His main research concerns Ecology, Holocene, Oceanography, Peat and Glacier. He performs multidisciplinary study on Ecology and Environmental science in his works. Daniel H. Mann does research in Holocene, focusing on Younger Dryas specifically.
Daniel H. Mann works in the field of Oceanography, focusing on Ice stream in particular. His studies deal with areas such as Silt and Radiocarbon dating as well as Peat. The Neoglaciation research Daniel H. Mann does as part of his general Glacier study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Marine transgression, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Oceanography, Ecology, Physical geography, Arctic and Environmental science are his primary areas of study. Daniel H. Mann interconnects Glacier and Glacial period in the investigation of issues within Oceanography. His Glacier research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Last Glacial Maximum and Archaeology.
His research investigates the connection between Glacial period and topics such as Radiocarbon dating that intersect with issues in Pleistocene and Macrofossil. Daniel H. Mann studied Ecology and Megafauna that intersect with Ice age. His Arctic research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Permafrost and Climate change.
Daniel H. Mann spends much of his time researching Physical geography, Permafrost, Arctic, Climate change and Environmental science. His Physical geography research integrates issues from Range, Paleoclimatology, Holocene, Global warming and Dendrochronology. His Permafrost research incorporates themes from Sea ice and Erosion, Geomorphology.
His Arctic study is related to the wider topic of Oceanography. His Taiga research is within the category of Ecology. Daniel H. Mann combines subjects such as Biological dispersal and Extinction with his study of Ecology.
Daniel H. Mann mostly deals with Permafrost, Physical geography, Arctic, Ice age and Climate change. The study incorporates disciplines such as Range and Sea ice in addition to Permafrost. His Arctic research includes themes of Glacial period and Holocene.
His Holocene study is concerned with the field of Oceanography as a whole. In Ice age, Daniel H. Mann works on issues like Megafauna, which are connected to Ecology. The various areas that Daniel H. Mann examines in his Climate change study include Sand dune stabilization, Geomorphology and Transect.
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Piston corers for peat and lake sediments
H. E. Wright;D. H. Mann;P. H. Glaser.
Late Pleistocene and Holocene paleoenvironments of the North Pacific coast
Daniel H. Mann;Thomas D. Hamilton.
Quaternary Science Reviews (1995)
IMPACTS OF LARGE‐SCALE ATMOSPHERIC–OCEAN VARIABILITY ON ALASKAN FIRE SEASON SEVERITY
Paul A. Duffy;John E. Walsh;Jonathan M. Graham;Daniel H. Mann.
Ecological Applications (2005)
Slightly weathered Exxon Valdez oil persists in Gulf of Alaska beach sediments after 16 years.
Jeffrey W Short;Gail V Irvine;Daniel H Mann;Jacek M Maselko.
Environmental Science & Technology (2007)
Extent and Timing of the Last Glacial Maximum in Southwestern Alaska
Daniel H. Mann;Dorothy M. Peteet.
Quaternary Research (1994)
Drought, vegetation change, and human history on Rapa Nui (Isla de Pascua, Easter Island)
Daniel Mann;James Edwards;Julie Chase;Warren Beck.
Quaternary Research (2008)
Responses of an arctic landscape to Lateglacial and early Holocene climatic changes: the importance of moisture
Daniel H Mann;Dorothy M Peteet;Richard E Reanier;Michael L Kunz.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2002)
Is Alaska's Boreal Forest Now Crossing a Major Ecological Threshold?
Daniel H. Mann;T. Scott Rupp;Mark A. Olson;Paul A. Duffy.
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research (2012)
HOLOCENE GEOLOGIC AND CLIMATIC HISTORY AROUND THE GULF OF ALASKA
Daniel H. Mann;Aron L. Crowell;Thomas D. Hamilton;Bruce P. Finney.
Arctic Anthropology (1998)
Late Weichselian and Holocene relative sea-level history of Bröggerhalvöya, Spitsbergen
Steven L. Forman;Steven L. Forman;Daniel H. Mann;Gifford H. Miller;Gifford H. Miller.
Quaternary Research (1987)
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