Jürgen Pätzold mainly investigates Oceanography, Isotopes of oxygen, Paleoclimatology, Coral and Holocene. His research integrates issues of Climatology and Northern Hemisphere in his study of Oceanography. His studies in Isotopes of oxygen integrate themes in fields like Paleontology, Carbonate and Facies, Lau event.
In his research on the topic of Paleoclimatology, Ice core and Paleoceanography is strongly related with Foraminifera. Jürgen Pätzold works mostly in the field of Coral, limiting it down to topics relating to δ18O and, in certain cases, Spatial variability, Teleconnection, Growth rate and Kinetic fractionation, as a part of the same area of interest. His Holocene study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Subtropics and Arctic oscillation.
His main research concerns Oceanography, Sediment core, Coral, Isotopes of oxygen and Foraminifera. His studies deal with areas such as Climatology and δ18O as well as Oceanography. Jürgen Pätzold has researched Sediment core in several fields, including Environmental chemistry, Geochemistry, Mineralogy and Table.
His Coral research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Reef, Period and Teleconnection. Jürgen Pätzold combines subjects such as Seawater and Seasonality with his study of Isotopes of oxygen. His research in Foraminifera intersects with topics in Paleontology, Isotopes of carbon and Plankton.
Jürgen Pätzold mostly deals with Sediment core, Oceanography, Mineralogy, Glacial period and Climatology. His Sediment core research incorporates elements of Environmental chemistry, Geochemistry, Grain size and Table. His work is connected to Foraminifera, Sea surface temperature, Holocene, Benthic zone and Thermocline, as a part of Oceanography.
Jürgen Pätzold usually deals with Foraminifera and limits it to topics linked to Paleontology and Isotopes of oxygen, Plankton and Current. His Holocene research integrates issues from Continental shelf and Sea level. His Climatology study deals with Deglaciation intersecting with Antarctic Bottom Water and Climate change.
Jürgen Pätzold mainly focuses on Oceanography, Glacial period, Climatology, Ocean current and Sea surface temperature. His Oceanography research includes themes of Arid and Plant community. He focuses mostly in the field of Glacial period, narrowing it down to topics relating to Holocene and, in certain cases, Continental shelf and Sea level.
Jürgen Pätzold has included themes like Geopotential height, Deglaciation and Coral in his Climatology study. His Ocean current study also includes
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Mediterranean Moisture Source for an Early-Holocene Humid Period in the Northern Red Sea
Helge W Arz;Frank Lamy;Jürgen Pätzold;Peter J Müller.
Correlated Millennial-Scale Changes in Surface Hydrography and Terrigenous Sediment Yield Inferred from Last-Glacial Marine Deposits off Northeastern Brazil
Helge W. Arz;Jürgen Pätzold;Gerold Wefer.
Quaternary Research (1998)
Late Quaternary vegetational and climate dynamics in northeastern Brazil, inferences from marine core GeoB 3104-1
Hermann Behling;Helge W. Arz;Jürgen Pätzold;Gerold Wefer.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2000)
Increased seasonality in Middle East temperatures during the last interglacial period
Thomas Felis;Gerrit Lohmann;Henning Kuhnert;Stephan J. Lorenz.
Forcing of wet phases in southeast Africa over the past 17,000 years
Enno Schefuß;Holger Kuhlmann;Gesine Mollenhauer;Gesine Mollenhauer;Matthias Prange.
A coral oxygen isotope record from the northern Red Sea documenting NAO, ENSO, and North Pacific teleconnections on Middle East climate variability since the year 1750
Thomas Felis;Jürgen Pätzold;Yossi Loya;Maoz Fine.
Paleoenvironmental changes in the Silurian indicated by stable isotopes in brachiopod shells from Gotland, Sweden
Torsten Bickert;Jürgen Pätzold;Christian Samtleben;Axel Munnecke.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1997)
Anatomy of a Deep-Water Coral Reef Mound from Stjernsund, West Finnmark, Northern Norway
André Freiwald;Rudiger Henrich;Jürgen Pätzold.
The Silurian of Gotland (Sweden): facies interpretation based on stable isotopes in brachiopod shells
Chr Samtleben;A. Munnecke;T. Bickert;J. Pätzold.
International Journal of Earth Sciences (1996)
A Pronounced Dry Event Recorded Around 4.2 ka in Brine Sediments from the Northern Red Sea
Helge W. Arz;Frank Lamy;Jürgen Pätzold.
Quaternary Research (2006)
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