2005 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Oceanography, Climatology, Thermohaline circulation, Surface water and Upwelling. His work in the fields of Oceanography, such as Water mass, overlaps with other areas such as Ecosystem model. His Climatology research incorporates elements of Milankovitch cycles, Paleoclimatology, 100,000-year problem and Quaternary.
J. R. Toggweiler undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Thermohaline circulation and Environmental science in his work. The Upwelling study combines topics in areas such as Thermocline, Photic zone, New production, Coastal Zone Color Scanner and Nitrate. His research in Ocean current intersects with topics in Deep sea, North Atlantic Deep Water and Physical oceanography.
His primary areas of investigation include Oceanography, Environmental science, Ocean current, Climatology and Thermohaline circulation. His work on Glacial period expands to the thematically related Oceanography. His research brings together the fields of Paleontology and Ocean current.
He interconnects Current and Paleoclimatology in the investigation of issues within Climatology. His Paleoclimatology research incorporates themes from Deglaciation, Milankovitch cycles, Quaternary and Ice-sheet model. The concepts of his Thermohaline circulation study are interwoven with issues in Sea surface temperature, Circulation and Paleogene.
J. R. Toggweiler mainly investigates Oceanography, Ocean current, Glacial period, Environmental science and Interglacial. In general Oceanography, his work in Upwelling, North Atlantic Deep Water, Thermohaline circulation and Earth system model is often linked to Central American Seaway linking many areas of study. His research on Thermohaline circulation focuses in particular on Antarctic Bottom Water.
In the subject of general Ocean current, his work in Ocean dynamics is often linked to Sink, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Interglacial study incorporates themes from Carbon sequestration, Deep sea, Seafloor spreading and Water column. His Ice age research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ice-sheet model, Benthic zone, Paleoclimatology and Ice sheet.
His primary scientific interests are in Oceanography, Glacial period, Interglacial, Ice sheet and Paleoclimatology. His research integrates issues of Paleontology and Paleogene in his study of Oceanography. Interglacial is connected with Surface water and Environmental science in his study.
The Ice sheet study combines topics in areas such as Ice age, Deglaciation, Antarctic Cold Reversal, Westerlies and Ice-sheet model. His Paleoclimatology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Climatology, Orbital forcing, Cryosphere, Younger Dryas and Atmospheric sciences. The various areas that J. R. Toggweiler examines in his Bottom water study include Sediment, Calcite, Carbonate compensation depth, Water column and Antarctic Intermediate Water.
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On the Structure and Origin of Major Glaciation Cycles 1. Linear Responses to Milankovitch Forcing
J. Imbrie;E. A. Boyle;S. C. Clemens;A. Duffy.
On the Structure and Origin of Major Glaciation Cycles .2. the 100,000-year Cycle
J. Imbrie;A. Berger;E. A. Boyle;S. C. Clemens.
Midlatitude westerlies, atmospheric CO2, and climate change during the ice ages
J. R. Toggweiler;Joellen L. Russell;Joellen L. Russell;S. R. Carson;S. R. Carson.
The last glacial termination.
G. H. Denton;R. F. Anderson;R. F. Anderson;J. R. Toggweiler;R. L. Edwards.
Effect of Drake Passage on the global thermohaline circulation
J.R. Toggweiler;B. Samuels.
Deep Sea Research (1995)
Ocean overturning since the Late Cretaceous: Inferences from a new benthic foraminiferal isotope compilation
B. S. Cramer;J. R. Toggweiler;J. D. Wright;M. E. Katz.
The Peru Upwelling and the Ventilation of the South Pacific Thermocline
J. R. Toggweiler;K. Dixon;W. S. Broecker.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1991)
Variation of atmospheric CO2 by ventilation of the ocean's deepest water
J. R. Toggweiler.
Ocean circulation in a warming climate.
J. R. Toggweiler;Joellen Russell.
A seasonal three‐dimensional ecosystem model of nitrogen cycling in the North Atlantic Euphotic Zone
Jorge Louis Sarmiento;R. D. Slater;M. J.R. Fasham;H. W. Ducklow.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (1993)
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