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Marine bivalve feeding strategies and radiocarbon ages in Northeast Atlantic coastal waters Elena Lo Giudice Cappelli, William Austin
Radiocarbon vol.First View
The genetic diversity, morphology, biogeography, and taxonomic designations of Ammonia (Foraminifera) in the Northeast Atlantic Clare Bird, Magali Schweizer, William Austin, Karen Luise Knudsen, Katharine M. Evans, Helena L. Filipsson, Martin D.J. Sayer, Emmanuelle Geslin, Kate Darling
Marine Micropaleontology
Assessing proxy signatures of temperature, salinity, and hypoxia in the Baltic Sea through foraminifera-based geochemistry and faunal assemblages Jeroen Groeneveld, Helena L. Filipsson, William Austin, Kate Darling, David John McCarthy, Nadine B. Quintana Krupinski, Clare Bird, Magali Schweizer
Journal of Micropalaeontology 2018 vol.37 pp.403-429
Late Weichselian glacial history of Forlandsundet, western Svalbard Felix Butschek, Riccardo Arosio, William Austin, Riko Noormets, John A. Howe
arktos vol.First online
Palynology and micropalaeontology of the Pliocene - Pleistocene transition in outcrop from the western Caspian Sea, Azerbaijan Keith Richards, Christiaan G.C. van Baak, John Athersuch, Thomas M. Hoyle, Marius Stoica, William Austin, Alix Gayle Cage, Antoine A.H. Wonders, Fabienne Marret, Carmel A. Pinnington
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 2018 vol.511 pp.119-143
Assessment of blue carbon resources in Scotland’s Inshore Marine Protected Area Network Micheal Burrows, David Hughes, William Austin, Craig Smeaton, Natalie Hicks , John Howe, Christopher Allen, Peter Taylor, Lindsay Vare
2017 vol.957
Scotland's forgotten carbon Craig Smeaton, William Austin, Althea Davies, Agnes Baltzer, John Howe, John M. Baxter
Biogeosciences 2017 vol.14 pp.5663-5674
Sources, sinks and subsidies Craig Smeaton, William Austin
Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences 2017 vol.122 pp.2754-2768
A Special Issue Celebrating the Career of Professor Colin Ballantyne, MA, MSc, PhD, DSc, FRSE, FRSGS, a Uniquely Scottish Geomorphologist William Austin, Charles Raymond Warren
Scottish Geographical Journal 2016 vol.132 pp.119-129
A new integrated approach to taxonomy: the fusion of molecular and morphological systematics with type material in benthic foraminifera William Austin, Katharine Evans, Clare Bird, Magali Schweizer, Kate Darling
PLoS One 2016 vol.11
Implications of 36Cl exposure ages from Skye, northwest Scotland for the timing of ice stream deglaciation and deglacial ice dynamics Vincent Rinterknecht, William Austin, C. Richard Bates, Doug I Benn, james scourse, Didier Bourles, Fiona Danielle Hibbert,
Quaternary Science Reviews 2016 vol.150 pp.130-145
Magnetic record of deglaciation using FORC-PCA, sortable-silt grain size, and magnetic excursion at 26 ka, from the Rockall Trough (NE Atlantic) J. E. T. Channell, R. J. Harrison, I. Lascu, I. N. McCave, F. D. Hibbert, William Austin
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 2016 vol.17 pp.1823-1841
Substantial stores of sedimentary carbon held in mid-latitude fjords Craig Smeaton, William Austin, Althea Davies, A. Baltzar, R. E. Abell, J. A. Howe
Biogeosciences 2016 vol.13 pp.5771-5787
The decomposition of the Faroe-Shetland Channel water masses using Parametric Optimum Multi-Parameter analysis C. McKenna, B. Berx, William Austin
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 2016 vol.107 pp.9-21
The genetic diversity, phylogeography and morphology of Elphidiidae (Foraminifera) in the Northeast Atlantic Kate Darling, Magali Schweizer, Karen-Luise Knudsen, Katharine M. Evans, Clare Bird, Helena L. Filipsson, Jung-Hyun Kim, Gudmundur Gudmundsson, Christopher M. Wade, Martin D. J. Sayer, William Austin
Marine Micropaleontology 2016 vol.129 pp.1-23
A North Atlantic tephrostratigraphical framework for 130-60kab2k S.M. Davies, Peter Michael Abbott, R.H. Meara, N.J.G. Pearce, William Austin, M.R. Chapman, A. Svensson, M. Bigler, T.L. Rasmussen, S.O. Rasmussen, E.J. Farmer
Quaternary Science Reviews 2014 vol.106
