M. F. Furze
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Revision of the NW Laurentide Ice Sheet: implications for paleoclimate, the northeast extremity of Beringia, and Arctic Ocean sedimentation
John England, M. F. Furze, J. Doupé
Geology
1 August 2009
Abstract For the past half-century, reconstructions of North American ice cover during the Last Glacial Maximum have shown ice-free land distal to the Laurentide Ice Sheet, primarily on Melville and… Expand
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New evidence for a grounded Irish Sea glaciation of the Isles of Scilly, UK
J. Hiemstra, David J. A. Evans, J. Scourse, D. McCarroll, M. F. Furze, E. Rhodes
Geology
1 February 2006
Abstract New geomorphological and sedimentological data support previously published reconstructions of an Irish Sea Glacier advance as far south as the northern shores of the Isles of Scilly in the… Expand
74 Citations
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New evidence from the western Canadian Arctic Archipelago for the resubmergence of Bering Strait
J. England, M. F. Furze
GeologyQuaternary Research
1 July 2008
Abstract Widespread molluscan samples were collected from raised marine sediments to date the last retreat of the NW Laurentide Ice Sheet from the western Canadian Arctic Archipelago. At the head of… Expand
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New marine ΔR values for Arctic Canada
Roy D. Coulthard, M. F. Furze, A. Pieńkowski, F. C. Nixon, John D. England
Geology
1 August 2010
Abstract For more than four decades, the reporting of 14C dates on marine molluscs from Arctic Canada has been notable for the lack of consistently applied marine reservoir corrections. We propose… Expand
82 Citations
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A critical review of the glaciomarine model for Irish sea deglaciation: evidence from southern Britain, the Celtic shelf and adjacent continental slope
J. Scourse, M. F. Furze
Geology
1 July 2001
In support of their ‘glaciomarine’ model for the deglaciation of the Irish Sea basin, Eyles and McCabe cited the occurrence of distal glaciomarine mud drapes onshore in the Isles of Scilly and North… Expand
98 Citations
3
Source, timing, frequency and flux of ice‐rafted detritus to the Northeast Atlantic margin, 30–12 ka: testing the Heinrich precursor hypothesis
Anna I. Haapaniemi, J. Scourse, +9 authors I. Hall
Geology
1 April 2010
Increased fluxes of ice-rafted detritus (IRD) from European ice sheets have been documented some 1000–1500 years before the arrival of Laurentide Ice Sheet (LIS)-sourced IRD during Heinrich (H)… Expand
44 Citations
3
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The shallow stratigraphy and geohazards of the Northeast Baffin Shelf and Lancaster Sound
R. Bennett, D. C. Campbell, M. F. Furze
Geology
1 December 2014
Abstract Hydrocarbon resource potential and a growing population have increased the need for new marine infrastructure in the Baffin Bay region. Before determining the viability of any seabed… Expand
19 Citations
2
Late Holocene environmental conditions in Coronation Gulf, southwestern Canadian Arctic Archipelago: evidence from dinoflagellate cysts, other non-pollen palynomorphs, and pollen
A. Pieńkowski, P. Mudie, John England, John N. Smith, M. F. Furze
Geology
1 November 2011
Boxcore 99LSSL-001 (68.0958 N, 114.1868 W; 211 m water depth) from Coronation Gulf represents the first decadal- scale marine palynology and late Holocene sediment record for the southwestern part of… Expand
32 Citations
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The late Quaternary environmental evolution of marine Arctic Canada: Barrow Strait to Lancaster Sound
A. Pieńkowski, J. England, M. F. Furze, B. Maclean, S. Blasco
Geology
1 May 2014
Abstract A marine sediment core from the east-central Canadian Arctic Archipelago (Core 86027-154; 74° 22.01′N 89° 51.26′W; 329 m water depth), studied by a multiproxy approach [lithostratigraphy,… Expand
21 Citations
1
Deglaciation and ice shelf development at the northeast margin of the Laurentide Ice Sheet during the Younger Dryas chronozone
M. F. Furze, A. Pieńkowski, M. McNeely, R. Bennett, A. Cage
Geology
2018
Core 2011804-0010 from easternmost Lancaster Sound provides important insights into deglacial timing and style at the marine margin of the NE Laurentide Ice Sheet (LIS). Spanning 13.2–11.0 cal. ka BP… Expand
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