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Palaeoecology and palaeoenvironment of Mississippian coastal lakes and marshes during the early terrestrialisation of tetrapods - C.E. Bennett, T.I. Kearsey, S.J. Davies, M.J. Leng, D. Millward, T.R. Smithson, P.J. Brand, M.A.E. Browne, D.K. Carpenter, J.E.A. Marshall, H. Dulson and L. Curry
Type: Article | 2021

Type: Article | 2021

Global costs of protecting against sea-level rise at 1.5 to 4.0 °C - Sally Brown, Katie Jenkins, Philip Goodwin, Daniel Lincke, A. T. Vafeidis, R.S.J. Tol, R. Jenkins, R. Warren, R.J. Nicholls, S. Jevrejeva, A. S. Arcilla and Ivan Haigh
Type: Article | 2021

The Devonian landscape factory: plant–sediment interactions in the Old Red Sandstone of Svalbard and the rise of vegetation as a biogeomorphic agent - Neil S. Davies, Christopher M. Berry, John E.A. Marshall, Charles H. Wellman and Franz-josef Lindemann
Type: Article | 2021

Global chemical weathering dominated by continental arcs since the mid-Paleozoic - Thomas Gernon, Thea Hincks, Andrew Merdith, Eelco Rohling, Martin Palmer, Gavin Foster, Clement Bataille and Dietmar Muller
Type: Article | 2021

Type: Article | 2021

Type: Article | 2021

Late Devonian–Early Carboniferous palynology of the CSDP-2 Borehole in the southern Yellow Sea, China - Xing-wei Guo, Xun-hua Zhang, Lai-xing Cai, Hong-he Xu, Ning Yang, Hui-nan Lu, Shu Ouyang, John E.a. Marshall, Hui-ping Peng and Feng Liu
Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

New insights from multi-proxy data from the West Antarctic continental rise: Implications for dating and interpreting Late Quaternary palaeoenvironmental records - C.-D. Hillenbrand, S.J. Crowhurst, M. Williams, D.A. Hodell, I.N. McCave, W. Ehrmann, C. Xuan, A.M. Piotrowski, F.J. Hernández-Molina, A.G.C. Graham, H. Grobe, T.J. Williams, J.R. Horrocks, C.S. Allen and R.D. Larter
Type: Article | 2021

Type: Article | 2021

Rapid expansion of meso-megathermal rain forests into the southern high latitudes at the onset of the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum - E.P. Huurdeman, J. Frieling, T. Reichgelt, P.K. Bijl, S.M. Bohaty, G.R. Holdgate, S.J. Gallagher, F. Peterse, D.R. Greenwood and J. Pross
Type: Article | 2021

Type: Article | 2021

My family and other animals: human demography under a comparative cross-species lens: comparative human demography - Owen Jones, Thomas Ezard, Claire Dooley, Kevin Healy, David J. Hodgson, Markus Mueller, Stuart Townley and Roberto Salguero-Gomez
Type: Book Section | 2021

Geochemical evidence of Milankovitch cycles in Atlantic Ocean ferromanganese crusts - Pierre Josso, Tim van Peer, Matthew S.A. Horstwood, Paul Lusty and Bramley Murton
Type: Article | 2021 | Item not available on this server.

Type: Article | 2021

Type: Article | 2021

Orbital forcing of ice sheets during snowball Earth - Ross Mitchell, Thomas Gernon, Grant Cox, Adam Nordsvan, Uwe Kirscher, Chuang Xuan, Yebo Liu, Xu Liu and Xiao-Fang He
Type: Article | 2021

Vital rate estimates for the common eider Somateria mollissima, a data-rich exemplar of the seaduck tribe - Alex Nicol-Harper, Kevin Wood, Antony Diamond, Heather Major, Aevar Petersen, Grigori Tertitski, Charles Doncaster, Thomas Ezard and Geoff Hilton
Type: Article | 2021

Low‐temperature magnetic properties of marine sediments—quantifying magnetofossils, superparamagnetism, and maghemitization: eastern mediterranean examples - Yao Qian, David Heslop, Andrew P. Roberts, Pengxiang Hu, Xiang Zhao, Yan Liu, Jinhua Li, Katharine M. Grant and Eelco J. Rohling
Type: Article | 2021

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