Ken McCaffrey focuses on Seismology, Sinistral and dextral, Geochemistry, Paleontology and Slip. Ken McCaffrey combines subjects such as Shear and Quaternary with his study of Seismology. Ken McCaffrey has included themes like Shear zone and Pluton in his Geochemistry study.
His Strain partitioning and Rift study in the realm of Paleontology interacts with subjects such as Systematics, Line and Vein. His study looks at the intersection of Slip and topics like Fault with Lidar, Curvature, Gaussian curvature and Stress field. Ken McCaffrey focuses mostly in the field of Igneous rock, narrowing it down to matters related to Fractal dimension and, in some cases, Mineralogy.
Ken McCaffrey mainly focuses on Seismology, Paleontology, Fault, Rift and Slip. His research combines Geomorphology and Paleontology. His work in Fault addresses subjects such as Petrology, which are connected to disciplines such as Magma.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Rift, Crust is strongly linked to Lithosphere. His Sinistral and dextral research integrates issues from Strain partitioning and Shear zone. The concepts of his Shear zone study are interwoven with issues in Geochemistry and Pluton.
Ken McCaffrey mostly deals with Rift, Paleontology, Fault, Slip and Petrology. His work carried out in the field of Rift brings together such families of science as Lithosphere, Plate tectonics and Terrane. In the field of Paleontology, his study on Tectonics and Fluvial overlaps with subjects such as Inheritance.
As a part of the same scientific family, Ken McCaffrey mostly works in the field of Fault, focusing on Outcrop and, on occasion, Scaling. Ken McCaffrey interconnects Seismology, Seismic hazard and Geodetic datum in the investigation of issues within Slip. His Seismology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bedrock and Collapse.
Ken McCaffrey spends much of his time researching Rift, Paleontology, Plate tectonics, Lithosphere and Tectonics. His Rift research includes elements of Basement, Ridge, Continental crust and Subsidence. The various areas that Ken McCaffrey examines in his Basement study include Cretaceous, Clastic rock, Fracture, Geochemistry and Fault.
His research investigates the link between Continental crust and topics such as Oceanic crust that cross with problems in Transtension, Transpression, Craton, Diachronous and Igneous rock. His study in Terrane, Crust and Quaternary falls under the purview of Paleontology. His studies in Shear integrate themes in fields like Fracture zone and Magmatism.
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Granite magma formation, transport and emplacement in the Earth's crust.
N. Petford;A.R. Cruden;K.J.W. McCaffrey;J.-L. Vigneresse.
Unlocking the spatial dimension: digital technologies and the future of geoscience fieldwork
K.J.W. McCaffrey;R.R. Jones;R.E. Holdsworth;R.W. Wilson.
Journal of the Geological Society (2005)
Are granitic intrusions scale invariant
K. J. W. McCaffrey;N. Petford.
Journal of the Geological Society (1997)
Integration of regional to outcrop digital data: 3D visualisation of multi-scale geological models
R. R. Jones;K. J. W. McCaffrey;P. Clegg;R. W. Wilson.
Computers & Geosciences (2009)
Growth of plutons by floor subsidence : implications for rates of emplacement, intrusion spacing and melt-extraction mechanisms.
A.R. Cruden;K.J.W. McCaffrey.
Physics and Chemistry of The Earth Part A-solid Earth and Geodesy (2001)
Influence of layering on vein systematics in line samples
P. A. Gillespie;J. D. Johnston;M. A. Loriga;K. J. W. McCaffrey.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (1999)
Igneous emplacement in a transpressive shear zone: Ox Mountains igneous complex
K. J. W. Mccaffrey.
Journal of the Geological Society (1992)
The Ketilidian orogen of South Greenland: geochronology, tectonics, magmatism, and fore-arc accretion during Palaeoproterozoic oblique convergence
A.A. Garde;M.A. Hamilton;B. Chadwick;J. Grocott.
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2002)
Fractal geometries of vein systems and the variation of scalingrelationships with mechanism
J.D. Johnston;K.J.W. McCaffrey.
Journal of Structural Geology (1996)
Fractures, Fluid Flow and Mineralization
Ken McCaffrey;Lidia Lonergan;Jamie Wilkinson.
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