|Midges (Chironomidae, Ceratopogonidae, Chaoboridae) as a temperature proxy: a training set from Tasmania, Australia|
ABH Rees, LC Cwynar, PS Cranston
Journal of Paleolimnology 40 (4), 1159-1178, 2008
|Southern Westerly Winds submit to the ENSO regime: A multiproxy paleohydrology record from Lake Dobson, Tasmania|
ABH Rees, LC Cwynar, MS Fletcher
Quaternary Science Reviews 126, 254-263, 2015
|Changes in biomass burning mark the onset of an ENSO-influenced climate regime at 42 S in southwest Tasmania, Australia|
MS Fletcher, A Benson, H Heijnis, PS Gadd, LC Cwynar, ABH Rees
Quaternary Science Reviews 122, 222-232, 2015
|Evidence for early postglacial warming in Mount field National Park, Tasmania|
ABH Rees, LC Cwynar
Quaternary Science Reviews 29 (3-4), 443-454, 2010
|Chironomid-based water depth reconstructions: an independent evaluation of site-specific and local inference models|
S Engels, LC Cwynar, ABH Rees, BN Shuman
Journal of Paleolimnology 48 (4), 693-709, 2012
|Midge-inferred temperature reconstructions and vegetation change over the last~ 15,000 years from Trout Lake, northern Yukon Territory, eastern Beringia|
F Irvine, LC Cwynar, JC Vermaire, ABH Rees
Journal of Paleolimnology 48 (1), 133-146, 2012
|Depth distribution of chironomids and an evaluation of site-specific and regional lake-depth inference models: a good model gone bad?|
LC Cwynar, ABH Rees, CR Pedersen, S Engels
Journal of Paleolimnology 48 (3), 517-533, 2012
|A test of Tyler’s Line–response of chironomids to a pH gradient in Tasmania and their potential as a proxy to infer past changes in pH|
ABH Rees, LC Cwynar
Freshwater Biology 55 (12), 2521-2540, 2010
|Pollen-based temperature and precipitation records of the past 14,600 years in northern New Zealand (37 S) and their linkages with the Southern Hemisphere atmospheric circulation|
IA Jara, RM Newnham, BV Alloway, JM Wilmshurst, ABH Rees
The Holocene 27 (11), 1756-1768, 2017
|Last Glacial pollen–climate reconstructions from Northland, New Zealand|
RM Newnham, BV Alloway, KA Holt, K Butler, ABH Rees, JM Wilmshurst, ...
Journal of Quaternary Science 32 (6), 685-703, 2017
|A global database of Holocene paleotemperature records|
D Kaufman, N McKay, C Routson, M Erb, B Davis, O Heiri, S Jaccard, ...
Scientific data 7 (1), 1-34, 2020
|A refined paleotemperature calibration for New Zealand limnic environments using differentiation of branched glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraether (brGDGT) sources|
KG Zink, MJ Vandergoes, T Bauersachs, RM Newnham, ABH Rees, ...
Journal of Quaternary Science 31 (7), 823-835, 2016
|Holocene temperature, humidity and seasonality in northern New Zealand linked to Southern Hemisphere summer insolation|
V van den Bos, A Rees, R Newnham, M Vandergoes, J Wilmshurst, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 201, 77-88, 2018
|Holocene history of a raised bog, northern New Zealand, based on plant cuticles|
C Haenfling, R Newnham, A Rees, I Jara, A Homes, B Clarkson
The Holocene 27 (2), 309-314, 2017
|Exploring the source-to-sink residence time of terrestrial pollen deposited offshore Westland, New Zealand|
MT Ryan, RM Newnham, GB Dunbar, MJ Vandergoes, ABH Rees, H Neil, ...
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 230, 37-46, 2016
|A Last Interglacial pollen-temperature reconstruction, central North Island, New Zealand|
R Newnham, B Alloway, M McGlone, H Juchnowicz, A Rees, J Wilmshurst
Quaternary Science Reviews 170, 136-151, 2017
|Peat humification records from Restionaceae bogs in northern New Zealand as potential indicators of Holocene precipitation, seasonality, and ENSO|
RM Newnham, ZJ Hazell, DJ Charman, DJ Lowe, ABH Rees, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 218, 378-394, 2019
|Earth-shaking insight from liquefied tephra layers in lakes in central Waikato region, New Zealand: a new tool to evaluate and date palaeoseismicity?|
DJ Lowe, RC Loame, VG Moon, RE Johnston, MO Kluger, P Villamor, ...
Crossing New Frontiers: INTAV International Field Conference on …, 2018
|Late Holocene geomorphic history of Lake Wairarapa, North Island, New Zealand|
MI Trodahl, ABH Rees, RM Newnham, MJ Vandergoes
New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics 59 (2), 330-340, 2016
|Local factors drive bacterial and microeukaryotic community composition in lake surface sediment collected across an altitudinal gradient|
JK Pearman, L Biessy, G Thomson-Laing, S Waters, MJ Vandergoes, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 96 (6), fiaa070, 2020