Benjamin HORTON

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2017
Kemp AC, Horton B, Nikitina DL, Vane CH, Potapova M, Weber-Bruya E, Culver SJ, Repkina T.  2017.  The distribution and utility of sea-level indicators in Eurasian sub-arctic salt marshes (White Sea, Russia). Boreas. 46(3):562–584.
Khan NS, Ashe E, Horton B, Dutton A, Kopp RE, Brocard G, Engelhart SE, Peltier W R, Vane CH, Scatena FN.  2017.  Drivers of Holocene sea-level change in the Caribbean. Quaternary Science Reviews. 155:13-36.
Brain MJ, Kemp AC, Hawkes AD, Engelhart SE, Vane CH, Cahill N, Hill TD, Donnelly JP, Horton B.  2017.  Exploring mechanisms of compaction in salt-marsh sediments using Common Era relative sea-level reconstructions. Quaternary Science Reviews. 167:96-111.
Kemp AC, Kegel JJ, Culver SJ, Barber DC, Mallinson DJ, Leorri E, Bernhardt CE, Cahill N, Riggs SR, Woodson A L et al..  2017.  An extended late Holocene relative sea-level history for North Carolina, USA.. Quaternary Science Reviews. 160:13-30.
Kosciuch TJ, Pilarczyk JE, Hong I, Fritz HM, Horton B, Rarai A, Harrison MJ, Jockley FR.  2017.  Foraminifera reveal a shallow nearshore origin for overwash sediments deposited by Tropical Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu (South Pacific). Marine Geology.
Meltzner AJ, Switzer AD, Horton B, Ashe E, Qiu Q, Hill DF, Bradley SL, Kopp RE, Hill EM, Majewski JM et al..  2017.  Half-metre sea-level fluctuations on centennial timescales from mid-Holocene corals of Southeast Asia. Nature Communications. 8(14387)
Rubin C M, Horton B, Sieh K, Pilarczyk JE, Daly P, Ismail N, Parnell AC.  2017.  Highly variable recurrence of tsunamis in the 7,400 years before the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Nature Communications. 8(16019)
Garner AJ, Mann ME, Emanuel KA, Kopp RE, Lin N, Alley RB, Horton B, DeConto RM, Donnelly JP, Pollard D.  2017.  Impact of climate change on New York City's coastal flood hazard: Increasing flood heights from the preindustrial to 2300 CE. Proceedings of the National Academy of the United States of America. 114(45):11861-11866.