Items where Author is "Spiegel, Cornelia"

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Klages, JP, Salzmann, U, Bickert, T, Hillenbrand, CD, Gohl, K, Kuhn, G, Bohaty, SM, Titschack, J, Müller, J, Frederichs, T, Bauersachs, T, Ehrmann, W, van de Flierdt, T, Pereira, PS, Larter, RD, Lohmann, G, Niezgodzki, I, Uenzelmann-Neben, G, Zundel, M, Spiegel, C, Mark, C, Chew, D, Francis, JE, Nehrke, G, Schwarz, F, Smith, JA, Freudenthal, T, Esper, O, Pälike, H, Ronge, TA, Dziadek, R and the Science Team of Expedition PS104 (2020) Temperate rainforests near the South Pole during peak Cretaceous warmth. Nature, 580(7801). 81-86. doi:10.1038/s41586-020-2148-5

Elling, FJ, Spiegel, C, Estrada, S, Davis, DW, Reinhardt, L, Henjes-Kunst, F, Allroggen, N, Dohrmann, R, Piepjohn, K and Lisker, F (2016) Origin of bentonites and detrital zircons of the Paleocene Basilika Formation, Svalbard. Frontiers in Earth Science, 4. doi:10.3389/feart.2016.00073 PANGAEA Supplementary Data

Reiter, W, Elfert, S, Glotzbach, C and Spiegel, C (2015) Plio-Pleistocene evolution of the north Alpine drainage system: new constraints from detrital thermochronology of foreland deposits. International Journal of Earth Sciences, 104(3). 891-907. doi:10.1007/s00531-014-1114-6

Lindow, J, Castex, M, Wittmann, H, Johnson, JS, Lisker, F, Gohl, K and Spiegel, C (2014) Glacial retreat in the Amundsen Sea sector, West Antarctica – first cosmogenic evidence from central Pine Island Bay and the Kohler Range. Quaternary Science Reviews, 98. 166-173. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2014.05.010

Larter, RD, Anderson, JB, Graham, AGC, Gohl, K, Hillenbrand, CD, Jakobsson, M, Johnson, JS, Kuhn, G, Nitsche, FO, Smith, JA, Witus, AE, Bentley, MJ, Dowdeswell, JA, Ehrmann, WU, Klages, JP, Lindow, J, Ó Cofaigh, C and Spiegel, C (2014) Reconstruction of changes in the Amundsen Sea and Bellingshausen Sea sector of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet since the Last Glacial Maximum. Quaternary Science Reviews, 100. 55-86. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2013.10.016

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

Dörr, N, Clift, PD, Lisker, F and Spiegel, C (2013) Why is Svalbard an island? Evidence for two-stage uplift, magmatic underplating, and mantle thermal anomalies. Tectonics, 32(3). 473-486. doi:10.1002/tect.20039

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