Publications by: Christopher Fogwill

Also publishes as (Christopher J. Fogwill)

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Turney, Chris S. M., Fogwill, Christopher J., Golledge, Nicholas R., Mckay, Nicholas P., van Sebille, Erik, Jones, Richard T., Etheridge, David, Rubino, Mauro, Thornton, David P., Davies, Siwan M., Ramsey, Christopher Bronk, Thomas, Zoë A., Bird, Michael I., Munksgaard, Niels C., Kohno, Mika, Woodward, John, Winter, Kate, Weyrich, Laura S., Rootes, Camilla M., Millman, Helen, Albert, Paul G., Rivera, Andres, van Ommen, Tas, Curran, Mark, Moy, Andrew, Rahmstorf, Stefan, Kawamura, Kenji, Hillenbrand, Claus-Dieter, Weber, Michael E., Manning, Christina J., Young, Jennifer, and Cooper, Alan (2020) Early Last Interglacial ocean warming drove substantial ice mass loss from Antarctica. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 117 (8). pp. 3996-4006.

Thomas, Zoe A., Jones, Richard T., Turney, Chris S. M., Golledge, Nicholas, Fogwill, Christopher, Bradshaw, Corey J. A., Menviel, Laurie, McKay, Nicholas P., Bird, Michael, Palmer, Jonathan, Kershaw, Peter, Wilmshurst, Janet, and Muscheler, Raimund (2020) Tipping elements and amplified polar warming during the Last Interglacial. Quaternary Science Reviews, 233. 106222.

Dougherty, Amy J., Thomas, Zoë A., Fogwill, Christopher, Hogg, Alan, Palmer, Jonathan, Rainsley, Eleanor, Williams, Alan N., Ulm, Sean, Rogers, Kerrylee, Jones, Brian G., and Turney, Chris (2019) Redating the earliest evidence of the mid-Holocene relative sea-level highstand in Australia and implications for global sea-level rise. PLoS ONE, 14 (7). e0218430.

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