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Professor Darrel Maddy
Dr Ian Boomer
Dr Chris Stemerdink
Early Pleistocene River Terraces of the Gediz River, Turkey: The role of faulting, fracturing, volcanism and travertines in their genesis2020
Professor Darrel Maddy
New approaches to field-model data comparison: Numerical modelling of the last glacial cycle in the Welland catchment, England2018
Professor Darrel Maddy
The Fluvial Archives Group: 20 years of research connecting fluvial geomorphology and palaeoenvironments2017
Professor Darrel Maddy
Dr Chris Stemerdink
Dr Tim van der Schriek
The Gediz River fluvial archive: A benchmark for Quaternary research in Western Anatolia2017
Professor Darrel Maddy
Two decades of numerical modelling to understand long term fluvial archives: Advances and future perspectives2017
Professor Darrel Maddy
Catchment response to lava damming: integrating field observation, geochronology and landscape evolution modelling2016
Professor Darrel Maddy
Dr Chris Stemerdink
Dr Tim van der Schriek
Reconstructing Early Pleistocene (1.3 Ma) terrestrial environmental change in western Anatolia: Did it drive fluvial terrace formation?2015
Professor Darrel Maddy
Dr Chris Stemerdink
Dr Tim van der Schriek
The earliest securely-dated hominin artefact in Anatolia?2015
Professor Darrel Maddy
Fluvial response to Holocene volcanic damming and breaching in the Gediz and Geren rivers, western Turkey2013
Professor Darrel Maddy
Quaternary environments in the upper catchment of the Kura river, northeastern Turkey: a context for early hominin occupation and migration2013
Dr Stephen McGough
Professor Darrel Maddy
Massively parallel landscape-evolution modelling using general purpose graphical processing units2012
Professor Darrel Maddy
Dr Chris Stemerdink
Dr Tim van der Schriek
The obliquity-controlled early pleistocene terrace sequence of the Gediz River, western Turkey: a revised correlation and chronology2012
Professor Darrel Maddy
Volcanic disruption and drainage diversion of the palaeo-Hudut River, a tributary of the Early Pleistocene Gediz River, Western Turkey2012
Chris Meikle
Professor Darrel Maddy
Field mapping and GIS visualisation of Quaternary river terrace landforms: an example from the Rio Almanzora, SE Spain2010
Dr Chris Stemerdink
Professor Darrel Maddy
The construction of a palaeodischarge time series for use in a study of fluvial system development of the Middle to Late Pleistocene Upper Thames2010
Kirsty Penkman
Professor Darrel Maddy
Dr Matthew Collins
Closed-system behaviour of the intra-crystalline fraction of amino acids in mollusc shells2008
Professor Darrel Maddy
Dr Chris Stemerdink
Dr Tim van der Schriek
The Early Pleistocene development of the Gediz River, Western Turkey: An uplift-driven, climate-controlled system?2008
Professor Darrel Maddy
Luminescence dating of mid- to Late Wisconsinan aeolian sand as a constraint on the last advance of the Laurentide Ice Sheet across the Tuktoyaktuk Coastlands, western Arctic Canada2007
Professor Darrel Maddy
Dr Emma Pearson
Reconstructing Early Pleistocene environments in the Gediz river valley2007
Kirsty Penkman
Professor Darrel Maddy
Dr Matthew Collins
Testing the aminostratigraphy of fluvial archives: the evidence from intra-crystalline proteins within freshwater shells2007
Professor Darrel Maddy
Dr Chris Stemerdink
Dr Tim van der Schriek
The Pliocene initiation and Early Pleistocene volcanic disruption of the palaeo-Gediz fluvial system, Western Turkey2007
Professor Darrel Maddy
Dr Karen Scott
Pleistocene fluvial sediments, palaeontology and archaeology of the upper River Thames at Latton, Wiltshire, England2006
Professor Darrel Maddy
Dr Chris Stemerdink
Dr Tim van der Schriek
Dr Rob Westaway
An obliquity-controlled Early Pleistocene river terrace record from Western Turkey?2005
Professor Darrel Maddy
Climate history of Anatolia and the Black Sea: Early Pleistocene environments in the Gediz river valley.2005
Professor Darrel Maddy
Glaciation and the Pleistocene development of the Lower River Severn, UK2005
Professor Darrel Maddy
Quaternary land-ocean correlation: A tribute to Professor David Q. Bowen2005
Professor Darrel Maddy
Late Holocene climatic history of northern Germany and Denmark: Peat macrofossil investigations at Dosenmoor, Schleswig-Holstein, and Svanemose, Jutland2004
