Quaternary Science Reviews

(The TQCC of Quaternary Science Reviews is 9. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
An updated radiocarbon-based ice margin chronology for the last deglaciation of the North American Ice Sheet Complex202
Climate change, vegetation history, and landscape responses on the Tibetan Plateau during the Holocene: A comprehensive review180
The origins of Amazonian landscapes: Plant cultivation, domestication and the spread of food production in tropical South America83
Segmentation and supercycles: A catalog of earthquake rupture patterns from the Sumatran Sunda Megathrust and other well-studied faults worldwide73
A data-model comparison pinpoints Holocene spatiotemporal pattern of East Asian summer monsoon71
A proxy for all seasons? A synthesis of clumped isotope data from Holocene soil carbonates60
The Zealandia Switch: Ice age climate shifts viewed from Southern Hemisphere moraines59
The Palaeo-Agulhas Plain: Temporal and spatial variation in an extraordinary extinct ecosystem of the Pleistocene of the Cape Floristic Region58
Palaeoclimate perspectives on the Indian Ocean Dipole58
Holocene regional population dynamics and climatic trends in the Near East: A first comparison using archaeo-demographic proxies58
Vegetation, climate and human impact since 20 ka in central Yunnan Province based on high-resolution pollen and charcoal records from Dianchi, southwestern China57
Recent fire regime in the southern boreal forests of western Siberia is unprecedented in the last five millennia47
The Southern Ocean during the ice ages: A review of the Antarctic surface isolation hypothesis, with comparison to the North Pacific47
Time marker of 137Cs fallout maximum in lake sediments of Northwest China47
Paleoclimatic changes and modulation of East Asian summer monsoon by high-latitude forcing over the last 130,000 years as revealed by independently dated loess-paleosol sequences on the NE Tibetan Pla47
Sensitivity of altitudinal vegetation in southwest China to changes in the Indian summer monsoon during the past 68000 years46
Temperature-induced dry climate in basins in the northeastern Tibetan Plateau during the early to middle Holocene44
Quantitative precipitation reconstructions from Chagan Nur revealed lag response of East Asian summer monsoon precipitation to summer insolation during the Holocene in arid northern China43
Geological and soil maps of the Palaeo-Agulhas Plain for the Last Glacial Maximum42
Coastal GIA processes revealed by the early to middle Holocene sea-level history of east China41
A complete Holocene lake sediment ancient DNA record reveals long-standing high Arctic plant diversity hotspot in northern Svalbard41
Evolution of the Global Overturning Circulation since the Last Glacial Maximum based on marine authigenic neodymium isotopes41
The early anthropogenic hypothesis: A review41
Describing a drowned Pleistocene ecosystem: Last Glacial Maximum vegetation reconstruction of the Palaeo-Agulhas Plain39
Quantifying the potential causes of Neanderthal extinction: Abrupt climate change versus competition and interbreeding38
Late Holocene hydroclimatic variation in central Asia and its response to mid-latitude Westerlies and solar irradiance38
Holocene lake-level fluctuations of Selin Co on the central Tibetan plateau: Regulated by monsoonal precipitation or meltwater?38
A 24,000-year ancient DNA and pollen record from the Polar Urals reveals temporal dynamics of arctic and boreal plant communities38
Increasing effective moisture during the Holocene in the semiarid regions of the Yili Basin, Central Asia: Evidence from loess sections37
A critical assessment of human-impact indices based on anthropogenic pollen indicators36
Last Glacial Maximum environmental conditions at Andøya, northern Norway; evidence for a northern ice-edge ecological “hotspot”36
Paleoenvironments from robust loess stratigraphy using high-resolution color and grain-size data of the last glacial Krems-Wachtberg record (NE Austria)35
The chronological, sedimentary and environmental context for the archaeological deposits at Blombos Cave, South Africa35
Sedimentary Pediastrum record of middle–late Holocene temperature change and its impacts on early human culture in the desert-oasis area of northwestern China34
Further evidence for bow hunting and its implications more than 60 000 years ago: Results of a use-trace analysis of the bone point from Klasies River Main site, South Africa34
