École Normale Supérieure
Nicolas Coltice mainly investigates Mantle, Mantle convection, Earth's internal heat budget, Mantle wedge and Lithosphere. He combines topics linked to Earth science with his work on Mantle. In his research on the topic of Mantle convection, Mid-ocean ridge, Supercontinent cycle, Continental drift and Plate tectonics is strongly related with Hotspot.
His study in Mantle wedge focuses on Planetary differentiation in particular. His Planetary differentiation research incorporates elements of Fractional crystallization, Partial melting, Mineralogy, Petrology and Core–mantle boundary. Nicolas Coltice has researched Lithosphere in several fields, including Subduction, Oceanic crust, Continental margin and Continental crust.
Nicolas Coltice spends much of his time researching Mantle, Mantle convection, Geophysics, Plate tectonics and Lithosphere. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Supercontinent, Earth science and Archean. His Mantle convection research includes elements of Seafloor spreading and Hotspot.
Nicolas Coltice interconnects Seismology, Thermal and Convection in the investigation of issues within Geophysics. His Plate tectonics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Continental drift, Convergent boundary, Plume tectonics and Geodynamics. As part of the same scientific family, Nicolas Coltice usually focuses on Mantle wedge, concentrating on Core–mantle boundary and intersecting with Fractional crystallization, Partial melting and Mineralogy.
Mantle convection, Geophysics, Plate tectonics, Mantle and Tectonics are his primary areas of study. His Mantle convection study deals with Mantle plume intersecting with Plume and Hotspot. His Geophysics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ocean surface topography and Convection.
The various areas that Nicolas Coltice examines in his Plate tectonics study include Geodynamics and Plume tectonics. His research in Mantle focuses on subjects like Seafloor spreading, which are connected to Hydrothermal vent. In the field of Tectonics, his study on Mantle flow and Supercontinent overlaps with subjects such as Dynamic models, Algorithm and Focus.
Nicolas Coltice focuses on Mantle convection, Geophysics, Plate tectonics, Mantle and Tectonics. Nicolas Coltice combines subjects such as Seafloor spreading and Convection with his study of Mantle convection. His studies deal with areas such as Erosion and tectonics, Ocean surface topography, Supercontinent, Divergent boundary and Data assimilation as well as Geophysics.
Nicolas Coltice conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Supercontinent and Dynamic models through his works. His Divergent boundary research includes themes of Geodynamics, Convergent boundary and Mesoplates. Nicolas Coltice integrates many fields, such as Data assimilation and engineering, in his works.
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A crystallizing dense magma ocean at the base of the Earth’s mantle
Stéphane Labrosse;J. W. Hernlund;J. W. Hernlund;Nicolas Coltice;Nicolas Coltice.
Global warming of the mantle at the origin of flood basalts over supercontinents
N. Coltice;B.R. Phillips;H. Bertrand;Y. Ricard.
A case for late-Archaean continental emergence from thermal evolution models and hypsometry
Nicolas Flament;Nicolas Flament;Nicolas Coltice;Patrice F. Rey.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2008)
Geochemical observations and one layer mantle convection
Nicolas Coltice;Yanick Ricard.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1999)
Global warming of the mantle beneath continents back to the Archaean
Nicolas Coltice;Hervé Bertrand;Patrice Rey;Fred Jourdan.
Gondwana Research (2009)
Neoarchean lithospheric strengthening and the coupling of Earth's geochemical reservoirs
Patrice F. Rey;Nicolas Coltice.
Vers une typologie des dispositifs hybrides de formation en enseignement supérieur
R. Burton;S. Borruat;Bernadette Charlier;Nicolas Coltice.
Distances Et Savoirs (2011)
Origin of Archean subcontinental lithospheric mantle: Some petrological constraints
Nicholas Arndt;Nicolas Coltice;H. Helmstaedt;M. Gregoire.
Linking continental drift, plate tectonics and the thermal state of the Earth's mantle
T. Rolf;N. Coltice;N. Coltice;P.J. Tackley.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2012)
Spreading continents kick-started plate tectonics
Patrice F. Rey;Nicolas Coltice;Nicolas Flament.
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