John A. Matthews mainly investigates Glacier, Physical geography, Holocene, Geomorphology and Moraine. His Glacier research integrates issues from Glacial period, Deglaciation, Climatology and Climate change. His work carried out in the field of Physical geography brings together such families of science as Ice age and Chronology.
He has included themes like Radiocarbon dating and Quaternary in his Holocene study. His research integrates issues of Sedimentary rock and Podzol in his study of Geomorphology. His work on Glacier foreland as part of general Moraine study is frequently linked to Schmidt hammer, bridging the gap between disciplines.
John A. Matthews spends much of his time researching Holocene, Physical geography, Glacier, Geomorphology and Moraine. His work in the fields of Neoglaciation and Younger Dryas overlaps with other areas such as Schmidt hammer. The study incorporates disciplines such as Permafrost, Deglaciation, Chronology and Rhizocarpon in addition to Physical geography.
The various areas that John A. Matthews examines in his Glacier study include Glacial period, Ice age, Climatology and Climate change. As part of his studies on Geomorphology, John A. Matthews frequently links adjacent subjects like Debris. His studies in Moraine integrate themes in fields like Preboreal, Ridge and Glacier mass balance.
His main research concerns Holocene, Physical geography, Schmidt hammer, Geomorphology and Glacier. His Holocene study combines topics in areas such as Glacial period, Climate change and Landform. He has researched Climate change in several fields, including Adaptation, Climatology, Front and Glacier mass balance.
His work on Neoglaciation is typically connected to Altitude as part of general Physical geography study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Geomorphology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sedimentary rock and Roundness. His Glacier study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Younger Dryas and Ice core.
His primary areas of investigation include Schmidt hammer, Geomorphology, Holocene, Physical geography and Glacier. His work on Bedrock and Last Glacial Maximum as part of general Geomorphology study is frequently connected to R-value and Hammer, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His study in Holocene is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Glacial period and Sand dune stabilization.
His Physical geography research incorporates themes from Aeolian processes, Radiocarbon dating, Thermoluminescence dating, Permafrost and Chronology. His biological study focuses on Moraine. His studies deal with areas such as Ecological succession and Transect as well as Moraine.
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The ‘Little Ice Age’: Re-evaluation of an evolving concept
John A. Matthews;Keith R. Briffa.
Geografiska Annaler Series A-physical Geography (2005)
Holocene glacier fluctuations of Flatebreen and winter-precipitation changes in the Jostedalsbreen region, western Norvay, based on glaciolacustrine sediment records:
Atle Nesje;John A. Matthews;Svein Olaf Dahl;Mark S. Berrisford.
The Holocene (2001)
Norwegian mountain glaciers in the past, present and future
Atle Nesje;Atle Nesje;Jostein Bakke;Jostein Bakke;Svein Olaf Dahl;Svein Olaf Dahl;Øyvind Lie.
Global and Planetary Change (2008)
The status of the ‘Little Ice Age’ in southern Norway: relative-age dating of Neoglacial moraines with Schmidt hammer and lichenometry
John A. Matthews;Richard A. Shakesby.
‘Little Ice Age’ glacier variations in Jotunheimen, southern Norwvay: a study in regionally controlled lichenometric dating of recessional moraines with implications for climate and lichen growth rates
John A. Matthews.
The Holocene (2005)
Holocene glacier variations in central Jotunheimen, southern Norway based on distal glaciolacustrine sediment cores
John A. Matthews;Svein Olaf Dahl;Atle Nesje;Mark S. Berrisford.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2000)
‘Little ice age’ variations of outlet glaciers from the jostedalsbreen ice‐cap, Southern Norway: A regional lichenometric‐dating study of ice‐marginal moraine sequences and their climatic significance
Richard W. Bickerton;John A. Matthews.
Journal of Quaternary Science (1993)
Families of lichenometric dating curves from the Storbreen gletschervorfeld, Jotunheimen, Norway
J. A. Matthews.
Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift-norwegian Journal of Geography (1974)
The lacustrine sedimentary sequence in Sygneskardvatnet, western Norway: a continuous, high-resolution record of the Jostedalsbreen ice cap during the Holocene
Atle Nesje;Svein Olaf Dahl;Carin Andersson;John A Matthews.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2000)
The Schmidt hammer as a relative-age dating tool and its potential for calibrated-age dating in Holocene glaciated environments
Richard A. Shakesby;John A. Matthews;Geraint Owen.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2006)
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