Papers


Culver, S.J., Ames, D.V., Corbett, D.R., Mallinson, D.J., Riggs, S.R., Smith, C.G., and Vance, D.J., in review, Foraminiferal and sedimentary record of late Holocene barrier island evolution, Pea Island, North Carolina: Journal of Coastal Research.

Giffin, D., and Corbett, D.R., in press, Evaluation of sediment dynamics in coastal systems via shortlived radioisotopes: Journal of Marine Systems.

Giffin, D., and D. R. Corbett, in review, Nutrient reduction strategies: monitoring and assessment needs: Marine Pollution Bulletin.

Giffin, D., and D.R. Corbett, in review, Role of the benthos in estuarine nutrient cycling: A case study in North Carolina estuaries. Estuaries.

Lipps, J.H., and Culver, S.J., 2002, Trophic relationships of microorganisms in ancient ecosystems, in The Fossil Record of Predation: The Paleontological Society Paper 8, p. 69-92.

McNinch, J.E., in review, Geologic control in the nearshore. Marine Geology.

Riggs, S.R., 2003, The framework of North Carolina’s coastal system, in E. Bird, ed., The World’s Coasts: Van Nostrand Reinhold Co.

Thieler, E.R., Pilkey, O.H., Cleary, W.J., and Schwab, W.C., 2001. Modern sedimentation on the shoreface and inner continental shelf at Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, USA. Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 71, no. 6, p. 958-970.

Wehmiller, J. F. and York, L. L., 2002, The Occurrence and Distribution of Fossil Shells on U. S. mid-Atlantic Beaches. National Park Service Park Paleontology Newsletter, v. 6, no. 2.



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