Correction Jasmin A. Godbold, William Austin, David Maxwell Paterson
PLoS One 2014 vol.9
Looking forward through the past Alistair W. R. Seddon, Anson W. Mackay, Ambroise G. Baker, H. John B. Birks, Elinor Breman, Caitlin E. Buck, Erle C. Ellis, Cynthia A. Froyd, Jacquelyn L. Gill, Lindsey Gillson, Edward A. Johnson, Vivienne J. Jones, Stephen Juggins, Marc Macias-Fauria, Keely Mills, Jesse L. Morris, David Nogues-Bravo, Surangi W. Punyasena, Thomas P. Roland, Andrew J. Tanentzap, Kathy J. Willis, Martin Aberhan, Eline N. van Asperen, William Austin, Rick W. Battarbee, Shonil Bhagwat, Christina L. Belanger, Keith David Bennett, Hilary H. Birks, Christopher Bronk Ramsey, Stephen J. Brooks, Mark de Bruyn, Paul G. Butler, Frank M. Chambers, Stewart J. Clarke, Althea Davies, John A. Dearing, Thomas H. G. Ezard, Angelica Feurdean, Roger J. Flower, Peter Gell, Sonja Hausmann, Erika J. Hogan, Melanie J. Hopkins, Elizabeth S. Jeffers, Atte A. Korhola, Robert Marchant, Thorsten Kiefer, Mariusz Lamentowicz, Isabelle Larocque-Tobler, Lourdes Lopez-Merino, Lee H. Liow, Suzanne McGowan, Joshua H. Miller, Encarni Montoya, Oliver Morton, Sandra Nogue, Chloe Onoufriou, Lisa P. Boush, Francisco Rodriguez-Sanchez, Neil L. Rose, Carl D. Sayer, Helen E. Shaw, Richard Payne, Gavin Simpson, Kadri Sohar, Nicki J. Whitehouse, John W. Williams, Andrzej Witkowski
Journal of Ecology 2014 vol.102 pp.256-267
Marine tephrochronology William Austin, Peter Michael Abbott, Siwan Davies, Nicholas J. G. Pearce, Stefan Wastegard
2014 pp.1-5
Quantifying bioturbation of a simulated ash fall event Joe A. Todd, William Austin, Peter Michael Abbott
Geological Society Special Publication 2014 vol.398 pp.195-207
Re-evaluation and extension of the Marine Isotope Stage 5 tephrostratigraphy of the Faroe Islands region P.M. Abbott, William Austin, S.M. Davies, N.J.G. Pearce, T.L. Rasmussen, S. Wastegård, J. Brendryen
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 2014 vol.409 pp.153-168
A multiproxy reconstruction of Hebridean (NW Scotland) spring sea surface temperatures between AD 1805 and 2010 D. J. Reynolds, P. G. Butler, S. M. Williams, J. D. Scourse, C. A. Richardson, A. D. Wanamaker, William Austin, Alix Gayle Cage, M. D. J. Sayer
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 2013 vol.386 pp.275-285
Provenance of North Atlantic ice-rafted debris during the last deglaciation Randall R. Parrish, William Austin, Peter Anthony Cawood, Vincent Rinterknecht
Geology 2013 vol.41 pp.155-158
Reconstructions of surface ocean conditions from the northeast Atlantic and Nordic seas during the last millennium Laura Kay Cunningham, William Austin, Karen Luise Knudsen, Jon Eiriksson, James D. Scourse, Alan D. Wanamaker, Paul G. Butler, Alix Gayle Cage, Thomas Richter, Katrine Husum, Morten Hald, Carin Andersson, Eduardo Zorita, Hans W. Linderholm, Bjoern E. Gunnarson, Marie-Alexandrine Sicre, Hans Petter Sejrup, Hui Jiang, Rob Wilson
The Holocene 2013 vol.23 pp.921-935
The impact of ocean acidification on the functional morphology of foraminifera J A Godbold, William Austin, David Maxwell Paterson
PLoS One 2013 vol.8
In situ cosmogenic exposure ages from the Isle of Skye, northwest Scotland Vincent Rinterknecht, William Austin, Derek Fabel, Maria Miguens-Rodriguez, Sheng Xu
Journal of Quaternary Science 2012 vol.27 pp.150-158
The synchronization of palaeoclimatic events in the North Atlantic region during Greenland Stadial 3 (ca 27.5 to 23.3 kyr b2k) William Austin, Fiona Danielle Hibbert, S. O. Rasmussen, Clare Peters, Peter Michael Abbott, C. L. Bryant
Quaternary Science Reviews 2012 vol.36 pp.154-163
Effects of seawater pH and calcification rate on test Mg/Ca and Sr/Ca in cultured individuals of the benthic, calcitic foraminifera Elphidium williamsoni, Nicola Allison, Heather Austin, William Austin, David Maxwell Paterson
Chemical Geology 2011 vol.289 pp.171-178
Identification of cryptotephra horizons in a North East Atlantic marine record spanning marine isotope stages 4 and 5a (similar to 60,000-82,000 a b2k) Peter Michael Abbott, Siwan M. Davies, William Austin, Nicholas J. G. Pearce, Fiona Danielle Hibbert
