Larry Benson mainly investigates Structural basin, Oceanography, Glacial period, Physical geography and Sill. His Structural basin research incorporates themes from Hydrology, Climate change and Holocene. Larry Benson interconnects Canyon and Before Present in the investigation of issues within Climate change.
Larry Benson specializes in Oceanography, namely Younger Dryas. Larry Benson works mostly in the field of Glacial period, limiting it down to concerns involving Pleistocene and, occasionally, Cenozoic, Paleoclimatology, Milankovitch cycles and Sediment. His Physical geography study incorporates themes from Monsoon, Atmospheric circulation, Climatology and Dendroclimatology.
His primary areas of investigation include Structural basin, Oceanography, Archaeology, Hydrology and Physical geography. His work deals with themes such as Climate change, Holocene and Ice sheet, which intersect with Structural basin. His work in Oceanography tackles topics such as Quaternary which are related to areas like Paleoclimatology.
The various areas that Larry Benson examines in his Archaeology study include Soil water, Canyon and Zea mays. Larry Benson focuses mostly in the field of Hydrology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Pyramid and, in certain cases, Geochemistry. As part of one scientific family, Larry Benson deals mainly with the area of Physical geography, narrowing it down to issues related to the Glacial period, and often Pleistocene, Sediment and Total organic carbon.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Structural basin, Canyon, Lake basin, Hydrology and Pyramid. He has researched Structural basin in several fields, including Climatology, Forcing and Paleoclimatology. His studies in Canyon integrate themes in fields like Flooding, Mammal, Agricultural productivity and Prehistory, Archaeology.
His research in Archaeology intersects with topics in Arid and Growing season. His studies deal with areas such as Geochemistry and Oceanography as well as Lake basin. His Pyramid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Paleomagnetism and Radiocarbon dating.
Larry Benson mostly deals with Canyon, Prehistory, Flooding, Mammal and Snowmelt. His Prehistory research includes themes of Structural basin, Agricultural productivity and Growing season. His Flooding research integrates issues from Arid, Agriculture and Agroforestry.
His Snowmelt study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hydrology, Surface water, Soil water and Salinity.
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Chronology of expansion and contraction of four Great Basin lake systems during the past 35,000 years
L. V. Benson;D.R. Currey;R.I. Dorn;K.R. Lajoie.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (1990)
Holocene multidecadal and multicentennial droughts affecting Northern California and Nevada
Larry Benson;Michaele Kashgarian;Robert Rye;Steve Lund.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2002)
Climatic and Hydrologic Oscillations in the Owens Lake Basin and Adjacent Sierra Nevada, California
Larry V. Benson;James W. Burdett;Michaele Kashgarian;Steve P. Lund.
Chronology for Fluctuations in Late Pleistocene Sierra Nevada Glaciers and Lakes
Fred M. Phillips;Marek G. Zreda;Larry V. Benson;Mitchell A. Plummer.
Nearly synchronous climate change in the Northern Hemisphere during the last glacial termination
Larry Benson;James Burdett;Steve Lund;Michaele Kashgarian.
Correlation of Late-Pleistocene Lake-Level Oscillations in Mono Lake, California, with North Atlantic Climate Events☆
Larry V. Benson;Steve P. Lund;James W. Burdett;Michaele Kashgarian.
Quaternary Research (1998)
Lake-level variation in the Lahontan basin for the past 50,000 years
L.V. Benson;R.S. Thompson.
Quaternary Research (1987)
Anasazi (Pre-Columbian Native-American) Migrations During The Middle-12Th and Late-13th Centuries – Were they Drought Induced?
Larry Benson;Kenneth Petersen;John Stein.
Climatic Change (2007)
The physical record of lakes in the Great Basin
Larry Benson;Robert S. Thompson.
Carbonate deposition, Pyramid Lake subbasin, Nevada: 2. Lake levels and polar jet stream positions reconstructed from radiocarbon ages and elevations of carbonates (tufas) deposited in the Lahontan basin
Larry Benson;Michaele Kashgarian;Meyer Rubin.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (1995)
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