His primary scientific interests are in Seismology, Crust, Petrology, Lithosphere and Rift. His studies link Seafloor spreading with Seismology. His study brings together the fields of Tilted block faulting and Crust.
He combines subjects such as Volcanic passive margin, Magma, Geomorphology and Underplating with his study of Petrology. His research brings together the fields of Mantle and Rift. He has included themes like Fault and Pure shear in his Tectonics study.
His main research concerns Seismology, Mantle, Petrology, Paleontology and Crust. His work on Rift, Fault and Fault block as part of his general Seismology study is frequently connected to Reflection, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. He interconnects Magmatism, Diapir and Breakup in the investigation of issues within Rift.
The various areas that Timothy J. Reston examines in his Mantle study include Lithosphere and Igneous rock. His Petrology study which covers Oceanic crust that intersects with Transition zone. His Crust study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pure shear and Subsidence.
His primary areas of investigation include Seismology, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Paleontology, Seafloor spreading and Mantle. His study in Rift, Fault, Tectonics, Magmatism and Induced seismicity is carried out as part of his Seismology studies. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Breakup under Rift, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Crustal recycling.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sonar, Lithosphere and Magnetic anomaly. His Mantle research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Petrology and Crust. The concepts of his Petrology study are interwoven with issues in Mantle convection, Transition zone and Oceanic crust.
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Rheological evolution during extension at nonvolcanic rifted margins: Onset of serpentinization and development of detachments leading to continental breakup
Marta Pérez-Gussinyé;Tim J. Reston.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
The structure, evolution and symmetry of the magma-poor rifted margins of the North and Central Atlantic: A synthesis
Insight into the nature of the ocean-continent transition off West Iberia from a deep multichannel seismic reflection profile
S.L.B. Pickup;R.B. Whitmarsh;C.M.R. Fowler;T.J. Reston.
The S reflector west of Galicia (Spain): Evidence from prestack depth migration for detachment faulting during continental breakup
T. J. Reston;C. M. Krawczyk;D. Klaeschen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1996)
Mechanisms of extension at nonvolcanic margins: Evidence from the Galicia interior basin, west of Iberia
M. Perez-Gussinye;M. Perez-Gussinye;César R. Ranero;Timothy J. Reston;D. Sawyer.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
Extension discrepancy at North Atlantic nonvolcanic rifted margins: Depth-dependent stretching or unrecognized faulting?
Timothy J. Reston.
MONA LISA : Deep seismic investigations of the lithosphere in the southeastern North Sea
T. Abramovitz;A. Berthelsen;F. Schjøth;H. Thybo.
Estimation of gas hydrate concentration from multi-component seismic data at sites on the continental margins of NW Svalbard and the Storegga region of Norway
G. K. Westbrook;S. Chand;G. Rossi;C. Long.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (2008)
The rift to drift transition at non-volcanic margins: Insights from numerical modelling
Marta Pérez-Gussinyé;Jason Phipps Morgan;Timothy J. Reston;César R. Ranero.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2006)
Contemporaneous mass extinctions, continental flood basalts, and `impact signals': are mantle plume-induced lithospheric gas explosions the causal link?
J Phipps Morgan;T.J Reston;C.R Ranero.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2004)
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