2023 - Research.com Earth Science in Australia Leader Award
Mike Sandiford spends much of his time researching Lithosphere, Crust, Seismology, Geochemistry and Continental crust. His research integrates issues of Denudation, Deformation and Geophysics in his study of Lithosphere. He has researched Crust in several fields, including Metamorphism and Mantle.
Mike Sandiford combines subjects such as Metamorphic rock, Thermal subsidence and Orogeny with his study of Metamorphism. In the field of Seismology, his study on Intraplate earthquake, Fault, Subduction and Induced seismicity overlaps with subjects such as Stress field. His Geochemistry research includes elements of Fold and Proterozoic.
Mike Sandiford mainly investigates Geochemistry, Lithosphere, Metamorphism, Seismology and Paleontology. Many of his studies on Geochemistry apply to Proterozoic as well. His work deals with themes such as Geophysics, Mantle, Crust, Petrology and Continental margin, which intersect with Lithosphere.
His research in Crust is mostly focused on Continental crust. His work carried out in the field of Metamorphism brings together such families of science as Metamorphic rock, Fold, Granulite, Metamorphic facies and Terrane. The Metamorphic rock study combines topics in areas such as Shear zone and Biotite, Hornblende.
His primary areas of investigation include Paleontology, Seismology, Induced seismicity, Slab and Geochemistry. His work in Paleontology tackles topics such as Plateau which are related to areas like Global climate and Batholith. His work in the fields of Intraplate earthquake, Seismic gap and Plate tectonics overlaps with other areas such as Edge.
His Intraplate earthquake study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Tectonics. His Induced seismicity study also includes
His scientific interests lie mostly in Paleontology, Seismology, Provenance, Zircon and Seismic gap. His research in Seismology intersects with topics in Stalagmite and Cave. His Geochronology study combines topics in areas such as Metamorphism, Metamorphic rock, Isotopes of argon and Hornblende.
His Plate tectonics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Intraplate earthquake, Passive margin, Inversion and Continental margin. His Intraplate earthquake study is focused on Tectonics in general. His Terrane research incorporates elements of Felsic, Igneous rock, Crust, Pilbara Craton and Archean.
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Deep crustal metamorphism during continental extension: modern and ancient examples
Michael Sandiford;Roger Powell.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1986)
Some geodynamic and compositional constraints on postorogenic magmatism
Simon Turner;Mike Sandiford;John Foden.
Asymmetric extension associated with uplift and subsidence in the Transantarctic Mountains and Ross Embayment
Paul G. Fitzgerald;Paul G. Fitzgerald;Michael Sandiford;Peter J. Barrett;Andrew J.W. Gleadow.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1986)
Neotectonics of southeastern Australia: linking the Quaternary faulting record with seismicity and in situ stress
Geological Society of America Special Papers (2003)
Topography, boundary forces, and the Indo‐Australian intraplate stress field
David D. Coblentz;David D. Coblentz;Shaohua Zhou;Shaohua Zhou;Richard R. Hillis;Randall M. Richardson.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1998)
Some remarks on high-temperature—low-pressure metamorphism in convergent orogens
M. Sandiford;R. Powell.
Journal of Metamorphic Geology (1991)
Palaeozoic synorogenic sedimentation in central and northern Australia: a review of distribution and timing with implications for the evolution of intracontinental orogens
P. W. Haines;M. Hand;M. Sandiford.
Australian Journal of Earth Sciences (2001)
Intraplate deformation in central Australia, the link between subsidence and fault reactivation
Martin Hand;Mike Sandiford.
Origin of the in situ stress field in south-eastern Australia
Mike Sandiford;Malcolm Wallace;David Coblentz.
Basin Research (2004)
Regional geochemistry and continental heat flow: implications for the origin of the South Australian heat flow anomaly
Narelle Neumann;Mike Sandiford;John Foden.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2000)
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