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Vane CH, Kim AW, Moss-Hayes V, Snape CE, Diaz MCastro, Khan NS, Engelhart SE, Horton BP.  2013.  Degradation of mangrove tissues by arboreal termites (Nasutitermes acajutlae) and their role in the mangrove C cycle (Puerto Rico): Chemical characterization and organic matter provenance using bulk δ13C, C/N, alkaline CuO oxidation-GC/MS, and solid-state. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 14(8):3176-3191.
Wang P-L, Engelhart SE, Wang K, Hawkes AD, Horton BP, Nelson AR, Witter RC.  2013.  Heterogeneous rupture in the Great Cascadia earthquake of 1700 inferred from coastal subsidence estimates. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 118(5):2460-2473.
Hall GF, Hill DF, Horton BP, Engelhart SE, Peltier WRichard.  2013.  A high-resolution study of tides in the Delaware Bay: Past conditions and future scenarios. Geophysical Research Letters. 40(2):338-342.
Horton BP, Engelhart SE, Hill DF, Kemp AC, Nikitina DL, Miller KG, Peltier WRichard.  2013.  Influence of tidal-range change and sediment compaction on Holocene relative sea-level change in New Jersey, USA. . Journal of Quaternary Science. 28(4):403-411.
Kemp AC, Horton BP, Engelhart SE, Elias SA.  2013.  Late Quaternary Relative Sea-Level Changes at Mid-Latitudes. Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science (Second Edition). :489-494.
Horton BP, Engelhart SE, Kemp AC, Sawai Y, Shrodel JF, Switzer AD, Kennedy DM.  2013.  Microfossils in Tidal Settings as Indicators of Sea-Level Change, Paleoearthquakes, Tsunamis, and Tropical Cyclones. Treatise on Geomorphology. 14:292-314.
Engelhart SE, Horton BP, Vane CH, Nelson AR, Witter RC, Brody SR, Hawkes AD.  2013.  Modern foraminifera, δ13C, and bulk geochemistry of central Oregon tidal marshes and their application in paleoseismology. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 377:13-27.
C.Kemp A, Horton BP, Vane CH, Bernhardt CE, D Corbett R, Engelhart SE, Anisfeld SC, Parnell AC, Cahill N.  2013.  Sea-level change during the last 2500 years in New Jersey, USA.. Quaternary Science Reviews. 81:90-104.

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