Ken McClay spends much of his time researching Seismology, Rift, Graben, Fold and Thrust fault. As part of his studies on Seismology, Ken McClay often connects relevant subjects like Sedimentary rock. His Sedimentary rock research entails a greater understanding of Paleontology.
His Rift study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Fault. His Graben study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sedimentary basin, Detachment fault and Extensional fault. His Fold research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Shear, Foreland basin and Accretionary wedge.
Ken McClay mostly deals with Seismology, Paleontology, Fault, Rift and Tectonics. His Seismology study frequently links to other fields, such as Structural basin. His Paleontology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Geomorphology.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Fault, Basement are connected with Terrace and other disciplines. His studies deal with areas such as Fault block, Precambrian and Lithosphere as well as Rift. Ken McClay has included themes like Sedimentary basin, Strike-slip tectonics, Growth fault and Petrology in his Graben study.
His primary areas of investigation include Paleontology, Fault, North west, Rift and Seismology. While the research belongs to areas of Paleontology, Ken McClay spends his time largely on the problem of Submarine pipeline, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Mediterranean climate. Ken McClay usually deals with Fault and limits it to topics linked to Basement and Paleozoic and Echelon formation.
The various areas that Ken McClay examines in his Rift study include Fault block, Fold, Petrology and Metamorphic core complex. His work on Extensional fault, Inversion and Growth fault as part of general Seismology study is frequently linked to 3d geometry, bridging the gap between disciplines. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Petroleum reservoir under Sedimentary rock, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Sedimentary basin and Tectonics.
Ken McClay focuses on Extensional fault, Rift, Inversion, Seismology and Petrology. His Extensional fault research includes elements of Fold and Syncline. His research integrates issues of Nappe, Detachment fault, Metamorphic core complex and Crust in his study of Rift.
In his study, Paleozoic and Basement is strongly linked to Fault, which falls under the umbrella field of Inversion. His study deals with a combination of Seismology and 3d geometry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Salt tectonics, Diapir, Overburden and Welding in addition to Petrology.
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The Red Sea and Gulf of Aden Basins
William Bosworth;Philippe Huchon;Ken McClay.
Journal of African Earth Sciences (2005)
Physical models of thrust wedges
Liu Huiqi;K. R. McClay;D. Powell.
Analog models of restraining stepovers in strike-slip fault systems
Ken McClay;Massimo Bonora.
AAPG Bulletin (2001)
Analog Modeling of Pull-Apart Basins
Tim Dooley;Ken McClay.
AAPG Bulletin (1997)
Analogue modelling of orthogonal and oblique rifting
K.R. McClay;M.J. White.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (1995)
Extensional fault systems in sedimentary basins: a review of analogue model studies
Marine and Petroleum Geology (1990)
4D analogue modelling of transtensional pull-apart basins
Jonathan E. Wu;Ken McClay;Paul Whitehouse;Tim P Dooley.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (2009)
Geometries of extensional fault systems developed in model experiments
K. R. McClay;P. G. Ellis.
Geometry and Kinematics of Single-Layer Detachment Folds
Josep Poblet;Ken McClay.
AAPG Bulletin (1996)
Influence of syntectonic sedimentation on thrust wedges in analogue models
Fabrizio Storti;Ken McClay.
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