Isotopes of oxygen, Ecology, Isoscapes, Precipitation and Hydrology are his primary areas of study. His Isotopes of oxygen research integrates issues from δ18O, Water supply, Environmental chemistry, Isotope-ratio mass spectrometry and Meteoric water. Gabriel J. Bowen focuses mostly in the field of Ecology, narrowing it down to matters related to Phys anthropol and, in some cases, Range, Fractionation and Zoology.
His work in Isoscapes addresses subjects such as Physical geography, which are connected to disciplines such as Altitude, Paleoclimatology and Meteorology. As a part of the same scientific family, Gabriel J. Bowen mostly works in the field of Precipitation, focusing on Spatial distribution and, on occasion, Drainage basin, Surface water and Seasonality. His Hydrology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Common spatial pattern, Atmospheric sciences and Spatial variability.
His primary areas of investigation include Hydrology, Paleontology, Precipitation, Isoscapes and Isotopes of oxygen. His work on Structural basin, Paleogene, Eocene Thermal Maximum 2 and Carbon isotope excursion as part of general Paleontology study is frequently linked to Paleosol, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. The concepts of his Precipitation study are interwoven with issues in Climatology, Tap water, Atmospheric sciences and Spatial variability.
He works mostly in the field of Atmospheric sciences, limiting it down to topics relating to Water vapor and, in certain cases, Humidity, as a part of the same area of interest. His Isoscapes research includes themes of Ecology and Data science. Gabriel J. Bowen combines subjects such as Environmental chemistry and δ18O with his study of Isotopes of oxygen.
His main research concerns Precipitation, Isotopes of oxygen, δ18O, Mineralogy and Atmospheric sciences. His Isotopes of oxygen research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Wildlife, Keratin, Riparian zone, Terrestrial animal and Foraging. His studies in δ18O integrate themes in fields like Environmental change, Environment variable, Meteoric water and Water cycle.
His study on Mineralogy also encompasses disciplines like
Gabriel J. Bowen mainly investigates Mineralogy, Isoscapes, Precipitation, Isotopes of oxygen and δ18O. His Mineralogy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Isotope analysis, Spatial distribution, Carbon cycle and Bayesian probability. His Isoscapes study combines topics in areas such as Data management, Earth science, Provenance, Scale and Data products.
His Precipitation research incorporates themes from Pedogenesis, Isotopes of carbon, Physical geography, Water cycle and Moisture. His work carried out in the field of Isotopes of oxygen brings together such families of science as Evolutionary ecology, Riparian zone, Habitat, Terrestrial animal and Foraging. He has researched δ18O in several fields, including Geochemistry, Soil water and Meteoric water.
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Interpolating the isotopic composition of modern meteoric precipitation
Gabriel J. Bowen;Justin Revenaugh;Justin Revenaugh.
Water Resources Research (2003)
Global application of stable hydrogen and oxygen isotopes to wildlife forensics.
Gabriel J. Bowen;Leonard I. Wassenaar;Keith A. Hobson.
Spatial distribution of δ18O in meteoric precipitation
Gabriel J. Bowen;Bruce Wilkinson.
Molecular Paleohydrology: Interpreting the Hydrogen-Isotopic Composition of Lipid Biomarkers from Photosynthesizing Organisms
Dirk Sachse;Isabelle Billault;Gabriel J. Bowen;Yoshito Chikaraishi.
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences (2012)
Stable isotopes as one of nature's ecological recorders
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2006)
Assortative Mating as a Mechanism for Rapid Evolution of a Migratory Divide
Stuart Bearhop;Wolfgang Fiedler;Robert W. Furness;Stephen C. Votier.
Isoscapes: Spatial Pattern in Isotopic Biogeochemistry
Gabriel J. Bowen.
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences (2010)
Hydrologic connectivity constrains partitioning of global terrestrial water fluxes
Stephen P. Good;Stephen P. Good;David Noone;Gabriel J. Bowen.
Hydrogen and oxygen isotope ratios in human hair are related to geography
James R. Ehleringer;Gabriel J. Bowen;Lesley A. Chesson;Adam G. West.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2008)
Spatial distribution and seasonal variation in 18O/16O of modern precipitation and river water across the conterminous USA
Andrea Dutton;Andrea Dutton;Bruce H. Wilkinson;Jeffrey M. Welker;Gabriel J. Bowen.
Hydrological Processes (2005)
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