Dr Joe Williams

Department of Geography an Earth Sciences
Aberystwyth University
E-mail: jow48@aber.ac.uk
Page: http://www.aber.ac.uk/en/iges/staff/academic-staff/jow48/

Fields of interest:

Palaeoecology, Palaeoenvironmental, Palaeolimnology, Andean, Biogeochemical cycling

Recent publications:

Mueller, J.R., Long, C.J., Williams, J. J., Nurse, A. and McLauchlan, K.K. (2014):
The relative controls on forest fires and fuel source fluctuations in the Holocene deciduous forests of southern Wisconsin, USA.
Journal of Quaternary Science 29, 561–569.

Keen, H.F., Gosling, W.D., Hanke, F., Miller, C.S., Montoya, E., Valencia, B.G. and Williams J.J. (2014):
A statistical sub-sampling tool for extracting vegetation community and diversity information from pollen assemblage data.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 408, 48-59.

McLauchlan, K.K et al., (2014):
Reconstructing Disturbances and Their Biogeochemical Consequences over Multiple Timescales.
BioScience, 64, 105-116.

McLauchlan, K.K., Williams, J.J., Craine, J.M. and Jeffers S.J. (2013):
Changes in global nitrogen during the Holocene Epoch.
Nature 495, 352–355.

McLauchlan, K.K., Williams, J.J. and Engstrom. (2013):
Nutrient cycling in the palaeorecord: Fluxes from terrestrial to aquatic ecosystems.
The Holocene 23 (11), 1635–1643.

Gosling W.D. and Williams, J.J. (2013)
Ecosystem service provision sets the pace for pre-Hispanic societal development in the central Andes.
The Holocene 23 (11), 1619–1624.

Williams, J.J., Brooks, S.J. and Gosling, W.D. (2012):
Response of chironomids to late Pleistocene and Holocene environmental change in the eastern Bolivian Andes.
Journal of Paleolimnology, 48, 485-501.

Williams, J.J., Gosling, W.D., Brooks, S.J, Coe, A.L. and Xu, S. (2011):
Vegetation, climate and fire in the eastern Andes (Bolivia) during the last 18,000 years.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 312, 115-126.

Williams, J.J., Gosling, W.D., Coe, A.L., Brooks, S.J. and Gulliver, P. (2011):
Four thousand years of environmental and human activity change in the Cochabamba Basin, Bolivia.
Quaternary Research, 76, 58-68.