His main research concerns Holocene, Climatology, Pollen, Vegetation and Climate change. His Holocene study which covers Tree line that intersects with Precipitation. His research integrates issues of Last Glacial Maximum, Interglacial and Ice sheet in his study of Climatology.
His research in Pollen focuses on subjects like Physical geography, which are connected to Sphagnum, Peat and Hydrology. His work carried out in the field of Vegetation brings together such families of science as Land cover, Abundance and Hemiboreal. In his research, General Circulation Model, Meteorology, Climate model and Common spatial pattern is intimately related to Glacial period, which falls under the overarching field of Climate change.
His primary scientific interests are in Holocene, Climatology, Pollen, Climate change and Ecology. Heikki Seppä has researched Holocene in several fields, including Physical geography, Paleoclimatology, Vegetation and Arctic. His Vegetation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Abundance, Temperate climate, Deciduous, Disturbance and Paleoecology.
His studies in Climatology integrate themes in fields like Climate model, Precipitation and Ice sheet. While the research belongs to areas of Pollen, Heikki Seppä spends his time largely on the problem of Regression, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Bayesian probability. The concepts of his Climate change study are interwoven with issues in Glacial period, Plateau, Dendrochronology and Quaternary.
Heikki Seppä mainly investigates Holocene, Climatology, Climate change, Physical geography and Pollen. His Holocene study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Proxy, Paleoclimatology, Precipitation and Ice sheet. His Climatology research includes themes of Climate model and Last Glacial Maximum.
His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental resource management and Land use. His Pollen study combines topics in areas such as Population decline and Vegetation. His study in Vegetation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Temperate climate and Taiga.
His primary areas of investigation include Holocene, Ecology, Climate change, Climatology and Pollen. His Holocene research incorporates elements of Cartography, Proxy and Land use. His Macrofossil study in the realm of Ecology interacts with subjects such as Relation, Western europe and Vegetation.
When carried out as part of a general Climate change research project, his work on Polar amplification is frequently linked to work in Atmosphere, Excellence and Latitude, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Climatology research includes elements of Climate model, Plant cover, Ice sheet, Dominance and Tropical vegetation. His study focuses on the intersection of Pollen and fields such as Species richness with connections in the field of Vegetation, Temperate climate, Tundra and Boreal.
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Pollen-based continental climate reconstructions at 6 and 21 ka: A global synthesis
Patrick J Bartlein;S P Harrison;S P Harrison;S Brewer;Simon Connor.
Climate Dynamics (2011)
The spatial and temporal complexity of the Holocene thermal maximum
Hans Renssen;H. Sëppa;O. Heiri;Didier Roche.
Nature Geoscience (2009)
July mean temperature and annual precipitation trends during the Holocene in the Fennoscandian tree-line area: pollen-based climate reconstructions
Heikki Seppä;Harry John Betteley Birks.
The Holocene (2001)
Last nine-thousand years of temperature variability in Northern Europe
H. Seppä;A. E. Bjune;R. J. Telford;H. J. B. Birks;H. J. B. Birks.
Climate of The Past (2009)
Global characterization of the Holocene Thermal Maximum
Hans Renssen;Heikki Seppä;Xavier Crosta;Hugues Goosse.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2012)
Holocene land-cover reconstructions for studies on land cover-climate feedbacks
M. J Gaillard;S. Sugita;F. Mazier;F. Mazier;A. K Trondman.
Climate of The Past (2010)
Low-frequency and high-frequency changes in temperature and effective humidity during the Holocene in south-central Sweden: implications for atmospheric and oceanic forcings of climate
Heikki Seppä;Dan Hammarlund;Karin Antonsson.
Climate Dynamics (2005)
A modern pollen–climate calibration set from northern Europe: developing and testing a tool for palaeoclimatological reconstructions
Heikki Seppä;H. J. B. Birks;Arvid Odland;Anneli Poska.
Journal of Biogeography (2004)
Holocene Climate Reconstructions from the Fennoscandian Tree-Line Area Based on Pollen Data from Toskaljavri
Heikki Seppä;H.J.B Birks;H.J.B Birks.
Quaternary Research (2002)
A 11,000 yr palaeotemperature reconstruction from the southern boreal zone in Finland
Maija Pauliina Heikkilä;Heikki Seppä.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2003)
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