2018 (7)
Estimating Modern Elevations of Pliocene Shorelines Using a Coupled Ice Sheet-Earth-Sea Level Model. Pollard, D.; Gomez, N.; DeConto, R., M.; and Han, H., K. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 123(9): 2279-2291. 2018.
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Reply to Hearty and Tormey: Use the scientific method to test geologic hypotheses, because rocks do not whisper. Rovere, A.; Casella, E.; Harris, D., L.; Lorscheid, T.; Nandasena, N., A., K.; Dyer, B.; Sandstrom, M., R.; Stocchi, P.; D’Andrea, W., J.; and Raymo, M., E. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115(13): E2904--E2905. 2018.
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The accuracy of mid-Pliocene δ18O-based ice volume and sea level reconstructions. Raymo, M., E.; Kozdon, R.; Evans, D.; Lisiecki, L.; and Ford, H., L. Earth-science reviews, 177: 291-302. 2018.
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Effects of dynamic topography on the Cenozoic carbonate compensation depth. Campbell, S., M.; Moucha, R.; Derry, L., A.; and Raymo, M., E. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 19(4): 1025-1034. 2018.
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A Coupled Ice Sheet–Sea Level Model Incorporating 3D Earth Structure: Variations in Antarctica during the Last Deglacial Retreat. Gomez, N.; Latychev, K.; and Pollard, D. Journal of Climate, 31(10): 4041-4054. 2018.
A Coupled Ice Sheet–Sea Level Model Incorporating 3D Earth Structure: Variations in Antarctica during the Last Deglacial Retreat [link]Website   bibtex   abstract
A continuum model (PSUMEL1) of ice mélange and its role during retreat of the Antarctic Ice Sheet. Pollard, D.; DeConto, R., M.; and Alley, R., B. Geosci. Model Dev., 11(12): 5149-5172. 12 2018.
A continuum model (PSUMEL1) of ice mélange and its role during retreat of the Antarctic Ice Sheet [pdf]Website   bibtex
Numerical simulations of a kilometre-thick Arctic ice shelf consistent with ice grounding observations. Gasson, E., G., W.; DeConto, R., M.; Pollard, D.; and Clark, C., D. Nature Communications, 9(1): 1510. 2018.
Numerical simulations of a kilometre-thick Arctic ice shelf consistent with ice grounding observations [link]Website   bibtex   abstract
  2017 (6)
Sea-level change and superstorms; geologic evidence from the last interglacial (MIS 5e) in the Bahamas and Bermuda offers ominous prospects for a warming Earth. Hearty, P., J.; and Tormey, B., R. Marine Geology, 390: 347-365. 2017.
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Variations of the Antarctic Ice Sheet in a Coupled Ice Sheet-Earth-Sea Level Model: Sensitivity to Viscoelastic Earth Properties. Pollard, D.; Gomez, N.; and Deconto, R., M. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 122(11): 2124-2138. 2017.
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Giant boulders and Last Interglacial storm intensity in the North Atlantic. Rovere, A.; Casella, E.; Harris, D., L.; Lorscheid, T.; Nandasena, N., A., K.; Dyer, B.; Sandstrom, M., R.; Stocchi, P.; D'Andrea, W., J.; and Raymo, M., E. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America,201712433. 10 2017.
Giant boulders and Last Interglacial storm intensity in the North Atlantic. [link]Website   bibtex   abstract
The influence of true polar wander on glacial inception in North America. Daradich, A.; Huybers, P.; Mitrovica, J., X.; Chan, N.; and Austermann, J. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 461: 96-104. 2017.
The influence of true polar wander on glacial inception in North America [link]Website   bibtex   abstract
Detection of a dynamic topography signal in last interglacial sea-level records. Austermann, J.; Mitrovica, J., X.; Huybers, P.; and Rovere, A. Science Advances, 3(7). 2017.
