David I. Armstrong McKay
David I. Armstrong McKay
Postdoctoral Researcher, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University
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TitleCited byYear
Estimating the impact of the cryptic degassing of Large Igneous Provinces: A mid-Miocene case-study
DI Armstrong McKay, T Tyrrell, PA Wilson, GL Foster
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 403, 254-262, 2014
222014
Severity of ocean acidification following the end-Cretaceous asteroid impact
T Tyrrell, A Merico, DI Armstrong McKay
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201418604, 2015
182015
Global carbon cycle perturbation across the Eocene‐Oligocene climate transition
DI Armstrong McKay, T Tyrrell, PA Wilson
Paleoceanography 31 (2), 311-329, 2016
92016
Mechanistic insights into a hydrate contribution to the Paleocene‐Eocene carbon cycle perturbation from coupled thermohydraulic simulations
TA Minshull, H Marín‐Moreno, DIA McKay, PA Wilson
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (16), 8637-8644, 2016
42016
To what extent has sustainable intensification in England been achieved?
DI Armstrong McKay, JA Dearing, JG Dyke, GM Poppy, LG Firbank
Science of The Total Environment 648, 1560-1569, 2019
22019
Reduced carbon cycle resilience across the Palaeocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum
DI Armstrong McKay, TM Lenton
Climates of the Past 14, 1515–1527, 2018
12018
Who determines the trade-offs between agricultural production and environmental quality? An evolutionary perspective from rural eastern China
John A Dearing, Ke Zhang, Weidong Cao, Terence P Dawson, David I Armstrong ...
International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, 1-20, 2019
2019
Addressing the challenge of climate change mitigation via promotion of effective cooperation: a game theoretic approach applied to low and least developed nations.
J Dyke, D Armstrong-Mckay, C Hutton, P Doncaster
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 20, 19206, 2018
2018
The evolution of agricultural intensification and environmental degradation in the UK: a data-driven systems dynamics approach
DI Armstrong McKay, JA Dearing, JG Dyke, G Poppy, L Firbank
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 18, 2016
2016
Declining sensitivity of the carbonate compensation depth to sea level during the Cenozoic
DI Armstrong McKay, T Tyrrell, PA Wilson
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 18, 2016
2016
Rapid warming at the Palaeocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum drives rapid hydrate dissociation but only modest and delayed methane release to the ocean
TA Minshull, H Marin-Moreno, PA Wilson, DI Armstrong McKay
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 18, 5811, 2016
2016
Investigating the drivers of perturbations to the Cenozoic carbon-climate system
DI Armstrong McKay
University of Southampton, 2015
2015
Model Calculations of Ocean Acidification at the End Cretaceous
T Tyrrell, A Merico, DI Armstrong McKay
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2014
2014
Investigating the evolution of the late Palaeogene carbon cycle using biogeochemical modelling and analysis
DI Armstrong McKay, T Tyrrell, PA Wilson
Climatic and Biotic Events of the Paleogene 2014; Rendiconti online della …, 2014
2014
Simulating the climate impact of Large Igneous Provinces: A mid-Miocene case-study
DI Armstrong McKay, T Tyrrell, PA Wilson, GL Foster, SA Müller
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 15, 2013
2013
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