2023 - Research.com Earth Science in Canada Leader Award
Thomas W. D. Edwards spends much of his time researching Hydrology, Holocene, Physical geography, Water balance and Tundra. His Hydrology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Humidity and δ18O. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Boreal, Atmospheric circulation, Climatology and Taiga.
He focuses mostly in the field of Physical geography, narrowing it down to matters related to Isotopes of oxygen and, in some cases, Isotopes of carbon, Sedimentary rock, Sediment and Environmental chemistry. He works mostly in the field of Water balance, limiting it down to topics relating to Drainage basin and, in certain cases, Permafrost and Watershed. His studies in Floodplain integrate themes in fields like Snow, Snowmelt and Delta.
Thomas W. D. Edwards mainly focuses on Hydrology, Holocene, Climate change, Delta and Oceanography. His research integrates issues of Boreal, Radiocarbon dating, δ18O, Physical geography and Isotopes of oxygen in his study of Holocene. Thomas W. D. Edwards combines subjects such as Atmospheric circulation and Vegetation with his study of Climate change.
His study in Delta is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Flood myth, Floodplain, Flooding and Oil sands. The concepts of his Oceanography study are interwoven with issues in Sedimentology, Sediment and Aragonite. He interconnects Hydrology and Surface water in the investigation of issues within Drainage basin.
His primary scientific interests are in Hydrology, Climate change, Delta, Surface runoff and Earth science. His Hydrology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Humidity, Thermokarst and Precipitation. His Climate change research incorporates elements of Drainage basin, Water balance and Arctic.
His Delta research includes elements of Climatology, Oil sands, Ecosystem and Paleolimnology. The Climatology study combines topics in areas such as Physical geography, Paleoclimatology and Holocene. The study incorporates disciplines such as Snow, Discharge and δ18O in addition to Surface runoff.
Thomas W. D. Edwards mostly deals with Hydrology, Surface runoff, Climate change, Earth science and Delta. His work deals with themes such as Humidity, Water mass and Precipitation, which intersect with Hydrology. The various areas that Thomas W. D. Edwards examines in his Surface runoff study include Water use and Watershed.
Many of his research projects under Climate change are closely connected to Land cover with Land cover, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Earth science research incorporates themes from Deposition, Sediment, Sediment core, Contamination and Ecosystem. In his study, Tributary, Environmental monitoring and Paleolimnology is inextricably linked to Oil sands, which falls within the broad field of Delta.
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Holocene treeline history and climate change across northern Eurasia
Glen M. MacDonald;Andrei A. Velichko;Constantine V. Kremenetski;Olga K. Borisova.
Quaternary Research (2000)
Rapid response of treeline vegetation and lakes to past climate warming
Glen M. MacDonald;Tom W. D. Edwards;Katrina A. Moser;Katrina A. Moser;Reinhard Pienitz.
Effect of Treatment With Zileuton, a 5-Lipoxygenase Inhibitor, in Patients With Asthma: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Elliot Israel;Judith Cohn;Louise Dubé;Jeffrey M. Drazen.
Progress in isotope tracer hydrology in Canada
J. J. Gibson;T. W. D. Edwards;S. J. Birks;N. A. St Amour.
Hydrological Processes (2005)
Regional water balance trends and evaporation-transpiration partitioning from a stable isotope survey of lakes in northern Canada
J. J. Gibson;J. J. Gibson;T. W. D. Edwards.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2002)
Estimating Evaporation Using Stable Isotopes: Quantitative Results and Sensitivity Analysis for Two Catchments in Northern Canada
J.J. Gibson;T.W.D. Edwards;G.G. Bursey;T.D. Prowse.
Hydrology Research (1993)
Global prediction of δA and δ2H-δ18O evaporation slopes for lakes and soil water accounting for seasonality
J. J. Gibson;J. J. Gibson;S. J. Birks;S. J. Birks;T. W. D. Edwards.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2008)
Holocene changes in atmospheric circulation recorded in the oxygen-isotope stratigraphy of lacustrine carbonates from northern Sweden.
Dan Hammarlund;Lena Barnekow;Harry John Betteley Birks;Bjørn Buchardt.
The Holocene (2002)
Assessing meteoric water composition and relative humidity from18O and2H in wood cellulose: paleoclimatic implications for southern Ontario, Canada
T.W.D. Edwards;P. Fritz.
Applied Geochemistry (1986)
Influence of Changing Atmospheric Circulation on Precipitation δ18O–Temperature Relations in Canada during the Holocene
Thomas W.D. Edwards;Brent B. Wolfe;Glen M. Macdonald.
Quaternary Research (1996)
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