Detection of a dynamic topography signal in last interglacial sea-level records [link]Website   bibtex   abstract
Sensitivity of Last Interglacial sea-level high stands to ice sheet configuration during Marine Isotope Stage 6. Dendy, S.; Austermann, J.; Creveling, J., R.; and Mitrovica, J., X. Quaternary Science Reviews, 171: 234-244. 2017.
Sensitivity of Last Interglacial sea-level high stands to ice sheet configuration during Marine Isotope Stage 6 [link]Website   bibtex   abstract
  2016 (19)
The analysis of Last Interglacial (MIS 5e) relative sea-level indicators: Reconstructing sea-level in a warmer world. Rovere, A.; Raymo, M., E.; Vacchi, M.; Lorscheid, T.; Stocchi, P.; Gómez-Pujol, L.; Harris, D., L.; Casella, E.; O’Leary, M., J.; and Hearty, P., J. Earth-Science Reviews, 159: 404-427. 2016.
The analysis of Last Interglacial (MIS 5e) relative sea-level indicators: Reconstructing sea-level in a warmer world [link]Website   bibtex
Palaeo-sea-level and palaeo-ice-sheet databases: problems, strategies, and perspectives. Düsterhus, A.; Rovere, A.; Carlson, A., E.; Horton, B., P.; Klemann, V.; Tarasov, L.; Barlow, N., L., M.; Bradwell, T.; Clark, J.; Dutton, A.; Gehrels, W., R.; Hibbert, F., D.; Hijma, M., P.; Khan, N.; Kopp, R., E.; Sivan, D.; and Törnqvist, T., E. Climate of the Past, 12(4): 911-921. 2016.
Palaeo-sea-level and palaeo-ice-sheet databases: problems, strategies, and perspectives [link]Website   bibtex   abstract
Ice melt, sea level rise and superstorms: evidence from paleoclimate data, climate modeling, and modern observations that 2 C global warming could be dangerous. Hansen, J.; Sato, M.; Hearty, P.; Ruedy, R.; Kelley, M.; Masson-Delmotte, V.; Russell, G.; Tselioudis, G.; Cao, J.; Rignot, E.; and others Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 16(6): 3761-3812. 2016.
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Modeling the oxygen isotope composition of the Antarctic ice sheet and its significance to Pliocene sea level. Gasson, E.; DeConto, R., M.; and Pollard, D. Geology, 44(10): 827-830. 2016.
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Antarctic ice sheet sensitivity to atmospheric CO2 variations in the early to mid-Miocene. Levy, R.; Harwood, D.; Florindo, F.; Sangiorgi, F.; Tripati, R.; Von Eynatten, H.; Gasson, E.; Kuhn, G.; Tripati, A.; DeConto, R.; and others Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(13): 3453-3458. 2016.
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Inferences of mantle viscosity based on ice age data sets: Radial structure. Lau, H., C., P.; Mitrovica, J., X.; Austermann, J.; Crawford, O.; Al-Attar, D.; and Latychev, K. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 121(10): 6991-7012. 2016.
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Large ensemble modeling of the last deglacial retreat of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet: comparison of simple and advanced statistical techniques. Pollard, D.; Chang, W.; Haran, M.; Applegate, P.; and DeConto, R. . 2016.
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Interhemispheric bias in earth's climate response to orbital forcing. Roychowdhury, R.; and DeConto, R., M. Climate of the Past, 2016(1): 1. 2016.
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Windblown Pliocene diatoms and East antarctic ice sheet retreat. Scherer, R., P.; DeConto, R., M.; Pollard, D.; and Alley, R., B. Nature communications, 7: 12957. 2016.
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An early Pleistocene Mg/Ca-$δ$18O record from the Gulf of Mexico: Evaluating ice sheet size and pacing in the 41-kyr world. Shakun, J., D.; Raymo, M., E.; and Lea, D., W. Paleoceanography, 31(7): 1011-1027. 2016.
