2014 - Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand
Tim R Naish spends much of his time researching Ice sheet, Paleontology, Oceanography, Antarctic ice sheet and Ice shelf. His Ice sheet research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ocean science, Physical geography and Earth system science. Tim R Naish focuses mostly in the field of Oceanography, narrowing it down to topics relating to Continental margin and, in certain cases, Shore and Submarine canyon.
His study ties his expertise on Ice-sheet model together with the subject of Antarctic ice sheet. In his research on the topic of Cryosphere, Thermohaline circulation is strongly related with Arctic ice pack. While the research belongs to areas of Antarctic sea ice, he spends his time largely on the problem of Ice stream, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Ice age.
His primary areas of study are Paleontology, Oceanography, Ice sheet, Antarctic ice sheet and Glacial period. His Paleontology research focuses on Sea level and how it relates to Milankovitch cycles, Cyclostratigraphy, Structural basin and Stage. Tim R Naish combines subjects such as Glacier and Continental margin with his study of Oceanography.
His Ice sheet research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ice stream, Cryosphere, Ice shelf, Ice-sheet model and Antarctic sea ice. His research integrates issues of Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere, Physical geography, Orbital forcing and Future sea level in his study of Antarctic ice sheet. The Glacial period study combines topics in areas such as Cenozoic, Neogene, Paleoclimatology and Subaerial.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Antarctic ice sheet, Ice sheet, Oceanography, Cryosphere and Physical geography. His Antarctic ice sheet research incorporates elements of Future sea level, Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere and Ice-sheet model. Tim R Naish has included themes like Sedimentary rock, Glacial period, Ice shelf and Sea level in his Ice sheet study.
Tim R Naish has researched Ice shelf in several fields, including Effects of global warming on oceans, Lead and Greenhouse gas. Tim R Naish works in the field of Cryosphere, namely Antarctic sea ice. His studies examine the connections between Antarctic sea ice and genetics, as well as such issues in Ice stream, with regards to Ice core.
His main research concerns Ice sheet, Antarctic ice sheet, Oceanography, Cryosphere and Physical geography. His Ice sheet study incorporates themes from Glacial period, Glaciology and Environmental resource management. Antarctic ice sheet is a subfield of Sea ice that Tim R Naish tackles.
His work on Last Glacial Maximum, Climate change and Orbital forcing as part of general Oceanography study is frequently linked to Phytoplankton, bridging the gap between disciplines. His studies in Ice-sheet model, Antarctic sea ice and Future sea level are all subfields of Cryosphere research. His work in Antarctic sea ice addresses issues such as Ice stream, which are connected to fields such as Ice core.
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Information from paleoclimate archives
Valerie Masson-Delmotte;Michael Schulz;A Abe-Ouchi;J Beer.
Obliquity-paced Pliocene West Antarctic ice sheet oscillations
T. Naish;T. Naish;R. Powell;R. Levy;R. Levy;G. Wilson.
The multi-millennial Antarctic commitment to future sea-level rise
N. R. Golledge;N. R. Golledge;D. E. Kowalewski;T. R. Naish;T. R. Naish;R. H. Levy.
Orbitally induced oscillations in the East Antarctic ice sheet at the Oligocene/Miocene boundary
Tim R. Naish;Ken J. Woolfe;Peter J. Barrett;Gary S. Wilson.
Sequence stratigraphy of sixth-order (41 k.y.) Pliocene-Pleistocene cyclothems, Wanganui basin, New Zealand: A case for the regressive systems tract
Tim Naish;Peter J. J. Kamp.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1997)
High tide of the warm Pliocene: Implications of global sea level for Antarctic deglaciation
Kenneth G. Miller;James D. Wright;James V. Browning;Andrew Kulpecz.
Antarctic and Southern Ocean influences on Late Pliocene global cooling.
Robert McKay;Tim Naish;Lionel Carter;Christina Riesselman.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
A review of the Milankovitch climatic beat: template for Plio-Pleistocene sea-level changes and sequence stratigraphy
Brad Pillans;John Chappell;Tim R. Naish.
Sedimentary Geology (1998)
A roadmap for Antarctic and Southern Ocean science for the next two decades and beyond
M.C. Kennicutt;S.L. Chown;J.J. Cassano;D. Liggett.
Antarctic Science (2015)
Choosing the future of Antarctica
S. R. Rintoul;S. R. Rintoul;S. L. Chown;R. M. DeConto;M. H. England.
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