Mike Leeder mainly focuses on Paleontology, Sediment, Sedimentary rock, Alluvium and Geomorphology. His work on Sediment gravity flow, Sedimentary budget and Suspended load as part of general Sediment study is frequently linked to Gravity, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Sedimentary rock study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Fault.
His Fault study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sedimentary basin, Structural basin and Basement. His work carried out in the field of Alluvium brings together such families of science as Geochemistry, Stratification and Sinuosity. The various areas that Mike Leeder examines in his Geomorphology study include Floodplain and Stratigraphy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Paleontology, Geomorphology, Rift, Fault and Structural basin. In his work, Peninsula is strongly intertwined with Sea level, which is a subfield of Paleontology. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Geomorphology, concentrating on Floodplain and intersecting with Channel.
His Rift study combines topics in areas such as Plio-Pleistocene and Graben. Mike Leeder has researched Fault in several fields, including Horst, Passive margin and Holocene. His studies deal with areas such as Lithosphere and North sea as well as Structural basin.
Mike Leeder spends much of his time researching Rift, Paleontology, Structural basin, Geomorphology and Tectonics. The Rift study combines topics in areas such as Fault and Submarine pipeline. His studies in Fault integrate themes in fields like Sedimentary rock and Passive margin.
His Paleontology study focuses on Tectonic uplift in particular. His Geomorphology research integrates issues from Stratigraphy and Sea level. The study incorporates disciplines such as Marine isotope stage and Cenozoic in addition to Tectonics.
Rift, Sedimentary rock, Seismology, Half-graben and Paleontology are his primary areas of study. His Rift study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Fault. He has included themes like Fault linkage, Sinistral and dextral and Submarine pipeline in his Sedimentary rock study.
His Seismology and Overprinting and Tectonics investigations all form part of his Seismology research activities. His Half-graben research is classified as research in Geomorphology. His Structural basin research incorporates elements of Lithosphere and Magmatism.
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Tectono-sedimentary evolution of active extensional basins
R. L. Gawthorpe;M. R. Leeder.
Basin Research (2000)
Sedimentary models for extensional tilt-block/half-graben basins
M. R. Leeder;R. L. Gawthorpe.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (1987)
A simulation model of alluvial stratigraphy
John S. Bridge;Michael R. Leeder.
Preliminary conclusions of the Royal Society and Academia Sinica 1985 geotraverse of Tibet
Chang Chengfa;Chen Nansheng;M. P. Coward;Deng Wanming.
Sediment gravity flows
M. R. Leeder.
Sedimentology and Sedimentary Basins: From Turbulence to Tectonics
M. R. Leeder.
The interaction between normal faulting and drainage in active extensional basins, with examples from the western United States and central Greece
M. R. Leeder;J. A. Jackson.
Basin Research (1993)
Active Tectonic Control on Alluvial Architecture
Jan Alexander;Mike R. Leeder.
Fluviatile fining-upwards cycles and the magnitude of palaeochannels
M. R. Leeder.
Geological Magazine (1973)
Sediment supply and climate change: implications for basin stratigraphy
Mike R. Leeder;Tracey Harris;Mike J. Kirkby.
Basin Research (1998)
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