Publications by Michael Wagreich

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 All Publications by Univ.-Prof. Dr. Michael Wagreich

2021


Zalasiewicz, J. A., Waters, C. N., Ellis, E., Head, M. J., Vidas, D., Steffen, W., Thomas, J. A., Horn, E., Summerhayes, C. P., Leinfelder, R., McNeill, J. R., Galuszka, A., Williams, M., Barnosky, A. D., Richter, D., Gibbard, P., Syvitski, J. P. M., Jeandel, C., Cearreta, A., ... Zinke, J. (2021). The Anthropocene: comparing its meaning in geology (chronostratigraphy) with conceptual approaches arising in other disciplines. Earth's future, 9(3), [e2020EF001896]. doi.org/10.1029/2020EF001896


2020


Syvitski, J., Waters, C. N., Day, J., Milliman, J. D., Summerhayes, C., Steffen, W., Zalasiewicz, J., Cearreta, A., Galuszka, A., Hajdas, I., Head, M. J., Leinfelder, R., McNeill, J. R., Poirier, C., Rose, N. L., Shotyk, W., Wagreich, M., & Williams, M. (2020). Extraordinary human energy consumption and resultant geological impacts beginning around 1950 CE initiated the proposed Anthropocene Epoch. Communications Earth & Environment, 1(1), [32]. doi.org/10.1038/s43247-020-00029-y


Knierzinger, W., Drescher-Schneider, R., Knorr, K-H., Drollinger, S., Limbeck, A., Brunnbauer, L., Horak, F., Festi, D., & Wagreich, M. (2020). Anthropogenic and climate signals in late-Holocene peat layers of an ombrotrophic bog in the Styrian Enns valley (Austrian Alps). E & G: quarternary science journal, 69(2), 121-137. doi.org/10.5194/egqsj-69-121-2020


Mulayim, O., Yilmaz, O. I., Sari, B., Tasli, K., & Wagreich, M. (2020). Cenomanian–Turonian drowning of the Arabian Carbonate Platform, the İṅisḑere section, Adıyaman, SE Turkey. In M. Wagreich (Ed.), Geological Society Special Publication (1 ed., pp. 189-210). Geological Society of London. Geological Society Special Publications Vol. 498 No. 1 doi.org/10.1144/SP498-2018-130


Wagreich, M., & Koukal, V. (2020). The pelagic archive of short-term sea-level change in the cretaceous: A review of proxies linked to orbital forcing. In Geological Society Special Publication (1 ed., pp. 39-56). Geological Society of London. Geological Society Special Publications Vol. 498 No. 1 doi.org/10.1144/SP498-2019-34


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