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Reply to: Terry, J. and Goff, J. comment on “Late Cenozoic sea level and the rise of modern rimmed atolls” by Toomey et al.(2016), Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 451: 73--83. Toomey, M., R.; Ashton, A., D.; Raymo, M., E.; and Perron, J., T. . 2016.
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Trigger seen for antarctic collapse: continued growth of greenhouse-gas emissions this century could raise sea levels more than 15 metres by 2500. Tollefson, J. Nature, 531(7596): 562-563. 2016.
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Late Cenozoic sea level and the rise of modern rimmed atolls. Toomey, M., R.; Ashton, A., D.; Raymo, M., E.; and Perron, J., T. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 451: 73-83. 2016.
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Antarctic Ice Sheet variability across the Eocene-Oligocene boundary climate transition. Galeotti, S.; DeConto, R.; Naish, T.; Stocchi, P.; Florindo, F.; Pagani, M.; Barrett, P.; Bohaty, S., M.; Lanci, L.; Pollard, D.; and others Science, 352(6281): 76-80. 2016.
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Antarctica’s contribution to Last Interglacial and future sea-level rise. DeConto, R., M.; and Pollard, D. Nature, 531: 591-597. 2016.
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Dynamic Antarctic ice sheet during the early to mid-Miocene. Gasson, E.; DeConto, R., M.; Pollard, D.; and Levy, R., H. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(13): 3459-3464. 2016.
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A high-resolution mid-Pleistocene temperature record from Arctic Lake El'gygytgyn: a 50 kyr super interglacial from MIS 33 to MIS 31?. Gregory, A.; Castañeda, I., S.; DeConto, R., M.; and Brigham-Grette, J. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 436: 56-63. 2016.
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A high-resolution mid-Pleistocene temperature record from Arctic Lake El'gygytgyn: a 50 kyr super interglacial from MIS 33 to MIS 31?. de Wet, G., A.; Castañeda, I., S.; DeConto, R., M.; and Brigham-Grette, J. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 436: 56-63. 2 2016.
A high-resolution mid-Pleistocene temperature record from Arctic Lake El'gygytgyn: a 50 kyr super interglacial from MIS 33 to MIS 31? [pdf]Paper   A high-resolution mid-Pleistocene temperature record from Arctic Lake El'gygytgyn: a 50 kyr super interglacial from MIS 33 to MIS 31? [link]Website   bibtex   abstract
Antarctic ice sheet sensitivity to atmospheric CO2 variations in the early to mid-Miocene. Levy, R.; Harwood, D.; Florindo, F.; Sangiorgi, F.; Tripati, R.; Eynatten, H., v.; Gasson, E.; Kuhn, G.; Tripati, A.; DeConto, R.; Fielding, C.; Field, B.; Golledge, N.; McKay, R.; Naish, T.; Olney, M.; Pollard, D.; Schouten, S.; Talarico, F.; Warny, S.; Willmott, V.; Acton, G.; Panter, K.; Paulsen, T.; Taviani, M.; and Team, S., S. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(13): 3453-3458. 3 2016.
Antarctic ice sheet sensitivity to atmospheric CO2 variations in the early to mid-Miocene [pdf]Paper   Antarctic ice sheet sensitivity to atmospheric CO2 variations in the early to mid-Miocene [link]Website   bibtex   abstract
  2015 (13)
Mid-Pliocene shorelines of the US Atlantic Coastal Plain — An improved elevation database with comparison to Earth model predictions. Rovere, a.; Hearty, P.; Austermann, J.; Mitrovica, J.; Gale, J.; Moucha, R.; Forte, A.; and Raymo, M. Earth-Science Reviews, 145: 117-131. 2015.
Mid-Pliocene shorelines of the US Atlantic Coastal Plain — An improved elevation database with comparison to Earth model predictions [link]Website   bibtex
Palaeo sea-level and ice-sheet databases: problems, strategies and perspectives. Düsterhus, A.; Rovere, A.; Carlson, A., E.; Barlow, N., L., M.; Bradwell, T.; Dutton, A.; Gehrels, R.; Hibbert, F., D.; Hijma, M., P.; Horton, B., P.; Klemann, V.; Kopp, R., E.; Sivan, D.; Tarasov, L.; and Törnqvist, T., E. Climate of the Past Discussions, 11(3): 2389-2404. 2015.
