His multidisciplinary approach integrates Physical geography and Paleoclimatology in his work. In his articles, Peter G. Langdon combines various disciplines, including Paleoclimatology and Physical geography. His work on Permafrost expands to the thematically related Oceanography. The study of Permafrost is intertwined with the study of Oceanography in a number of ways. He performs integrative study on Holocene and Holocene climatic optimum in his works. Holocene climatic optimum and Holocene are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research. In most of his Archaeology studies, his work intersects topics such as Testate amoebae. His Testate amoebae study frequently links to other fields, such as Archaeology. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Peat and Bog through his works.
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The identification and use of palaearctic chironomidae larvae in palaeoecology
Stephen J. Brooks;Peter G. Langdon;Oliver Heiri.
Flickering gives early warning signals of a critical transition to a eutrophic lake state
Rong Wang;John A. Dearing;Peter G. Langdon;Enlou Zhang.
Safe and just operating spaces for regional social-ecological systems
John A. Dearing;Rong Wang;Ke Zhang;James G. Dyke.
Mire-development pathways and palaeoclimatic records from a full Holocene peat archive at Walton Moss, Cumbria, England:
Paul Dm Hughes;Dmitri Mauquoy;K E Barber;Peter G Langdon.
The Holocene (2000)
Compilation of non-annually resolved Holocene proxy climate records: stacked Holocene peatland palaeo-water table reconstructions from northern Britain
Dan J. Charman;Antony Blundell;Richard C. Chiverrell;Dawn Hendon.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2006)
A 7500-year peat-based palaeoclimatic reconstruction and evidence for an 1100-year cyclicity in bog surface wetness from Temple Hill Moss, Pentland Hills, southeast Scotland
P.G. Langdon;K.E. Barber;P.D.M. Hughes.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2003)
Climate drivers for peatland palaeoclimate records
Dan J. Charman;Keith E. Barber;Maarten Blaauw;Pete G. Langdon.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2009)
Extending the timescale and range of ecosystem services through paleoenvironmental analyses, exemplified in the lower Yangtze basin
John A. Dearing;Xiangdong Yang;Xuhui Dong;Enlou Zhang.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
Assessing lake eutrophication using chironomids: understanding the nature of community response in different lake types
Peter G. Langdon;Zoe Ruiz;Klaus P. Brodersen;Ian D. L. Foster.
Freshwater Biology (2006)
Combining contemporary ecology and palaeolimnology to understand shallow lake ecosystem change.
Freshwater Biology (2010)
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