His primary scientific interests are in Oceanography, Sediment, Glacier, Sedimentation and Glacial period. His studies in Holocene, Arctic, Iceberg, Sea ice and Ice shelf are all subfields of Oceanography research. His Sediment study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sedimentary rock, Sedimentology and Turbidity current.
Robert Gilbert combines subjects such as Aerial photography, Fjord and Fluvial with his study of Glacier. In his work, Climate change is strongly intertwined with Varve, which is a subfield of Sedimentation. His research links Ice stream with Glacial period.
Robert Gilbert mainly focuses on Oceanography, Sediment, Sedimentary rock, Glacial period and Geomorphology. Oceanography is closely attributed to Glacier in his study. His Sediment research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hydrology and Turbidity current.
His study in Sedimentary rock is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sedimentary depositional environment, Structural basin, Glaciolacustrine deposits, Rhythmite and Peninsula. His work carried out in the field of Glacial period brings together such families of science as Bottom water, Continental shelf and Pleistocene. His Geomorphology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quaternary and Water column.
His main research concerns Sediment, Hydrology, Oceanography, Glacier and Sedimentary rock. Sediment is represented through his Varve and Sedimentation research. His research integrates issues of Turbidity current and Clastic rock in his study of Hydrology.
As part of his studies on Oceanography, he often connects relevant subjects like Physical geography. His studies deal with areas such as Drainage basin, Sedimentology and Progradation as well as Glacier. The study incorporates disciplines such as Natural, River mouth, Peninsula and Future sea level in addition to Sedimentary rock.
Sedimentary rock, Hydrology, Glacier, Sediment and Oceanography are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sediment concentration, Discharge, River mouth and Diurnal range. His Hydrology research includes elements of Sedimentology, Climate change, Physical geography and Turbidity current.
His Glacier mass balance and Moraine study in the realm of Glacier connects with subjects such as Photogrammetry and Photography. The various areas that Robert Gilbert examines in his Sediment study include Proxy and Fluvial. His Oceanography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Natural and Peninsula.
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Stability of the Larsen B ice shelf on the Antarctic Peninsula during the Holocene epoch
Eugene Domack;Diana Duran;Amy Leventer;Scott Ishman.
Proglacial Fluvial and Lacustrine Environments
Michael Church;Robert Gilbert.
Sedimentary processes of Canadian arctic fjords
Sedimentary Geology (1983)
Holocene history of the Larsen-A Ice Shelf constrained by geomagnetic paleointensity dating
Stefanie Brachfeld;Eugene Domack;Catherine Kissel;Carlo Laj.
Evidence for large-scale subglacial meltwater flood events in southern Ontario and northern New York State
John Shaw;Robert Gilbert.
Sediment source and hydroclimatic inferences from glacial lake sediments: the postglacial sedimentary record of Lillooet Lake, British Columbia
Joseph R. Desloges;Robert Gilbert.
Journal of Hydrology (1994)
Subglacial morphology and glacial evolution of the Palmer deep outlet system, Antarctic Peninsula
Eugene Domack;David Amblàs;Robert Gilbert;Stefanie Brachfeld.
Sedimentation in proglacial Sunwapta Lake, Alberta
Robert Gilbert;John Shaw.
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1981)
Holocene sedimentation in glacial Tasikutaaq Lake, Baffin Island
Donald S. Lemmen;Robert Gilbert;John P. Smol;Roland I. Hall.
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1988)
Glacimarine sedimentation in Kangerdluk (Disko Fjord), West Greenland, in response to a surging glacier
Robert Gilbert;Niels Nielsen;Henrik Möller;Joseph R Desloges.
Marine Geology (2002)
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