Professor Peter Guy Langdon
Professor Peter Guy Langdon
Professor of Quaternary Science, Geography & Environment, University of Southampton
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The identification and use of Palaearctic Chironomidae larvae in palaeoecology
SJ Brooks, PG Langdon, O Heiri
Quaternary Research Association, 2007
Flickering gives early warning signals of a critical transition to a eutrophic lake state
R Wang, JA Dearing, PG Langdon, E Zhang, X Yang, V Dakos, M Scheffer
Nature 492 (7429), 419-422, 2012
Safe and just operating spaces for regional social-ecological systems
JA Dearing, R Wang, K Zhang, JG Dyke, H Haberl, MS Hossain, ...
Global Environmental Change 28, 227-238, 2014
Mire-development pathways and palaeoclimatic records from a full Holocene peat archive at Walton Moss, Cumbria, England
PDM Hughes, D Mauquoy, KE Barber, PG Langdon
The Holocene 10 (4), 465-479, 2000
Compilation of non-annually resolved Holocene proxy climate records: stacked Holocene peatland palaeo-water table reconstructions from northern Britain
DJ Charman, A Blundell, RC Chiverrell, D Hendon, PG Langdon
Quaternary Science Reviews 25 (3-4), 336-350, 2006
A 7500-year peat-based palaeoclimatic reconstruction and evidence for an 1100-year cyclicity in bog surface wetness from Temple Hill Moss, Pentland Hills, southeast Scotland
PG Langdon, KE Barber, PDM Hughes
Quaternary science reviews 22 (2-4), 259-274, 2003
Climate drivers for peatland palaeoclimate records
DJ Charman, KE Barber, M Blaauw, PG Langdon, D Mauquoy, TJ Daley, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 28 (19-20), 1811-1819, 2009
Extending the timescale and range of ecosystem services through paleoenvironmental analyses, exemplified in the lower Yangtze basin
JA Dearing, X Yang, X Dong, E Zhang, X Chen, PG Langdon, K Zhang, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (18), E1111-E1120, 2012
Assessing lake eutrophication using chironomids: understanding the nature of community response in different lake types
PG Langdon, ZOE Ruiz, KP Brodersen, IDL Foster
Freshwater biology 51 (3), 562-577, 2006
Combining contemporary ecology and palaeolimnology to understand shallow lake ecosystem change
CD Sayer, TA Davidson, JI Jones, PG Langdon
Freshwater Biology 55 (3), 487-499, 2010
Ecological influences on larval chironomid communities in shallow lakes: implications for palaeolimnological interpretations
PG Langdon, ZOE Ruiz, S Wynne, CD Sayer, TA Davidson
Freshwater Biology 55 (3), 531-545, 2010
Early Holocene climate variability and the timing and extent of the Holocene thermal maximum (HTM) in northern Iceland
C Caseldine, P Langdon, N Holmes
Quaternary Science Reviews 25 (17-18), 2314-2331, 2006
The climate of Scotland over the last 5000 years inferred from multiproxy peatland records: inter‐site correlations and regional variability
PG Langdon, KE Barber
Journal of Quaternary Science: Published for the Quaternary Research …, 2005
What drives the peat-based palaeoclimate record? A critical test using multi-proxy climate records from northern Britain
KE Barber, PG Langdon
Quaternary Science Reviews 26 (25-28), 3318-3327, 2007
Efstadalsvatn–a multi-proxy study of a Holocene lacustrine sequence from NW Iceland
C Caseldine, Á Geirsdóttir, P Langdon
Journal of Paleolimnology 30 (1), 55-73, 2003
Reconstructing climate and environmental change in northern England through chironomid and pollen analyses: evidence from Talkin Tarn, Cumbria
PG Langdon, KE Barber, SH Lomas-Clarke
Journal of Paleolimnology 32 (2), 197-213, 2004
Centennial-scale climate change in Ireland during the Holocene
GT Swindles, IT Lawson, IP Matthews, M Blaauw, TJ Daley, DJ Charman, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 126, 300-320, 2013
Inferring past zooplanktivorous fish and macrophyte density in a shallow lake: application of a new regression tree model
TA Davidson, CD Sayer, PG Langdon, A Burgess, M Jackson
Freshwater Biology 55 (3), 584-599, 2010
Climate of the Little Ice Age and the past 2000 years in northeast Iceland inferred from chironomids and other lake sediment proxies
Y Axford, A Geirsdóttir, GH Miller, PG Langdon
Journal of Paleolimnology 41 (1), 7-24, 2009
Bronze Age upland settlement decline in southwest England: testing the climate change hypothesis
MJ Amesbury, DJ Charman, RM Fyfe, PG Langdon, S West
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (1), 87-98, 2008
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