Submitted

*student, postdoctoral advisee, or other group member

N. Biller, J. Shakun, D. McGee, C.I. Wong, B. Hardt*, I. Tal*, D. Ford, B. Lauriol, A.V. Reyes. Increasing Pleistocene permafrost stability and carbon cycle conundrums. Submitted.

D. Bice, A. Montanari, M. Lacroce, D. McGee. Late Pleistocene tectonic tilting of the Frasassi anticline from offset stalagmites in the Grotta Grande del Vento (Marche, Italy). Submitted.

F.L.H. Tissot*, M. Ibanez-Mejia, P. Boehnke, N. Dauphas, D. McGee, T.L. Grove. Variable 238U/235U between single zircon grains. Submitted.

N. Scroxton*, S. Burns, D. McGee, B. Hardt*, L.R. Godfrey, L. Ranivoharimanana, P. Faina. Competing temperature and atmospheric circulation effects on southwest Madagascan rainfall during the last deglaciation. In revision.

L.R. Godfrey, N. Scroxton*, B.E. Crowley, S.J. Burns, M.R. Sutherland, V.R. Pérez, P. Faina, D. McGee, L. Ranivoharimanana. A new interpretation of Madagascar’s megafaunal decline: the “Subsistence Shift Hypothesis.” In revision.

B.M. Ward, C. Wong, V. Novello, D. McGee, L. Silva, R.V. Santos, X. Wang, R.L. Edwards, H. Cheng. Reconstruction of Holocene coupling between the South American Monsoon System and local moisture variability from speleothem δ18O and 87Sr/86Sr records.In revision.

Published/in press

C. Skonieczny*, D. McGee, G. Winckler, A. Bory, L. I. Bradtmiller, C.W. Kinsley*, P. J. Polissar, R. De Pol-Holz, L. Rossignol, B. Malaizé. Monsoon-driven Saharan dust variability over the last 240,000 years. Science Advances, in press.

D. McGee, E. Moreno-Chamarro, J. Marshall, E. Galbraith. Western U.S. lake expansions during Heinrich stadials linked to Pacific Hadley circulation. Science Advances 4, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aav0118.

D. McGee. Shifting summer rains. Science 342, 518-520.

D. Ferreira, J. Marshall, T. Ito, D. McGee. Linking glacial-interglacial cycles to multiple equilibria of climate. Geophysical Research Letters 45, doi: 10.1029/2018GL077019.

C.H. Anderson, R.W. Murray, A.G. Dunlea, L. Giosan, C.W. Kinsley*, D. McGee, R. Tada. Climatically driven changes in the supply of terrigenous sediment to the East China Sea. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, doi:10.1029/2017GC007339.

N. Scroxton*, S.J. Burns, P.A Dawson, J.M. Rhodes, K. Brent*, D. McGee, H. Heijnis, P. Gadd, W.S. Hantoro, M.K. Gagan, 2018. Rapid measurement of strontium in speleothems using core-scanning micro x-ray fluorescence. Chemical Geology 487, 12-22.

A.W. Omta, R. Ferrari, D. McGee. An analytical framework for the impact of carbonate compensation on atmospheric CO2. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, doi:10.1002/2017GB005809.

D. McGee, E. Moreno-Chamarro, B. Green, J. Marshall, E. Galbraith, L. Bradtmiller, 2018. Hemispherically asymmetric trade wind changes as signatures of past ITCZ shifts. Quaternary Science Reviews 180, 214-228.

D. McGee, P.B. deMenocal, 2017. Climatic changes and cultural responses during the African Humid Period recorded in multi-proxy data. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science, Oxford University Press, doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190228620.013.529. Publisher link here.

G.H. Rowland, H.C. Ng, L.F. Robinson, J.F. McManus, K.J. Mohamed, D. McGee. Investigating the use of 232Th/230Th as a dust proxy using co-located seawater and sediment samples from the low-latitude North Atlantic. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 214, 143-156.

