The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ice stream, Geomorphology, Ice sheet, Antarctic sea ice and Seabed gouging by ice. Ice stream is frequently linked to Paleontology in his study. His study involves Glacier and Glacial period, a branch of Geomorphology.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Continental shelf, Landform, Pleistocene and Holocene. His Continental shelf research incorporates elements of Seafloor spreading and Deglaciation. His Ice sheet research includes themes of Sea ice, Ice shelf and Drift ice.
Dag Ottesen spends much of his time researching Paleontology, Geomorphology, Ice sheet, Glacial period and Ice stream. His study on Quaternary, Sedimentary rock, Pleistocene and Holocene is often connected to Continental margin as part of broader study in Paleontology. Dag Ottesen focuses mostly in the field of Geomorphology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Seafloor spreading and, in certain cases, Landform and Seabed.
His biological study deals with issues like Seabed gouging by ice, which deal with fields such as Glacier morphology. Many of his research projects under Glacial period are closely connected to Lineation with Lineation, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. He regularly links together related areas like Drift ice in his Ice stream studies.
His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Ice sheet, High resolution, North sea and Quaternary. His study in Continental shelf extends to Paleontology with its themes. His Continental shelf study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Glacial period and Seafloor spreading.
Ice sheet is closely attributed to Meltwater in his study. His study in Quaternary is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ice age, Geologic record, Sedimentary rock, Glacier and Oceanography. His study on Tunnel valley is covered under Geomorphology.
His main research concerns Ice sheet, Paleontology, Glacier, Landform and Meltwater. His Ice sheet study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Quaternary sediments, Seafloor spreading, Deglaciation and Continental shelf. Dag Ottesen is interested in Quaternary, which is a field of Paleontology.
The Glacier study combines topics in areas such as Archipelago and Holocene. His Landform study combines topics in areas such as Sedimentary rock, Ice age, Underwater vehicle and Geologic record. His Meltwater research incorporates themes from North sea, Sediment, Substrate, Channel and Waves and shallow water.
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Submarine landforms and the reconstruction of fast-flowing ice streams within a large Quaternary ice sheet: The 2500-km-long Norwegian-Svalbard margin (57°–80°N)
D. Ottesen;J.A. Dowdeswell;L. Rise.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2005)
Submarine glacial landforms and rates of ice-stream collapse
J.A. Dowdeswell;D. Ottesen;J. Evans;C. Ó Cofaigh.
Assemblages of submarine landforms produced by tidewater glaciers in Svalbard
D. Ottesen;J. A. Dowdeswell.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
Dynamics of the Late Weichselian ice sheet on Svalbard inferred from high‐resolution sea‐floor morphology
Dag Ottesen;Julian A. Dowdeswell;Jon Y. Landvik;Juergen Mienert.
Configuration, history and impact of the Norwegian Channel Ice Stream
Hans Petter Sejrup;Eiliv Larsen;Haflidi Haflidason;Ida M. Berstad.
Large-scale development of the mid-Norwegian margin during the last 3 million years
Leif Rise;Dag Ottesen;Kjell Berg;Erik Lundin.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (2005)
An inter-ice-stream glaciated margin: Submarine landforms and a geomorphic model based on marine-geophysical data from Svalbard
Dag Ottesen;Julian A. Dowdeswell.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2009)
Submarine landforms characteristic of glacier surges in two Spitsbergen fjords
D. Ottesen;J.A. Dowdeswell;D.I. Benn;L. Kristensen.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2008)
Rethinking Late Weichselian ice-sheet dynamics in coastal NW Svalbard
Jon Y. Landvik;Ólafur Ingólfsson;Jürgen Mienert;Scott J. Lehman.
The Storegga Slide Complex; Repeated Large Scale Sliding in Response to Climatic Cyclicity
P. Bryn;A. Solheim;K. Berg;R. Lien.
EGS - AGU - EUG Joint Assembly (2003)
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