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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Jeffrey P. Donnelly
Jeffrey P. Donnelly's photoJeffrey P. Donnelly
Associate Scientist w/ Tenure
Geology & Geophysics

Contact Information:
Work: 508 289 2994
jdonnelly@whoi.edu
Building: Clark 253

http://www.whoi.edu/science/GG/coastal/index.html

Mailing Address:
Mailstop 22
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Woods Hole, MA 02543

Research Interests
The overarching goal of my research program is to understand how changes in climate have altered terrestrial and coastal systems in the recent geological past, to explore how landscape changes may have in turn impacted the climate system, and through this understanding improve our ability to project how coastal landforms and embayments will respond to future changes in these forcings. Primarily I use sedimentary and other natural archives to reconstruct past environmental conditions in order to develop a process oriented understanding of the causes and consequences of environmental change. For example, sea-level fluctuations, storms, and changing freshwater inputs play key roles in driving changes in many coastal systems, yet we know very little about how these environments respond to these multi-variant forcing mechanisms. Fortunately, all of these phenomena leave markers in the sedimentary record that we can sample and use to understand their impact through the late Holocene.

Education
B.S. Earth Science, University of Massachusetts M.E.S. Coastal and Watershed Systems, Yale University Ph.D. Geological Sciences, Brown University

Publications

Journal Articles and Peer Reviewed Book Chapters:

(* denotes student or postdoc first authored publication)

 

*Lane, P., J.P. Donnelly, J.D. Woodruff, and A. Hawkes, 2011, A decadally-resolved paleohurricane record archived in the late Holocene sediments of a Florida sinkhole: Marine Geology, v. 287, 14-30.

 

Kemp, A.C., B.P. Horton, J.P. Donnelly, M.E. Mann, M. Vermeer, and S. Rahmstorf, 2011, Climate related sea-level variations over the past two millennia: Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., v. 108, p. 11017-11022.

 

Kirwin, M., A.B. Murray, J.P. Donnelly, and D.R. Corbett, 2011, Rapid wetland expansion during European settlement and its implication for marsh survival under modern sediment delivery rates: Geology, v. 39, 507-510.

 

*Boldt, K.V., P. Lane, J. Woodruff, J.P. Donnelly, 2010, Calibrating a sedimentary record of overwash from Southeastern New England using modeled historic hurricane surges: Marine Geology, v. 275, p. 127-139.

 

Mann, M.E., J.D. Woodruff, J.P. Donnelly, and Z. Zhang, 2009, Atlantic hurricanes and climate over the past 1500 years: Nature, v. 460, p. 880-885.

 

*Newby, P., J.P. Donnelly, B.N. Shuman, D. MacDonald, 2009, Evidence of centennial-scale drought from southeastern Massachusetts during the Pleistocene/Holocene transition: Quaternary Science Reviews, v. 28, p. 1675-1692.

 

Shuman, B.N., P. Newby, and J.P. Donnelly, 2009, Abrupt Climate Change as a Catalyst of Ecological Change in the Northeast U.S. throughout the Past 15,000 Years: Quaternary Science Reviews, v. 28, p. 1693-1709.

 

*Woodruff, J.D., J.P. Donnelly, and A. Okusu, 2009, Exploring typhoon variability over the mid-to-late Holocene: Evidence of extreme coastal flooding from Kamikoshiki, Japan: Quaternary Science Reviews, v. 28, p. 1774-1785.

 

Madsen A.T., G.A.T. Duller, J.P. Donnelly, H.M. Roberts, and A.G. Wintle, 2009, A chronology of hurricane landfalls at Little Sippewissett Marsh, Massachusetts, USA, using optical dating: Geomorphology v.109, 36-45..

 

*Woodruff, J.D., J.P. Donnelly, K. Emanuel, and P. Lane, 2008b, Assessing sedimentary records of paleo-hurricane activity using modeled hurricane climatology: Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems v. 9, Q09V10, doi:10.1029/2008GC002043.

 

Donnelly, J.P., and L. Giosan, 2008, Tempestuous Highs and Lows in the Gulf of Mexico: Geology, v. 36, p. 751-752.

 

*Woodruff, J.D., J.P. Donnelly, D. Mohrig, and W. R. Geyer, 2008a, Reconstructing relative flooding intensities responsible for hurricane-induced deposits from Laguna Playa Grande, Vieques, Puerto Rico: Geology, v. 36, p. 391-394.

