2023 - Research.com Earth Science in France Leader Award
Michel Faure spends much of his time researching Geochemistry, Paleontology, Paleozoic, Metamorphism and Seismology. Continental margin is closely connected to Subduction in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Geochemistry. His Paleozoic research incorporates themes from Metamorphic rock, Sedimentary rock, Ordovician, Late Devonian extinction and Devonian.
His research in Metamorphism intersects with topics in Orogeny, Eclogite and Continental collision. He interconnects Paleomagnetism, Shear zone and Carboniferous in the investigation of issues within Permian. His studies deal with areas such as Migmatite, Craton and Extensional tectonics as well as Massif.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geochemistry, Massif, Paleontology, Seismology and Pluton. His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Lineation and Shear zone. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nappe, Migmatite, Carboniferous, Geomorphology and Extensional tectonics.
His Paleontology study is mostly concerned with Paleozoic, Permian, Subduction, Devonian and Cretaceous. Seismology is closely attributed to Mesozoic in his work. The Pluton study which covers Petrology that intersects with Crust and Continental crust.
Michel Faure mainly investigates Paleontology, Geochemistry, Massif, Tectonics and Subduction. His study focuses on the intersection of Paleontology and fields such as Seismology with connections in the field of Shear. His Geochemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Lineation and Pluton.
His Massif research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cretaceous, Migmatite, Sedimentary rock and Metamorphism, Petrology. His research integrates issues of Eclogite and Granulite in his study of Metamorphism. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Paleomagnetism under Tectonics, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Permian, Petrography, Amphibole and Sedimentary basin.
His main research concerns Paleontology, Subduction, Geochemistry, Massif and Zircon. His Basement, Paleomagnetism, Craton and Orogeny study in the realm of Paleontology connects with subjects such as South china. Tectonics and Seismology are inextricably linked to his Subduction research.
His work focuses on many connections between Geochemistry and other disciplines, such as Pluton, that overlap with his field of interest in Lineation, Magmatism and Petrology. His Massif study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Metamorphic rock, Metamorphism and Cretaceous. The concepts of his Zircon study are interwoven with issues in Ophiolite, Mafic and Paleozoic.
The building of south China : Collision of Yangzi and cathaysia blocks, problems and tentative answers
Jacques Charvet;Jacques Charvet;Liangshu Shu;Yangshen Shi;Lingzhi Guo.
Journal of Southeast Asian Earth Sciences (1996)
Palaeozoic tectonic evolution of the Tianshan belt, NW China
Jacques Charvet;Liangshu S. Shu;Sébastien Laurent-Charvet;Bo Wang.
Science China-earth Sciences (2011)
Geochronological and geochemical features of the Cathaysia block (South China): New evidence for the Neoproterozoic breakup of Rodinia
Liangshu S. Shu;Michel Faure;Jinhai Yu;Bor-Ming Jahn.
Precambrian Research (2011)
Structural development of the Lower Paleozoic belt of South China: Genesis of an intracontinental orogen
Jacques Charvet;Liangshu S. Shu;Michel Faure;Flavien Choulet.
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences (2010)
Intracontinental subduction: a possible mechanism for the Early Palaeozoic Orogen of SE China
Michel Faure;Michel Faure;Liangshu S. Shu;Bo Wang;Jacques Charvet.
Terra Nova (2009)
Polyorogenic evolution of the Paleoproterozoic Trans-North China Belt, new insights from the in Lüliangshan-Hengshan-Wutaishan and Fuping massifs
Michel Faure;Pierre Trap;Wei Lin;Patrick Monié.
Late Paleoproterozoic (1900–1800Ma) nappe stacking and polyphase deformation in the Hengshan–Wutaishan area: Implications for the understanding of the Trans-North-China Belt, North China Craton
M. Faure;W. Lin;P. Monié.
Precambrian Research (2007)
Paleozoic tectonics of the southern Chinese Tianshan: Insights from structural, chronological and geochemical studies of the Heiyingshan ophiolitic mélange (NW China)
Bo Wang;Bo Wang;Bo Wang;Liangshu S. Shu;Michel Faure;Bor-Ming Jahn.
The South China block-Indochina collision: Where, when, and how?
Michel Faure;Claude Lepvrier;Vuong Van Nguyen;Tich Van Vu.
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences (2014)
Late orogenic carboniferous extensions in the Variscan French Massif Central
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