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Stable isotope records of Late Quaternary climate and hydrology from Mediterranean lakes : the ISOMED synthesis (2008)
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Roberts, N., Jones, M. D., Benkaddour, A., Eastwood, W. J., Filippi, M. L., Frogley, M. R., …Zanchetta, G. (2008). Stable isotope records of Late Quaternary climate and hydrology from Mediterranean lakes : the ISOMED synthesis. Quaternary science reviews, 27(25-26), 2426-2441. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2008.09.005

Lake isotope records can be used to assess the spatial coherency of Late Quaternary climate change across the circum-Mediterranean region. We place modern and palaeo-data within a simple conceptual lake response model to show that the isotope hydrolo... Read More about Stable isotope records of Late Quaternary climate and hydrology from Mediterranean lakes : the ISOMED synthesis.

Diatom response to the Last Glacial-Interglacial Transition in the Ioannina basin, northwest Greece: implications for Mediterranean palaeoclimate reconstruction (2008)
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Reed, J. M., Wilson, G. P., Lawson, I. T., Frogley, M. R., Preece, R. C., & Tzedakis, P. C. (2008). Diatom response to the Last Glacial-Interglacial Transition in the Ioannina basin, northwest Greece: implications for Mediterranean palaeoclimate reconstruction. Quaternary science reviews, 27(3-4), (428-440). doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2007.10.013. ISSN 0277-3791

Uncertainty as to the pattern of Lateglacial and early Holocene climate change in the western Balkans and Greece has persisted despite extensive investigation of the Ioannina I-284 lake-sediment sequence, northwest Greece. Here we present a new diato... Read More about Diatom response to the Last Glacial-Interglacial Transition in the Ioannina basin, northwest Greece: implications for Mediterranean palaeoclimate reconstruction.

Southwest Scottish Crannogs: using in situ studies to assess preservation in wetland archaeological contexts (2008)
Journal Article
Lillie, M., Smith, R., Reed, J., & Inglis, R. (2008). Southwest Scottish Crannogs: using in situ studies to assess preservation in wetland archaeological contexts. Journal of archaeological science, 35(7), (1886-1900). doi:10.1016/j.jas.2007.11.029. ISSN 0305-4403

This paper presents the results of in situ monitoring of waterlogged burial contexts in southwest Scotland. The sites investigated are Iron Age crannogs (lake dwellings) which have a proven waterlogged archaeological component, and which are being as... Read More about Southwest Scottish Crannogs: using in situ studies to assess preservation in wetland archaeological contexts.