Henry T. Mullins

Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
Environmental Sciences, Atmospheric Science Physics
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Matthew E Kirby grad student 1997-2001 Syracuse (Geotree)
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Mullins HT, Patterson WP, Teece MA, et al. (2011) Holocene climate and environmental change in central New York (USA) Journal of Paleolimnology. 45: 243-256
Mullins HT, Heath KC, Buren HMV, et al. (2009) Anatomy of a modern open-ocean carbonate slope: northern Little Bahama Bank Deep-Water Turbidite Systems. 303-330
Diefendorf AF, Patterson WP, Holmden C, et al. (2008) Carbon isotopes of marl and lake sediment organic matter reflect terrestrial landscape change during the late Glacial and early Holocene (16,800 to 5,540 cal yr B.P.): A multiproxy study of lacustrine sediments at Lough Inchiquin, western Ireland Journal of Paleolimnology. 39: 101-115
Diefendorf AF, Patterson WP, Mullins HT, et al. (2006) Evidence for high-frequency late Glacial to mid-Holocene (16,800 to 5500 cal yr B.P.) climate variability from oxygen isotope values of Lough Inchiquin, Ireland Quaternary Research. 65: 78-86
McFadden MA, Patterson WP, Mullins HT, et al. (2005) Multi-proxy approach to long- and short-term Holocene climate-change: Evidence from eastern Lake Ontario Journal of Paleolimnology. 33: 371-391
Lyons RP, Scholz CA, Mullins HT. (2005) Seismic stratigraphy of Skaneateles Lake: A high-resolution history of lake level, paleoclimate, and natural hazards in central New York Northeastern Geology and Environmental Sciences. 27: 302-315
McFadden MA, Mullins HT, Patterson WP, et al. (2004) Paleoproductivity of eastern Lake Ontario over the past 10,000 years Limnology and Oceanography. 49: 1570-1581
Burnett AW, Mullins HT, Patterson WP. (2004) Relationship between atmospheric circulation and winter precipitation δ18O in central New York State Geophysical Research Letters. 31: 1-4
Ellis KG, Mullins HT, Patterson WP. (2004) Deglacial to middle Holocene (16,600 to 6000 calendar years BP) climate change in the northeastern United States inferred from multi-proxy stable isotope data, Seneca Lake, New York Journal of Paleolimnology. 31: 343-361
Burnett AW, Kirby ME, Mullins HT, et al. (2003) Increasing Great Lake-effect snowfall during the twentieth century: A regional response to global warming? Journal of Climate. 16: 3535-3542
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