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His studies link Testate amoebae with Peat. His Testate amoebae study frequently links to related topics such as Peat. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Physical geography and Earth system science in his work. While working in this field, he studies both Earth system science and Physical geography. He combines Ecology and Trophic level in his research. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Trophic level and Ecosystem. His Ecosystem study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Carbon flux. While working in this field, Graeme T. Swindles studies both Sphagnum and Tundra. Graeme T. Swindles merges many fields, such as Tundra and Sphagnum, in his writings.
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Climate-related changes in peatland carbon accumulation during the last millennium
D. J. Charman;D. W. Beilman;M. Blaauw;R. K. Booth.
Latitudinal limits to the predicted increase of the peatland carbon sink with warming
Angela V. Gallego-Sala;Daniel J. Charman;Simon Brewer;Susan E. Page.
Nature Climate Change (2018)
Coring and sub-sampling of peatlands for palaeoenvironmental research
Mires and Peat (2010)
A 4500-year proxy climate record from peatlands in the North of Ireland: the identification of widespread summer ‘drought phases’?
Quaternary Science Reviews (2010)
Development of a new pan-European testate amoeba transfer function for reconstructing peatland palaeohydrology
Quaternary Science Reviews (2016)
Ecohydrological feedbacks confound peat-based climate reconstructions
Geophysical Research Letters (2012)
A delayed climatic response to solar forcing at 2800 cal. BP: multiproxy evidence from three Irish peatlands:
The Holocene (2007)
Environmental controls on peatland testate amoebae (Protozoa: Rhizopoda) in the North of Ireland: Implications for Holocene palaeoclimate studies
Journal of Paleolimnology (2009)
Widespread drying of European peatlands in recent centuries
Graeme T. Swindles;Graeme T. Swindles;Graeme T. Swindles;Paul J. Morris;Donal J. Mullan;Richard J. Payne.
Nature Geoscience (2019)
The long-term fate of permafrost peatlands under rapid climate warming
Graeme T. Swindles;Paul J. Morris;Donal Mullan;Elizabeth J. Watson.
Scientific Reports (2016)
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