Neil Rose
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Anomalously weak Labrador Sea convection and Atlantic overturning during the past 150 years
DJR Thornalley, DW Oppo, P Ortega, JI Robson, CM Brierley, R Davis, ...
Nature 556 (7700), 227-230, 2018
Current-use brominated flame retardants in water, sediment, and fish from English lakes
S Harrad, MAE Abdallah, NL Rose, SD Turner, TA Davidson
Environmental Science & Technology 43 (24), 9077-9083, 2009
Looking forward through the past: identification of 50 priority research questions in palaeoecology
AWR Seddon, AW Mackay, AG Baker, HJB Birks, E Breman, CE Buck, ...
Journal of Ecology 102 (1), 256-267, 2014
Microplastics in the sediments of a UK urban lake
R Vaughan, SD Turner, NL Rose
Environmental Pollution 229, 10-18, 2017
Trace element pollution records in some UK lake sediments, their history, influence factors and regional differences
H Yang, N Rose
Environment international 31 (1), 63-75, 2005
Long‐term dynamics of submerged macrophytes and algae in a small and shallow, eutrophic lake: implications for the stability of macrophyte‐dominance
CD Sayer, AMY Burgess, K Kari, TA Davidson, S Peglar, H Yang, N Rose
Freshwater Biology 55 (3), 565-583, 2010
Dating of recent lake sediments in the United Kingdom and Ireland using spheroidal carbonaceous particle (SCP) concentration profiles
NL Rose, S Harlock, PG Appleby, RW Battarbee
The Holocene 5 (3), 328-335, 1995
Mercury accumulation rates and spatial patterns in lake sediments from west Greenland: a coast to ice margin transect
R Bindler, I Renberg, PG Appleby, NJ Anderson, NL Rose
Environmental science & technology 35 (9), 1736-1741, 2001
A note on further refinements to a procedure for the extraction of carbonaceous fly-ash particles from sediments
NL Rose
Journal of Paleolimnology 11 (2), 201-204, 1994
Replicated proxy-climate signals over the last 2000 yr from two distant UK peat bogs: new evidence for regional palaeoclimate teleconnections
KE Barber, D Maddy, N Rose, AC Stevenson, R Stoneman, R Thompson
Quaternary Science Reviews 19 (6), 481-487, 2000
A method for the extraction of carbonaceous particles from lake sediment
NL Rose
Journal of Paleolimnology 3 (1), 45-53, 1990
Distribution of mercury in six lake sediment cores across the UK
H Yang, NL Rose
Science of the Total Environment 304 (1-3), 391-404, 2003
Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) for the Anthropocene Series: Where and how to look for potential candidates
CN Waters, J Zalasiewicz, C Summerhayes, IJ Fairchild, NL Rose, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 178, 379-429, 2018
Historical record of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and spheroidal carbonaceous particles (SCPs) in marine sediment cores from Admiralty Bay, King George Island …
CC Martins, MC Bícego, NL Rose, S Taniguchi, RA Lourenço, ...
Environmental Pollution 158 (1), 192-200, 2010
Lake-sediment evidence for local and remote sources of atmospherically deposited pollutants on Svalbard
NL Rose, CL Rose, JF Boyle, PG Appleby
Journal of Paleolimnology 31 (4), 499-513, 2004
Mercury and lead budgets for Lochnagar, a Scottish mountain lake and its catchment
H Yang, NL Rose, RW Battarbee, JF Boyle
Environmental Science & Technology 36 (7), 1383-1388, 2002
A 250 year comparison of historical, macrofossil and pollen records of aquatic plants in a shallow lake
TA Davidson, CD Sayer, H Bennion, C David, N Rose, MP Wade
Freshwater Biology 50 (10), 1671-1686, 2005
The fate, transport, and ecological impacts of airborne contaminants in western national parks (USA)
DH Landers, SL Simonich, DA Jaffe, LH Geiser, DH Campbell, ...
Western Airborne Contaminants Assessment Project Final Report. Corvallis, 2008
A temporal sediment record of microplastics in an urban lake, London, UK
S Turner, AA Horton, NL Rose, C Hall
Journal of Paleolimnology 61 (4), 449-462, 2019
Historical reconstruction of mercury pollution across the Tibetan Plateau using lake sediments
H Yang, RW Battarbee, SD Turner, NL Rose, RG Derwent, G Wu, R Yang
Environmental science & technology 44 (8), 2918-2924, 2010
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