Adam SWITZER

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2019
Peng D, Hill EM, Li L, Switzer AD, Larson K.  2019.  Application of GNSS interferometric reflectometry for detecting storm surges. GPS Solutions. 23
Bradley KE, Mallick R, Andikagumi H, Hubbard J, Meilianda E, Switzer AD, Du N, Brocard G, Alfian D, Benazir B et al..  2019.  Earthquake-triggered 2018 Palu Valley landslides enabled by wet rice cultivation. Nature Geoscience.
Chua S, Switzer AD, Horton B, Khan N, Bird M, Rowe C.  2019.  A Holocene sea level record for the far-field region of Singapore. 20th Congress of the International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA) .
Mann T, Bender M, Lorscheid T, Stocchi P, Vacchi M, Switzer AD, Rovere A.  2019.  Holocene sea levels in Southeast Asia, Maldives, India and Sri Lanka: The SEAMIS database. Quaternary Science Reviews. 219:112-125.
Tan AWY, Gumert MD, Luncz LV, Chua CT, Kulik L, Switzer AD, Haslam M, Iriki A, Malaivijitnond S.  2019.  Prevalence of tool behaviour is associated with pelage phenotype in intraspecific hybrid long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis aurea x M.f. fascicularis). Behaviour. 156(11):1083-1125.
Martin S, Li L, Okal E, Morin J, Tetteroo A, Switzer AD, Sieh K.  2019.  Reassessment of the 1907 Sumatra "Tsunami Earthquake" Based on Macroseismic, Seismological, and Tsunami Observations, and Modeling. Pure and Applied Geophysics. 176(7):2831–2868.
Kumar A, Lo E, Switzer AD.  2019.  Relationship between East Asian Cold Surges and Synoptic Patterns: A New Coupling Framework. Climate. 7(2)
Qiu Q, Li L, Hsu Y-J, Wang Y, Chan C-H, Switzer AD.  2019.  Revised earthquake sources along Manila trench for tsunami hazard assessment in the South China Sea. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. 19:1565–1583.
Chua S, Switzer AD, Shaw T, Khan N, Horton B.  2019.  Singapore Relative Sea-level History revealed from Holocene Mangrove Peats. 5th international Mangrove Macrobenthos and Management meeting (MMM5) 2019.
Pham DT, Switzer AD, Heurta G, Meltzner AJ, Nguyen HM, Hill EM.  2019.  Spatiotemporal variations of extreme sea levels around the South China Sea: assessing the influence of tropical cyclones, monsoons and major climate modes. Natural Hazards. 98(3):969-1001.
Peng D, Hill EM, Meltzner AJ, Switzer AD.  2019.  Tide Gauge Records Show That the 18.61‐Year Nodal Tidal Cycle Can Change High Water Levels by up to 30 cm. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 124:736-749.
2018
Pile J, Gouramanis C, Switzer AD, Rush B, Reynolds I, Soria JLA.  2018.  Can the risk of coastal hazards be better communicated? International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 27:439-450.
Parham PR, Roy K, Horton B, Meltzner AJ, Majewski JM, Shaw TA, Switzer AD, Wan J.  2018.  Comparison of sea level reconstructions with glacio isostatic adjustment model predictions for Southeast Asia. IGCP Project 639, Taranto, Italy.
Li L, Yang J, Lin C-Y, Chua C, Wang Y, Zhao K, Wu Y-T, Liu PLi-Fan, Switzer AD, Mok KMeng et al..  2018.  Field survey of Typhoon Hato (2017) and a comparison with storm surge modeling in Macau. Natural Hazards and Earth System Science. 18(12):3167-3178.
Majewski JM, Switzer AD, Meltzner AJ, Parham PR, Horton B, Bradley SL, Pile J, Chiang H-W, Wang X, Ng C T et al..  2018.  Holocene relative sea-level records from coral microatolls in Western Borneo, South China Sea. Holocene. 28(9):1431-1442.
Li L, Switzer AD, Wang Y, Chan C-H, Qiu Q, Weiss R.  2018.  A modest 0.5-m rise in sea level will double the tsunami hazard in Macau. Science Advances. 4(8)
Chua S, Switzer AD, Horton B, Bird M, Khan N, Shaw T, Roy K, Rowe C, Whan J.  2018.  Sea-Level and Coastal Evolution of the Kallang River Basin, Singapore. American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2018.
Soria JLA, Switzer AD, Pilarczyk JE, Tang H, Weiss R, Siringan FP, Manglicmot M, Gallentes A, Lau AAY, Cheong AYL et al..  2018.  Surf beat-induced overwash during Typhoon Haiyan deposited two distinct sediment assemblages on the carbonate coast of Hernani, Samar, central Philippines. Marine Geology. 396(Special Issue):215-230.

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