N. Scroxton*, S.J. Burns, D. McGee, B. Hardt*, L. Godfrey, L. Ranivoharimanana, P. Faina, 2017. Hemispherically in-phase precipitation variability over the last 1700 years in a Madagascar speleothem record. Quaternary Science Reviews 164, 25-36.

B.E. Wortham, C.I. Wong, L.C.R. Silva, D. McGee, I.P. Montañez, E.T. Rasbury, K.M. Cooper, W.D. Sharp, J.J.G. Glessner, R.V. Santos, 2017. Assessing response of local moisture conditions in central Brazil to regional variability in monsoon intensity using speleothem 87Sr/86Sr values. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 463, 310-322.

C.T. Hayes*, J. Rosen*, D. McGee, E.A. Boyle, 2017. Thorium distributions in high and low dust regions and the significance for iron supply. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 31, doi:10.1002/2016GB005511.

R.H. Williams*, D. McGee, D.A. Ridley, C.W. Kinsley*, S. Hu, A. Fedorov, I. Tal*, R. Murray, P.B. deMenocal, 2016. Glacial to Holocene changes in trans-Atlantic Saharan dust transport and dust-climate feedbacks. Science Advances 2, e1600445.

C.T. Hayes*, D. McGee, E.A. Boyle, S. Mukhopadhyay, A.C. Maloof, 2016. Helium and thorium isotope constraints on African dust transport to the Bahamas over recent millennia. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 457, 358-394.

S. Albani, N.M. Mahowald, L.N. Murphy, R. Raiswell, J.K. Moore, R.F. Anderson, D. McGee, L.I. Bradtmiller, B. Delmonte, P.P. Hesse, P.A. Mayewski, 2016. Paleodust variability since the Last Glacial Maximum and implications for iron inputs to the ocean. Geophysical Research Letters 43, doi:10.1002/2016GL067911.

S.J. Burns, L.R. Godfrey, P. Faina, D. McGee, B. Hardt*, L. Ranivoharimanana, J. Randrianasy, 2016. Rapid human-induced landscape transformation in Madagascar at the end of the first millennium CE. Quaternary Science Reviews 134, 92-99.

L.I. Bradtmiller, D. McGee, M. Awalt, J. Evers, H. Yerxa, C.W. Kinsley*, P.B. deMenocal, 2016. Changes in biological productivity along the northwest African margin over the past 20,000 years. Paleoceanography 31, doi:10.1002/2015PA002862.

D. McGee, G. Winckler, A. Borunda, S. Serno, R.F. Anderson, C. Recasens, A. Bory, D. Gaiero, S.L. Jaccard, M. Kaplan, J.F. McManus, M. Revel, Y. Sun, 2016. Tracking eolian dust with helium and thorium: Impacts of grain size and provenance. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 175, 47-67.

C.T. Hayes*, J, N. Fitzsimmons, E.A. Boyle, D. McGee, R.F. Anderson, R. Weisend, P.L. Morton, 2015. Thorium isotopes tracing the iron cycle at the Hawaii Ocean Time-series station ALOHA. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 169, 1-16.

M. Cross, D. McGee, W.S. Broecker, J. Quade, J.D. Shakun, H. Cheng, Y. Lu, R.L. Edwards, 2015. Great Basin hydrology, paleoclimate, and connections with the North Atlantic: A speleothem stable isotope and trace element record from Lehman Caves, NV. Quaternary Science Reviews 127, 186-198.

E. Steponaitis*, A. Andrews*, D. McGee, J. Quade, W.S. Broecker, Y.-T. Hsieh*, B. Shuman, S.J. Burns, H. Cheng, 2015. Mid-Holocene drying of the U.S. Great Basin recorded in Nevada speleothems. Quaternary Science Reviews 127, 174-185.

S. Albani, N.M. Mahowald, G. Winckler, R.F. Anderson, L.I. Bradtmiller, B. Delmonte, R. Francois, M. Goma, N.G. Heavens, P. P. Hesse, S. A. Hovan, K.E. Kohfeld, H. Lu, V. Maggi, J.A. Mason, P.A. Mayewski, D. McGee, X. Miao, D.R. Muhs, B.L. Otto-Bliesner, A.T. Perry, A. Pourmand, H.M. Roberts, N. Rosenbloom, T. Stevens, J. Sun, 2015. 12,000 years of dust: The Holocene global dust cycle constrained by natural archives. Climate of the Past 11, 869-903.

