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Curtin, L., D’Andrea, W.J., Balascio, N., Shirazi, S., Shapiro, B., de Wet, G., Bradley, R., Bakke, J. 2021. Sedimentary DNA and molecular evidence for early human occupation of the Faroe Islands. Accepted manuscript, Communications Earth and Environment.

Curtin, L., D’Andrea, W., Balascio, N., Pugsley, G., de Wet, G., Bradley, R., 2019, Holocene and Last Interglacial climate of the Faroe Islands from sedimentary leaf wax hydrogen and carbon isotopes, Quaternary Science Reviews 223, 105930.

Harning, D., Curtin, L., Giersdóttir, Á., D’Andrea, W. J., Miller, G. H., Sepúlveda, J., 2020, Lipid biomarkers quantify Holocene summer temperature and ice cap sensitivity in Icelandic lakes, Geophysical Research Letters.

Aebig, C.H.F., Curtin, L., Hageman, K.J., Moy, C.M., and Beltran, C., 2017, Quantification of low molecular weight n- alkanes in lake sediment cores for paleoclimate studies: Organic Geochemistry, v. 107, p. 46–53.

Browne, I.M., Moy, C.M., Riesselman, C.R., Neil, H.L., Curtin, L.G., Gorman, A.R., and Wilson, G.S., 2017, Late Holocene intensification of the westerly winds at the subantarctic Auckland Islands (51°S), New Zealand: Climate of the Past Discussions, April, p. 1–37.


In Preparation

Curtin, L., Harning, D., D’Andrea, W. J., Gierdóttir, Á, Miller, G. H., Shifting Icelandic precipitation isotopes reflect North Atlantic atmospheric circulation changes during the Holocene .

Curtin, L., , D’Andrea, W. J., Balascio, N., Holocene temperature history of the Lofoten Islands, Arctic Norway.

Curtin, L., , D’Andrea, W. J., Balascio, N., Fecal biomarkers as recorders of human impacts in the Lofoten Islands, Norway.

Curtin, L., Moy, C., Nichols, J., Hageman, K., Aebig, C., Wilson, G., A 550-year multi-proxy record from lake sediment cores reveals recent SH westerly wind variability in the Auckland Islands (51°S), NZ Sub-Antarctic.