Palaeo sea-level and ice-sheet databases: problems, strategies and perspectives [link]Website   bibtex
Fixed biological indicators. Rovere, A.; Antonioli, F.; and Bianchi, C., N. 18, pages 268-280. Wiley Online Library, 2015.
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Antarctic bedrock topography uncertainty and ice sheet stability. Gasson, E.; DeConto, R.; and Pollard, D. Geophysical Research Letters, 42(13): 5372-5377. 2015.
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Potential Antarctic Ice Sheet retreat driven by hydrofracturing and ice cliff failure. Pollard, D.; DeConto, R., M.; and Alley, R., B. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 412: 112-121. 2015.
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Ice sheet model dependency of the simulated Greenland Ice Sheet in the mid-Pliocene. Koenig, S., J.; Dolan, A., M.; de Boer, B.; Stone, E., J.; Hill, D., J.; DeConto, R., M.; Abe-Ouchi, A.; Lunt, D., J.; Pollard, D.; Quiquet, A.; and others Climate of the Past, 11(3): 369-381. 2015.
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Simulating the Antarctic ice sheet in the late-Pliocene warm period: PLISMIP-ANT, an ice-sheet model intercomparison project. de Boer, B.; Dolan, A., M.; Bernales, J.; Gasson, E.; Golledge, N., R.; Sutter, J.; Huybrechts, P.; Lohmann, G.; Rogozhina, I.; Abe-Ouchi, A.; and others The Cryosphere, 9: 881-903. 2015.
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Sea-level rise due to polar ice-sheet mass loss during past warm periods. Dutton, A.; Carlson, A., E.; Long, A., J.; Milne, G., A.; Clark, P., U.; DeConto, R.; Horton, B., P.; Rahmstorf, S.; and Raymo, M., E. Science, 349(6244): aaa4019. 2015.
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Paleo Constraints on Future Sea-Level Rise. Kemp, A., C.; Dutton, A.; and Raymo, M., E. Current Climate Change Reports, 1(3): 205-215. 2015.
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Sea-level feedback lowers projections of future Antarctic Ice-Sheet mass loss. Gomez, N.; Pollard, D.; and Holland, D. Nature Communications, 6: 1-8. 2015.
Sea-level feedback lowers projections of future Antarctic Ice-Sheet mass loss [link]Website   bibtex   abstract
Antarctic glacio-eustatic contributions to late Miocene Mediterranean desiccation and reflooding. Ohneiser, C.; Florindo, F.; Stocchi, P.; Roberts, A., P.; DeConto, R., M.; and Pollard, D. Nature communications, 6: 8765. 2015.
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Large ensemble modeling of last deglacial retreat of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet: Comparison of simple and advanced statistical techniques. Pollard, D.; Chang, W.; Haran, M.; Applegate, P.; and DeConto, R. Geoscientific Model Development Discussions, 8: 9925-9963. 2015.
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The impact of dynamic topography change on Antarctic ice sheet stability during the mid-Pliocene warm period. Austermann, J.; Pollard, D.; Mitrovica, J., X.; Moucha, R.; Forte, A., M.; DeConto, R., M.; Rowley, D., B.; and Raymo, M., E. Geology, 43(10): 927-930. 2015.
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  2014 (7)
The Mid-Pliocene sea-level conundrum: Glacial isostasy, eustasy and dynamic topography. Rovere, A.; Raymo, M., E.; Mitrovica, J., X.; Hearty, P., J.; OʼLeary, M., J.; and Inglis, J., D. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 387: 27-33. 2014.
