His main research concerns Oceanography, Paleontology, Holocene, Diatom and Upwelling. His Oceanography research integrates issues from Pleistocene, Pliocene climate and Water cycle. His Paleontology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Deep sea.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Global cooling, Sea level and Antarctic Bottom Water in addition to Deep sea. His work carried out in the field of Holocene brings together such families of science as Monsoon, Climate change and Pacific decadal oscillation. His Diatom study incorporates themes from Biostratigraphy, Period, Quaternary and Terrigenous sediment.
John A. Barron mainly focuses on Oceanography, Paleontology, Diatom, Biostratigraphy and Holocene. His work on Climatology expands to the thematically related Oceanography. His work deals with themes such as Deep sea and Drilling, which intersect with Paleontology.
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The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Oceanography, Holocene, Diatom, Climatology and Upwelling. Oceanography is often connected to Terrigenous sediment in his work. His work deals with themes such as North American Monsoon, Pacific decadal oscillation and Global change, which intersect with Holocene.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Foraminifera and Biostratigraphy, Paleontology. John A. Barron combines subjects such as Pollen, Drilling and Sea level with his study of Paleontology. He has included themes like Subtropics, Surface water, Marine Isotope Stage 5, North Pacific High and Monsoon in his Upwelling study.
John A. Barron focuses on Oceanography, Paleoclimatology, Upwelling, Climatology and Diatom. His study in Oceanography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Subtropics, Glacial period and Northern Hemisphere. Pleistocene is closely connected to Water cycle in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Glacial period.
His Upwelling study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Structural basin and Terrigenous sediment. His studies in Climatology integrate themes in fields like Salinity and Stream flow. His Diatom study combines topics in areas such as Neogene, Carbon cycle, Biological pump and Plankton.
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Paleoceanographic implications of Miocene deep-sea hiatuses
Gerta Keller;Gerta Keller;John A. Barron.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1983)
Middle Pliocene sea surface temperatures: a global reconstruction
Harry Dowsett;John Barron;Richard Poore.
Marine Micropaleontology (1996)
Diagenesis of late Cenozoic diatomaceous deposits and formation of the bottom simulating reflector in the southern Bering Sea
James R. Hein;David W. Scholl;John A. Barron;Marjorie G. Jones.
High-resolution climatic evolution of coastal northern California during the past 16,000 years
John A. Barron;Linda Heusser;Timothy Herbert;Mitchell Lyle.
Middle Pliocene paleoenvironmental reconstruction; PRISM2
H.J. Dowsett;J.A. Barron;R.Z. Poore;R.S. Thompson.
Open-File Report (1999)
Joint investigations of the Middle Pliocene climate I: PRISM paleoenvironmental reconstructions
Harry Dowsett;Robert Thompson;John Barron;Thomas Cronin.
Global and Planetary Change (1994)
Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, vol. 85
Larry A. Mayer;Fritz Theyer;John A. Barron;Dean A. Dunn.
Early Miocene to Pleistocene diatom stratigraphy of Leg 145
J. A. Barron;A. Y. Gladenkov.
Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program. Scientific results (1995)
Evidence for Late Eocene to Early Oligocene Antarctic Glaciation and Observations on Late Neogene Glacial History of Antarctica: Results from Leg 119
J. Barron;B. Larsen;J.G. Baldauf.
Late Eocene to Holocene Diatom Biostratigraphy of the Equatorial Pacific Ocean, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 85
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