Robin Edwards
Robin Edwards
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TitleCited byYear
Quantifying Holocene sea-level change using intertidal foraminifera: lessons from the British Isles
BP Horton, RJ Edwards
Journal of Foraminiferal Research Special Publication 40, 2006
2322006
An improved glacial isostatic adjustment model for the British Isles
SL Bradley, GA Milne, I Shennan, R Edwards
Journal of Quaternary Science 26 (5), 541-552, 2011
1582011
UK intertidal foraminiferal distributions: implications for sea-level studies
BP Horton, RJ Edwards, JM Lloyd
Marine Micropaleontology 36 (4), 205-223, 1999
1521999
A foraminiferal-based transfer function: implications for sea-level studies
BP Horton, RJ Edwards, JM Lloyd
Journal of Foraminiferal Research 29, 117-129, 1999
132*1999
Postglacial relative sea‐level observations from Ireland and their role in glacial rebound modelling
AJ Brooks, SL Bradley, RJ Edwards, GA Milne, B Horton, I Shennan
Journal of Quaternary Science 23 (2), 175-192, 2008
1162008
Reconstructing relative sea-level change using UK salt-marsh foraminifera
RJ Edwards, BP Horton
Marine Geology 169 (1-2), 41-56, 2000
1092000
Surface distributions of salt-marsh foraminifera from Connecticut, USA: modern analogues for high-resolution sea level studies
RJ Edwards, AJ Wright, O Van de Plassche
Marine Micropaleontology 51 (1-2), 1-21, 2004
1002004
The application of local and regional transfer functions to the reconstruction of Holocene sea levels, north Norfolk, England
BP Horton, RJ Edwards
The Holocene 15 (2), 216-228, 2005
902005
Assessing sea-level data from Connecticut, USA, using a foraminiferal transfer function for tide level
RJ Edwards, O Van De Plassche, WR Gehrels, AJ Wright
Marine Micropaleontology 51 (3-4), 239-255, 2004
772004
Implications of a microfossil-based transfer function in Holocene sea-level studies
BP Horton, RJ Edwards, JM Lloyd
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 166 (1), 41-54, 2000
762000
Modern saltmarsh diatom distributions of the Outer Banks, North Carolina, and the development of a transfer function for high resolution reconstructions of sea level
BP Horton, R Corbett, SJ Culver, RJ Edwards, C Hillier
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 69 (3-4), 381-394, 2006
752006
Stratigraphic architecture, relative sea-level, and models of estuary development in southern England: new data from Southampton Water
AJ Long, RG Scaife, RJ Edwards
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 175 (1), 253-279, 2000
732000
The relative utility of foraminifera and diatoms for reconstructing late Holocene sea-level change in North Carolina, USA
AC Kemp, BP Horton, DR Corbett, SJ Culver, RJ Edwards, ...
Quaternary Research 71 (1), 9-21, 2009
672009
Mid-to late-Holocene relative sea-level change in southwest Britain and the influence of sediment compaction
RJ Edwards
The Holocene 16 (4), 575-587, 2006
602006
Seasonal distributions of foraminifera and their implications for sea-level studies, Cowpen Marsh, UK
BP Horton, RJ Edwards
Special Publications of SEPM, 2003
542003
The island of Ireland: Drowning the myth of an Irish land-bridge?
R Edwards, A Brooks
The Irish Naturalists' Journal, 19-34, 2008
532008
Reassessing transfer-function performance in sea-level reconstruction based on benthic salt-marsh foraminifera from the Atlantic coast of NE North America
AJ Wright, RJ Edwards, O de Plassche
Marine Micropaleontology, 2011
522011
Evaluation of a numerical model of the British–Irish ice sheet using relative sea‐level data: implications for the interpretation of trimline observations
J Kuchar, G Milne, A Hubbard, H Patton, S Bradley, I Shennan, ...
Journal of Quaternary Science 27 (6), 597-605, 2012
512012
Mid‐to late Holocene relative sea‐level change in Poole Harbour, southern England
RJ Edwards
Journal of Quaternary Science 16 (3), 221-235, 2001
482001
Pine pollen in intertidal sediments from Poole Harbour, UK; implications for late-Holocene sediment accretion rates and sea-level rise
AJ Long, RG Scaife, RJ Edwards
Quaternary International 55 (1), 3-16, 1999
481999
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