Oceanography, Glacial period, Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere, Interglacial and Ice age are his primary areas of study. Samuel L. Jaccard frequently studies issues relating to Iron fertilization and Oceanography. His work on Huronian glaciation as part of general Glacial period research is frequently linked to Wisconsin glaciation, bridging the gap between disciplines.
The concepts of his Ice age study are interwoven with issues in Stratification, Sea ice and Subarctic climate. His Last Glacial Maximum study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Carbon sequestration, Abyssal zone and Carbon dioxide. His Phytoplankton study combines topics in areas such as Total organic carbon and Biogeochemistry.
His primary scientific interests are in Oceanography, Glacial period, Deglaciation, Ice age and Deep sea. In his study, Climatology is inextricably linked to Interglacial, which falls within the broad field of Oceanography. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Water mass, Northern Hemisphere, Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere, Carbon dioxide and Biological pump.
His work focuses on many connections between Biological pump and other disciplines, such as Benthic zone, that overlap with his field of interest in Sediment. His research investigates the connection with Deglaciation and areas like Last Glacial Maximum which intersect with concerns in Isotopes of carbon. The study incorporates disciplines such as Phytoplankton, Iron fertilization, Abyssal zone and Water column in addition to Ice age.
Samuel L. Jaccard mostly deals with Oceanography, Deglaciation, Glacial period, Deep sea and Upwelling. His study in Oceanography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sedimentary rock and Carbon cycle. His research investigates the connection between Deglaciation and topics such as Radiocarbon dating that intersect with problems in Sediment core.
His Glacial period research incorporates themes from Northern Hemisphere and Paleoclimatology. The various areas that Samuel L. Jaccard examines in his Upwelling study include Foraminifera and Seawater. His Ice age study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere, Carbon dioxide and Interglacial.
Samuel L. Jaccard focuses on Oceanography, Glacial period, Environmental chemistry, Holocene and Last Glacial Maximum. His research integrates issues of Northern Hemisphere and Paleoclimatology in his study of Glacial period. In his study, Biological pump, Seafloor spreading and Phytoplankton is strongly linked to Geotraces, which falls under the umbrella field of Environmental chemistry.
His Holocene research integrates issues from Cartography, Nepheloid layer and Pleistocene. His studies deal with areas such as Sedimentary rock, Water mass and Quaternary as well as Last Glacial Maximum. Samuel L. Jaccard has researched Water mass in several fields, including Authigenic, Deglaciation, Antarctic Intermediate Water and Isotopic signature.
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Processes and patterns of oceanic nutrient limitation
C. M. Moore;M. M. Mills;K. R. Arrigo;I. Berman-Frank.
Nature Geoscience (2013)
North Pacific seasonality and the glaciation of North America 2.7 million years ago
Gerald H. Haug;Andrey Ganopolski;Daniel Mikhail Sigman;Antoni Rosell-Mele.
Iron Fertilization of the Subantarctic Ocean During the Last Ice Age
Alfredo Martínez-García;Daniel M. Sigman;Haojia Ren;Robert F. Anderson.
Southern Ocean dust-climate coupling over the past four million years
Alfredo Martínez-Garcia;Alfredo Martínez-Garcia;Alfredo Martínez-Garcia;Antoni Rosell-Melé;Antoni Rosell-Melé;Antoni Rosell-Melé;Samuel L. Jaccard;Walter Geibert;Walter Geibert.
Southern Ocean dust-climate couplings over the last 4,000,000 years
A. Martínez-García;A. Rosell-Mélé;Samuel Jaccard;W. Geibert.
Polar ocean stratification in a cold climate
Daniel M. Sigman;Samuel L. Jaccard;Gerald H. Haug.
Carbon dioxide release from the North Pacific abyss during the last deglaciation.
Eric D. Galbraith;Eric D. Galbraith;Samuel L. Jaccard;Samuel L. Jaccard;Thomas F. Pedersen;Daniel Mikhail Sigman.
A review of nitrogen isotopic alteration in marine sediments
Rebecca S. Robinson;Markus Kienast;Ana Luiza Albuquerque;Mark Altabet.
Two Modes of Change in Southern Ocean Productivity Over the Past Million Years
S. L. Jaccard;Christopher Tyler Hayes;Christopher Tyler Hayes;A. Martinez-Garcia;D. A. Hodell.
Glacial/interglacial changes in subarctic north pacific stratification.
Samuel L Jaccard;Gerald H Haug;Daniel M Sigman;Thomas F Pedersen.
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