|Differentiation of the British late Middle Pleistocene interglacials: the evidence from mammalian biostratigraphy|
Quaternary Science Reviews 20 (16-17), 1693-1705, 2001
|Sedimentology, palaeontology and archaeology of late Middle Pleistocene River Thames terrace deposits at Purfleet, Essex, UK|
DC Schreve, DR Bridgland, P Allen, JJ Blackford, CP Gleed-Owen, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 21 (12-13), 1423-1464, 2002
|Island Britain-Peninsula Britain: palaeogeography, colonisation and the Lower Palaeolithic settlement of the British Isles.|
MJ White, DC Schreve
Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society. 66, 1-28, 2001
|Mammalian evidence from Middle Pleistocene fluvial sequences for complex environmental change at the oxygen isotope substage level|
Quaternary International 79 (1), 65-74, 2001
|Testing the aminostratigraphy of fluvial archives: the evidence from intra-crystalline proteins within freshwater shells|
KEH Penkman, RC Preece, DH Keen, D Maddy, DC Schreve, MJ Collins
Quaternary Science Reviews 26 (22-24), 2958-2969, 2007
|Marine Isotope Stage 11: Palaeoclimates, palaeoenvironments and its role as an analogue for the current interglacial|
I Candy, DC Schreve, J Sherriff, GJ Tye
Earth-Science Reviews 128, 18-51, 2014
|Mammalian biostratigraphy of the later Middle Pleistocene in Britain|
University of London, 1998
|Pronounced warmth during early Middle Pleistocene interglacials: Investigating the Mid-Brunhes Event in the British terrestrial sequence|
I Candy, GR Coope, JR Lee, SA Parfitt, RC Preece, J Rose, DC Schreve
Earth-Science Reviews 103 (3-4), 183-196, 2010
|Correlation of English and German Middle Pleistocene fluvial sequences based on mammalian biostratigraphy|
DC Schreve, DR Bridgland
Netherlands Journal of Geosciences 81 (3-4), 357-373, 2002
|Biostratigraphical correlation between the late Quaternary sequence of the Thames and key fluvial localities in central Germany|
DR Bridgland, DC Schreve, DH Keen, R Meyrick, R Westaway
Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 115 (2), 125-140, 2004
|Land–sea correlation of Middle Pleistocene temperate sub-stages using high-precision uranium-series dating of tufa deposits from southern England|
I Candy, D Schreve
Quaternary Science Reviews 26 (9-10), 1223-1235, 2007
|Fluvial deposits as an archive of early human activity|
S Mishra, MJ White, P Beaumont, P Antoine, DR Bridgland, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 26 (22-24), 2996-3016, 2007
|Marine Isotope Stage 9 environments of fluvial deposits at Hackney, north London, UK|
CP Green, NP Branch, GR Coope, MH Field, DH Keen, JM Wells, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 25 (1-2), 89-113, 2006
|A late middle pleistocene temperate–periglacial–temperate sequence (Oxygen Isotope Stages 7–5e) near Marsworth, Buckinghamshire, UK|
JB Murton, A Baker, DQ Bowen, CJ Caseldine, GR Coope, AP Currant, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 20 (18), 1787-1825, 2001
|Differentiation of MIS 9 and MIS 11 in the continental record: vegetational, faunal, aminostratigraphic and sea-level evidence from coastal sites in Essex, UK|
HM Roe, GR Coope, RJN Devoy, CJO Harrison, KEH Penkman, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 28 (23-24), 2342-2373, 2009
|Middle Pleistocene interglacial deposits at Barling, Essex, England: evidence for a longer chronology for the Thames terrace sequence|
DR Bridgland, RC Preece, HM Roe, RM Tipping, GR Coope, MH Field, ...
Journal of Quaternary Science: Published for the Quaternary Research …, 2001
|A Middle Palaeolithic site at Lynford Quarry, Mundford, Norfolk: interim statement.|
W Boismier, DC Schreve, MJ White, DA Robertson, AJ Stuart, S Etienne, ...
Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society. 69, 314-324, 2003
|New chronological data (ESR and ESR/U‐series) for the earliest Acheulian sites of north‐western Europe|
P Voinchet, D Moreno, JJ Bahain, H Tissoux, O Tombret, C Falgučres, ...
Journal of Quaternary Science 30 (7), 610-622, 2015
|The River Orontes in Syria and Turkey: downstream variation of fluvial archives in different crustal blocks|
DR Bridgland, R Westaway, M Abou Romieh, I Candy, M Daoud, T Demir, ...
Geomorphology 165, 25-49, 2012
|The taphonomy of a Middle Devensian (MIS 3) vertebrate assemblage from Lynford, Norfolk, UK, and its implications for Middle Palaeolithic subsistence strategies|
Journal of Quaternary Science: Published for the Quaternary Research …, 2006