University of Bern
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ice core, Oceanography, Carbon cycle, Isotopes of carbon and Environmental science. Jochen Schmitt interconnects Glacial period, Ice sheet and European Project for Ice Coring in Antarctica in the investigation of issues within Ice core. His study in Glacial period is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sea ice, Meteorology and Atmospheric methane.
His studies deal with areas such as Oceanic climate and Interglacial as well as Carbon cycle. The Interglacial study combines topics in areas such as Sediment, Ice age, Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere and Holocene. His Isotopes of carbon research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Deep sea, Sea surface temperature, Deglaciation, Ocean current and Last Glacial Maximum.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ice core, Environmental science, Atmospheric sciences, Interglacial and Glacial period. His Ice core research includes elements of Carbon cycle, Holocene and Isotopes of carbon. His work in Isotopes of carbon covers topics such as Analytical chemistry which are related to areas like Isotope analysis.
His Atmospheric sciences research includes themes of Hydrology, Permafrost and Last Glacial Maximum. Jochen Schmitt has researched Interglacial in several fields, including Sediment, Sea level, Deglaciation and Earth science. He combines subjects such as Isotopic composition, Climate change and Dome with his study of Glacial period.
Ice core, Interglacial, Environmental science, Atmospheric sciences and Glacial period are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Deglaciation, Holocene, Sea level, Ice sheet and Atmospheric methane in his study of Ice core. His Interglacial study incorporates themes from Climatology, Ocean heat content and Sea surface temperature.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Climatology, Land ice, Carbon cycle and Atmosphere is strongly linked to Intertropical Convergence Zone. Ocean heat content is a primary field of his research addressed under Oceanography. Within one scientific family, Jochen Schmitt focuses on topics pertaining to Greenhouse gas under Atmospheric sciences, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Permafrost, Dome and Geomorphology.
Jochen Schmitt mainly focuses on Climatology, Interglacial, Ice core, Land ice and Carbon cycle. In his papers, Jochen Schmitt integrates diverse fields, such as Ice core and Environmental science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Intertropical Convergence Zone, Glacial period, Atmosphere and Before Present.
The various areas that Jochen Schmitt examines in his Deglaciation study include Atmospheric circulation, δ13C, Sea surface temperature and Mean radiant temperature. In his study, Ocean heat content is inextricably linked to Sea level, which falls within the broad field of Atmospheric circulation. His Greenhouse gas study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mud volcano and Ice sheet.
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One-to-one coupling of glacial climate variability in Greenland and Antarctica.
C. Barbante;J.-M. Barnola;J.-M. Barnola;S. Becagli;J. Beer;J. Beer.
Revision of the EPICA Dome C CO2 record from 800 to 600 kyr before present
Bernhard Bereiter;Bernhard Bereiter;Bernhard Bereiter;Sarah Skye Eggleston;Sarah Skye Eggleston;Jochen Schmitt;Jochen Schmitt;Christoph Nehrbass-Ahles;Christoph Nehrbass-Ahles.
Geophysical Research Letters (2015)
Carbon Isotope Constraints on the Deglacial CO2 Rise from Ice Cores
Jochen Schmitt;Jochen Schmitt;Robert Schneider;Joachim Elsig;Daiana Leuenberger.
Stable isotope constraints on Holocene carbon cycle changes from an Antarctic ice core
Joachim Elsig;Joachim Elsig;Jochen Schmitt;Jochen Schmitt;Jochen Schmitt;Daiana Leuenberger;Daiana Leuenberger;Robert Schneider;Robert Schneider.
Climate Change and the Integrity of Science
Jennifer Sills;P. H. Gleick;R. M. Adams;R. M. Amasino.
Changing boreal methane sources and constant biomass burning during the last termination
Hubertus Fischer;Melanie Behrens;Michael Bock;Ulrike Richter.
The role of Southern Ocean processes in orbital and millennial CO2 variations – A synthesis
Hubertus Fischer;Hubertus Fischer;Hubertus Fischer;Jochen Schmitt;Jochen Schmitt;Jochen Schmitt;Dieter Lüthi;Dieter Lüthi;Thomas F. Stocker;Thomas F. Stocker.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2010)
An improved continuous flow analysis system for high-resolution field measurements on ice cores.
Patrik R. Kaufmann;Urs Federer;Manuel A. Hutterli;Matthias Bigler.
Environmental Science & Technology (2008)
Preindustrial 14CH4 indicates greater anthropogenic fossil CH4 emissions.
Benjamin Hmiel;V. V. Petrenko;M. N. Dyonisius;C. Buizert.
A 156 kyr smoothed history of the atmospheric greenhouse gases CO 2 , CH 4 , and N 2 O and their radiative forcing
Peter Köhler;Christoph Nehrbass-Ahles;Jochen Schmitt;Thomas F. Stocker.
Earth System Science Data (2017)
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