1. Addendum: Plio-Pleistocene climate sensitivity evaluated using high-resolution CO2 records.

    Nature 526(7573):458 (2015) PMID 26287457

  2. Corrigendum: Bipolar seesaw control on last interglacial sea level.

    Nature 526(7571):144 (2015) PMID 26258306

  3. Bipolar seesaw control on last interglacial sea level.

    Nature 522(7555):197 (2015) PMID 26062511

    Our current understanding of ocean-atmosphere-cryosphere interactions at ice-age terminations relies largely on assessments of the most recent (last) glacial-interglacial transition, Termination I (T-I). But the extent to which T-I is representative of previous terminations remains unclear. Test...
  4. Plio-Pleistocene climate sensitivity evaluated using high-resolution CO2 records.

    Nature 518(7537):49 (2015) PMID 25652996

    Theory and climate modelling suggest that the sensitivity of Earth's climate to changes in radiative forcing could depend on the background climate. However, palaeoclimate data have thus far been insufficient to provide a conclusive test of this prediction. Here we present atmospheric carbon dio...
  5. Sea-level and deep-sea-temperature variability over the past 5.3 million years.

    Nature 508(7497):477 (2014) PMID 24739960

    Ice volume (and hence sea level) and deep-sea temperature are key measures of global climate change. Sea level has been documented using several independent methods over the past 0.5 million years (Myr). Older periods, however, lack such independent validation; all existing records are related t...
  6. Sea-level variability over five glacial cycles.

    Nature Communications 5:5076 (2014) PMID 25254503

    Research on global ice-volume changes during Pleistocene glacial cycles is hindered by a lack of detailed sea-level records for time intervals older than the last interglacial. Here we present the first robustly dated, continuous and highly resolved records of Red Sea sea level and rates of sea-...
  7. Rapid coupling between ice volume and polar temperature over the past 150,000 years.

    Nature 491(7426):744 (2012) PMID 23151478

    Current global warming necessitates a detailed understanding of the relationships between climate and global ice volume. Highly resolved and continuous sea-level records are essential for quantifying ice-volume changes. However, an unbiased study of the timing of past ice-volume changes, relativ...
  8. Regional synthesis of Mediterranean atmospheric circulation during the Last Glacial Maximum.

    Science 321(5894):1338 (2008) PMID 18669823

    Atmospheric circulation leaves few direct traces in the geological record, making reconstructions of this crucial element of the climate system inherently difficult. We produced a regional Mediterranean synthesis of paleo-proxy data from the sea surface to alpine altitudes. This provides a detai...
  9. Sea-level fluctuations during the last glacial cycle.

    Nature 423(6942):853 (2003) PMID 12815427

    The last glacial cycle was characterized by substantial millennial-scale climate fluctuations, but the extent of any associated changes in global sea level (or, equivalently, ice volume) remains elusive. Highstands of sea level can be reconstructed from dated fossil coral reef terraces, and thes...