Journal Articles

  1. & Tracing marine cryptotephras in the North Atlantic during the last glacial period: Protocols for identification, characterisation and evaluating depositional controls. Marine Geology 401, 81-97.
  2. & Tracing marine cryptotephras in the North Atlantic during the last glacial period: Improving the North Atlantic marine tephrostratigraphic framework. Quaternary Science Reviews 189, 169-186.
  3. & Climate and environment in southwest Sweden 15.5-11.3 cal. ka BP. Boreas
  4. & First identification and characterization of Borrobol-type tephra in the Greenland ice cores: new deposits and improved age estimates. Journal of Quaternary Science 33(2), 212-224.
  5. & Identification of the Askja-S Tephra in a rare turlough record from Pant-y-Llyn, south Wales. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 128(4), 523-530.
  6. et. al. Antarctic ice sheet discharge driven by atmosphere-ocean feedbacks at the Last Glacial Termination. Scientific Reports 7, 39979
  7. & Phantom creation and analysis: Improving X-Ray microtomography scanning of soft sediment cores containing volcanic ash. Journal of Physics: Conference Series 849, 012012
  8. & New age constraints for the limit of the British-Irish Ice Sheet on the Isles of Scilly. Journal of Quaternary Science 32(1), 48-62.
  9. & The Lateglacial to early Holocene tephrochronological record from Lake Hämelsee, Germany: a key site within the European tephra framework. Boreas
  10. & Underestimated risks of recurrent long-range ash dispersal from northern Pacific Arc volcanoes. Scientific Reports 6, 29837
  11. & Extracting a primary Holocene crytoptephra record from Pupuke maar sediments, Auckland, New Zealand. Journal of Quaternary Science 31(5), 442-457.
  12. & Climatic variability during the last millennium in Western Iceland from lake sediment records. The Holocene 26(5), 756-771.
  13. & Last glacial period cryptotephra deposits in an eastern North Atlantic marine sequence: Exploring linkages to the Greenland ice-cores. Quaternary Geochronology 31, 62-76.
  14. & Caution in cryptotephra correlation: resolving Lateglacial chemical controversies at Sluggan Bog, Northern Ireland. Journal of Quaternary Science 31(4), 406-415.
  15. & Tephra without Borders: Far-Reaching Clues into Past Explosive Eruptions. Frontiers in Earth Science 3
  16. & Visualizing tephra deposits and sedimentary processes in the marine environment: The potential of X-ray microtomography. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, n/a-n/a.
  17. Cryptotephras: the revolution in correlation and precision dating. Journal of Quaternary Science 30(2), 114-130.
  18. & A tephra lattice for Greenland and a reconstruction of volcanic events spanning 25–45 ka b2k. Quaternary Science Reviews 118, 122-141.
  19. Austin, William E. N., Abbott, Peter M., Davies, Siwan, Pearce, Nicholas J. G., Wastegard, Stefan, Austin, WEN, Abbott, PM, Davies, SM, Pearce, NJG, Wastegard, S Marine tephrochronology: an introduction to tracing time in the ocean. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 398(1), 1-5.
  20. Blockley, Simon P. E., Bourne, Anna J., Brauer, Achim, Davies, Siwan M., Hardiman, Mark, Harding, Poppy R., Lane, Christine S., MacLeod, Alison, Matthews, Ian P., Pyne-O'Donnell, Sean D. F., Rasmussen, Sune O., Wulf, Sabine, Zanchetta, Giovanni Tephrochronology and the extended intimate (integration of ice-core, marine and terrestrial records) event stratigraphy 8–128 ka b2k. Quaternary Science Reviews 106, 88-100.
  21. et. al. Consistently dated records from the Greenland GRIP, GISP2 and NGRIP ice cores for the past 104 ka reveal regional millennial-scale δ18O gradients with possible Heinrich event imprint. Quaternary Science Reviews 106, 29-46.
  22. & Optimising the use of marine tephrochronology in the North Atlantic: a detailed investigation of the Faroe Marine Ash Zones II, III and IV. Quaternary Science Reviews 106, 122-139.
  23. & A North Atlantic tephrostratigraphical framework for 130–60 ka b2k: new tephra discoveries, marine-based correlations, and future challenges. Quaternary Science Reviews 106, 101-121.
  24. & Re-evaluation and extension of the Marine Isotope Stage 5 tephrostratigraphy of the Faroe Islands region: The cryptotephra record. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 409, 153-168.
  25. Rasmussen, S. O., Abbott, P. M., Blunier, T., Bourne, A. J., Brook, E., Buchardt, S. L., Buizert, C., Chappellaz, J., Clausen, H. B., Cook, E., Dahl-Jensen, D., Davies, S. M., Guillevic, M., Kipfstuhl, S., Laepple, T., Seierstad, I. K., Severinghaus, J. P., Steffensen, J. P., Stowasser, C., Svensson, A., Vallelonga, P., Vinther, B. M., Wilhelms, F., Winstrup, M. A first chronology for the North Greenland Eemian Ice Drilling (NEEM) ice core. Climate of the Past 9(6), 2713-2730.
