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Professor Paul Valdes
Professor Paul Valdes
Professor of Physical Geography
- Roberts, WHG, Valdes, PJ & Payne, AJ 2014, A new constraint on the size of Heinrich Events from an iceberg/sediment model. Earth and Planetary Science Letters., pp. 1-9
- Hopcroft, PO, Valdes, PJ, Wania, R & Beerling, D 2014, Limited response of peatland CH4 emissions to abrupt Atlantic Ocean circulation changes in glacial climates. Climate of the Past, vol 10., pp. 137-154
- Williams, J, Totterdell, I, Halloran, P & Valdes, PJ 2014, Numerical simulations of oceanic oxygen cycling in the FAMOUS Earth-System model: FAMOUS-ES, version 1.0. Geoscientific Model Development Discussion, vol 5., pp. 1453
- Davies-Barnard, T, Valdes, PJ, Jones, CD & Singarayer, JS 2014, Sensitivity of a coupled climate model to canopy interception capacity. Climate Dynamics, vol 42., pp. 1715-1732
- Davies-Barnard, T, Valdes, PJ, Singarayer, JS & Jones, CD 2014, Climatic impacts of land-use change due to crop yield increases and a universal carbon tax from a scenario model. Journal of Climate, vol 27., pp. 1413-1424
- Gasson, E, Lunt, DJ, Deconto, R, Goldner, A, Heinemann, M, Huber, M, Legrande, AN, Pollard, D, Sagoo, N, Siddall, M, Winguth, A & Valdes, PJ 2014, Uncertainties in the modelled CO2 threshold for Antarctic glaciation. Climate of the Past, vol 10., pp. 451-466
- Hopcroft, PO & Valdes, PJ 2014, Last glacial maximum constraints on the Earth System model HadGEM2-ES. Climate Dynamics.
- Huntley, B, Midgley, GF, Barnard, P & Valdes, PJ 2014, Suborbital climatic variability and centres of biological diversity in the Cape region of southern Africa. Journal of Biogeography, vol 41., pp. 1338-1351
- Zheng, Y, Singarayer, JS, Cheng, P, Yu, X, Liu, Z, Valdes, PJ & Pancost, RD 2014, Holocene variations in peatland methane cycling associated with the Asian summer monsoon system. Nature Communications, vol 5.
- Roberts, WHG, Valdes, PJ & Payne, AJ 2014, Topography's crucial role in Heinrich Events. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol 111., pp. 16688-16693
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