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Quaternary evolution of northeastern North Carolina’s coastal system and adjacent upland.. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.. 2012.
Stratigraphic evidence for an early Holocene earthquake in Aceh, Indonesia. . Quaternary Science Reviews. 54:142-151.. 2012.
Astronomical tidal regime change as a control on the Holocene evolution of an organic-rich coastal zone, North Carolina, USA. Southeastern Geology. 48:61-72.. 2011.
Influence of patchiness on modern salt-marsh foraminifera used in sea-level studies (North Carolina, USA). Journal of Foraminiferal Research. 41(2):114-123.. 2011.
Micropaleontologic record of Quaternary paleoenvironments in the Central Albemarle Embayment, North Carolina, U.S.A.. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 305(1-4):227-249.. 2011.
Rapid Holocene Coastal Change Revealed by High Resolution Micropaleontological Analysis, Pamlico Sound, North Carolina, USA.. Quaternary Research. 76(3):319-334.. 2011.
Geomorphic linkages between transgressing simple barrier islands and back-barrier flats in response to climate change, North Carolina Outer Banks. Geological Society of America Northeastern/Southeastern Joint Section Meeting.. 2010.
Luminescence ages for Suffolk Shoreline in northeastern North Carolina.. Geological Society of America Northeastern/Southeastern Joint Section Meeting.. 2010.
Modern foraminiferal distribution and recent environmental change in Core Sound, North Carolina, USA. . Journal of Foraminiferal Research. 40(4):344-365.. 2010.
Stable carbon isotopes as potential sea-level indicators in salt marshes, North Carolina, USA. The Holocene. 20(4):623-636.. 2010.
Distribution of modern salt-marsh foraminifera in the Albemarle – Pamlico Estuarine System of North Carolina, USA: Implications for sea-level research. . Marine Micropaleontology. 72(3-4):222-238.. 2009.
Future evolution of the northeastern North Carolina and southeastern Virginia coastal system based on the late Quaternary stratigraphic record.. Geological Society of America Southeastern Section Meeting.. 2009.
Holocene sea-level changes along the North Carolina Coastline and their implications for glacial isostatic adjustment models. . Quaternary Science Reviews. 28(17-18):1725-1736.. 2009.
The relative utility of foraminifera and diatoms for reconstructing late Holocene sea-level change in North Carolina, USA.. Quaternary Research. 71(1):9-21.. 2009.
The timing and magnitude of recent accelerated sea‐level rise (North Carolina, USA). Geology. 37(11):1035-1038.. 2009.
Micropaleontologic record of Late Pliocene and Quaternary paleoenvironments in the northern Albemarle Embayment, North Carolina, U.S.A. . Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 264(1-2):54-77.. 2008.
Modern intertidal foraminifera of the Outer Banks, North Carolina, USA and their applicability for sea-level studies.. Journal of Coastal Research. 24(5):1110-1125.. 2008.
Quaternary stratigraphic framework of the eastern Coastal Plain and Outer Banks of North Carolina, USA. Geological Society of America National Meeting.. 2008.
Stratigraphy and evolutionary development of late Quaternary deposits, northeastern North Carolina and southeastern Virginia. Geological Society of America National Meeting.. 2008.
Stratigraphy and late Quaternary geologic history of Buckridge Coastal Reserve, Tyrrell County, North Carolina: interesting implications concerning Holocene sea level. Geological Society of America Southeastern Section Meeting.. 2008.
Assessing the chronostratigraphy of late Pleistocene and Holocene coastal lithosomes using optically stimulated luminescence techniques: intriguing results from North Carolina and Florida. Geological Society of America Southeastern Section Meeting.. 2007.
Late Holocene barrier island collapse: Outer Banks, North Carolina, U.S.A. . The Sedimentary Record. 5(4):4-8.. 2007.
Quaternary depositional patterns and sea-level fluctuations, northeastern North Carolina. Quaternary Research. 67:83-99.. 2007.
Reconstructing Holocene sea-level change for the Central Great Barrier Reef using subtidal foraminifera. Journal of Foraminiferal Research. 37(4):327-343.. 2007.
Modern saltmarsh diatom distributions of the Outer Banks, North Carolina, and the development of a transfer function for high resolution reconstructions of sea level.. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 69(3-4):381-394.. 2006.