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Inglis, GN, Toney, JL, Zhu, J, Poulsen, CJ, Röhl, U, Jamieson, SSR, Pross, J, Cramwinckel, MJ, Krishnan, S, Pagani, M, Bijl, PK and Bendle, J (2022) Enhanced terrestrial carbon export from East Antarctica during the early Eocene. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 37(2). doi:10.1029/2021PA004348

Bentley, MJ, Ó Cofaigh, C, Anderson, JB, Conway, H, Davies, B, Graham, AGC, Hillenbrand, CD, Hodgson, DA, Jamieson, SSR, Larter, RD, Mackintosh, A, Smith, JA, Verleyen, E, Ackert, RP, Bart, PJ, Berg, S, Brunstein, D, Canals, M, Colhoun, EA, Crosta, X, Dickens, WA, Domack, E, Dowdeswell, JA, Dunbar, RB, Ehrmann, WU, Evans, J, Favier, V, Fink, D, Fogwill, CJ, Glasser, NF, Gohl, K, Golledge, NR, Goodwin, I, Gore, DB, Greenwood, SL, Hall, BL, Hall, K, Hedding, DW, Hein, AS, Hocking, EP, Jakobsson, M, Johnson, JS, Jomelli, V, Jones, RS, Klages, JP, Kristoffersen, Y, Kuhn, G, Leventer, A, Licht, K, Lilly, K, Lindow, J, Livingstone, SJ, Massé, G, McGlone, MS, McKay, RM, Melles, M, Miura, H, Mulvaney, R, Nel, W, Nitsche, FO, O'Brien, PE, Post, AL, Roberts, SJ, Saunders, KM, Selkirk, PM, Simms, AR, Spiegel, C, Stolldorf, TD, Sugden, DE, van der Putten, N, van Ommen, TD, Verfaillie, D, Vyverman, W, Wagner, B, White, DA, Witus, AE and Zwartz, D (2014) A community-based geological reconstruction of Antarctic Ice Sheet deglaciation since the Last Glacial Maximum. Quaternary Science Reviews, 100. 1-9. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2014.06.025

Pross, J, Contreras, L, Bijl, PK, Greenwood, DR, Bohaty, SM, Schouten, S, Bendle, JA, Röhl, U, Tauxe, L, Raine, JI, Huck, CE, van de Flierdt, T, Jamieson, SSR, Stickley, CE, van de Schootbrugge, B, Escutia, C, Brinkhuis, H and IODP Expedition 318 Scientists (2012) Persistent near-tropical warmth on the Antarctic continent during the early Eocene epoch. Nature, 488(7409). 73-77. doi:10.1038/nature11300 PANGAEA Supplementary Data

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