|Sea-level change during the last 2500 years in New Jersey, USA|
AC Kemp, BP Horton, CH Vane, CE Bernhardt, DR Corbett, SE Engelhart, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 81, 90-104, 2013
|Change points of global temperature|
N Cahill, S Rahmstorf, AC Parnell
Environmental Research Letters 10 (8), 084002, 2015
|Modern contraceptive use, unmet need, and demand satisfied among women of reproductive age who are married or in a union in the focus countries of the Family Planning 2020 …|
N Cahill, E Sonneveldt, J Stover, M Weinberger, J Williamson, C Wei, ...
The Lancet 391 (10123), 870-882, 2018
|Global temperature evolution: recent trends and some pitfalls|
S Rahmstorf, G Foster, N Cahill
Environmental Research Letters 12 (5), 054001, 2017
|Relative sea-level change in Connecticut (USA) during the last 2200 yrs|
AC Kemp, AD Hawkes, JP Donnelly, CH Vane, BP Horton, TD Hill, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 428, 217-229, 2015
|Extraordinary biomass-burning episode and impact winter triggered by the Younger Dryas cosmic impact∼ 12,800 years ago. 2. Lake, marine, and terrestrial sediments|
WS Wolbach, JP Ballard, PA Mayewski, AC Parnell, N Cahill, V Adedeji, ...
The Journal of Geology 126 (2), 185-205, 2018
|Modeling sea-level change using errors-in-variables integrated Gaussian processes|
N Cahill, AC Kemp, BP Horton, AC Parnell
The Annals of Applied Statistics 9 (2), 547-571, 2015
|Quantifying the contribution of sediment compaction to late Holocene salt-marsh sea-level reconstructions, North Carolina, USA|
MJ Brain, AC Kemp, BP Horton, SJ Culver, AC Parnell, N Cahill
Quaternary Research 83 (1), 41-51, 2015
|Late Holocene sea-and land-level change on the US southeastern Atlantic coast|
AC Kemp, CE Bernhardt, BP Horton, RE Kopp, CH Vane, WR Peltier, ...
Marine Geology 357, 90-100, 2014
|Levels and trends in contraceptive prevalence, unmet need, and demand for family planning for 29 states and union territories in India: a modelling study using the Family …|
JR New, N Cahill, J Stover, YP Gupta, L Alkema
The Lancet Global Health 5 (3), e350-e358, 2017
|Contrasting records of sea-level change in the eastern and western North Atlantic during the last 300 years|
AJ Long, NLM Barlow, WR Gehrels, MH Saher, PL Woodworth, RG Scaife, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 388, 110-122, 2014
|Reconstructing Holocene sea level using salt‐marsh foraminifera and transfer functions: lessons from New Jersey, USA|
AC Kemp, RJ Telford, BP Horton, SC Anisfeld, CK Sommerfield
Journal of Quaternary Science 28 (6), 617-629, 2013
|Relative sea-level trends in New York City during the past 1500 years|
AC Kemp, TD Hill, CH Vane, N Cahill, PM Orton, SA Talke, AC Parnell, ...
The Holocene 27 (8), 1169-1186, 2017
|Predicting marsh vulnerability to sea-level rise using Holocene relative sea-level data|
BP Horton, I Shennan, SL Bradley, N Cahill, M Kirwan, RE Kopp, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-7, 2018
|Extended late Holocene relative sea-level histories for North Carolina, USA|
AC Kemp, JJ Kegel, SJ Culver, DC Barber, DJ Mallinson, E Leorri, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 160, 13-30, 2017
|A Bayesian hierarchical model for reconstructing relative sea level: from raw data to rates of change|
N Cahill, AC Kemp, BP Horton, AC Parnell
Climate of the Past 12 (2), 525-542, 2016
|Accommodation space, relative sea level, and the archiving of paleo-earthquakes along subduction zones|
HM Kelsey, SE Engelhart, JE Pilarczyk, BP Horton, CM Rubin, ...
Geology 43 (8), 675-678, 2015
|Reconstructing Common Era relative sea-level change on the Gulf Coast of Florida|
MJ Gerlach, SE Engelhart, AC Kemp, RP Moyer, JM Smoak, ...
Marine Geology 390, 254-269, 2017
|iceTEA: tools for plotting and analysing cosmogenic-nuclide surface-exposure data from former ice margins|
RS Jones, D Small, N Cahill, MJ Bentley, PL Whitehouse
Quaternary Geochronology 51, 72-86, 2019
|Exploring mechanisms of compaction in salt-marsh sediments using Common Era relative sea-level reconstructions|
MJ Brain, AC Kemp, AD Hawkes, SE Engelhart, CH Vane, N Cahill, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 167, 96-111, 2017