Neil Roberts mainly focuses on Holocene, Climatology, Mediterranean climate, Climate change and Paleoclimatology. The Holocene study combines topics in areas such as Bronze Age, Pollen, Quaternary and Vegetation. His Vegetation research incorporates elements of Environmental change and Period.
His work carried out in the field of Climatology brings together such families of science as Fire regime and Physical geography. Neil Roberts interconnects Oceanography and Holocene climatic optimum in the investigation of issues within Mediterranean climate. His Global warming study in the realm of Climate change connects with subjects such as Moisture.
Neil Roberts focuses on Holocene, Archaeology, Physical geography, Climate change and Mediterranean climate. His Holocene research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ecology, Environmental change, Quaternary and Climatology. His studies in Quaternary integrate themes in fields like Structural basin, Chronology and Pleistocene.
His work deals with themes such as Alluvium and Ancient history, which intersect with Archaeology. Land cover is closely connected to Pollen in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Physical geography. Within one scientific family, Neil Roberts focuses on topics pertaining to Vegetation under Climate change, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Glacial period.
Neil Roberts mostly deals with Physical geography, Holocene, Climate change, Pollen and Mediterranean climate. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Tropics, Northern Hemisphere, Landscape ecology, Paleoecology and Taiga. Neil Roberts specializes in Holocene, namely Before Present.
The subject of his Climate change research is within the realm of Ecology. His research integrates issues of Land cover, Disturbance, Landscape change and Landscape structure in his study of Pollen. Neil Roberts works mostly in the field of Mediterranean climate, limiting it down to topics relating to Geochemistry and, in certain cases, Tectonics and Neogene, as a part of the same area of interest.
His primary scientific interests are in Climate change, Environmental change, Interglacial, Physical geography and Rural settlement. His research links Forcing with Climate change. His Environmental change study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Environmental ethics.
His Interglacial research includes elements of Younger Dryas, Ecology, Vegetation and Radiocarbon dating. Neil Roberts combines subjects such as Varve and Structural basin, Paleontology, Holocene with his study of Physical geography. His Roman Empire study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Agrarian society, Late Antiquity, Byzantine architecture and Extreme weather.
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Climatic, vegetation and cultural change in the eastern Mediterranean during the mid-Holocene environmental transition
Neil Roberts;Warren J. Eastwood;Catherine Kuzucuoğlu;Girolamo Fiorentino.
The Holocene (2011)
The tempo of Holocene climatic change in the eastern Mediterranean region: new high-resolution crater-lake sediment data from central Turkey:
N. Roberts;J.M. Reed;M.J. Leng;C. Kuzucuoglu.
The Holocene (2001)
Stable isotope records of Late Quaternary climate and hydrology from Mediterranean lakes : the ISOMED synthesis
Neil Roberts;M.D. Jones;A. Benkaddour;W. J. Eastwood.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2008)
European summer temperatures since Roman times
J. Luterbacher;J.P. Werner;J.E. Smerdon;L. Fernández-Donado.
Environmental Research Letters (2016)
Predictability of biomass burning in response to climate changes
A.L. Daniau;P.J. Bartlein;S.P. Harrison;S.P. Harrison;I.C. Prentice;I.C. Prentice;I.C. Prentice.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2012)
The mid-Holocene climatic transition in the Mediterranean: Causes and consequences
N. Roberts;David Brayshaw;C. Kuzucuoğlu;R. Perez.
The Holocene (2011)
Comparison of T1 mapping techniques for ECV quantification. Histological validation and reproducibility of ShMOLLI versus multibreath-hold T1 quantification equilibrium contrast CMR
Marianna Fontana;Steve K White;Sanjay M Banypersad;Daniel M Sado.
Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (2012)
A high-resolution late Holocene lake isotope record from Turkey and links to North Atlantic and monsoon climate
Matthew D. Jones;C. Neil Roberts;Melanie J. Leng;Murat Türkeş.
Circum-Mediterranean fire activity and climate changes during the mid-Holocene environmental transition (8500-2500 cal. BP)
Boris Vannière;Mitchell Power;Neil Roberts;Willy Tinner.
The Holocene (2011)
Vegetational, lake-level, and climatic history of the Near East and Southwest Asia
Neil Roberts;Herbert E. Wright.
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