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Guy J Harrington
Guy J Harrington
University of Birmingham, PetroStrat Ltd
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Transient floral change and rapid global warming at the Paleocene-Eocene boundary
SL Wing, GJ Harrington, FA Smith, JI Bloch, DM Boyer, KH Freeman
Science 310 (5750), 993-996, 2005
6262005
Exploring deep microbial life in coal-bearing sediment down to~ 2.5 km below the ocean floor
F Inagaki, KU Hinrichs, Y Kubo, MW Bowles, VB Heuer, WL Hong, ...
Science 349 (6246), 420-424, 2015
3642015
Miocene flooding events of western Amazonia
C Jaramillo, I Romero, C D’Apolito, G Bayona, E Duarte, S Louwye, ...
Science advances 3 (5), e1601693, 2017
1452017
Floral response to rapid warming in the earliest Eocene and implications for concurrent faunal change
SL Wing, GJ Harrington
Paleobiology 27 (3), 539-563, 2001
1092001
Warming, euxinia and sea level rise during the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum on the Gulf Coastal Plain: implications for ocean oxygenation and nutrient cycling
A Sluijs, L Van Roij, GJ Harrington, S Schouten, JA Sessa, LJ LeVay, ...
Climate of the Past 10 (4), 1421-1439, 2014
992014
The palynology of the Cerrejón Formation (upper Paleocene) of northern Colombia
CA Jaramillo, G Bayona, A Pardo-Trujillo, M Rueda, V Torres, ...
Palynology 31 (1), 153-189, 2007
912007
Paratropical floral extinction in the Late Palaeocene–early Eocene
GJ Harrington, CA Jaramillo
Journal of the Geological Society 164 (2), 323-332, 2007
712007
Palynological evidence of vegetation dynamics in response to palaeoenvironmental change across the onset of the Paleocene‐Eocene Thermal Maximum at Cobham, Southern England
ME Collinson, DC Steart, GJ Harrington, JJ Hooker, AC Scott, LO Allen, ...
Grana 48 (1), 38-66, 2009
592009
Floral change during the initial Eocene thermal maximum in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming
GJ Harrington
Causes and consequences of globally warm climates in the early Paleogene 369 …, 2003
572003
Palaeocene–Eocene paratropical floral change in North America: responses to climate change and plant immigration
GJ Harrington, SJ Kemp, PL Koch
Journal of the Geological Society 161 (2), 173-184, 2004
492004
Terrestrial records of a regional weathering profile at the Paleocene-Eocene boundary in the Williston Basin of North Dakota
ER Clechenko, DC Kelly, GJ Harrington, CA Stiles
Geological Society of America Bulletin 119 (3-4), 428-442, 2007
472007
Impact of Paleocene/Eocene greenhouse warming on North American paratropical forests
GJ Harrington
Palaios 16 (3), 266-278, 2001
462001
Arctic plant diversity in the Early Eocene greenhouse
GJ Harrington, J Eberle, BA Le-Page, M Dawson, JH Hutchison
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1733), 1515-1521, 2012
442012
Changes in spore chemistry and appearance with increasing maturity
WT Fraser, JS Watson, MA Sephton, BH Lomax, G Harrington, ...
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 201, 41-46, 2014
432014
Wasatchian (Early Eocene) pollen floras from the Red Hot Truck Stop, Mississippi, USA
GJ Harrington
Palaeontology 46 (4), 725-738, 2003
392003
Variability in coal facies as reflected by organic petrological and geochemical data in Cenozoic coal beds offshore Shimokita (Japan)-IODP Exp. 337
D Gross, A Bechtel, GJ Harrington
International Journal of Coal Geology 152, 63-79, 2015
362015
US Gulf Coast vegetation dynamics during the latest Palaeocene
GJ Harrington, SJ Kemp
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 167 (1-2), 1-21, 2001
352001
A novel palaeoaltimetry proxy based on spore and pollen wall chemistry
BH Lomax, WT Fraser, G Harrington, S Blackmore, MA Sephton, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 353, 22-28, 2012
332012
Geographic patterns in the floral response to Paleocene-Eocene warming
GJ Harrington, SL Wing, PD Gingerich, B Schmitz, E Thomas
Special Papers-Geological Society of America, 381-394, 2003
332003
Comparisons between Palaeocene–Eocene paratropical swamp and marginal marine pollen floras from Alabama and Mississippi, USA
GJ Harrington
Palaeontology 51 (3), 611-622, 2008
312008
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