Peter Douglas

p_douglas

Isotope geochemistry
Biogeochemical cycles
Paleoclimate

McGill
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences

peter.douglas [at] mcgill.ca

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Douglas, P.M.J., Stolper, D.A., Eiler, J.M., Sessions, A.L., Lawson, M., Shuai, Y., Bishop, A., Podlaha, O.G., Ferreira, A.A., Santos Neto, E.V., Niemann, M., Steen, A.S., Huang, L., Chimiak, L., Valentine, D.L., Fiebig, J., Luhmann, A.J., Seyfried, W.E., Jr., Etiope, G., Schoell, M., Inskeep, W.P., Moran, J.J. and Kitchen, N., 2017. Methane clumped isotopes: Progress and potential for a new isotopic tracerOrganic Geochemistry 113, 262-282. 

Douglas, P.M.J., Stolper, D.A., Smith, D.A., Walter Anthony, K.M., Paull, C.K., Dallimore, S., Wik, M., Crill, P.M., Winterdahl, M., Eiler, J.M. and Sessions, A.L., 2016. Diverse origins of Arctic and Subarctic methane point source emissions identified with multiply-substituted isotopologuesGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 188, 163-188. 

Douglas, P.M.J., Demarest, A.A., Brenner, M. and Canuto, M.A., 2016. Impacts of Climate Change on the Collapse of Lowland Maya CivilizationAnnual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 44, 613-645.

Douglas, P.M.J., Brenner, M., Curtis, J.H., 2016. Methods and future directions for paleoclimatology in the Maya LowlandsGlobal and Planetary Change 138, 3-24. 

Stolper, D.A., Martini, A.M., Clog, M., Douglas, P.M., Shusta, S.S., Valentine, D.L., Sessions, A.L. and Eiler, J.M., 2015. Distinguishing and understanding thermogenic and biogenic sources of methane using multiply substituted isotopologuesGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 161, 219-247. 

Coutros, P.R. and Douglas, P.M.J., 2015. Coring Lake Fati and Settlement Archaeology of the Middle Niger Lakes RegionAfrican Archaeological Review 32(2), 249-266. 

Douglas, P.M.J., Pagani, M., Canuto, M.A., Brenner, M., Hodell, D.A., Eglinton, T.I. and Curtis, J.H., 2015. Drought, agricultural adaptation, and sociopolitical collapse in the Maya Lowlands. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112(18), 5607-5612. 

Douglas, P.M.J., Pagani, M., Eglinton, T.I., Brenner, M., Hodell, D.A., Curtis, J.H., Ma, K.F. and Breckenridge, A., 2014. Pre-aged plant waxes in tropical lake sediments and their influence on the chronology of molecular paleoclimate proxy recordsGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 141, 346-364. 

Douglas, P.M.J., Affek, H.P., Ivany, L.C., Houben, A.J.P., Sijp, W.P., Sluijs, A., Schouten, S., Pagani, M., 2014. Pronounced zonal heterogeneity in Eocene southern high-latitude sea surface temperatures. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 111(18), 6582-6587. 

Sijp, W.P., von der Heydt, A.S., Dijkstra, H.A., Flögel, S., Douglas, P.M.J., Bijl, P.K., 2014The role of ocean gateways on cooling climate on long time scales. Global and Planetary Change 119, 1-22. 

Douglas, P.M.J., Pagani, M., Brenner, M., Hodell, D.A., Curtis, J.H., 2012Aridity and vegetation composition are important determinants of leaf-wax δD values in southeastern Mexico and Central AmericaGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 97, 24-45. 

Keating-Bitonti, C.R., Ivany, L.C., Affek, H.P., Douglas, P., Samson, S.D., 2011. Warm, not super-hot, temperatures in the early Eocene subtropics. Geology 39(8), 771-774.
 

Bogue, Robert : Maîtrise en sciences de la Terre et des planètes
Sujet de recherche :
Bourque, Robert : Maîtrise en sciences de la Terre et des planètes
Sujet de recherche : Compound-specific isotope records of environmental change across the Cretaceous-Paleogene Boundary in Western Canada
Gonzales Moguel, Regina : Doctorat en sciences de la Terre et des planètes
Sujet de recherche : Understanding the processes controlling the release of radiocarbon depleted methane in permafrost hosted lakes
Keenan, Benjamin : Doctorat en sciences de la Terre et des planètes
Sujet de recherche : Linking climate change with indicators of societal responses in the Maya Lowlands using organic geochemistry
Ni, Jenny : Maîtrise en sciences de la Terre et des planètes
Sujet de recherche : Corralloid speleothems in lava tubes as potential biosignatures