Robert B. Dunbar mainly investigates Oceanography, Coral, Seawater, Water column and Paleoclimatology. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Phytoplankton and Oceanography. The Coral study combines topics in areas such as Reef, Aragonite and Mineralogy.
His Seawater research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Coral reef and Scallop. The Water column study which covers Continental shelf that intersects with Biogenic silica, Continental shelf pump, Sedimentation and Continental margin. His Paleoclimatology research includes elements of Younger Dryas, Last Glacial Maximum, Holocene, Tropics and Northern Hemisphere.
His primary scientific interests are in Oceanography, Coral, Climatology, Holocene and Paleontology. His study in Sea ice, Upwelling, Seawater, Reef and Paleoclimatology falls within the category of Oceanography. His Coral study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sea surface temperature, Radiocarbon dating, Aragonite and Mineralogy.
His Climatology research includes themes of Subtropics and Climate change. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sediment and Terrigenous sediment. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Paleontology, Antarctic sea ice, Antarctic ice sheet and Glacial period is strongly linked to Ice sheet.
Robert B. Dunbar spends much of his time researching Oceanography, Coral, Biogeochemistry, Reef and Holocene. Robert B. Dunbar has included themes like Glacial period and Biogeochemical cycle in his Oceanography study. The concepts of his Coral study are interwoven with issues in Discharge, El Niño Southern Oscillation, Sea level and Panama.
His Biogeochemistry study also includes
His primary areas of investigation include Oceanography, Reef, Coral, Palmyra Atoll and Ecology. His Biogeochemistry study in the realm of Oceanography connects with subjects such as Saturation. His Reef research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Diel vertical migration and Coral reef.
His Coral research incorporates elements of Paleothermometer, Submarine pipeline and Dolomite. His study looks at the relationship between Palmyra Atoll and topics such as Dissipation, which overlap with Wave model, Northern Hemisphere and Seismology. In his work, Ecosystem and Climate change is strongly intertwined with δ13C, which is a subfield of Wetland.
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The History of South American Tropical Precipitation for the Past 25,000 Years
Paul A. Baker;Geoffrey O. Seltzer;Sherilyn C. Fritz;Robert B. Dunbar.
Phytoplankton community structure and the drawdown of nutrients and CO2 in the southern ocean
Kevin R. Arrigo;Dale H. Robinson;Denise L. Worthen;Robert B. Dunbar.
New views of tropical paleoclimates from corals
M.K. Gagan;L.K. Ayliffe;J.W. Beck;J.E. Cole.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2000)
Eastern Pacific sea surface temperature since 1600 A.D.: The δ18O record of climate variability in Galápagos Corals
Robert B. Dunbar;Gerard M. Wellington;Mitchell W. Colgan;Peter W. Glynn.
Experimental Dendroclimatic Reconstruction of the Southern Oscillation.
David Stahle Stahle;R. D. D'Arrigo;P. J. Krusic;M. K. Cleaveland.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (1998)
Seasonal rhythms of net primary production and particulate organic carbon flux to depth describe the efficiency of biological pump in the global ocean
Michael J. Lutz;Ken Caldeira;Robert B. Dunbar;Michael J. Behrenfeld.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
Rapid and early export of Phaeocystis antarctica blooms in the Ross Sea, Antarctica
G. R. DiTullio;J. M. Grebmeier;K. R. Arrigo;M. P. Lizotte.
CO2 sensitivity of Southern Ocean phytoplankton
Philippe D. Tortell;Christopher D. Payne;Yingyu Li;Scarlett Trimborn.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
Tropical Pacific Forcing of Decadal SST Variability in the Western Indian Ocean over the Past Two Centuries
Julia E. Cole;Robert B. Dunbar;Timothy R. McClanahan;Nyawira A. Muthiga.
Chronology of the Palmer Deep site, Antarctic Peninsula: a Holocene palaeoenvironmental reference for the circum-Antarctic
E. Domack;A. Leventer;R. Dunbar;F. Taylor.
The Holocene (2001)
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