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Kosciuch TJ, Pilarczyk JE, Hong I, Fritz HM, Horton BP, Rarai A, Harrison MJ, Jockley FR.  2017.  Foraminifera reveal a shallow nearshore origin for overwash sediments deposited by Tropical Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu (South Pacific). Marine Geology.
Meltzner AJ, Switzer AD, Horton BP, Ashe E, Qiu Q, Hill DF, Bradley SL, Kopp RE, Hill EM, Majewski JM et al..  2017.  Half-metre sea-level fluctuations on centennial timescales from mid-Holocene corals of Southeast Asia. Nature Communications. 8(14387)
Rubin C M, Horton BP, Sieh K, Pilarczyk JE, Daly P, Ismail N, Parnell AC.  2017.  Highly variable recurrence of tsunamis in the 7,400 years before the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Nature Communications. 8(16019)
Garner AJ, Mann ME, Emanuel KA, Kopp RE, Lin N, Alley RB, Horton BP, DeConto RM, Donnelly JP, Pollard D.  2017.  Impact of climate change on New York City's coastal flood hazard: Increasing flood heights from the preindustrial to 2300 CE. Proceedings of the National Academy of the United States of America. 114(45):11861-11866.
Horton BP, Milker Y, Dura T, Wang K, Bridgeland WT, Brophy L, Ewald M, Khan NS, Engelhart SE, Nelson AR et al..  2017.  Microfossil measures of rapid sea-level rise: Timing of response of two microfossil groups to a sudden tidal-flooding experiment in Cascadia. Geology. 45(6):535-538.
Rubin C M, Horton BP, Sieh K, Pilarczyk JE, Daly P, Ismail N, Parnell AC.  2017.  Perulangan tsunami yang sangat bervariasi dalam 7400 tahun sebelum Tsunami Samudera Hindia 2004.
Majewski JM, Switzer AD, Parham PR, Bradley SL, Pile J, Horton BP, Meltzner AJ, Wang X, Chiang H-W, Ng C T et al..  2017.  Relative Sea Level Proxy Records From Fossil Coral Microatolls In Western Borneo, South China Sea: Sea-level Stability By 7 Ka And Possible Holocene Faulting.. Asia Oceania Geosciences Society 14th Annual Meeting.
Hong I, Pilarczyk JE, Horton BP, Fritz HM, Kosciuch TJ, Wallace DJ, Dike C, Rarai A, Harrison MJ, Jockley FR.  2017.  Sedimentological characteristics of the 2015 Tropical Cyclone Pam overwash sediments from Vanuatu, South Pacific.