I am a lecturer in Quaternary Sciences. My main research interest is in Late Quaternary palaeoclimate, and particularly links between the ocean, atmosphere and biosphere. I am working with a multi-proxy approach, including pollen analysis, biomarker and isotope geochemistry, on peat and sediment sequences from a wide geographic range, including samples from Tierra del Fuego, South Atlantic islands and Wales.
Retrieved from Lund University's publications database
- Late Holocene environmental history on Tristan da Cunha, South Atlantic, based on diatom floristic changes and geochemistry in sediments of a volcanic crater lake
- Multi-proxy analyses of a peat bog on Isla de los Estados, easternmost Tierra del Fuego: a unique record of the variable Southern Hemisphere Westerlies since the last deglaciation
- A Holocene peat record in the central South Atlantic: an archive of precipitation changes
- A pollen record of the last 450 years from a lowland peat bog on Tristan da Cunha, South Atlantic, implying early anthropogenic influence
- Possible Late Pleistocene volcanic activity on Nightingale Island, South Atlantic Ocean, based on geoelectrical resistivity measurements, sediment corings and (14)C dating
- Holocene climate and environmental dynamics on the Tristan da Cunha island group, South Atlantic
- Holocene climate and vegetation dynamics on Nightingale Island, South Atlantic – an apparent interglacial bipolar seesaw in action?
- Isla de los Estados – Quaternary geology and palaeoclimatology at the end of the world
- Variable Be-10 fluxes in lacustrine sediments from Tristan da Cunha, South Atlantic: a solar record?