Climate-driven formation of fluvial terraces across the Tibetan Plateau since 200 ka: A review33
Postglacial history of the Steppe Altai: Climate, fire and plant diversity32
Lake-level history of Qinghai Lake on the NE Tibetan Plateau and its implications for Asian monsoon pattern - A review32
Variation of the Asian summer monsoon since the last glacial-interglacial recorded in a stalagmite from southwest China32
Insolation and greenhouse gases drove Holocene winter and spring warming in Arctic Alaska32
Plant domestication in the Neolithic Near East: The humans-plants liaison31
A maximum in global glacier extent during MIS 431
Century scale rainfall in the absolute Atacama Desert: Landscape response and implications for past and future rainfall31
Comparison of climate and environment on the edge of the Palaeo-Agulhas Plain to the Little Karoo (South Africa) in Marine Isotope Stages 5–3 as indicated by speleothems30
Quantification of temperature and precipitation changes in northern China during the “5000-year” Chinese History30
Late Pleistocene glaciers in Greece: A new 36Cl chronology29
A Holocene relative sea-level database for the Baltic Sea29
The large MIS 4 and long MIS 2 glacier maxima on the southern tip of South America28
Pleistocene vertebrate tracksites on the Cape south coast of South Africa and their potential palaeoecological implications28
Moisture variations in Lacustrine−eolian sequence from the Hunshandake sandy land associated with the East Asian Summer Monsoon changes since the late Pleistocene28
Pliocene to Middle Pleistocene climate history in the Guadix-Baza Basin, and the environmental conditions of early Homo dispersal in Europe28
Variation in hunting weaponry for more than 300,000 years: A tip cross-sectional area study of Middle Stone Age points from southern Africa28
The variable European Little Ice Age28
Human impact and ecological changes during prehistoric settlement on the Canary Islands28
Levantine overkill: 1.5 million years of hunting down the body size distribution28
Sub-millennial eruptive recurrence in the silicic Mangaone Subgroup tephra sequence, New Zealand, from Bayesian modelling of zircon double-dating and radiocarbon ages27
The coastal migration theory: Formulation and testable hypotheses27
Improving the reliability of bulk sediment radiocarbon dating27
Penetration of monsoonal water vapour into arid central Asia during the Holocene: An isotopic perspective27
Role of dynamic environmental change in sustaining the protracted process of rice domestication in the lower Yangtze River27
The Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition in the southern Levant: New insights from the late Middle Paleolithic site of Far’ah II, Israel27
Geochemical and sedimentological responses of arctic glacial Lake Ilirney, chukotka (far east Russia) to palaeoenvironmental change since ∼51.8 ka BP27
Middle Holocene Indian summer monsoon variability and its impact on cultural changes in the Indian subcontinent27
Abrupt last glacial dust fall over southeast England associated with dynamics of the British-Irish ice sheet26
Large mammals of the Palaeo-Agulhas Plain showed resilience to extreme climate change but vulnerability to modern human impacts26
Insights into subtropical Australian aridity from Welsby Lagoon, north Stradbroke Island, over the past 80,000 years26
New insights into Holocene hydrology and temperature from lipid biomarkers in western Mediterranean alpine wetlands26
Climate changes in Northeastern Brazil from deglacial to Meghalayan periods and related environmental impacts26
Palaeoenvironments and plant availability during MIS 6 to MIS 3 on the edge of the Palaeo-Agulhas Plain (south coast, South Africa) as indicated by phytolith analysis at Pinnacle Point25
The Ticino-Toce glacier system (Swiss-Italian Alps) in the framework of the Alpine Last Glacial Maximum24
Revisiting growth and decline of late Quaternary mega-lakes across the south-central Tibetan Plateau24
Drought and the collapse of the Tiwanaku Civilization: New evidence from Lake Orurillo, Peru24
Migration of Pleistocene shorelines across the Palaeo-Agulhas Plain: Evidence from dated sub-bottom profiles and archaeological shellfish assemblages24
Diverse responses of common vole (Microtus arvalis) populations to Late Glacial and Early Holocene climate changes – Evidence from ancient DNA24
