George S. Burr mainly focuses on Radiocarbon dating, Oceanography, Calibration, Paleontology and Quaternary. George S. Burr works on Radiocarbon dating which deals in particular with Absolute dating. The concepts of his Absolute dating study are interwoven with issues in Dendrochronology and Cenozoic.
His work in the fields of Sea level, Younger Dryas and Paleoclimatology overlaps with other areas such as Age correction. George S. Burr mostly deals with Before Present in his studies of Paleontology. His Before Present study combines topics in areas such as Foraminifera, Wiggle matching, Mixed layer and Varve.
George S. Burr spends much of his time researching Radiocarbon dating, Oceanography, Holocene, Paleontology and Accelerator mass spectrometry. His work in the fields of Radiocarbon dating, such as Absolute dating, overlaps with other areas such as Calibration. His biological study deals with issues like Climatology, which deal with fields such as Atmosphere.
Paleontology is represented through his Quaternary, Pleistocene and Before Present research. His work focuses on many connections between Physical geography and other disciplines, such as Paleoclimatology, that overlap with his field of interest in Younger Dryas. His studies in Monsoon integrate themes in fields like Last Glacial Maximum and Plankton.
His primary scientific interests are in Radiocarbon dating, Oceanography, Holocene, Geochemistry and Coral. His work on Accelerator mass spectrometry as part of general Radiocarbon dating research is frequently linked to Mixing, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work carried out in the field of Holocene brings together such families of science as Aquatic ecosystem, Physical geography and Ostracod.
His Physical geography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Quaternary and Last Glacial Maximum. The various areas that he examines in his Last Glacial Maximum study include Meltwater, Foraminifera and Pleistocene. His Coral research includes themes of Upwelling, Radionuclide, Nuclear weapons testing and Radiogenic nuclide.
His main research concerns Oceanography, Radiocarbon dating, Coral, Climatology and Physical geography. His research integrates issues of Marine ecosystem, Surface water and Radiogenic nuclide in his study of Oceanography. George S. Burr works in the field of Radiocarbon dating, focusing on Accelerator mass spectrometry in particular.
His Coral study combines topics in areas such as Radionuclide, Nuclear weapons testing, Upwelling and Atoll. His Climatology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sedimentary rock and Meteorology. His Physical geography research also works with subjects such as
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INTCAL98 Radiocarbon Age Calibration, 24,000-0 cal BP
M Stuiver;P.J Reimer;E Bard;J.W Beck.
IntCal04 terrestrial radiocarbon age calibration, 0-26 cal kyr BP
Paula J. Reimer;Mike G.L. Baillie;Edouard Bard;Alex Bayliss.
Marine04 marine radiocarbon age calibration, 0-26 cal kyr BP
Konrad A Hughen;Mike G L Baillie;Edouard Bard;J Warren Beck.
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.
Rapid sea-level fall and deep-ocean temperature change since the last interglacial period
K.B Cutler;R.L Edwards;F.W Taylor;H Cheng.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2003)
Extremely Large Variations of Atmospheric 14C Concentration During the Last Glacial Period
JW Beck;David A Richards;RL Edwards;BW Silverman.
High-resolution evidence from southern China of an early Holocene optimum and a mid-Holocene dry event during the past 18,000 years
Weijian Zhou;Xuefeng Yu;A.J. Timothy Jull;G. Burr.
Quaternary Research (2004)
Marine04 Marine radiocarbon age calibration, 26 ? 0 ka BP
K Hughen;M Baille;E Bard;J Beck.
High resolution Holocene monsoon record from the eastern Arabian Sea
Ashish Sarkar;R Ramesh;B.L.K Somayajulu;R Agnihotri.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2000)
Comment on "Radiocarbon Calibration Curve Spanning 0 to 50,000 Years B.P. Based on Paired 230Th/234U/238U and 14C Dates on Pristine Corals" by R.G. Fairbanks, R. A. Mortlock, T.-C. Chiu, L. Cao, A. Kaplan, T. P. Guilderson, T. W. Fairbanks, A. L. Bloom, P
P. J. Reimer;M. L. Baillie;E. Bard;J. W. Beck.
Journal Name: Quaternary Science Reviews, vol. 25, no. 7/8, April 1, 2006, pp. 855-862 (2005)
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