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Dr Maarten van Hardenbroek van Ammerstol
Dr Helen Mackay
Professor Andrew Henderson
New integrated molecular approaches for understanding lake settlements in NW Europe2022
Sonja Felder
Professor Andrew Henderson
Palaeoceanography of the Japan Sea across the mid-Pleistocene Transition: insights from IODP Exp. 346, Site U14272022
Ethan Lee
Dr Neil Ross
Professor Andrew Henderson
Professor Andrew Russell
Palaeoglaciation in the low latitude, low elevation tropical Andes, northern Peru2022
Professor Andrew Henderson
Reconstructing postglacial hydrologic and environmental change in the eastern Kenai Peninsula lowlands using proxy data and mass balance modeling2022
Dr Maarten van Hardenbroek van Ammerstol
Dr Helen Mackay
Professor Andrew Henderson
Ancient DNA, lipid biomarkers and palaeoecological evidence reveals construction and life on early medieval lake settlements2021
Professor Andrew Henderson
Dr Richard Walton
The Indian Sundarbans: biogeochemical dynamics and anthropogenic impacts 2021
Professor Andrew Henderson
Professor Andy Large
Dr Christopher Hackney
Tropical Asian mega-delta ponds: Important and threatened socio-ecological systems2021
Professor Andrew Henderson
Dr Helen Mackay
Vulnerability of the North Water ecosystem to climate change2021
Dr Helen Mackay
Professor Andrew Henderson
Characterising life in settlements and structures: incorporating faecal biomarkers within a multiproxy case study of a wetland village2020
Professor Andrew Henderson
Coupled impacts of sea ice variability and North Pacific atmospheric circulation on Holocene hydroclimate in Arctic Alaska2020
Professor Andrew Henderson
Dr Helen Mackay
Dr Emma Pearson
Human settlement of East Polynesia earlier, incremental, and coincident with prolonged South Pacific drought2020
Professor Andrew Henderson
Multi-proxy evidence for millennial-scale changes in North Pacific Holocene hydroclimate from the Kenai Peninsula lowlands, south-central Alaska2020
Professor Andrew Henderson
C mobilisation in disturbed tropical peat swamps: old DOC can fuel the fluvial efflux of old carbon dioxide, but site recovery can occur2019
Professor Andrew Henderson
Holocene El Niño-Southern Oscillation variability reflected in subtropical Australian precipitation2019
Professor Andrew Henderson
ICDP workshop on scientific drilling of Nam Co on the Tibetan Plateau: 1 million years of paleoenvironmental history, geomicrobiology, tectonics and paleomagnetism derived from sediments of a high-altitude lake2019
Professor Andrew Henderson
Dr Helen Mackay
Nasty, Brutish and Short? The life cycle of an Iron Age roundhouse at Black Loch of Myrton, SW Scotland2019
Professor Andrew Henderson
Variation in leaf wax n-alkane characteristics with climate in the broad-leaved paperbark (Melaleuca quinquenervia)2019
Professor Andrew Henderson
East Asian monsoon history and pale oceanography of the Japan Sea over the last 460,000 years2018
Professor Andrew Henderson
Genomic identification of the long-chain alkenone producer in freshwater Lake Toyoni, Japan: implications for temperature reconstructions2018
Professor Andrew Henderson
High-resolution and high-precision correlation of dark and light layers in the Quaternary hemipelagic sediments of the Japan Sea recovered during IODP Expedition 3462018
Hannah Bailey
Professor Andrew Henderson
Holocene atmospheric circulation in the central North Pacific: A new terrestrial diatom and δ18O dataset from the Aleutian Islands2018
Professor Andrew Henderson
Holocene carbon accumulation in the peatlands of northern Scotland2018
Dr Maarten van Hardenbroek van Ammerstol
Professor Andrew Henderson
The stable isotope composition of organic and inorganic fossils in lake sediment records: Current understanding, challenges, and future directions2018
Professor Andrew Henderson
Using correlated tephras to refine radiocarbon-based age models, upper and lower Whitshed Lakes, south-central Alaska2018
Professor Andrew Henderson
Paleolimnological features of a mega-lake phase in the Makgadikgadi Basin (Kalahari, Botswana) during Marine Isotope Stage 5 inferred from diatoms2017
Professor Andrew Henderson
Carbon isotope discrimination in leaves of the broad-leaved paperbark tree, Melaleuca quinquenervia, as a tool for quantifying past tropical and subtropical rainfall2016
Professor Andrew Henderson
Developing inorganic carbon-based radiocarbon chronologies for Holocene lake sediments in arid NW China2016
Professor Andrew Henderson
Hannah Bailey
Holocene climate changes in eastern Beringia (NW North America) – A systematic review of multi-proxy evidence2015
Hannah Bailey
Professor Andrew Henderson
Synoptic-scale controls on the δ180 in precipitation across Beringia2015
Professor Andrew Henderson
Abrupt deglaciation on the northeastern Tibetan Plateau: evidence from Lake Qinghai2014
Professor Andrew Henderson
Dynamics of a Kalahari long-lived mega-lake system: hydromorphological and limnological changes in the Makgadikgadi Basin (Botswana) during the terminal 50 ka2014
Hannah Bailey
Professor Andrew Henderson
The effect of species on lacustrine δ18Odiatom and its implications for palaeoenvironmental reconstructions2014
Professor Andrew Henderson
Recent advances in isotopes as palaeolimnological proxies2013
Professor Andrew Henderson
Abrupt Holocene climate change and anti-phased response to solar forcing in western Canada2011
Professor Andrew Henderson
Is the maximum carbon number of long-chain n-alkanes an indicator of grassland or forest? Evidence from surface soils and modern plants2011
Professor Andrew Henderson
Late Holocene isotope hydrology of Lake Qinghai, NE Tibetan Plateau: effective moisture variability and atmospheric circulation changes2010
Professor Andrew Henderson
Compound specific δD of long-chain n-alkanes derived from terrestrial higher plants are indicative of the δD of meteoric waters: Evidence from surface soils in eastern China2009
Professor Andrew Henderson
Palaeolimnological evidence for environmental change over the past millennium from Lake Qinghai sediments: a review and future research prospective2009
Professor Andrew Henderson
Regional moisture source changes inferred from late Holocene stable isotope records2008
Professor Andrew Henderson
Late Cenozoic climate changes in China’s western interior: A review of research on Lake Qinghai and comparison with other records2007
Professor Andrew Henderson
Alkenone-based reconstruction of late Holocene surface temperature and salinity changes in Lake Qinghai, China2006
Professor Andrew Henderson
TBT causes ecosystem collapse in freshwater lakes2006
Professor Andrew Henderson
A carbon- and oxygen-isotope record of recent environmental change from Qinghai Lake, NE Tibetan Plateau2003
Professor Andrew Henderson
High-resolution precipitation variations in the Northeast Tibetan Plateau over the last 800 years documented by sediment cores from Qinghai Lake2003