Progress and uncertainties in global and hemispheric temperature reconstructions of the Common Era24
Strong continentality and effective moisture drove unforeseen vegetation dynamics since the last interglacial at inland Mediterranean areas: The Villarquemado sequence in NE Iberia24
Permafrost as a first order control on long-term rock-slope deformation in (Sub-)Arctic Norway24
Chronological control and centennial-scale climatic subdivisions of the Last Glacial Termination in the western Mediterranean region23
A critical appraisal of charcoal morphometry as a paleofire fuel type proxy23
Northwestward shift of the northern boundary of the East Asian summer monsoon during the mid-Holocene caused by orbital forcing and vegetation feedbacks23
Spatiotemporal patterns of northern lake formation since the Last Glacial Maximum23
Holocene evolution of the wave-dominated embayed Moruya coastline, southeastern Australia: Sediment sources, transport rates and alongshore interconnectivity23
Forty-thousand years of maritime subsistence near a changing shoreline on Alor Island (Indonesia)23
Tracking rockglacier evolution in the Eastern Alps from the Lateglacial to the early Holocene23
An early Holocene westerly minimum in the southern mid-latitudes23
The late persistence of the Middle Palaeolithic and Neandertals in Iberia: A review of the evidence for and against the “Ebro Frontier” model22
Abrupt climate change and its influences on hominin evolution during the early Pleistocene in the Turkana Basin, Kenya22
Neanderthals in a highly diverse, mediterranean-Eurosiberian forest ecotone: The pleistocene pollen record of Teixoneres Cave, northeastern Spain22
Moisture evolution in Central Asia since 26 ka: Insights from a Kyrgyz loess section, Western Tian Shan22
Northern Hemisphere Glaciation, African climate and human evolution22
Resolving sea ice dynamics in the north-western Ross Sea during the last 2.6 ka: From seasonal to millennial timescales22
Environmental implications of past socioeconomic events in Greater Poland during the last 1200 years. Synthesis of paleoecological and historical data22
The spread of rice to Japan: Insights from Bayesian analysis of direct radiocarbon dates and population dynamics in East Asia22
The extinction of the giant hyena Pachycrocuta brevirostris and a reappraisal of the Epivillafranchian and Galerian Hyaenidae in Europe: Faunal turnover during the Early–Middle Pleistocene Transition22
Climatic evolution in the Australian region over the last 94 ka - spanning human occupancy -, and unveiling the Last Glacial Maximum21
Neanderthal lithic procurement and mobility patterns through a multi-level study in the Abric Romaní site (Capellades, Spain)21
Spatially varying peatland initiation, Holocene development, carbon accumulation patterns and radiative forcing within a subarctic fen21
Ancient sedimentary DNA shows rapid post-glacial colonisation of Iceland followed by relatively stable vegetation until the Norse settlement (Landnám) AD 87021
Revised chronology of the ICDP Dead Sea deep drill core relates drier-wetter-drier climate cycles to insolation over the past 220 kyr21
New insights towards an integrated understanding of NE Asian monsoon during mid to late Holocene21
The expansion of the Acheulian to the Southeastern Ethiopian Highlands: Insights from the new early Pleistocene site-complex of Melka Wakena21
Timing and structure of vegetation, fire, and climate changes on the Pacific slope of northwestern Patagonia since the last glacial termination21
Deglacial upslope shift of NE Atlantic intermediate waters controlled slope erosion and cold-water coral mound formation (Porcupine Seabight, Irish margin)21
Landscape change in the Icelandic highland: A long-term record of the impacts of land use, climate and volcanism21
Basin-scale stratigraphic correlation of late Pleistocene-Holocene (MIS 5e-MIS 1) strata across the rapidly subsiding Po Basin (northern Italy)21
East Asian monsoon changes early in the last deglaciation and insights into the interpretation of oxygen isotope changes in the Chinese stalagmite record20
High-resolution marine data and transient simulations support orbital forcing of ENSO amplitude since the mid-Holocene20
New stratigraphically constrained palaeoenvironmental reconstructions for the first human settlement in Western Europe: The Early Pleistocene herpetofaunal assemblages from Barranco León and Fuente Nu20
