David Williamson focuses on Holocene, Climate change, Intertropical Convergence Zone, Younger Dryas and Glacial period. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Crater lake and Environmental change. He interconnects Volcano, Radiocarbon dating and Physical geography in the investigation of issues within Climate change.
His Physical geography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Paleomagnetism, Older Dryas, Eemian, Interglacial and Ice core. His research in Glacial period is mostly concerned with Last Glacial Maximum. His research integrates issues of Sedimentary depositional environment and Maar in his study of Last Glacial Maximum.
David Williamson mainly investigates Holocene, Physical geography, Climate change, Crater lake and Oceanography. His Holocene study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sedimentary depositional environment, Glacial period, Quaternary and Pleistocene. His Physical geography study also includes fields such as
His studies examine the connections between Climate change and genetics, as well as such issues in Pollen, with regards to Tropics. His Crater lake research incorporates elements of Drainage basin and Maar. His Oceanography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Volcano, Tephra, Structural basin and Bog.
His primary areas of investigation include Climate change, Physical geography, East africa, Wax and Ecology. His work deals with themes such as Later Stone Age, Cumulative effects and Land use, which intersect with Climate change. His study in Physical geography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Drainage basin, Watershed, Shore and Biogeochemical cycle.
His work on Palynofacies, Paleolimnology, Palynology and Paleoclimatology as part of general Ecology research is frequently linked to Marsh, bridging the gap between disciplines. Palynofacies is closely attributed to Holocene in his work. His biological study focuses on Younger Dryas.
His primary scientific interests are in Physical geography, Ecology, Land use, Later Stone Age and Climate change. His Physical geography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Climatology, Younger Dryas, Holocene, Sediment and Seasonality. His study in the field of Cumulative effects is also linked to topics like Southeast asian, Pastoralism, Population growth and Subsistence agriculture.
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Climate variations in Europe over the past 140 kyr deduced from rock magnetism
Nicolas Thouveny;Jacques-Louis de Beaulieu;Eugène Bonifay;Ken M. Creer.
Climatic patterns in equatorial and southern Africa from 30,000 to 10,000 years ago reconstructed from terrestrial and near-shore proxy data
Françoise Gasse;Françoise Chalié;Annie Vincens;Martin A.J. Williams.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2008)
Phytolith indices as proxies of grass subfamilies on East African tropical mountains
Laurent Bremond;Anne Alexandre;Matthew J. Wooller;Christelle Hély.
grid and pervasive computing (2008)
Timing of the Younger Dryas event in East Africa from lake-level changes
Nell Roberts;Maurice Taieb;Philip Barker;Brahlm Damnati.
The Ziway–Shala lake basin system, Main Ethiopian Rift: Influence of volcanism, tectonics, and climatic forcing on basin formation and sedimentation
Caroline Le Turdu;Jean-Jacques Tiercelin;Elisabeth Gibert;Yves Travi.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (1999)
Relationship between heavy metals and magnetic properties in a large polluted catchment: The Etang de Berre (south of France)
V.M. Georgeaud;P. Rochette;J.P. Ambrosi;D. Vandamme.
Physics and Chemistry of The Earth (1997)
Drivers and trajectories of land cover change in East Africa: human and environmental interactions from 6000 years ago to present
Rob Marchant;Suzi Richer;Oliver Boles;Claudia Capitani.
Earth-Science Reviews (2018)
Abrupt resumption of the African Monsoon at the Younger Dryas—Holocene climatic transition
Yannick Garcin;Annie Vincens;David Williamson;Guillaume Buchet.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2007)
Pollen-based vegetation changes in southern Tanzania during the last 4200 years: climate change and/or human impact
Annie Vincens;David Williamson;Florian Thevenon;Maurice Taieb.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (2003)
Mineral-magnetic proxies of erosion/oxidation cycles in tropical maar-lake sediments (Lake Tritrivakely, Madagascar): paleoenvironmental implications
D Williamson;A Jelinowska;C Kissel;P Tucholka.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1998)
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