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Ridgway J, Andrew J E, Ellis SM, Horton B, Innes JB, Knox RWOB, McArthur JJ, Maher BA, Metcalfe SE, Mitlehner A G et al..  2000.  Analysis and interpretation of Holocene Sedimentary sequences: techniques applied in the Humber Estuary. Geological Society Special Publications. 166:9-39.
Metcalfe SE, Ellis SM, Horton B, Innes JB, McArthur JJ, Mitlehner A G, Parkes A, Pethick JS, Rees JG, Ridgway J et al..  2000.  The Holocene evolution of the Humber estuary: reconstructing change in a dynamic environment.. Geological Society Special Publications. 166:97-118.
Shennan I, Lambeck K, Horton B, Innes JB, Lloyd JM, McArthur JJ, Rutherford MM.  2000.  Holocene isostasy and relative sea-level changes on the east coast of England. Geological Society Special Publications. 166:275-298.
Horton B, Edwards RJ, Lloyd JM.  2000.  Implications of a microfossil-based transfer function in Holocene sea-level studies. Geological Society Special Publications. 166:41-54.
Shennan I, Lambeck K, Horton B, Innes JB, Lloyd JM, McArthur JJ, Purcell T, Rutherford MM.  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.
Shennan I, Horton B, Innes JB, Gehrels W R, Lloyd JM, McArthur JJ, Rutherford MM.  2000.  Late Quaternary sea-level changes, crustal movements and coastal evolution in Northumberland. Journal of Quaternary Science. 15(3):215-237.
Shennan I, Lambeck K, Flather R, Horton B, McArthur JJ, Innes JB, Lloyd JM, Rutherford MM, Wingfield RTR.  2000.  Modelling western North Sea palaeogeographies and tidal changes during the Holocene. Geological Society Special Publication. 166:299-319.
Plater AJ, Horton B, Haworth EY, Appleby PG, Zong Y, Wright MR, Rutherford MM.  2000.  Reconstructing Holocene rates of tidal sedimentation using a diatom-based transfer function approach: the Tees estuary, north-east England. . The Holocene. 10(4):441-452.