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Burial of organic carbon in Holocene sediments of the Zhujiang (Pearl River) and Changjiang (Yangtze River) estuaries. Marine Chemistry. 123:1-10.. 2010.
Competing mechanisms for boulder deposition on the southeast Australian coast. Geomorphology. 114:42-54.. 2010.
Geomorphic evidence for mid–late Holocene higher sea level from southeastern Australia. Quaternary International. 221:13-22.. 2010.
The Holocene infill of Lake Conjola, a narrow incised valley system on the southeast coast of Australia. Quaternary International. 221:23-35.. 2010.
Sediment source-to-sink, human influences and paleoenvironmental reconstruction in the coastal zone of East and Southeast Asia. Quaternary International. 230:1-2.. 2010.
Written records of historical tsunamis in the northeastern South China Sea – challenges associated with developing a new integrated database. Natural Hazards and Earth System Science. 10:1793-1806.. 2010.
An evolutionary model for the Holocene formation of the Pearl River delta, China. The Holocene. 19:129-142.. 2008.
Large-scale washover sedimentation in a freshwater lagoon from the southeast Australian coast: sea-level change, tsunami or exceptionally large storm? The Holocene. 18:787-803.. 2008.
Setup, Deposition, and Sedimentary Characteristics of Two Storm Overwash Deposits, Abrahams Bosom Beach, Southeastern Australia. Journal of Coastal Research. :189-200.. 2008.
Erosion and sedimentation in Kalpakkam (N Tamil Nadu, India) from the 26th December 2004 tsunami. Marine GeologyMarine Geology. 240:65-75.. 2007.
Investigation of large-scale washover of a small barrier system on the southeast Australian coast using ground penetrating radar. Sedimentary Geology. 183:145-156.. 2006.
Sea level, storm, or tsunami: Enigmatic sand sheet deposits in a sheltered coastal embayment from southeastern New South Wales, Australia. Journal of Coastal ResearchJournal of Coastal Research. 21:655-663.. 2005.
Sea-level and environmental changes since the last interglacial in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia: an overview. Quaternary International. 83-5:19-46.. 2001.