 

*Carlson, A., J. Stoner, J.P. Donnelly, and C. Hillaire-Marcel, 2008, Response of the southern Greenland Ice Sheet during the last two deglaciations: Geology, v. 3 6, p. 359-362.

 

*Ashton, A., J.P. Donnelly, and R. Evans, 2008, A discussion of the potential impacts of climate change on the shorelines of the Northeastern USA: Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, v. 13, 719-743, doi: 10.1007/S11027-007-9124-3.

 

Cheung, K. F., L. Tang, J.P. Donnelly, E. Scileppi, K. Liu, X. Mao, S.H. Houston, and R.J. Murnane, 2007, Coastal Overwash Modeling in Paleotempestology: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 112, F03024, doi:10.1029/2006JF000612.

 

Donnelly, J.P., and J.D. Woodruff, 2007, Intense hurricane activity over the past 5,000 years controlled by El Nino and the West African monsoon: Nature, v. 447, p. 465-468.

 

Hill, J.C., N.W. Driscoll, J. Brigham-Grette, J.P. Donnelly, P.T. Gayes, and L. Keigwin, 2007, New evidence of very high discharge to the Chukchi shelf since the Last Glacial Maximum: Quaternary Research, v. 68, p. 271-279.

 

*Scileppi, E., and J.P. Donnelly, 2007, Sedimentary Evidence of Hurricane Strikes in Western Long Island, New York: Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, v. 8, Q06011, doi:10.1029/2006GC001463.

 

Thieler, E.R., B. Butman, W.C. Schwab, M.A. Allison, N.W. Driscoll, J.P. Donnelly, and E. Uchupi, 2007, A catastrophic meltwater flood event and the formation of the Hudson Shelf Valley: Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology and Palaeoecology, v. 246, p. 120-136.

 

Keigwin, L., J.P. Donnelly, M.S. Cook, N. Driscoll, J. Brigham-Grette, 2006, Rapid Sea-Level Rise and Holocene Climate in the Chukchi Sea: Geology v. 34, p. 861-864.

 

Donnelly, J.P., 2006, A Revised Late Holocene Sea-Level Record for Northern Massachusetts, USA: Journal of Coastal Research, v. 22, p. 1051-1061.

 

Giosan, L., J.P. Donnelly, S. Constantinescu, F. Filip, I. Ovejanu, A. Vespremeanu-Stroe,

E.Vespremeanu, G.A.T. Duller, 2006, Young Danube delta documents stable Black Sea level since the middle Holocene: Morphodynamic, paleogeographic, and archaeological implications: Geology, v. 34, p. 757-760.

 

Shuman, B., and J.P. Donnelly, 2006, The Influence of Seasonal Precipitation and Temperature Regimes on Lake Levels in the Northeastern United States during the Holocene: Quaternary Research, v. 65, p. 44-56.

 

Donnelly, J.P., 2005, Evidence of Past Intense Tropical Cyclones from Backbarrier Salt Pond Sediments: A Case Study from Isla de Culebrita, Puerto Rico, USA: Journal of Coastal Research, SI42, p. 201-210.

 

Giosan, L., E. Vespremeanu, J.P. Donnelly, J. Bhattacharya, and F. Buonaiuto, 2005, Morphodynamics and evolution of Danube delta: Journal of Sedimentary Research, SP 83, p. 391-410.

 

Shuman, B., P. Newby, J.P. Donnelly, A. Tarbox, and T. Webb III, 2005, A Record of Late-Quaternary Moisture-Balance Change and Vegetation Response from the White Mountains, New Hampshire: Annals of American Association of Geographers, v. 95, p. 237-248.

 

Donnelly, J.P., Driscoll, N., Uchupi, E., Keigwin, L., Schwab, W., Thieler, E.R., Swift, S., 2005, Catastrophic Meltwater Discharge down the Hudson River Valley: A Potential Trigger for the Intra-AllerØd Cold Period: Geology v. 33, p. 89-92. (Research Highlight: Nature 17 February 2005 433: 702)

 

Donnelly, J.P., and Webb III, T., 2004, Backbarrier sedimentary records of intense hurricane landfalls in the northeastern United States. In: Murnane, R. and Liu, K. (eds.), Hurricanes and Typhoons: Past Present and Potential, New York: Columbia Press, pp. 58-96.

