Matthew Pound
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Global vegetation dynamics and latitudinal temperature gradients during the Mid to Late Miocene (15.97–5.33 Ma)
MJ Pound, AM Haywood, U Salzmann, JB Riding
Earth-Science Reviews 112 (1-2), 1-22, 2012
A Tortonian (late Miocene, 11.61–7.25 Ma) global vegetation reconstruction
MJ Pound, AM Haywood, U Salzmann, JB Riding, DJ Lunt, SJ Hunter
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 300 (1-4), 29-45, 2011
Challenges in quantifying Pliocene terrestrial warming revealed by data–model discord
U Salzmann, AM Dolan, AM Haywood, WL Chan, J Voss, DJ Hill, ...
Nature Climate Change 3 (11), 969-974, 2013
Are there pre-Quaternary geological analogues for a future greenhouse warming?
AM Haywood, A Ridgwell, DJ Lunt, DJ Hill, MJ Pound, HJ Dowsett, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2011
The PRISM4 (mid-Piacenzian) paleoenvironmental reconstruction
H Dowsett, A Dolan, D Rowley, R Moucha, AM Forte, JX Mitrovica, ...
Climate of the Past 12 (7), 1519-1538, 2016
The Pliocene Model Intercomparison project (PlioMIP) phase 2: scientific objectives and experimental design
A Haywood, H Dowsett, A Dolan, D Rowley, A Abe-Ouchi, B Otto-Bliesner, ...
Climate of the Past 12 (3), 663-675, 2016
Heterogeneity in global vegetation and terrestrial climate change during the late Eocene to early Oligocene transition
MJ Pound, U Salzmann
Scientific Reports 7, 43386, 2017
The relative roles of CO2 and palaeogeography in determining late Miocene climate: results from a terrestrial model-data comparison
C Bradshaw, D Lunt, R Flecker, U Salzmann, M Pound, A Haywood, ...
Climate of the Past 8 (2), 715-786, 2012
Late Pliocene lakes and soils: a global data set for the analysis of climate feedbacks in a warmer world
M Pound, J Tindall, S Pickering, A Haywood, H Dowsett, U Salzmann
Climate of the Past 10 (1), 167-180, 2014
Cost-effective erosion monitoring of coastal cliffs
MJ Westoby, M Lim, M Hogg, MJ Pound, L Dunlop, J Woodward
Coastal Engineering 138, 152-164, 2018
The Pliocene Model Intercomparison Project (PlioMIP) Phase 2: scientific objectives and experimental design, Clim. Past, 12, 663–675
AM Haywood, HJ Dowsett, AM Dolan, D Rowley, A Abe-Ouchi, ...
Modelling equable climates of the Late Cretaceous: Can new boundary conditions resolve data–model discrepancies?
SJ Hunter, AM Haywood, PJ Valdes, JE Francis, MJ Pound
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 392, 41-51, 2013
The palynostratigraphy of the Brassington Formation (Upper Miocene) of the southern Pennines, central England
MJ Pound, JB Riding, TH Donders, J Daskova
Palynology 36 (1), 26-37, 2012
Climate variability and long-term expansion of peatlands in Arctic Norway during the late Pliocene (ODP Site 642, Norwegian Sea)
S Panitz, U Salzmann, B Risebrobakken, S De Schepper, M Pound
Climate of the Past 12, 1043-1060, 2016
Quantifying uncertainty in model predictions for the Pliocene (Plio-QUMP): initial results
JO Pope, M Collins, AM Haywood, HJ Dowsett, SJ Hunter, DJ Lunt, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 309 (1-2), 128-140, 2011
The John Williams index of palaeopalynology
JB Riding, MJ Pound, TCB Hill, S Stukins, S Feist-Burkhardt
Palynology 36 (2), 224-233, 2012
Palaeoenvironment, palaeoclimate and age of the Brassington Formation (Miocene) of Derbyshire, UK
MJ Pound, JB Riding
Journal of the Geological Society 173 (2), 306-319, 2016
Palynological evidence for a warmer boreal climate in the Late Pliocene of the Yukon Territory, Canada
MJ Pound, RI Lowther, J Peakall, RJ Chapman, U Salzmann
Palynology 39 (1), 91-102, 2015
The late Pliocene palaeoenvironments and palaeoclimates of the western Iberian Atlantic margin from the Rio Maior flora
M Vieira, MJ Pound, DI Pereira
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 495, 245-258, 2018
A reassessment of the Brassington Formation (Miocene) of Derbyshire, UK and a review of related hypogene karst suffosion processes
PT Walsh, VJ Banks, PF Jones, MJ Pound, JB Riding
Journal of the Geological Society 175 (3), 443-463, 2018
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