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(2017) Enhanced Silicate Weathering of Tropical Shelf Sediments Exposed during Glacial Lowstands: A Sink for Atmospheric CO2
Wan S & Clift P

(2017) Late Cenozoic Climate and Carbon-Cycle Dynamics from the Arabian Sea (IODP 355)
Newton K, Bendle J, Edgar K, Liddy H, Feakins S, Clift P, Tauxe L, Kulhanek D, Scardia G, Warny S & Anand P

(2016) Understanding the Cenozoic Evolution of East Asian Tectonic-Geomorphology: A Sediment Provenance-Based Approach
Zheng H, He M, Wang P, Wei X, Luo C, Tada R & Clift P

(2016) Paleo (Cretaceous – Modern) East Asian Monsoon Controlled by Topography and Mid-Tropospheric Flow, not pCO2
Farnsworth A, Lunt D, Robinson S, Clift P, Worbel N & Markwick P

(2014) Dependence of εNd on Sediment Grain Size, Indus Delta, Pakistan
Jonell T, Clift P, Giosan L & Blusztajn J

(2014) Deciphering Records of Chemical Weathering in the South China Sea
Clift P, Hu D, Boening P & Blusztajn J

(2011) Evolving Isotopic Fluxes to Asian Marginal Seas Controlled by Monsoon Strength Since the Last Glacial Maximum
Clift P, Hu D & Limmer D

(2009) Paleoenvironmental Change in the Middle Okinawa Trough over the Last 30 ka: Evidences from Clay Minerals and Geochemistry
Dou Y, Yang S, Liu Z & Clift P

(2009) The Role of Island Arc Collisions in Building the Continental Crust: Evidence from Tyrone, Ireland
Clift P, Draut A, Amato J & Chew D

(2008) Constraining Rates of Crustal Recycling Using Geophysical and Geochemical Methods
Vannucchi P, Clift P & Phipps-Morgan J

(2008) Pb, Sr and Nd Isotopic Constraints on the Evolving Provenance of the Red River
Clift P, Ellam R, Hinton R & Tan MT

(2007) Tectonic Subduction Erosion, Arc Magmatism and the Maintenance of the Continental Crust
Clift P

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