 

Donnelly, J.P., J. Butler, S. Roll, Micah Wengren, and T. Webb III, 2004, A backbarrier overwash record of intense storms from Brigantine, New Jersey: Marine Geology, v. 210, p. 107-121.

 

Donnelly, J.P., Cleary, P., Newby, P., and Ettinger, R., 2004, Coupling Instrumental and Geological Records of Sea-Level Change: Evidence from southern New England of an increase in the rate of sea-level rise in the late 19th century: Geophysical Research Letters, v. 31 L05203 doi:10.1029/2003GL018933.

 

Donnelly, J.P., and M.D. Bertness, 2001, Rapid shoreward encroachment of salt marsh cordgrass in response to accelerated sea-level rise: Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., v. 98, p. 14218-14223.

 

Donnelly, J.P., S. Roll, M. Wengren, J. Butler, R. Lederer, and T. Webb III, 2001b, Sedimentary evidence of intense hurricane strikes from New Jersey: Geology, v. 29, p. 615-618.

 

Donnelly, J.P., S. S. Bryant, J. Butler, J. Dowling, L. Fan, N. Hausmann, P. Newby, B. Shuman, J. Stern, K. Westover, and T. Webb III, 2001a, A 700-Year sedimentary record of intense hurricane landfalls in southern New England: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 113, p. 714-727. (editors’ choice: Science 8 June 2001 292: 1801)

 

Donnelly, J.P., T. Webb III, and W.L. Prell, 1999, The influence of accelerated sea-level rise, human modification and storms on a New England salt marsh: Current Topics in Wetland Biogeochemistry v. 3, p.152-160.

 

Donnelly, J.P., 1998, Evidence of late Holocene post-glacial isostatic adjustment in coastal wetland deposits of eastern North America: In: Wu, P. (ed.), Dynamics of the Ice Age Earth a Modern Perspective, Zurich: Trans Tech Publications, pp. 393-400.

 

Other Publications:

 

Donnelly, J.P., 2009, Paleotempestology: Exploring the Sedimentary Record of Intense Hurricanes: In Encyclopedia of Paleoclimatology and Ancient Environments, Ed. V. Gornitz, Kluwer Academic Press.

 

Carman M.R., S.G. Bullard, J.P. Donnelly, 2007, Water quality, nitrogen pollution, and ascidian diversity in coastal waters of southern Massachusetts, USA: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, v. 342, p. 175–178.

 

Frumhoff et al., 2007, Confronting Climate Change in the U.S. Northeast: Science, Impacts, and Solutions, Union of Concerned Scientists, pp. 146. (member of Coastal Team)

 

Buynevich, I., and J.P. Donnelly, 2006, Geological Signatures of Barrier Breaching and Overwash, Southern Massachusetts, usa: Journal of Coastal Research, SI39, 5 p.

 

Murnane, R. J., C. Barton, E. Collins, J.P. Donnelly, J. Elsner, K. Emanuel, I. Ginis, S. Howard, C. Landsea, K. Liu, D. Malmquist, M. McKay, A. Michaels, N. Nelson, J. O’Brien, D. Scott, and T. Webb III, 2000, Model Estimates Hurricane Wind Speed Probabilities: EOS, v. 81(38) p. 433, 438.

   

Bravo, J., J.P. Donnelly, J. Dowling, and T. Webb III, 1997, Lithologic and biostratigraphic evidence of the 1938 Hurricane event in New England: Journal American Meteorological Society, 22nd Conf. on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology Supp., p. 395-396.

 

Invited Abstracts Presented:

(* denotes student presentation)

 

Donnelly, J.P., P. Lane, A. Hawkes, P. van Hengstum, P. N. Ranasinghe, M. Toomey, and D. MacDonald, 2011, North Atlantic Tropical Cyclone Activity over the last 2000 years: Patterns, Consequences and Potential Climatic Forcing, Proceedings and Abstracts of the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union. (INVITED)

 

Donnelly, J.P., P. Lane, J. Woodruff, M. Gomes, 2008, Late Holocene Coastal Archives of Intense Tropical Cyclone Activity: Patterns and Climatic Forcing, Assoc. of Amer. Geographers Meeting Program and Abstracts. (INVITED)

 

Shuman, B.N., J.P. Donnelly, P. Newby, 2008, Ice Sheet-Ocean Interactions as a Pacesetter of Late-Quaternary Ecological Changes in the Northeastern United States: AMQUA Biennial Meeting Program and Abstracts. (INVITED)