Walking in mud: Remarkable Pleistocene human trackways from White Sands National Park (New Mexico)20
Seismic stratigraphy of the inner to mid Agulhas bank, South Africa20
Moisture sources and climate evolution during the last 30 kyr in northeastern Tibetan Plateau: Insights from groundwater isotopes (2H, 18O, 3H and 14C) and water vapour trajectories modeling20
Tree-ring oxygen isotope across monsoon Asia: Common signal and local influence20
Eastern Mediterranean climate change deduced from the Soreq Cave fluid inclusion stable isotopes and carbonate clumped isotopes record of the last 160 ka20
Coastal palaeoenvironments and hunter-gatherer plant-use at Waterfall Bluff rock shelter in Mpondoland (South Africa) from MIS 3 to the Early Holocene20
Past environmental and circulation changes in the South China Sea: Input from the magnetic properties of deep-sea sediments20
Magnetostratigraphy and cosmogenic dating of Wonderwerk Cave: New constraints for the chronology of the South African Earlier Stone Age20
Tipping elements and amplified polar warming during the Last Interglacial20
A revised chronology for the growth and demise of Loch Lomond Readvance (‘Younger Dryas’) ice lobes in the Lochaber area, Scotland20
Unraveling the fossil record of foxes: An updated review on the Plio-Pleistocene Vulpes spp. from Europe20
Late Pleistocene paleoecology and phylogeography of woolly rhinoceroses19
Dietary plasticity and the extinction of the passenger pigeon (Ectopistes migratorius)19
Holocene relative sea-level change along the tectonically active Chilean coast19
An end to the Last Interglacial highstand before 120 ka: Relative sea-level evidence from Infreschi Cave (Southern Italy)19
Climate and environmental reconstruction of the Epipaleolithic Mediterranean Levant (22.0–11.9 ka cal. BP)19
Abrupt Holocene ice-sheet thinning along the southern Soya Coast, Lützow-Holm Bay, East Antarctica, revealed by glacial geomorphology and surface exposure dating19
Pleistocene dynamics of dust accumulation and soil formation in the southern Caspian Lowlands - New insights from the loess-paleosol sequence at Neka-Abelou, northern Iran19
Reconstructing East African monsoon variability from grain-size distributions: End-member modeling and source attribution of diatom-rich sediments from Lake Chala19
Distributions and sources of isoprenoidal GDGTs in Lake Lugano and other central European (peri-)alpine lakes: Lessons for their use as paleotemperature proxies19
Coseismic coastal subsidence associated with unusually wide rupture of prehistoric earthquakes on the Kamchatka subduction zone: A record in buried erosional scarps and tsunami deposits19
A maximum rupture model for the central and southern Cascadia subduction zone—reassessing ages for coastal evidence of megathrust earthquakes and tsunamis19
Stepwise accelerations in the rate of sea-level rise in the area north of Tokyo Bay during the Early Holocene18
Assessing the role of humans in Greater Antillean land vertebrate extinctions: New insights from Cuba18
Glacial overdeepenings in the Swiss Alps and foreland: Spatial distribution and morphometrics18
Submerged landscapes, marine transgression and underwater shell middens: Comparative analysis of site formation and taphonomy in Europe and North America18
Millennial-scale vegetation and climatic changes from an Early to Mid-Holocene lacustrine archive in Central Ganga Plains using multiple biotic proxies18
Mid-Holocene European climate revisited: New high-resolution regional climate model simulations using pollen-based land-cover18
A unique Pyrenean varved record provides a detailed reconstruction of Mediterranean vegetation and land-use dynamics over the last three millennia18
Recurring types of variability and transitions in the ∼620 kyr record of climate change from the Chew Bahir basin, southern Ethiopia18
Neanderthal foraging in freshwater ecosystems: A reappraisal of the Middle Paleolithic archaeological fish record from continental Western Europe18
The palaeoecology of Klasies River, South Africa: An analysis of the large mammal remains from the 1984–1995 excavations of Cave 1 and 1A18
The post-Jaramillo persistence of Sus strozzii (Suidae, Mammalia) in Europe: New evidence from the Vallparadís Section (NE Iberian Peninsula) and other coeval sites18
Evidence of episodically accelerated denudation on the Namche Barwa massif (Eastern Himalayan syntaxis) by megafloods18
