Jean-Louis Turon mainly investigates Oceanography, Dinocyst, Glacial period, Last Glacial Maximum and Quaternary. He regularly ties together related areas like Mediterranean sea in his Oceanography studies. His Dinocyst research includes elements of Dinoflagellate, Relative species abundance and Temperature salinity diagrams.
His Glacial period research includes themes of Climatology and Pollen. His work focuses on many connections between Last Glacial Maximum and other disciplines, such as Younger Dryas, that overlap with his field of interest in Bay and Globigerina bulloides. His work in Quaternary tackles topics such as Cenozoic which are related to areas like Paleoclimatology.
His primary scientific interests are in Oceanography, Glacial period, Sediment core, Dinocyst and Dinoflagellate. Last Glacial Maximum, Holocene, Sea surface temperature, Thermohaline circulation and Younger Dryas are among the areas of Oceanography where Jean-Louis Turon concentrates his study. His studies deal with areas such as Northern Hemisphere and Upwelling as well as Last Glacial Maximum.
His research integrates issues of Climatology and Ice sheet in his study of Glacial period. His work in Dinocyst addresses issues such as Quaternary, which are connected to fields such as Sea ice and Arctic. His Dinoflagellate study also includes
Jean-Louis Turon spends much of his time researching Oceanography, Sediment core, Dinocyst, Sea surface temperature and Holocene. The concepts of his Oceanography study are interwoven with issues in Glacial period and Interglacial. The various areas that Jean-Louis Turon examines in his Sediment core study include Soil science, Pollen and Celtic languages.
His studies in Dinocyst integrate themes in fields like Canonical correspondence analysis, Relative species abundance, Surface water and Mediterranean sea. His Sea surface temperature study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Meltwater and Ekman transport. As a part of the same scientific family, Jean-Louis Turon mostly works in the field of Holocene, focusing on Sapropel and, on occasion, Terrigenous sediment, Sediment, Fluvial and Aeolian processes.
His primary areas of study are Oceanography, Glacial period, Dinocyst, Stadial and Last Glacial Maximum. Oceanography is frequently linked to Interglacial in his study. In his work, Detritus is strongly intertwined with Northern Hemisphere, which is a subfield of Interglacial.
His work deals with themes such as Dinoflagellate and Surface water, which intersect with Dinocyst. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Last Glacial Maximum, concentrating on Sea surface temperature and intersecting with Ekman transport and Meltwater. The Upwelling study combines topics in areas such as Alkenone, Climatology, Foraminifera, Marine isotope stage and Mediterranean sea.
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Hydrological impact of heinrich events in the subtropical northeast atlantic
Edouard Bard;Frauke Rostek;Jean-Louis Turon;Sandra Gendreau.
Deglacial warming of the northeastern Atlantic ocean: correlation with the paleoclimatic evolution of the european continent
J.C. Duplessy;G. Delibrias;J.L. Turon;C. Pujol.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (1981)
Distribution of recent dinoflagellate cysts in surface sediments from the North Atlantic Ocean and adjacent seas in relation to sea-surface parameters
A. Rochon;A. de Vernal;J.-L. Turon;Jens Matthießen.
EPIC3American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Contribution Series, 35, pp. 1-146 (1999)
Synchroneity between marine and terrestrial responses to millennial scale climatic variability during the last glacial period in the Mediterranean region
M. F. Sanchez Goni;I. Cacho;J.-L. Turon;J. Guiot.
Climate Dynamics (2002)
Constraints on the magnitude and patterns of ocean cooling at the Last Glacial Maximum
C. Waelbroeck;A. Paul;M. Kucera;A. Rosell-Melé.
Nature Geoscience (2009)
Dinoflagellate cyst assemblages as tracers of sea‐surface conditions in the northern North Atlantic, Arctic and sub‐Arctic seas: the new ‘n = 677’ data base and its application for quantitative palaeoceanographic reconstruction
Anne de Vernal;Maryse Henry;Jens Matthiessen;Peta J. Mudie.
Journal of Quaternary Science (2001)
High resolution palynological record off the Iberian margin: direct land-sea correlation for the Last Interglacial complex
M.F. Sánchez Goñi;M.F. Sánchez Goñi;F. Eynaud;J.L. Turon;N.J. Shackleton.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1999)
Atlas of modern dinoflagellate cyst distribution based on 2405 data points
Karin A.F. Zonneveld;Fabienne Marret;Gerard J.M. Versteegh;Kara Bogus.
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2013)
Reconstruction of sea-surface conditions at middle to high latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere during the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) based on dinoflagellate cyst assemblages
A. de Vernal;F. Eynaud;M. Henry;C. Hillaire-Marcel.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2005)
Enhanced aridity and atmospheric high-pressure stability over the western Mediterranean during the North Atlantic cold events of the past 50 k.y.
N. Combourieu Nebout;J.L. Turon;R. Zahn;L. Capotondi.
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