Robert M. DeConto mainly investigates Ice sheet, Oceanography, Ice-sheet model, Cryosphere and Ice stream. His Ice sheet study incorporates themes from Glacial period, Climatology, Paleoclimatology, Ice shelf and Antarctic ice sheet. His Paleoclimatology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Global warming, Physical geography and Interglacial.
His Oceanography study focuses mostly on Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere and Polar climate. His Ice-sheet model research is within the category of Sea ice. Many of his research projects under Sea ice are closely connected to Climate state with Climate state, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
His primary scientific interests are in Ice sheet, Oceanography, Antarctic ice sheet, Ice-sheet model and Climatology. His studies deal with areas such as Ice stream, Cryosphere, Sea ice, Ice shelf and Antarctic sea ice as well as Ice sheet. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Glacial period and Northern Hemisphere.
His Antarctic ice sheet research includes elements of Bedrock, Paleontology, Meltwater, Forcing and Physical geography. Geochemistry is closely connected to Geomorphology in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Ice-sheet model. His Climatology research incorporates themes from Paleoclimatology, Climate model, Interglacial, Sea level and Greenhouse gas.
His main research concerns Antarctic ice sheet, Ice sheet, Sea level, Climatology and Oceanography. His Antarctic ice sheet study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Bedrock, Paleontology, Climate model, Meltwater and Physical geography. His work deals with themes such as Ice stream, Cryosphere, Sea ice, Ice shelf and Ice-sheet model, which intersect with Ice sheet.
His Ice stream study frequently links to related topics such as Antarctic sea ice. In general Sea level study, his work on Post-glacial rebound often relates to the realm of Earth, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Climatology study combines topics in areas such as Greenhouse gas and Interglacial.
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Contribution of Antarctica to past and future sea-level rise
Robert M. DeConto;David Pollard.
Rapid Cenozoic glaciation of Antarctica induced by declining atmospheric CO2.
Robert M. DeConto;David Pollard.
Modelling West Antarctic ice sheet growth and collapse through the past five million years
David Pollard;Robert M. DeConto.
Alternative global Cretaceous paleogeography
William W. Hay;Robert M. DeConto;Christopher N. Wold;Kevin M. Wilson.
Hay, William W., DeConto, R., Wold, C.N., Wilson, K.M., Voigt, S., Schulz, M., Wold, A.R., Dullo, Wolf-Christian, Ronov, A.B., Balukhovsky, A.N. and Söding, Emanuel (1999) Alternative global Cretaceous paleogeography Evolution of the Cretaceous Ocean-Climate System. Geological Society of America Special Paper, 332 . The Geological Society of America, Boulder, USA, pp. 1-47. DOI 10.1130/0-8137-2332-9 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1130/0-8137-2332-9>. (1999)
Global cooling during the eocene-oligocene climate transition.
Zhonghui Liu;Zhonghui Liu;Mark Pagani;David Zinniker;Robert DeConto.
Obliquity-paced Pliocene West Antarctic ice sheet oscillations
T. Naish;T. Naish;R. Powell;R. Levy;R. Levy;G. Wilson.
Sea-level rise due to polar ice-sheet mass loss during past warm periods
Andrea Dutton;A E Carlson;Antony J Long;Glenn A Milne.
Potential Antarctic Ice Sheet retreat driven by hydrofracturing and ice cliff failure
David Pollard;Robert M. DeConto;Richard B. Alley.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2015)
2.8 Million Years of Arctic Climate Change from Lake El’gygytgyn, NE Russia
Martin Melles;Julie Brigham-Grette;Pavel S. Minyuk;Norbert R. Nowaczyk.
Thresholds for Cenozoic bipolar glaciation
Robert M. DeConto;David Pollard;Paul A. Wilson;Heiko Pälike.
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