His scientific interests lie mostly in Radiocarbon dating, Holocene, Accelerator mass spectrometry, Younger Dryas and Archaeology. He has researched Radiocarbon dating in several fields, including Pleistocene, Radiochemistry and Isotope. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Colluvium, Quaternary and Geomorphology.
His Accelerator mass spectrometry research incorporates elements of Neutron, Nuclear physics, Spallation and Current. His Younger Dryas research includes elements of East Asian Monsoon, Climatology and Deglaciation. His work in the fields of Fossil bone and Shroud overlaps with other areas such as Conclusive evidence and Human bone.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Radiocarbon dating, Accelerator mass spectrometry, Paleontology, Archaeology and Holocene. His Radiocarbon dating study incorporates themes from Loess, Mineralogy, Pleistocene and Radionuclide. His Pleistocene study which covers Younger Dryas that intersects with Coral.
Douglas J. Donahue combines subjects such as Mass spectrum, Oceanography and Spallation with his study of Accelerator mass spectrometry. Many of his research projects under Archaeology are closely connected to Desert with Desert, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. The Holocene study combines topics in areas such as Monsoon and Climatology.
His main research concerns Radiocarbon dating, Accelerator mass spectrometry, Pleistocene, Paleontology and Oceanography. His Radiocarbon dating study is concerned with Archaeology in general. His work deals with themes such as Natural and Snow, which intersect with Accelerator mass spectrometry.
The study incorporates disciplines such as In situ, Authigenic, Cosmic ray and Geomorphology in addition to Pleistocene. Douglas J. Donahue has included themes like Ice core and Radionuclide in his Paleontology study. His work in the fields of Oceanography, such as Porites, Coral and Paleoclimatology, intersects with other areas such as Pollution.
Douglas J. Donahue mostly deals with Climatology, Paleontology, Monsoon, Ice core and Pleistocene. His research integrates issues of Younger Dryas and Precipitation in his study of Climatology. His Paleomagnetism, Glacial period and Quaternary study in the realm of Paleontology connects with subjects such as Paleoatmosphere.
His research in Monsoon intersects with topics in Radiocarbon dating and Holocene, Holocene climatic optimum. Douglas J. Donahue focuses mostly in the field of Ice core, narrowing it down to matters related to Chronology and, in some cases, Meteorite, Biogeochemical cycle, Accelerator mass spectrometry, Earth science and Natural. The concepts of his Pleistocene study are interwoven with issues in Authigenic, Cosmic ray, Radionuclide and Ridge.
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A Large Drop in Atmospheric 14C/12C and Reduced Melting in the Younger Dryas, Documented with 230Th Ages of Corals
R. Lawrence Edwards;J. Warren Beck;G. S. Burr;D. J. Donahue.
Extremely Large Variations of Atmospheric 14C Concentration During the Last Glacial Period
JW Beck;David A Richards;RL Edwards;BW Silverman.
Isotope-Ratio and Background Corrections for Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Radiocarbon Measurements
D. J. Donahue;T. W. Linick;A. J. T. Jull.
Radiocarbon dating of the Shroud of Turin
P. E. Damon;D. J. Donahue;B. H. Gore;A. L. Hatheway.
Accelerator Radiocarbon Dating at the Molecular-Level
Thomas W. Stafford;Thomas W. Stafford;P.E. Hare;Lloyd Currie;A.J.T. Jull.
Journal of Archaeological Science (1991)
Age and whole rock–glass compositions of proximal pyroclastics from the major explosive eruptions of Somma-Vesuvius: A review as a tool for distal tephrostratigraphy
Roberto Santacroce;Raffaello Cioni;Paola Marianelli;Alessandro Sbrana.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (2008)
Episode of Strengthened Summer Monsoon Climate of Younger Dryas Age on the Loess Plateau of Central China
An Zhisheng;Stephen C. Porter;Zhou Weijian;Lu Yanchou.
Quaternary Research (1993)
Variability of Monsoon Climate in East Asia at the End of the Last Glaciation
Zhou Weijian;Douglas J. Donahue;Stephen C. Porter;Timothy A. Jull.
Quaternary Research (1996)
LOW ORGANIC CARBON ACCUMULATION RATES IN BLACK SEA SEDIMENTS
S. E. Calvert;R. E. Karlin;L. J. Toolin;D. J. Donahue.
Study of bone radiocarbon dating accuracy at the University of Arizona NSF accelerator facility for radioisotope analysis.
Thomas W Stafford;A J T Jull;Klaus Brendel;Raymond C Duhamel.
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