His primary areas of study are Craton, Geochemistry, Gondwana, Foreland basin and Shear zone. The subject of his Craton research is within the realm of Paleontology. His study brings together the fields of Geomorphology and Paleontology.
His studies link Batholith with Geochemistry. He combines subjects such as Orogeny, Rodinia and Crust with his study of Gondwana. His study in Foreland basin is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Metamorphism, Ophiolite and Terrane.
Robert J. Thomas mainly investigates Geochemistry, Geologic map, Earth science, Geomorphology and Zircon. His research in Geochemistry intersects with topics in Quaternary and Terrane. His Geomorphology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sedimentary rock and Paleontology.
Robert J. Thomas interconnects Orogeny, Provenance, Craton, Geochronology and Gneiss in the investigation of issues within Zircon. Robert J. Thomas usually deals with Orogeny and limits it to topics linked to Gondwana and Rodinia, Paleozoic and Crust. He works mostly in the field of Craton, limiting it down to concerns involving Shear zone and, occasionally, Igneous rock.
Robert J. Thomas mostly deals with Geochemistry, Geologic map, Geomorphology, Earth science and Zircon. Robert J. Thomas has researched Geochemistry in several fields, including Quaternary and Sabkha. His Geologic map study combines topics in areas such as Geological survey, Archaeology and Ancient history.
His Zircon research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Orogeny, Craton, Geochronology, Gneiss and Gondwana. Robert J. Thomas has included themes like Subduction and Archean in his Craton study. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Metamorphic rock, Igneous rock is strongly linked to Basement.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geochemistry, Zircon, Geochronology, Craton and Metamorphism. His Geochemistry research includes elements of Basement, Subduction and Charnockite. His Zircon study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Orogeny, Igneous rock, Archean, Gneiss and Terrane.
In his work, Gondwana and Ice sheet is strongly intertwined with Paleozoic, which is a subfield of Terrane. As a part of the same scientific study, Robert J. Thomas usually deals with the Craton, concentrating on Migmatite and frequently concerns with Xenolith, Back-arc basin and Pluton. The study incorporates disciplines such as Lurio, Supercontinent and Plutonism in addition to Metamorphism.
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Himalayan-type indenter-escape tectonics model for the southern part of the late Neoproterozoic–early Paleozoic East African– Antarctic orogen
Joachim Jacobs;Robert J. Thomas.
The Kalahari Craton during the assembly and dispersal of Rodinia
J. Jacobs;Sergei Pisarevsky;Sergei Pisarevsky;R. Thomas;Thomas Becker.
Precambrian Research (2008)
Precambrian evolution of the Sirwa Window, Anti-Atlas Orogen, Morocco
R J Thomas;L P Chevallier;P G Gresse;R E Harmer.
Precambrian Research (2002)
Accretion and indentation tectonics at the southern edge of the Kaapvaal craton during the Kibaran (Grenville) orogeny
J. Jacobs;R. J. Thomas;K. Weber.
A new lithostratigraphic framework for the Anti-Atlas Orogen, Morocco
Robert James Thomas;A. Fekkak;N. Ennih;E. Errami.
Journal of African Earth Sciences (2004)
The Namaqua-Natal Province
D.H. Cornell;Robert James Thomas;R. Gibson;H.F.G. Moen.
The geology of South Africa
M.R. Johnson;C.R. Anhauesser;Robert James Thomas.
The Kibaran of southern Africa: Tectonic evolution and metallogeny
R.J. Thomas;A.L.D. Agenbacht;D.H. Cornell;J.M. Moore.
Ore Geology Reviews (1994)
Geochronology of the Precambrian crust in the Mozambique belt in NE Mozambique, and implications for Gondwana assembly
B. Bingen;J. Jacobs;G. Viola;I.H.C. Henderson.
Precambrian Research (2009)
Pb, Nd, and Sr Isotope Mapping of Grenville‐Age Crustal Provinces in Rodinia
C. D. Wareham;R. J. Pankhurst;R. J. Thomas;B. C. Storey.
The Journal of Geology (1998)
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