A. Donohoe, J. Marshall, K. Armour, D. Ferreira, D. McGee, 2014. The interannual variability of tropical precipitation and inter-hemispheric energy transport. Journal of Climate 27, 3377-3392, doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-13-00499.1.

D. McGee, A. Donohoe, J. Marshall, D. Ferriera, 2014. Changes in ITCZ location and cross-equatorial heat transport at the Last Glacial Maximum, Heinrich Stadial 1, and the Mid-Holocene. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 390, 69-79.

S. Serno, G. Winckler, R.F. Anderson, C.T. Hayes, D. McGee, B. Machalett, H. Ren, S.M. Straub, R. Gersonde, G.H. Haug, 2014. Eolian dust input to the Subarctic North Pacific. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 387, 252-263.

J. Marshall, A. Donohoe, D. Ferreira, D. McGee, 2013. The ocean’s role in setting the mean position of the Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone. Climate Dynamics, doi:10.1007/s00382-013-1767-z.

D. McGee, P.B. deMenocal, G. Winckler, J.-B. Stuut, L.I. Bradtmiller. The magnitude, timing and abruptness of changes in North African dust deposition over the last 20,000 years. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 371-372, 163-176.

A. Donohoe, J. Marshall, D. Ferriera, D. McGee, 2013. The relationship between ITCZ location and cross equatorial heat transport: From the seasonal cycle to the Last Glacial Maximum. Journal of Climate, 26, 3597-3618.

D. McGee, S. Mukhopadhyay, 2013. Extraterrestrial He in sediments: From recorder of asteroid collisions to timekeeper of global environmental changes. In: P. Burnard (Ed.),The Noble Gases as Geochemical Tracers. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, p. 155-176.

W.S. Broecker, D. McGee, 2013. The δ13C record for atmospheric CO2: What is it trying to tell us? Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 368, 175-182.

D. McGee, J. Quade, R.L. Edwards, W.S. Broecker, H. Cheng. Lacustrine cave carbonates: Precisely dated recorders of paleohydrologic change in Lake Bonneville. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 351-352, 182-194.

D. McGee, F. Marcantonio, J.F. McManus, G. Winckler, 2010. The response of excess230Th and extraterrestrial 3He to sediment redistribution at the Blake Ridge, western North Atlantic. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 299, 138-149.

D. McGee, W.S. Broecker, G. Winckler, 2010. Gustiness: the driver of glacial dustiness? Quaternary Science Reviews 29, 2340-2350.

W.S. Broecker, D. McGee, K.D. Adams, H. Cheng, R.L. Edwards, C.G. Oviatt, J. Quade, 2009. A Great Basin-wide dry episode during the first half of the Mystery Interval? Quaternary Science Reviews 28, 2557-2563.

F. Marcantonio, D.J. Thomas, S. Woodward, D. McGee, G. Winckler, 2009. Extraterrestrial 3He in Paleocene sediments from Shatsky Rise: constraints on sedimentation rate variability. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 287, 24-30.

G. Winckler, R.F. Anderson, M.Q. Fleisher,D. McGee, N. Mahowald, 2008. Covariant glacial-interglacial dust fluxes in the equatorial Pacific and Antarctica. Science 320, 93-96.

M. Siddall, R.F. Anderson, G. Winckler, G.M. Henderson, L.I. Bradtmiller, D. McGee, A. Franzese, T.F. Stocker, and S.A. Müller, 2008. Modeling the particle flux effect on distribution of 230Th in the equatorial Pacific. Paleoceanography 23, doi:10.1029/2007PA001556.

D. McGee, F. Marcantonio, J. Lynch-Stieglitz, 2007. Deglacial changes in dust flux in the eastern equatorial Pacific. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 257, 215-230.