Damian Gore
Damian Gore
Professor, Environmental Sciences, Macquarie University
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Retreat history of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet since the Last Glacial Maximum
AN Mackintosh, E Verleyen, PE O'Brien, DA White, RS Jones, R McKay, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 100, 10-30, 2014
Retreat of the East Antarctic ice sheet during the last glacial termination
A Mackintosh, N Golledge, E Domack, R Dunbar, A Leventer, D White, ...
Nature Geoscience 4 (3), 195-202, 2011
Were the Larsemann Hills ice-free through the last glacial maximum?
DA Hodgson, PE Noon, W Vyverman, CL Bryant, DB Gore, P Appleby, ...
Antarctic Science 13 (4), 440-454, 2001
Management and remediation of contaminated sites at Casey Station, Antarctica
I Snape, MJ Riddle, JS Stark, CM Cole, CK King, S Duquesne, DB Gore
Polar record 37 (202), 199-214, 2001
A community-based geological reconstruction of Antarctic Ice Sheet deglaciation since the Last Glacial Maximum
MJ Bentley, CO Cofaigh, JB Anderson, H Conway, B Davies, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 100, 1-9, 2014
Characterisation of the dilute HCl extraction method for the identification of metal contamination in Antarctic marine sediments
I Snape, RC Scouller, SC Stark, J Stark, MJ Riddle, DB Gore
Chemosphere 57 (6), 491-504, 2004
Exposure ages from mountain dipsticks in Mac. Robertson Land, East Antarctica, indicate little change in ice-sheet thickness since the Last Glacial Maximum
A Mackintosh, D White, D Fink, DB Gore, J Pickard, PC Fanning
Geology 35 (6), 551-554, 2007
Bunger Hills, East Antarctica: ice free at the last glacial maximum
DB Gore, EJ Rhodes, PC Augustinus, MR Leishman, EA Colhoun, ...
Geology 29 (12), 1103-1106, 2001
The Holocene diatom flora of marine bays in the Windmill Islands, East Antarctica
H Cremer, D Roberts, A McMinn, D Gore, M Melles
Walter de Gruyter 46 (1), 82-106, 2003
High sensitivity of subglacial hydrological pathways in Antarctica to small ice‐sheet changes
AP Wright, MJ Siegert, AM Le Brocq, DB Gore
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (17), 2008
Chemical immobilization of metals and metalloids by phosphates
EG Hafsteinsdˇttir, D Camenzuli, AL Rocavert, J Walworth, DB Gore
Applied Geochemistry 59, 47-62, 2015
Late Pleistocene and Holocene history of Lake Terrasovoje, Amery Oasis, East Antarctica, and its climatic and environmental implications
B Wagner, H Cremer, N Hultzsch, DB Gore, M Melles
Journal of Paleolimnology 32, 321-339, 2004
Late Quaternary aeolian dunes on the presently humid Blue Mountains, Eastern Australia
PP Hesse, GS Humphreys, PM Selkirk, DA Adamson, DB Gore, ...
Quaternary International 108 (1), 13-32, 2003
Evaluation of geochemical methods for discrimination of metal contamination in Antarctic marine sediments: A case study from Casey Station
RC Scouller, I Snape, JS Stark, DB Gore
Chemosphere 65 (2), 294-309, 2006
Palaeoclimatic significance of late Quaternary diatom assemblages from southern Windmill Islands, East Antarctica
H Cremer, D Gore, M Melles, D Roberts
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 195 (3-4), 261-280, 2003
Design, installation and preliminary testing of a permeable reactive barrier for diesel fuel remediation at Casey Station, Antarctica
KA Mumford, JL Rayner, I Snape, SC Stark, GW Stevens, DB Gore
Cold Regions Science and Technology 96, 96-107, 2013
A citizen science approach to identifying trace metal contamination risks in urban gardens
MP Taylor, CF Isley, KL Fry, X Liu, MM Gillings, M Rouillon, NS Soltani, ...
Environment International 155, 106582, 2021
Petroleum hydrocarbons ten years after spillage at a helipad in Bunger Hills, East Antarctica
DB Gore, AT Revill, D Guille
Antarctic Science 11 (4), 427-429, 1999
The diatom flora and limnology of lakes in the Amery Oasis, East Antarctica
H Cremer, D Gore, N Hultzsch, M Melles, B Wagner
Polar Biology 27, 513-531, 2004
Cosmogenic nuclide evidence for enhanced sensitivity of an East Antarctic ice stream to change during the last deglaciation
DA White, D Fink, DB Gore
Geology 39 (1), 23-26, 2011
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