The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Plateau, Holocene, Ecology, Archaeology and Pleistocene. His Plateau study combines topics in areas such as Colonization, Upper Paleolithic, Climate change and Monsoon. His Monsoon research integrates issues from Arid and Holocene climatic optimum.
David B. Madsen combines subjects such as East Asian Monsoon, Steppe, Environmental change, Shore and Quaternary with his study of Holocene. His work is dedicated to discovering how East Asian Monsoon, Structural basin are connected with Resource and other disciplines. His Pleistocene research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Loess plateau, Mammal, Domestication, Mesolithic and Qinghai lake.
His main research concerns Holocene, Plateau, Physical geography, Structural basin and Archaeology. His research integrates issues of Arid, Ecology, Pleistocene, Quaternary and Shore in his study of Holocene. His work in Arid addresses subjects such as Climate change, which are connected to disciplines such as Marine isotope stage.
His work deals with themes such as Domestication and East Asian Monsoon, which intersect with Plateau. His Physical geography research includes elements of Glacial period, Climatology, Monsoon, Thermoluminescence dating and Qinghai tibetan plateau. His Structural basin study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Geochemistry, Cave, Marine Isotope Stage 5 and Optically stimulated luminescence.
His primary areas of investigation include Holocene, Plateau, Physical geography, Structural basin and Upper Paleolithic. In his research, David B. Madsen performs multidisciplinary study on Holocene and Solar irradiance. The concepts of his Plateau study are interwoven with issues in Pleistocene, Interglacial, Westerlies, Monsoon and Chronology.
His work carried out in the field of Physical geography brings together such families of science as Arid and Thermoluminescence dating. His Structural basin study incorporates themes from Coprophilous fungi, Human settlement and Qinghai tibetan plateau. His Upper Paleolithic study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Archaeology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Plateau, Chronology, Arid, Physical geography and Holocene. His Plateau research incorporates themes from Karst, Paleontology and Pleistocene. The various areas that David B. Madsen examines in his Chronology study include Structural basin, Sequence, Paleosol and East Asia.
David B. Madsen has researched Arid in several fields, including Westerlies, Monsoon and Marine isotope stage, Interglacial. His Physical geography study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Loess. David B. Madsen has included themes like Northern Hemisphere, Dust storm and Zonal and meridional in his Holocene study.
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Holocene moisture evolution in arid central Asia and its out-of-phase relationship with Asian monsoon history
Fahu Chen;Zicheng Yu;Zicheng Yu;Meilin Yang;Emi Ito.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2008)
Mass collecting and the diet breadth model: A Great Basin example
David B. Madsen;Dave N. Schmitt.
Journal of Archaeological Science (1998)
The Late Upper Paleolithic occupation of the northern Tibetan Plateau margin
David B. Madsen;David B. Madsen;Ma Haizhou;P. Jeffrey Brantingham;Gao Xing.
Journal of Archaeological Science (2006)
Holocene environmental change inferred from a high-resolution pollen record, Lake Zhuyeze, arid China
Fa-Hu Chen;Bo Cheng;Yan Zhao;Yan Zhu.
The Holocene (2006)
Age constraints on the late Quaternary evolution of Qinghai Lake, Tibetan Plateau
David B. Madsen;Ma Haizhou;David Rhode;P. Jeffrey Brantingham.
Quaternary Research (2008)
Late Quaternary environmental change in the Bonneville basin, western USA
D.B. Madsen;D. Rhode;D.K. Grayson;J.M. Broughton.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (2001)
Paleoenvironmental and archaeological investigations at Qinghai Lake, western China: Geomorphic and chronometric evidence of lake level history
David Rhode;Ma Haizhou;David B. Madsen;P. Jeffrey Brantingham.
Quaternary International (2010)
The Fremont Complex: A Behavioral Perspective
David B. Madsen;Steven R. Simms.
Journal of World Prehistory (1998)
Last deglacial and Holocene lake level variations of Qinghai Lake, north‐eastern Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau
Xiang-Jun Liu;Zhongping Lai;David Madsen;Fangming Zeng.
Journal of Quaternary Science (2015)
A short chronology for the peopling of the Tibetan Plateau
P. Jeffrey Brantingham;Xing Gao;John W. Olsen;Haizhou Ma.
Developments in Quaternary Science (2007)
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