Her primary scientific interests are in Oceanography, Holocene, Ice core, Tephrochronology and Glacial period. Benthic zone, Deglaciation, Water mass, Stadial and Sea surface temperature are the core of her Oceanography study. Karen Luise Knudsen combines subjects such as Diatom, Tephra and Sea ice with her study of Holocene.
Her study in Ice core is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Allerød oscillation, Paleontology and Last Glacial Maximum. Her research in the fields of Pleistocene, Stratotype, Stratigraphy and Bølling-Allerød overlaps with other disciplines such as Event. Her Glacial period study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Arctic ice pack, Chronostratigraphy and Iceberg, Ice sheet.
Karen Luise Knudsen mostly deals with Oceanography, Holocene, Foraminifera, Paleontology and Interglacial. Benthic zone, Water mass, Diatom, Sea ice and Arctic are among the areas of Oceanography where the researcher is concentrating her efforts. Her Holocene study also includes
Her research in Foraminifera intersects with topics in Boreal, Salinity, Bottom water, Fauna and Fjord. Her Interglacial study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ecological succession and Sea level. Her work deals with themes such as Glacier, Chronostratigraphy and Ice core, which intersect with Glacial period.
Her primary areas of investigation include Oceanography, Holocene, Foraminifera, Benthic zone and Arctic. Karen Luise Knudsen performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Oceanography and Indicator species via her papers. As a member of one scientific family, Karen Luise Knudsen mostly works in the field of Holocene, focusing on Ocean current and, on occasion, Allerød oscillation, Bølling-Allerød, Younger Dryas and Polar front.
Her Foraminifera research incorporates elements of Evolutionary biology, Nomenclature and Morphometrics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sediment core, Diagenesis and Anoxic waters in addition to Benthic zone. Karen Luise Knudsen has included themes like Glacier, Early Pleistocene, Calcareous and Subarctic climate in her Arctic study.
Oceanography, Holocene, Foraminifera, Sea ice and Ocean current are her primary areas of study. Her Oceanography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Climatology and Northern Hemisphere. Her Neoglaciation study, which is part of a larger body of work in Holocene, is frequently linked to Intertropical Convergence Zone, East Asian Monsoon and Indicator species, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Evolutionary biology, Morphometrics and Biogeography. The various areas that Karen Luise Knudsen examines in her Sea ice study include Allerød oscillation, Meltwater, Orbital forcing and Polar front. The Ocean current study combines topics in areas such as Proxy, Climate change, Atlantic multidecadal oscillation, Solar variation and Tephra.
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An event stratigraphy for the Last Termination in the North Atlantic region based on the Greenland ice-core record: a proposal by the INTIMATE group
Svante Bjorck;Michael J.C. Walker;Les C. Cwynar;Sigfus Johnsen.
Journal of Quaternary Science (1998)
Last Interglacial Climates
George J. Kukla;Michael L. Bender;Jacques-Louis de Beaulieu;Gerard Bond.
Quaternary Research (2002)
Isotopic &events' in the GRIP ice core: a stratotype for the Late Pleistocene
M.J.C. Walker;S. Björck;J.J. Lowe;L.C. Cwynar.
Quaternary Science Reviews (1999)
A mid-Holocene shift in Arctic sea-ice variability on the East Greenland Shelf
Anne E. Jennings;Karen Luise Knudsen;Morten Hald;Carsten Vigen Hansen.
The Holocene (2002)
Late‐glacial and Holocene palaeoceanography of the North Icelandic shelf
Jón Eiríksson;Karen Luise Knudsen;Haflidi Haflidason;Peter Henriksen.
Journal of Quaternary Science (2000)
Decadal variability of sea surface temperatures off North Iceland over the last 2000 years
Marie Alexandrine Sicre;Jérémy Jacob;Ullah Ezat;Sonia Rousse.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2008)
Evidence for solar forcing of sea-surface temperature on the North Icelandic Shelf during the late Holocene
Hui Jiang;Jón Eiríksson;Michael Schulz;Karen-Luise Knudsen.
surface changes in the north Atlantic meridional overturning circulation during the last millennium
Alan D. Wanamaker;Paul G. Butler;James D. Scourse;Jan Heinemeier.
Nature Communications (2012)
Very Long-Lived Mollusks Confirm 17th Century AD Tephra-Based Radiocarbon Reservoir Ages for North Icelandic Shelf Waters
Alan D Wanamaker;Jan Heinemeier;James D Scourse;Christopher A Richardson.
Marine reservoir age variability and water mass distribution in the Iceland Sea
Jón Eiríksson;Gudrún Larsen;Karen Luise Knudsen;Jan Heinemeier.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2004)
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