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  • Medeiros, Andrew S., Milošević, Đurađ, Francis, Donna R., Maddison, Eleanor, Woodroffe, Sarah, Long, Antony, Walker, Ian R., Hamerlík, Ladislav, Quinlan, Roberto, Langdon, Peter, Brodersen, Klaus P. & Axford, Yarrow (2020). Arctic chironomids of the northwest North Atlantic reflect environmental and biogeographic gradients. Journal of Biogeography
  • Bentley, R. A., Maddison, E. J., Ranner, P. H., Bissell, J. J., Caiado, C. C. C. S., Bhatanacharoen, P., Clark, T., Botha, M., Akinbami, F., Hollow, M., Michie, R., Huntley, B., Curtis, S. E. & Garnett, P. R. (2014). Social tipping points and Earth systems dynamics. Frontiers in Environmental Science 2: 35.
  • Maddison, EJ, Pike, J & Dunbar, R (2012). Seasonally-laminated diatom-rich sediments from Dumont d’Urville Trough, East Antarctic Margin: Late Holocene Neoglacial sea-ice conditions. The Holocene 22(8): 857-875.
  • Pike, J., Crosta, X., Maddison, E. J., Stickley, C. E., Denis, D., Barbara, L. & Renssen, H. (2009). Observations on the relationship between the Antarctic coastal diatoms Thalassiosira antarctica Comber and Porosira glacialis (Grunow) Jorgensen and sea ice concentrations during the late Quaternary. Marine Micropaleontology 73(1-2): 14-25.
  • Leventer, A., Domack, E., Dunbar, R., Pike, J., Stickley, C., Maddison, E., , Brachfeld, S., Manley, P., & McClennen, C., (2006). East Antarctic Margin marine sediment record of deglaciation. GSA Today 16(12): 4-10.
  • Maddison, E. J., Pike, J., Leventer, A., Dunbar, R., Brachfeld, S., Domack, E. W., Manley, P. & McClennen, C. (2006). Post-glacial seasonal diatom record of the Mertz Glacier Polynya, East Antarctica. Marine Micropaleontology 60(1): 66-88.
  • Maddison, E. J., Pike, J., Leventer, A. & Domack, E. W. (2005). Deglacial seasonal and sub-seasonal diatom record from Palmer Deep, Antarctica. Journal of Quaternary Science 20(5): 435-446.