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  1. Age, geographical distribution and taphonomy of an unusual occurrence of mummified crabeater seals on James Ross Island, Antarctica
Nelson, A.E.; Smellie, J.L.; Williams, M.; Moreton, S.
In: Antarctic Science, 20, No. 5, 485-493
Nelson, A.E. (Anna E.) (Author)599.745.3ArticleAdd To Basket
  2. The anatomy of a Fenland roddon : sedimentation and environmental change in a lowland Holocene tidal creek environment
Smith, D.M.; Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Williams, M.; Wilkinson, I.P.; Scarborough, J.J.; Knight, M.; Sayer, C.D.; Redding, M.; Moreton, S.
In: Vol. 59 pt/no 2 (2012), p. 145-159
Smith, D.M. (Dinah M.) (Author)00526Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  3. The Anthropocene : a new epoch of geological time?
Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Williams, M.; Haywood, A.M.; Ellis, M.
Zalasiewicz, J.A. (Jan A. (BGS 1979-1994) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 05512Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  4. The Anthropocene : In: Keywords for environmental studies / edited by Adamson Joni, Gleason, William A., Pellow, David N. [s.l] : NYU Press, 2016
Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Williams, M.; Waters, C.N.
Zalasiewicz, J.A. (Jan A. (BGS 1979-1994) (Author)Electronic onlySurvey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  5. The Anthropocene : a conspicuous stratigraphical signal of anthropogenic changes in production and consumption across the biosphere : In: Earth's future Vol. 4 pt/no 3 (2016)
Williams, M.; Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Waters, C.N.; Edgeworth, M.; Bennett, C.E.; Barnosky, A.D.; Ellis, E.C.; Ellis, M.; Cearreta, A.; Haff, P.; Ivar do Sul, J.A.; Leinfelder, R.R.; McNeill, J.R.; Odada, E.O.; Oreskes, N.; Revkin, A.; Richter, D.; Steffen, W.; Summerhayes, C.P.; Syvitski, J.P.M.; Vidas, D.; Wagreich, M.; Wing, S.L.; Wolfe, A.P.; Zhisheng, A.
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)Electronic onlySurvey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  6. Appendages of the arthropod Kunmingella from the early Cambrian of China : its bearing on the systematic position of the Bradoriida and the fossil record of tthe Ostracoda
Xianguang, H.; Siveter, D.J.; Walossek, D.; Bergstrom, J.; Williams, M.
Xianguang, H. (Author)BGS Staff Paper 02759Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  7. The application of microfossils in assessing the provenance of chalk used in the manufacture of Roman mosaics at Silchester
Wilkinson, I.P.; Williams, M.; Young, J.R.; Cook, S.R.; Fulford, M.G.; Lott, G.K.; British Geological Survey; University of Leicester; Natural History Museum; University of Reading
Wilkinson, I.P. (Ian P. (BGS 1973-2013) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 05240Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  8. Aquatic and plant microfossils of probable non-vascular origin from the Ballagan formation (lower Carboniferous), Midland Valley, Scotland
Stephenson, M.H.; Williams, M.; Leng, M.J.; Monaghan, A.A.
In: Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society Vol. 55 pt/no 2 (2004) p 145-158, p 145-158
Stephenson, M.H. (Michael H. (BGS 1998-) (Author)00526Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  9. Aquatic plant microfossils of probable non-vascular origin from the Ballagan Formation (Lower Carboniferous), Midland Valley, Scotland
Stephenson, M.H.; Williams, M.; Leng, M.J.; Monaghan, A.A.
In: Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 55, Pt. 2
Stephenson, M.H. (Michael H. (BGS 1998-) (Author)561ArticleAdd To Basket
  10. Are there pre-Quaternary geological analogues for a future greenhouse warming? [electronic version]
Haywood, A.M.; Ridgwell, A.; Lunt, D.J.; Hill, D.J.; Pound, M.J.; Dowsett, H.J.; Dolan, A.M.; Francis, J.E.; Williams, M.
Haywood, A.M. (Alan M.) (Author)Electronic onlySurvey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  11. Are we now living in the Anthropocene?
Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Williams, M.; Smith, A.; Barry, T.L.; Coe, A.L.; Bown, P.R.; Brenchley, P.J.; Cantrill, D.; Gale, A.S.; Gibbard, P.L.; Gregory, F.J.; Hounslow, M.W.; Kerr, A.C.; Pearson, P.; Knox, R.W.O'B.; Powell, J.H.; Waters, C.N.; Marshall, J.; Oates, M.J.; Rawson, P.; Stone, P.; University of Leicester; University of Cambridge; Open University; University College London; University of Liverpool; University of Portsmouth; Royal Botanic Gardens; Natural History Museum; University of Cambridge; Petro-Strat Ltd.; Lancaster University; Cardiff University; British Geological Survey; University of southampton; BG Group plc; University of Hull
Zalasiewicz, J.A. (Jan A. (BGS 1979-1994) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 05068Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
Reserve a copy 12. BGS graptolite collections and biostratigraphy reports for the New Quay - Llangranog & Lampeter districts of Wales: a brief summary of in-house data (as at June 2001) : British Geological Survey Report IR/01/117 (2001)
Williams, M.; British Geological Survey
Copies: 2
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  13. Biogeographical patterns of Ordovician ostracods
Meidla, T.; Tinn, O.; Salas, M.; Williams, M.; Siveter, D.J.; Vandenbroucke, T.R.A.; Sabbe, K.
