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Cobb, Matthew (2023) Reconsidering the role of gemstones in the so-called Indo-Roman trade. In: Proceedings of the Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences. ROAS. (In Press)

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Edwards, Lucy E. and Bauer, Andrew and Edgeworth, Matthew and Ellis, Erle and Finney, Stanley and Gibbard, Philip and Gill, Jacquelyn L. and Maslin, Mark and Merritts, Dorothy and Ruddiman, William and Walker, Michael J. C. (2022) The Anthropocene serves science better as an event, rather than an epoch. Journal of Quaternary Science, 37 (7). p. 1188. ISSN 1099-1417

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Gibbard, Philip and Bauer, Andrew M. and Edgeworth, Matthew and Ruddiman, William and Gill, Jacquelyn L. and Merritts, Dorothy and Finney, Stanley and Edwards, Lucy E. and Walker, Michael J. C. and Maslin, Mark and Ellis, Erle C. (2022) A practical solution: the Anthropocene is a geological event, not a formal epoch. Episodes, 45 (4). pp. 349-357. ISSN 2586-1298

Gibbard, Philip and Walker, Michael J. C. and Bauer, Andrew and Edgeworth, Matthew and Edwards, Lucy and Ellis, Erle and Finney, Stanley and Gill, Jacquelyn L. and Maslin, Mark and Merritts, Dorothy and Ruddiman, William (2022) The Anthropocene as an Event, not an Epoch. Journal of Quaternary Science, 37 (3). pp. 395-399. ISSN 0267-8179

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Walker, Michael J. C. and Bauer, Andrew M. and Edgeworth, Matthew and Ellis, Erle C. and Finney, Stanley and Gibbard, Philip and Maslin, Mark (2023) The Anthropocene is best understood as an ongoing, intensifying, diachronous event. Boreas, 53 (1). pp. 1-3. ISSN 1502-3885

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