• Stratigraphic and Earth System approaches to defining the Anthropocene 

      Steffen, Will; Leinfelder, Reinhold; Zalasiewicz, Jan; Waters, Colin N.; Williams, Mark; Summerhayes, Colin; Barnosky, Anthony D.; Cearreta, Alejandro; Crutzen, Paul; Edgeworth, Matt; Ellis, Erle C.; Fairchild, Ian J.; Galuszka, Agnieszka; Grinevald, Jacques; Haywood, Alan M.; Ivar do Sul, Juliana; Jeandel, Catherine; McNeill, John R.; Odada, Eric; Oreskes, Naomi; Revkin, Andrew; Richter, Daniel DeB.; Syvitski, James; Vidas, Davor; Wagreich, Michael; Wing, Scott L.; Wolfe, Alexander P.; Schellnhuber, Hans Joachim (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2016)
    • The Anthropocene: comparing its meaning in geology (chronostratigraphy) with conceptual approaches arising in other disciplines 

      Zalasiewicz, Jan; Waters, Colin N.; Ellis, Erle C.; Head, Martin J; Vidas, Davor; Steffen, Will; Thomas, Julia Adeney; Horn, Eva; Summerhayes, Colin; Leinfelder, Reinhold; McNeill, John R.; Galuszka, Agnieszka; Williams, Mark; Barnosky, Anthony; Richter, Daniel DeB; Gibbard, Philip L.; Syvitski, Jaia; Jeandel, Catherine; Cearreta, Alejandro; Cundy, Andrew B.; Fairchild, Ian J.; Rose, Neil L.; Ivar do Sul, Juliana A.; Shotyk, William; Turner, Simon; Wagreich, Michael; Zinke, Jens (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      The term Anthropocene initially emerged from the Earth System science (ESS) community in the early 2000s, denoting a concept that the Holocene Epoch has terminated as a consequence of human activities. First associated ...