Benjamin HORTON

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Edwards RJ, Horton B.  2006.  Developing High Resolution Records of Relative Sea-Level Change Using a Microfossil Transfer Function: An Example from North Norfolk, UK. Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society . 364:973-991.
Horton B, Boreham S, Hillier C.  2006.  The Development and Application of a Diatom-Based Quantitative Reconstruction Technique in Forensic Science. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 51(3):643-650.
Boomer I, Horton B.  2006.  Holocene relative sea-level movements along the North Norfolk Coast, UK.. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 230(1-2):32-51.
Roberts DH, Chiverrell RC, Innes JB, Horton B, Brooks AJ, Thomas GSP, Turner S, Gonzalez S.  2006.  Holocene sea levels, Last Glacial Maximum glaciomarine environments and geophysical models in the northern Irish Sea Basin, UK. . Marine Geology. 231(1-4):113-128.
Horton B, Corbett DR, Culver SJ, Edwards RJ, Hillier C.  2006.  Modern saltmarsh diatom distributions of the Outer Banks, North Carolina, and the development of a transfer function for high resolution reconstructions of sea level.. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 69(3-4):381-394.
Rhodes B, Tuttle MP, Horton B, Doner L, Kelsey HM, Nelson AR, Cisternas M.  2006.  Paleotsunami research. Eos. 87(21):205-209.
Horton B, Murray JW.  2006.  Patterns in cumulative increase in live and dead species from foraminiferal time-series of Cowpen Marsh, Tees Estuary, UK: implications for sea-level studies. . Marine Micropaleontology. 58(4):287-315.
Horton B, Edwards RJ.  2006.  Quantifying Holocene Sea Level Change Using Intertidal Foraminifera: Lessons from the British Isles. . Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research. Special Publication v 40:97pp.
Horton B, Edwards RJ.  2005.  The application of local and regional transfer functions to reconstruct former sea levels, North Norfolk, England. The Holocene. 15(2):216-228.
Buranakul S, Grundy-Warr C, Horton B, Law L, Rigg J, Tan-Mullins M.  2005.  The Asian tsunami, academics and academic research. . Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 26(2):244-248.
Morigi C, Jorissen FJ, Fraticelli S, Horton B, Principi M, Sabbatini A, Capotondi L, Curzi PV, Negri A.  2005.  Benthic foraminiferal evidence for the formation of the Holocene mud-belt and bathymetrical evolution in the central Adriatic Sea. Marine Micropaleontology. 57(1-2):25-49.
Horton B.  2005.  Climate and sea-level change Geography Review.. Geography Review. 18(4):28-31.
Horton B, Whittaker JE, Thomson K H, Hardbattle MIJ, Kemp AC, Woodroffe SA, Wright MR.  2005.  The development of a modern foraminiferal data set for sea-level reconstructions, Wakatobi Marine National Park, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia. Journal of Foraminiferal Research. 35(1):1-14.
Horton B, Gibbard PL, Milne GA, Morley RJ, Purintavaragul C, Stargardt JM.  2005.  Holocene sea levels and palaeoenvironments, Malay-Thai Peninsula, southeast Asia. The Holocene. 15(8):1199-1213.
Woodroffe SA, Horton B.  2005.  Holocene sea-level changes in the Indo-Pacific. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences. 25(1):29-43.
Culver SJ, Horton B.  2005.  Infaunal marsh foraminifera from the Outer Banks, North Carolina. Journal of Foraminiferal Research. 35(2):148-170.
Woodroffe SA, Horton B, Larcombe P, Whittaker JE.  2005.  Intertidal Mangrove Foraminifera From The Central Great Barrier Reef Shelf, Australia: Implications for Sea-Level Reconstruction. Journal of Foraminifera Research. 35(3):259-270.
Mallinson DJ, Riggs SR, Thieler E R, Culver SJ, Farrell KM, Foster DS, Corbett DR, Horton B, Wehmiller JF.  2005.  Late Neogene and Quaternary Evolution of the Northern Albemarle Embayment (Mid-Atlantic Continental Margin, U.S.A.). Marine Geology. 217(1-2):97-117.
Atwater BF, Bourgeois J, Yeh H, Abbott D, Cisternas M