Benjamin HORTON

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2015
Hijma MP, Engelhart SE, Törnqvist TE, Horton BP, Hu P.  2015.  A protocol for a geological sea-level database. Handbook of Sea-Level Research. 1:536-553.
Brain MJ, Kemp AC, Horton BP, Culver SJ, Parnell AC, Cahill N.  2015.  Quantifying the contribution of sediment compaction to late Holocene salt-marsh sea-level reconstructions, North Carolina, USA. Quaternary Research. 83(1):41-51.
Kemp AC, Hawkes AD, Donnelly JP, Vane CH, Horton BP, Hill TD, Anisfeld SC, Parnell AC, Cahill N.  2015.  Relative sea-level change in Connecticut (USA) during the last 2200yrs.. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 428:217-229.
Lindeman KC, Dame LE, Avenarius CB, Horton BP, Donnelly JP, Corbett DR, Kemp AC, Lane P, Mann ME, Peltier W R.  2015.  Science Needs for Sea-Level Adaptation Planning: Comparisons among Three U.S. Atlantic Coastal Regions. Coastal Management. 43(5):555-574.
Engelhart SE, Vacchi M, Horton BP, Nelson AR, Kopp RE.  2015.  A Sea Level Database for the central Pacific coast of North America.. Quaternary Science Reviews. 113:78-92.
Nikitina DL, Kemp AC, Engelhart SE, Horton BP, Kopp RE.  2015.  Sea-level change and subsidence in the Delaware Estuary during the last ∼2200 years. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 164:506-519.
Dutton A, Carlson AE, Long AJ, Milne GA, Clark PU, DeConto RM, Horton BP, Rahmstorf S, Raymo ME.  2015.  Sea-level rise due to polar ice-sheet mass loss during past warm periods. Science. 349(6244)
Milker Y, Horton BP, Vane CH, Engelhart SE, Nelson AR, Witter RC, Khan NS, Bridgeland WT.  2015.  Seasonal distribution of intertidal foraminifera and stable carbon isotope geochemistry, Bandon Marsh, Oregon, USA. Journal of Foraminiferal Research. 45(2):146-166.
Khan NS, Vane CH, Horton BP.  2015.  Stable carbon isotope and C/N geochemistry of coastal wetland sediments as a sea-level indicator. Handbook of Sea-Level Research. :295-311.
Horton BP.  2015.  Topical Collection on Sea Level Projections, Current Climate Change Reports. Topical Collection on Sea Level Projections. 1
Milker Y, Horton BP, Nelson AR, Engelhart SE, Witter RC.  2015.  Variability of intertidal foraminiferal assemblages in a salt marsh, Oregon, USA.. Marine Micropaleontology. 118:1-16.
2014
Tasian GE, Pulido JE, Gasparrini A, Saigal CS, Horton BP, Landis J R, Madison R, Keren R.  2014.  Daily Mean Temperature and Clinical Kidney Stone Presentation in Five U.S. Metropolitan Areas: A Time-Series Analysis. Environmental Health Perspectives. 122(10):1081-1087.
van de Plassche O, Wright AJ, Horton BP, Engelhart SE, Kemp AC, Mallinson DJ, Kopp RE.  2014.  Estimating tectonic uplift of the Cape Fear Arch (southeast-Atlantic coast, USA) using reconstructions of Holocene relative sea level.. Journal of Quaternary Science. 29(8):749-759.
Horton BP, Rahmstorf S, Engelhart SE, Kemp AC.  2014.  Expert assessment of sea-level rise by AD 2100 and AD 2300. Quaternary Science Reviews . 84:1-6.
Kemp AC, Bernhardt CE, Horton BP, Kopp RE, Vane CH, Peltier W R, Hawkes AD, Donnelly JP, Parnell AC, Cahill N.  2014.  Late Holocene relative sea- and land-level change on the U.S. southeastern Atlantic coast.. Marine Geology. 357:90-100.
Pilarczyk JE, Dura T, Horton BP, Engelhart SE, Kemp AC, Sawai Y.  2014.  Microfossils from coastal environments as indicators of paleoearthquakes, tsunamis, and storm. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 413:144-157.
Horton BP, Rahmstorf S, Engelhart SE, Kemp AC.  2014.  Reply to comment received from J.M. Gregory et al. regarding “Expert assessment of future sea-level rise by 2100 and 2300 AD”. Quaternary Science Reviews. 97:195-196.
Pilarczyk JE, Goff J, Mountjoy J, Lamarche G, Pelletier B, Horton BP.  2014.  Sediment transport trends from a tropical Pacific lagoon as indicated by Homotrema rubra taphonomy: Wallis Island, Polynesia. Marine Micropaleontology. 109:21-29.
Nikitina DL, Kemp AC, Horton BP, Vane CH, van de Plassche O, Engelhart SE.  2014.  Storm erosion during the past 2000 years along the north shore of Delaware Bay, USA.. Geomorphology. 208:160-172.

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