His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Main Central Thrust, Geomorphology, Shear zone and Plateau. His research investigates the connection with Main Central Thrust and areas like Thrust fault which intersect with concerns in Thermochronology and Tectonostratigraphy. The Geomorphology study combines topics in areas such as Volcano and Sedimentary rock.
His study in Shear zone is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fault and Graben. His work investigates the relationship between Sedimentary depositional environment and topics such as Paleomagnetism that intersect with problems in Geochemistry. His Neogene research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Batholith, Isochron and Pluton.
Peter Copeland mainly focuses on Paleontology, Geochemistry, Geomorphology, Seismology and Thermochronology. The Structural basin research Peter Copeland does as part of his general Geomorphology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Plateau, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. In general Seismology, his work in Shear zone, Main Central Thrust and Batholith is often linked to Phase linking many areas of study.
His Shear zone research incorporates themes from Fold and thrust belt, Fault and Nappe. Peter Copeland interconnects Suture, Detritus and Thrust fault in the investigation of issues within Main Central Thrust. The various areas that Peter Copeland examines in his Thermochronology study include Late Miocene, Terrane and Calcite.
His primary areas of study are Geochemistry, Geochronology, Mixing, Series and Magma. His research in Geochemistry intersects with topics in Stratigraphy, Canyon and Fluid inclusions. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Back-arc basin, Progradation, Late Miocene and Thermochronology, Zircon.
Mixing is integrated with Sediment, Structural basin and Geomorphology in his research. His Series study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Table.
Peter Copeland mainly investigates Seismology, Farallon Plate, Subduction, Laramide orogeny and Climatology. Peter Copeland has included themes like Colorado plateau, Oceanography and Isotopes of oxygen in his Climatology study.
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Stratigraphy, structure, and tectonic evolution of the Himalayan fold-thrust belt in western Nepal
Peter G. DeCelles;Delores M. Robinson;Jay Quade;T. P. Ojha.
Tertiary structural evolution of the Gangdese Thrust System, southeastern Tibet
An Yin;T. Mark Harrison;F. J. Ryerson;Chen Wenji.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1994)
Identification of inherited radiogenic Pb in monazite and its implications for U–Pb systematics
Peter Copeland;Randall R. Parrish;T. Mark Harrison.
Activation of the Nyainqentanghla Shear Zone: Implications for uplift of the southern Tibetan Plateau
T. Mark Harrison;Peter Copeland;W. S. F. Kidd;Oscar M. Lovera.
Extension and basin formation in the southern Andes caused by increased convergence rate: A mid-Cenozoic trigger for the Andes
Teresa E. Jordan;W. Matthew Burns;Ricardo Veiga;Francisco Pángaro.
Exhumation, crustal deformation, and thermal structure of the Nepal Himalaya derived from the inversion of thermochronological and thermobarometric data and modeling of the topography
Frederic Herman;Frederic Herman;Peter Copeland;Jean Philippe Avouac;Laurent Bollinger.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2010)
Episodic rapid uplift in the Himalaya revealed by 40Ar/39Ar analysis of detrital K-feldspar and muscovite, Bengal fan
Peter Copeland;T. Mark Harrison.
Tectonic evolution of the Himalayan thrust belt in western Nepal: Implications for channel flow models
Delores M. Robinson;Peter G. DeCelles;Peter Copeland.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2006)
Isotopic Preservation of Himalayan/Tibetan Uplift, Denudation, and Climatic Histories of Two Molasse Deposits
T. Mark Harrison;Peter Copeland;Stuart A. Hall;jay Quade.
The Journal of Geology (1993)
Upper Cretaceous to Holocene magmatism and evidence for transient Miocene shallowing of the Andean subduction zone under the northern Neuquén Basin
Suzanne Mahlburg Kay;W. Matthew Burns;Peter Copeland;Oscar Mancilla.
Special Paper of the Geological Society of America (2006)
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