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Relative sea-level change in Newfoundland, Canada during the past similar to 3000 years. Quaternary Science Reviews. 201:89-110.. 2018.
Utility of salt-marsh foraminifera, testate amoebae and bulk-sediment δ13C values as sea-level indicators in Newfoundland, Canada. Marine Micropaleontology. 130:43-59.. 2017.
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.
Post-Glacial relative sea-Level observations from Ireland and their role in glacial rebound modelling. Journal of Quaternary Research. 23(2):175-192.. 2008.
Developing High Resolution Records of Relative Sea-Level Change Using a Microfossil Transfer Function: An Example from North Norfolk, UK. Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society . 364:973-991.. 2006.
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.
Quantifying Holocene Sea Level Change Using Intertidal Foraminifera: Lessons from the British Isles. . Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research. Special Publication v 40:97pp.. 2006.
The application of local and regional transfer functions to reconstruct former sea levels, North Norfolk, England. The Holocene. 15(2):216-228.. 2005.
Seasonal Distributions of Foraminifera and their Implications for Sea-Level Studies, Cowpen Marsh, U.K.. SEPM Special Publication. 75:21-30.. 2003.
Implications of a microfossil-based transfer function in Holocene sea-level studies. Geological Society Special Publications. 166:41-54.. 2000.
Reconstructing relative sea-level change using UK salt-marsh foraminifera. Marine Geology. 16. 2000.