Joseph A. Mason focuses on Holocene, Aeolian processes, Climatology, Loess and Physical geography. His Holocene study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Arid, Vegetation, Paleoclimatology and Geomorphology. His work carried out in the field of Aeolian processes brings together such families of science as Quaternary and Optical dating.
Many of his research projects under Climatology are closely connected to Oscillation phenomenon and Diffi cult with Oscillation phenomenon and Diffi cult, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His research ties Ice sheet and Loess together. As a member of one scientific family, Joseph A. Mason mostly works in the field of Physical geography, focusing on Plateau and, on occasion, Silt.
Joseph A. Mason mostly deals with Loess, Physical geography, Aeolian processes, Geomorphology and Holocene. His Loess research includes themes of Glacial period, Soil water, Pedogenesis, Pleistocene and Geochemistry. His Physical geography research includes elements of Climate change, Paleoclimatology, Holocene climatic optimum, Thermoluminescence dating and Last Glacial Maximum.
His Aeolian processes research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Outcrop, Hydrology, Erosion, Arid and Optical dating. Joseph A. Mason works mostly in the field of Geomorphology, limiting it down to topics relating to Quaternary and, in certain cases, Younger Dryas, Fluvial, Cenozoic and Atmospheric circulation, as a part of the same area of interest. His Holocene study incorporates themes from Climatology, Period, Deposition, Vegetation and Wetland.
His primary scientific interests are in Loess, Physical geography, Holocene, Pleistocene and Earth science. His work investigates the relationship between Loess and topics such as Quaternary that intersect with problems in Asian Dust. His Physical geography research incorporates themes from Sedimentation, Climate change, Paleoclimatology and Last Glacial Maximum.
Joseph A. Mason has researched Holocene in several fields, including Aeolian processes and Radiocarbon dating. The study incorporates disciplines such as Geochemistry, Colluvium and Chronology in addition to Aeolian processes. His Earth science research incorporates elements of Greening and Soil water.
Joseph A. Mason mainly investigates Loess, Physical geography, Pleistocene, Holocene and Quaternary. His Loess study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Sedimentation. The concepts of his Physical geography study are interwoven with issues in Loess plateau, East Asian Monsoon, Glacial period and Paleoclimatology.
Joseph A. Mason has included themes like Aeolian processes and Radiocarbon dating in his Holocene study. His Aeolian processes research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Marine isotope stage, Deposition and Chronology. His Quaternary research integrates issues from Provenance and Last Glacial Maximum.
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Equations for Predicting Soil Organic Carbon Using Loss‐on‐Ignition for North Central U.S. Soils
Michael E. Konen;Peter M. Jacobs;C. Lee Burras;Brandi J. Talaga.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (2002)
Variation of East Asian monsoon precipitation during the past 21 k.y. and potential CO2 forcing
Huayu Lu;Huayu Lu;Shuangwen Yi;Zhengyu Liu;Joseph A. Mason.
A 10,000 year record of dune activity, dust storms, and severe drought in the central Great Plains
Xiaodong Miao;Joseph A. Mason;James B. Swinehart;David B. Loope.
Late Quaternary aeolian activity in the Mu Us and Otindag dune fields (north China) and lagged response to insolation forcing
Huayu Lu;Huayu Lu;Xiaodong Miao;Yali Zhou;Yali Zhou;Joseph Mason.
Geophysical Research Letters (2005)
Dune mobility and aridity at the desert margin of northern China at a time of peak monsoon strength
J.A. Mason;H. Lu;Y. Zhou;X. Miao.
Late-Holocene dune activity linked to hydrological drought, Nebraska Sand Hills, USA
Joseph A. Mason;James B. Swinehart;Ronald J. Goble;David B. Loope.
The Holocene (2004)
Holocene climatic changes revealed by aeolian deposits from the Qinghai Lake area (northeastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau) and possible forcing mechanisms
Huayu Lu;Cunfa Zhao;Joseph Mason;Shuangwen Yi.
The Holocene (2011)
Transport Direction of Peoria Loess in Nebraska and Implications for Loess Sources on the Central Great Plains
Joseph A. Mason.
Quaternary Research (2001)
Optical and radiocarbon ages of stacked paleosols and dune sands in the Nebraska Sand Hills, USA
R.J. Goble;Joseph A. Mason;David B. Loope;James B. Swinehart.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2004)
Chinese deserts and sand fields in Last Glacial Maximum and Holocene Optimum
HuaYu Lu;ShuangWen Yi;ZhiWei Xu;YaLi Zhou.
Chinese Science Bulletin (2013)
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