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Clyde, W. C.; Gingerich, P. D.; Wing, S. L.; Röhl, U.; Westerhold, T.; Bowen, G.; Johnson, K.; Baczynski, A. A.; Diefendorf, A.; McInerney, F.; Schnurrenberger, D.; Noren, A.; Brady, K.; Acks, R.; Belcher, C.; Collinson, M.; D'Ambrosia, A.; Denis, E.; Freeman, K.; Harrington, G.; Jardine, P.; Kraus, M.; Maibauer, B.; Riedel, J.; Schouten, S.; Tsukui, K.; Weijers, J.; Welter, G.; Wittkopp, F. and Wood, A. (2013). Bighorn Basin Coring Project (BBCP): a continental perspective on early Paleogene hyperthermals. Scientific Drilling, 16 pp. 21–31.

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Denis, Elizabeth H.; Maibauer, Bianca J.; Bowen, Gabriel J.; Jardine, Phillip E.; Harrington, Guy J.; Baczynski, Allison A.; McInerney, Francesca A.; Collinson, Margaret E.; Belcher, Claire M.; Wing, Scott L. and Freeman, Katherine H. (2021). Decreased soil carbon in a warming world: Degraded pyrogenic carbon during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 566, article no. 116970.

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Fraser, Wesley; Lomax, Barry H.; Jardine, Phillip E.; Gosling, William D. and Sephton, Mark A. (2014). Pollen and spores as a passive monitor of ultraviolet radiation. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution: Paleoecology, 2 pp. 1–3.

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Gosling, William D.; Julier, Adele C. M.; Adu-Bredu, Stephen; Djagbletey, Gloria D.; Fraser, Wesley T.; Jardine, Phillip E.; Lomax, Barry H.; Malhi, Yadvinder; Manu, Emmanuel A.; Mayle, Francis E. and Moore, Sam (2018). Pollen-vegetation richness and diversity relationships in the tropics. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 27(2) pp. 411–418.

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Inglis, Gordon N.; Farnsworth, Alexander; Lunt, Daniel; Foster, Gavin L.; Hollis, Christopher J.; Pagani, Mark; Jardine, Phillip E.; Pearson, Paul N.; Markwick, Paul; Galsworthy, Amanda M.J.; Raynham, Lauren; Taylor, Kyle W.R. and Pancost, Richard D. (2015). Descent toward the icehouse: Eocene sea surface cooling inferred from GDGT distributions. Paleoceanography, 30(7) pp. 1000–1020.

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Julier, Adele C. M.; Jardine, Phillip E.; Adu-Bredu, Stephen; Coe, Angela L.; Duah-Gyamfi, Akwasi; Fraser, Wesley T.; Lomax, Barry H.; Malhi, Yavinder; Moore, Sam; Owusu-Afriyie, Kennedy and Gosling, William D. (2018). The modern pollen-vegetation relationship of a tropical forest-savannah mosaic landscape, Ghana, West Africa. Palynology, 42(3) pp. 324–338.

Jardine, Phillip E.; Harrington, Guy J.; Sessa, Jocelyn A. and Dašková, Jiřina (2018). Drivers and constraints on floral latitudinal diversification gradients. Journal of Biogeography, 45(6) pp. 1408–1419.

Jardine, Phillip E.; Janis, Christine M.; Sahney, Sarda and Benton, Michael J. (2012). Grit not grass: concordant patterns of early origin of hypsodonty in Great Plains ungulates and glires. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 365 pp. 1–10.

Jardine, Phillip E.; Harrington, Guy J. and Stidham, Thomas A. (2012). Regional-scale spatial heterogeneity in the late Paleocene paratropical forests of the U.S. Gulf Coast. Paleobiology, 38(1) pp. 15–39.

Jardine, Phillip E. and Harrington, Guy J. (2008). The Red Hills Mine palynoflora: a diverse swamp assemblage from the late Paleocene of Mississippi, U.S.A. Palynology, 32 pp. 183–204.

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Parker, Adrian G.; Preston, Gareth W.; Parton, Ash; Walkington, Helen; Jardine, Phillip E.; Leng, Melanie J. and Hodson, Martin J. (2016). Low-latitude Holocene hydroclimate derived from lake sediment flux and geochemistry. Journal of Quaternary Science, 31(4) pp. 286–299.

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Stevens, Liadan G.; Hilton, Jason; Bond, David P. G.; Glasspool, Ian J. and Jardine, Phillip E. (2011). Radiation and extinction patterns in Permian floras from North China as indicators for environmental and climate change. Journal of the Geological Society, 168(2) pp. 607–619.

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