Simon E. Engelhart mostly deals with Sea level, Holocene, Post-glacial rebound, Ice sheet and Oceanography. His study explores the link between Sea level and topics such as Climatology that cross with problems in Sea level rise, Mantle and Transition zone. Holocene is often connected to Sediment in his work.
By researching both Post-glacial rebound and Spatial variability, Simon E. Engelhart produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His Ice sheet study combines topics in areas such as Meltwater, Deglaciation and Forebulge. His Oceanography research integrates issues from Sedimentary depositional environment, Rhizophoraceae, Mangrove and Pollen.
His main research concerns Oceanography, Sea level, Holocene, Seismology and Subduction. His Oceanography study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Marsh. His work on Post-glacial rebound as part of general Sea level study is frequently linked to Elevation, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Holocene research focuses on Ice sheet and how it relates to Deglaciation and Meltwater. His Seismology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Subsidence and Deformation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Paleoseismology, Wetland and Subsidence.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sea level, Oceanography, Holocene, Seismology and Physical geography. His Sea level study incorporates themes from Low marsh, Climatology, Climate change and Foraminifera. Simon E. Engelhart has researched Oceanography in several fields, including Detrended correspondence analysis and Marsh.
His research on Holocene frequently links to adjacent areas such as Mangrove. His work on Tectonophysics and Subduction as part of general Seismology research is frequently linked to Transfer function and Bayesian probability, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Physical geography research incorporates elements of Arctic and Ice sheet.
Simon E. Engelhart focuses on Sea level, Holocene, Bay, Seismology and Climate change. His Sea level study is related to the wider topic of Oceanography. His Oceanography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sedimentary depositional environment and Marsh.
In his research on the topic of Holocene, Mediterranean climate, Radiocarbon dating, Latitude and Intertidal zone is strongly related with Physical geography. He combines subjects such as Post-glacial rebound and Geomorphology with his study of Bay. As part of the same scientific family, Simon E. Engelhart usually focuses on Climate change, concentrating on Ice sheet and intersecting with Last Glacial Maximum.
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Expert assessment of sea-level rise by AD 2100 and AD 2300
Benjamin P. Horton;Benjamin P. Horton;Stefan Rahmstorf;Simon E. Engelhart;Andrew C. Kemp.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2014)
Spatial variability of late Holocene and 20th century sea-level rise along the Atlantic coast of the United States
Simon E. Engelhart;Benjamin P. Horton;Bruce C. Douglas;W. Richard Peltier.
Holocene sea level database for the Atlantic coast of the United States
Simon E. Engelhart;Benjamin P. Horton.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2012)
Holocene relative sea-level changes and glacial isostatic adjustment of the U.S. Atlantic coast
Simon E Engelhart;William Richard Peltier;Benjamin P Horton.
Heterogeneous rupture in the great Cascadia earthquake of 1700 inferred from coastal subsidence estimates
Pei-Ling Wang;Pei-Ling Wang;Simon E. Engelhart;Simon E. Engelhart;Kelin Wang;Kelin Wang;Andrea D. Hawkes;Andrea D. Hawkes.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2013)
Holocene sea-level changes along the North Carolina Coastline and their implications for glacial isostatic adjustment models
B.P. Horton;W.R. Peltier;S.J. Culver;R. Drummond.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2009)
Sea-level change during the last 2500 years in New Jersey, USA.
Andrew C. Kemp;Benjamin P. Horton;Benjamin P. Horton;Christopher H. Vane;Christopher E. Bernhardt.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2013)
Microfossils from coastal environments as indicators of paleo-earthquakes, tsunamis and storms
Jessica E. Pilarczyk;Jessica E. Pilarczyk;Tina Dura;Benjamin P. Horton;Benjamin P. Horton;Simon E. Engelhart.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (2014)
Subsidence along the Atlantic Coast of North America: Insights from GPS and late Holocene relative sea level data
Makan A. Karegar;Timothy H. Dixon;Simon E. Engelhart.
Geophysical Research Letters (2016)
Drivers of Holocene sea-level change in the Caribbean
Nicole S Khan;Nicole S Khan;Erica Ashe;Benjamin P Horton;Benjamin P Horton;Andrea Dutton.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2017)
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