Timothy Herbert
Timothy Herbert
Professor of Geological Sciences, Brown University
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Milankovitch climatic origin of mid-Cretaceous black shale rhythms in central Italy
TD Herbert, AG Fischer
Nature 321 (6072), 739-743, 1986
Last interglacial climates
GJ Kukla, ML Bender, JL de Beaulieu, G Bond, WS Broecker, ...
USGS Staff--Published Research, 174, 2002
Late Miocene global cooling and the rise of modern ecosystems
TD Herbert, KT Lawrence, A Tzanova, LC Peterson, R Caballero-Gill, ...
Nature Geoscience 9 (11), 843-847, 2016
Collapse of the California Current during glacial maxima linked to climate change on land
TD Herbert, JD Schuffert, D Andreasen, L Heusser, M Lyle, A Mix, ...
Science 293 (5527), 71-76, 2001
Evolution of the eastern tropical Pacific through Plio-Pleistocene glaciation
KT Lawrence, Z Liu, TD Herbert
Science 312 (5770), 79-83, 2006
Tropical ocean temperatures over the past 3.5 million years
TD Herbert, LC Peterson, KT Lawrence, Z Liu
science 328 (5985), 1530-1534, 2010
Astronomical calibration of the Matuyama-Brunhes boundary: Consequences for magnetic remanence acquisition in marine carbonates and the Asian loess sequences
L Tauxe, T Herbert, NJ Shackleton, YS Kok
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 140 (1-4), 133-146, 1996
Temperature and precipitation history of the Arctic
GH Miller, J Brigham-Grette, RB Alley, L Anderson, HA Bauch, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 29 (15-16), 1679-1715, 2010
High‐resolution climatic evolution of coastal northern California during the past 16,000 years
JA Barron, L Heusser, T Herbert, M Lyle
Paleoceanography 18 (1), 2003
Greatly expanded tropical warm pool and weakened Hadley circulation in the early Pliocene
CM Brierley, AV Fedorov, Z Liu, TD Herbert, KT Lawrence, JP LaRiviere
Science 323 (5922), 1714-1718, 2009
Marine barite as a monitor of seawater strontium isotope composition
A Paytan, M Kastner, EE Martin, JD Macdougall, T Herbert
Nature 366 (6454), 445-449, 1993
High‐amplitude variations in North Atlantic sea surface temperature during the early Pliocene warm period
KT Lawrence, TD Herbert, CM Brown, ME Raymo, AM Haywood
Paleoceanography 24 (2), 2009
High-latitude influence on the eastern equatorial Pacific climate in the early Pleistocene epoch
Z Liu, TD Herbert
Nature 427 (6976), 720-723, 2004
Mediterranean nutrient balance and episodes of anoxia
JL Sarmiento, T Herbert, JR Toggweiler
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 2 (4), 427-444, 1988
Causes of anoxia in the world ocean
JL Sarmiento, TD Herbert, JR Toggweiler
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 2 (2), 115-128, 1988
Last Glacial Maximum to Holocene sea surface conditions at Umnak Plateau, Bering Sea, as inferred from diatom, alkenone, and stable isotope records
BE Caissie, J Brigham‐Grette, KT Lawrence, TD Herbert, MS Cook
Paleoceanography 25 (1), 2010
Alkenone paleotemperature determinations
TD Herbert
Treatise on geochemistry 6, 625, 2003
Precessional climate cyclicity in Late Cretaceous—Early Tertiary marine sediments: a high resolution chronometer of Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary events
TD Herbert, SL D'Hondt
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 99 (3), 263-275, 1990
Toward an orbital chronology for the early Aptian oceanic anoxic event (OAE1a,~ 120 Ma)
YX Li, TJ Bralower, IP Montaņez, DA Osleger, MA Arthur, DM Bice, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 271 (1-4), 88-100, 2008
Orbital tuning as an inverse problem: Chronology of the early Aptian oceanic anoxic event 1a (Selli Level) in the Cismon APTICORE
A Malinverno, E Erba, TD Herbert
Paleoceanography 25 (2), 2010
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