His primary scientific interests are in Structural basin, Pleistocene, Rift, Paleontology and East African Rift. Jean-Jacques Tiercelin combines subjects such as Arid, Glacial lake, Glacial period and Shrub with his study of Pleistocene. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Radiocarbon dating, Triple junction, Oceanography, Shore and Proterozoic.
His research integrates issues of Outcrop and Holocene in his study of Shore. His East African Rift study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sedimentary rock and Volcanic rock. His Sedimentary rock study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Rift valley and Basement.
Jean-Jacques Tiercelin spends much of his time researching Paleontology, Rift, Geochemistry, East African Rift and Structural basin. His Paleontology research focuses on Human evolution and how it relates to Paleoclimatology, Stone tool, Paleoanthropology and Homo sapiens. His research in Rift intersects with topics in Outcrop, Alluvial fan, Oceanography and Fluvial.
In his research on the topic of Geochemistry, Subaerial, Hot spring and Hydrology is strongly related with Rift valley. His work in East African Rift covers topics such as Hydrothermal circulation which are related to areas like Carbonate minerals and Rift zone. His Sedimentary rock research integrates issues from Sediment and Geomorphology.
Jean-Jacques Tiercelin mainly investigates Paleontology, Rift, East African Rift, Structural basin and Sedimentary rock. Jean-Jacques Tiercelin regularly links together related areas like Permafrost in his Paleontology studies. His research on Rift frequently links to adjacent areas such as Holocene.
His study in East African Rift is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Alluvial fan, Half-graben, Archaeology and Cretaceous. His Sedimentary rock research incorporates themes from Storm, Sediment, Geomorphology and Shore. His biological study deals with issues like Geochemistry, which deal with fields such as Tufa and Hot spring.
His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Structural basin, Holocene, Rift and Rift valley. His work in the fields of Neogene and Paleogene overlaps with other areas such as Vertebrate. His research in Holocene focuses on subjects like Palynology, which are connected to Paleoclimatology and Climate change.
The concepts of his Paleoclimatology study are interwoven with issues in Deglaciation, Quaternary, Interglacial and Physical geography. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Rift and Context in his work. Jean-Jacques Tiercelin has researched Rift valley in several fields, including Geochemistry, Subaerial, Hot spring, Geomorphology and Human evolution.
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Tectonic Uplift and Eastern Africa Aridification
Pierre Sepulchre;Gilles Ramstein;Frédéric Fluteau;Mathieu Schuster.
New palaeogeographic and lake-level reconstructions of Lake Tanganyika: implications for tectonic, climatic and biological evolution in a rift lake
A. S. Cohen;K.-E. Lezzar;J.-J. Tiercelin;M. Soreghan.
Basin Research (1997)
The Ziway–Shala lake basin system, Main Ethiopian Rift: Influence of volcanism, tectonics, and climatic forcing on basin formation and sedimentation
Caroline Le Turdu;Jean-Jacques Tiercelin;Elisabeth Gibert;Yves Travi.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (1999)
East African mid-Holocene wet–dry transition recorded in palaeo-shorelines of Lake Turkana, northern Kenya Rift
Yannick Garcin;Daniel Melnick;Manfred R. Strecker;Daniel Olago.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2012)
The Karoo triple junction questioned: evidence from Jurassic and Proterozoic 40Ar/39Ar ages and geochemistry of the giant Okavango dyke swarm (Botswana)
F. Jourdan;G. Féraud;H. Bertrand;A.B. Kampunzu.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2004)
New seismic stratigraphy and Late Tertiary history of the North Tanganyika Basin, East African Rift system, deduced from multichannel and high‐resolution reflection seismic data and piston core evidence
K. E. Lezzar;J.-J. Tiercelin;M. De Batist;A. S. Cohen.
Basin Research (1996)
East African rift system: offset, age and tectonic significance of the Tanganyika-Rukwa-Malawi intracontinental transcurrent fault zone
J.J. Tiercelin;J. Chorowicz;H. Bellon;J.P. Richert.
Pollen-Derived Rainfall and Temperature Estimates from Lake Tanganyika and Their Implication for Late Pleistocene Water Levels
Annie Vincens;Françoise Chalié;Raymonde Bonnefille;Joel Guiot.
Quaternary Research (1993)
Lake Bogoria, Kenya Rift Valley — A Sedimentological Overview
Robin W. Renaut;Jean-Jacques Tiercelin.
Hydrothermal vents in Lake Tanganyika, East African, Rift system
Jean-Jacques Tiercelin;Catherine Pflumio;Maryse Castrec;Jacques Boulégue.
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