2015 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
2013 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
2012 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Jeffrey P. Severinghaus focuses on Ice core, Climatology, Oceanography, Abrupt climate change and Paleoclimatology. The concepts of his Ice core study are interwoven with issues in Ice age, Deglaciation, Atmospheric sciences and Chronology. Jeffrey P. Severinghaus combines subjects such as Firn and δ18O with his study of Climatology.
His Oceanography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere. Jeffrey P. Severinghaus integrates many fields in his works, including Abrupt climate change and Environmental science. His research integrates issues of Younger Dryas, Glacial period and Atmospheric methane in his study of Paleoclimatology.
Jeffrey P. Severinghaus mostly deals with Ice core, Atmospheric sciences, Environmental science, Climatology and Glacial period. His Ice core research incorporates elements of Paleoclimatology, Firn, Deglaciation, Abrupt climate change and Ice sheet. His Ice sheet study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ice shelf, Ice stream, Ice-sheet model, Sea ice and Paleontology.
His Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Isotopes of argon, Carbon cycle and Convective mixing. His Climatology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ice age and Climate change, Climate model. His studies in Glacial period integrate themes in fields like Monsoon, Oceanography and Holocene.
His primary areas of investigation include Ice core, Environmental science, Atmospheric sciences, Glacial period and Deglaciation. His studies deal with areas such as Paleontology, Sea surface temperature, Blue ice and Paleoclimatology as well as Ice core. Jeffrey P. Severinghaus has researched Paleoclimatology in several fields, including Volcano and Ice stream.
The various areas that Jeffrey P. Severinghaus examines in his Atmospheric sciences study include Transport phenomena, Firn and Greenhouse gas. His Glacial period study incorporates themes from Atmosphere, Physical geography and Holocene. His Snow research also works with subjects such as
Jeffrey P. Severinghaus spends much of his time researching Ice core, Atmospheric sciences, Environmental science, Glacial period and Greenhouse gas. His Ice core research incorporates elements of Paleoclimatology, Sea surface temperature, Deglaciation, Holocene and Sea level. He combines subjects such as Antarctic ice sheet and Physical geography with his study of Paleoclimatology.
He focuses mostly in the field of Glacial period, narrowing it down to matters related to Southern Hemisphere and, in some cases, Lead. His research in Greenhouse gas tackles topics such as Permafrost which are related to areas like Mud volcano, Atmospheric methane and Ice sheet. His Atmosphere research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Firn and Climate change.
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A redetermination of the isotopic abundances of atmospheric Ar
Jee-Yon Lee;Jee-Yon Lee;Jee-Yon Lee;Kurt Marti;Jeffrey P. Severinghaus;Kenji Kawamura;Kenji Kawamura.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2006)
Timing of abrupt climate change at the end of the Younger Dryas interval from thermally fractionated gases in polar ice
Jeffrey P. Severinghaus;Todd Sowers;Edward J. Brook;Richard B. Alley.
Abrupt Climate Change at the End of the Last Glacial Period Inferred from Trapped Air in Polar Ice
Jeffrey P. Severinghaus;Edward J. Brook.
Northern Hemisphere forcing of climatic cycles in Antarctica over the past 360,000 years
Kenji Kawamura;Frédéric Parrenin;Lorraine Lisiecki;Ryu Uemura.
Eemian interglacial reconstructed from a Greenland folded ice core
D. Dahl-Jensen;M. R. Albert;A. Aldahan;N. Azuma.
Centennial-scale changes in the global carbon cycle during the last deglaciation
Shaun A. Marcott;Thomas K. Bauska;Christo Buizert;Eric J. Steig.
On the origin and timing of rapid changes in atmospheric methane during the Last Glacial Period
Edward J. Brook;Susan Harder;Jeff Severinghaus;Eric J. Steig.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2000)
Timing of atmospheric CO2 and Antarctic temperature changes across termination III.
Nicolas Caillon;Nicolas Caillon;Jeffrey P. Severinghaus;Jean Jouzel;Jean-Marc Barnola.
Consistently dated records from the Greenland GRIP, GISP2 and NGRIP ice cores for the past 104 ka reveal regional millennial-scale δ18O gradients with possible Heinrich event imprint
Inger K. Seierstad;Peter M. Abbott;Matthias Bigler;Matthias Bigler;Thomas Blunier.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2014)
A record of atmospheric halocarbons during the twentieth century from polar firn air
James H. Butler;Mark Battle;Michael L. Bender;Stephen A. Montzka.
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