The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Facies, Paleontology, Outcrop, Sedimentary rock and Sedimentary depositional environment. His study in the field of Coquina is also linked to topics like Field. Paleontology is closely attributed to Storm in his work.
His work in Outcrop addresses issues such as Keuper, which are connected to fields such as Lithostratigraphy, Marine transgression, Carnian Pluvial Event, Sequence and Onlap. His research in Sedimentary rock intersects with topics in Nummulite, Winnowing, Matrix and Imbrication. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sedimentary basin, Carbonate rock, Devonian and Clastic rock.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Paleontology, Facies, Outcrop, Sedimentary depositional environment and Sedimentary rock. His work on Grainstone as part of general Facies research is frequently linked to Palaeogeography, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Outcrop research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Petrophysics, Shoal and Petrology.
His Sedimentary depositional environment research incorporates themes from Ladinian, Permian, Marl and Petroleum reservoir. Thomas Aigner combines subjects such as Sedimentology, Quaternary and Progradation with his study of Sedimentary rock. As a part of the same scientific family, Thomas Aigner mostly works in the field of Geomorphology, focusing on Aquifer and, on occasion, Hydrogeology.
His primary areas of study are Outcrop, Facies, Paleontology, Sedimentary depositional environment and Grainstone. His studies in Outcrop integrate themes in fields like Unconformity, Dolomite, Shoal, Petrology and Wadi. His research links Geochemistry with Facies.
His Paleontology study focuses mostly on Sequence, Permian, Sedimentary rock, Stratigraphy and Tectonics. Thomas Aigner interconnects Carboniferous, Devonian, Sedimentology and Lithology in the investigation of issues within Sedimentary rock. His study looks at the relationship between Tectonics and topics such as Structural basin, which overlap with Petrophysics.
Thomas Aigner mostly deals with Outcrop, Facies, Grainstone, Paleontology and Sedimentary depositional environment. His research integrates issues of Sedimentary rock, Sequence stratigraphy, Shoal and Petrology in his study of Outcrop. His Shoal research includes elements of Wadi and Unconformity.
His study in Petrology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Structural basin, Tectonics, Magmatism, Regional geology and Petrophysics. His Grainstone study incorporates themes from Stratigraphy and Dolomite. His research investigates the connection between Sedimentary depositional environment and topics such as Permian that intersect with issues in Plateau, Ooid and Marine transgression.
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Conceptual framework for the analysis and classification of fossil concentrations
Susan M. Kidwell;Franz T. Fuersich;Thomas Aigner.
Storm Depositional Systems: Dynamic Stratigraphy in Modern and Ancient Shallow-Marine Sequences
Calcareous Tempestites: Storm-dominated Stratification in Upper Muschelkalk Limestones (Middle Trias, SW-Germany)
Sequence-stratigraphic framework of the German Triassic
Thomas Aigner;Gerhard H. Bachmann.
Sedimentary Geology (1992)
Heterogeneity patterns of Quaternary glaciofluvial gravel bodies (SW-Germany): application to hydrogeology
Jürgen Heinz;Sybille Kleineidam;Georg Teutsch;Thomas Aigner.
Sedimentary Geology (2003)
Stratigraphic simulation of sedimentary basins: Concepts and calibration
David T. Lawrence;Mark Doyle;Thomas Aigner.
AAPG Bulletin (1990)
Relating lithofacies to hydrofacies: outcrop-based hydrogeological characterisation of Quaternary gravel deposits
Ralf Klingbeil;Sybille Kleineidam;Ulrich Asprion;Thomas Aigner.
Sedimentary Geology (1999)
Facies and stratigraphic framework of a Khuff outcrop equivalent: Saiq and Mahil formations, Al Jabal al-Akhdar, Sultanate of Oman
Bastian Koehrer;Michael Zeller;Thomas Aigner;Michael Poeppelreiter.
Stratigraphic completeness: Tiered trace fossils provide a measuring stick
Andreas Wetzel;Thomas Aigner.
Cephalopod limestone deposition on a shallow pelagic ridge: the Tafilalt Platform (upper Devonian, eastern Anti‐Atlas, Morocco)
J. Wendt;T. Aigner;J. Neugebauer.
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