His primary scientific interests are in Geochemistry, Paleontology, Geomorphology, Tectonics and Cenozoic. C. Page Chamberlain has included themes like Denudation and Mineralogy in his Geochemistry study. The concepts of his Paleontology study are interwoven with issues in δ18O and Isotopes of oxygen.
In general Geomorphology, his work in Authigenic is often linked to Spatial variability linking many areas of study. The Cenozoic study combines topics in areas such as Climate change, Westerlies, Lithosphere, Physical geography and Monsoon. His Massif research includes elements of Metamorphic rock and Zircon.
C. Page Chamberlain focuses on Geochemistry, Paleontology, Isotopes of oxygen, Mineralogy and Metamorphic rock. He has researched Geochemistry in several fields, including Geomorphology and Terrane. C. Page Chamberlain interconnects Paleoclimatology, δ18O, Diagenesis, Quartz and Meteoric water in the investigation of issues within Isotopes of oxygen.
His Mineralogy research incorporates elements of Isotopic composition and Igneous rock. His work focuses on many connections between Metamorphic rock and other disciplines, such as Crust, that overlap with his field of interest in Petrology. His Weathering research integrates issues from Bedrock, Tectonic uplift and Hydrology.
C. Page Chamberlain mainly investigates Isotopes of oxygen, Geochemistry, Paleoclimatology, Paleontology and Cenozoic. His research in Isotopes of oxygen tackles topics such as Meteoric water which are related to areas like Mineralogy, Isotopic composition and Hydrogen isotope. His studies in Geochemistry integrate themes in fields like Structural basin, Green River Formation and δ18O.
His work carried out in the field of Paleoclimatology brings together such families of science as Global cooling and Cretaceous. His primary area of study in Paleontology is in the field of Paleogene. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Primary productivity, Authigenic and Middle latitudes.
His primary areas of investigation include Weathering, Metamorphic rock, Atmospheric sciences, Paleoclimatology and Paleontology. His Weathering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Carbon cycle, Ecosystem, Earth science and Water cycle. His Metamorphic rock research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fluid dynamics and Compaction.
His Atmospheric sciences research incorporates themes from Isoscapes, Energy balance, Evapotranspiration and Isotopes of oxygen. The various areas that C. Page Chamberlain examines in his Paleoclimatology study include Westerlies, Rain shadow, Physical geography, Global cooling and Monsoon. His study in Paleontology focuses on Pleistocene in particular.
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Erosion, Himalayan geodynamics, and the geomorphology of metamorphism
Peter K. Zeitler;Anne S. Meltzer;Peter O. Koons;David Craw.
Gsa Today (2001)
Carbonate versus silicate weathering in the Raikhot watershed within the High Himalayan Crystalline Series
Joel D. Blum;Carey A. Gazis;Carey A. Gazis;Andrew D. Jacobson;C. Page Chamberlain.
Climatic and ecologic changes during Miocene surface uplift in the Southern Patagonian Andes
Peter M. Blisniuk;Libby A. Stern;C. Page Chamberlain;Bruce Idleman.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2005)
Reconstructing the paleotopography of mountain belts from the isotopic composition of authigenic minerals
C. Page Chamberlain;M. A. Poage.
Synchronous anatexis, metamorphism, and rapid denudation at Nanga Parbat (Pakistan Himalaya)
Peter K. Zeitler;C. Page Chamberlain;Harold A. Smith.
Natural isotope markers in salmon
Brian P. Kennedy;Carol L. Folt;Joel D. Blum;C. Page Chamberlain.
Climatic and tectonic controls on chemical weathering in the New Zealand Southern Alps
Andrew D Jacobson;Joel D Blum;C.Page Chamberlain;Dave Craw.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2003)
Crustal reworking at Nanga Parbat, Pakistan: Metamorphic consequences of thermal‐mechanical coupling facilitated by erosion
Peter K. Zeitler;Peter O. Koons;Michael P. Bishop;C. Page Chamberlain.
δ18O and δD of streamwaters across the Himalaya and Tibetan Plateau: Implications for moisture sources and paleoelevation reconstructions
Michael T. Hren;Bodo Bookhagen;Peter M. Blisniuk;Amanda L. Booth.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2009)
Ammunition is the principal source of lead accumulated by California condors re-introduced to the wild.
Molly E Me Church;Roberto R Gwiazda;Robert W Rw Risebrough;Kelly K Sorenson.
Environmental Science & Technology (2006)
American Journal of Science
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