Vincent J. Hare
Dr Vincent Hare is a lecturer in the department, and is affiliated with the Stable Light Isotope Laboratory. His research interests span palaeoclimatology, Quaternary palaeoenvironments, dating methods, and the application of stable isotopes to fossil materials, past climate change and the carbon cycle. He holds degrees in both Physics and Archaeological Sciences from the University of Cape Town and Oxford (MSc, DPhil), where he was Clarendon Scholar.
He is currently a member of the American Geophysical Union and the European Geophysical Union, Secretary of the Southern African Society for Quaternary Research, and Past Global Changes (PAGES) Early Career Representative for Africa.
Luyt, J., Hare, V.J. and Sealy, J., 2019. The relationship of ungulate δ13C and environment in the temperate biome of southern Africa, and its palaeoclimatic application. Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology, 514, pp.282-291.
Hare, V.J. and Loftus, E., 2018. Scientific dating methods in African archaeology. Oxford Research Encyclopaedias. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190277734.013.209
Hare, V.J., Tarduno, J.A., Huffman, T., Watkeys, M., Thebe, P.C., Manyanga, M., Bono, R.K. and Cottrell, R.D., 2018. New archeomagnetic directional records from Iron Age southern Africa (ca. 425–1550 CE) and implications for the South Atlantic Anomaly. Geophysical Research Letters, 45(3), pp.1361-1369.
AFQUA-PAGES ECN Meeting participants. Quaternary Studies in Africa: a perspective from early-career researchers. Past Global Changes Magazine, vol. 26(2), 82, 2018 (not peer-reviewed)
Devièse, T., Van Ham-Meert, A., Hare, V.J., Lundy, J., Hommel, P., Ivanovich Bazaliiskii, V. and Orton, J., 2018. Supercritical Fluids for Higher Extraction Yields of Lipids from Archeological Ceramics. Analytical chemistry, 90(4), pp.2420-2424.
Hare, V.J., Loftus, E., Jeffrey, A. and Ramsey, C.B., 2018. Atmospheric CO2 effect on stable carbon isotope composition of terrestrial fossil archives. Nature communications, 9(1), p.252.
Hare, V.J., Kärger, J., Moinester, M. and Piasetzky, E., 2016. Testing the (time) 1/4 diffusion law of rehydroxylation in fired clays: evidence for single-file diffusion in porous media? Diffusion Fundamentals 25 (6)
Hare, V. and Sealy, J., 2013. Middle Pleistocene dynamics of southern Africa's winter rainfall zone from δ13C and δ18O values of Hoedjiespunt faunal enamel. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 374, pp.72-80.