Joyce Lundberg

Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada 
Geochemistry, Paleontology
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Kaufmann G, Romanov D, Nielbock R, et al. (2020) The sediment record of the Unicorn Cave, southern Harz Mountains, Germany Geomorphology. 367: 107295
Musil R, Děkanovský O, Ivanov M, et al. (2019) Dagmar Cave (Czech Republic, Moravian Karst), a unique palaeontological site of the Cromerian Interglacial Quaternary International. 504: 56-69
Lundberg J, Brewer-Carías C, McFarlane D, et al. (2018) On biospeleothems from a Venezuelan tepui cave: U-Th dating, growth rates, and morphology International Journal of Speleology. 47: 361-378
McFarlane DA, Lundberg J. (2018) New records of guano-associated minerals from caves in northwestern Borneo International Journal of Speleology. 47: 119-126
Columbu A, Sauro F, Lundberg J, et al. (2018) Palaeoenvironmental changes recorded by speleothems of the southern Alps (Piani Eterni, Belluno, Italy) during four interglacial to glacial climate transitions Quaternary Science Reviews. 197: 319-335
McFarlane DA, Roberts W, Buchroithner M, et al. (2015) Terrestrial liDAR-based automated counting of swiftlet nests in the caves of gomantong, Sabah, Borneo International Journal of Speleology. 44
McFarlane DA, Rentergem GV, Ruina A, et al. (2015) Estimating colony size of the wrinkle-lipped bat, Chaerephon plicatus (Chiroptera: Molossidae) at Gomantong, Sabah, by quantitative image analysis Acta Chiropterologica. 17: 171-177
Zijlstra JS, Mcfarlane DA, Van Den Hoek Ostende LW, et al. (2014) New rodents (Cricetidae) from the Neogene of Curaçao and Bonaire, Dutch Antilles Palaeontology. 57: 895-908
Mcfarlane DA, Lundberg J, Neff H. (2014) A speleothem record of early british and roman mining at Charterhouse, Mendip, England Archaeometry. 56: 431-443
Lundberg J, Musil R, Sabol M. (2014) Sedimentary history of Za Hájovnou Cave (Moravia, Czech Republic): A unique Middle Pleistocene palaeontological site Quaternary International. 339: 11-24
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