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  1. Late Holocene climate reconstructions for the Russian steppe, based on mineralogical and magnetic properties of buried palaeosols.

    Alekseev, A., Alekseeva, T., Maher, B. A. & Demkin, V., 11/06/2007, In: Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 249, 1-2, p. 103-127 25 p.

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  2. Magnetic mineralogy of soils across the Russian Steppe: climatic dependence of pedogenic magnetite formation.

    Maher, B. A., Alekseev, A. & Alekseeva, T., 5/12/2003, In: Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 201, 3-4, p. 321-341 21 p.

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  3. Holocene loess accumulation and soil development at the western edge of the Chinese Loess Plateau: implications for magnetic proxies of palaeorainfall.

    Maher, B. A., Hu, M., Roberts, H. M. & Wintle, A. G., 03/2003, In: Quaternary Science Reviews. 22, 5-7, p. 445-451 7 p.

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  4. Variation of soil magnetism across the Russian steppe: its significance for use of soil magnetism as a palaeorainfall proxy.

    Maher, B. A., Alekseev, A. & Alekseeva, T., 08/2002, In: Quaternary Science Reviews. 21, 14-15, p. 1571-1576 6 p.

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  5. Magnetic properties of modern soils and Quaternary loessic paleosols: paleoclimatic implications.

    Maher, B. A., 02/1998, In: Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 137, 1-2, p. 25-54 30 p.

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  6. Paleorainfall Reconstructions from Pedogenic Magnetic Susceptibility Variations in the Chinese Loess and Paleosols.

    Maher, B. A. & Thompson, R., 11/1995, In: Quaternary Research. 44, 3, p. 383-391 9 p.

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