Publications authored by Andrew C. Kemp

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

Time and Tide Wait for No Man

Andrew C. Kemp, & Benjamin P. Horton
2021 Troubled Waters

Testing the utility of geochemical proxies to reconstruct Holocene coastal environments and relative sea level: a case study from Hungry Bay, Bermuda

Andrew C. Kemp, Benjamin P. Horton, Christopher H. Vane, Daria Nikitina, Joanna C. Ellison, Lisa J. Rodrigues, et al.
02/2019 Open Quaternary 5 1

Relative sea-level change in Newfoundland, Canada during the past similar to 3000 years

Andrew C. Kemp, Alexander J. Wright, Andrea D. Hawkes, Benjamin P. Horton, Dan J. Charman, Matthew J. Brain, et al.
12/2018 Quaternary Science Reviews 201

Radiocarbon Dating of Plant Macrofossils from Tidal-Marsh Sediment

Andrew C. Kemp, Alan R. Nelson, & Benjamin P. Horton
Treatise on Geomorphology 14

Late Quaternary Relative Sea-Level Changes at Mid-Latitudes

Andrew C. Kemp, Benjamin P. Horton, & Simon E. Engelhart
Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science (Second Edition)

The relative utility of foraminifera and diatoms for reconstructing late Holocene sea-level change in North Carolina, USA.

Andrew C. Kemp, Benjamin P. Horton, David R. Corbett, Orson van de Plassche, Robin J. Edwards, & Stephen J. Culver
01/2009 Quaternary Research 71 1

Stable carbon isotopes as potential sea-level indicators in salt marshes, North Carolina, USA

Andrew C. Kemp, Benjamin P. Horton, Christopher H. Vane, & Stephen J. Culver
03/2010 The Holocene 20 4

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