Detecting and quantifying palaeoseasonality in stalagmites using geochemical and modelling approaches18
A framework for the timing of the final meltwater outbursts from glacial Lake Agassiz-Ojibway18
A revised, Last Interglacial chronology for the Middle Palaeolithic sequence of Gruta da Oliveira (Almonda karst system, Torres Novas, Portugal)18
Seasonal and multi-annual variation in the abundance of isoprenoid GDGT membrane lipids and their producers in the water column of a meromictic equatorial crater lake (Lake Chala, East Africa)18
Postglacial evolution of forest and grassland in southeastern Gobi (Northern China)18
Temperature and fuel availability control fire size/severity in the boreal forest of central Northwest Territories, Canada18
Mega-lakes in the northwestern Tibetan Plateau formed by melting glaciers during the last deglacial17
Neoglacial increase in high-magnitude glacial lake outburst flood frequency, upper Baker River, Chilean Patagonia (47°S)17
Holocene moisture evolution and its response to atmospheric circulation recorded by aeolian deposits in the southern Tibetan Plateau17
Interactions between climate change and early agriculture in SW China and their effect on lake ecosystem functioning at centennial timescales over the last 2000 years17
A tale of two signals: Global and local influences on the Late Pleistocene loess sequences in Bulgarian Lower Danube17
Antarctic-like temperature variations in the Tropical Andes recorded by glaciers and lakes during the last deglaciation17
Contributions of paleoecology to Easter Island’s prehistory: A thorough review17
The foraging potential of the Holocene Cape south coast of South Africa without the Palaeo-Agulhas Plain17
Early human impact in a 15,000-year high-resolution hyperspectral imaging record of paleoproduction and anoxia from a varved lake in Switzerland17
Icelandic permafrost dynamics since the Last Glacial Maximum – model results and geomorphological implications17
Late Glacial mountain glacier culmination in Arctic Norway prior to the Younger Dryas17
Forest, fire & monsoon: investigating the long-term threshold dynamics of south-east Asia’s seasonally dry tropical forests17
Summer temperature development 18,000–14,000 cal. BP recorded by a new chironomid record from Burgäschisee, Swiss Plateau17
Deposition and preservation of tephra in marine sediments at the active Hikurangi subduction margin17
Developing a continental-scale testate amoeba hydrological transfer function for Asian peatlands17
Exploring Sea Country through high-resolution 3D seismic imaging of Australia’s NW shelf: Resolving early coastal landscapes and preservation of underwater cultural heritage17
Multi-phased deglaciation of south and southeast Greenland controlled by climate and topographic setting16
Climatic conditions between 19 and 12 ka in the eastern Pyrenees, and wider implications for atmospheric circulation patterns in Europe16
Tree-ring based minimum temperature reconstruction on the southeastern Tibetan Plateau16
Taguatagua 1: New insights into the late Pleistocene fauna, paleoenvironment, and human subsistence in a unique lacustrine context in central Chile16
Revised map of European aeolian deposits derived from soil texture data16
Carbon isotope constraints on glacial Atlantic meridional overturning: Strength vs depth16
Rapid carbon accumulation in a peatland following Late Holocene tephra deposition, New Zealand16
Last Lateglacial glacier advance in the Gran Paradiso Group reveals relatively drier climatic conditions established in the Western Alps since at least the Younger Dryas16
The role of wetland expansion and successional processes in methane emissions from northern wetlands during the Holocene16
The Plio-Pleistocene sequence of Oued Boucherit (Algeria): A unique chronologically-constrained archaeological and palaeontological record in North Africa16
Simultaneous extinction of Madagascar's megaherbivores correlates with late Holocene human-caused landscape transformation16
A timeline for the urbanization of wild birds: The case of the lesser kestrel16
A high-resolution late Quaternary depositional history and chronology for the southern portion of the Lake Mungo lunette, semi-arid Australia16
Holocene moisture variations in arid central Asia: Reassessment and reconciliation16
Geomorphology and 10Be chronology of the Last Glacial Maximum and deglaciation in northeastern Patagonia, 43°S-71°W16
