Steve Lund
Steve Lund
Professor of Earth Sciences, University of Southern California
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Super ENSO and global climate oscillations at millennial time scales
L Stott, C Poulsen, S Lund, R Thunell
Science 297 (5579), 222-226, 2002
Decline of surface temperature and salinity in the western tropical Pacific Ocean in the Holocene epoch
L Stott, K Cannariato, R Thunell, GH Haug, A Koutavas, S Lund
Nature 431 (7004), 56, 2004
Holocene multidecadal and multicentennial droughts affecting Northern California and Nevada
L Benson, M Kashgarian, R Rye, S Lund, F Paillet, J Smoot, C Kester, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 21 (4-6), 659-682, 2002
Climatic and hydrologic oscillations in the Owens Lake Basin and adjacent Sierra Nevada, California
LV Benson, JW Burdett, M Kashgarian, SP Lund, FM Phillips, RO Rye
Science 274 (5288), 746-749, 1996
Nearly synchronous climate change in the Northern Hemisphere during the last glacial termination
L Benson, J Burdett, S Lund, M Kashgarian, S Mensing
Nature 388 (6639), 263, 1997
Correlation of late-Pleistocene lake-level oscillations in Mono Lake, California, with North Atlantic climate events
LV Benson, SP Lund, JW Burdett, M Kashgarian, TP Rose, JP Smoot, ...
Quaternary Research 49 (1), 1-10, 1998
Rock magnetic evidence for the dissolution and authigenic growth of magnetic minerals within anoxic marine sediments of the California continental borderland
BW Leslie, SP Lund, DE Hammond
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 95 (B4), 4437-4452, 1990
Diagenesis in anoxic sediments from the California continental borderland and its influence on iron, sulfur, and magnetite behavior
BW Leslie, DE Hammond, WM Berelson, SP Lund
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 95 (B4), 4453-4470, 1990
A summary of Brunhes paleomagnetic field variability recorded in Ocean Drilling Program cores
S Lund, JS Stoner, JET Channell, G Acton
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 156 (3-4), 194-204, 2006
A comparison of Holocene paleomagnetic secular variation records from North America
SP Lund
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 101 (B4), 8007-8024, 1996
Late Quaternary paleomagnetic field secular variation from two Minnesota lakes
SP Lund, SK Banerjee
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 90 (B1), 803-825, 1985
Age of the Mono Lake excursion and associated tephra
L Benson, J Liddicoat, J Smoot, A Sarna-Wojcicki, R Negrini, S Lund
Quaternary Science Reviews 22 (2-4), 135-140, 2003
Paleomagnetic evidence for long‐term (104 year) Memory and periodic behavior in the Earth's core dynamo process
SP Lund, JC Liddicoat, KR Lajoie, TL Henyey, SW Robinson
Geophysical Research Letters 15 (10), 1101-1104, 1988
The role of currents and sea ice in both slowly deposited central Arctic and rapidly deposited Chukchi–Alaskan margin sediments
DA Darby, J Ortiz, L Polyak, S Lund, M Jakobsson, RA Woodgate
Global and Planetary Change 68 (1-2), 58-72, 2009
Latest Quaternary benthic oxygen and carbon isotope stratigraphy: hole 893A, Santa Barbara Basin, California
JP Kennett, JG Baldauf
The rise and fall of Lake Bonneville between 45 and 10.5 ka
LV Benson, SP Lund, JP Smoot, DE Rhode, RJ Spencer, KL Verosub, ...
Quaternary International 235 (1-2), 57-69, 2011
A Holocene pollen record of persistent droughts from Pyramid Lake, Nevada, USA
SA Mensing, LV Benson, M Kashgarian, S Lund
Quaternary Research 62 (1), 29-38, 2004
10. Brunhes Chron Magnetic Field Excursions Recovered from Leg 172 Sediments
SP Lund, T Williams, GD Acton, B Clement, M Okada
Magmatic fabrics in batholiths as markers of regional strains and plate kinematics: example of the Cretaceous Mt. Stuart batholith
K Benn, SR Paterson, SP Lund, GS Pignotta, S Kruse
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Part A: Solid Earth and Geodesy 26 (4-5 …, 2001
Geomagnetic field excursions occurred often during the last million years
ODP Leg 172 Scientific Party, SP Lund, G Acton, B Clement, M Hastedt, ...
Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 79 (14), 178-179, 1998
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