His main research concerns Oceanography, Holocene, Westerlies, Glacial period and Paleoclimatology. His Oceanography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sediment, Terrigenous sediment and Quaternary. His Holocene research focuses on Climatology and how it relates to Humidity, Sedimentary rock and Hydrological balance.
His Westerlies research incorporates themes from Arid and Last Glacial Maximum, Deglaciation, Antarctic Cold Reversal. His Glacial period research includes themes of Deposition, Southern Hemisphere and Global climate. His Paleoclimatology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Foraminifera and Salinity.
Frank Lamy mainly focuses on Oceanography, Sediment core, Geochemistry, Glacial period and Sediment. His Oceanography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Climatology, Radiocarbon dating and Terrigenous sediment. Frank Lamy has researched Sediment core in several fields, including Table, Globigerina bulloides, Hydrology, Mineralogy and Benthic zone.
His Glacial period study incorporates themes from Water mass and Ice sheet. He regularly ties together related areas like Continental margin in his Sediment studies. His research in Holocene focuses on subjects like Westerlies, which are connected to Southern Hemisphere.
Frank Lamy mostly deals with Oceanography, Glacial period, Sediment core, Sediment and Holocene. Frank Lamy combines topics linked to Coccolithophore with his work on Oceanography. His Glacial period study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Water mass, Upwelling and Southern Hemisphere.
His study explores the link between Sediment and topics such as Westerlies that cross with problems in TEX86 and Subtropical front. His study on Holocene is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Fjord. His work carried out in the field of Circumpolar star brings together such families of science as Current and Climatology.
Frank Lamy mainly investigates Oceanography, Glacial period, Holocene, Terrigenous sediment and Polar front. He has included themes like Coccolith, Coccolithophore and Sediment in his Oceanography study. His work in Sediment covers topics such as Westerlies which are related to areas like TEX86.
His work in Glacial period tackles topics such as Southern Hemisphere which are related to areas like Mixed layer, Middle latitudes and Subtropics. When carried out as part of a general Holocene research project, his work on Paleoseismology is frequently linked to work in Tephrochronology, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Frank Lamy works mostly in the field of Terrigenous sediment, limiting it down to concerns involving Ocean current and, occasionally, Oceanic basin and Continental margin.
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Holocene rainfall variability in southern Chile: a marine record of latitudinal shifts of the Southern Westerlies
Frank Lamy;Dierk Hebbeln;Ursula Röhl;Gerold Wefer.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2001)
Mediterranean Moisture Source for an Early-Holocene Humid Period in the Northern Red Sea
Helge W Arz;Frank Lamy;Jürgen Pätzold;Peter J Müller.
Antarctic timing of surface water changes off Chile and Patagonian ice sheet response.
Frank Lamy;Jérome Kaiser;Ulysses Ninnemann;Dierk Hebbeln.
Holocene changes in the position and intensity of the southern westerly wind belt
Frank Lamy;Rolf Kilian;Helge W. Arz;Jean-Pierre Francois.
Nature Geoscience (2010)
High-Resolution Marine Record of Climatic Change in Mid-latitude Chile during the Last 28,000 Years Based on Terrigenous Sediment Parameters
Frank Lamy;Dierk Hebbeln;Gerold Wefer.
Quaternary Research (1999)
Coherent high- and low-latitude control of the northwest African hydrological balance
Rik Tjallingii;Rik Tjallingii;Martin Claussen;Martin Claussen;Jan Berend W Stuut;Jens Fohlmeister.
Nature Geoscience (2008)
A 70‐kyr sea surface temperature record off southern Chile (Ocean Drilling Program Site 1233)
Jérome Kaiser;Frank Lamy;Dierk Hebbeln.
A review of Glacial and Holocene paleoclimate records from southernmost Patagonia (49–55°S)
Rolf Kilian;Frank Lamy.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2012)
Increased Dust Deposition in the Pacific Southern Ocean During Glacial Periods
Frank Lamy;Rainer Gersonde;Gisela Winckler;Gisela Winckler;Oliver Esper.
A Pronounced Dry Event Recorded Around 4.2 ka in Brine Sediments from the Northern Red Sea
Helge W. Arz;Frank Lamy;Jürgen Pätzold.
Quaternary Research (2006)
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