The timing and structure of the 8.2 ka event revealed through high-resolution speleothem records from northwestern Madagascar16
Spatial patterns of temperature, precipitation, and settlement dynamics on the Iberian Peninsula during the Chalcolithic and the Bronze Age16
Holocene glacier change in the Silvretta Massif (Austrian Alps) constrained by a new 10Be chronology, historical records and modern observations16
9000 years of human lakeside adaptation in the Ethiopian Afar: Fisher-foragers and the first pastoralists in the Lake Abhe basin during the African Humid Period15
Accumulation of aeolian sediments around the Tengger Desert during the late Quaternary and its implications on interpreting chronostratigraphic records from drylands in north China15
The limits of freely-available tree-ring chronologies15
Neanderthal faunal exploitation and settlement dynamics at the Abri du Maras, level 5 (south-eastern France)15
Floral evidence for high summer temperatures in southern Scandinavia during 15–11 cal ka BP15
Late Holocene transition from natural to anthropogenic forcing of vegetation change in the semi-arid region of northern China15
Anthropogenic modification of soil communities in northern China for at least two millennia: Evidence from a quantitative mollusk approach15
Asian-Australian monsoon evolution over the last millennium linked to ENSO in composite stalagmite δ18O records15
Sedimentary and geomorphic evidence of Saharan megalakes: A synthesis15
Temporal variability in the Holocene marine radiocarbon reservoir effect for the Tropical and South Pacific15
Prehistoric human response to climate change in the Bonneville basin, western north America: The Bonneville Estates Rockshelter radiocarbon chronology15
The first continuous late Pleistocene tephra record from Kamchatka Peninsula (NW Pacific) and its volcanological and paleogeographic implications15
Varve microfacies and chronology from a new sediment record of Lake Gościąż (Poland)15
LiDAR-based quantitative assessment of drumlin to mega-scale glacial lineation continuums and flow of the paleo Seneca-Cayuga paleo-ice stream15
Relationships between climate change, human environmental impact, and megafaunal extinction inferred from a 4000-year multi-proxy record from a stalagmite from northwestern Madagascar15
Past and present distributions and community evolution of Muridae and Soricidae from MIS 9 to MIS 1 on the edge of the Palaeo-Agulhas Plain (south coast, South Africa)15
Climate and ecology of the palaeo-Agulhas Plain from stable carbon and oxygen isotopes in bovid tooth enamel from Nelson Bay Cave, South Africa15
New Zealand as a source of mineral dust to the atmosphere and ocean15
Fire-vegetation interactions during the last 11,000 years in boreal and cold temperate forests of Fennoscandia15
Updated cosmogenic chronologies of Pleistocene mountain glaciation in the western United States and associated paleoclimate inferences15
Latest Pleistocene glacial and climate history of the Wasatch Range, Utah15
A novel procedure for quantitative regional paleoclimatic reconstruction using surface pollen assemblages15
The extinction of the Pleistocene megafauna in the Pampa of southern Brazil15
Distinct Holocene precipitation trends over arid Central Asia and linkages to westerlies and Asian monsoon15
A 50,000-year record of lake-level variations and overflow from Owens Lake, eastern California, USA15
Late Quaternary coastal uplift of southwestern Sicily, central Mediterranean sea15
Deep water circulation in the Arabian Sea during the last glacial cycle: Implications for paleo-redox condition, carbon sink and atmospheric CO2 variability15
Peritidal stromatolites as indicators of stepping-stone freshwater resources on the Palaeo-Agulhas Plain landscape15
Holocene tsunami, storm, and relative sea level records obtained from the southern Hidaka coast, Hokkaido, Japan15
Orbital and sea-level changes regulate the iron-associated sediment supplies from Papua New Guinea to the equatorial Pacific15
Using multiple chronometers to establish a long, directly-dated lacustrine record: Constraining >600,000 years of environmental change at Chew Bahir, Ethiopia14
Response of heterogeneous rainfall variability in East Asia to Hadley circulation reorganization during the late Quaternary14
Local glaciers record delayed peak Holocene warmth in south Greenland14
