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Constraining sediment provenance for tsunami deposits using distributions of grain size and foraminifera from the Kujukuri coastline and shelf, Japan. Sedimentology. 67(3):1373-1392.. 2020.
COVID-19 and the climate emergency – do common origins and solutions reside in the global agrifood system? One Earth. 3:20-22.. 2020.
Estimating global mean sea-level rise and its uncertainties by 2100 and 2300 from an expert survey. npj Climate and Atmospheric Science. 3(1). 2020.
Identifying the Greatest Earthquakes of the Past 2000 Years at the Nehalem River Estuary, Northern Oregon Coast, USA. Open Quaternary. 6(1):2.. 2020.
Incorporating temporal and spatial variability of salt-marsh foraminifera into sea-level reconstructions. Marine Geology. 429. 2020.
A new Quaternary stratigraphy of the Kallang River Basin, Singapore: Implications for urban development and geotechnical engineering in Singapore. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences.. 2020.
Organic pollutants, heavy metals and toxicity in oil spill impacted salt marsh sediment cores, Staten Island, New York City, USA. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 151. 2020.
Salt-Marsh Foraminiferal Distributions from Mainland Northern Georgia, USA: An Assessment of Their Viability for Sea-Level Studies. Open Quaternary. 6(1):6.. 2020.
Thresholds of mangrove survival under rapid sea level rise. Science. 368(6495):1118-1121.. 2020.
Uncertainties of Glacial Isostatic Adjustment Model Predictions in North America Associated With 3D Structure. Geophysical Research Letters. 47(10). 2020.
The application of delta C-13, TOC and C/N geochemistry of mangrove sediments to reconstruct Holocene paleoenvironments and relative sea levels, Puerto Rico. Marine Geology. 415. 2019.
Benthic ostracoda and foraminifera from the North Adriatic Sea (Italy, Mediterranean Sea): a proxy for the depositional characterization of river-influenced shelves. Marine Micropaleontology. 153. 2019.
Can we detect centennial sea-level variations over the last three thousand years in Israeli archaeological records? Quaternary Science Reviews. 210:125-135.. 2019.