The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Isotopes of oxygen, Environmental chemistry, Aquifer, Hydrology and δ18O. His Isotopes of oxygen study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Mineralogy. His research in Aquifer focuses on subjects like Denitrification, which are connected to Groundwater and Dissolved organic carbon.
The Hydrology study which covers Nitrate that intersects with Isotope analysis, Isotopes of nitrogen and Clastic rock. His research in δ18O intersects with topics in Isotopes of carbon, δ13C, Aragonite, Geochemistry and Meteoric water. Paul F. Dennis interconnects Paleontology, Pleistocene, Paleoclimatology, Tufa and Monsoon in the investigation of issues within Geochemistry.
Paul F. Dennis spends much of his time researching Hydrology, Geochemistry, Oceanography, Calcite and Groundwater. His Hydrology research focuses on Nitrate and how it relates to Isotopes of nitrogen and Enrichment factor. He focuses mostly in the field of Isotopes of nitrogen, narrowing it down to matters related to Environmental chemistry and, in some cases, Isotopes of oxygen and Eutrophication.
His research integrates issues of Tufa, Paleontology, δ18O and Meteoric water in his study of Geochemistry. His study looks at the intersection of Oceanography and topics like Sediment with Bay and δ13C. He has included themes like Denitrification, Contamination and Water quality in his Groundwater study.
Paul F. Dennis mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Calcite, Hydrology, Climatology and Firn. His Calcite study combines topics in areas such as Facies, Archaeology and Diagenesis. His study in the field of Groundwater and Drainage basin also crosses realms of Typha and Dalton Minimum.
His Groundwater research incorporates themes from Catchment hydrology, Hydrology, Nitrogen cycle, Denitrification and Nitrate. His Climatology research incorporates elements of Water mass and Front. His study in Oceanography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sediment, δ18O and δ13C.
Paul F. Dennis focuses on Isotope fractionation, Hydrology, Groundwater, Climatology and Terrestrial plant. His Hydrology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Nitrate and Nitrification. His studies in Groundwater integrate themes in fields like Sedimentary basin, Denitrification and Nitrogen cycle.
His Climatology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Water mass, Oceanography and Front. His work blends Oceanography and Weddell Sea Bottom Water studies together. The concepts of his Terrestrial plant study are interwoven with issues in δ13C, Xylem and Growing season.
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Combined Carbon Isotope and C/N Ratios as Indicators of Source and Fate of Organic Matter in a Poorly Flushed, Tropical Estuary: Hunts Bay, Kingston Harbour, Jamaica
J.E Andrews;A.M Greenaway;P.F Dennis.
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (1998)
A dual isotope approach to identify denitrification in groundwater at a river-bank infiltration site.
Teppei Fukada;Kevin M. Hiscock;Paul F. Dennis;Thomas Grischek.
Water Research (2003)
The stable isotope record of environmental and climatic signals in modern terrestrial microbial carbonates from Europe
Julian E. Andrews;Robert Riding;Paul F. Dennis.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (1997)
Stable isotopic compositions of Recent freshwater cyanobacterial carbonates from the British Isles: local and regional environmental controls
J. E. Andrews;R. Riding;P. F. Dennis.
Do stable isotope data from calcrete record late Pleistocene monsoonal climate variation in the Thar Desert of India
Julian E. Andrews;Ashok K. Singhvi;Ansu J. Kailath;Ralph Kuhn.
Quaternary Research (1998)
Palaeoenvironmental records in Holocene Spanish tufas: a stable isotope approach in search of reliable climatic archives
Julian E. Andrews;Martyn Pedley;Paul F. Dennis.
Factors affecting denitrification during infiltration of river water into a sand and gravel aquifer in Saxony, Germany
T. Grischek;K.M. Hiscock;T. Metschies;P.F. Dennis.
Water Research (1998)
Possible Microbial Effects on Stable Carbon Isotopes in Hot-spring Travertines
Guo Li;Julian Andrews;Robert Riding;Paul Dennis.
Journal of Sedimentary Research (1996)
Comparisons of aerosol nitrogen isotopic composition at two polluted coastal sites
S.G. Yeatman;L.J. Spokes;P.F. Dennis;T.D. Jickells.
Atmospheric Environment (2001)
Climatic change recorded by stable isotopes and trace elements in a British Holocene tufa
E. R. Garnett;J. E. Andrews;R. C. Preece;P. F. Dennis.
Journal of Quaternary Science (2004)
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