Stephen A. Wolfe mainly focuses on Physical geography, Sand dune stabilization, Vegetation, Geomorphology and Aeolian processes. The concepts of his Physical geography study are interwoven with issues in Sedimentary rock, Permafrost, Climatology and Arid. His work is dedicated to discovering how Sand dune stabilization, Holocene are connected with Paleosol, Chronology, Radiocarbon dating, Quaternary and Hydrology and other disciplines.
Many of his research projects under Vegetation are closely connected to Stable state with Stable state, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cypress and Foothills in addition to Geomorphology. He interconnects Shear and Wind speed in the investigation of issues within Aeolian processes.
His main research concerns Physical geography, Permafrost, Aeolian processes, Holocene and Geomorphology. His Physical geography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sand dune stabilization, Vegetation, Arctic and Taiga. His studies deal with areas such as Glacial lake, Climatology, Peat, Hydrology and Subarctic climate as well as Permafrost.
His studies examine the connections between Climatology and genetics, as well as such issues in Period, with regards to Wind power. His Aeolian processes research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Radiocarbon dating, Sediment, Alluvial fan, Loess and Optical dating. The various areas that Stephen A. Wolfe examines in his Geomorphology study include Ground ice and Ice stream.
Stephen A. Wolfe focuses on Physical geography, Holocene, Aeolian processes, Arctic and Permafrost. In his study, Geomorphology is strongly linked to Ground ice, which falls under the umbrella field of Physical geography. His work focuses on many connections between Holocene and other disciplines, such as Fluvial, that overlap with his field of interest in Alluvial fan and Loess.
His research integrates issues of Climatology and Optical dating in his study of Aeolian processes. His Arctic research integrates issues from Coastal plain, Quaternary and Landform. His Permafrost study combines topics in areas such as Vulnerability index, Environmental resource management and Water resources.
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The protective role of sparse vegetation in wind erosion
Stephen A. Wolfe;William G. Nickling.
Progress in Physical Geography (1993)
The morphology and origin of Nabkhas, Region of Mopti, Mali, West Africa
W.G. Nickling;S.A. Wolfe.
Journal of Arid Environments (1994)
Biogeomorphic model of dunefield activation and stabilization on the northern Great Plains
C.H. Hugenholtz;S.A. Wolfe.
SHEAR STRESS PARTITIONING IN SPARSELY VEGETATED DESERT CANOPIES
S. A. Wolfe;W. G. Nickling.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (1996)
Recent stabilization of active sand dunes on the Canadian prairies and relation to recent climate variations
Chris H. Hugenholtz;Stephen A. Wolfe.
Late 18th century drought-induced sand dune activity, Great Sand Hills, Saskatchewan
S.A. Wolfe;D.J. Huntley;P.P. David;J. Ollerhead.
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2001)
The influence of vegetation and soil characteristics on active‐layer thickness of permafrost soils in boreal forest
James P. Fisher;Cristian Estop‐Aragonés;Aaron Thierry;Dan J. Charman.
Global Change Biology (2016)
Active‐layer characteristics and summer climatic indices, Mackenzie Valley, Northwest Territories, Canada
Sharon L. Smith;Stephen A. Wolfe;Daniel W. Riseborough;F. Mark Nixon.
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes (2009)
Chronology and geochemistry of late Holocene eolian deposits in the Brandon Sand Hills, Manitoba, Canada
Stephen A. Wolfe;Daniel R. Muhs;Peter P. David;John P. McGeehin.
Quaternary International (2000)
Palaeoenvironmental Interpretation of Yedoma Silt (Ice Complex) Deposition as Cold‐Climate Loess, Duvanny Yar, Northeast Siberia
J.B. Murton;T. Goslar;M.E. Edwards;M.E. Edwards;Bateman.
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes (2015)
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