Brent B. Wolfe mainly focuses on Hydrology, Floodplain, Holocene, Water balance and Hydrology. His study in the fields of Discharge under the domain of Hydrology overlaps with other disciplines such as Isotope hydrology. Brent B. Wolfe combines subjects such as Boreal, Ecosystem management, Flood myth, Flood pulse concept and Paleolimnology with his study of Discharge.
The concepts of his Floodplain study are interwoven with issues in Snow and Snowmelt. His Holocene research includes themes of Glacial period, Climatology, Atmospheric circulation and Climate change. His work in Water balance addresses subjects such as Drainage basin, which are connected to disciplines such as Structural basin, Dissolved organic carbon and δ18O.
His primary areas of investigation include Hydrology, Sediment, Climate change, Oceanography and Floodplain. His Discharge, Water balance, Snowmelt and Surface runoff study, which is part of a larger body of work in Hydrology, is frequently linked to River delta, bridging the gap between disciplines. His research integrates issues of Drainage basin and Structural basin in his study of Water balance.
His research in Drainage basin intersects with topics in Hydrology and Surface water. His research on Climate change also deals with topics like
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Hydrology, Floodplain, Oil sands, Sediment and Paleolimnology. He brings together Hydrology and Isotope hydrology to produce work in his papers. His Floodplain study combines topics in areas such as Snow, Wetland, Freshwater ecosystem and Isotopic signature.
His Oil sands study incorporates themes from River pollution and Pollution. Brent B. Wolfe has researched Sediment in several fields, including Westerlies, Climatology, Southern Hemisphere, Centennial and Carbon cycle. His research integrates issues of Aquatic ecosystem and Earth science in his study of Paleolimnology.
His primary areas of study are Hydrology, Flooding, Paleolimnology, Sediment and Term. His work in the fields of Hydrology, such as River pollution and Floodplain, intersects with other areas such as Nickel. His work carried out in the field of Paleolimnology brings together such families of science as Earth science and Pollution.
The concepts of his Sediment study are interwoven with issues in Carbon cycle, Vegetation, Southern Hemisphere, Ice core and Upwelling.
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Holocene thermal maximum in the western Arctic (0-180°W)
D. S. Kaufman;T.A. Ager;N.J. Anderson;P.M. Anderson.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2004)
Progress in isotope tracer hydrology in Canada
J. J. Gibson;T. W. D. Edwards;S. J. Birks;N. A. St Amour.
Hydrological Processes (2005)
Holocene paleohydrology and glacial history of the central Andes using multiproxy lake sediment studies
Mark B Abbott;Brent B Wolfe;Alexander P Wolfe;Geoffrey O Seltzer.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (2003)
Influence of Changing Atmospheric Circulation on Precipitation δ18O–Temperature Relations in Canada during the Holocene
Thomas W.D. Edwards;Brent B. Wolfe;Glen M. Macdonald.
Quaternary Research (1996)
ISOTOPES IN LAKE SEDIMENTS
Melanie J. Leng;Angela L. Lamb;Timothy H.E. Heaton;James D. Marshall.
In: Leng, MJ, (ed.) Isotopes in Palaeoenvironmental Reseach. (pp. 147-184). (2006) (2006)
Carbon and Oxygen Isotope Analysis of Lake Sediment Cellulose: Methods and Applications
Brent B. Wolfe;Thomas W. D. Edwards;Richard J. Elgood;Kristina R. M. Beuning.
Classification of hydrological regimes of northern floodplain basins (Peace–Athabasca Delta, Canada) from analysis of stable isotopes (δ18O, δ2H) and water chemistry
Brent B. Wolfe;Brent B. Wolfe;Tammy L. Karst-Riddoch;Roland I. Hall;Thomas W. D. Edwards.
Hydrological Processes (2007)
A coupled isotope tracer method to characterize input water to lakes
Yi Yi;Bronwyn E. Brock;Matthew D. Falcone;Brent B. Wolfe;Brent B. Wolfe.
Journal of Hydrology (2008)
Reconstruction of multi-century flood histories from oxbow lake sediments, Peace-Athabasca Delta, Canada
Brent B. Wolfe;Brent B. Wolfe;Roland I. Hall;Thomas W. D. Edwards.
Hydrological Processes (2006)
Characterizing the role of hydrological processes on lake water balances in the Old Crow Flats, Yukon Territory, Canada, using water isotope tracers.
Kevin W. Turner;Brent B. Wolfe;Thomas W.D. Edwards.
Journal of Hydrology (2010)
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