 

*Woodruff, J.D., J.P.Donnelly, K. Emanuel, D. Mohrig, W.R. Geyer, P. Lane, 2008, Late-Holocene Hurricane Climatology: AMQUA Biennial Meeting Program and Abstracts. (INVITED)

 

*Woodruff, J.D., J.P.Donnelly, D. Mohrig, and W.R. Geyer, 2008, Reconstructing relative wave heights responsible for hurricane-induced deposits, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography/American Geophysical Union (ASLO/AGU) Ocean Sciences Meeting, Orlando, Florida. (INVITED)

 

*Woodruff, J.D., J.P. Donnelly, and K. Emanuel, 2007, Are Patterns in Paleo-Hurricane Landfalls Significant? Statistical Comparisons with Modeled Hurricane Climatology. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 88(52) Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract GC54B-09 (INVITED)

 

Donnelly J.P., P. Lane, E. Scileppi, and J. Woodruff, 2007, North Atlantic Hurricane Activity over the last 6000 years: Patterns and Climatic Forcing” 1st International Summit on Hurricanes and Climate Change, Crete. (INVITED)

 

Donnelly, J.P., P. Lane, E. Scileppi, and J. Woodruff, 2007, Coastal Archives of Intense Hurricane Activity over the last 6000 years: Patterns and Climatic Forcing: Biennial Meeting of the Estuarine Research Federation. (INVITED)

 

*Hou, J., L. Parsons, B. Shuman, J.P. Donnelly, Y. Huang, 2006, High resolution hydrogen isotope records of climate change around “8.2 ka event” from two adjacent lakes in Massachusetts, eastern North America: Proceedings and Abstracts of the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union. (INVITED)

 

Donnelly, J.P., 2006, Increasing rates of sea-level rise and hurricane strikes in the northeastern United States: a recipe for disaster, Annual meeting of GSA (Pardee Keynote Symposia). (INVITED)

 

Donnelly, J.P., and B. Shuman, 2006, Regionally-Coherent Moisture Variability at Multi-Centennial Time-Scales in the Northeastern United States during the Holocene, Proceedings and Abstracts of the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union. (INVITED)

 

Donnelly, J.P., J.D. Woodruff, E. Scileppi, P. Lane, 2006, Climate Forcing of North Atlantic Tropical Cyclone Activity over the last 6000 years, Proceedings and Abstracts of the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union. (INVITED)

 

Donnelly, J.P., and E. Scileppi, 2002, A sedimentary record of hurricane strikes from western Long Island, New York. Assoc. of Amer. Geographers, Meeting Program and Abstracts. (INVITED)

 

Donnelly, J.P., R. Ettinger, P. Cleary, 2001, Sedimentary Evidence of Prehistoric Hurricane Strikes in Southern New England. Assoc. of Amer. Geographers, 97th Meeting Program and Abstracts. (INVITED)

 

Donnelly, J.P., R. Ettinger, P. Cleary, 2000, Sedimentary Evidence of Prehistoric Hurricane Strikes in Southern New England. Geological Society of America. (INVITED)

  

Donnelly, J.P., and T. Webb III, 1999, Sedimentary Evidence of Prehistoric Hurricane Strikes

in the Northeastern United States: Assoc. of Amer. Geographers, 96th Meeting Program and Abstracts. (INVITED)

 

Donnelly, J.P., 1999, Geographic variability in late Holocene eastern North American sea level trends. Eos Trans. AGU, 80(17), Spring Meet. Suppl., S85. (INVITED)

 

Donnelly, J.P., and T. Webb III, 1998, Sedimentary evidence of prehistoric hurricane strikes in the northeastern United States. Eos Trans. AGU,79(45), Fall Meet. Suppl., F489. (INVITED)

 

Donnelly, J.P., and T. Webb III, 1998, A stratigraphic record of hurricane disturbance in a New England salt marsh. Assoc. of Amer. Geographers, 94th Meeting Program and Abstracts. (INVITED)

 

Donnelly, J.P., and T. Webb III, 1997, Determination of late Holocene paleo-hurricane frequency in southern New England utilizing coastal wetland deposits. Assoc. of Amer. Geographers, 93rd Meeting Program and Abstracts.  (INVITED)

 

Donnelly, J.P., 1996, Spatial and temporal trends in late Holocene sea level in the northeastern United States. Eos Trans. AGU, 77(46), Fall Meet. Suppl., F140. (INVITED)

 

Contributed Abstracts Presented:

(* denotes student presentation)

 

*Newby, P., J.P. Donnelly, B.N. Shuman, D. MacDonald, 2008, Late Glacial to Early Holocene Changes in Water Levels from Rocky Pond, Massachusetts: AMQUA Biennial Meeting Program and Abstracts.

