Jason P. Briner spends much of his time researching Ice sheet, Oceanography, Physical geography, Glacial period and Holocene. The concepts of his Ice sheet study are interwoven with issues in Ice age, Ice stream, Arctic ice pack, Ice shelf and Deglaciation. His work in Ice core, Arctic, Holocene climatic optimum and Sea ice are all subfields of Oceanography research.
His primary area of study in Physical geography is in the field of Moraine. His Glacial period research includes elements of Radiocarbon dating and Erosion. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Holocene, Climatology, Chronology and Before Present is strongly linked to Climate change.
Jason P. Briner focuses on Physical geography, Ice sheet, Holocene, Oceanography and Glacial period. His Physical geography study incorporates themes from Last Glacial Maximum, Chronology and Pleistocene. The Ice sheet study combines topics in areas such as Paleontology, Deglaciation, Ice stream and Ice core.
His work carried out in the field of Holocene brings together such families of science as Climatology, Climate change, Paleoclimatology, Global change and Paleoceanography. Jason P. Briner studied Oceanography and Ice age that intersect with Wisconsin glaciation and Seabed gouging by ice. His Glacial period research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Erosion and Quaternary.
Jason P. Briner mostly deals with Physical geography, Holocene, Ice sheet, Deglaciation and Glacier. Jason P. Briner interconnects Glacial period, Last Glacial Maximum, Cryosphere, Climate change and Bedrock in the investigation of issues within Physical geography. His Glacial period research includes elements of Sea level, Quaternary and Pleistocene.
His Holocene study incorporates themes from Arctic and Greenland ice sheet. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Radiocarbon dating and Stadial. His Glacier research incorporates themes from Ice age and Period.
Jason P. Briner mainly investigates Physical geography, Ice sheet, Holocene, Deglaciation and Glacier. Physical geography and Glacial period are commonly linked in his work. Jason P. Briner works in the field of Glacial period, namely Last Glacial Maximum.
Jason P. Briner combines subjects such as Tonne and Greenland ice sheet with his study of Holocene. His research investigates the connection between Deglaciation and topics such as Period that intersect with problems in Stage. Jason P. Briner works mostly in the field of Glacier, limiting it down to concerns involving Climate change and, occasionally, The arctic and Northern Hemisphere.
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Regional beryllium-10 production rate calibration for late-glacial northeastern North America
Greg Balco;Jason Briner;Robert C. Finkel;John A. Rayburn.
Quaternary Geochronology (2009)
A 10Be production-rate calibration for the Arctic
NICOLÁs E. Young;NICOLÁs E. Young;Joerg M. Schaefer;Joerg M. Schaefer;Jason P. Briner;Brent M. Goehring.
Journal of Quaternary Science (2013)
Recent primary production increases in arctic lakes
Neal Michelutti;Alexander P. Wolfe;Rolf D. Vinebrooke;Benoit Rivard.
Geophysical Research Letters (2005)
Cosmogenic exposure dating of late Pleistocene moraine stabilization in Alaska
Jason P. Briner;Darrell S. Kaufman;William F. Manley;Robert C. Finkel.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2005)
Holocene climate change in Arctic Canada and Greenland.
Jason P. Briner;Nicholas P. McKay;Yarrow Axford;Ole Bennike.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2016)
Cosmogenic radionuclides from fiord landscapes support differential erosion by overriding ice sheets
Jason P. Briner;Gifford H. Miller;P. Thompson Davis;Robert C. Finkel.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2006)
Last Glacial Maximum ice sheet dynamics in Arctic Canada inferred from young erratics perched on ancient tors
J.P. Briner;G.H. Miller;P.T. Davis;P.R. Bierman.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2003)
Stratigraphic expressions of the Holocene-Anthropocene transition revealed in sediments from remote lakes
Alexander P. Wolfe;William O. Hobbs;Hilary H. Birks;Jason P. Briner.
Earth-Science Reviews (2013)
Fjord insertion into continental margins driven by topographic steering of ice
Mark A. Kessler;Robert S. Anderson;Robert S. Anderson;Jason P. Briner.
Nature Geoscience (2008)
Using inherited cosmogenic 36Cl to constrain glacial erosion rates of the Cordilleran ice sheet
Jason P. Briner;Terry W. Swanson.
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