The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Isotopes of oxygen, Oceanography, Plateau, Paleontology and δ18O. The concepts of his Isotopes of oxygen study are interwoven with issues in Environmental chemistry, Aragonite, Meteoric water and Isotopes of carbon. In his work, Ecology, Pleistocene and Seasonality is strongly intertwined with Northern Hemisphere, which is a subfield of Environmental chemistry.
In the field of Oceanography, his study on Monsoon, Holocene and Estuary overlaps with subjects such as Context. David L. Dettman has included themes like East Asian Monsoon and Graben in his Plateau study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Isotope analysis, Chione and Sclerochronology.
David L. Dettman mostly deals with Oceanography, Isotopes of oxygen, Paleontology, δ18O and Environmental science. His work deals with themes such as Meteoric water, Diagenesis and Isotopes of carbon, which intersect with Isotopes of oxygen. His Isotopes of carbon study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Environmental chemistry and Aragonite.
As a member of one scientific family, David L. Dettman mostly works in the field of Paleontology, focusing on Plateau and, on occasion, Graben. While the research belongs to areas of δ18O, David L. Dettman spends his time largely on the problem of δ13C, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Otolith. His study in Monsoon is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Climate change and Physical geography.
His primary areas of investigation include Oceanography, Monsoon, Environmental science, Environmental chemistry and δ13C. Coral is the focus of his Oceanography research. David L. Dettman has researched Monsoon in several fields, including Cactus, Radiocarbon dating, Climate change, Physical geography and Threatened species.
His Physical geography research incorporates themes from Arid, East Asian Monsoon and Pleistocene. The study incorporates disciplines such as Pelagic zone, δ18O, Provenance and Benthic zone in addition to δ13C. He combines subjects such as Tuna, Otolith, Seawater, Isotopes of oxygen and Upwelling with his study of δ18O.
His main research concerns Brackish water, Oceanography, Stomatal conductance, Environmental chemistry and Anoxic waters. His studies in Oceanography integrate themes in fields like Biodiversity, Pleistocene, Quaternary, Late Miocene and River corridor. David L. Dettman interconnects Subtropics, Ecology, Spine, Taxon and Spatial ecology in the investigation of issues within Stomatal conductance.
Environmental chemistry and Environmental science are two areas of study in which David L. Dettman engages in interdisciplinary research. Anoxic waters is closely attributed to Sediment in his work.
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Seasonal stable isotope evidence for a strong Asian monsoon throughout the past 10.7 m.y
David L. Dettman;Matthew J. Kohn;Jay Quade;F.J. Ryerson.
Atlantic Forcing of Persistent Drought in West Africa
T. M. Shanahan;T. M. Shanahan;J. T. Overpeck;K. J. Anchukaitis;J. W. Beck.
Controls on the stable isotope composition of seasonal growth bands in aragonitic fresh-water bivalves (unionidae)
David L. Dettman;Aimee K. Reische;Kyger C. Lohmann.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1999)
High times on the Tibetan Plateau: Paleoelevation of the Thakkhola graben, Nepal
Carmala N. Garzione;David L. Dettman;Jay Quade;Peter G. DeCelles.
High and dry in central Tibet during the Late Oligocene
Peter G. DeCelles;Jay Quade;Paul Kapp;Majie Fan.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2007)
Ecological consequences of early Late Pleistocene megadroughts in tropical Africa.
Andrew S. Cohen;Jeffery R. Stone;Kristina R.M. Beuning;Lisa E. Park.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2007)
Oxygen isotope variation in the tusks of extinct proboscideans: A measure of season of death and seasonality
Paul L. Koch;Daniel C. Fisher;David Dettman.
Cross-Calibration of Daily Growth Increments, Stable Isotope Variation, and Temperature in the Gulf of California Bivalve Mollusk Chione cortezi: Implications for Paleoenvironmental Analysis
David H. Goodwin;Karl W. Flessa;Bernd R. Schöne;David L. Dettman.
Stable isotope stratigraphy and paleoclimatology of the Paleogene Bighorn Basin (Wyoming, USA)
Paul L. Koch;James C. Zachos;David L. Dettman.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (1995)
Uplift-driven climate change at 12 Ma: a long δ18O record from the NE margin of the Tibetan plateau
David L. Dettman;Xiaomin Fang;Carmala N. Garzione;Jijun Li.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2003)
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