His primary areas of study are Paleontology, Paleomagnetism, Seismology, Orocline and Neogene. His work on Paleontology deals in particular with Paleogene and Red beds. His Paleomagnetism research focuses on Volcano and how it connects with Reversed polarity and Geophysics.
His research in Volcanic arc and Oceanic crust are components of Seismology. His research integrates issues of Slab, Convergent boundary, Oceanic plateau and Slab window in his study of Orocline. His Neogene research includes elements of Foreland basin and Clockwise.
Paleontology, Paleomagnetism, Cretaceous, Clockwise and Tectonics are his primary areas of study. His research related to Paleogene, Terrane, Structural basin, Sedimentary rock and Cenozoic might be considered part of Paleontology. The Paleomagnetism study combines topics in areas such as Orocline, Volcanic rock, Geomorphology, Seismology and Neogene.
His work investigates the relationship between Orocline and topics such as Batholith that intersect with problems in Plate tectonics. His Cretaceous study incorporates themes from Fold and thrust belt and Basalt. His Clockwise research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Lineation, Red beds, Fold, Mesozoic and Forearc.
His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Terrane, Paleomagnetism, Structural basin and Tectonics. His work focuses on many connections between Paleontology and other disciplines, such as Clockwise, that overlap with his field of interest in Fault. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cenozoic, Island arc and Geochronology.
He has researched Paleomagnetism in several fields, including Plate tectonics and Tectonophysics. His work on Magnetostratigraphy as part of general Structural basin research is frequently linked to Water cycle, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His work deals with themes such as Westerlies and Volcanic rock, which intersect with Paleogene.
Pierrick Roperch focuses on Paleontology, Collision zone, Paleomagnetism, Structural basin and Provenance. His research combines Sea level and Paleontology. His Collision zone research focuses on Forearc and how it relates to Volcanic arc, Accretionary wedge and Unconformity.
A large part of his Structural basin studies is devoted to Paleogene. His Provenance research incorporates elements of Geochronology, Orogeny, Cenozoic and Terrane. His studies deal with areas such as Fault, Island arc and Clockwise as well as Cretaceous.
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Horizontal subduction zones, convergence velocity and the building of the Andes
Joseph Martinod;Laurent Husson;Laurent Husson;Pierrick Roperch;Pierrick Roperch;Benjamin Guillaume.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2010)
Records of geomagnetic reversals from volcanic islands of French Polynesia : 2. Paleomagnetic study of a flow sequence (1.2-0.6 Ma) from the island of Tahiti and discussion of reversal models
Annick Chauvin;Pierrick Roperch;Robert A. Duncan.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1990)
Late Mesozoic to Paleogene stratigraphy of the Salar de Atacama Basin, Antofagasta, Northern Chile: Implications for the tectonic evolution of the Central Andes
Constantino Mpodozis;César Arriagada;Matilde Basso;Pierrick Roperch.
Paleogene building of the Bolivian Orocline: Tectonic restoration of the central Andes in 2‐D map view
César Arriagada;Pierrick Roperch;Pierrick Roperch;Constantino Mpodozis;Peter Cobbold.
Salar de Atacama basin: A record of compressional tectonics in the central Andes since the mid-Cretaceous
Cesar Arriagada;Cesar Arriagada;Peter R. Cobbold;Pierrick Roperch.
Counterclockwise rotation of late Eocene–Oligocene fore‐arc deposits in southern Peru and its significance for oroclinal bending in the central Andes
Pierrick Roperch;Pierrick Roperch;Thierry Sempere;Orlando Macedo;César Arriagada.
Paleointensity of the earth's magnetic field during the Laschamp excursion and its geomagnetic implications
Pierrick Roperch;N. Bonhommet;S. Lévi.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1988)
Distribution, timing, and causes of Andean deformation across South America
Peter R. Cobbold;Eduardo A. Rossello;Eduardo A. Rossello;Pierrick Roperch;César Arriagada;César Arriagada.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (2007)
Paleomagnetism of Mesozoic rocks from the central Andes of southern Peru: Importance of rotations in the development of the Bolivian orocline
Pierrick Roperch;Gabriel Carlier.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1992)
An accreted continental terrane in northwestern Perú
T. Mourier;C. Laj;F. Mégard;Pierrick Roperch.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1988)
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