Prof. Dr. Peter D. Clift 

Louisiana State University
Mai 2023 - August 2023 Fellow
Juli 2022 - Oktober 2022 Fellow
September 2011 - Dezember 2011 Fellow
September 2010 - Dezember 2010 Fellow
September 2009 - Dezember 2009 Fellow

Projekte am HWK

  • Temporal Evolution of the Asian-Australian Monsoon and its Impact on Global Climate (2022 - 2023)
  • Reconstructing the Intensity and Impacts of the Asian Monsoon on the Environment and Mankind Since the Last Glacial Maximum (2009 - 2012)
Peter D. Clift

Publikationen (17)

A Pre-Miocene Birth to the Yangtze River
Publikation: PNAS
Umfang & Seiten:110 (19), 7556–7561
U-Pb zircon Dating Evidence for a Pleistocene Sarasvati River and Capture of the Yamuna River
Publikation: Geology
Umfang & Seiten:40 (3), 211–214
Testing Competing Proxies for Asian Monsoon Intensity Since 14 KA in the South China Sea
Publikation: AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts
Umfang & Seiten:GC51G-0817
Tectonic and climatic controls on long-term silicate weathering in Asia since 5 Ma
Publikation: Geophyscal Research Letters
Umfang & Seiten:39 (15),
Monsoon Rains, Great Rivers, and the Development of Farming Civilisations in Asia
Verlag & Ort:Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
Late Mesozoic - Cenozoic Exhumation History of Northern Svalbard and ist Regional Significance: Constraints From Apatite Fission Track Analysis
Publikation: Tectonophysics
Umfang & Seiten:514-517, 81-92
Geochemical record of Holocene to Recent sedimentation on the Western Indus continental shelf, Arabian Sea
Publikation: Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems
Umfang & Seiten:13 (1), Q01008
Enhanced silicate weathering of tropical shelf sediments exposed during glacial lowstands: A sink for atmospheric CO2
Publikation: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta
Umfang & Seiten:200, 123-144
Enhanced Global Continental Erosion and Exhumation Driven by Oligo-Miocene Climate Change
Publikation: Geophysical Research Letters
Umfang & Seiten:37 (9), L09402
Detrital U–Pb rutile and zircon data show Indus River sediment dominantly eroded from East Karakoram, not Nanga Parbat
Publikation: Earth and Planetary Science Letters
Umfang & Seiten:600, 117873
Deep sea records of the continental weathering and erosion response to East Asian monsoon intensification since 14 ka in the South China Sea
Publikation: Chemical Geology
Umfang & Seiten:326-327, 1-18
Clay Mineral Variations in Holocene Terrestrial Sediments From the Indus Basin; a Response to SW Asian Monsoon Variability
Publikation: Quaternary Research
Umfang & Seiten:77 (3), 368-381
Chemical weathering and provenance evolution of Holocene–Recent sediments from the Western Indus Shelf, Northern Arabian Sea inferred from physical and mineralogical properties
Publikation: Marine Geology
Umfang & Seiten:326-328, 101-115
Birth of the Pearl River at 30 Ma: Evidence from sedimentary records in the northern South China Sea
Publikation: Earth and Planetary Science Letters
Umfang & Seiten:600, 117872
Ar-Ar Muscovite Dating as a Constraint on Sediment Provenance and Erosion Processes in the Red and Yangtze River Systems, SE Asia
Publikation: Earth and Planetary Science Letters
Umfang & Seiten:295 (3-4), 379 - 389
A synthesis of monsoon exploration in the Asian marginal seas
Publikation: Scientific Drilling
Umfang & Seiten:10, 1-29
Why is Svalbard an island? Evidence for two-stage uplift, magmatic underplating, and mantle thermal anomalies
Publikation: Tectonics
Umfang & Seiten:32 (3), 473-486