In: Early Palaeozoic biogeography and palaeogeography / edited by D.A.T. Harper & T. Servais. London : Geological Society (Memoir 38), 2013, p. 337-354
Meidla, T. (Tonu) (Author)00316Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  14. Biostratigraphy and micropalaeontology of ostracods from the lower carboniferous Ballagan formation : For: Journalof Micropalaeontology
Williams, M.; Stephenson, M.H.; Leng, M.J.
Copies: 0
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  15. Biostratigraphy and palaeoenvironments of the Ballagan Formation (lower Carboniferous) in Ayrshire
Stephenson, M.H.; Williams, M.; Monaghan, A.A.; Arkley, S.; Smith, R.A.
In: Scottish Journal of Geology 38(2) 2002 p.93-111, p.93-111
Stephenson, M.H. (Michael H. (BGS 1998-) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 03727Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  16. Biostratigraphy, palaeobiogeography and morphology of the Llandovery (Silurian) graptolites Campograptus lobiferus (M'Coy) and Campograptus harpago (Tornquist)
Williams, M.; Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Chopey-Jones, A.
In: Scottish Journal of Geology 39(1) 2003 p.71-86, p.71-86
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 03761Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
Reserve a copy 17. British Cambrian and Tremadoc Bradoriid and phosphatocopid arthropods : Monograph of the Palaeontographical Society 152(607) 1998
Siveter, D.J.; Williams, M.
ISBN: X781029685
Copies: 2
Siveter, D.J. (David J.) (Author)00353Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  18. Cambrian arthropod soft-parts revealed : classic sequences are still revealing palaeontological gems
Siveter, D.J.; Williams, M.
In: In: Earthwise No. 18 (2002) p. 38-39, p. 38-39
Siveter, D.J. (David J.) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 04379Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
Reserve a copy 19. Cambrian Bradoriid and Phosphatocopid Arthropods of North America (1997)
Siveter, D.J.; Williams, M.
ISBN: 0901702617
Copies: 1
Siveter, D.J. (David J.) (Author)00852Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  20. The Campbell Island teal Anas aucklandica nesiotis: history and review
Williams, M.; ROBERTSON, C.J.R.
In: Wildfowl, 47, 134-165
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)598.412ArticleAdd To Basket
  21. Can an Anthropocene Series be defined and recognized?
Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Williams, M.; Waters, C.N.
In: A stratigraphical basis for the Anthropocene / edited by C.N. Waters, J.A. Zalasiewicz, M. Williams, M. Ellis and A.M. Snelling. London : Geological Society of London (Special publication no. 395), 2014, p. 39-53
Zalasiewicz, J.A. (Jan A. (BGS 1979-1994) (Author)00865Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  22. A Carboniferous necrophagous myodocopid ostracod from Derbyshire, England
Wilkinson, I.P.; Williams, M.; Siveter, D.J.; Wilby, P.R.
In: Revista Espanola de Micropaleontologia, 36, No. 1, 195-206
Wilkinson, I.P. (Ian P. (BGS 1973-2013) (Author)565.33ArticleAdd To Basket
  23. A carboniferous necrophagous myodocopid ostracod from Derbyshire, England
Wilkinson, I.P.; Williams, M.; Siveter, D.J.; Wilby, P.R.
In: Revista Espanola de Micropaleontologia Vol. 36 pt/no 1 (2004) p. 195-206, p. 195-206
Wilkinson, I.P. (Ian P. (BGS 1973-2013) (Author)04082Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  24. Cardigan rock sequence revealed : graptolites are the key to reconstructing an area of complex Ordovician geology
Williams, M.; Davies, J.R.; Waters, R.A.; Wilson, D.; Wilby, P.R.; Schofield, D.I.
