His primary areas of study are Geomorphology, Turbidity current, Geotechnical engineering, Fluvial and Submarine. His work on Alluvium, Meander, Sedimentary depositional environment and Deposition as part of general Geomorphology study is frequently linked to Bedding, bridging the gap between disciplines. Jeff Peakall combines subjects such as Aggradation, Debris, Debris flow, Geometry and Turbidite with his study of Turbidity current.
His Geotechnical engineering research incorporates elements of Turbulence, Mechanics, Internal wave, Plug flow and Petrology. His Petrology study incorporates themes from Sedimentary rock, Sediment and Bedform. The various areas that Jeff Peakall examines in his Submarine study include Abyssal zone, Sediment transport and Earth science.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mechanics, Geomorphology, Geotechnical engineering, Submarine and Turbidity current. His Mechanics research incorporates themes from Settling and Particle size. His Geomorphology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Paleontology.
His Geotechnical engineering study also includes
His main research concerns Mechanics, Lagrangian particle tracking, Aggradation, Paleontology and Dewatering. His Aggradation study is concerned with Geomorphology in general. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ridge, Bathymetry and Seamount in addition to Geomorphology.
His Fluid dynamics study which covers Turbulent diffusion that intersects with Gravity current and Bedform. His work carried out in the field of Facies brings together such families of science as Sedimentary rock, Clastic rock, Outcrop, Arctic and Petrology. As part of the same scientific family, Jeff Peakall usually focuses on Particulates, concentrating on Debris and intersecting with Turbidity current.
His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Mechanics, Structural basin, Arctic and Facies. He has researched Mechanics in several fields, including Gravity current, Clarifier and Calcite. His Gravity current research includes elements of Turbulence, Boundary layer, Geostrophic wind and Contourite.
His research integrates issues of Architecture and Vegetation in his study of Structural basin. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Sedimentary structures, focusing on Turbidite and, on occasion, Turbidity current. Jeff Peakall usually deals with Sedimentary basin and limits it to topics linked to Sedimentary depositional environment and Sedimentation, Fluvial, Earth science, Range and Geologic record.
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Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs): Their past, present and future contributions to the advancement of marine geoscience
Russell B. Wynn;Veerle A.I. Huvenne;Timothy P. Le Bas;Bramley J. Murton.
Marine Geology (2014)
A Process Model for the Evolution, Morphology, and Architecture of Sinuous Submarine Channels
Jeff Peakall;Bill McCaffrey;Ben Kneller.
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2000)
Sinuous deep-water channels: Genesis, geometry and architecture
Russell B. Wynn;Bryan T. Cronin;Jeff Peakall.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (2007)
Beds comprising debrite sandwiched within co-genetic turbidite: origin and widespread occurrence in distal depositional environments
P. J. Talling;L. A. Amy;L. A. Amy;R. B. Wynn;J. Peakall.
Physical modelling in fluvial geomorphology: principles, applications and unresolved issues
J. Peakall;Philip Ashworth;J.L. Best.
The scientific nature of geomorphology: Proceedings of the 27th Binghamton Symposium in Geomorphology (1996)
Measuring flow velocity and sediment transport with an acoustic Doppler current profiler
Ray Kostaschuk;James Leonard Best;Paul Villard;Jeff Peakall.
Depositional processes, bedform development and hybrid bed formation in rapidly decelerated cohesive (mud–sand) sediment flows
Jaco H. Baas;James L. Best;Jeffrey Peakall.
A Phase Diagram for Turbulent, Transitional, and Laminar Clay Suspension Flows
Jaco H. Baas;James L. Best;Jeffrey Peakall;Mi Wang.
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2009)
Meander-Bend Evolution, Alluvial Architecture, and the Role of Cohesion in Sinuous River Channels: A Flume Study
Jeff Peakall;Philip J. Ashworth;James L. Best.
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2007)
Flow structure in sinuous submarine channels: Velocity and turbulence structure of an experimental submarine channel
Gareth M. Keevil;Jeff Peakall;James Leonard Best;Kathryn J. Amos.
Marine Geology (2006)
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