His scientific interests lie mostly in Paleontology, Zoology, Clade, Ecology and Eutheria. He combines topics linked to Evolutionary biology with his work on Paleontology. His research in Zoology intersects with topics in Muroidea and Primate.
His Ecology research focuses on Neogene and how it connects with Monsoon. As a member of one scientific family, Jean-Jacques Jaeger mostly works in the field of Eutheria, focusing on Theria and, on occasion, Sivapithecus and Lufengpithecus. His Paleomagnetism study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Middle Miocene disruption, Permian, Mantle, Bangong suture and Gondwana.
Jean-Jacques Jaeger mainly investigates Paleontology, Zoology, Ecology, Paleogene and Fauna. He regularly links together related areas like Genus in his Paleontology studies. His Zoology research incorporates themes from Clade, Monophyly and Primate.
His studies deal with areas such as Evolutionary biology, Anthropoidea and Anatomy as well as Primate. His work deals with themes such as Neogene and Pleistocene, which intersect with Ecology. His study in the field of Upper eocene is also linked to topics like North africa.
His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Taxon, Ecology, Fauna and Zoology. His Paleontology and Structural basin, Paleogene, Biostratigraphy, Magnetostratigraphy and Late Miocene investigations all form part of his Paleontology research activities. His Taxon study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sister group, Clade, Biogeography and Primate.
His research integrates issues of Bay and Fossil wood in his study of Ecology. Jean-Jacques Jaeger has included themes like Assemblage, Cave and Pleistocene in his Fauna study. His Zoology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Rodent and Hominidae.
His primary areas of investigation include Paleontology, Zoology, Period, Ecology and Fauna. His Paleontology study often links to related topics such as African origin. His work on Muridae as part of general Zoology research is often related to Mitochondrial DNA, thus linking different fields of science.
His Period study combines topics in areas such as Magnetostratigraphy, China, Oceanography, Series and Chronology. In his work, Cenozoic, Taxon and Sus barbatus is strongly intertwined with Pleistocene, which is a subfield of Ecology. His Fauna research includes elements of Biostratigraphy, Stratigraphy and Rhinoceros.
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Structure and evolution of the Himalaya–Tibet orogenic belt
C. J. Allégre;V. Courtillot;P. Tapponnier;A. Hirn.
Deccan flood basalts at the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary?
Vincent Courtillot;Jean Besse;Didier Vandamme;Raymond Montigny.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1986)
Applications of X-ray synchrotron microtomography for non-destructive 3D studies of paleontological specimens
P. Tafforeau;R. Boistel;E. Boller;A. Bravin.
Applied Physics A (2006)
Paleontological view of the ages of the Deccan Traps, the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary, and the India-Asia collision
Jean-Jacques Jaeger;Vincent Courtillot;Paul Tapponnier.
Isotopic biogeochemistry ( 13 C, 18 O) of mammalian enamel from African Pleistocene hominid sites
Asian monsoons in a late Eocene greenhouse world
A. Licht;A. Licht;A. Licht;M. van Cappelle;M. van Cappelle;H. A. Abels;H. A. Abels;J.-B. Ladant.
High‐level phylogeny of early Tertiary rodents: dental evidence
Laurent Marivaux;Monique Vianey‐Liaud;Jean‐Jacques Jaeger.
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society (2004)
The fossil vertebrates from Lano (Basque Country, Spain); new evidence on the composition and affinities of the Late Cretaceous continental faunas of Europe
H. Astibia;E. Buffetaut;A.D. Buscalioni;H. Cappetta.
Terra Nova (1990)
A New Primate from the Middle Eocene of Myanmar and the Asian Early Origin of Anthropoids
J.-J. Jaeger;Tin Thein;M. Benammi;Y. Chaimanee.
Island biogeography of the Japanese terrestrial mammal assemblages: an example of a relict fauna
Virginie Millien-Parra;Jean-Jacques Jaeger.
Journal of Biogeography (1999)
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