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12. van Hengstum, PJ, Scott, DB, 2012, Sea-level rise and coastal circulation controlled Holocene groundwater development in Bermuda and caused a meteoric lens to collapse 1600 years ago. Marine Micropaleontology 90-91, 29-43. [pdf]

11. van Hengstum, PJ, Scott, DB, Gröcke, DR, Charette, MA, 2011, Sea level controls sedimentation and environments in coastal caves and sinkholes. Marine Geology 286, 35-50. [pdf]

10. van Hengstum, PJ, Scott, DB, 2011, Ecology of foraminifera and habitat variability in an underwater cave: distinguishing anchialine versus submarine cave environments. Journal of Foraminiferal Research 41(3), 200-229. [pdf]

9. van Hengstum, PJ, Reinhardt, EG, Beddows, PA, Gabriel, JJ, 2010, Investigating linkages between Holocene paleoclimate and paleohydrogeology in Mexican underwater cave sediments. Quaternary Science Reviews 29, 2788-2798. [pdf]

8. van Hengstum, PJ, Scott, DB, Javaux, EJ, 2009, Foraminifera in elevated Bermudian caves provide further evidence for a +21 m eustatic sea level during Marine Isotope Stage 11. Quaternary Science Reviews 28, 1850-1860. [pdf]
 
7. van Hengstum, PJ, Reinhardt, EG, Beddows, PA, Schwarcz, HP, Gabriel, JJ, 2009, Foraminifera and testate amoebae (thecamoebians) in an anchialine cave: Surface distributions from Aktun Ha (Carwash) cave system, Mexico. Limnology and Oceanography 54, 391-396. [pdf]

6. Gabriel, JJ, Reinhardt, EG, Peros, MC, Davidson, DE, van Hengstum, PJ, Beddows, PA, 2009, Palaeoenvironmental evolution of cenote Aktun Ha (Carwash) on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, and its response to Holocene sea level rise. Journal of Paleolimnology 42, 199-
213. [pdf]

5. van Hengstum, PJ, Reinhardt, EG, Beddows, PA, Huang, RJ, Gabriel, JJ, 2008, Thecamoebians (testate amoebae) and foraminifera from three anchialine cenotes in Mexico: low salinity (1.5 – 4.5 psu) faunal transitions. Journal of Foraminiferal Research 38, 305-317. [pdf]

4. van Hengstum, PJ, Gröcke, DR, 2008, Middle Devonian (Eifelian – Givetian) ocean anoxic event: high resolution stable isotopic record of the Kačák Event at Hungry Hollow, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 45, 353-366. [pdf]

3. van Hengstum, PJ, Reinhardt, EG, Medioli, FS, Gröcke, DR, 2007, Exceptionally preserved late Cretaceous (Albian) Thecamoebians (Arcellaceans) from the Dakota Formation near Lincoln, Nebraska, USA. Journal of Foraminiferal Research 37, 300-308. [pdf]

2. van Hengstum, PJ, Reinhardt, EG, Boyce, JI, Clark, C, 2007, Changing sedimentation patterns due to historical land-use change in Frenchman’s Bay, Pickering, Canada: evidence from high-resolution textural analysis. Journal of Paleolimnology 37, 603-618. [pdf]

1. Reinhardt, EG, Goodman, BN, Boyce, JI, Lopez, G, van Hengstum, P, Rink, WJ, Mart, Y, Raban, A, 2006, The Tsunami of December 13, 115 A.D. and the destruction of Herod the Great’s Harbor  at Caesarea Maritima, Israel. Geology 34 (12), 1061-1064.



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