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  • Comment on ‘Was Scotland deglaciated during the Younger Dryas?’ by Small and Fabel (2016) 

    Bromley, Gordon R.M.; Putnam, Aaron E.; Lowell, Thomas V.; Hall, Brenda L.; Schaefer, Joerg M. (Elsevier, 2016-10-04)
    The course of climatic events in Scotland and the broader North Atlantic region during the glacial termination has important implications for our understanding of the causes and mechanisms of abrupt climate change but ...
  • In situ10Be production-rate calibration from a 14C-dated late-glacial moraine belt in Rannoch Moor, central Scottish Highlands 

    Putnam, Aaron E.; Bromley, Gordon R.M.; Rademaker, Kurt; Schaefer, Joerg M. (Elsevier, 2018-11-23)
    An objective of terrestrial in situ cosmogenic nuclide research is to obtain precise and accurate production-rate estimates on the basis of geological calibration sites from a diverse range of latitudes and altitudes. ...
  • Interstadial rise and Younger Dryas demise of Scotland's last ice fields 

    Bromley, Gordon R.M.; Putnam, Aaron E.; Borns Jr, H.; Lowell, T.; Sandford, T.; Barrell, D. (American Geophysical Union, 2018-04-06)
    Establishing the atmospheric expression of abrupt climate change during the last glacial termination is key to understanding driving mechanisms. In this paper, we present a new 14C chronology of glacier behavior during ...
  • Younger Dryas deglaciation of Scotland driven by warming summers 

    Bromley, Gordon R. M.; Putnam, Aaron E.; Rademaker, Kurt M.; Lowell, Thomas V.; Schaefer, Joerg M.; Hall, Brenda; Winckler, Gisela; Birkel, Sean D.; Borns, Harold W. (National Academy of Sciences, 2014-04-14)
    The Younger Dryas Stadial (YDS; similar to 12,900-11,600 y ago) in the Northern Hemisphere is classically defined by abrupt cooling and renewed glaciation during the last glacial- interglacial transition. Although this ...