John A. Matthews
John A. Matthews
Emeritus Professor of Physical Geography Swansea University
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The ecology of recently-deglaciated terrain: a geoecological approach to glacier forelands
JA Matthews
Cambridge University Press, 1992
The ‘Little Ice Age’: re‐evaluation of an evolving concept
JA Matthews, KR Briffa
Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography 87 (1), 17-36, 2005
Holocene glacier fluctuations of Flatebreen and winter-precipitation changes in the Jostedalsbreen region, western Norvay, based on glaciolacustrine sediment records
A Nesje, JA Matthews, SO Dahl, MS Berrisford, C Andersson
The Holocene 11 (3), 267-280, 2001
Norwegian mountain glaciers in the past, present and future
A Nesje, J Bakke, SO Dahl, Ø Lie, JA Matthews
Global and Planetary Change 60 (1-2), 10-27, 2008
The status of the ‘Little Ice Age’in southern Norway: relative‐age dating of Neoglacial moraines with Schmidt hammer and lichenometry
Boreas 13 (3), 333-346, 1984
Holocene glacier variations in central Jotunheimen, southern Norway based on distal glaciolacustrine sediment cores
JA Matthews, SO Dahl, A Nesje, MS Berrisford, C Andersson
Quaternary Science Reviews 19 (16), 1625-1647, 2000
Families of lichenometric dating curves from the Storbreen gletschervorfeld, Jotunheimen, Norway
JA Matthews
Taylor & Francis Group 28 (4), 215-235, 1974
The lacustrine sedimentary sequence in Sygneskardvatnet, western Norway: a continuous, high-resolution record of the Jostedalsbreen ice cap during the Holocene
A Nesje, SO Dahl, C Andersson, JA Matthews
Quaternary Science Reviews 19 (11), 1047-1065, 2000
‘Little Ice Age’variations of outlet glaciers from the Jostedalsbreen ice‐cap, southern Norway: a regional lichenometric‐dating study of ice‐marginal moraine sequences and …
RW Bickerton, JA Matthews
Journal of Quaternary Science 8 (1), 45-66, 1993
The Schmidt hammer as a relative-age dating tool and its potential for calibrated-age dating in Holocene glaciated environments
RA Shakesby, JA Matthews, G Owen
Quaternary Science Reviews 25 (21-22), 2846-2867, 2006
Timing, equilibrium-line altitudes and climatic implications of two early-Holocene glacier readvances during the Erdalen Event at Jostedalsbreen, western Norway
SO Dahl, A Nesje, Ø Lie, K Fjordheim, JA Matthews
The Holocene 12 (1), 17-25, 2002
Geography: A very short introduction
JA Matthews, DT Herbert
OUP Oxford, 2008
Radiocarbon dating of surface and buried soils: principles, problems and prospects
JA Matthews
Geomorphology and soils, 269-288, 2020
Vegetation succession on the Storbreen glacier foreland, Jotunheimen, Norway: a review
JA Matthews, RJ Whittaker
Arctic and Alpine Research 19 (4), 385-395, 1987
Unifying geography: common heritage, shared future
JA Matthews, DT Herbert
Psychology Press, 2004
Reconstructing Holocene glacier variations from glacial lake sediments: studies from Nordvestlandet and Jostedalsbreen-Jotunheimen, southern Norway
W Karlén, JA Matthews
Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography 74 (4), 327-348, 1992
Some Problems and Implications of 14C Dates from a Podzol Buried Beneath an end Moraine at Haugabreen, Southern Norway
JA Matthews
Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography 62 (3-4), 185-208, 1980
‘Little Ice Age’glacier variations in Jotunheimen, southern Norwvay: a study in regionally controlled lichenometric dating of recessional moraines with implications for climate …
JA Matthews
The Holocene 15 (1), 1-19, 2005
Holocene glacier variation chronology of the Smørstabbtindan massif, Jotunheimen, southern Norway, and the recognition of century-to millennial-scale European Neoglacial Events
JA Matthews, PQ Dresser
The Holocene 18 (1), 181-201, 2008
Asynchronous neoglaciation and Holocene climatic change reconstructed from Norwegian glaciolacustrine sedimentary sequences
JA Matthews, W Karlén
Geology 20 (11), 991-994, 1992
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