Mark A. J. Curran mainly investigates Climatology, Ice core, Climate change, Southern Hemisphere and Climate model. His study in Climatology focuses on Northern Hemisphere in particular. His studies in Ice core integrate themes in fields like Antarctic oscillation, Antarctic sea ice, Forcing and Pacific decadal oscillation.
His research in Climate change intersects with topics in Atmosphere, Proxy, Sea surface temperature, North Atlantic oscillation and Glacier. His Southern Hemisphere research focuses on Paleoclimatology and how it connects with Period and Ice age. His Deposition research integrates issues from Cryosphere, Precipitation and Atmospheric chemistry.
Mark A. J. Curran spends much of his time researching Ice core, Climatology, Oceanography, Sea ice and Cryosphere. His Ice core research incorporates themes from Atmosphere, Atmospheric sciences, Snow, Ice sheet and Dome. His Climatology study incorporates themes from Climate change, Climate model and Paleoclimatology.
His Paleoclimatology research incorporates elements of Period and Sea level. His study on Arctic ice pack is often connected to Methanesulfonic acid as part of broader study in Sea ice. Mark A. J. Curran combines subjects such as Latitude, Northern Hemisphere, Radiative forcing, Atmospheric circulation and Extratropical cyclone with his study of Southern Hemisphere.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ice core, Oceanography, Climatology, Greenhouse gas and Snow. His work carried out in the field of Ice core brings together such families of science as Sampling, Antarctic plateau, Climate model and Carbon cycle. His study in the field of Paleoclimatology, Sea ice and Polar amplification is also linked to topics like Mount.
His Climatology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as δ18O, Indian ocean and Mode. His Greenhouse gas study combines topics in areas such as Atmosphere and Firn. Mark A. J. Curran interconnects Northern Hemisphere, Atmospheric sciences, Parts-per notation and Southern Hemisphere in the investigation of issues within Firn.
Mark A. J. Curran focuses on Ice core, δ18O, Climatology, Trace gas and Snow. His δ18O research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Paleoclimate Modelling Intercomparison Project, Climate model, Pseudoproxy, Coupled model intercomparison project and Data assimilation. The study of Climatology is intertwined with the study of Covariance in a number of ways.
The concepts of his Trace gas study are interwoven with issues in Atmospheric chemistry, Holocene, Sampling, Carbon cycle and Greenhouse gas. He combines topics linked to Firn with his work on Greenhouse gas. The Snow study combines topics in areas such as Structural basin, Proxy and Atmospheric model.
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Continental-scale temperature variability during the past two millennia
Moinuddin Ahmed;Kevin J. Anchukaitis;Kevin J. Anchukaitis;Asfawossen Asrat;Hemant P. Borgaonkar.
Nature Geoscience (2013)
A global database of sea surface dimethylsulfide (DMS) measurements and a procedure to predict sea surface DMS as a function of latitude, longitude, and month
A. J. Kettle;M. O. Andreae;D. Amouroux;T. W. Andreae.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (1999)
Observed 20th century desert dust variability: impact on climate and biogeochemistry
Natalie Mahowald;Silvia Kloster;S. Engelstaedter;Jefferson Keith Moore.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2010)
Ice Core Evidence for Antarctic Sea Ice Decline Since the 1950s
Mark A. J. Curran;Tas D. van Ommen;Vin I. Morgan;Katrina L. Phillips.
Multi-model mean nitrogen and sulfur deposition from the Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate Model Intercomparison Project (ACCMIP): evaluation of historical and projected future changes
J.-F. Lamarque;F. Dentener;Joseph R. McConnell;C.-U. Ro.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2013)
Inter-hemispheric temperature variability over the past millennium
Raphael Neukom;Raphael Neukom;Joelle Gergis;David J. Karoly;Heinz Wanner.
Nature Climate Change (2014)
The Southern Hemisphere westerlies in the Australasian sector over the last glacial cycle: a synthesis
J. Shulmeister;I. Goodwin;J. Renwick;K. Harle.
Quaternary International (2004)
A global multiproxy database for temperature reconstructions of the Common Era
Julien Emile-Geay;Nicholas P. McKay;Darrell S. Kaufman;Lucien Von Gunten.
Scientific Data (2017)
A revised 1000 year atmospheric δ13C‐CO2 record from Law Dome and South Pole, Antarctica
M. Rubino;M. Rubino;D. M. Etheridge;D. M. Etheridge;C. M. Trudinger;C. E. Allison.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2013)
Insights from Antarctica on volcanic forcing during the Common Era
Michael Sigl;Joseph R. McConnell;Joseph R. McConnell;Matthew Toohey;Mark Curran.
Nature Climate Change (2014)
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