In: In: Earthwise 2004 No. 20 p. 12-13, p. 12-13
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 04280Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  25. Climate and environment of a Pliocene warm world
Salzmann, U.; Williams, M.; Haywood, A.M.; Johnson, A.L.A.; Kender, S.; Zalasiewicz, J.A.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology Vol. 309 pt/no 1-2 (2011), p. 1-8
Salzmann, U. (Author)03485Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  26. Climate change in earth history : policy implications
Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Smith, A.; Waters, C.N.; Gregory, F.J.; Barry, T.L.; Bown, P.R.; Brenchley, P.J.; Coe, A.L.; Cope, J.C.W.; Knox, R.W.O'B.; Gale, A.S.; Gibbard, P.L.; Hounslow, M.W.; Marshall, J.; Powell, J.H.; Oates, M.J.; Stone, P.; Rawson, P.F.; Trewin, N.H.; Williams, M.; Stratigraphy Commission of the Geological Society
In: In: Science in Parliament Vol. 63 pt/no 3 (2006) p. 2, p. 2
Zalasiewicz, J.A. (Jan A. (BGS 1979-1994) (Author)00833/1Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  27. The climate of the future: clues from three million years ago
Haywood, A.M.; Williams, M.
In: Geology Today, 21, No. 4, 138-143
Haywood, A.M. (Alan M.) (Author)551.583.7ArticleAdd To Basket
  28. Comparative sclerochronology of modern and mid-Pliocene (c. 3.5 Ma) Aequipecten opercularis (Mollusca, Bivalvia) : an insight into past and future climate change in the North-East Atlantic region
Johnson, A.L.A.; Hickson, J.A.; Bird, A.F.; Schone, B.R.; Balson, P.S.; Heaton, T.H.E.; Williams, M.; University of Derby; Germany. Johannes Gutenberg University; British Geological Survey; University of Leicester
In: In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology Vol. 284 pt/no 3-4 (2009) p. 164-179, p. 164-179
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  29. The conodont Distomodus kentuckensis: alternative reconstructions, a bedding plane aassemblage, and the implications for apparatus evolution [poster]
Purnell, M.A.; Wilby, P.R.; Williams, M.; Akhurst, M.C.; Palaeontological Association. Annual Meeting
In: Palaeontology Newsletter no.54 Dec.2003 p.185, p.185
Purnell, M.A. (Mark A.) (Author)00103/1Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  30. Conservation dilemmas with island wildfowl (Anatidae): a perspective based on the New Zealand experience
Williams, M.
In: Gibier Faune Sauvage, 13, Spec. No. vol. 1, 849-865
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)598.412ArticleAdd To Basket
  31. Cosmopolitan arthropod zooplankton in the Ordovician seas
Vannier, J.M.C.; Williams, M.; Rushton, A.W.A.
In: Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 195(1-2) 2003 p.173-192, p.173-192
Vannier, J.M.C. (Author)03485Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  32. Crustaceans and the "Cambrian explosion": technical comments and reply by D.J. Siveter, M. Williams . D. Waloszek
Siveter, D.J.; Williams, M.; Waloszek, D.; Budd, G.E.; Butterfield, N.J.; Jensen, S.
In: Science 293(5529) 2001 p2047a (full text at www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/294/5549/2047a, p2047a [abstract]
Siveter, D.J. (David J.) (Author)07465Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  33. Dawsonia Nicholson : linguliform brachiopods, crustacean tail-pieces and a problematicum rather than graptolite ovarian vesicles
Page, A.; Wilby, P.R.; Mellish, C.J.T; Williams, M.; Zalasiewicz, J.A.; University of Leicester; British Geological Survey; Natural History Museum
In: In: Earth and environmental science transactions Vol. 99 pt/no 3-4 (2008) p. 251-266, p. 251-266
Page, A. (Alex) (Author)01138Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
Reserve a copy 34. Deep-time perspectives on climate change : marrying the signal from computer models and biological proxies (2007)
Williams, M.; Micropalaeontological Society; Gregory, J.; Williams, M.; Haywood, A.M.; SCHMIDT, D.N.
ISBN: 9781862392403
Copies: 2
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Editor)551.58Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  35. Diagenesis of fossil ostracods : implications for stable isotope based palaeoenvironmental reconstruction
Bennett, C.E.; Williams, M.; Leng, M.J.; Siveter, D.J.; Davies, S.J.; Sloane, H.J.; Wilkinson, I.P.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology Vol. 305 pt/no 1-4 (2011), p. 150-161
Bennett, C.E. (Carys Elizabeth) (Author)03485Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  36. Dynamic response of the shallow marine benthic ecosystem to regional and pan-Tethyan environmental change at the Paleocene–Eocene boundary [electronic version]
Afzal, J.; Williams, M.; Leng, M.J.; Aldridge, R.J.
Afzal, J. (Jawad) (Author)Electronic onlySurvey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
Reserve a copy 37. An early Cambrian assignment for the Caerfai Group of South Wales : Journal of the Geological Society of London 152(2) 1995 p.221-224
Siveter, D.J.; Williams, M.
ISBN: X780840665
Copies: 3
Siveter, D.J. (David J.) (Author)00565Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  38. An early Cambrian phosphatocopid crustacean with three-dimensionally preserved soft parts from Shropshire, England
Siveter, D.J.; Waloszek, D.; Williams, M.
