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Swindles, G. T., Amesbury, M. J., Turner, T. E., Carrivick, J., Woulds, C., Raby, C., Mullan, D., Roland, T. P., Galloway, J., Parry, L., Kokfelt, U., Garneau, M., Charman, D. J. and Holden, J. Evaluating the use of testate amoebae for palaeohydrological reconstruction in permafrost peatalnds. Palaeo3.
Willis, K. S., Beilman, D., Booth, R. K., Amesbury, M. J., Holmquist, J. and MacDonald, G. M. 2014. Application and comparison of multiple testate amoebae transfer functions and δ13C analysis for reconstruction of peatland palaeohydrology in the Western Siberian Lowlands. The Holocene
Jensen, B. J. L., Pyne-O’Donnell, S., Plunkett, G., Froese, D. G., Hughes, P. D. M., Sigl, M., Pilcher, J. R., Hall, V. A., Amesbury, M. J., van den Bogaard, C., Charman, D., Mackay, H., Mallon, G. and McConnell, J. 2014. Transatlantic correlation of the Alaskan White River Ash and implications for volcanic hazard assessment and chronostratigraphy. Geology 42, 875-878.
Loisel, J. and 60 co-authors including Amesbury, M. J. A database and synthesis of northern peatland soil properties and Holocene carbon and nitrogen accumulation. The Holocene 24, 1028-1042.
Roland, T. P., Caseldine, C. J., Charman, D. J., Turney, C. S. M. and Amesbury, M. J. Was there a ‘4.2 kyr event’ in Great Britain and Ireland? Evidence from the peatland record. Quaternary Science Reviews 83, 11-27.
Swindles, G. T. and 31 co-authors including Amesbury, M. J. 2013. Centennial-scale climate change in Ireland during the Holocene. Earth Science Reviews 126, 300-320.
Royles, J., Amesbury, M. J., Convey, P., Griffiths, H., Hodgson, D. A., Leng, M. J. and Charman, D. J. 2013. Plants and soil microbes respond to recent warming on the Antarctic Peninsula. Current Biology 23, 1702-1706.
Amesbury, M. J., Mallon, G., Charman, D. J., Hughes, P. D., Booth, R. K., Daley, T. J. and Garneau, M. 2013. Statistical testing of a new testate amoebae transfer function for water-table depth reconstruction on ombrotrophic peatlands in Atlantic Canada and far north-eastern United States. Journal of Quaternary Science 28, 27-39.
Amesbury, M. J., Barber, K. E. and Hughes, P. D. 2012. Can rapidly accumulating Holocene peat profiles provide sub-decadal resolution proxy climate data? Journal of Quaternary Science 27, 757-770.
Pyne-O’Donnell, S. D. F, Hughes, P. D. M., Froese, D. G., Jensen, B. J. L., Kuehn, S. C., Mallon, G., Amesbury, M. J., Charman, D. J., Daley, T. J., Loader, N. J., Mauquoy, D., Street-Perrott, F. A. and Woodman-Ralph, J. 2012. High-precision ultra-distal Holocene tephrochronology in North America. Quaternary Science Reviews 52, 6-11.
Hughes, P. D. M., Mallon, G., Essex, H. J., Amesbury, M. J., Charman, D. J., Blundell, A., Chambers, F. M., Daley, T. J. and Mauquoy, D. 2012. The use of k-values to examine plant ‘species signals’ in a peat humification record from Newfoundland. Quaternary International 268, 156-165.
Amesbury, M. J., Barber, K. E. and Hughes, P. D. 2012. The relationship of fine-resolution, multi-proxy palaeoclimate records to meteorological data at Fågelmossen, Värmland, Sweden and the implications for the debate on climate drivers of the peat-based record. Quaternary International 268, 77-86.
Amesbury, M. J., Barber, K. E. and Hughes, P. D. 2011.’ The methodological basis for fine-resolution, multi-proxy reconstructions of ombrotrophic peat bog surface wetness’ Reply to comments. Boreas 40, 382-383.
Amesbury, M. J., Barber, K. E. and Hughes, P. D. 2011. The methodological basis for fine-resolution, multi-proxy reconstructions of ombrotrophic peat bog surface wetness. Boreas 40, 161-174.
Amesbury, M. J., Charman, D. J., Fyfe, R. M., Langdon, P. G. and West, S. 2008. Bronze Age upland settlement decline in southwest England: testing the climate change hypothesis. Journal of Archaeological Science 35, 87-98.
Amesbury, M. J. and Royles, J. 2013. Unlocking the secrets of Antarctic moss banks. Natural Environment Research Council Planet Earth Summer 2013, 24-25. Download here.
Amesbury, M. J. 2011. Peat: core blimey! Natural Environment Research Council Planet Earth Autumn 2011, 6-7. Download here.