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FTIR spectra from grass pollen: A quest for species-level resolution of Poaceae and Cerealia-type pollen grains (2023)
Journal Article

Palynological analysis based on spore and pollen morphology is well established in the field of palaeo-environmental reconstruction but is currently not fully exploited for understanding the history and development of cereal cultivation due to diffic... Read More about FTIR spectra from grass pollen: A quest for species-level resolution of Poaceae and Cerealia-type pollen grains.

Response to Comment on "Dying in the Sun: Direct evidence for elevated UV-B radiation at the end-Permian mass extinction" (2023)
Journal Article

Seddon and Zimmermann have raised questions about the evidence for increased UV-B flux across the end-Permian mass extinction (EPME) that was presented in our recent study, specifically regarding the measurement of UV-B-absorbing compound (UAC) level... Read More about Response to Comment on "Dying in the Sun: Direct evidence for elevated UV-B radiation at the end-Permian mass extinction".

Ginkgo leaf cuticle chemistry across changing pCO2 regimes (2019)
Journal Article
Jardine, P. E., Kent, M., Fraser, W. T., & Lomax, B. H. (2019). Ginkgo leaf cuticle chemistry across changing pCO2 regimes. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 93(3), 549-558. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12542-019-00486-7

Cuticles have been a key part of palaeobotanical research since the mid-19th Century. Recently, cuticular research has moved beyond morphological traits to incorporate the chemical signature of modern and fossil cuticles, with the aim of using this a... Read More about Ginkgo leaf cuticle chemistry across changing pCO2 regimes.