Her primary areas of investigation include Oceanography, Ice core, Thermohaline circulation, North Atlantic Deep Water and Benthic zone. Oceanography is closely attributed to Glacial period in her research. Tine L. Rasmussen combines subjects such as Chronology and Ice sheet with her study of Ice core.
Her work in Thermohaline circulation tackles topics such as Bottom water which are related to areas like Circumpolar deep water and Holocene climatic optimum. Tine L. Rasmussen works in the field of Benthic zone, focusing on Foraminifera in particular. Tine L. Rasmussen focuses mostly in the field of Foraminifera, narrowing it down to matters related to Isotopes of oxygen and, in some cases, Allerød oscillation and Plankton.
Tine L. Rasmussen mainly focuses on Oceanography, Foraminifera, Holocene, Glacial period and Paleontology. Her study involves Deglaciation, Benthic zone, Ice core, Stadial and Sea ice, a branch of Oceanography. The various areas that Tine L. Rasmussen examines in her Ice core study include Isotopes of oxygen and Thermohaline circulation.
Her research in Foraminifera intersects with topics in Deep sea, Surface water, Pockmark, Bottom water and Paleoceanography. Her Holocene research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Meltwater, Interglacial and Ice sheet. Her Glacial period study combines topics in areas such as Iceberg and Physical geography.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Oceanography, Foraminifera, Glacial period, Holocene and Paleontology. Oceanography is frequently linked to Surface water in her study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Plankton, Calcite, Water column and Pockmark in addition to Foraminifera.
Her studies in Glacial period integrate themes in fields like Bottom water, Sedimentary depositional environment and Deep sea. Her Holocene research includes elements of Marine isotope stage, Interglacial and Ice sheet. Her Stadial study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Benthic zone, Ice core and Paleoceanography.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Oceanography, Glacial period, Stadial, Paleontology and Holocene. Her study in Arctic, Sea ice and Benthic zone falls under the purview of Oceanography. She does research in Benthic zone, focusing on Foraminifera specifically.
Tine L. Rasmussen studies Glacial period, focusing on Deglaciation in particular. Her research investigates the connection between Stadial and topics such as Ice core that intersect with issues in Ocean current, Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere, Paleoclimatology, Carbon cycle and Paleoceanography. Her Holocene study focuses on Younger Dryas in particular.
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Synchronized terrestrial-atmospheric deglacial records around the North Atlantic
Svante Björck;Bernd Kromer;Sigfus Johnsen;Ole Bennike.
Paleoceanographic evolution of the SW Svalbard margin (76°N) since 20,000 14C yr BP
Tine L. Rasmussen;Erik Thomsen;Marta A. Ślubowska;Marta A. Ślubowska;Simon Jessen.
Quaternary Research (2007)
Rapid changes in surface and deep water conditions at the Faeroe Margin during the last 58,000 years
Tine L. Rasmussen;Erik Thomsen;Tjeerd C. E. van Weering;Laurent Labeyrie.
The role of the North Atlantic Drift in the millennial timescale glacial climate fluctuations
Tine L Rasmussen;Erik Thomsen.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (2004)
A new Late Weichselian and Holocene marine chronology for the western Svalbard slope 30,000–0 cal years BP
Simon P. Jessen;Tine L. Rasmussen;Tove Nielsen;Anders Solheim.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2010)
Advection of Atlantic Water to the western and northern Svalbard shelf since 17,500 cal yr BP
Marta Ślubowska-Woldengen;Marta Ślubowska-Woldengen;Tine L. Rasmussen;Nalân Koç;Nalân Koç;Dorthe Klitgaard-Kristensen.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2007)
Circulation changes in the Faeroe-Shetland Channel correlating with cold events during the last glacial period (58–10 ka)
Tine L. Rasmussen;Erik Thomsen;Laurent Labeyrie;Tjeerd C. E. van Weering.
Temporal and spatial structure of multi-millennial temperature changes at high latitudes during the Last Interglacial
Emilie Capron;Aline Govin;Emma J. Stone;Valérie Masson-Delmotte.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2014)
Millennial-scale glacial variability versus Holocene stability: changes in planktic and benthic foraminifera faunas and ocean circulation in the North Atlantic during the last 60 000 years
Tine L Rasmussen;Erik Thomsen;Simon R Troelstra;Antoon Kuijpers.
Marine Micropaleontology (2003)
Changes in the flow of Atlantic water into the Arctic Ocean since the last deglaciation: Evidence from the northern Svalbard continental margin, 80°N
Marta A. Ślubowska;Marta A. Ślubowska;Nalân Koç;Tine L. Rasmussen;Dorthe Klitgaard-Kristensen.
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