Nigel P. Mountney spends much of his time researching Aeolian processes, Paleontology, Fluvial, Bedform and Geomorphology. His Facies, Sedimentary rock, Basalt, Flood basalt and Lava investigations are all subjects of Paleontology research. His Facies research incorporates themes from Outcrop and Crevasse.
His work in Fluvial addresses issues such as Sedimentary depositional environment, which are connected to fields such as Fluvial landforms of streams and Siltstone. His Bedform study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Jökulhlaup, Outwash plain, Water table and Aeolian landform. His Geomorphology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Spatial relation and Data mining.
His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Fluvial, Sedimentary rock, Facies and Sedimentary depositional environment. His Fluvial course of study focuses on Outcrop and Siltstone. His Sedimentary rock research incorporates elements of Ecological succession, Sediment and Petrology.
His work in Facies addresses subjects such as Conglomerate, which are connected to disciplines such as Sedimentary structures. The various areas that Nigel P. Mountney examines in his Sedimentary depositional environment study include Landform, Fluvial landforms of streams and Sequence. His study in Aeolian processes is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Proterozoic, Water table and Bedform.
His primary areas of study are Fluvial, Sedimentary rock, Facies, Paleontology and Sedimentary depositional environment. His research integrates issues of Channelized, Outcrop, Beach morphodynamics and Meander in his study of Fluvial. His Sedimentary rock research includes elements of Texture, Aggradation, Aeolian processes and Point bar.
His Facies research includes themes of Alluvium, Floodplain and Thalweg. As a part of the same scientific family, Nigel P. Mountney mostly works in the field of Paleontology, focusing on Channel and, on occasion, Cretaceous, Bedform and Sinuosity. His Sedimentary depositional environment study incorporates themes from Sediment, Sequence and Borehole.
His main research concerns Fluvial, Sedimentary rock, Structural basin, Paleontology and Facies. Nigel P. Mountney has researched Fluvial in several fields, including Basis and Distribution. The study incorporates disciplines such as Rift and Point bar in addition to Sedimentary rock.
His Structural basin research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Range, Geologic record and Tectonics. The Paleontology study combines topics in areas such as Channel and Sinuosity. His work in Geochemistry tackles topics such as Aeolian processes which are related to areas like Sedimentology, Groundwater and Groundwater flow.
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Eolian Facies Models
Nigel P. Mountney.
Stratigraphic evolution and preservation of aeolian dune and damp/wet interdune strata: an example from the Triassic Helsby Sandstone Formation, Cheshire Basin, UK
Nigel P. Mountney;David B. Thompson.
Facies and architectural element analysis of a meandering fluvial succession: The Permian Warchha Sandstone, Salt Range, Pakistan
Shahid Ghazi;Shahid Ghazi;Nigel P. Mountney.
Sedimentary Geology (2009)
Stratigraphic evolution of an aeolian erg margin system: the Permian Cedar Mesa Sandstone, SE Utah, USA
Nigel P. Mountney;Alison Jagger.
Spatial and temporal evolution of a terminal fluvial fan system: the Permian Organ Rock Formation, South‐east Utah, USA
Stephen A. Cain;Nigel P. Mountney.
Internal stratigraphic relationships in the Etendeka group in the Huab Basin, NW Namibia: understanding the onset of flood volcanism
Dougal Jerram;Nigel Mountney;Frank Holzförster;Harald Stollhofen.
Journal of Geodynamics (1999)
Periodic accumulation and destruction of aeolian erg sequences in the Permian Cedar Mesa Sandstone, White Canyon, southern Utah, USA
Nigel P. Mountney.
Architectural analysis of a volcaniclastic jökulhlaup deposit, southern Iceland: sedimentary evidence for supercritical flow
Robert A. Duller;Robert A. Duller;Nigel P. Mountney;Andrew J. Russell;Nigel C. Cassidy.
A classification scheme for fluvial–aeolian system interaction in desert-margin settings
Mohammed A. Al-Masrahy;Nigel P. Mountney.
Aeolian Research (2015)
Death of a sand sea: an active aeolian erg systematically buried by the Etendeka flood basalts of NW Namibia
D. A. Jerram;N. P. Mountney;J. A. Howell;D. Long.
Journal of the Geological Society (2000)
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