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Kukla, T., Rugenstein, J., Ibarra, D., Winnick, M., Stromberg, C., & Chamberlain, C. P. (2022).
Drier winters linked to Cenozoic open habitat expansion in North America
Kukla, T., Rugenstein, J., Driscoll, E., Ibarra, D., & Chamberlain, P. (2022).
The PATCH Lab v.1.0: A database and workspace for Cenozoic terrestrial paleoclimate and environmental reconstruction.
American Journal of Science
Ibarra, D. ., Yanchilina, A. ., Lloyd, M., Methner, K., Chamberlain, P., Yam, R., Semesh, A., & Stolper, D. (2022).
Triple oxygen isotope systematics of diatom opal-A to opal-CT to microquartz in deep sea sediments
Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta,
Clumped isotope constraints on warming and precipitation seasonality in Mongolia sue to Altai uplift
High elevation southern Tibet prior to India-Asia Collision
High-resolution paleotopography of the John Day region, Oregon, USA
Reconstructing past elevations from triple oxygen isotopes of lacustrine chert: Application to the Eocene Nevadoplano, Elko Basin, Nevada, USA
Terrestrial climate in mid-latitude East Asia from the latest Cretaceous to the earliest Paleogene: A multiproxy record from the Songliao Basin in northeastern China
The resilience of Amazon tree cover to past and present drying
Triple oxygen isotope paleoaltimetry of crystalline rocks
Warm high-elevation Mid-latitudes during the Miocene Climatic Optimum: Paleosol clumped isotope temperatures from the Northern Rocky Mountain USA
Constraints on surface temperatures 3.4 billion years ago based on triple oxygen isotopes of cherts from the Barberton Greenstone Belt South Africa, and the problem of sample selection
Middle Miocene long-term continental temperature change in and out of pace with marine climate records
Triple oxygen isotopes of meteoric hydrothermal system - implications for paleoaltimetry
Atmospheric flow deflection in the late Cenozoic Sierra Nevada
Modeling the consequences of land plant evolution on silicate weathering
Neogene cooling driven by land surface reactivity rather than increased weathering fluxes
Paleogene topographic and climatic evolution of the Northern Rocky Mountains from integrated sedimentary and isotopic data
The sensitivity of terrestrial δ 18O gradients to hydroclimate evolution
Evaluating Late Cretaceous OAEs and the influence of marine incursions on organic carbon burial in an expansive East Asian paleo-lake
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