In: Trilobites and their relatives : contributions from the Third International Conference, Oxford 2001. London: Palaeontological Association (Special Paper 70) p.9-30, p.9-30
Siveter, D.J. (David J.) (Author)00852Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  39. Early Carboniferous (Late Tournaisian-Early Visean) ostracods from the Ballagan Formation, central Scotland, UK
Williams, M.; Stephenson, M.H.; Wilkinson, I.P.; Leng, M.J.; MILLER, C.G.
In: Journal of Micropalaeontology, 24, 77-94
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)565.33ArticleAdd To Basket
  40. Early Carboniferous (late Tournaisian-early Visean) ostracods from the Ballagan Formation, central Scotland, UK
Williams, M.; Stephenson, M.H.; Wilkinson, I.P.; Leng, M.J.; Miller, C.G.
In: Journal of Micropalaeontology vol. 24 pt/no 1 (2005) p 77-94, p 77-94
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 04111Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  41. Early Pliocene Weddell Sea seasonality determined by bryozoans
Clark, N.; Williams, M.; Okamura, B.; Smellie, J.L.; Nelson, A.E.; Knowles, T.; Taylor, P; Leng, M.J.; Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Haywood, A.M.; University of Leicester; British Geological Survey; Natural History Museum; British Antarctic Survey
In: Stratigraphy Vol. 7 pt/no 2-3 (2010) p. 199-206, p. 199-206
Clark, N. (Nicola) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 05477Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  42. An early Silurian armoured polychaete? [abstract]
Wilby, P.R.; Williams, M.; Milodowski, A.E.; Akhurst, M.C.; Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Palaeontological Association. Annual Meeting
In: Palaeontology Newsletter no.54 Dec.2003 p.159, p.159
Wilby, P.R. (Philip R. (BGS 1996-) (Author)00103/1Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  43. Efficacy of delta18O data from Pliocene planktonic foraminfer calcite for spatial sea surface temperature reconstruction: comparison with a fully coupled ocean-atmosphere GCM and fossil assemblage data for the mid-Pliocene
Williams, M.; Haywood, A.M.; Hillenbrand, C.-D.; Wilkinson, I.P.
In: Geological Magazine, 142, No. 4, 399-417
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)563.12ArticleAdd To Basket
  44. Efficacy of [delta]18 0 data from Pliocene planktonic forminifer calcite for spatial sea surface temperature reconstruction : comparison with a fully coupled ocean-atmosphere GCM and fossil assemblage data for mid-Pliocene
Williams, M.; Haywood, A.M.; Hillenbrand, C.; Wilkinson, I.P.
In: In: Geological Magazine Vol. 142 pt/no 4 (2005) p. 399-417, p. 399-417
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 04193Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  45. Enter the Anthropocene : an epoch of time characterised by humans
Williams, M.; Zalasiewicz, J.A.; University of Leicester; British Geological Survey
In: In: Journal Open University Geological Society Vol. 30 pt/no 2 (2009) p. 31-34, p. 31-34
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)00265/2Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  46. Evaluating the efficacy of planktonic foraminifer calcite delta18O data to for sea surface temperature reconstruction for the Late Miocene
Williams, M.; Haywood, A.M.; Taylor, S.P.; Valdes, P.J.; Sellwood, B.W.; Hillenbrand, C.-D.
In: Geobios, 38, No. 6, 843-863
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)563.12ArticleAdd To Basket
  47. Evidence for a stratigraphical basis for the Anthropocene : In: Strati 2013 / edited by R Rocha. [s.l.] : Springer, 2014
Waters, C.N.; Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Williams, M.; Price, S.J.; Ford, J.R.; Cooper, A.H.
Waters, C.N. (Colin N. (BGS 1988-2017) (Author)Electronic onlySurvey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  48. Evidence that Early Carboniferous ostracods colonised coastal flood plain brackish water environments
Williams, M.; Leng, M.J.; Stephenson, M.H.; Andrews, J.; Wilkinson, I.P.; Siveter, D.J.; HORNE, D.J.; Vannier, J.M.C.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 230, No. 3-4, 299-318
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)565.33ArticleAdd To Basket
  49. Evidence that early Carboniferous ostracods colonised coastal flood plain brackish water environments
Williams, M.; Leng, M.J.; Stephenson, M.H.; Andrews, J.E.; Wilkinson, I.P.; Siveter, D.J.; Horne, D.J.; Vannier, J.M.C.
In: Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology Vol. 230 pt/no 3-4 (2006) p. 299-318, p. 299-318
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 04260Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  50. Evolution of Paleocene to early Eocene larger benthic foraminifer assemblages of the Indus Basin, Pakistan
Afzal, J.; Williams, M.; Leng, M.J.; Aldridge, R.J.; Stephenson, M.H.
