2005 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Michael Sarnthein mostly deals with Oceanography, Paleontology, Last Glacial Maximum, Paleoclimatology and Glacial period. His Oceanography study deals with Quaternary intersecting with Holocene climatic optimum. His Paleontology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Foraminifera, Continental shelf and δ18O.
The Last Glacial Maximum study combines topics in areas such as Younger Dryas and Sea ice. His research in Paleoclimatology intersects with topics in Halocline, Stratification, Photic zone, Subarctic climate and Biological pump. His Meltwater study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ice core and Ice sheet.
Michael Sarnthein mainly investigates Sediment core, Oceanography, Hydrology, Glacial period and Foraminifera. Michael Sarnthein has researched Sediment core in several fields, including Soil science, Table, Geochemistry, Environmental chemistry and Globigerinoides. In his research on the topic of Environmental chemistry, Total organic carbon is strongly related with Isotopes of oxygen.
His studies link Paleontology with Oceanography. His Glacial period research incorporates elements of Quaternary and Paleoceanography. Foraminifera is closely attributed to Plankton in his study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Oceanography, Glacial period, Sediment core, Paleontology and North Atlantic Deep Water. His research in Last Glacial Maximum, Thermohaline circulation, Deep sea, Foraminifera and Bottom water are components of Oceanography. Michael Sarnthein interconnects Deglaciation and Holocene in the investigation of issues within Foraminifera.
His work deals with themes such as Sea surface temperature, Northern Hemisphere, Quaternary and Paleoceanography, which intersect with Glacial period. His work on Radiocarbon dating as part of general Paleontology study is frequently connected to Core, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. He has included themes like Mediterranean climate and Mediterranean sea in his North Atlantic Deep Water study.
Michael Sarnthein mainly focuses on Oceanography, Glacial period, Climatology, Deep sea and North Atlantic Deep Water. His Oceanography and Thermohaline circulation, Bottom water, Benthic zone, Ocean current and Foraminifera investigations all form part of his Oceanography research activities. His Benthic zone study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Paleontology and Radiocarbon dating.
His Paleontology research includes elements of Plateau and Upwelling. His research in Glacial period is mostly concerned with Last Glacial Maximum. His Climatology research integrates issues from Global warming, Polar amplification, Fluvial and Ice sheet.
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Abrupt onset and termination of the African Humid Period:rapid climate responses to gradual insolation forcing
Peter deMenocal;Joseph D Ortiz;Tom Guilderson;Jess Adkins.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2000)
Molecular stratigraphy: a new tool for climatic assessment
S. C. Brassell;G. Eglinton;I. T. Marlowe;U. Pflaumann.
Coherent high- and low-latitude climate variability during the holocene warm period
Peter deMenocal;Joseph D Ortiz;Tom Guilderson;Michael Sarnthein.
Astronomic timescale for the Pliocene Atlantic δ18O and dust flux records of Ocean Drilling Program Site 659
Ralf Tiedemann;Michael Sarnthein;Nicholas J. Shackleton.
Changes in East Atlantic Deepwater Circulation over the last 30,000 years: Eight time slice reconstructions
Michael Sarnthein;Kyaw Winn;Simon J. A. Jung;Jean‐Claude Duplessy.
Sand deserts during glacial maximum and climatic optimum
Global variations of surface ocean productivity in low and mid latitudes: Influence on CO2 reservoirs of the deep ocean and atmosphere during the last 21,000 years
Michael Sarnthein;Kyaw Winn;Jean‐Claude Duplessy;Michael R. Fontugne.
Evolution and variability of the Asian monsoon system: state of the art and outstanding issues.
Pinxian Wang;Steven Clemens;Luc Beaufort;Pascale Braconnot.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2005)
Geology of the northwest African continental margin
Ulrich von Rad;Karl Hinz;Michael Sarnthein;Eugen Seibold.
Atmospheric and Oceanic Circulation Patterns off Northwest Africa During the Past 25 Million Years
Michael Sarnthein;Jörn Thiede;Uwe Pflaumann;H. Erlenkeuser.
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