Below you’ll find a list of scientific journal articles associated with our project. If you click on the publication title you will be redirected to the journal’s page.
- Xu, W; MacNiocaill, C; Ruhl, M; Jenkyns, C; Riding, JB; Hesselbo, SP; (2018). Magnetostratigraphy of the Toarcian Stage (Lower Jurassic) of the Llanbedr (MochrasFarm)Borehole,Wales: basis for a global standard and implications for volcanic forcing of palaeoenvironmental change. Journal of the Geological Society of London.
- Xu, W; Ruhl, M; Jenkyns, HC; Leng, MJ; Huggett, JM; Minisini, D; Ullmann, CV; Riding, JB; Weijers, JWH; Storm, MS; Percival, LME; Tosca, NJ; Idiz, EF; Tegelaar, EW; Hesselbo, SP; (2018). Evolution of the Toarcian (Early Jurassic) carbon-cycle and global climatic controls on local sedimentary processes (Cardigan Bay Basin, UK). Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol 484, p. 396-411.
- Baker, SJ; Hesselbo, SP; Lenton, TM; Duarte, LV; Belcher, CM; (2017). Charcoal evidence that rising atmospheric oxygen terminated Early Jurassic ocean anoxia. Nature Communications, Vol 8.
- Lenton, TM; Pogge von Strandmann, PAE; Desrochers, A; Murphy, MJ; Finlay, AJ; Selby, D; (2017). Global climate stabilisation by chemical weathering during the Hirnantian glaciation. Geochemical Perspectives, Vol 3, p. 230-237.
- Ruhl, M; Hesselbo, SP; Hinnov, L; Jenkyns, HC; Xu, W; Riding, JB; Storm, M; Minisini, D; Ullmann, CV; Leng, M; (2016). Astronomical constraints on the duration of the Early Jurassic Pliensbachian Stage and global climatic fluctuations. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol 455, p. 149-165.
- Percival, LME; Cohen, AS; Davies, MK; Dickson, AJ; Hesselbo, SP; Jenkyns, HC; Leng, MJ; Mather, TA; Storm, MS; Xu, W; (2016). Osmium isotope evidence for two pulses of increased continental weathering linked to Early Jurassic volcanism and climate change. Geology, Vol 44, p. 759-762.
- Percival, LME; Witt, MLI; Mather, TA; Hermoso, M; Jenkyns, HC; Hesselbo, SP; Al-Suwaidi, AH; Storm, MS; Xu, W; Ruhl, M; (2015). Globally enhanced mercury deposition during the end-Pliensbachian extinction and Toarcian OAE: A link to the Karoo-Ferrar Large Igneous Province. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol 428, p. 267-280.