Jean-Pierre Henriet mostly deals with Oceanography, Coral, Paleontology, Lophelia and Madrepora oculata. His study in Oceanography concentrates on Reef and Climate change. In his work, Megafauna, Demersal zone, Trawling, Sedimentary depositional environment and Sonar is strongly intertwined with Porcupine, which is a subfield of Coral.
His study looks at the relationship between Paleontology and topics such as Geomorphology, which overlap with Mud volcano, Quaternary, Volcano and Lithology. In his research, Hiatus, Northern Hemisphere, Stratification and Terrigenous sediment is intimately related to Deep-water coral, which falls under the overarching field of Lophelia. His Madrepora oculata study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Water mass and Holocene.
His main research concerns Oceanography, Paleontology, Geochemistry, Coral and Porcupine. He has included themes like Sediment and Continental margin in his Oceanography study. His research ties Geomorphology and Paleontology together.
His study in Diagenesis and Mud volcano falls within the category of Geochemistry. Jean-Pierre Henriet specializes in Coral, namely Lophelia. Jean-Pierre Henriet works on Lophelia which deals in particular with Madrepora oculata.
Jean-Pierre Henriet mainly investigates Oceanography, Paleontology, Coral, Marine geology and Geochemistry. His Oceanography study incorporates themes from Canyon and Ecosystem. When carried out as part of a general Paleontology research project, his work on Pleistocene, Cenozoic, Paleozoic and Devonian is frequently linked to work in Gravity, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His research integrates issues of Sedimentary rock and Quaternary in his study of Pleistocene. The Coral study combines topics in areas such as Mud volcano, Porcupine, Escarpment, Sedimentary depositional environment and Plio-Pleistocene. His work on Diagenesis as part of general Geochemistry study is frequently linked to Remanence, Earth's magnetic field and Magnetism, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His primary scientific interests are in Oceanography, Paleontology, Coral, Coral reef and Lophelia. His research on Oceanography focuses in particular on Bay. Many of his research projects under Paleontology are closely connected to International network and Coring with International network and Coring, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
His Coral research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Rubble, Escarpment and Mud volcano. His study explores the link between Coral reef and topics such as Reef that cross with problems in Sediment trap, Ice age, Temperate climate, Polar front and Mediterranean sea. His research in Lophelia is mostly focused on Madrepora oculata.
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Large deep-water coral banks in the Porcupine Basin, southwest of Ireland
B De Mol;P Van Rensbergen;S Pillen;K Van Herreweghe.
Marine Geology (2002)
Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change
J.-P. Henriet;J. Mienert.
Geological Society Special Publication (1998)
Gas hydrate crystals may help build reefs
J. P. Henriet;B. De Mol;S. Pillen;M. Vanneste.
Tsunamigenic-seismogenic structures, neotectonics, sedimentary processes and slope instability on the southwest Portuguese Margin
P. Terrinha;L.M. Pinheiro;J.-P. Henriet;L. Matias.
Marine Geology (2003)
The El Arraiche mud volcano field at the Moroccan Atlantic slope, Gulf of Cadiz
Pieter Van Rensbergen;Davy Depreiter;Bart Pannemans;Geert Moerkerke.
Marine Geology (2005)
Seismic evidence of current-controlled sedimentation in the Belgica mound province, upper Porcupine slope, southwest of Ireland
D Van Rooij;B De Mol;V Huvenne;M Ivanov.
Marine Geology (2003)
Eastern North Atlantic deep-sea corals: tracing upper intermediate water Δ14C during the Holocene
N. Frank;M. Paterne;L. Ayliffe;T.C.E. van Weering.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2004)
Age constraints on the origin and growth history of a deep-water coral mound in the northeast Atlantic drilled during Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Expedition 307
Akihiro Kano;Timothy G. Ferdelman;Trevor Williams;Jean-Pierre Henriet.
A 3D seismic study of the morphology and spatial distribution of buried coral banks in the Porcupine Basin, SW of Ireland
V.A.I Huvenne;B De Mol;J.-P Henriet.
Marine Geology (2003)
Stimulation of in vitro anaerobic oxidation of methane rate in a continuous high-pressure bioreactor.
Yu Zhang;Jean-Pierre Henriet;Jeroen Bursens;Nico Boon.
Bioresource Technology (2010)
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