Afzal, J. (Jawad) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 05522Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  51. Exceptional phosphatic preservation in the Lower Cambrian Comley Lagerstatte of England : For: Poster Presentation
Harvey, T.H.P.; Wilby, P.R.; Williams, M.; Gabbott, S.E.; Waloszek, D.; Siveter, D.J.
Harvey, T.H.P. (Thomas H.P.) (Author)Permission to publishSurvey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  52. Exceptionally preserved lacustrine ostracods from the Middle Miocene of Antarctica : implications for high-latitude palaeoenvironment at 77 degrees south
Williams, M.; Siveter, D.J.; Ashworth, A.C.; Wilby, P.R.; Horne, D.J.; Lewis, A.R.; Marchant, D.R.; University of Leicester; North Dakota State University; British Geological Survey; Boston University
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 05304Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  53. Exceptionally preserved ostracodes from a Middle Miocene palaeolake, California, USA
Wilkinson, I.P.; Wilby, P.R.; Williams, M.; Siveter, D.J.; Page, A.A.; Leggitt, L.; Riley, D.; British Geological Survey; University of Leicester; University of Cambridge; California. Loma Linda University
In: Journal of the Geological Society Vol. 167 pt/no 4 (2010) p. 817-825, p. 817-825
Wilkinson, I.P. (Ian P. (BGS 1973-2013) (Author)00565Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  54. Fire and ice: unravelling the climatic and volcanic history of James Ross Island, Antarctic Peninsula
Smellie, J.L.; Nelson, A.E.; Williams, M.
In: Geology Today, 22, No. 6, 220-226
Smellie, J.L. (Author)55ArticleAdd To Basket
  55. Forecasting future weather from rocks
Haywood, A.M.; Williams, M.
In: Rockwatch, No. 42, 8-9
Haywood, A.M. (Alan M.) (Author) ArticleAdd To Basket
  56. The Furongian (late Cambrian) Steptoean positive carbon isotope excursion (SPICE) in Avalonia
Woods, M.A.; Wilby, P.R.; Leng, M.J.; Rushton, A.W.A.; Williams, M.
In: Journal of the Geological Society of London Vol. 168 pt/no 4 (2011), p. 851-861
Woods, M.A. (Mark A. (BGS 1990-) (Author)00565Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  57. The future of the Quaternary
Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Gibbard, P.L.; Waters, C.N.; Gregory, F.J.; Barry, T.L.; Bown, P.R.; Brenchley, P.J.; Cantrill, D.; Coe, A.L.; Cope, J.C.W.; Knox, R.; Gale, A.S.; Hounslow, M.W.; Marshall, J.; Powell, J.H.; Oates, M.J.; Smith, A.; Stone, P.; Rawson, P.F.; Trewin, N.H.; Williams, M.
In: Geoscientist Vol. 16 pt/no 7 (2006) p. 28-30, p. 28-30
Zalasiewicz, J.A. (Jan A. (BGS 1979-1994) (Author)00049/1Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  58. Gauging the impact of glacioeustasy on a mid-latitude early Silurian basin margin, mid Wales, UK : In: Earth-science reviews Vol. 156 (2016)
Davies, J.R.; Waters, R.A.; Molyneux, S.G.; Williams, M.; Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Vandenbroucke, T.R.A.
Davies, J.R. (Jeremy R. (BGS 1978-2010) (Author)Electronic onlySurvey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
Reserve a copy 59. Geology of the Ayr district : sheet description of the British Geological Survey 1:50 000 series sheet 14W and part of 13 Ayr (Scotland) (2013)
Smith, R.A.; Monaghan, A.A.; Arkley, S.; Floyd, J.D.; Phillips, E.R.; Dean, M.T.; Williams, M.; Williamson, P.; Stephenson, M.H.; British Geological Survey
ISBN: 9780852727133
Copies: 3
Smith, R.A. (Richard A. (BGS 1976-2010) (Author)90031Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 60. Geology of the Brecon district : a brief explanation of the geological map sheet 213 Brecon (2005)
Barclay, W.J.; Davies, J.R.; Humpage, A.J.; Waters, R.A.; Wilby, P.R.; Williams, M.; Wilson, D.
ISBN: 0852725116
Copies: 6
Barclay, W.J. (William J. (BGS 1968-) (Author)90029Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 61. Geology of the Builth Wells district : a brief explanation of the geological map sheet 196 Builth Wells (2004)
Schofield, D.I.; Davies, J.R.; Waters, R.A.; Wilby, P.R.; Williams, M.; Wilson, D.
