Jonathan M. Bull mainly focuses on Seismology, Fault, Rift, Lithosphere and Subduction. Plate tectonics, Tectonics, Basement, Intraplate earthquake and Graben are the primary areas of interest in his Seismology study. As a part of the same scientific study, Jonathan M. Bull usually deals with the Fault, concentrating on Crust and frequently concerns with Seamount, Discontinuity and Continental collision.
His biological study deals with issues like Submarine pipeline, which deal with fields such as Sedimentary rock, Sedimentary basin, Neotectonics, Chronostratigraphy and Spectral signature. Jonathan M. Bull combines subjects such as Induced seismicity and Pleistocene with his study of Lithosphere. His research investigates the connection between Subduction and topics such as Trench that intersect with problems in Structural geology, Magnitude, Prism, Earthquake rupture and Décollement.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Seismology, Fault, Rift, Seabed and Sediment. His study in Plate tectonics, Graben, Subduction, Tectonics and Lithosphere is carried out as part of his Seismology studies. Jonathan M. Bull interconnects Reflection and Basement in the investigation of issues within Fault.
The concepts of his Rift study are interwoven with issues in Volcano, Submarine pipeline and Slip. His study on Seabed also encompasses disciplines like
Jonathan M. Bull spends much of his time researching Seismology, Pockmark, Rift, Seabed and Methane. Much of his study explores Seismology relationship to Bathymetry. The various areas that he examines in his Rift study include Slip, Fault slip, Rhyolite and Mantle.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Hydrophone, Overburden, Bubble and Underwater in addition to Seabed. His Methane research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Seafloor spreading, Mineralogy and Geomorphology. The Fault study combines topics in areas such as Intraplate earthquake, Chronostratigraphy and Water column.
His main research concerns Rift, Seismology, Seabed, Geochemistry and Seafloor spreading. His Rift research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Lava, Pyroclastic rock, Scoria and Felsic. His study in Seismology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Slip and Mantle.
His Seabed study combines topics in areas such as Hydrophone, Surface wave, Range and Underwater. His research investigates the connection between Geochemistry and topics such as Bathymetry that intersect with issues in Bioturbation, Sediment, Sedimentary rock, Dredging and Turbidite. His Seafloor spreading research integrates issues from Seawater, Submarine pipeline and Petroleum engineering.
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Sampling power-law distributions
G. Pickering;J.M. Bull;D.J. Sanderson.
Detection and impacts of leakage from sub-seafloor deep geological carbon dioxide storage
Jerry Blackford;Henrik Stahl;Jonathan M. Bull;Benoît J.P. Bergès.
Nature Climate Change (2014)
Fault reactivation in the central Indian Ocean and the rheology of oceanic lithosphere
Jonathan M. Bull;Roger A. Scrutton.
Fault architecture, basin structure and evolution of the Gulf of Corinth Rift, central Greece
R. E. Bell;L. C. McNeill;J. M. Bull;T. J. Henstock.
Basin Research (2009)
Seismic reflection images of intraplate deformation, central Indian Ocean, and their tectonic significance
J. M. Bull;R. A. Scrutton.
Journal of the Geological Society (1992)
Evidence for multiphase folding of the central Indian Ocean lithosphere
K.S. Krishna;J.M. Bull;R.A. Scrutton.
Marine baseline and monitoring strategies for carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS)
Jerry Blackford;Jonathan M. Bull;Melis Cevatoglu;Douglas P. Connelly.
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control (2015)
Evolution of the offshore western Gulf of Corinth
Rebecca E. Bell;Lisa C. McNeill;Jonathan M. Bull;Timothy J. Henstock.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2008)
Contrasting Décollement and Prism Properties over the Sumatra 2004–2005 Earthquake Rupture Boundary
Simon M. Dean;Lisa C. McNeill;Timothy J. Henstock;Jonathan M. Bull.
Reflection coefficient calculation from marine high resolution seismic reflection (Chirp) data and application to an archaeological case study
Jonathan M. Bull;Rory Quinn;Justin K. Dix.
Marine Geophysical Researches (1998)
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