 

*Woodruff, J.D., and J.P.Donnelly, 2008, Reconstructions of Tropical Cyclone Activity from Lagoons in the Western North Pacific: Assoc. of Amer. Geographers Meeting Program and Abstracts.

 

*Lane, P., and J.P. Donnelly, 2008, Developing Multi-Millennial Records of New England Hurricanes from the Sedimentary Archives of Kettle Ponds: Assoc. of Amer. Geographers Meeting Program and Abstracts.

 

*Boldt, K.V., J.P. Donnelly, and W.B. Dade, 2008, An emerging regional stratigraphic record of landfall of intense hurricanes in southeastern New England: Assoc. of Amer. Geographers Meeting Program and Abstracts.

 

*Lane, P., and J.P. Donnelly, 2007, A Multi-Millennial Record of Intense Hurricanes in New England: American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting.

 

*Woodruff, J.D. and J.P. Donnelly, 2007, Reconstructions of Tropical Cyclone Activity from Lagoons in the Western North Pacific: Biennial Meeting of the Estuarine Research Federation.

 

*Woodruff, J.D., J.P. Donnelly, and K. Emanuel, 2007, Statistical assessments of paleo-storm records: A case study from the Northeastern Caribbean. Northeast Tropical Workshop, Dedham, USA.

 

*Woodruff, J.D., J.P. Donnelly, and D. Mohrig, 2007, Estimating event intensity from storm deposits, 1st Annual Summit on Hurricanes and Climate Change, Crete, Greece.

 

*Newby, P., J.P. Donnelly, B.N. Shuman, D. MacDonald, 2006, Vegetation and water level changes for the northeast U.S. during the “8.2 ka event”: Northeastern Section, GSA, 42nd Annual Meeting, Durham, USA.

 

*Woodruff, J.D. and J.P. Donnelly, 2007, Holocene reconstructions of precipitation patterns and extreme coastal flooding from the Western Pacific, Northeastern Section, GSA, 42nd Annual Meeting, Durham, USA.

 

Donnelly J.P. and B.N. Shuman, 2006, Regionally-Coherent Moisture Variability at Multi-Centennial Time-Scales in the Northeastern United States during the Holocene: Proceedings and Abstracts of the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union.

 

*Newby, P., J.P. Donnelly, B.N. Shuman, D. MacDonald, 2006, Vegetation and water level changes for the northeast U.S. during the “8.2 ka event”: Proceedings and Abstracts of the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union.

 

*Woodruff, J.D. and J.P. Donnelly, 2006, New overwash and sea-level reconstructions from Saints Kitts, West Indies. Quaternary Land-Ocean Interactions: Driving Mechanisms & Coastal Responses, IGCP Project 495, Santa Catarina, Brazil.

 

*Woodruff, J.D. and J.P. Donnelly, 2006, Late Holocene Overwash and Precipitation Records from Southwestern Japan: Lithological and Geochemical Data from Lake Kaiike. Tsunamis, Storm Hazards and Related Sediments, ISC2006, TS9-5O-038: Fukuoka, Japan.

 

*Woodruff, J.D., J.P. Donnelly, D. Mohrig, 2006, Grain-size distributions and flow parameter estimates for a prehistoric overwash event within a backbarrier lagoon, Vieques, Puerto Rico. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 87(36) Ocean Sci. Meet. Suppl., Abstract OS26M-08

 

*Lane, P., and J.P. Donnelly, 2006, A Record of Intense New England Hurricanes Preserved in Kettle Pond Sediments near Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts: Assoc. of Amer. Geographers Meeting Program and Abstracts.

 

*Scileppi, E., J.D Woodruff, P. Lane, J.P. Donnelly, 2006, Millennial-scale history of intense hurricane activity in the Caribbean Sea: Assoc. of Amer. Geographers Meeting Program and Abstracts.

 

*Tierney, J, L. Giosan, J.P. Donnelly, B.N. Shuman, 2005, The Use of Scanning XRF Technology in Terrestrial Paleoclimatology and Paleohydrology: Proceedings and Abstracts of the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union.

