Jean-Yves Collot mostly deals with Seismology, Subduction, Plate tectonics, Hikurangi Margin and Tectonics. His research links Lithosphere with Subduction. Jean-Yves Collot combines subjects such as Extensional fault, Interplate earthquake, Mass wasting and Mantle with his study of Plate tectonics.
His work carried out in the field of Hikurangi Margin brings together such families of science as Passive margin, Trough, Seamount and Debris flow. As part of his studies on Tectonics, Jean-Yves Collot often connects relevant subjects like Petrology. His work deals with themes such as Continental margin, Transpression and Collision zone, which intersect with Accretionary wedge.
His primary areas of study are Subduction, Seismology, Tectonics, Paleontology and Trench. His Subduction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fault, Plate tectonics and Basement. In Plate tectonics, he works on issues like Strike-slip tectonics, which are connected to Convergent boundary and Seafloor spreading.
His Seismology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ridge and Bathymetry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Canyon and Geomorphology in addition to Tectonics. His studies deal with areas such as Sedimentary rock and Debris flow as well as Geomorphology.
Jean-Yves Collot focuses on Subduction, Paleontology, Seismology, Tectonics and Basement. His Subduction research integrates issues from Geodynamics, Nappe and Bathymetry. His Bathymetry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Geophysical imaging, Megathrust earthquake, Deep sea and Aseismic slip.
His Paleontology research focuses on Canyon and how it relates to Landslide and Graded bedding. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Seismology and Trench. His Basement study which covers Fault that intersects with Oceanic crust, Epicenter, Unconformity and Farallon Plate.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Subduction, Seismology, Seamount, Trench and Aseismic slip. His Subduction research incorporates themes from Canyon and Terrane. Jean-Yves Collot has included themes like Landslide, Graded bedding, Continental shelf, Paleoseismology and Turbidite in his Canyon study.
His Terrane study combines topics in areas such as Adakite, Obduction, Crust, Lithosphere and Peridotite. His Aseismic slip study incorporates themes from Megathrust earthquake, Bathymetry and Geophysical imaging. The Oceanic crust study combines topics in areas such as Fault, Basement, Epicenter and Plate tectonics.
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Tectonic segmentation of the North Andean margin: impact of the Carnegie Ridge collision
M.-A Gutscher;J Malavieille;S Lallemand;J.-Y Collot.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1999)
Zealandia: Earth’s Hidden Continent
Nick Mortimer;Hamish J. Campbell;Andy J. Tulloch;Peter R. King.
Gsa Today (2017)
The giant Ruatoria debris avalanche on the northern Hikurangi margin, New Zealand: Result of oblique seamount subduction
Jean-Yves Collot;Keith Lewis;Geoffroy Lamarche;Serge Lallemand.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
Arc-continent collision in Taiwan: New marine observations and tectonic evolution
Jacques Malavieille;Serge E. Lallemand;Stephane Dominguez;Anne Deschamps.
Geological Society of America Special Papers (2002)
The dammed Hikurangi Trough: a channel‐fed trench blocked by subducting seamounts and their wake avalanches (New Zealand–France GeodyNZ Project)
Keith B. Lewis;Jean‐Yves Collot;Serge E. Lallem.
Basin Research (1998)
Strain partitioning in the transition area between oblique subduction and continental collision, Hikurangi margin, New Zealand
Philip M. Barnes;Bernard Mercier de Lépinay;Jean-Yves Collot;Jean Delteil.
Lithosphere delamination with foundering of lower crust and mantle caused permanent subsidence of New Caledonia Trough and transient uplift of Lord Howe Rise during Eocene and Oligocene initiation of Tonga‐Kermadec subduction, western Pacific
Rupert Sutherland;Julien Collot;Yves Lafoy;Graham A. Logan.
Recent tectonics associated with the subduction/ collision of the d'entrecasteaux Zone in the central New Hebrides
J.Y. Collot;J. Daniel;R.V. Burne.
An Outline of the Geology of New Caledonia; from Permian - Mesozoic Southeast Gondwanaland Active Margin to Cenozoic Obduction and Supergene Evolution
Dominique Cluzel;Pierre Maurizot;Julien Collot;Brice Sevin.
From Oblique Subduction to Intra-Continental Transpression: Structures of the Southern Kermadec-Hikurangi Margin from Multibeam Bathymetry, Side-Scan Sonar and Seismic Reflection
Jean-Yves Collot;Jean Delteil;Keith B. Lewis;Bryan Davy.
Marine Geophysical Researches (1996)
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