His primary scientific interests are in Geochemistry, Earth science, Paleontology, Craton and Precambrian. The concepts of his Geochemistry study are interwoven with issues in Mantle plume and Basement. He has included themes like Geological survey, Magmatism, Paleomagnetism and Igneous rock in his Earth science study.
The Craton study combines topics in areas such as Mafic and Zircon. His Precambrian study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sill and Geologic time scale. His research investigates the connection with Rodinia and areas like Supercontinent which intersect with concerns in Archean, Lithosphere and Dharwar Craton.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geochemistry, Craton, Archean, Paleontology and Zircon. Wouter Bleeker interconnects Suture, Laurentia and Large igneous province in the investigation of issues within Craton. His work carried out in the field of Archean brings together such families of science as Dharwar Craton, Sedimentary rock, Crust, Proterozoic and Pilbara Craton.
His research investigates the link between Paleontology and topics such as Earth science that cross with problems in Geological survey. His research integrates issues of Metamorphic rock, Metamorphism and Plutonism, Pluton in his study of Zircon. His Precambrian study combines topics in areas such as Geologic time scale and Igneous rock.
Wouter Bleeker mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Craton, Archean, Zircon and Mafic. Wouter Bleeker works in the field of Geochemistry, focusing on Continental crust in particular. Craton is a primary field of his research addressed under Paleontology.
In the field of Paleontology, his study on Sinistral and dextral, Paleomagnetism, True polar wander and Laurentia overlaps with subjects such as Rock magnetism. The various areas that Wouter Bleeker examines in his Archean study include Pyrite, Ultramafic rock and Geochronology. His work on Acasta Gneiss and Baddeleyite is typically connected to Context as part of general Zircon study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His primary areas of study are Geochemistry, Mafic, Continental crust, Crust and Archean. His research on Geochemistry often connects related areas such as Flood basalt. The Mafic study combines topics in areas such as Craton and Dharwar Craton.
His work deals with themes such as Ophiolite, Magmatism, Large igneous province, Mantle and Mantle plume, which intersect with Craton. His Continental crust research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Gneiss and Hadean, Zircon. His research on Archean concerns the broader Paleontology.
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A new Geologic Time Scale, with special reference to Precambrian and Neogene
Felix M. Gradstein;James G. Ogg;Alan G. Smith;Wouter Bleeker.
The late Archean record: a puzzle in ca. 35 pieces
Large igneous provinces (LIPs), giant dyke swarms, and mantle plumes: significance for breakup events within Canada and adjacent regions from 2.5 Ga to the PresentThis article is one of a selection of papers published in this Special Issue on the the theme Lithoprobe—parameters, processes, and the evolution of a continent.Lithoprobe Contribution 1482. Geological Survey of Canada Contribution 20100072.
Richard ErnstR. Ernst;Wouter BleekerW. Bleeker.
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2010)
Short-lived mantle generated magmatic events and their dyke swarms: The key unlocking Earth's paleogeographic record back to 2.6 Ga
Wouter Bleeker;Richard Ernst.
Timing and tempo of the Great Oxidation Event
Ashley P. Gumsley;Kevin R. Chamberlain;Kevin R. Chamberlain;Wouter Bleeker;Ulf Söderlund;Ulf Söderlund.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2017)
Boninite series: low Ti-tholeiite associations from the 2.7 Ga Abitibi greenstone belt
R. Kerrich;D.A. Wyman;J. Fan;W. Bleeker.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1998)
Long-lived connection between southern Siberia and northern Laurentia in the Proterozoic
R. E. Ernst;R. E. Ernst;M. A. Hamilton;U. Söderlund;J. A. Hanes.
Nature Geoscience (2016)
The Central Slave Basement Complex, Part I: its structural topology and autochthonous cover
Wouter Bleeker;John W. F. Ketchum;Valerie A. Jackson;Michael E. Villeneuve.
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1999)
Large Igneous Provinces and supercontinents: Toward completing the plate tectonic revolution
Richard E. Ernst;Wouter Bleeker;Ulf Söderlund;Andrew Craig Kerr.
Age of the World's Oldest Rocks Refined Using Canada's SHRIMP: The Acasta Gneiss Complex, Northwest Territories, Canada
Richard A. Stern;Wouter Bleeker.
Geoscience Canada (1998)
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