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Prof Bill Austin

Prof Bill Austin
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9 (of 9 published available) for wena with keyword Foraminifera clear keyword filter. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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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
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
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 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
The impact of ocean acidification on the functional morphology of foraminifera J A Godbold, William Austin, David Maxwell Paterson
PLoS One 2013 vol.8

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