Recent OGU publications:
Zhu, C., Wagner, T., Talbot, H., Weijers, J.W.H., Pan, J-M. and Pancost, R.D. 2013. Mechanistic controls on diverse fates of terrestrial organic components in the East Chine Sea. Geochemica et cosmochemica acta.117. 129-143
Strong, D., Flecker, R., Valdes, P.J., WIlkinson, I.P., Rees, J.G., Michaelides, K., Zong, Y.Q., Lloyd, J.M and Pancost, R.D. 2013. A new regional, mid-Holocene palaeoprecipitation signal of the Asian Summer Monsoon. Quaternary Science Reviews. 78. 65-76
Dungait, J.A.J., Kemmitt, S.J., Michallon, L., Guo, S., Wen, Q., Brookes, P.C., and Evershed, R.P. 2013. The variable response of soil microorganisms to trace concentrations of low molecular weight organic substrates of increasing complexity. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 64. 57-64
Naafs, B.D.A., Hefter, J. and Stein, R. 2013. Millennial-scale ice-rafting events and Hudson Strait Heinrich(-like) Events during the late Pliocene and Pleistocene. Quaternary Science Review. 80, 1-28
Taylor, J.D., McKew, B.A., Kuhl, A., McGenity, T.J. and Underwood, G.J.C. 2013. Microphytobenthic extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) in intertidal sediments fuel both generalist and specialist EPS-degrading bacteria. Limnol. Oceanogr. 58. 1463-1480
Bragg, F.K., Prentice, I.C., Harrison, S.P., Eglinton, G., Foster, P.N., Rommerskirchen, F. and Rullkotter, R. 2013. Stable isotope and modelling evidence for CO2 as a driver of glacial-interglacial vegetation shifts in southern Africa. Biogeosciences, 10, 2001-2010.
Badger, M.P.S., Lear, C.H., Pancost, R.D., Foster, G.L., Bailey, T., Leng, M.J., and Abels, H. 2013. CO2 drawdown following the middle Miocene expansion of the Antarctic Ice Sheet. Palaeoceanography, in press DOI: 10.1002/palo.20015
This was also featured in Nature Geoscience Research Highlights (Newton, A. 2013)
Arndt, S., Jorgensen, B.B., LaRowe, D.E., Middelburg, J.J., Pancost, R.D., Regnier, P. 2013. Quantifying the degradation of organic matter in marine sediments: A review and synthesis. Earth Science Reviews, in press.
Publications for each member of academic staff can be accessed below.