Fellow of the Geological Society of America
His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Laurentia, Terrane, Gondwana and Orogeny. His research related to Devonian, Rodinia, Proterozoic and Supercontinent might be considered part of Paleontology. He interconnects Basement and Detritus in the investigation of issues within Rodinia.
His Laurentia research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Baltica and Zircon. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Geochemistry, Subduction and Rift. His research in Gondwana focuses on subjects like Ordovician, which are connected to Paleo-Tethys Ocean and Pangaea.
His primary areas of study are Paleontology, Geochemistry, Metamorphism, Laurentia and Orogeny. Ordovician, Devonian, Terrane, Rodinia and Detritus are the primary areas of interest in his Paleontology study. The concepts of his Devonian study are interwoven with issues in Suture, Gondwana and Paleozoic.
Within one scientific family, Rob Strachan focuses on topics pertaining to Pluton under Geochemistry, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Igneous rock and Magmatism. Rob Strachan combines subjects such as Shear, Nappe, Metamorphic facies and Supergroup with his study of Metamorphism. His Laurentia research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Foreland basin, Baltica, Supercontinent, Craton and Transpression.
Rob Strachan mainly investigates Geochemistry, Orogeny, Terrane, Paleontology and Zircon. His Geochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ophiolite, Tectonics and Shetland. His research integrates issues of Laurentia, Proterozoic and Supercontinent in his study of Orogeny.
His Laurentia research includes themes of Shear, Baltica and Pluton. His study ties his expertise on Mainland together with the subject of Paleontology. His work deals with themes such as Devonian, Subduction and Supergroup, which intersect with Zircon.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Metamorphism, Devonian, Geochemistry, Paleontology and Zircon. His studies in Metamorphism integrate themes in fields like Baltica, Laurentia and Archean. As part of his studies on Devonian, Rob Strachan frequently links adjacent subjects like Terrane.
His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Orosirian, Subduction and Granulite. Rob Strachan is interested in Orogeny, which is a branch of Paleontology. His Zircon research incorporates themes from Ophiolite and Ordovician.
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Evolution of the Rheic Ocean
R. Damian Nance;Gabriel Gutiérrez-Alonso;J. Duncan Keppie;Ulf Linnemann.
Gondwana Research (2010)
Transpression and transtension zones
J. F. Dewey;R. E. Holdsworth;R. A. Strachan.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (1998)
Granite magma generation, ascent and emplacement within a transpressional orogen
R. S. D’Lemos;M. Brown;R. A. Strachan.
Journal of the Geological Society (1992)
Origin of the Rheic Ocean: rifting along a Neoproterozoic suture?
J. Brendan Murphy;Gabriel Gutierrez-Alonso;R. Damian Nance;Javier Fernandez-Suarez.
Sedimentary basin and detrital zircon record along East Laurentia and Baltica during assembly and breakup of Rodinia
Peter A. Cawood;Alexander A. Nemchin;Rob Strachan;Tony Prave.
Journal of the Geological Society (2007)
Sinistral transpression and the Silurian closure of Iapetus
N. J. Soper;R. A. Strachan;R. E. Holdsworth;R. A. Gayer.
Journal of the Geological Society (1992)
Linking collisional and accretionary orogens during Rodinia assembly and breakup: Implications for models of supercontinent cycles
Peter Anthony Cawood;Robin A. Strachan;Sergei A. Pisarevsky;Dmitry P. Gladkochub.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2016)
Neoproterozoic-early Palaeozoic tectonostratigraphy and palaeogeography of the peri-Gondwanan terranes: Amazonian v. West African connections
R. Damian Nance;J. Brendan Murphy;Rob A. Strachan;J. Duncan Keppie.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (2008)
Changing Silurian-Devonian relative plate motion in the Caledonides: sinistral transpression to sinistral transtension
J.F. Dewey;R.A. Strachan.
Journal of the Geological Society (2003)
Geological History of Britain and Ireland
N. H. Woodcock;R.A. Strachan.
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