John C. Gosse focuses on Cosmogenic nuclide, Geomorphology, Glacial period, Nuclide and Quaternary. His work in Fluvial terrace and Bedrock is related to Geomorphology. He has included themes like Geophysics, Lithology and Surface exposure dating in his Bedrock study.
His study on Last Glacial Maximum and Moraine is often connected to Altitude as part of broader study in Glacial period. His work carried out in the field of Last Glacial Maximum brings together such families of science as Glacier and Pleistocene. As part of one scientific family, John C. Gosse deals mainly with the area of Quaternary, narrowing it down to issues related to the Fluvial, and often Terrace and Canyon.
Geomorphology, Cosmogenic nuclide, Physical geography, Glacial period and Paleontology are his primary areas of study. His Geomorphology study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Quaternary. His Quaternary research incorporates elements of Seismology and Terrace.
John C. Gosse integrates many fields, such as Cosmogenic nuclide, Erosion, Earth science, Landslide, Geochemistry and Nuclide, in his works. His Physical geography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Rockslide, Paleoclimatology, Arctic, Ice sheet and Taiga. The concepts of his Glacial period study are interwoven with issues in Glacier, Oceanography and Pleistocene.
John C. Gosse spends much of his time researching Physical geography, Ice sheet, Cosmogenic nuclide, Paleontology and Deglaciation. His Physical geography study combines topics in areas such as Bedrock and Arctic. His biological study deals with issues like Ice stream, which deal with fields such as Meltwater and Ice core.
His Cosmogenic nuclide research includes elements of Rockslide, Consistency, Calibration, Nuclide and Vegetation. His Deglaciation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Glacier morphology, Ice shelf and Ice age. His work deals with themes such as Ecological succession and Water level, which intersect with Glacial period.
John C. Gosse mainly focuses on Cosmogenic nuclide, Paleontology, Holocene, Rockslide and Consistency. His Cosmogenic nuclide investigation overlaps with other areas such as Calibration, Nuclide, Weathering, Subaerial and Peninsula. His work blends Nuclide and Accuracy and precision studies together.
His Holocene research integrates issues from Sedimentary depositional environment and Pleistocene. He interconnects Quaternary, Chronology and Paraglacial in the investigation of issues within Rockslide. His work in Deglaciation addresses issues such as Physical geography, which are connected to fields such as Ice sheet.
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Terrestrial in situ cosmogenic nuclides: theory and application
John C. Gosse;Fred M. Phillips.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2001)
Beryllium-10 dating of the duration and retreat of the last pinedale glacial sequence
J. C. Gosse;J. Klein;B. Lawn;R. Middleton.
Precise cosmogenic 10Be measurements in western North America: Support for a global Younger Dryas cooling event
John C. Gosse;Eb Evenson;J. Klein;B. Lawn.
A geologically constrained Monte Carlo approach to modeling exposure ages from profiles of cosmogenic nuclides: An example from Lees Ferry, Arizona
Alan J. Hidy;John C. Gosse;Joel L. Pederson;Jann Paul Mattern.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2010)
Cosmogenic 36Cl and 10Be ages of Quaternary glacial and fluvial deposits of the Wind River Range, Wyoming
Fred M. Phillips;Marek G. Zreda;John C. Gosse;Jeffrey Klein.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1997)
Climate control on ancestral population dynamics: insight from Patagonian fish phylogeography
Molecular Ecology (2008)
Mid-Pliocene warm-period deposits in the High Arctic yield insight into camel evolution
Natalia Rybczynski;John C. Gosse;C. Richard Harington;Roy A. Wogelius.
Nature Communications (2013)
The CRONUS-Earth Project: A synthesis
Fred M. Phillips;David C. Argento;Greg Balco;Marc W. Caffee.
Quaternary Geochronology (2016)
Felsenmeer persistence under non-erosive ice in the Torngat and Kaumajet mountains, Quebec and Labrador, as determined by soil weathering and cosmogenic nuclide exposure dating
Geneviève C. Marquette;James T. Gray;John C. Gosse;François Courchesne.
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2004)
Large rockslides in the Southern Central Andes of Chile (32–34.5°S): Tectonic control and significance for Quaternary landscape evolution
Jose Luis Antinao;John Gosse.
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