Dr Giles Young
Research Officer
Geography
Telephone: (01792) 602835
Room: Staff Office - 022
Ground Floor
Margam Building
Singleton Campus

Publications

  1. et. al. Tree rings reveal globally coherent signature of cosmogenic radiocarbon events in 774 and 993 CE. Nature Communications 9(1)
  2. & North Atlantic summer storm tracks over Europe dominated by internal variability over the past millennium. Nature Geoscience 9(8), 630-635.
  3. A simple stable carbon-isotope method for investigating changes in the use of recent versus old carbon in oak. Tree Physiology
  4. & Measuring the skill of variance-scaled climate reconstructions and a test for the capture of extremes. The Holocene 25(4), 618-626.
  5. & Oxygen stable isotope ratios from British oak tree-rings provide a strong and consistent record of past changes in summer rainfall. Climate Dynamics 45(11-12), 3609-3622.

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Teaching

  • GEG358 Climate of the last 1000 years

    The aim of this module is to provide the participants with the relevant skills to place the widely reported anthropogenic influences upon climate into the perspective of a naturally changing climatic system. The module focuses upon the techniques used to reconstruct changes in climate over the last 1000 years and presents reconstructions at differing temporal scales. The module is directed towards students with a basic scientific and mathematical background.

Supervision

  • IDENTIFYING PREDISPOSING FACTORS TO OAK DECLINE DISEASE IN THE UK«br /»«br /» Physical Geography«br /»«br /» (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Mary Gagen