Her primary areas of study are Oceanography, Holocene, Ice sheet, Sea ice and Deglaciation. Amy Leventer interconnects Meltwater and Sediment in the investigation of issues within Oceanography. Her research investigates the connection between Holocene and topics such as Radiocarbon dating that intersect with problems in Sedimentary rock and Deposition.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Antarctic sea ice and Ice stream. Her Sea ice research focuses on Holocene climatic optimum and how it relates to Climatology, Proxy, Circumpolar deep water, Westerlies and Climate model. Her work carried out in the field of Deglaciation brings together such families of science as Antarctic ice sheet, Meltwater pulse 1A and Ice-sheet model.
Amy Leventer mainly focuses on Oceanography, Sea ice, Diatom, Holocene and Ice shelf. The various areas that Amy Leventer examines in her Oceanography study include Glacial period and Peninsula. Amy Leventer has researched Diatom in several fields, including Terrigenous sediment, Sediment trap, Water column and Chaetoceros.
The Holocene study combines topics in areas such as Climate change, Climatology, Radiocarbon dating and Pleistocene. Her Ice shelf study combines topics in areas such as Sediment, Ecosystem and Physical geography. Amy Leventer combines subjects such as Paleontology, Deglaciation, Ice stream and Antarctic ice sheet with her study of Ice sheet.
Amy Leventer focuses on Oceanography, Glacial period, Sea ice, Ice shelf and Holocene. The study incorporates disciplines such as Glacier and Peninsula in addition to Oceanography. Her study in Glacial period is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Continental shelf, Circumpolar deep water, Antarctic ice sheet and Ice sheet.
Her Sea ice study incorporates themes from Oceanic carbon cycle, Lorica, Tintinnid, Chaetoceros and Trophic level. Her Ice shelf research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Total organic carbon, Petrology, Detritus and Radiocarbon dating. Her Holocene research incorporates themes from Foraminifera, Sedimentary rock and Cryosphere.
Her primary areas of investigation include Oceanography, Glacial period, Iceberg, Ice shelf and Sea ice. Her work on Benthic zone as part of general Oceanography research is frequently linked to Environmental science, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her Glacial period research includes elements of Glacier, Continental shelf, Antarctic ice sheet and Ice sheet.
Her studies deal with areas such as Drumlin, Deglaciation, Antarctic Cold Reversal, Interglacial and Ice core as well as Iceberg. Her research in Ice shelf intersects with topics in Total organic carbon, Radiocarbon dating, Sediment, Detritus and Geochemistry. In Sea ice, Amy Leventer works on issues like Lorica, which are connected to Diatom.
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Marine Ecosystem Sensitivity to Climate Change
Raymond C. Smith;David Ainley;Karen Baker;Eugene Domack.
Stability of the Larsen B ice shelf on the Antarctic Peninsula during the Holocene epoch
Eugene Domack;Diana Duran;Amy Leventer;Scott Ishman.
Rapid and early export of Phaeocystis antarctica blooms in the Ross Sea, Antarctica
G. R. DiTullio;J. M. Grebmeier;K. R. Arrigo;M. P. Lizotte.
Productivity cycles of 200–300 years in the Antarctic Peninsula region: Understanding linkages among the sun, atmosphere, oceans, sea ice, and biota
Amy Leventer;Eugene W. Domack;Scott E. Ishman;Stefanie Brachfeld.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1996)
Chronology of the Palmer Deep site, Antarctic Peninsula: a Holocene palaeoenvironmental reference for the circum-Antarctic
E. Domack;A. Leventer;R. Dunbar;F. Taylor.
The Holocene (2001)
Dynamics of the Laurentide ice sheet during the last deglaciation: evidence from the Gulf of Mexico
Amy Leventer;Douglas F. Williams;James P. Kennett.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1982)
Mechanisms of Holocene palaeoenvironmental change in the Antarctic Peninsula region
M. J. Bentley;D. A. Hodgson;J. A. Smith;C. Ó. Cofaigh.
The Holocene (2009)
Retreat of the East Antarctic ice sheet during the last glacial termination
Andrew Mackintosh;Nicholas Golledge;Eugene Domack;Robert Dunbar.
Nature Geoscience (2011)
Temporal and spatial patterns in the Ross Sea: Phytoplankton biomass, elemental composition, productivity and growth rates
Walker O. Smith;David M. Nelson;Giacomo R. DiTullio;Amy R. Leventer.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1996)
A community-based geological reconstruction of Antarctic Ice Sheet deglaciation since the Last Glacial Maximum
Michael J Bentley;Colm Ó Cofaigh;John B Anderson;Howard Conway.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2014)
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