2023 - Research.com Earth Science in France Leader Award
1995 - Member of Academia Europaea
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ice core, Oceanography, Environmental science, Glacial period and Ice sheet. His studies deal with areas such as Paleoclimatology, European Project for Ice Coring in Antarctica, Atmospheric sciences, Interglacial and Atmospheric methane as well as Ice core. His Oceanography research incorporates elements of Ice age, Climatology and Paleontology.
His Environmental science study overlaps with Ice cap climate, Antarctic Cold Reversal and Climate change. His Glacial period research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quaternary, Physical geography and Holocene. The Ice sheet study combines topics in areas such as Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere and Ice-sheet model.
His primary scientific interests are in Ice core, Climatology, Environmental science, Glacial period and Ice sheet. Oceanography covers Dominique Raynaud research in Ice core. His research integrates issues of Last Glacial Maximum and Groenlandia in his study of Climatology.
His studies in Glacial period integrate themes in fields like Quaternary and Physical geography. His study on Ice sheet also encompasses disciplines like
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ice core, Climatology, Glacial period, Paleontology and Interglacial. Ice core is a subfield of Oceanography that Dominique Raynaud tackles. The various areas that Dominique Raynaud examines in his Climatology study include Sea level, Climate change, Paleoclimatology and Holocene.
His Sea level research incorporates elements of Glacier and Atmospheric sciences, Mixing ratio. His work on Deglaciation and Milankovitch cycles as part of general Glacial period research is often related to Climate state, thus linking different fields of science. His Ice sheet course of study focuses on Ice-sheet model and Greenland ice sheet and Eemian.
His primary areas of study are Climatology, Ice core, Climate change, Interglacial and Milankovitch cycles. His Ice core research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Paleontology, Greenland ice core project, Greenland ice sheet, Ice-sheet model and Eemian. His research in Paleontology intersects with topics in Ice stream and Geomorphology, Ice sheet.
His Global warming study in the realm of Climate change connects with subjects such as Environmental science and Hot Temperature. Interglacial is the subject of his research, which falls under Glacial period. Dominique Raynaud interconnects Ice-sheet dynamics, Paleoclimatology, Pleistocene and Forcing in the investigation of issues within Milankovitch cycles.
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Climate and atmospheric history of the past 420,000 years from the Vostok ice core, Antarctica
J. R. Petit;J. Jouzel;D. Raynaud;N. I. Barkov.
High-resolution carbon dioxide concentration record 650,000–800,000 years before present
Dieter Lüthi;Martine Le Floch;Bernhard Bereiter;Thomas Blunier.
Vostok ice core provides 160,000-year record of atmospheric CO2
J. M. Barnola;D. Raynaud;Y. S. Korotkevich;C. Lorius.
Orbital and Millennial Antarctic Climate Variability over the Past 800,000 Years
J. Jouzel;V. Masson-Delmotte;O. Cattani;G. Dreyfus.
Eight glacial cycles from an Antarctic ice core
Laurent Augustin;Carlo Barbante;Piers R. F. Barnes;Jean Marc Barnola.
Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations over the Last Glacial Termination
Eric Monnin;Andreas Indermühle;André Dällenbach;Jacqueline Flückiger.
Stable carbon cycle-climate relationship during the Late Pleistocene.
Urs Siegenthaler;Thomas F. Stocker;Eric Monnin;Dieter Lüthi.
One-to-one coupling of glacial climate variability in Greenland and Antarctica.
C. Barbante;J.-M. Barnola;J.-M. Barnola;S. Becagli;J. Beer;J. Beer.
Orbital and millennial-scale features of atmospheric CH4 over the past 800,000 years.
Laetitia Loulergue;Adrian Schilt;Renato Spahni;Valérie Masson-Delmotte.
Asynchrony of Antarctic and Greenland climate change during the last glacial period
T. Blunier;J. Chappellaz;J. Schwander;A. Dällenbach.
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