2020 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
2013 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Diatom, Paleoclimatology, Holocene, Oceanography and Salinity. Her Diatom research includes themes of Climate change, Sediment and Period. Her study in Paleoclimatology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Atmospheric circulation, Quaternary and Physical geography.
Holocene is often connected to Ecosystem in her work. Her study looks at the relationship between Oceanography and topics such as Water level, which overlap with Test, Benthic zone and Pelagic zone. Her Salinity research incorporates themes from Arid and Taphonomy.
Sherilyn C. Fritz focuses on Holocene, Diatom, Oceanography, Ecology and Physical geography. Her work carried out in the field of Holocene brings together such families of science as Structural basin, Climatology, Paleoclimatology and Arctic. Sherilyn C. Fritz works mostly in the field of Paleoclimatology, limiting it down to concerns involving Pleistocene and, occasionally, Last Glacial Maximum.
The Diatom study combines topics in areas such as Sediment, Climate change, Salinity and Hydrology. Her Oceanography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Arid, Glacial period, Quaternary and Vegetation. In her study, Ecological succession is strongly linked to Glacier, which falls under the umbrella field of Ecology.
Sherilyn C. Fritz mainly focuses on Diatom, Ecology, Holocene, Physical geography and Oceanography. Her studies deal with areas such as Taxon, Abundance, Sediment and Aquatic ecosystem as well as Diatom. Her Holocene study combines topics in areas such as Drainage basin, Arctic, Glacier, Dominance and Wetland.
Her Physical geography research incorporates elements of Ecosystem and Chronology. Sherilyn C. Fritz mostly deals with Paleoclimatology in her studies of Oceanography. Her Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Glacial period, Pleistocene, Stadial and Biome.
Sherilyn C. Fritz mostly deals with Ecology, Diatom, Physical geography, Climate change and Holocene. Diatom is a subfield of Oceanography that Sherilyn C. Fritz studies. Within one scientific family, she focuses on topics pertaining to Quaternary under Oceanography, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Paleoclimatology.
Her research integrates issues of Sediment, Ecosystem and Arctic in her study of Physical geography. The concepts of her Climate change study are interwoven with issues in Hydrology and Clastic rock. As a part of the same scientific study, Sherilyn C. Fritz usually deals with the Holocene, concentrating on Drainage basin and frequently concerns with Erosion, Deglaciation, Watershed and Glacial period.
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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.
Tropical climate changes at millennial and orbital timescales on the Bolivian Altiplano
Paul A. Baker;Catherine A. Rigsby;Geoffrey O. Seltzer;Sherilyn C. Fritz.
Reconstruction of past changes in salinity and climate using a diatom-based transfer function
S. C. Fritz;S. Juggins;R. W. Battarbee;D. R. Engstrom.
Greater drought intensity and frequency before AD 1200 in the Northern Great Plains, USA
Kathleen R. Laird;Kathleen R. Laird;Sherilyn C. Fritz;Kirk A. Maasch;Brian F. Cumming.
Chemical and biological trends during lake evolution in recently deglaciated terrain.
Daniel R. Engstrom;Sherilyn C. Fritz;James E. Almendinger;Stephen Juggins.
Rapid landscape transformation in South Island, New Zealand, following initial Polynesian settlement
David B. McWethy;Cathy Whitlock;Janet M. Wilmshurst;Matt S. McGlone.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2010)
Century-scale paleoclimatic reconstruction from Moon Lake, a closed-basin lake in the northern Great Plains
Kathleen R. Laird;Sherilyn C. Fritz;Eric C. Grimm;Pietra G. Mueller.
Limnology and Oceanography (1996)
Twentieth-century salinity and water-level fluctuations in Devils Lake, North Dakota: Test of a diatom-based transfer function
Sherilyn C. Fritz.
Limnology and Oceanography (1990)
Hydrologic variation during the last 170,000 years in the southern hemisphere tropics of South America
Sherilyn C. Fritz;Paul A. Baker;Tim K. Lowenstein;Geoffrey O. Seltzer.
Quaternary Research (2004)
Abrupt Holocene climate change as an important factor for human migration in West Greenland
William J. D’Andrea;Yongsong Huang;Sherilyn C. Fritz;N. John Anderson.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2011)
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