Quaternary International 2011 vol.246 pp.177-189
Identification of the Icelandic Landnam tephra (AD 871 +/- 2) in Scottish fjordic sediment Alix Gayle Cage, Siwan M. Davies, Stefan Wastegard, William Austin
Quaternary International 2011 vol.246 pp.168-176
North Atlantic reservoir ages linked to high Younger Dryas atmospheric radiocarbon concentrations William Austin, Richard J. Telford, Ulysses S. Ninnemann, Louise Brown, Lindsay J Wilson, Charlotte L. Bryant
Global and Planetary Change 2011 vol.79 pp.226-233
British Ice Sheet dynamics inferred from North Atlantic ice-rafted debris records spanning the last 175 000 years Fiona Danielle Hibbert, William Austin, Melanie J. Lenc, Robert W. Gatliff
Journal of Quaternary Science 2010 vol.25 pp.461-482
Climate and atmospheric circulation changes over the past 1000 years reconstructed from oxygen isotopes in lake-sediment carbonate from Ireland Jonathan Holmes, Carol Arrowsmith, William Austin, John Boyle, Elizabeth Fisher, Richard Holme, Jim Marshall, Frank Oldfield, Kuno van der Post
The Holocene 2010 vol.20 pp.1105-1111
Culture studies of the benthic foraminifera Elphidium williamsoni: Evaluating pH Delta[CO32-] and inter-individual effects on test Mg/Ca Nicola Allison, William Austin, David Maxwell Paterson,
Chemical Geology 2010 vol.274 pp.87-93
Magnetic characterisation and correlation of a Younger Dryas tephra in North Atlantic marine sediments Clare Peters, William Austin, John Walden, Fiona Danielle Hibbert
Journal of Quaternary Science 2010 vol.25 pp.339-347
Marine climate variability during the last millennium Alix Gayle Cage, William Austin
Quaternary Science Reviews 2010 vol.29 pp.1633-1647
Punctuated eustatic sea-level rise in the early mid-Holocene Michael Ian Bird, William Austin, Christopher Martin Wurster, L. Keith Fifield, Meryem Mojtahid, Chris Sargeant
Geology 2010 vol.38 pp.803-806
Source, timing, frequency and flux of ice-rafted detritus to the Northeast Atlantic margin, 30-12 ka Anna I. Haapaniemi, James D. Scourse, Victoria L. Peck, Hilary Kennedy, Paul Kennedy, Sidney R. Hemming, Mark F. A. Furze, Anna J. Pienkowski, William Austin, John Walden, Ian R. Hall
BOREAS 2010 vol.39 pp.576-591
The potential of Arctica islandica growth records to reconstruct coastal climate in north west Scotland, UK K. J. Stott, William Austin, M. D. J. Sayer, C. R. Weidman, Alix Gayle Cage, Rob Wilson
Quaternary Science Reviews 2010 vol.29 pp.1602-1613
Using seismic facies and pollen analyses to evaluate climatically driven change in a Scottish sea loch (fjord) over the last 20 ka A Baltzer, C. Richard Bates, Z Mokeddem, M Clet-Pellerin, A-V Walter-Simonnet, C Bonnot-Courtois, William Austin
2010 pp.355-369
Growth, dynamics and deglaciation of the last British-Irish ice sheet James D. Scourse, Anna I. Haapaniemi, Elena Colmenero-Hidalgo, Victoria L. Peck, Ian R. Hall, William Austin, Paul C. Knutz, Rainer Zahn
Quaternary Science Reviews 2009 vol.28 pp.3066-3084
The age and stratigraphic context of the Easington Raised Beach, County Durham, UK Bethan J. Davies, David R. Bridgland, David H. Roberts, Colm O. Cofaigh, Stephen M. Pawley, Ian Candy, Beatrice Demarchi, Kirsty E. H. Penkman, William Austin
Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 2009 vol.120 pp.183-198
An oceanic origin for the increase of atmospheric radiocarbon during the Younger Dryas Joy S. Singarayer, David A. Richards, Andy Ridgwell, Paul J. Valdes, William Austin, J. Warren Beck
Geophysical Research Letters 2008 vol.35
Centennial-scale evolution of Dansgaard-Oeschger events in the northeast Atlantic Ocean between 39.5 and 56.5 ka B.P. Alexander J. Dickson, William Austin, Ian R. Hall, Mark A. Maslin, Michal Kucera
Paleoceanography 2008 vol.23
Magnetic signature of European margin sediments Clare Peters, John Walden, William Austin
Journal of Geophysical Research - Earth Surface 2008 vol.113
Serial Mg/Ca and Sr/Ca chronologies across single benthic foraminifera tests Nicola Allison, William Austin
Chemical Geology 2008 vol.253 pp.83-88

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