Professor Darrel Maddy
Molecular and isotopic stratigraphy in an ombrotrophic mire for paleoclimate reconstruction2004
Professor Darrel Maddy
Pliocene and Quaternary regional uplift in western Turkey: The Gediz River terrace staircase and the volcanism at Kula2004
Professor Darrel Maddy
River terrace sequences: Templates for Quaternary geochronology and marine-terrestrial correlation2004
Professor Darrel Maddy
The Thames Valley Sediment Conveyor: Fluvial system development over the last two interglacial-glacial cycles2004
Professor Darrel Maddy
Dr David Passmore
Fluvial Morphology and Sediments: archives of past fluvial system response to global change.2003
Professor Darrel Maddy
Holocene palaeoclimates from peat stratigraphy: Macrofossil proxy climate records from three oceanic raised bogs in England and Ireland2003
Professor Darrel Maddy
Pliocene and Quaternary surface uplift of western Turkey revealed by long-term river terrace sequences2003
Professor Darrel Maddy
5-n-Alkylresorcinols as biomarkers of sedges in an ombrotrophic peat section2002
Professor Darrel Maddy
An evaluation of climate, crustal movement and base level controls on the Middle-Late Pleistocene developmet of the River Severn, UK2002
Professor Darrel Maddy
Flow in the lower continental crust as a mechanism for the Quaternary uplift of southeast England.2002
Professor Darrel Maddy
Flow in the lower continental crust as a mechanism for the quaternary uplift of south-east England: Constraints from the Thames terrace record2002
Professor Darrel Maddy
Global correlation of Late Cenozoic fluvial deposits2002
Professor Darrel Maddy
Global correlation of long quaternary fluvial sequeces: A review of baseline knowledge and possible methods and criteria for establishing a database2002
Professor Darrel Maddy
Fluvial archives of environmental change.2001
Professor Darrel Maddy
Fluvial response to rapid environmental change: a case study from Ashton Keynes, Upper Thames valley, UK2001
Professor Darrel Maddy
Palaeoclimate records in compound-specific delta D values of lipid biomarkers in ombrotrophic peat.2001
Professor Darrel Maddy
River Basin Sediment Systems: Archives of Environmental Change2001
Professor Darrel Maddy
The fluvial system response to abrupt climate change during the last cold stage: The Upper Pleistocene River Thames fluvial succession at Ashton Keynes, UK2001
Professor Darrel Maddy
The response of river systems to climate change2001
Professor Darrel Maddy
Uplift-driven incision and climate-controlled river terrace development in the Thames Valley, UK2001
Professor Darrel Maddy
Accelerated uplift resulting from Anglian glacioisostatic rebound in the Middle Thames Valley, UK?: Evidence from the river terrace record2000
Professor Darrel Maddy
Crustal uplift in southern England: Evidence from the river terrace records2000
Professor Darrel Maddy
Lipid biomarkers in Ombrotrophic Mires as Proxy Climate Indicators2000
Professor Darrel Maddy
n-Alkane distributions in ombrotrophic mires as indicators of vegetation change related to climatic variation2000
Professor Darrel Maddy
Palaeoclimate records in compound-specific δD values of a lipid biomarker in ombrotrophic peat2000
Professor Darrel Maddy
Professor Tony Stevenson
Replicated proxy-climate signals over the last 2000 yr from two distant UK peat bogs: New evidence for regional palaeoclimate teleconnections2000
Professor Darrel Maddy
The significance of fluvial archives in geomorphology2000
Professor Darrel Maddy
English Midlands1999
Professor Darrel Maddy
Fluvial Environment : Case Study1999
Professor Darrel Maddy
Pleistocene palaeomeanders of the River Avon, Warwickshire1999
Professor Darrel Maddy
Proxy records of climate change in the UK over the last two millennia: documented change and sedimentary records from lakes and bogs1999
Professor Darrel Maddy
Reconstructing the Baginton River Basin and its implications for the early development of the River Thames drainage system.1999
Professor Darrel Maddy
Reply: Can river terrace flights be used to quantify Quaternary tectonic uplift rates?1998
Professor Darrel Maddy
The Upper Pleistocene deposits at Cassington, near Oxford, England1998
Professor Darrel Maddy
Midlands drainage development1997
Professor Darrel Maddy
Uplift-driven valley incision and river terrace formation in southern England1997