His primary scientific interests are in Civilization, Bronze Age, Radiocarbon dating, Chronology and Ancient history. His Civilization study incorporates themes from Global warming, Climate change, Paleoclimatology and Iron Age. David Kaniewski interconnects Mediterranean climate, Radiometric dating and Historical archaeology in the investigation of issues within Bronze Age.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Mediterranean climate, Steppe are connected with Holocene and other disciplines. His Chronology research incorporates elements of Linkage, Famine, Proximate and ultimate causation and Hittite language. His work on Ancient literature as part of general Ancient history research is often related to Paleobotany, thus linking different fields of science.
David Kaniewski mainly investigates Holocene, Mediterranean climate, Ecology, Climate change and Vegetation. His Holocene research integrates issues from Climatology, Physical geography and Progradation. His Mediterranean climate research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Storm, Little ice age and Iron Age.
The various areas that he examines in his Climate change study include Bronze Age, Prosperity, Marsh and Precipitation. The concepts of his Bronze Age study are interwoven with issues in Famine, Radiocarbon dating and Chronology. David Kaniewski focuses mostly in the field of Chronology, narrowing it down to matters related to Linkage and, in some cases, Civilization.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Holocene, Climate change, Physical geography, Mediterranean climate and Ecology. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Holocene, focusing on Sedimentary depositional environment and, on occasion, Vegetation dynamics and Palynology. His Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Social change, Livelihood and Mediterranean Basin.
David Kaniewski has included themes like Pollen, Global warming, Vegetation, Demographic change and Balearic islands in his Physical geography study. He combines subjects such as Bronze Age, Aridification, Precipitation, Iron Age and Demise with his study of Mediterranean climate. His Ecology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Natural and Prehistory.
Physical geography, Holocene, Pollen, Climate change and Radiocarbon dating are his primary areas of study. David Kaniewski combines subjects such as Land cover, Human population dynamics, Demographic change and Land use, land-use change and forestry with his study of Physical geography. His Climate change research entails a greater understanding of Ecology.
He interconnects Woodland, Vegetation, Wetland and Grassland in the investigation of issues within Radiocarbon dating.
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Primary domestication and early uses of the emblematic olive tree: palaeobotanical, historical and molecular evidence from the Middle East.
Biological Reviews (2012)
Environmental Roots of the Late Bronze Age Crisis
David Kaniewski;David Kaniewski;David Kaniewski;Elise Van Campo;Elise Van Campo;Joël Guiot;Sabine Le Burel;Sabine Le Burel.
PLOS ONE (2013)
Late second-early first millennium BC abrupt climate changes in coastal Syria and their possible significance for the history of the eastern Mediterranean
D. Kaniewski;D. Kaniewski;D. Kaniewski;E. Paulissen;E. Van Campo;E. Van Campo;H. Weiss.
Quaternary Research (2010)
Drought is a recurring challenge in the Middle East
David Kaniewski;Elise Van Campo;Harvey Weiss.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
Middle East coastal ecosystem response to middle-to-late Holocene abrupt climate changes
D. Kaniewski;E. Paulissen;E. Van Campo;M. Al-Maqdissi.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2008)
Holocene evolution of Portus Pisanus, the lost harbour of Pisa
D. Kaniewski;N. Marriner;C. Morhange;M. Vacchi.
Scientific Reports (2018)
ITCZ and ENSO-like pacing of Nile delta hydro-geomorphology during the Holocene
Nick Marriner;Clément Flaux;David Kaniewski;Christophe Morhange.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2012)
Nile Delta's sinking past: Quantifiable links with Holocene compaction and climate-driven changes in sediment supply?
Nick Marriner;Clément Flaux;Christophe Morhange;David Kaniewski.
Late Holocene high resolution palaeoclimatic reconstruction inferred from Sebkha Mhabeul, southeast Tunisia
L. Marquer;L. Marquer;S. Pomel;A. Abichou;E. Schulz.
Quaternary Research (2008)
Man, vegetation and climate during the Holocene in the territory of Sagalassos, Western Taurus Mountains, SW Turkey
Johan Bakker;Etienne Paulissen;David Kaniewski;David Kaniewski;Véronique De Laet.
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany (2012)
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