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 David Harning

David Harning

Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research
University of Colorado Boulder


  ECN Member

Expertise & Interests

Overview / specialty        Reconstructing high-resolution Holocene paleoclimate records from Icelandic lake and marine sediment

Glacier history; lipid biogeochemistry; tephrochronology
PAGES interests        ECN
Topics        Biogeochemical processes, Chronology, Climate variability, Ocean dynamics, Proxy development, Volcanoes
Timescales        Holocene, Last millennia
Regions        Arctic
Archives        Geomorphology, Ice cores/glaciers, Lake sediments, Ocean sediments, Soil
Sector        Academia / Education, Research
Discipline        Geochemistry, Geomorphology, Magnetic susceptibility, (Micro)paleontology, (Paleo)climatology, (Paleo)ecology, (Paleo)limnology, (Paleo)oceanography, Radiocarbon dating, Sedimentology
Computers        ArcGIS, CLAM, OxCal, Python
Laboratory        Geochemistry, Isotopes, Magnetic susceptibility, Microfossils (foraminifera, ostracods, etc)



(6) Anderson, L.S., Flowers, G.E., Jarosch, A.H., Aðalgeirsdóttir, G.Th., Geirsdóttir, Á., Miller, G.H., Harning, D.J., Þorsteinsson, Þ., Magnússon, E., Pálsson, F., 2018. Holocene glacier and climate variations in Vestfirðir, Iceland, from the modeling of Drangajökull ice cap. Quaternary Science Reviews 190, 39-56.
(5) Harning, D.J., Geirsdóttir, Á., Miller, G.H., 2018a. Punctuated Holocene climate of Vestfirðir, Iceland, linked to internal/external variables and oceanographic conditions. Quaternary Science Reviews 189, 31-42.
(4) Harning, D.J., Geirsdóttir, Á., Thordarson, T., Miller, G.H., 2018b. Climatic control on Icelandic volcanic activity during the mid-Holocene: COMMENT. Geology 46, e443.
(3) Harning, D.J., Thordarson, T., Geirsdóttir, Á., Zalzal, K., Miller, G.H., 2018c. Provenance, stratigraphy and chronology of Holocene tephra from Vestfirðir, Iceland. Quaternary Geochronology 46, 59-76.
(2) Harning, D.J., Geirsdóttir, Á., Miller, G.H., Anderson, L., 2016a. Episodic expansion of Drangajökull, Vestfirðir, Iceland, over the last 3 ka culminating in its maximum dimension during the Little Ice Age. Quaternary Science Reviews 152, 118-131.
(1) Harning, D.J., Geirsdóttir, Á., Miller, G.H., Zalzal, K., 2016b. Early Holocene deglaciation of Drangajökull, Vestfirðir, Iceland. Quaternary Science Reviews 153, 192-198.