David Armstrong McKay
David Armstrong McKay
Other namesDavid A. McKay, David I. Armstrong McKay
Research Impact Fellow, Uni. Exeter; Associate, Stockholm Resilience Centre; Earth Commission
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Exceeding 1.5°C global warming could trigger multiple climate tipping points
DI Armstrong McKay, A Staal, JF Abrams, R Winkelmann, B Sakschewski, ...
Science 377 (6611), eabn7950, 2022
Safe and just Earth system boundaries
J Rockström, J Gupta, D Qin, SJ Lade, JF Abrams, LS Andersen, ...
Nature 619 (7968), 102-111, 2023
Global warming overshoots increase risks of climate tipping cascades in a network model
N Wunderling, R Winkelmann, J Rockström, S Loriani, ...
Nature Climate Change 13 (1), 75-82, 2023
Estimating the impact of the cryptic degassing of Large Igneous Provinces: A mid-Miocene case-study
DI Armstrong McKay, T Tyrrell, PA Wilson, GL Foster
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 403, 254-262, 2014
Impacts of Meeting Minimum Access on Critical Earth Systems amidst the Great Inequality
CF Rammelt, J Gupta, D Liverman, J Scholtens, D Ciobanu, JF Abrams, ...
Nature Sustainability, 2022
Severity of ocean acidification following the end-Cretaceous asteroid impact
T Tyrrell, A Merico, DI Armstrong McKay
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201418604, 2015
To what extent has sustainable intensification in England been achieved?
DI Armstrong McKay, JA Dearing, JG Dyke, GM Poppy, LG Firbank
Science of The Total Environment 648, 1560-1569, 2019
Global Tipping Points Report 2023
T Lenton, DI Armstrong McKay, S Loriani, JF Abrams, SJ Lade, JF Donges, ...
University of Exeter, 2023
Global carbon cycle perturbation across the Eocene‐Oligocene climate transition
DI Armstrong McKay, T Tyrrell, PA Wilson
Paleoceanography 31 (2), 311-329, 2016
Mechanistic insights into a hydrate contribution to the Paleocene‐Eocene carbon cycle perturbation from coupled thermohydraulic simulations
TA Minshull, H Marín‐Moreno, DI Armstrong McKay, PA Wilson
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (16), 8637-8644, 2016
A resilience sensing system for the biosphere
TM Lenton, JE Buxton, DI Armstrong McKay, JF Abrams, CA Boulton, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 377 (1857), 20210383, 2022
Reduced carbon cycle resilience across the Palaeocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum
DI Armstrong McKay, TM Lenton
Climates of the Past 14, 1515–1527, 2018
Living within the safe and just Earth system boundaries for blue water
B Stewart-Koster, SE Bunn, P Green, C Ndehedehe, LS Andersen, ...
Nature Sustainability 7 (1), 53-63, 2024
Resolving ecological feedbacks on the ocean carbon sink in Earth system models
DI Armstrong McKay, SE Cornell, K Richardson, J Rockström
Earth System Dynamics 12 (3), 797-818, 2021
Who determines the trade-offs between agricultural production and environmental quality? An evolutionary perspective from rural eastern China
JA Dearing, K Zhang, W Cao, TP Dawson, DA McKay, P Sillitoe, R Treves, ...
International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability 17 (5), 347-366, 2019
Tipping point detection and early-warnings in climate, ecological, and human systems
V Dakos, CA Boulton, JE Buxton, JF Abrams, DI Armstrong McKay, ...
EGUsphere 2023, 1-35, 2023
A 725‐year integrated offshore terrestrial varve chronology for southeastern Sweden suggests rapid ice retreat~ 15 ka BP
RS Avery, SL Greenwood, F Schenk, BM Morén, DI Armstrong Mckay, ...
Boreas, 2020
Committed global warming risks triggering multiple climate tipping points
JF Abrams, C Huntingford, MS Williamson, DI Armstrong McKay, ...
Earth's Future 11 (11), e2022EF003250, 2023
Network-based metrics of resilience and ecological memory in lake ecosystems
DI Armstrong McKay, JG Dyke, CP Doncaster, JA Dearing, R Wang
bioRxiv, 810762, 2019
Lake ecosystem tipping points and climate feedbacks
DO Hessen, T Andersen, D Armstrong McKay, S Kosten, M Meerhoff, ...
Earth System Dynamics Discussions 2023, 1-34, 2023
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