Ian Shennan spends much of his time researching Sea level, Oceanography, Holocene, Climatology and Post-glacial rebound. His Sea level study incorporates themes from Transgressive and Subsidence. Ian Shennan combines subjects such as Isostasy, Radiocarbon dating and Quaternary with his study of Subsidence.
Ian Shennan studies Oceanography, namely Estuary. Holocene is closely attributed to North sea in his work. His Post-glacial rebound research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Deglaciation, Lithosphere and Last Glacial Maximum.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Sea level, Holocene, Oceanography, Post-glacial rebound and Ice sheet. His Sea level study is associated with Physical geography. His work deals with themes such as Seismology, Radiocarbon dating, Salt marsh and Subsidence, which intersect with Holocene.
His study in Oceanography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Peat, Sediment and Marsh. Ian Shennan interconnects Tectonics, Lithosphere and Altitude in the investigation of issues within Post-glacial rebound. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Ice sheet, Ice core is strongly linked to Deglaciation.
His primary scientific interests are in Sea level, Holocene, Oceanography, Ice sheet and Seismology. His biological study focuses on Post-glacial rebound. Ian Shennan works mostly in the field of Post-glacial rebound, limiting it down to topics relating to Pleistocene and, in certain cases, Altitude.
Ian Shennan usually deals with Holocene and limits it to topics linked to Subsidence and Earthquake cycle. The concepts of his Ice sheet study are interwoven with issues in Climatology, Climate change, Meltwater, Deglaciation and Isostasy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Radiocarbon dating, Sound and Marsh in addition to Seismology.
Ian Shennan mainly focuses on Sea level, Holocene, Ice sheet, Oceanography and Physical geography. His Sea level research integrates issues from Seismology and Marsh. His research in Holocene intersects with topics in Paleoecology, Salt marsh and Subsidence.
Within one scientific family, Ian Shennan focuses on topics pertaining to Meltwater under Ice sheet, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Climatology. His study in the field of Training and Sea level change is also linked to topics like Model choice. He combines subjects such as Sedimentary rock, Deglaciation, Transgressive and Last Glacial Maximum with his study of Physical geography.
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Holocene land‐ and sea‐level changes in Great Britain
Ian Shennan;Benjamin P Horton.
Journal of Quaternary Science (2002)
Holocene crustal movements and sea‐level changes in Great Britain
Journal of Quaternary Science (2010)
Identifying coseismic subsidence in tidal‐wetland stratigraphic sequences at the Cascadia subduction zone of western North America
Alan R. Nelson;Ian Shennan;Antony J. Long.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1996)
Flandrian sea-level changes in the Fenland. II: Tendencies of sea-level movement, altitudinal changes, and local and regional factors
Journal of Quaternary Science (1986)
A review of the trends observed in British Isles mean sea level data measured by tide gauges
P. L. Woodworth;M. N. Tsimplis;R. A. Flather;I. Shennan.
Geophysical Journal International (1999)
Tidal marsh stratigraphy, sea-level change and large earthquakes, i: a 5000 year record in washington, U.S.A.☆
I. Shennan;A.J. Long;M.M. Rutherford;F.M. Green.
Quaternary Science Reviews (1996)
Relative sea-level changes, glacial isostatic modelling and ice-sheet reconstructions from the British Isles since the Last Glacial Maximum†
Ian Shennan;Sarah Bradley;Glenn Milne;Anthony Brooks.
Journal of Quaternary Science (2006)
An improved glacial isostatic adjustment model for the British Isles
Sarah L. Bradley;Glenn A. Milne;Ian Shennan;Robin Edwards.
Journal of Quaternary Science (2011)
Modelling western North Sea palaeogeographies and tidal changes during the Holocene
Ian Shennan;Kurt Lambeck;Roger Flather;Benjamin P Horton.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (2000)
On the postglacial isostatic adjustment of the British Isles and the shallow viscoelastic structure of the Earth
William Richard Peltier;Ian Shennan;Rosemarie Drummond;Benjamin P Horton.
Geophysical Journal International (2002)
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