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Stastney, P., Young, D. S. and Branch, N. P. (2018) The identification of Late Holocene bog bursts at Littleton bog, Ireland: ecohydrological changes display complex climatic and non-climatic drivers. The Holocene, 28 (4). pp. 570-582. ISSN 0959-6836 doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/0959683617735581

Swindles, G. T., Lawson, I. T., Matthews, I. P., Blaauw, M., Daley, T. J., Charman, D. J., Roland, T. P., Plunkett, G., Schettler, G., Gearey, B. R., Turner, T. E., Rea, H. A., Roe, H. M., Amesbury, M. J., Chambers, F. M., Holmes, J., Mitchell, F. J. G., Blackford, J., Blundell, A., Branch, N., Holmes, J., Langdon, P., McCarroll, J., McDermott, F., Oksanen, P. O., Pritchard, O., Stastney, P., Stefanini, B., Young, D., Wheeler, J., Becker, J. and Armit, I. (2013) Centennial-scale climate change in Ireland during the Holocene. Earth Science Reviews, 126. pp. 300-320. ISSN 0012-8252 doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.earscirev.2013.08.012

Book or Report Section

Stastney, P. (2013) The late prehistoric ‘Dark Age’ in Ireland and climate fluctuation: buffering strategies and the agency of the environment. In: van der Wilt, E. M. and Martínez Jiménez, J. (eds.) Tough Times: The Archaeology of Crisis and Recovery. BAR Publishing, Oxford, pp. 115-124. ISBN 9781407310909

Thesis

Stastney, P. (2015) Examining the relationships between Holocene climate change, hydrology, and human society in Ireland. PhD thesis, University of Reading.

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