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Robert Spicer
Robert Spicer
Emeritus Professor of Earth Sciences, The Open University, UK
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Uncertainty in predictions of the climate response to rising levels of greenhouse gases
DA Stainforth, T Aina, C Christensen, M Collins, N Faull, DJ Frame, ...
Nature 433 (7024), 403-406, 2005
14682005
Constant elevation of southern Tibet over the past 15 million years
RA Spicer, NBW Harris, M Widdowson, AB Herman, S Guo, PJ Valdes, ...
Nature 421 (6923), 622-624, 2003
7932003
The cretaceous world
PW Skelton
Cambridge University Press, 2003
4472003
Quantifying the rise of the Himalaya orogen and implications for the South Asian monsoon
L Ding, RA Spicer, J Yang, Q Xu, F Cai, S Li, Q Lai, H Wang, TEV Spicer, ...
Geology 45 (3), 215–218, 2017
3692017
Ancient orogenic and monsoon-driven assembly of the world’s richest temperate alpine flora
WN Ding, RH Ree, RA Spicer, YW Xing
Science 369 (6503), 578-581, 2020
3322020
Palaeobotanical evidence for a warm Cretaceous Arctic Ocean
AB Herman, RA Spicer
Nature 380 (6572), 330-333, 1996
2571996
The Coexistence Approach—Theoretical background and practical considerations of using plant fossils for climate quantification
T Utescher, AA Bruch, B Erdei, L François, D Ivanov, FMB Jacques, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 410, 58-73, 2014
2442014
No high Tibetan plateau until the Neogene
T Su, A Farnsworth, RA Spicer, J Huang, FX Wu, J Liu, SF Li, YW Xing, ...
Science advances 5 (3), eaav2189, 2019
2422019
The formation and interpretation of plant fossil assemblages
RA Spicer
Advances in botanical research 16, 95-191, 1989
2411989
Late Cretaceous–early Tertiary palaeoclimates of northern high latitudes: a quantitative view
RA Spicer, JT Parrish
Journal of the Geological Society 147 (2), 329-341, 1990
2181990
Why ‘the uplift of the Tibetan Plateau’is a myth
RA Spicer, T Su, PJ Valdes, A Farnsworth, FX Wu, G Shi, TEV Spicer, ...
National Science Review 8 (1), nwaa091, 2021
2102021
A review of terrestrial and marine climates in the Cretaceous with implications for modelling the ‘Greenhouse Earth’
RA Spicer, RM Corfield
Geological Magazine 129 (2), 169-180, 1992
2071992
Late Cretaceous terrestrial vegetation: a near-polar temperature curve
JT Parrish, RA Spicer
Geology 16 (1), 22-25, 1988
2041988
The sorting and deposition of allochthonous plant material in a modern environment at Silwood Lake, Silwood Park, Berkshire, England
RA Spicer
Professional Paper, 1981
2021981
The Late Cretaceous environment of the Arctic: a quantitative reassessment based on plant fossils
RA Spicer, AB Herman
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 295 (3-4), 423-442, 2010
2002010
Uplift, climate and biotic changes at the Eocene–Oligocene transition in south-eastern Tibet
T Su, RA Spicer, SH Li, H Xu, J Huang, S Sherlock, YJ Huang, SF Li, ...
National Science Review 6 (3), 495-504, 2019
1932019
Paleobotanical evidence for cool north polar climates in middle Cretaceous (Albian-Cenomanian) time
RA Spicer, JT Parrish
Geology 14 (8), 703-706, 1986
1901986
Tibet, the Himalaya, Asian monsoons and biodiversity–In what ways are they related?
RA Spicer
Plant diversity 39 (5), 233-244, 2017
1872017
Evolution and Palaeobiology of land plants
B Thomas, RA Spicer
Croom Helm, 1987
1771987
Plant taphonomic processes
RA Spicer
Taphonomy: Releasing the data locked in the fossil record 9, 71-113, 1991
1731991
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