Publications authored by Timothy A. Shaw

The importance of non-tidal water-level variability for reconstructing Holocene relative sea level

Andrew C. Kemp, Christopher G. Piecuch, & Timothy A. Shaw
2022 Quaternary Science Reviews 290

Influence of 3D Earth Structure on Glacial Isostatic Adjustment in the Russian Arctic

Tanghua Li, Alisa V. Baranskaya, Benjamin P. Horton, Gordan R. Stuhne, Nicole S. Khan, Patrick Wu, et al.
2022 Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 127 3

Extending instrumental sea-level records using coral microatolls, an example from Southeast Asia

Jedrzej M. Majewski, Adam Switzer, Aron J. Meltzner, B. W. Suwargadi, Benjamin P. Horton, D. H. Natawidjaja, et al.
2022 Geophysical Research Letters

A new Holocene sea-level record for Singapore

Stephen Chua, Adam Switzer, Benjamin P. Horton, Huixian Chen, Margaret Christie, Michael I. Bird, et al.
2021 The Holocene

Pollen Geochronology from the Atlantic Coast of the United States during the Last 500 Years

Margaret A. Christie, Andrew C. Parnell, Ane Garcia-Artola, Benjamin P. Horton, Christopher E. Bernhardt, D R. Corbett, et al.
2021 Water 13 362

Sea level under climate change: Understanding the links between the past and the future

Keven Roy, Benjamin P. Horton, Nicole Khan, Robert E. Kopp, & Timothy A. Shaw
2021 Climanosco Research Articles 2

Common Era sea-level budgets along the U.S. Atlantic coast

Jennifer S. Walker, Benjamin P. Horton, Donald C. Barber, Erica L. Ashe, Jennifer L. Clear, Matthew J. Brain, et al.
2021 Nature Communications 12

Salt-Marsh Foraminiferal Distributions from Mainland Northern Georgia, USA: An Assessment of Their Viability for Sea-Level Studies

Huixian Chen, Ane Garcia-Artola, Benjamin P. Horton, Daria Nikitina, Jennifer S. Walker, Jessica E. Pilarczyk, et al.
03/2020 Open Quaternary 6 1

Incorporating temporal and spatial variability of salt-marsh foraminifera into sea-level reconstructions

Jennifer S. Walker, Benjamin P. Horton, Don Barber, Kenneth G. Miller, Niamh Cahill, Nicole Khan, et al.
11/2020 Marine Geology 429

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