, offshore South Carolina, from coincident ocean bottom and multichannel seismic data
W. Steven Holbrook;E. C. Reiter;G. M. Purdy;D. Sawyer.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1994)
Continental margin sedimentation : from sediment transport to sequence stratigraphy
Charles A. Nittrouer;James A. Austin;Michael E. Field;Joseph H. Kravitz.
Published in <b>2007</b> in Malden Mass) by Blackwell (2007)
Effects of Canary hotspot volcanism on structure of oceanic crust off Morocco
James S. Holik;Philip D. Rabinowitz;James A. Austin.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1991)
Rift propagation, detachment faulting, and associated magmatism in Bransfield Strait, Antarctic Peninsula
Daniel H. N. Barker;Daniel H. N. Barker;James A. Austin.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1998)
Tracking the last sea-level cycle: Seafloor morphology and shallow stratigraphy of the latest Quaternary New Jersey middle continental shelf
Catherine Schuur Duncan;John A. Goff;James A. Austin;Craig S. Fulthorpe.
Marine Geology (2000)
Crustal structure of the Southeast Georgia embayment-Carolina trough: Preliminary results of a composite seismic image of a continental suture(?) and a volcanic passive margin
James A. Austin;Paul L. Stoffa;Joseph D. Phillips;Jinyong Oh.
Deep penetrating MCS imaging of the rift-to-drift transition, offshore Douala and North Gabon basins, West Africa
Jayson B. Meyers;Bruce R. Rosendahl;Henrike Groschel-Becker;James A. Austin.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (1996)
Seismic Facies of Incised-Valley Fills, New Jersey Continental Shelf: Implications for Erosion and Preservation Processes Acting During Latest Pleistocene–Holocene Transgression
Sylvia Nordfjord;John A Goff;James A Austin;Sean S Gulick.
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2006)
Seismic geomorphology of buried channel systems on the New Jersey outer shelf: assessing past environmental conditions
Sylvia Nordfjord;John A. Goff;James A. Austin;Christopher K. Sommerfield.
Marine Geology (2005)
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