ISBN: 0852724934
Copies: 7
Schofield, D.I. (David I. (BGS 1997-) (Author)90029Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 62. Geology of the Cardigan and Dinas Island district : a brief explanation of the geological map (2004)
Davies, J.R.; Waters, R.A.; Wilby, P.R.; Williams, M.; Wilson, D.; British Geological Survey
ISBN: 0852724349
Copies: 7
Davies, J.R. (Jeremy R. (BGS 1978-2010) (Author)90029Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 63. Geology of the Fishguard district : a brief explanation of the geological map Sheet 210 Fishguard (2012)
Burt, C.E.; Aspden, J.A.; Davies, J.R.; Hall, M.; Schofield, D.I.; Sheppard, T.H.; Waters, R.A.; Wilby, P.R.; Williams, M.; British Geological Survey
ISBN: 9780852727041
Copies: 5
Burt, C.E. (C. Elaine. (BGS 2001-2013) (Author)90029Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 64. Geology of the Lampeter district : a brief explanation of the geological map Sheet 195 Lampeter (2006)
Davies, J.R.; Schofield, D.I.; Sheppard, T.H.; Waters, R.A.; Williams, M.; Wilson, D.
ISBN: 9780852725658
Copies: 7
Davies, J.R. (Jeremy R. (BGS 1978-2010) (Author)90029Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 65. Geology of the Leadhills district : sheet description of the British Geological Survey 1:50 000 Series Sheet 15E Leadhills (Scotland) (2003)
Floyd, J.D.; Ball, D.F.; Barron, H.F.; Kemp, S.J.; Kimbell, G.S.; Merriman, R.J.; Phillips, E.R.; Pickett, E.A.; Smith, C.G.; Smith, R.A.; Williams, M.; British Geological Survey
ISBN: 0852724616
Copies: 6
Floyd, J.D. (James D. (BGS 1972-) (Author)90031Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 66. Geology of the Leicester district : sheet description of the British Geological Survey 1:50 000 series Sheet 156 Leicester (England and Wales) (2009)
Carney, J.N.; Ambrose, K.; Cheney, C.S.; Hobbs, P.R.N.; Brandon, A.; Hough, E.; Thomas, R.J.; Westhead, R.K.; Wilby, P.R.; Rice, R.J.; Riding, J.B.; Wilkinson, I.P.; Williams, M.; Royles, C.P.; Pharaoh, T.C.; Smith, N.J.P.; Ander, E.L.
ISBN: 9780852725733
Copies: 5
Carney, J.N. (John N. (BGS 1972-2012) (Author)90029Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 67. Geology of the Llandovery district : a brief explanation of the geological map Sheet 212 Llandovery (2009)
Schofield, D.I.; Davies, J.R.; Jones, N.S.; Leslie, A.B.; Waters, R.A.; Williams, M.; Wilson, D.; Venus, J.H.; Hillier, R.D.; British Geological Survey; National Museum of Wales
ISBN: 9780852726334
Copies: 7
Schofield, D.I. (David I. (BGS 1997-) (Author)90029Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  68. Graptolite biostratigraphy and palaeoecology of the Caradoc (2002)
Williams, M.; Wilby, P.R.; Rushton, A.W.A.; Waters, R.A.
Copies: 0
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  69. Graptolite biozonation of the Wenlock Series (Silurian) of the Builth Wells district, central Wales
Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Williams, M.
Zalasiewicz, J.A. (Jan A. (BGS 1979-1994) (Author)00172Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
Reserve a copy 70. Graptolites from a thin anoxic within the siltstone/oxic grey mudstone transition between the Moffat Shales proper (Birkhill Shales) and Gala Group greywackes at Selcoth Burn, Moffatdale : British Geological Survey Report IR/02/119 (2003)
Williams, M.; British Geological Survey
Copies: 2
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Reserve a copy 71. Graptolites from the Lisbellaw inlier, Co. Fermanagh, Northern Ireland : British Geological Survey Report IR/02/089 (2003)
Williams, M.; British Geological Survey
Copies: 2
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  72. Ground-truthing Late Ordovician climate models using the paleobiogeography of graptolites
Vandenbroucke, T.R.A.; Armstrong, H.A.; Williams, M.; Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Sabbe, K.; Belgium. University of Ghent; University of Durham; University of Leicester; British Geological Survey
Vandenbroucke, T.R.A. (Thijs R.A.) (Author)not heldSurvey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  73. The Hawaiian megatsunami of 110 +/-10 ka: the use of microfossils in detection
Williams, M.; Wilkinson, I.P.; Tappin, D.R.; McMURTRY, G.M.; FRYER, G.J.
