Philippa Ascough
Philippa Ascough
Lecturer and Head, NERC Radiocarbon Facility, SUERC, University of Glasgow
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Methodological approaches to determining the marine radiocarbon reservoir effect
P Ascough, G Cook, A Dugmore
Progress in Physical Geography 29 (4), 532-547, 2005
Isotopes in pyrogenic carbon: A review
MI Bird, PL Ascough
Organic Geochemistry 42 (12), 1529-1539, 2012
Variability in oxidative degradation of charcoal: influence of production conditions and environmental exposure
PL Ascough, MI Bird, SM Francis, B Thornton, AJ Midwood, AC Scott, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75 (9), 2361-2378, 2011
X-ray microtomographic imaging of charcoal
MI Bird, PL Ascough, IM Young, CV Wood, AC Scott
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (10), 2698-2706, 2008
The worldwide marine radiocarbon reservoir effect: definitions, mechanisms, and prospects
EQ Alves, K Macario, P Ascough, C Bronk Ramsey
Reviews of Geophysics 56 (1), 278-305, 2018
Charcoal reflectance measurements: implications for structural characterization and assessment of diagenetic alteration
PL Ascough, MI Bird, AC Scott, ME Collinson, I Cohen-Ofri, CE Snape, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (7), 1590-1599, 2010
Radiocarbon dating
I Hajdas, P Ascough, MH Garnett, SJ Fallon, CL Pearson, G Quarta, ...
Nature Reviews Methods Primers 1 (1), 62, 2021
Carbon sequestration potential and physicochemical properties differ between wildfire charcoals and slow-pyrolysis biochars
C Santín, SH Doerr, A Merino, TD Bucheli, R Bryant, P Ascough, X Gao, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 11233, 2017
Hydropyrolysis as a new tool for radiocarbon pre-treatment and the quantification of black carbon
PL Ascough, MI Bird, F Brock, TFG Higham, W Meredith, CE Snape, ...
Quaternary Geochronology 4 (2), 140-147, 2009
Rapid Removal of Atmospheric CO2 by Urban Soils
CL Washbourne, E Lopez-Capel, P Renforth, PL Ascough, DAC Manning
Environmental science & technology 49 (9), 5434-5440, 2015
Influence of production variables and starting material on charcoal stable isotopic and molecular characteristics
PL Ascough, MI Bird, P Wormald, CE Snape, D Apperley
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72 (24), 6090-6102, 2008
Alkali extraction of archaeological and geological charcoal: evidence for diagenetic degradation and formation of humic acids
PL Ascough, MI Bird, SM Francis, T Lebl
Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (1), 69-78, 2011
Investigation of growth responses in saprophytic fungi to charred biomass
PL Ascough, CJ Sturrock, MI Bird
Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies 46 (1), 64-77, 2010
Temporal and spatial variations in freshwater 14C reservoir effects: Lake Mývatn, northern Iceland
PL Ascough, GT Cook, MJ Church, E Dunbar, Á Einarsson, TH McGovern, ...
Radiocarbon 52 (3), 1098-1112, 2010
Assessment of hydropyrolysis as a method for the quantification of black carbon using standard reference materials
W Meredith, PL Ascough, MI Bird, DJ Large, CE Snape, Y Sun, EL Tilston
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 97, 131-147, 2012
Best practice methodology for 14C calibration of marine and mixed terrestrial/marine samples
GT Cook, PL Ascough, C Bonsall, WD Hamilton, N Russell, KL Sayle, ...
Quaternary Geochronology 27, 164-171, 2015
The Vikings were not the first colonizers of the Faroe Islands
MJ Church, SV Arge, KJ Edwards, PL Ascough, JM Bond, GT Cook, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 77, 228-232, 2013
Charcoal production during the norse and early medieval periods in Eyjafjallahreppur, southern Iceland
MJ Church, AJ Dugmore, KA Mairs, AR Millard, GT Cook, ...
Radiocarbon 49 (2), 659-672, 2007
North Atlantic marine 14C reservoir effects: implications for late-Holocene chronological studies
PL Ascough, GT Cook, AJ Dugmore
Quaternary Geochronology 4 (3), 171-180, 2009
New views on “old” carbon in the Amazon River: Insight from the source of organic carbon eroded from the Peruvian Andes
KE Clark, RG Hilton, AJ West, Y Malhi, DR Gröcke, CL Bryant, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 14 (5), 1644-1659, 2013
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