The Mid-Pliocene sea-level conundrum: Glacial isostasy, eustasy and dynamic topography [link]Website   bibtex
Study of wave runup using numerical models and low-altitude aerial photogrammetry : A tool for coastal management. Casella, E.; Rovere, A.; Pedroncini, A.; Mucerino, L.; Casella, M.; Cusati, A., L.; Vacchi, M.; Ferrari, M.; and Firpo, M. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 149: 160-167. 8 2014.
Study of wave runup using numerical models and low-altitude aerial photogrammetry : A tool for coastal management [link]Website   bibtex
Orbital forcing of the East Antarctic ice sheet during the Pliocene and Early Pleistocene. Patterson, M., O.; McKay, R.; Naish, T.; Escutia, C.; Jimenez-Espejo, F., J.; Raymo, M., E.; Meyers, S., R.; Tauxe, L.; Brinkhuis, H.; Expedition, I.; and others Nature Geoscience, 7(11): 841-847. 2014.
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Impact of reduced Arctic sea ice on Greenland ice sheet variability in a warmer than present climate. Koenig, S., J.; DeConto, R., M.; and Pollard, D. Geophysical Research Letters, 41(11): 3933-3942. 2014.
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Deglacial ice sheet meltdown: orbital pacemaking and CO 2 effects. Heinemann, M.; Timmermann, A.; Elison Timm, O.; Saito, F.; and Abe-Ouchi, A. Climate of the Past, 10(4): 1567-1579. 2014.
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Uncertainties in the modelled CO 2 threshold for Antarctic glaciation. Gasson, E.; Lunt, D., J.; DeConto, R.; Goldner, A.; Heinemann, M.; Huber, M.; LeGrande, A., N.; Pollard, D.; Sagoo, N.; Siddall, M.; and others Climate of the Past, 10(2): 451-466. 2014.
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Refining estimates of polar ice volumes during the MIS11 Interglacial using sea level records from South Africa. Chen, F.; Friedman, S.; Gertler, C., G.; Looney, J.; O’Connell, N.; Sierks, K.; and Mitrovica, J., X. Journal of Climate, 27(23): 8740-8746. 2014.
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  2013 (8)
An updated database of Holocene relative sea level changes in NE Aegean Sea. Vacchi, M.; Rovere, A.; Chatzipetros, A.; Zouros, N.; and Firpo, M. Quaternary International, 328-329: 301-310. 4 2013.
An updated database of Holocene relative sea level changes in NE Aegean Sea [link]Website   bibtex
Initiation of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet and estimates of total Antarctic ice volume in the earliest Oligocene. Wilson, D., S.; Pollard, D.; DeConto, R., M.; Jamieson, S., S., R.; and Luyendyk, B., P. Geophysical research letters, 40(16): 4305-4309. 2013.
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Dynamic topography change of the eastern United States since 3 million years ago. Rowley, D., B.; Forte, A., M.; Moucha, R.; Mitrovica, J., X.; Simmons, N., A.; and Grand, S., P. Science, 340(6140): 1560-1563. 2013.
Dynamic topography change of the eastern United States since 3 million years ago. [link]Website   bibtex   abstract
Barbados-based estimate of ice volume at Last Glacial Maximum affected by subducted plate. Austermann, J.; Mitrovica, J., X.; Latychev, K.; and Milne, G., A. Nature Geoscience, 6(7): 553-557. 2013.
Barbados-based estimate of ice volume at Last Glacial Maximum affected by subducted plate [link]Website   bibtex   abstract
Relative sea-level rise around East Antarctica during Oligocene glaciation. Stocchi, P.; Escutia, C.; Houben, A., J., P.; Vermeersen, B., L., A.; Bijl, P., K.; Brinkhuis, H.; DeConto, R., M.; Galeotti, S.; Passchier, S.; Pollard, D.; Klaus, A.; Fehr, A.; Williams, T.; Bendle, J., A., P.; Bohaty, S., M.; Carr, S., A.; Dunbar, R., B.; Flores, J., A.; Gonzàlez, J., J.; Hayden, T., G.; Iwai, M.; Jimenez-Espejo, F., J.; Katsuki, K.; Kong, G., S.; McKay, R., M.; Nakai, M.; Olney, M., P.; Pekar, S., F.; Pross, J.; Riesselman, C.; Röhl, U.; Sakai, T.; Shrivastava, P., K.; Stickley, C., E.; Sugisaki, S.; Tauxe, L.; Tuo, S.; van de Flierdt, T.; Welsh, K.; and Yamane, M. Nature Geoscience, 6(5): 380-384. 2013.
