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Rodriguez, A.B., Yu, W.‡, and Theuerkauf, E.J.‡, (accepted), Abrupt increase in washover deposition along a transgressive barrier island during the late 19th century acceleration in sea-level rise, in, Moore, L. and Murray, B., eds: The Response of Barrier Islands and Barrier Spits to Climate Change, Springer Geography
Jalowska, A.M.‡ McKee, B.A., Laceby, J.P. and Rodriguez, A.B., (accepted), Tracing the sources, fate, and recycling of fine sediments across a river delta interface, Catena.
Ridge, J.T.‡, Rodriguez, A.B., and Fodrie, F.J., 2016, Salt marsh and fringing oyster reef transgression in a shallow temperate estuary: implications for restoration, conservation and blue carbon, Estuaries and Coasts, DOI:10.1007/s12237-016-0196
Rodriguez, A.B., 2016, Geology of the lower Mobile River Basin, in, Waselkov, G. A., Andrus, C. F., and Plumb, G. E.,eds: 2016. A State of Knowledge of the Natural, Cultural, and Economic Resources of the Greater Mobile-Tensaw River Area. Natural Resources Report NPS/NRSS/BRD/NRR 2016/1243. Biological Resources Division, National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. p. 13-17.
Anderson, J.B., Wallace, D.J., Simms, A.R., Rodriguez, A.B., Weight, R.W.R., and Taha, P.Z., 2016, Recycling sediments between source and sink during a eustatic cycle: Systems of Late Quaternary Northwestern Gulf of Mexico Basin, Earth-Science Reviews, v. 153, p. 111-138.
VanDusen B.M., Theuerkauf, E.J.‡, Fegley, S.R., and Rodriguez, A.B., 2016, Monitoring overwash using water-level loggers resolves frequent inundation and runup events, Geomorphology, v. 254, p. 32-40.
Ridge, J.T.‡, Rodriguez, A.B., Fodrie, F.J., Lindquist, N.L., Brodeur, M.C., Coleman, S.E., Grabowski, J.H., and Theuerkauf, E.J.‡, 2015, Maximizing oyster-reef growth supports green infrastructure with accelerating sea-level rise., Nature Scientific Reports, DOI: 10.1038/srep14785.
Elliott, E.A.‡, McKee, B.A., and Rodriguez, A.B., 2015, The utility of estuarine settling basins for constructing multi-decadal high-resolution records of sedimentation. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, v. 164, p. 105-114, DOI:10.1016/j.ecss.2015.06.002.
Jalowska, A.M.‡, Rodriguez, A.B., and McKee, B.A., 2015, Responses of the Roanoke Bayhead Delta to Variations in Sea Level Rise and Sediment Supply during the Holocene and Anthropocene, Anthropocene, v. 9, p. 41-55, DOI:10.1016/j.ancene.2015.05.002.
Fodrie, F.J., Rodriguez, A.B., Baillie, C.J., Brodeur, M.C., Coleman, S.E., Gittman, R.K., Keller, D.A., Kenworthy, M.D., Poray, A.K., Ridge, J.T.‡, Theuerkauf, E.J.‡, and Lindquist, N.L., (2014) Classic paradigms in a novel environment: inserting food-web and productivity lessons from rocky shores and saltmarshes in to biogenic reef restoration. Journal of Applied Ecology, DOI:10.1111/1365-2664.12276.
Anderson, J.B., Wallace, D.J., Simms, A.R., Rodriguez, A.B., and Milliken, K.T., 2014 Variable response of coastal environments of the northwestern Gulf of Mexico to sea-level rise and climate change: implications for future change. v. 352, p. 348-366, Marine Geology.
Rodriguez, A.B., Fodrie, F.J., Ridge, J.T.‡, Lindquist, N.L., Theuerkauf, E.J.‡, Coleman, S.E., Grabowski, J.H., Brodeur, M.C., Gittman, R.K., Keller, D.A., and Kenworthy, M.D., 2014, Oyster reefs can outpace sea-level rise. Nature Climate Change, v. 4, p. 493-497, doi:10.1038/nclimate2216.
Mattheus, C.R.‡ and Rodriguez, A.B., 2014, Controls on lower coastal-plain valley morphology and fill architecture. Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 84, p. 314-325, dx.doi.org/10.2.110/jsr.2014.30.
Theuerkauf, E.J.‡ and Rodriguez, A.B., 2014, Evaluating proxies for estimating subaerial beach volume change across increasing time scales and various morphologies. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, v. 39, p. 593-604, DOI: 10.1002/esp.3467.
Rodriguez, A.B., Fegley, S.R., Ridge, J.T.‡, VanDusen B.M., and Anderson N.‡, 2013, Contribution of aeolian sand to backbarrier marsh sedimentation. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, v. 117, p. 248-259.