 

*Woodruff, J.D., J.P. Donnelly, J.Tierney, E. Scileppi, L. Giosan, 2005, Paleoclimate Proxies from Coastal Lagoons: An interesting relationship between precipitation, ENSO and intense hurricane activity in the Western Atlantic: Proceedings and Abstracts of the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union.

                    

*Woodruff, J.D., J.P. Donnelly, and E. Scileppi, 2004, Sedimentary archives of extreme flooding events in the Northeastern Caribbean: Proceedings and Abstracts of the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union.

 

Donnelly , J.P., Driscoll, N., E. Uchupi, L. Keigwin, W. Schwab, E.R. Thieler, S. Swift, 2004, Catastrophic Drainage of Glacial Lake Iroquois Down the Hudson River Valley: A Potential Trigger for the Intra-Allerod Cold Period: Proceedings and Abstracts of the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union.

 

*Scileppi, E., and J.P. Donnelly, 2004, The role of intense storms on backbarrier morphodynamics: examples from the New York/New Jersey Bight: Proceedings and Abstracts of the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union.

 

Donnelly , J.P., Driscoll, N., E. Uchupi, L. Keigwin, W. Schwab, E.R. Thieler, S. Swift, 2004, Catastrophic Meltwater Discharge Down the Hudson River Valley: A Potential Trigger for the Intra-Allerød Cold Period, IGCP 495 - Holocene land-ocean interactions: driving mechanisms and coastal responses, Bar Harbor Maine.

 

Donnelly, J.P., and P. Cleary, 2002, Extending the Instrumental Record of Sea-Level Change: A 1300-Year Sea-Level Record From Eastern Connecticut: Proceedings and Abstracts of the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union.

 

Donnelly J.P., 2002, Geological Evidence of Late Holocene Sea-Level Changes in Southern New England: The Massachusetts Beaches Conference - Northeast Beaches: A Balancing Act.

 

*Scileppi, E., J.P. Donnelly, 2002, Sedimentary Evidence of Hurricane Strikes from western Long Island, New York: Northeast Geological Society of America Program and Abstracts.

 

*Cleary, P., R. Lederer, J.P. Donnelly, 2000, A Stratigraphic Record of Storm Deposition from an Eastern Connecticut Salt Marsh, Geological Society of America.

 

Webb III, T, J.P. Donnelly, 1999, A 600 Year Stratigraphic Record Of Intense Hurricane Landfalls In A Rhode Island Salt Marsh, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.

 

*Roll, S., M. Wengren, R. Lederer, J.P. Donnelly, 1999, A Record of Intense Storms from Two New Jersey Back-Barrier Salt Marshes: Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.

 

Donnelly, J.P., 1999, The Response of New England Salt Marshes to Accelerated Sea-Level Rise, Biennial Meeting of the Estuarine Research Federation.

 

Donnelly, J.P., 1999, Late Holocene Sea Level Trends in Eastern North America Revealed from Radiocarbon Dated Basal Salt Marsh Deposits, Northeast GSA program and Abstracts.

 

*Butler, J., J.P.Donnelly, P. Newby, F. Dunford, 1999, Late Holocene Paleoenvironmental Change in a Coastal Cape Cod Embayment and Associated Human Occupations, Northeast GSA program and Abstracts.

 

Donnelly, J.P., 1998, Sea-Level Rise, Severe Storms and the Recent Development of New England’s Coastal Wetlands: Coastal, Estuarine Research Federation annual meeting.

 

Donnelly, J.P., 1997, Accelerated Sea Level Rise in Southern New England and its Impacts on Salt Marshes: Biennial Meeting of the Estuarine Research Federation.

 

Donnelly, J.P., J. Dowling, N. Hausmann, and T. Webb III, 1997, Stratigraphic Evidence of Hurricane Disturbance in a Rhode Island Salt Marsh: Biennial Meeting of the Estuarine Research Federation.

 

Bravo, J., J.P. Donnelly, J. Dowling, and T. Webb III, 1997, Lithologic and biostratigraphic evidence of the 1938 Hurricane event in New England: 22nd Conf. on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology Supp., p. 395-396.

 

Donnelly, J.P., 1996, Re-Evaluation of Holocene Relative Sea Level Data of the Northeastern U.S.: AMQUA Biennial meeting Program and Abstracts.

 

 




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