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A new regional, mid-Holocene palaeoprecipitation signal of the Asian Summer Monsoon. Quaternary Science Reviews. 78:65-76.. 2013.
Bulk organic δ13C and C/N as indicators for sediment sources in the Pearl River delta and estuary, southern China. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 87:618-630.. 2010.
Diatoms from the Pearl River estuary, China and their suitability as water salinity indicators for coastal environments. Marine Micropaleontology. 75:38-49.. 2010.
The history of water salinity in the Pearl River estuary, China, during the Late Quaternary. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 35:1221-1233.. 2010.
Sedimentary evidence of Late Holocene human activity in the Pearl River delta, China. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 35:1095-1102.. 2010.
A contribution to the history of coastal change in East Norfolk: palaeoenvironmental data from Somerton and Winterton Holmes. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association. 115(3):209-220.. 2004.
Holocene isostasy and relative sea-level changes on the east coast of England. Geological Society Special Publications. 166:275-298.. 2000.
Implications of a microfossil-based transfer function in Holocene sea-level studies. Geological Society Special Publications. 166:41-54.. 2000.
Late Devensian and Holocene records of relative sea-level changes in northwest Scotland and their implications for glacio-hydro-isostatic modelling. Quaternary Science Reviews. 19(11):1103-1135.. 2000.
Late Quaternary sea-level changes, crustal movements and coastal evolution in Northumberland. Journal of Quaternary Science. 15(3):215-237.. 2000.
Modelling western North Sea palaeogeographies and tidal changes during the Holocene. Geological Society Special Publication. 166:299-319.. 2000.
Quantitative Palaeoenvironmental Reconstruction techniques in Sea-level Studies. Journal of Foraminiferal Research. 29(2):117-129.. 1999.
UK intertidal foraminiferal distributions: implications for sea-level studies. Marine Micropaleontology. 36(4):205-223.. 1999.