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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    11 September 2020An astronomically dated record of Earth’s climate and its predictability over the last 66 million years  Westerhold, T; Marwan, N; Drury, AJ; et al.
    9 June 2017The breakdown of static and evolutionary allometries during climatic upheaval  Brombacher, A; Wilson, PA; Bailey, I; et al.
    2 June 2021The Dynamics of Diachronous Extinction Associated with Climatic Deterioration near the Neogene/Quaternary Boundary  Brombacher, A; Wilson, PA; Bailey, I; et al.
    26 September 2016Geochemical response of the mid-depth Northeast Atlantic Ocean to freshwater input during Heinrich events 1 to 4  Crocker, AJ; Chalk, TB; Bailey, I; et al.
    5 May 2021The imprint of dust from the North American Southwest on the California Channel Islands and Pacific Ocean sediments  Jardine, GE; Crocker, AJ; Bailey, I; et al.
    4 April 2016Incursions of southern-sourced water into the deep North Atlantic during Late Pliocene glacial intensification  Lang, DC; Bailey, I; Wilson, PA; et al.
    25 May 2022Laurentide Ice Sheet extent over the last 130 thousand years traced by the Pb isotope signature of weathering inputs to the Labrador Sea  Parker, RL; Foster, GL; Gutjahr, M; et al.
    29 September 2018North Atlantic mid-latitude surface-circulation changes through the Plio-Pleistocene intensification of northern hemisphere glaciation  Bolton, CT; Bailey, I; Friedrich, O; et al.
    2 November 2020On climate and abyssal circulation in the Atlantic Ocean during late Pliocene marine isotope stage M2, ~3.3 million years ago  Kirby, N; Bailey, I; Lang, DC; et al.
    11 October 2014Response to “Comment to “The transition on North America from the warm humid Pliocene to the glaciated Quaternary traced by eolian dust deposition at a benchmark North Atlantic Ocean drill site, by David Lang et al. Quaternary Science Reviews 93: 125-141””  Lang, DC; Bailey, I; Wilson, PA; et al.
    18 July 2018Temperature is a poor proxy for synergistic climate forcing of plankton evolution  Brombacher, A; Wilson, PA; Bailey, I; et al.