  26. & Revisiting the Faroe Marine Ash Zone III in two Greenland ice cores: implications for marine-ice correlations. Journal of Quaternary Science 28(7), 641-646.
  27. & Cryptotephrochronology of the Eemian and the last interglacial-glacial transition in the North East Atlantic. Journal of Quaternary Science 28(5), 501-514.
  28. Eemian interglacial reconstructed from a Greenland folded ice core. Nature 493(7433), 489-494.
  29. & Integrating the INTIMATE records using tephrochronology: rising to the challenge. Quaternary Science Reviews 36, 11-27.
  30. & Volcanism and the Greenland ice-cores: the tephra record. Earth-Science Reviews 115(3), 173-191.
  31. & A detailed framework of Marine Isotope Stages 4 and 5 volcanic events recorded in two Greenland ice-cores. Quaternary Science Reviews 36, 59-77.
  32. & Lateglacial and early Holocene palaeoenvironmental ‘events’ in Sluggan Bog, Northern Ireland: comparisons with the Greenland NGRIP GICC05 event stratigraphy. Quaternary Science Reviews 36, 124-138.
  33. & Identification of cryptotephra horizons in a North East Atlantic marine record spanning marine isotope stages 4 and 5a (∼60,000–82,000 a b2k). Quaternary International 246(1-2), 177-189.
  34. & Identification of the Icelandic Landnám tephra (AD 871 ± 2) in Scottish fjordic sediment. Quaternary International 246(1-2), 168-176.
  35. & Enhancing tephrochronology and its application (INTREPID project): Hiroshi Machida commemorative volume. Quaternary International 246(1-2)-5.
  36. & Tracing volcanic events in the NGRIP ice-core and synchronising North Atlantic marine records during the last glacial period. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 294(1-2), 69-79.
  37. & Widespread dispersal of Icelandic tephra: how does the Eyjafjöll eruption of 2010 compare to past Icelandic events?. Journal of Quaternary Science 25(5), 605-611.
  38. & Testing the reliability of the JEOL FEGSEM 6500F electron microprobe for quantitative major element analysis of glass shards from rhyolitic tephra. Boreas 39(1), 163-169.
  39. & An overview of distal tephrochronology in northern Europe during the last 1000 years. Journal of Quaternary Science 24(5), 500-512.
  40. & Rapid ecosystem response to abrupt climate changes during the last glacial period in western Europe, 40–16 ka. Geology 36(5), 407
  41. & Identification of the Fugloyarbanki tephra in the NGRIP ice core: a key tie‐point for marine and ice‐core sequences during the last glacial period. Journal of Quaternary Science 23(5), 409-414.
  42. & A 60 000 year Greenland stratigraphic ice core chronology. Climate of the Past 4(1), 47-57.
  43. & Age, origin and significance of a new middle MIS 3 tephra horizon identified within a long-core sequence from Les Echets, France. Boreas 37(3), 434-443.
  44. & Cryptotephra sedimentation processes within two lacustrine sequences from west central Sweden. The Holocene 17(3)-330.
  45. & The lithostratigraphy of the Les Echets basin, France: tentative correlation between cores. Boreas 36(3)-340.
  46. & The Greenland Ice Core Chronology 2005, 15–42ka. Part 2: comparison to other records. Quaternary Science Reviews 25(23-24), 3258-3267.
  47. & North European last glacial–interglacial transition (LGIT; 15–9 ka) tephrochronology: extended limits and new events. Journal of Quaternary Science 21(4), 335-345.
  48. & Constraining the age of Lateglacial and early Holocene pollen zones and tephra horizons in southern Sweden with Bayesian probability methods. Journal of Quaternary Science 21(4), 321-334.
  49. & Detection of Lateglacial distal tephra layers in the Netherlands. Boreas 34(2), 123-135.
  50. & A coherent high-precision radiocarbon chronology for the Late-glacial sequence at Sluggan Bog, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland. Journal of Quaternary Science 19(2)-158.
  51. Were there two Borrobol Tephras during the early Lateglacial period: implications for tephrochronology?. Quaternary Science Reviews 23(5-6), 581-589.
  52. & Tephrochronology of last termination sequences in Europe: a protocol for improved analytical precision and robust correlation procedures(a joint SCOTAV–INTIMATE proposal). Journal of Quaternary Science 19(2)-120.
  53. & Extending the limits of the Borrobol Tephra to Scandinavia and detection of new early Holocene tephras. Quaternary Research 59(3), 345
  54. & The use of magnetic separation techniques to detect basaltic microtephra in last glacial-interglacial transition (LGIT; 15-10 ka cal. BP) sediment sequences in Scotland. SCOTTISH JOURNAL OF GEOLOGY 38, 21-30.
  55. & Towards a European tephrochronological framework for Termination 1 and the Early Holocene. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 360(1793), 767-802.
  56. & Identification and significance of a visible, basalt-rich Vedde Ash layer in a Late-glacial sequence on the Isle of Skye, Inner Hebrides, Scotland. Journal of Quaternary Science 16(2), 99-104.