Anders Elverhøi mostly deals with Glacial period, Geomorphology, Oceanography, Sediment and Debris. Many of his research projects under Geomorphology are closely connected to Shear stress with Shear stress, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Ice sheet, Continental shelf and Iceberg study are his primary interests in Oceanography.
His Ice sheet research incorporates elements of Ice shelf, Ice stream, Antarctic sea ice, Ice-sheet model and Sea ice. His Sediment research incorporates themes from Glacier, Quaternary, Arctic and Holocene. His primary area of study in Debris is in the field of Debris flow.
Anders Elverhøi mainly investigates Geomorphology, Oceanography, Debris, Glacial period and Sediment. His Geomorphology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sedimentary rock, Subaerial and Continental margin. His work on Debris flow as part of general Debris research is frequently linked to Flow, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Debris flow study incorporates themes from Geotechnical engineering, Aquaplaning and Front. His research integrates issues of Glacier, Quaternary and Pleistocene in his study of Glacial period. His Sediment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fjord, Geochemistry and Seabed.
Landslide, Debris, Geomorphology, Debris flow and Landslide classification are his primary areas of study. His study connects Hydrology and Debris. In general Geomorphology study, his work on Turbidity current often relates to the realm of Lahar, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His Debris flow study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sediment transport, Moraine and Erosion. His Landslide classification study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Volcano, Hydrogeology, Physical geography and Rockfall. Anders Elverhøi combines subjects such as Submarine landslide, Mass movement and Continental margin with his study of Subaerial.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Landslide, Sturzstrom, Mafic, Flow and Slab. His research on Landslide often connects related areas such as Erosion. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Debris, Debris flow and Moraine, Glacial lake outburst flood.
His Sturzstrom study is concerned with the larger field of Geotechnical engineering. His work on Glacial lake as part of general Geomorphology study is frequently linked to Poison control, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
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THE LAST GLACIAL MAXIMUM OF SVALBARD AND THE BARENTS SEA AREA: ICE SHEET EXTENT AND CONFIGURATION
Jon Y. Landvik;Stein Bondevik;Anders Elverhøi;Willy Fjeldskaar.
Quaternary Science Reviews (1998)
Glaciomarine sedimentation in a modern fjord environment, Spitsbergen
Anders Elverhøi;Øivind Lønne;Reinert Seland.
Polar Research (1983)
Moisture supply for northern ice-sheet growth during the Last Glacial Maximum
Dierk Hebbeln;Trond Dokken;Espen S. Andersen;Morten Hald.
Quaternary seismic stratigraphy of the North Sea Fan: glacially-fed gravity flow aprons, hemipelagic sediments, and large submarine slides
Edward L. King;Hans Petter Sejrup;Haflidi Haflidason;Anders Elverhøi.
Marine Geology (1996)
Experiments on the relative mobility of muddy subaqueous and subaerial debris flows, and their capacity to remobilize antecedent deposits
David Mohrig;Anders Elverhøi;Gary Parker.
Marine Geology (1999)
The Barents Sea ice sheet: a sedimentological discussion
Anders Elverhøi;Anders Solheim.
Polar Research (1983)
Erosion and morphology of a debris flow caused by a glacial lake outburst flood, Western Norway
Hedda Breien;Hedda Breien;Fabio V. De Blasio;Fabio V. De Blasio;Anders Elverhøi;Anders Elverhøi;Kaare Høeg;Kaare Høeg.
Large‐scale sedimentation on the glacier‐influenced polar North Atlantic Margins: Long‐range side‐scan sonar evidence
J. A. Dowdeswell;N. H. Kenyon;A. Elverhøi;J. S. Laberg.
Geophysical Research Letters (1996)
The Growth and Decay of the Late Weichselian Ice Sheet in Western Svalbard and Adjacent Areas Based on Provenance Studies of Marine Sediments
Anders Elverhøi;Espen S. Andersen;Trond Dokken;Dierk Hebbeln.
Quaternary Research (1995)
Cenozoic erosion and the preglacial uplift of the Svalbard Barents Sea region
Panagiotis Dimakis;Bjørn Inge Braathen;Jan Inge Faleide;Anders Elverhøi.
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