Bernhard Diekmann focuses on Oceanography, Sediment, Holocene, Glacial period and Quaternary. His research in Oceanography intersects with topics in Provenance and Terrigenous sediment. The Sediment study combines topics in areas such as Sedimentary depositional environment and Drainage basin.
His Holocene research includes themes of Plateau, Climatology, Physical geography and Profundal zone. Bernhard Diekmann has researched Climatology in several fields, including Global warming, Period and Snow. His research integrates issues of Monsoon and Sediment transport in his study of Physical geography.
His main research concerns Geochemistry, Sediment core, Holocene, Oceanography and Sediment. His work in Geochemistry addresses issues such as Geomorphology, which are connected to fields such as Debris and Permafrost. The concepts of his Holocene study are interwoven with issues in Pleistocene, Glacial period, Physical geography and Diatom.
His Physical geography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Younger Dryas, Climate change, Plateau and Climatology. His Oceanography study incorporates themes from Quaternary and Terrigenous sediment. His Sediment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Drainage basin and Fluvial.
His primary areas of study are Holocene, Physical geography, Sediment, Sediment core and Geochemistry. His Holocene study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Diatom, Plateau, Quaternary and Thermokarst. His study on Quaternary also encompasses disciplines like
His Physical geography research incorporates themes from Glacial period, Pleistocene, Younger Dryas, Climate change and Beringia. His study looks at the relationship between Sediment and fields such as Oceanography, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His studies deal with areas such as Drainage basin, Sedimentary depositional environment, Pollen and Petrology as well as Geochemistry.
Holocene, Physical geography, Sediment, Oceanography and Diatom are his primary areas of study. Bernhard Diekmann interconnects Plateau, Northern Hemisphere, Quaternary and Pleistocene in the investigation of issues within Holocene. Bernhard Diekmann combines subjects such as Younger Dryas, Glacial period, Period and Far East with his study of Physical geography.
His work deals with themes such as Drainage basin, Climate change, Paleoclimatology and Fluvial, which intersect with Sediment. His research combines Sediment transport and Oceanography. The study incorporates disciplines such as Snow and Permafrost in addition to Global warming.
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Permafrost is warming at a global scale
Boris K. Biskaborn;Sharon L. Smith;Jeannette Noetzli;Heidrun Matthes.
Nature Communications (2019)
An end-member algorithm for deciphering modern detrital processes from lake sediments of Lake Donggi Cona, NE Tibetan Plateau, China
Elisabeth Dietze;Kai Hartmann;Bernhard Diekmann;Janneke IJmker.
Sedimentary Geology (2012)
Holocene environments and climate in the Mongolian Altai reconstructed from the Hoton-Nur pollen and diatom records: a step towards better understanding climate dynamics in Central Asia
Natalia Rudaya;Pavel Tarasov;Nadezhda Dorofeyuk;Nadia Solovieva.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2009)
Geological record and reconstruction of the late Pliocene impact of the Eltanin asteroid in the Southern Ocean
Rainer Gersonde;F. T. Kyte;U. Bleil;Bernhard Diekmann.
Hydrological evolution during the last 15 kyr in the Tso Kar lake basin (Ladakh, India), derived from geomorphological, sedimentological and palynological records
Bernd Wünnemann;Bernd Wünnemann;Dieter Demske;Pavel Tarasov;Bahadur S. Kotlia.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2010)
Detrital sediment supply in the southern Okinawa Trough and its relation to sea-level and Kuroshio dynamics during the late Quaternary
Bernhard Diekmann;Jana Hofmann;Rüdiger Henrich;Dieter K. Fütterer.
Marine Geology (2008)
Provenance and transport of terrigenous sediment in the south Atlantic Ocean and their relations to glacial and interglacial cycles: Nd and Sr isotopic evidence
H.J Walter;E Hegner;B Diekmann;G Kuhn.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2000)
Provenance and dispersal of glacial-marine surface sediments in the Weddell Sea and adjoining areas, Antarctica: ice-rafting versus current transport
Bernhard Diekmann;Gerhard Kuhn.
Marine Geology (1999)
Sediment transport processes across the Tibetan Plateau inferred from robust grain-size end members in lake sediments
Elisabeth Dietze;F. Maussion;M. Ahlborn;Bernhard Diekmann.
Climate of The Past (2014)
Quantitative reconstruction of precipitation changes on the NE Tibetan Plateau since the Last Glacial Maximum – extending the concept of pollen source area to pollen-based climate reconstructions from large lakes
Yongbo Wang;Yongbo Wang;Ulrike Herzschuh;Ulrike Herzschuh;Lyudmila S. Shumilovskikh;Steffen Mischke;Steffen Mischke.
Climate of The Past (2014)
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