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Profile: Dr Philip Sexton

Dr Philip Sexton

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Profile: Dr Philip Sexton

Dr Philip Sexton

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Senior Lecturer in Earth Sciences, The Open University.

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Dr Philip Sexton's research

Slah Boulila et al. (2018-03-15) Towards a robust and consistent middle Eocene astronomical timescale, In Earth and Planetary Science Letters(486)

Sietske J. Batenburg et al. (2018-03-01) Late Maastrichtian carbon isotope stratigraphy and cyclostratigraphy of the Newfoundland Margin (Site U1403, IODP Expedition 342), In Newsletters on Stratigraphy 2(51)

Maximilian Vahlenkamp et al. (2018-02-15) Astronomically paced changes in overturning circulation in the Western North Atlantic during the middle Eocene, In Earth and Planetary Science Letters(484)

Thomas B. Chalk et al. (2017-12) Causes of ice-age intensification across the Mid-Pleistocene Transition, In Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America(114)

Marcus Gutjahr et al. (2017-08-31) Very large release of mostly volcanic carbon during the Palaeocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum, In Nature(548)

Marcus Gutjahr, Gavin Foster and Philip F. Sexton (2017-08-30) Volcanic emissions caused the warmest period in past 56m years – new study, In The Conversation, The Conversation

Sietske J. Batenburg et al. (2017-08-14) Late Maastrichtian carbon isotope stratigraphy and cyclostratigraphy of the Newfoundland Margin (Site U1403, IODP Expedition 342), In Newsletters on Stratigraphy

Patrick R. Boyle et al. (2017-03-01) Cenozoic North Atlantic deep circulation history recorded in contourite drifts, offshore Newfoundland, Canada, In Marine Geology(385)

Kate H. Salmon et al. (2016-09-01) Calcification and growth processes in planktonic foraminifera complicate the use of B/Ca and U/Ca as carbonate chemistry proxies, In Earth and Planetary Science Letters(449)

Donald E. Penman et al. (2016-08) An abyssal carbonate compensation depth overshoot in the aftermath of the Palaeocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum, In Nature Geoscience(9)

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