Fellow of the Geological Society of America
A. J. T. Jull mainly investigates Radiocarbon dating, Meteorite, Geochemistry, Holocene and Radionuclide. In the subject of general Radiocarbon dating, his work in Absolute dating is often linked to Charcoal, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Meteorite research incorporates elements of Isotopes of carbon, Carbon-14, Isotopic composition, Isotopic signature and Weathering.
His studies examine the connections between Geochemistry and genetics, as well as such issues in Chondrite, with regards to Petrography, Light nucleus and Range. The various areas that he examines in his Holocene study include Monsoon, Climatology, Climate change and Quaternary. His Radionuclide study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Seawater, Water column, Nuclear power plant and Isotope.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Radiocarbon dating, Meteorite, Accelerator mass spectrometry, Astrobiology and Archaeology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Quaternary, Pleistocene and Holocene in addition to Radiocarbon dating. A. J. T. Jull has included themes like Monsoon, Climatology, Climate change and Physical geography in his Holocene study.
His research integrates issues of Geochemistry, Weathering, Earth science and Cosmogenic nuclide in his study of Meteorite. Isotope, Oceanography and Seawater is closely connected to Radionuclide in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Cosmogenic nuclide. His Astrobiology research focuses on Cosmic ray and how it connects with Proton.
A. J. T. Jull mainly focuses on Radiocarbon dating, Oceanography, Archaeology, Physical geography and Holocene. A. J. T. Jull works mostly in the field of Radiocarbon dating, limiting it down to topics relating to Pleistocene and, in certain cases, Mammoth. When carried out as part of a general Oceanography research project, his work on Submarine pipeline, Subtropical Indian Ocean Dipole, Water mass and Thermohaline circulation is frequently linked to work in Ocean gyre, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His work on Cave and Chronology as part of general Archaeology study is frequently linked to River valley, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His studies in Physical geography integrate themes in fields like Palynology and Climatology. His Holocene research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Productivity, Period and Climate change.
Oceanography, Radiocarbon dating, Dissolved organic carbon, Plateau and Holocene are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Nuclear power plant and Radionuclide as well as Oceanography. His Radiocarbon dating study is concerned with Archaeology in general.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including East Asian Monsoon, Climatology, Paleoclimatology, Palynology and Physical geography. In general Holocene study, his work on Holocene climatic optimum often relates to the realm of Roman Warm Period, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Chronology research incorporates themes from Blade, Stage and Pleistocene.
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Interplay between the Westerlies and Asian monsoon recorded in Lake Qinghai sediments since 32 ka
Zhisheng An;Zhisheng An;Steven M. Colman;Weijian Zhou;Xiaoqiang Li.
Scientific Reports (2012)
Fire and alluvial chronology in Yellowstone National Park: Climatic and intrinsic controls on Holocene geomorphic processes
Grant A. Meyer;Stephen G. Wells;A. J. Timothy Jull.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1995)
High-resolution evidence from southern China of an early Holocene optimum and a mid-Holocene dry event during the past 18,000 years
Weijian Zhou;Xuefeng Yu;A.J. Timothy Jull;G. Burr.
Quaternary Research (2004)
Response of alluvial systems to fire and climate change in Yellowstone National Park
Grant A. Meyer;Stephen G. Wells;Robert C. Balling;A. J. Timothy Jull.
Study of bone radiocarbon dating accuracy at the University of Arizona NSF accelerator facility for radioisotope analysis.
Thomas W Stafford;A J T Jull;Klaus Brendel;Raymond C Duhamel.
Postglacial climate-change record in biomarker lipid compositions of the Hani peat sequence, Northeastern China
Weijian Zhou;Yanhong Zheng;Yanhong Zheng;Philip A. Meyers;A.J. Timothy Jull.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2010)
Two-step deglaciation of the southeastern Barents Sea
BLeonid Polyak;Scott J. Lehman;Valery Gataullin;A. J. Timothy Jull.
Isotopic Evidence for a Terrestrial Source of Organic Compounds Found in Martian Meteorites Allan Hills 84001 and Elephant Moraine 79001
A. J. T. Jull;C. Courtney;D. A. Jeffrey;J. W. Beck.
Report on the first stage of the iron age dating project in Israel : Supporting a low chronology
Ilan Sharon;Ayelet Gilboa;A J Timothy Jull;Elisabetta Boaretto.
Peat record reflecting Holocene climatic change in the Zoigê Plateau and AMS radiocarbon dating
Weijian Zhou;Xuefeng Lu;Zhengkun Wu;Lin Deng.
Chinese Science Bulletin (2002)
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