Mediterranean climate, Holocene, Climatology, Climate change and Pollen are her primary areas of study. Her research integrates issues of Palynology and Deglaciation in her study of Mediterranean climate. In her study, Sediment is strongly linked to Sapropel, which falls under the umbrella field of Holocene.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Glacial period, Last Glacial Maximum, Period, Precipitation and Eemian in addition to Climatology. Her studies in Climate change integrate themes in fields like North Atlantic oscillation, Monsoon, Ice sheet and Mediterranean Basin. Her Pollen research focuses on subjects like Physical geography, which are linked to Evapotranspiration and Transect.
Her primary areas of investigation include Holocene, Physical geography, Pollen, Climatology and Mediterranean climate. The various areas that Odile Peyron examines in her Holocene study include Radiocarbon dating, Vegetation and Precipitation. As a member of one scientific family, Odile Peyron mostly works in the field of Physical geography, focusing on Glacial period and, on occasion, Paleoclimatology and Pleistocene.
Her work carried out in the field of Pollen brings together such families of science as Evapotranspiration, Grassland, Transect and Mediterranean area. She combines subjects such as Preboreal, Climate model and Water cycle with her study of Climatology. Her Mediterranean climate research includes elements of Steppe, Temperate climate, Seasonality and Holocene climatic optimum.
Odile Peyron mostly deals with Physical geography, Holocene, Pollen, Climate change and Steppe. Her Physical geography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Palynology, Precipitation, Northern Hemisphere, Biome and Monsoon. The concepts of her Precipitation study are interwoven with issues in Mediterranean climate and Mediterranean Basin.
Her Holocene study incorporates themes from Structural basin, Fire history, Paleoclimatology, Sedimentary rock and Taiga. Odile Peyron has researched Pollen in several fields, including Multi proxy, Grassland, Vegetation and Spore. Odile Peyron has included themes like Marine isotope stage and Glacial period, Stadial in her Climate change study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Physical geography, Mediterranean climate, Precipitation, Climate change and Holocene. Her Physical geography research incorporates themes from Palynology, Pollen, Northern Hemisphere, Vegetation and Taiga. Her Mediterranean climate research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Monsoon, Hindcast, Proxy and Greenhouse gas.
Her Precipitation research includes elements of North Atlantic oscillation, Climatology, Sea surface temperature and Seasonality. Her Climate change study incorporates themes from Marine isotope stage and Glacial period, Stadial. Her Holocene study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Boreal, Natural variability, Global warming, Peat and Dendrochronology.
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Climatic Reconstruction in Europe for 18,000 YR B.P. from Pollen Data
Odile Peyron;Joël Guiot;Rachid Cheddadi;Pavel Tarasov;Pavel Tarasov.
Quaternary Research (1998)
Contrasting patterns of hydrological changes in Europe in response to Holocene climate cooling phases.
Michel Magny;Carole Bégeot;Joël Guiot;Odile Peyron.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2003)
Pollen-based continental climate reconstructions at 6 and 21 ka: A global synthesis
Patrick J Bartlein;S P Harrison;S P Harrison;S Brewer;Simon Connor.
Climate Dynamics (2011)
Biome reconstruction from pollen and plant macrofossil data for Africa and the Arabian peninsula at 0 and 6000 years
Dominique Jolly;I. Colin Prentice;Raymonde Bonnefille;Aziz Ballouche.
Journal of Biogeography (1998)
Pollen‐based biome reconstruction for southern Europe and Africa 18,000 yr bp
H. Elenga;O. Peyron;R. Bonnefille;D. Jolly.
Journal of Biogeography (2000)
Holocene climate changes in the central Mediterranean as recorded by lake-level fluctuations at Lake Accesa (Tuscany, Italy)
Michel Magny;Jacques-Louis de Beaulieu;Ruth Drescher-Schneider;Boris Vannière.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2007)
Rapid climatic variability in the west Mediterranean during the last 25 000 years from high resolution pollen data
N. Combourieu Nebout;O. Peyron;I. Dormoy;S. Desprat.
Climate of The Past (2009)
High-resolution vegetation and climate change associated with Pliocene Australopithecus afarensis
Raymonde Bonnefille;R. Potts;F. Chalié;D. Jolly.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2004)
Massive perturbation in terrestrial ecosystems of the Eastern Mediterranean region associated with the 8.2 kyr B.P. climatic event
Joerg Pross;Ulrich Kotthoff;Ulrich Müller;Odile Peyron.
North-south palaeohydrological contrasts in the central Mediterranean during the Holocene: tentative synthesis and working hypotheses
M. Magny;N. Combourieu-Nebout;J. L. de Beaulieu;V. Bout-Roumazeilles.
Climate of The Past (2013)
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