James Russell
James Russell
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Climate-driven ecosystem succession in the Sahara: the past 6000 years
S Kr÷pelin, D Verschuren, AM LÚzine, H Eggermont, C Cocquyt, ...
science 320 (5877), 765-768, 2008
5932008
Northern hemisphere controls on tropical southeast African climate during the past 60,000 years
JE Tierney, JM Russell, Y Huang, JSS DamstÚ, EC Hopmans, AS Cohen
Science 322 (5899), 252-255, 2008
5112008
Classification of lacustrine sediments based on sedimentary components
D Schnurrenberger, J Russell, K Kelts
Journal of Paleolimnology 29 (2), 141-154, 2003
4592003
Global climate evolution during the last deglaciation
PU Clark, JD Shakun, PA Baker, PJ Bartlein, S Brewer, E Brook, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (19), E1134-E1142, 2012
3582012
Distributions of branched GDGTs in a tropical lake system: implications for lacustrine application of the MBT/CBT paleoproxy
JE Tierney, JM Russell
Organic Geochemistry 40 (9), 1032-1036, 2009
2532009
Environmental controls on branched tetraether lipid distributions in tropical East African lake sediments
JE Tierney, JM Russell, H Eggermont, EC Hopmans, D Verschuren, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74 (17), 4902-4918, 2010
2442010
Late Quaternary behavior of the East African monsoon and the importance of the Congo Air Boundary
JE Tierney, JM Russell, JSS DamstÚ, Y Huang, D Verschuren
Quaternary Science Reviews 30 (7-8), 798-807, 2011
1902011
Late-twentieth-century warming in Lake Tanganyika unprecedented since AD 500
JE Tierney, MT Mayes, N Meyer, C Johnson, PW Swarzenski, AS Cohen, ...
Nature Geoscience 3 (6), 422-425, 2010
1902010
Calibration and application of the branched GDGT temperature proxy on East African lake sediments
SE Loomis, JM Russell, B Ladd, FA Street-Perrott, JSS DamstÚ
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 357, 277-288, 2012
1392012
A high-resolution geochemical record from Lake Edward, Uganda Congo and the timing and causes of tropical African drought during the late Holocene
JM Russell, TC Johnson
Quaternary Science Reviews 24 (12-13), 1375-1389, 2005
1362005
Coordinated hydrological regimes in the Indo‐Pacific region during the past two millennia
JE Tierney, DW Oppo, Y Rosenthal, JM Russell, BK Linsley
Paleoceanography 25 (1), 2010
1342010
Isotopic reconstruction of the African Humid Period and Congo air boundary migration at Lake Tana, Ethiopia
K Costa, J Russell, B Konecky, H Lamb
Quaternary Science Reviews 83, 58-67, 2014
1322014
Distributions of branched GDGTs in soils and lake sediments from western Uganda: implications for a lacustrine paleothermometer
SE Loomis, JM Russell, JSS DamstÚ
Organic Geochemistry 42 (7), 739-751, 2011
1262011
Coherent changes of southeastern equatorial and northern African rainfall during the last deglaciation
BL Otto-Bliesner, JM Russell, PU Clark, Z Liu, JT Overpeck, B Konecky, ...
Science 346 (6214), 1223-1227, 2014
1252014
A molecular perspective on Late Quaternary climate and vegetation change in the Lake Tanganyika basin, East Africa
JE Tierney, JM Russell, Y Huang
Quaternary Science Reviews 29 (5-6), 787-800, 2010
1162010
Little Ice Age drought in equatorial Africa: intertropical convergence zone migrations and El Ni˝o–Southern Oscillation variability
JM Russell, TC Johnson
Geology 35 (1), 21-24, 2007
1112007
Glacial forcing of central Indonesian hydroclimate since 60,000 y BP
JM Russell, H Vogel, BL Konecky, S Bijaksana, Y Huang, M Melles, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (14), 5100-5105, 2014
992014
Palaeolimnological evidence for widespread late 18th century drought across equatorial East Africa
I Bessems, D Verschuren, JM Russell, J Hus, F Mees, BF Cumming
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 259 (2-3), 107-120, 2008
882008
Paleolimnological evidence for the onset and termination of glacial aridity from Lake Tanganyika, Tropical East Africa
AA Felton, JM Russell, AS Cohen, ME Baker, JT Chesley, KE Lezzar, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 252 (3-4), 405-423, 2007
872007
Climate warming reduces fish production and benthic habitat in Lake Tanganyika, one of the most biodiverse freshwater ecosystems
AS Cohen, EL Gergurich, BM Kraemer, MM McGlue, PB McIntyre, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (34), 9563-9568, 2016
842016
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