Barbara A Maher
Barbara A Maher
Professor of Environmental Magnetism. Lancaster University
E-mail megerősítve itt: lancaster.ac.uk - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Magnetic properties of some synthetic sub-micron magnetites
BA Maher
Geophysical Journal International 94 (1), 83-96, 1988
Magnetite pollution nanoparticles in the human brain
BA Maher, IAM Ahmed, V Karloukovski, DA MacLaren, PG Foulds, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (39), 10797-10801, 2016
Magnetic properties of modern soils and Quaternary loessic paleosols: paleoclimatic implications
BA Maher
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 137 (1-2), 25-54, 1998
Frequency-dependent susceptibility measurements of environmental materials
JA Dearing, RJL Dann, K Hay, JA Lees, PJ Loveland, BA Maher, ...
Geophysical Journal International 124 (1), 228-240, 1996
Formation of ultrafine-grained magnetite in soils
BA Maher, RM Taylor
Nature 336 (6197), 368-370, 1988
Characterisation of soils by mineral magnetic measurements
BA Maher
Physics of the Earth and planetary interiors 42 (1-2), 76-92, 1986
Paleorainfall reconstructions from pedogenic magnetic susceptibility variations in the Chinese loess and paleosols
BA Maher, R Thompson
Quaternary research 44 (3), 383-391, 1995
Global connections between aeolian dust, climate and ocean biogeochemistry at the present day and at the last glacial maximum
BA Maher, JM Prospero, D Mackie, D Gaiero, PP Hesse, Y Balkanski
Earth-Science Reviews 99 (1-2), 61-97, 2010
Mineral magnetic record of the Chinese loess and paleosols
BA Maher, R Thompson
Geology 19 (1), 3-6, 1991
Quaternary climates, environments and magnetism
BA Maher, R Thompson
Cambridge University Press, 1999
Spatial and temporal reconstructions of changes in the Asian palaeomonsoon: a new mineral magnetic approach
BA Maher, R Thompson, LP Zhou
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 125 (1-4), 461-471, 1994
Early Pleistocene human occupation at the edge of the boreal zone in northwest Europe
SA Parfitt, NM Ashton, SG Lewis, RL Abel, GR Coope, MH Field, R Gale, ...
Nature 466 (7303), 229-233, 2010
Paleoclimatic significance of the mineral magnetic record of the Chinese loess and paleosols
BA Maher, R Thompson
Quaternary Research 37 (2), 155-170, 1992
Magnetic biomonitoring of roadside tree leaves: identification of spatial and temporal variations in vehicle-derived particulates
J Matzka, BA Maher
Atmospheric Environment 33 (28), 4565-4569, 1999
Spatial variation in vehicle-derived metal pollution identified by magnetic and elemental analysis of roadside tree leaves
BA Maher, C Moore, J Matzka
Atmospheric environment 42 (2), 364-373, 2008
Holocene variability of the East Asian summer monsoon from Chinese cave records: a re-assessment
BA Maher
The Holocene 18 (6), 861-866, 2008
Magnetic mineralogy of soils across the Russian Steppe: climatic dependence of pedogenic magnetite formation
BA Maher, A Alekseev, T Alekseeva
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 201 (3-4), 321-341, 2003
Palaeoclimatic records of the loess/palaeosol sequences of the Chinese Loess Plateau
BA Maher
Quaternary Science Reviews 154, 23-84, 2016
Particulate matter deposited on leaf of five evergreen species in Beijing, China: Source identification and size distribution
Y Song, BA Maher, F Li, X Wang, X Sun, H Zhang
Atmospheric environment 105, 53-60, 2015
The magnetic properties of Quaternary aeolian dusts and sediments, and their palaeoclimatic significance
BA Maher
Aeolian Research 3 (2), 87-144, 2011
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