In: Journal of Micropalaeontology, 25, Pt. 1, 55-56
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)56ArticleAdd To Basket
  74. The Hawaiian megatsunami of 110+10 ka : the use of microfossils in detection
Williams, M.; Wilkinson, I.P.; Tappin, D.R.; McMurty, G.M.; Fryer, G.J.; British Antarctic Survey; University of Hawaii; University of Portsmouth
In: In: Journal of Micropalaeontology Vol. 25 pt/no 1 (2006) p. 55-56, p. 55-56
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 04476Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  75. Holocene drainage systems of the English Fenland : roddons and their environmental significance
Smith, D.M.; Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Williams, M.; Wilkinson, I.P.; Redding, M.; Begg, C.; University of Leicester; British Geological Survey; Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service
In: In: Proceedings of the Geologists Association Vol. 121 pt/no 3 (2010) p. 256-269, p. 256-269
Smith, D.M. (Dinah M.) (Author)00484Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  76. Human bioturbation, and the subterranean landscape of the Anthropocene : In: Anthropocene Vol. 6 (2014)
Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Waters, C.N.; Williams, M.
Zalasiewicz, J.A. (Jan A. (BGS 1979-1994) (Author)Electronic onlySurvey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  77. Integrated Upper Ordovician graptolite-chitinozoan biostratigraphy of the Cardigan and Whitland areas, southwest Wales
Vandenbroucke, T.R.A.; Williams, M.; Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Davies, J.R.; Waters, R.A.; Ghent University; University of Leicester; British Geological Survey; National Museum of Wales
Vandenbroucke, T.R.A. (Thijs R.A.) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 05150Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  78. Interpreting seawater temperature range using oxygen isotopes and zooid size variation in Pentapora foliacea (Bryozoa) : Marine biology Vol. 157 pt/no 6 (2010) p. 1171-1180
Knowles, T.; Leng, M.J.; Williams, M.; Taylor, P.D.; Sloane, H.J.; Okamura, B.; British Geological Survey. NERC Isotope Geosciences Laboratory; Natural History Museum; University of Leicester
Knowles, T. (Tanya) (Author)not heldSurvey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  79. Interstitial ostracoda from a beach-sand habitat in Keawe'ula Bay, northern Hawaii
Wilkinson, I.P.; Williams, M.
In: Revista Espanola de Micropaleontologia Vol. 36 pt/no 1 (2004) p. 109-116, p. 109-116
Wilkinson, I.P. (Ian P. (BGS 1973-2013) (Author)04082Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  80. Is the fossil record of complex animal behaviour a stratigraphical analogue for the Anthropocene?
Williams, M.; Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Waters, C.N.; Landing, E.
In: A stratigraphical basis for the Anthropocene / edited by C.N. Waters, J.A. Zalasiewicz, M. Williams, M. Ellis and A.M. Snelling. London : Geological Society of London (Special publication no. 395), 2014, p. 143-148
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)00865Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  81. Isoxys (arthropoda) from the early Cambrian Sirius Passet Lagerstatte, North Greenland
Siveter, D.J.; Peel, J.S.; Williams, M.
Siveter, D.J. (David J.) (Author)07205Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  82. Kinnekullea comma (Jones, 1879), a trans-Iaptus ostracod locum for the late Ordovician Dicellograptus anceps graptolite biozone: micropalaeontology notebook
Williams, M.; Floyd, J.D.; Miller, C.G.; Siveter, D.J.; Stone, P.
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)00263/3Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  83. Late Miocene asterozoans (Echinodermata) in the James Ross Island Volcanic Group
Williams, M.; Smellie, J.L.; Johnson, J.S.; Blake, D.B.
In: Antarctic Science, 18, No. 1, 117-122
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)563.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  84. Late Miocene marine trace fossils from James Ross Island
Nelson, A.E.; Smellie, J.L.; Williams, M.; Zalasiewicz, J.A.
In: Antarctic Science, 20, No. 6, 591-592
Nelson, A.E. (Anna E.) (Author)56.016ArticleAdd To Basket
  85. Lithofacies-influenced ostracod associations in the middle Ordovician Bromide Formation, Oklahoma, USA
Siveter, D.J.; Williams, M.
Siveter, D.J. (David J.) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 02661Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
Reserve a copy 86. Llandovery graptolites from a temporary excavation in the Moffat Shales on the A707 between Innerleithen and Galashiels (Sheet 25W), and from an interbed horizon at Slate Cleuch (Sheet 24E) : British Geological Survey report IR/03/127 (2003)
Williams, M.; British Geological Survey
Copies: 1
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Reserve a copy 87. Llandovery graptolites from localities along and adjoining the valleys of the Afon Cothi, Nant Melyn and west of the Afon Pysgotwr, Lampeter district : British Geological Survey Report IR/02/193 (2003)
Williams, M.; British Geological Survey
Copies: 2
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Reserve a copy 88. Llandovery graptolites from the track section between Troed-rhiw-cymmer and Nant-gwernog, Lampeter district, central Wales : British Geological Survey Report IR/02/132 (2003)
Williams, M.; British Geological Survey
Copies: 2
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  89. Lost worlds: how exceptional fossils reveal the past
Williams, M.