Magnetochronology and age models of deposition of the Melka Kunture stratigraphic sequence (Upper Awash, Ethiopia) and age assessments of the main archeological levels therein contained14
Karst hydrological changes during the Late-Holocene in Southwestern China14
Return rates from plant foraging on the Cape south coast: Understanding early human economies14
Archaeological cereals as an isotope record of long-term soil health and anthropogenic amendment in southern Scandinavia14
Linkages between ocean circulation and the Northeast Greenland Ice Stream in the Early Holocene14
Antipodal pattern of millet and rice demography in response to 4.2 ka climate event in China14
Late Neanderthal subsistence strategies and cultural traditions in the northern Iberia Peninsula: Insights from Prado Vargas, Burgos, Spain14
Deglacial–Holocene Svalbard paleoceanography and evidence of meltwater pulse 1B14
Geomagnetic dipole moment variations for the last glacial period inferred from cosmogenic radionuclides in Greenland ice cores via disentangling the climate and production signals14
Evidence for a “Little Ice Age” glacial advance within the Antarctic Peninsula – Examples from glacially-overrun raised beaches14
Climate sensitivity and geomorphological response of cirque glaciers from the late glacial to the Holocene, Sierra Nevada, Spain14
A review of orbital-scale monsoon variability and dynamics in East Asia during the Quaternary14
The atmospheric moisture budget in the Mediterranean: Mechanisms for seasonal changes in the Last Glacial Maximum and future warming scenario14
Combining Bayesian age models and genetics to investigate population dynamics and extinction of the last mammoths in northern Siberia14
Declining discharge of glacier outburst floods through the Holocene in central Patagonia14
Demographic developments in Stone Age coastal western Norway by proxy of radiocarbon dates, stray finds and palynological data14
Comparing interglacials in eastern Australia: A multi-proxy investigation of a new sedimentary record14
A drowned Mesolithic shell midden complex at Hjarnø Vesterhoved, Denmark and its wider significance14
Sea level change and Kuroshio intrusion dominated Taiwan sediment source-to-sink processes in the northeastern South China Sea over the past 244 kyrs14
Late Pleistocene palaeoenvironments and a possible glacial refugium on northern Vancouver Island, Canada: Evidence for the viability of early human settlement on the northwest coast of North America14
Simulated last deglaciation of the Barents Sea Ice Sheet primarily driven by oceanic conditions14
On the influence of vertical ground movements on Late-Quaternary sea-level records. A comprehensive assessment along the mid-Tyrrhenian coast of Italy (Mediterranean Sea)14
A detailed lake-level reconstruction shows evidence for two abrupt lake drawdowns in the late-stage history of the eastern Lake Agassiz-Ojibway basin14
Hominin occupation of the Tibetan Plateau during the Last Interglacial Complex14
A fiery past: A comparison of glacial and contemporary fire regimes on the Palaeo-Agulhas Plain, Cape Floristic Region14
Holocene history of landscape instability in Iceland: Can we deconvolve the impacts of climate, volcanism and human activity?14
Late pleistocene paleoceanographic changes in the Ross Sea – Glacial-interglacial variations in paleoproductivity, nutrient utilization, and deep-water formation14
Effects of human activities on mountain forest in northern China during the middle Holocene14
New insights from multi-proxy data from the West Antarctic continental rise: Implications for dating and interpreting Late Quaternary palaeoenvironmental records14
Multi-proxy stalagmite records from northern California reveal dynamic patterns of regional hydroclimate over the last glacial cycle13
A new perspective of the Alboran Upwelling System reconstruction during the Marine Isotope Stage 11: A high-resolution coccolithophore record13
Hominin site distributions and behaviours across the Mid-Pleistocene climate transition in China13
Deciphering carnivoran competition for animal resources at the 1.46 Ma early Pleistocene site of Barranco León (Orce, Granada, Spain)13
Metrics of structural change as indicators of chironomid community stability in high latitude lakes13
Interconnected Magdalenian societies as revealed by the circulation of whale bone artefacts in the Pyreneo-Cantabrian region13