Relative sea-level rise around East Antarctica during Oligocene glaciation [link]Website   bibtex   abstract
A 3-D coupled ice sheet--sea level model applied to Antarctica through the last 40 ky. Gomez, N.; Pollard, D.; and Mitrovica, J., X. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 384: 88-99. 2013.
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Ice sheet collapse following a prolonged period of stable sea level during the last interglacial. O’Leary, M., J.; Hearty, P., J.; Thompson, W., G.; Raymo, M., E.; Mitrovica, J., X.; and Webster, J., M. Nature Geoscience, 6(9): 796-800. 2013.
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Assessing "dangerous climate change": required reduction of carbon emissions to protect young people, future generations and nature. Hansen, J.; Kharecha, P.; Sato, M.; Masson-Delmotte, V.; Ackerman, F.; Beerling, D., J.; Hearty, P., J.; Hoegh-Guldberg, O.; Hsu, S.; Parmesan, C.; Rockstrom, J.; Rohling, E., J.; Sachs, J.; Smith, P.; Steffen, K.; Van Susteren, L.; von Schuckmann, K.; and Zachos, J., C. PloS one, 8(12): e81648. 2013.
Assessing "dangerous climate change": required reduction of carbon emissions to protect young people, future generations and nature. [link]Website   bibtex   abstract
  2012 (6)
Crowdsourcing in the Quaternary sea level community: insights from the Pliocene. Rovere, a.; Raymo, M.; O'Leary, M.; and Hearty, P. Quaternary Science Reviews, 56: 164-166. 11 2012.
Crowdsourcing in the Quaternary sea level community: insights from the Pliocene [link]Website   bibtex
Collapse of polar ice sheets during the stage 11 interglacial. Raymo, M., E.; and Mitrovica, J., X. Nature, 483(7390): 453-456. 2012.
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Evolution of a coupled marine ice sheet--sea level model. Gomez, N.; Pollard, D.; Mitrovica, J., X.; Huybers, P.; and Clark, P., U. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface (2003--2012), 117(F1). 2012.
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Miocene to recent ice elevation variations from the interior of the West Antarctic ice sheet: Constraints from geologic observations, cosmogenic nuclides and ice sheet modeling. Mukhopadhyay, S.; Ackert, R., P.; Pope, A., E.; Pollard, D.; and DeConto, R., M. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 337: 243-251. 2012.
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Description of a hybrid ice sheet-shelf model, and application to Antarctica. Pollard, D.; and DeConto, R., M. Geosci. Model Dev., 5: 1273-1295. 2012.
Description of a hybrid ice sheet-shelf model, and application to Antarctica [pdf]Website   bibtex   abstract
A simple inverse method for the distribution of basal sliding coefficients under ice sheets, applied to Antarctica. Pollard, D.; and DeConto, R., M. The Cryosphere, 6(5): 953. 2012.
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  2011 (1)
Departures from eustasy in Pliocene sea-level records. Raymo, M., E.; Mitrovica, J., X.; O’Leary, M., J.; DeConto, R., M.; and Hearty, P., J. Nature Geoscience, 4(5): 328-332. 2011.
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  2009 (1)
PLIOMAX: Pliocene maximum sea level project. Raymo, M., E.; Hearty, P.; De Conto, R.; O'Leary, M., J.; Dowsett, H., J.; Robinson, M., M.; and Mitrovica, J., X. Pages news, 17(2). 2009.
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