In: Teaching Earth Sciences Vol. 27 pt/no 3 (2002) p 89-93, p 89-93
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)00184Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
Reserve a copy 90. Lower Carboniferous ostracods from the Ballagan Formation, Midland Valley, Scotland : analysis of the Spilmersford Borehole : improved analysis of the Glenrothes Borehole : and a review of stratigraphical and palaeoecological ostracod data from key sections : British Geological Survey report IR/02/194 (2002)
Williams, M.; British Geological Survey
Copies: 2
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Reserve a copy 91. The making of Ireland (1999)
Williams, M.; Harper, D.
ISBN: 1898162069
Copies: 2
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  92. Megatsunami deposits on Kohala volcano, Hawaii, from flank collapse of Mauna Loa
McMURTRY, G.M.; FRYER, G.J.; Tappin, D.R.; Wilkinson, I.P.; Williams, M.; FIETZKE, J.; Garbe-Schoenberg, D.; Watts, P.
In: Geology, 32, No. 9, 741-744
McMURTRY, G.M. (Author)552.531ArticleAdd To Basket
  93. Micropalaeontology reveals the source of building materials for a defensive earthwork (English Civil War?) at Wallingford Castle, Oxfordshire [electronic version] : Journal of micropalaeontology Vol. 29 pt/no 1 (2010) p. 87-92
Wilkinson, I.P.; Tasker, A.; Gouldwell, A.; Williams, M.; Edgeworth, M.; Zalasiewicz, J.A.; Christie, N.; British Geological Survey; University of Leicester
Wilkinson, I.P. (Ian P. (BGS 1973-2013) (Author)Electronic onlySurvey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  94. Mid-Caradoc (Ordovician) ostracodes from the Craighead Limestone Formation, Girvan district, Scotland : Scottish Journal of Geology 36(1) 2000 p.51-60
Williams, M.; Floyd, J.D.
In: Scottish journal of geology, Scottish Journal of Geology Vol. 36 pt/no 1, p.51-60
Williams, M. (Mark (BGS) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 03496Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  95. Mid-Miocene cooling and the extinction of tundra in continental Antarctica
Lewis, A.R.; Marchant, D.R.; Ashworth, A.C.; Hedenas, L.; Hemming, S.R.; Johnson, J.V.; Leng, M.J.; Machlus, M.L.; Newton, A.; Raine, I.; Willenbring, J.K.; Williams, M.; Wolfe, A.P.; Boston University; Ohio State University, Columbus; North Dakota State University; Swedish Museum of Natural history; Lamont-Dohery Geological Observatory of Columbia University; University of Montana; British Geological Survey. NERC Isotope Geosciences Laboratory; Natural History Museum; GNS Science; Leibniz Universitat; University of Leicester; University of Alberta
Lewis, A.R. (Adam R.) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 05216Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  96. The mid-Pliocene warm period: a test-bed for integrating data and models (2007)
Haywood, A.M.; Valdes, P.J.; Hill, D.J.; Williams, M.
Copies: 1
Haywood, A.M. (Alan M.) (Author)551.583.7ChapterAdd To Basket
  97. A monograph of the Bradoriid arthropods from the lower Cambrian of SW China
Hou, X.; Siveter, D.J.; Williams, M.; Feng, X.
In: Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Earth Sciences Vol 92 pt/no 3-4 (2002) p 347-409, p 347-409
Hou, X. (Xiang-guang) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 04099Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  98. Neogene environmental history deduced from glacigenic sediments on James Ross Island, northern Antarctic Peninsula (2007)
Nelson, A.E.; Smellie, J.L.; Hambrey, M.J.; Williams, M.; Salzmann, U.; Vautravers, M.J.
Copies: 1
Nelson, A.E. (Anna E.) (Author)552.5ChapterAdd To Basket
  99. Neogene glacigenic debris flows on James Ross Island, northern Antarctic Peninsula, and their implications for regional climate history
Nelson, A.E.; Smellie, J.L.; Hambrey, M.J.; Williams, M.; Vautravers, M.; Salzmann, U.; McArthur, J.M.; Regelous, M.; British Antarctic Survey; Aberystwyth University; British Geological Survey; University College London; Royal Holloway and Bedford New College
In: Quaternary Science Reviews Vol. 28 pt/no 27-28 (2009) p. 3138-3160, p. 3138-3160
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  100. Neogene glacigenic debris flows on James Ross Island, northern Antarctic Peninsula, and their implications for regional climate history
Nelson, A.E.; Smellie, J.L.; Hambrey, M.J.; Williams, M.; Vautravers, M.J.; Salzmann, U.; McArthur, J.M.; REGELOUS, M.
In: Quaternary Science Reviews, 28, No. 28, 3138-3160
Nelson, A.E. (Anna E.) (Author)552.5ArticleAdd To Basket
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