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PAGES Magazine articles

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Benito X, Jara IA, Camperio G, Charqueño F, Davies K, Adamu Isa A, Ferrario F, Klamt A-M, Mariani M, Merino V & Orijemie E (2021) Virtual Past Socio-Environmental Systems: An interdisciplinary ECR workshop, Past Global Changes Magazine, 29(1), 58 (link)
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Mette MJ, Trofimova T, Alexandroff SJ & Tray E (2021) An approach to collaboration through horizon scanning in the field of sclerochronology, Past Global Changes Magazine, 29(1), 52-53 (link)
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Kaushal N, Kulkarni Y, Srivastava P, Rawat S & Managave S (2021) Data-based evaluation of paleoclimate records from the terrestrial Indian region: Opportunities and gaps, Past Global Changes Magazine, 29(1), 50-51 (link)
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Lawman AE, Partin JW & Dee SG (2021) Archives of the El Niño-Southern Oscillation: A coral point of view, Past Global Changes Magazine, 29(1), 48-49 (link)
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Fuentealba M, Latorre C, Frugone-Álvarez M, Sarricolea P & Valero-Garcés B (2021) A window into the Anthropocene through lake-sediment records in central Chile, Past Global Changes Magazine, 29(1), 46-47 (link)
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Omuombo CA (2021) Climate and environmental changes in the Mt. Kenya region, Past Global Changes Magazine, 29(1), 44-45 (link)
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Rapuc W, Sabatier P & Arnaud F (2021) Human activities disturb lake-sediment records of past flood frequencies, Past Global Changes Magazine, 29(1), 42-43 (link)
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Liang P, Li H, Zhou Y, Fu X, Mackenzie L & Zhang D (2021) The enigma and complexity of landscape dynamics in Chinese deserts: From case studies to big data, Past Global Changes Magazine, 29(1), 40-41 (link)
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Chaudhary N (2021) Long-term peatland dynamics and effects of peatland-mediated feedbacks on the climate system, Past Global Changes Magazine, 29(1), 38-39 (link)
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King ACF & Tetzner DR (2021) Exploring novel ice-core proxies for paleoclimate reconstruction in the sub-Antarctic, Past Global Changes Magazine, 29(1), 36-37 (link)
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Grant GR & Naish TR (2021) Pliocene sea level revisited: Is there more than meets the eye?, Past Global Changes Magazine, 29(1), 34-35 (link)
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Alexandroff SJ, Bonk A, Mette MJ & Trofimova T (2021) Editorial: Highlighting the future of past global change research, Past Global Changes Magazine, 29(1), 33 (link)
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The PAGES ECN Steering Committee (2020) PAGES ECN develops activity clusters: A new structure to support global networking, Past Global Changes Magazine, 28(2), 65 (link)
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Ryan DD, Alexandroff SJ, Lechleitner FA, Schafstall N, Trofimova T & Detlef H (2020) Early-career researchers' perceptions of PAGES working groups, Past Global Changes Magazine, 28(2), 64 (link)
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Tsz-Wai Chan P & Merino-Campos V (2019) Demystifying the grant writing process for early-career paleoscientists, Past Global Changes Magazine, 27(2), 91 (link)
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Barnett RL, Koster K, de Boer B, Slangen ABA, Benito-Granell X & Alarcón E (2019) Impacts of sea-level rise from past to present: iSLR18, Past Global Changes Magazine, 27(1), 32 (link)
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AFQUA-PAGES ECN meeting participants (2018) Quaternary studies in Africa: a perspective from early-career researchers, Past Global Changes Magazine, 26(2), 82 (link)
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Carter V (2018) Advice for early-career researchers: A summary from the AMQUA/CANQUA student mixer, Past Global Changes Magazine, 26(2), 80-81 (link)
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Koch A, Glover KC, Zambri B, Thomas EK, Benito X & Yang JZ (2018) Open-data practices and challenges among early-career paleo-researchers, Past Global Changes Magazine, 26(2), 54-55 (link)
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PAGES ECN Steering Committee (2018) The PAGES Early-Career Network, Past Global Changes Magazine, 26(1), 36 (link)

Journal articles

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Trofimova T, Alexandroff SJ, Mette MJ, Tray E, Butler PG, Campana SE, Harper EM, Johnson ALA, Morrongiello JR, Peharda M, Schöne BR, Andersson C, Andrus CFT, Black BA, Burchell M, Carroll ML, DeLong KL, Gillanders BM, Grønkjær P, Killam D, Prendergast AL, Reynolds DJ, Scourse JD, Shirai K, Thébault J, Trueman C & de Winter N (2020) Fundamental questions and applications of sclerochronology: Community-defined research priorities, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 245, 106977 (link)