Steven L. Forman mainly focuses on Oceanography, Holocene, Deglaciation, Physical geography and Ice sheet. His Oceanography study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Pedogenesis. His Holocene study incorporates themes from Aeolian processes, Plateau, Radiocarbon dating and Sea level.
His study explores the link between Deglaciation and topics such as Glacier that cross with problems in Marine transgression. His Physical geography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Pleistocene, Climate change, Quaternary, Geomorphology and Monsoon. His Ice sheet research integrates issues from Trough, Cryosphere, Antarctic sea ice, Macrofossil and Arctic.
Holocene, Oceanography, Quaternary, Paleontology and Physical geography are his primary areas of study. His Holocene study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Aeolian processes, Radiocarbon dating, Sea level, Monsoon and Landform. His Oceanography research incorporates themes from Glacier and Glacial period.
The Quaternary study combines topics in areas such as Seismology, Fault, Thermoluminescence and Paleoclimatology. His work carried out in the field of Paleontology brings together such families of science as Foraminifera and Upper Paleolithic. His work focuses on many connections between Physical geography and other disciplines, such as Geomorphology, that overlap with his field of interest in Pleistocene, Geochemistry, Chronology and Thermoluminescence dating.
Steven L. Forman mostly deals with Paleontology, Quaternary, Aeolian processes, Archaeology and Pleistocene. His work in Paleontology tackles topics such as Seismic zone which are related to areas like Ridge. His Aeolian processes research includes elements of Rangeland, Holocene, Arid, Physical geography and Sedimentary depositional environment.
He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Holocene and Sensitivity through his research. Steven L. Forman interconnects Glacial period, Marine isotope stage, Climate change, Ecosystem and Erosion in the investigation of issues within Physical geography. His Last Glacial Maximum research includes themes of Deglaciation and Ice sheet.
His main research concerns Paleontology, Pleistocene, Quaternary, Archaeology and Assemblage. His study in the field of Tectonic uplift, Fluvial and Collision zone is also linked to topics like Excursion. His Pleistocene research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Last Glacial Maximum, Post-glacial rebound, Ice sheet and Grazing.
His study looks at the relationship between Quaternary and topics such as Subduction, which overlap with Holocene, Induced seismicity and Earthquake rupture. His study in the field of Projectile point and Mammoth also crosses realms of Isoscapes and Home range. His research integrates issues of Identification, Taphonomy and Paleoanthropology in his study of Assemblage.
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East African megadroughts between 135 and 75 thousand years ago and bearing on early-modern human origins
Christopher A. Scholz;Thomas C. Johnson;Andrew S. Cohen;John W. King.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2007)
Holocene treeline history and climate change across northern Eurasia
Glen M. MacDonald;Andrei A. Velichko;Constantine V. Kremenetski;Olga K. Borisova.
Quaternary Research (2000)
A severe centennial-scale drought in midcontinental North America 4200 years ago and apparent global linkages
Robert K. Booth;Stephen T. Jackson;Steven L. Forman;John E. Kutzbach.
The Holocene (2005)
Temporal and spatial patterns of Holocene dune activity on the Great Plains of North America: megadroughts and climate links
Steven L. Forman;Robert Oglesby;Robert S. Webb.
grid and pervasive computing (2001)
The Buttermilk Creek Complex and the Origins of Clovis at the Debra L. Friedkin Site, Texas
Michael R. Waters;Steven L. Forman;Thomas A. Jennings;Lee C. Nordt.
Pre‐bomb radiocarbon and the reservoir correction for calcareous marine species in the Southern Ocean
Paul Arthur Berkman;Steven L. Forman.
Geophysical Research Letters (1996)
Early Upper Paleolithic in Eastern Europe and Implications for the Dispersal of Modern Humans
M. V. Anikovich;A. A. Sinitsyn;John F. Hoffecker;Vance T. Holliday.
The vesicular layer and carbonate collars of desert soils and pavements: formation, age and relation to climate change
Leslie D McFadden;Eric V McDonald;Stephen G Wells;Kirk Anderson.
Freshwater and Atlantic water inflows to the deep northern Barents and Kara seas since ca 13 14 C ka: . foraminifera and stable isotopes
D.J. Lubinski;L. Polyak;S.L. Forman.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2001)
A review of postglacial emergence on Svalbard, Franz Josef Land and Novaya Zemlya, northern Eurasia
SL Forman;DJ Lubinski;O Ingolfsson;JJ Zeeberg.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2004)
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