John T. Andrews
John T. Andrews
Professor Geological Sciences, University of Colorado
Verified email at colorado.edu
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Evidence for massive discharges of icebergs into the North Atlantic ocean during the last glacial period
G Bond, H Heinrich, W Broecker, L Labeyrie, J McManus, J Andrews, ...
Nature 360 (6401), 245-249, 1992
17601992
Forcing of the cold event of 8,200 years ago by catastrophic drainage of Laurentide lakes
DC Barber, A Dyke, C Hillaire-Marcel, AE Jennings, JT Andrews, ...
Nature 400 (6742), 344-348, 1999
12801999
The Laurentide and Innuitian ice sheets during the last glacial maximum
AS Dyke, JT Andrews, PU Clark, JH England, GH Miller, J Shaw, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 21 (1-3), 9-31, 2002
8572002
Holocene thermal maximum in the western Arctic (0–180 W)
DS Kaufman, TA Ager, NJ Anderson, PM Anderson, JT Andrews, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 23 (5-6), 529-560, 2004
8302004
Formal definition and dating of the GSSP (Global Stratotype Section and Point) for the base of the Holocene using the Greenland NGRIP ice core, and selected auxiliary records
M Walker, S Johnsen, SO Rasmussen, T Popp, JP Steffensen, P Gibbard, ...
Journal of Quaternary Science: Published for the Quaternary Research …, 2009
6742009
Glacial-isostatic adjustment—I. The forward problem
WR Peltier, JT Andrews
Geophysical Journal International 46 (3), 605-646, 1976
5391976
History of sea ice in the Arctic
L Polyak, RB Alley, JT Andrews, J Brigham-Grette, TM Cronin, DA Darby, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 29 (15-16), 1757-1778, 2010
5012010
Detrital carbonate-rich sediments, northwestern Labrador Sea: Implications for ice-sheet dynamics and iceberg rafting (Heinrich) events in the North Atlantic
JT Andrews, K Tedesco
Geology 20 (12), 1087-1090, 1992
3421992
Northern Hemisphere climate regimes during the past 3 Ma: possible tectonic connections
WF Ruddiman, ME Raymo
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B, Biological …, 1988
3291988
Mid‐Miocene isotope stratigraphy in the deep sea: High‐resolution correlations, paleoclimatic cycles, and sediment preservation
F Woodruff, S Savin
Paleoceanography 6 (6), 755-806, 1991
2911991
The use of hypsometry to indicate long-term stability and response of valley glaciers to changes in mass transfer
DJ Furbish, JT Andrews
Journal of glaciology 30 (105), 199-211, 1984
2801984
Nonuniform response of the major surface currents in the Nordic Seas to insolation forcing: Implications for the Holocene climate variability
C Andersen, N Koc, A Jennings, JT Andrews
Paleoceanography 19 (2), 2004
2782004
A geomorphological study of post-glacial uplift: with particular reference to Arctic Canada
JT Andrews
London: Institute of British Geographers, 1970
2751970
Iceberg production, debris rafting, and the extent and thickness of Heinrich layers (H-1, H-2) in North Atlantic sediments
JA Dowdeswell, MA Maslin, JT Andrews, IN McCave
Geology 23 (4), 301-304, 1995
2571995
Radiocarbon isochrones on the disintegration of the Laurentide Ice Sheet
RA Bryson, WM Wendland, JD Ives, JT Andrews
Arctic and Alpine Research 1 (1), 1-13, 1969
2351969
A mid-Holocene shift in Arctic sea-ice variability on the East Greenland Shelf
AE Jennings, KL Knudsen, M Hald, CV Hansen, JT Andrews
The Holocene 12 (1), 49-58, 2002
2212002
Chronology of late Wisconsin ice retreat from the western Ross Sea, Antarctica
KJ Licht, AE Jennings, JT Andrews, KM Williams
Geology 24 (3), 223-226, 1996
2171996
History of the Greenland Ice Sheet: paleoclimatic insights
RB Alley, JT Andrews, J Brigham-Grette, GKC Clarke, KM Cuffey, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 29 (15-16), 1728-1756, 2010
1972010
Preboreal oscillation caused by a glacial Lake Agassiz flood
TG Fisher, DG Smith, JT Andrews
Quaternary Science Reviews 21 (8-9), 873-878, 2002
1922002
Abrupt changes (Heinrich events) in late Quaternary North Atlantic marine environments: a history and review of data and concepts
JT Andrews
Journal of Quaternary Science: Published for the Quaternary Research …, 1998
1891998
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