His primary areas of study are Climatology, Climate model, Climate change, Pliocene climate and Climate sensitivity. Daniel J. Lunt interconnects Global warming, Greenhouse gas and Water cycle in the investigation of issues within Climatology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sea surface temperature, Atmospheric sciences, Atmospheric temperature and Last Glacial Maximum in addition to Climate model.
His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Vegetation and Biome. His study looks at the intersection of Pliocene climate and topics like Paleoclimatology with Greenland ice sheet, Ice sheet and Ice-sheet model. His Climate sensitivity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere and Earth system science.
His primary areas of investigation include Climatology, Climate model, Climate change, Oceanography and Ice sheet. His work in Climatology covers topics such as Precipitation which are related to areas like Late Miocene. His study in Climate model is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Glacial period, Interglacial, Sea surface temperature and Greenhouse gas.
The Climate change study which covers Biome that intersects with Vegetation. The various areas that Daniel J. Lunt examines in his Ice sheet study include Cryosphere, Sea ice and Ice-sheet model. His Ice-sheet model research incorporates themes from Ice core and Sea ice thickness.
Daniel J. Lunt mainly focuses on Climatology, Climate model, Climate sensitivity, Climate change and Paleoclimatology. His studies deal with areas such as Period and Holocene climatic optimum as well as Climatology. His research integrates issues of Glacial period, Interglacial, Pliocene climate, Sea surface temperature and Ice sheet in his study of Climate model.
His Climate sensitivity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Geologic record, Future climate, Water cycle, Benthic zone and Polar amplification. His Climate change research includes themes of High carbon dioxide and Earth system science. His work in Paleoclimatology addresses issues such as Earth science, which are connected to fields such as Methane, Carbon cycle, Total organic carbon and Volcano.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Climate sensitivity, Climatology, Future climate, Climate model and Paleogene. His Climate sensitivity research integrates issues from Zonal and meridional and Precipitation. His Climatology study incorporates themes from Mean radiant temperature and Holocene climatic optimum.
His Future climate study contributes to a more complete understanding of Climate change. His Climate model study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Atmospheric sciences, Antarctic ice sheet, Pliocene climate and Ice sheet. Daniel J. Lunt has researched Paleogene in several fields, including Plateau, Paleoclimatology and Asteroid.
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Imprints of glacial refugia in the modern genetic diversity of Pinus sylvestris
Rachid Cheddadi;Giovanni Giuseppe Vendramin;Thomas Litt;Louis François.
Global Ecology and Biogeography (2006)
Future climate forcing potentially without precedent in the last 420 million years
Gavin L. Foster;Dana L. Royer;Daniel J. Lunt.
Nature Communications (2017)
Late Pliocene Greenland glaciation controlled by a decline in atmospheric CO2 levels.
Daniel J. Lunt;Gavin L. Foster;Alan M. Haywood;Emma J. Stone.
Large-scale features of Pliocene climate: results from the Pliocene Model Intercomparison Project
Alan Haywood;Daniel Hill;Daniel Hill;Aisling Dolan;Bette Otto-Bliesner.
Climate of The Past (2013)
Plio-Pleistocene climate sensitivity evaluated using high-resolution CO2 records
Miguel A. Martínez-Botí;Gavin L Foster;Tom B. Chalk;Eelco J Rohling.
Earth system sensitivity inferred from Pliocene modelling and data
Daniel J. Lunt;Daniel J. Lunt;Alan M. Haywood;Gavin A. Schmidt;Ulrich Salzmann;Ulrich Salzmann.
Nature Geoscience (2010)
A new global biome reconstruction and data‐model comparison for the Middle Pliocene
Ulrich Salzmann;Alan Haywood;Daniel Lunt;Daniel Lunt;Paul Valdes.
Global Ecology and Biogeography (2008)
Changing atmospheric CO2 concentration was the primary driver of early Cenozoic climate
Eleni Anagnostou;Eleanor H. John;Kirsty M. Edgar;Gavin L. Foster.
Closure of the Panama Seaway during the Pliocene: implications for climate and Northern Hemisphere glaciation
Daniel J. Lunt;Daniel J. Lunt;Paul J. Valdes;Alan Haywood;Alan Haywood;Ian C. Rutt.
Climate Dynamics (2007)
Making sense of palaeoclimate sensitivity
E. J. Rohling;A. Sluijs;H. A. Dijkstra;P. Köhler.
Nature Geoscience (2012)
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