2011 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Fellow of the Geological Society of America
Charles A. Nittrouer mainly investigates Oceanography, Continental shelf, Sediment, Seabed and Sedimentary rock. His Oceanography research incorporates elements of Sedimentation, Sediment transport, River mouth and Continental margin. His Continental shelf research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sedimentary depositional environment, Sedimentary budget, Geomorphology and Amazon rainforest.
His biological study focuses on Deposition. His Seabed research integrates issues from Sedimentary structures and Benthic zone. His research investigates the link between Sedimentary rock and topics such as Sea level that cross with problems in Ridge, Stratigraphy and Tectonics.
His primary areas of study are Oceanography, Sediment, Continental shelf, Sedimentary rock and Geomorphology. As a part of the same scientific family, Charles A. Nittrouer mostly works in the field of Oceanography, focusing on Sediment transport and, on occasion, Discharge. His Sediment research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hydrology, Geochemistry and Seabed.
His study in Seabed is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Benthic zone and Submarine pipeline. The concepts of his Continental shelf study are interwoven with issues in Sedimentary depositional environment, Canyon, Terrigenous sediment and Continental margin. His Sedimentary rock study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Earth science, Bioturbation and Sea level.
His primary areas of investigation include Oceanography, Sediment, Hydrology, Sediment transport and Tidal river. His Oceanography research includes themes of Fluvial and Mangrove. His Sediment study is associated with Geomorphology.
His Hydrology research includes elements of River mouth, Seabed, River delta and Coastal flood. His Sediment transport study combines topics in areas such as Discharge and Hydrology. His Shore study incorporates themes from Continental shelf and Progradation.
Charles A. Nittrouer mainly focuses on Oceanography, Sediment, Hydrology, Fluvial and Shore. His study in the field of Tidal river also crosses realms of Mekong delta. Charles A. Nittrouer studied Sediment and Estuary that intersect with Sediment transport.
The Hydrology study combines topics in areas such as Sedimentary budget, Seabed and River mouth. Charles A. Nittrouer has included themes like Continental shelf, Geomorphology and Progradation in his Shore study. His Geomorphology research incorporates elements of Seafloor spreading and Peninsula.
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The use of Pb-210 geochronology as a sedimentological tool: Application to the Washington continental shelf
C.A. Nittrouer;R.W. Sternberg;R. Carpenter;J.T. Bennett.
Marine Geology (1979)
Rates of sediment accumulation and particle reworking based on radiochemical measurements from continental shelf deposits in the East China Sea
David J. DeMaster;Brent A. McKee;Charles A. Nittrouer;Qian Jiangchu.
Continental Shelf Research (1985)
Sediment accumulation in a modern epicontinental-shelf setting: The Yellow Sea
C.R Alexander;C.R Alexander;D.J DeMaster;C.A Nittrouer.
Marine Geology (1991)
Nature of sediment accumulation on the Amazon continental shelf
Steven A. Kuehl;David J. DeMaster;Charles A. Nittrouer.
Continental Shelf Research (1986)
Episodic sediment accumulation on Amazonian flood plains influenced by El Niño/Southern Oscillation
Rolf Aalto;Laurence Maurice-Bourgoin;Thomas Dunne;David R. Montgomery.
Transport of particles across continental shelves
Charles A. Nittrouer;L. Donelson Wright.
Reviews of Geophysics (1994)
Modern accumulation rates and a sediment budget for the Eel shelf: a flood-dominated depositional environment
Christopher K Sommerfield;Charles A Nittrouer.
Marine Geology (1999)
The deltaic nature of Amazon shelf sedimentation
C. A. Nittrouer;S. A. Kuehl;D. J. Demaster;R. O. Kowsmann.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1986)
Dispersal of River Sediments in Coastal Seas: Six Contrasting Cases
L. D. Wright;C. A. Nittrouer.
The effect of sediment mixing on Pb-210 accumulation rates for the Washington continental shelf
C.A Nittrouer;D.J DeMaster;B.A McKee;N.H Cutshall.
Marine Geology (1984)
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