Vittoria Lauretano
Vittoria Lauretano
Postdoctoral researcher, Organic Geochemistry Unit, University of Bristol
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An astronomically dated record of Earth’s climate and its predictability over the last 66 million years
T Westerhold, N Marwan, AJ Drury, D Liebrand, C Agnini, E Anagnostou, ...
Science 369 (6509), 1383-1387, 2020
The DeepMIP contribution to PMIP4: Methodologies for selection, compilation and analysis of latest Paleocene and early Eocene climate proxy data, incorporating version 0.1 of …
CJ Hollis, T Dunkley Jones, E Anagnostou, PK Bijl, MJ Cramwinckel, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 12 (7), 3149-3206, 2019
Frequency, magnitude and character of hyperthermal events at the onset of the Early Eocene Climatic Optimum
V Lauretano, K Littler, M Polling, JC Zachos, LJ Lourens
Climate of the Past 11, 1313-1324, 2015
The potential of biomarker proxies to trace climate, vegetation, and biogeochemical processes in peat: A review
BDA Naafs, GN Inglis, J Blewett, EL McClymont, V Lauretano, S Xie, ...
Global and Planetary Change 179, 57-79, 2019
Astronomically tuned age model for the early Eocene carbon isotope events: A new high-resolution δ13 Cbenthic record of ODP Site 1263 between~ 49 and~ 54 Ma
V Lauretano, FJ Hilgen, JC Zachos, LJ Lourens
Newsletters on Stratigraphy 49 (2), 383-400, 2016
Environmental impact and magnitude of paleosol carbonate carbon isotope excursions marking five early Eocene hyperthermals in the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming
HA Abels, V Lauretano, AE Van Yperen, T Hopman, JC Zachos, ...
Climate of the Past 12 (5), 1151-1163, 2016
Orbitally paced carbon and deep‐sea temperature changes at the peak of the Early Eocene Climatic Optimum
V Lauretano, JC Zachos, LJ Lourens
Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 33 (10), 1050-1065, 2018
Early Paleogene variations in the calcite compensation depth: new constraints using old borehole sediments from across Ninetyeast Ridge, central Indian Ocean
BS Slotnick, V Lauretano, J Backman, GR Dickens, A Sluijs, L Lourens
Climate of the Past 11 (3), 473-493, 2015
Eocene to Oligocene terrestrial Southern Hemisphere cooling caused by declining pCO2
V Lauretano, AT Kennedy-Asser, VA Korasidis, MW Wallace, PJ Valdes, ...
Nature Geoscience 14 (9), 659-664, 2021
Early Oligocene vegetation and climate of southwestern China inferred from palynology
H Tang, SF Li, T Su, RA Spicer, ST Zhang, SH Li, J Liu, V Lauretano, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 560, 109988, 2020
Changes in the high-latitude Southern Hemisphere through the Eocene-Oligocene transition: a model-data comparison.
AT Kennedy-Asser, DJ Lunt, PJ Valdes, JB Ladant, J Frieling, ...
Climate of the Past, 2020
Paleoclimate model-derived thermal lapse rates: Towards increasing precision in paleoaltimetry studies
A Farnsworth, PJ Valdes, RA Spicer, L Ding, C Witkowski, V Lauretano, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 564, 116903, 2021
Cyclochronology of the Early Eocene carbon isotope record from a composite Contessa Road-Bottaccione section (Gubbio, central Italy)
S Galeotti, M Moretti, N Sabatino, M Sprovieri, M Ceccatelli, ...
Newsletters on Stratigraphy 50 (3), 231-244, 2017
A 9 million-year-long astrochronological record of the early–middle Eocene corroborated by seafloor spreading rates
F Francescone, V Lauretano, C Bouligand, M Moretti, N Sabatino, ...
GSA Bulletin 131 (3-4), 499-520, 2018
Integrated stratigraphy of the Smirra Core (Umbria-Marche Basin, Apennines, Italy): A new early Paleogene reference section and implications for the geologic time scale
A Turtù, V Lauretano, R Catanzariti, FJ Hilgen, S Galeotti, L Lanci, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 487, 158-174, 2017
Late Eocene-early Oligocene paleoenvironmental changes recorded at Lühe, Yunnan, southwestern China
V Lauretano, CR Witkowski, A Farnsworth, S Li, S Li, JP Mayser, ...
EarthArXiv, 2021
Astrochronology of extreme global warming events during the early Eocene greenhouse climate
V Lauretano
UU Dept. of Earth Sciences, 2016
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