Seismology, Tectonics, Plate tectonics, Subduction and Geodesy are his primary areas of study. His study in Strike-slip tectonics, Geodynamics, Induced seismicity and Sinistral and dextral falls under the purview of Seismology. Philippe Vernant combines subjects such as Mediterranean climate and Structural geology with his study of Strike-slip tectonics.
Philippe Vernant studied Subduction and North Anatolian Fault that intersect with Transform fault and Late Miocene. Geophysics and Latitude is closely connected to Block in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Geodesy. Philippe Vernant has researched Eurasian Plate in several fields, including Continental collision, Slab pull and Collision zone.
Philippe Vernant focuses on Geodesy, Seismology, Tectonics, Induced seismicity and Geodetic datum. His research related to Subduction, Strike-slip tectonics, Fault, Lithosphere and Geodynamics might be considered part of Seismology. Philippe Vernant works mostly in the field of Subduction, limiting it down to concerns involving Plate tectonics and, occasionally, Eurasian Plate.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Neotectonics, Post-glacial rebound, Shear zone and Collision zone in addition to Strike-slip tectonics. The Tectonics study combines topics in areas such as Mediterranean climate, Structural geology and Compression. The Satellite geodesy research Philippe Vernant does as part of his general Geodetic datum study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Ice caps, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Philippe Vernant spends much of his time researching Geodesy, GNSS applications, Geodetic datum, Induced seismicity and Paleontology. Many of his studies on Geodesy involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Peninsula. His Induced seismicity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Structural basin and Tectonics.
As part of his studies on Tectonics, Philippe Vernant often connects relevant subjects like Fault. Paleontology is represented through his Intraplate earthquake, Continental collision, Geochronology and Subduction research. The various areas that Philippe Vernant examines in his Massif study include Aftershock, Seismology and Post-glacial rebound.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geodesy, GNSS applications, Induced seismicity, Massif and Structural basin. His work in Geodesy incorporates the disciplines of Extreme value theory, Colors of noise, Spectral index, Amplitude and Confidence interval. His GNSS applications investigation overlaps with Geodetic datum, Satellite geodesy, Coupling, Shore and Kinematics.
Induced seismicity is a subfield of Seismology that Philippe Vernant explores. His studies in Massif integrate themes in fields like Post-glacial rebound, Ocean surface topography, Isostasy, Magmatism and Geochronology. His Structural basin study spans across into fields like Cluster analysis, Satellite system and Synthetic data.
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GPS constraints on continental deformation in the Africa-Arabia-Eurasia continental collision zone and implications for the dynamics of plate interactions
Robert Reilinger;Simon McClusky;Philippe Vernant;Shawn Lawrence;Shawn Lawrence.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
Active transtension inside central Alborz: A new insight into northern Iran–southern Caspian geodynamics
J.-F. Ritz;H. Nazari;A. Ghassemi;R. Salamati.
Geodetic constraints on the tectonic evolution of the Aegean region and strain accumulation along the Hellenic subduction zone
Robert Reilinger;Simon McClusky;Demitris Paradissis;Semih Ergintav.
GPS network monitors the Arabia-Eurasia collision deformation in Iran
F. Nilforoushan;F. Masson;P. Vernant;C. Vigny.
Journal of Geodesy (2003)
Seismic versus aseismic deformation in Iran inferred from earthquakes and geodetic data
F. Masson;J. Chéry;D. Hatzfeld;J. Martinod.
Geophysical Journal International (2004)
Difference in the GPS deformation pattern of North and Central Zagros (Iran)
Andrea Walpersdorf;Denis Hatzfeld;H. Nankali;Farokh Tavakoli.
Geophysical Journal International (2006)
GPS and gravity constraints on continental deformation in the Alborz mountain range, Iran
Yahya Djamour;Philippe Vernant;Roger Bayer;Hamid Reza Nankali.
Geophysical Journal International (2010)
New GPS constraints on active deformation along the Africa-Iberia plate boundary
A. Koulali;D. Ouazar;A. Tahayt;R.W. King.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2011)
NW Iran-eastern Turkey present-day kinematics: Results from the Iranian permanent GPS network
Yahya Djamour;Philippe Vernant;Hamid Reza Nankali;Farrokh Tavakoli.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2011)
Active tectonics of the western Mediterranean: Geodetic evidence for rollback of a delaminated subcontinental lithospheric slab beneath the Rif Mountains, Morocco
Abdelali Fadil;Philippe Vernant;Simon McClusky;Robert Reilinger.
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