|Morphodynamic Systems | Coastal Gravel Systems
||Treatise on Geomorphology
|Management Challenges of a dynamic geomorphosite: climate change and the Giant’s Causeway World Heritage Site.
|Reducing the vulnerability of natural coastal systems – A UK perspective.
||Managing coastal vulnerability.
|The Controls on Late-Holocene Coastal Dune Formation on leeside coasts of the British Isles
||Coasts under Stress III
||Encyclopedia of Coastal Sciences
||Geomorphology for Engineers
|Porlock Gravel barrier
||Coastal Geomorphology of Great Britain
|Relative Sea-level changes
||Field Guide to the Coastal Environments of Northern Ireland,
||Field Guide to the Coastal Environments of Northern Ireland
|Origin, development, reworking and breakdown of gravel-dominated coastal barriers in Atlantic Canada: future scenarios for the British coast.
|| British Shingles.
|Extreme events and the morphodynamics of gravel-dominated coastal barriers: strengthening uncertain ground
||Marine Geology Vol 290 (41-45)  DOI
|Temporal patterns and processes of retreat of drumlin coastal cliffs – Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland.
||Geomorphology Vol 94 (153-169)
|Factors controlling the retreat of drumlin coastal cliffs in a low energy marine environment – Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland.
||Journal of Coastal Research Vol 23 (285-297)
|Environmental controls on coastal dune formation; Skallingen Spit, Denmark.
||Geomorphology Vol 83 (29-47)
|Challenging assumptions of future coastal habitat development around the UK
||Earth Surface Processes and Landforms Vol 31 (13) (1625-1642)  DOI
|Developing constraints on the relative sea-level curve for the north-east of Ireland from the mid-Holocene to the present day.
||Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences Vol 364 (857-866)
|Storminess and surges in the South-Western Approaches of the Eastern North Atlantic: the synoptic climatology of recent extreme coastal storms
||Marine Geology Vol 210 (1-4) (227-246)  DOI
|Prograded Holocene beach-ridges with superimposed dunes in north-east Ireland: mechanisms and timescales of fine and coarse beach sediment decoupling and deposition
||Marine Geology Vol 194(1-2) (47-64)  DOI
|Organisational controls, typologies and time scales of paraglacial gravel-dominated coastal systems
||Geomorphology Vol 48(1-3) (51-85)  DOI
|Assessment of temporal changes in coastal and sand dune environments using the log-hyperbolic grain size method
||Sedimentology Vol 49 (1229-1252)
|Between wave- and tide-dominated coasts: the middle ground revisited.
||Journal of Coastal Research Vol SI 36 (8-15)
|Late Holocene (Post 4000 years BP) coastal dune development in Northumberland, northeast England
||The Holocene Vol 11 (215-231)
|Gravel-dominated coastal-barrier reorganisation variability as a function of coastal susceptibility and barrier resilience
|Influence of changing management regimes on the morphodynamic response, of a mixed gravel and sand barrier beach.
|Variation in the organisation of gravel-dominated coastal systems: Evidence from Nova Scotia and Southern England.
|Extreme storm effect on gravel-dominated barriers
|FUTURECOAST -- The Integration of Knowledge to Assess Future Coastal Evolution at a National Scale