His main research concerns Zircon, Paleontology, Geochemistry, Gondwana and Geochronology. His studies deal with areas such as Volcano, Range, Period, Eifelian and Precambrian as well as Zircon. In the field of Paleontology, his study on Devonian, Glacial period, Sturtian glaciation and Diamictite overlaps with subjects such as Cap carbonate.
His research combines Petrology and Geochemistry. His Geochronology research incorporates themes from Gneiss and Proterozoic. His research in Gneiss intersects with topics in Felsic, Eclogite and Protolith.
Robert D. Tucker mostly deals with Geochemistry, Zircon, Paleontology, Metamorphism and Petrology. His Geochemistry research incorporates elements of Plutonism, Proterozoic and Terrane. His studies in Zircon integrate themes in fields like Metamorphic rock, Felsic, Mafic, Pluton and Geochronology.
His Paleontology course of study focuses on Geomorphology and Nappe, Crust and Back-arc basin. His Metamorphism study combines topics in areas such as Orogeny and Hornblende. His Petrology study which covers Gondwana that intersects with Period.
His primary areas of investigation include Geochemistry, Geologic map, Cartography, Rare-earth element and Carbonatite. His primary area of study in Geochemistry is in the field of Zircon. Geologic map connects with themes related to Structural basin in his study.
There are a combination of areas like Central asia, Earth science and Resource assessment integrated together with his Rare-earth element study.
Robert D. Tucker mainly investigates Paleontology, Cannibalization, Extensional definition, Rare-earth element and Carbonatite. His study in Rodinia, Rift, Supercontinent, Continental arc and Mafic are all subfields of Paleontology. In his papers, Robert D. Tucker integrates diverse fields, such as Rare-earth element, Geochemistry and Resource assessment.
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Ages of ultrahigh pressure metamorphism and protolith orthogneisses from the eastern Dabie Shan: U/Pb zircon geochronology
D.B. Rowley;F. Xue;R.D. Tucker;Z.X. Peng.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1997)
The Saghand Region, Central Iran: U-Pb geochronology, petrogenesis and implications for Gondwana Tectonics
Jahandar Ramezani;Robert D. Tucker.
American Journal of Science (2003)
New constraints on the ages of Neoproterozoic glaciations in south China
Chuanming Zhou;Robert Tucker;Shuhai Xiao;Zhanxiong Peng.
Early Paleozoic chronology: a review in light of new U – Pb zircon ages from Newfoundland and Britain
R. D. Tucker;W.S. McKerrow.
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1995)
New U–Pb zircon ages and the duration and division of Devonian time
R.D Tucker;D.C Bradley;C.A Ver Straeten;A.G Harris.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1998)
The Archean Dongwanzi ophiolite complex, North China craton : 2.505 billion-year-old oceanic crust and mantle
Timothy M. Kusky;Jiang-Hai Li;Robert D. Tucker.
New U-Pb zircon dates for the Neoproterozoic Ghubrah glaciation and for the top of the Huqf Supergroup, Oman
Martin Brasier;Gretta McCarron;Robert Tucker;Jonathan Leather.
Paleozoic orogens in New England, USA
Peter Robinson;Robert D. Tucker;Dwight Bradley;Henry N. Berry.
U‐Pb Zircon Ages of Granitoid Rocks in the North Dabie Complex, Eastern Dabie Shan, China
Feng Xue;David B. Rowley;Robert D. Tucker;Zhan X. Peng.
The Journal of Geology (1997)
U-Pb Geochronology and Isotope Geochemistry of the Archean and Proterozoic Rocks of North-Central Madagascar
R. D. Tucker;L. D. Ashwal;M. J. Handke;M. A. Hamilton.
The Journal of Geology (1999)
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