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  • Glacier fluctuations in the southern Peruvian Andes during the late-glacial period, constrained with cosmogenic He-3 

    Bromley, Gordon R. M.; Hall, Brenda L.; Schaefer, Joerg M.; Winckler, Gisela; Todd, Claire E.; Rademaker, Kurt M. (Wiley, 2011-01-19)
    The occurrence of pronounced climate reversals during the last glacial termination has long been recognised in palaeoclimate records from both hemispheres and from high to low latitudes. Accurate constraint of both the ...
  • Late Pleistocene snowline fluctuations at Nevado Coropuna (15 degrees S), southern Peruvian Andes 

    Bromley, Gordon R. M.; Hall, Brenda L.; Rademaker, Kurt M.; Todd, Claire E.; Racovteanu, Adina E. (Wiley, 2011-02-09)
    Deposits preserved on peaks in the southern Peruvian Andes are evidence for past glacial fluctuations and, therefore, serve as a record of both the timing and magnitude of past climate change. Moraines corresponding to the ...
  • Relative timing of last glacial maximum and late-glacial events in the central tropical Andes 

    Bromley, Gordon R. M.; Schaefer, Joerg M.; Winckler, Gisela; Hall, Brenda L.; Todd, Claire E.; Rademaker, Kurt M. (Elsevier, 2009-06-18)
    Whether or not tropical climate fluctuated in synchrony with global events during the Late Pleistocene is a key problem in climate research. However, the timing of past climate changes in the tropics remains controversial, ...
  • 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 ...