His scientific interests lie mostly in Holocene, Climatology, Younger Dryas, Climate change and Fluvial. His Holocene research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Aggradation and Erosion. His study in Climatology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Climate model and Stadial.
His work in the fields of Younger Dryas, such as Older Dryas, overlaps with other areas such as Tephra. His Fluvial study incorporates themes from Sedimentary depositional environment, Permafrost, Sediment and Physical geography. His Physical geography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hydrology, Drainage basin, Aeolian processes and Thermokarst.
His primary scientific interests are in Physical geography, Holocene, Glacial period, Climate change and Fluvial. His Physical geography research includes themes of Pollen, Permafrost, Sediment, Hydrology and Stadial. His Holocene study combines topics in areas such as Palynology and Floodplain.
His work carried out in the field of Glacial period brings together such families of science as Radiocarbon dating and Archaeology. His Climate change research integrates issues from Climatology, Vegetation and Early Pleistocene. His Fluvial course of study focuses on Aeolian processes and Earth science and Sedimentary depositional environment.
Sjoerd Bohncke mainly focuses on Physical geography, Hydrology, Holocene, Drainage basin and Floodplain. His research combines Fluvial and Physical geography. His research investigates the connection between Fluvial and topics such as Glacial period that intersect with issues in Sedimentary basin and Oceanography.
Sjoerd Bohncke works mostly in the field of Hydrology, limiting it down to topics relating to Palynology and, in certain cases, Vegetation, Period and Biostratigraphy. His work investigates the relationship between Holocene and topics such as Climate change that intersect with problems in Pleistocene. His Floodplain study also includes
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Mean July Temperatures during the Younger Dryas in Northwestern and Central Europe as Inferred from Climate Indicator Plant Species
René F.B. Isarin;Sjoerd J.P. Bohncke.
Quaternary Research (1999)
Climate‐related river activity at the Weichselian‐Holocene transition: a comparative study of the Warta and Maas rivers
Jef Vandenberghe;C. Kasse;S.J.P. Bohncke;S. Kozarski.
Terra Nova (1994)
Century-scale shifts in early holocene atmospheric CO2 concentration
Friederike Wagner;Sjoerd J. P. Bohncke;David L. Dilcher;Wolfram M. Kürschner.
The Devensian/Weichselian Late‐glacial in northwest Europe (Ireland, Britain, north Belgium, The Netherlands, northwest Germany)
M. J. C. Walker;S. J. P. Bohncke;G. R. Coope;M. O'Connell.
Journal of Quaternary Science (1994)
Preboreal climate oscillations in Europe: Wiggle-match dating and synthesis of Dutch high-resolution multi-proxy records
Johanna A. A. Bos;Bas van Geel;Johannes van der Plicht;Sjoerd J. P. Bohncke.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2007)
Climatic change and fluvial dynamics of the Maas during the Late Weichselian and Early Holocene.
C. Kasse;Jef Vandenberghe;S.J.P. Bohncke.
The Preboreal climate reversal and a subsequent solar-forced climate shift
J. Van Der Plicht;B. Van Geel;S.J.P. Bohncke;J.A.A. Bos.
Journal of Quaternary Science (2004)
Sensitivity of Weichselian fluvial systems to climate change (Nochten mine, eastern Germany)
C Kasse;J Vandenberghe;J Van Huissteden;S.J.P Bohncke.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2003)
Detection of Lateglacial distal tephra layers in the Netherlands
Siwan M. Davies;Wim Z. Hoek;Sjoerd J. P. Bohncke;J. John Lowe.
Lateglacial environmental changes in the Netherlands: Spatial and temporal patterns: A contribution to the ‘North Atlantic seaboard programme’ of IGCP-253, ‘Termination of the Pleistocene’
Quaternary Science Reviews (1993)
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