His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Oceanography, Sequence stratigraphy, Continental margin and Sedimentary rock. His work in Paleontology covers topics such as Sea level which are related to areas like Neogene. His Oceanography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Climatology, Hydrology and Intertropical Convergence Zone, Precipitation.
The Continental margin study combines topics in areas such as Abyssal zone, Mantle, Boundary current and Plate tectonics. His Sedimentary rock study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Deposition, Liquefaction, Thixotropy and Grain flow. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Reef, Continental shelf and Marine transgression.
Robert M Carter mainly investigates Paleontology, Oceanography, Glacial period, Sedimentary rock and Sea level. His works in Sequence stratigraphy, Pleistocene, Terrigenous sediment, Cyclothems and Sedimentary depositional environment are all subjects of inquiry into Paleontology. His studies deal with areas such as Sediment, Marine transgression and Continental margin as well as Oceanography.
His Glacial period research includes elements of Stage, Ice core and Neogene. His work carried out in the field of Sedimentary rock brings together such families of science as Bay, Progradation and Paleogene. His research investigates the connection between Sea level and topics such as Stratigraphy that intersect with problems in Milankovitch cycles and Cyclostratigraphy.
Robert M Carter mainly focuses on Climatology, Oceanography, Climate change, Global warming and Paleontology. His research in Climatology intersects with topics in Atmospheric sciences, Global temperature, La Niña, Earth and Intertropical Convergence Zone. Robert M Carter has researched Oceanography in several fields, including Structural basin, Sediment and Continental margin.
His research integrates issues of Sedimentary rock, Milankovitch cycles, Quaternary and Sequence stratigraphy, Facies in his study of Continental margin. His Global warming research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Political economy of climate change and Greenhouse gas. While the research belongs to areas of Paleontology, Robert M Carter spends his time largely on the problem of Sea level, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Cyclostratigraphy.
Robert M Carter mostly deals with Climatology, Paleontology, Oceanography, Terrigenous sediment and Global warming. His Climatology research incorporates themes from Global temperature, La Niña and Atmospheric sciences. Robert M Carter interconnects Sea level and Southern Hemisphere in the investigation of issues within Paleontology.
Robert M Carter combines subjects such as Hydrology and Intertropical Convergence Zone, Precipitation with his study of Oceanography. The various areas that Robert M Carter examines in his Terrigenous sediment study include Siltstone, Continental shelf and Front. His Global warming research includes themes of Climate science and Greenhouse gas.
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A Discussion and Classification of Subaqueous Mass-Transport with Particular Application to Grain. Flow, Slurry-Flow, and Fluxoturbidites
Earth-Science Reviews (1975)
New evidence for episodic post-glacial sea-level rise, central Great Barrier Reef, Australia
P. Larcombe;R.M. Carter;J. Dye;M.K. Gagan.
Marine Geology (1995)
Application of Global Sea‐Level and Sequence‐Stratigraphic Models in Southern Hemisphere Neogene Strata from New Zealand
R. M. Carter;S. T. Abbott;C. S. Fulthorpe;D. W. Haywick.
Submergent shorelines in the SW Pacific: evidence for an episodic post‐glacial transgression
R. M. Carter;L. Carter;D. P. Johnson.
Cyclone pumping, sediment partitioning and the development of the Great Barrier Reef shelf system: a review
P Larcombe;R.M Carter.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2004)
Sedimentary cyclicity in the marine Pliocene-Pleistocene of the Wanganui basin (New Zealand): Sequence stratigraphic motifs characteristic of the past 2.5 m.y.
G. Saul;T. R. Naish;S. T. Abbott;R. M. Carter.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1999)
Astronomical calibration of a southern hemisphere Plio-Pleistocene reference section, Wanganui Basin, New Zealand
Tim R Naish;Steven T Abbott;V Alloway;Alan G Beu.
Quaternary Science Reviews (1998)
Dynamics of the intertropical convergence zone over the western Pacific during the Little Ice Age
Hong Yan;Wei Wei;Willie Soon;Zhisheng An.
Nature Geoscience (2015)
Evolution of the sedimentary system beneath the deep Pacific inflow off eastern New Zealand
L Carter;R.M Carter;I.N McCave.
Marine Geology (2004)
Macrofossil associations from mid-Pleistocene cyclothems, Castlecliff section, New Zealand; implications for sequence stratigraphy
Stephen T. Abbott;Robert M. Carter.
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