Ben Horton:

 

Research Interests

I aim to understand and integrate the external and internal mechanisms that have determined sea-level changes in the past, and which will shape such changes in the future. Fundamental to this aim is bridging the gap between short-term instrumental records and long-term geological reconstructions and geophysical predictions.

Curriculum vitae

Publications (recent. see cv for full list of over 130)

  • Kemp, A.C., Horton, B.P., Vane, C.H., Bernhardt, C.E., Corbett, D.R., Englehart, S.E., Anisfeld, S.C., Parnell, A.C., and Cahill, N.  in press.  Sea-level change during the last 2500 years in New Jersey, USA.  Quaternary Science Reviews.
  • Engelhart, S.E., Horton, B.P., Nelson, A.R., Hawkes, A.D., Witter, R.C., Wang, K., Wang, P.-L., and Vane, C.H., 2013. Validating reconstructions of upper plate deformation during Earth’s greatest earthquakes, Geology, 41, 1067-1070.
  • Horton, B.P., Engelhart, S.E., Hill, D.F., Kemp, A.C., Nikitina, D., Miller, K.G., Peltier, W.R., 2013. Influence of tidal-range change and sediment compaction on Holocene relative sea-level change in New Jersey, USA. Journal of Quaternary Science, 28, 403-411.
  • Kemp, A.C. and Horton, B.P., 2013. Contribution of relative sea-level rise to historical hurricane flooding in New York City. Journal of Quaternary Science, 28, 537-541.
  • Khan, N.S., Horton, B.P., McKee, K.L., Jerolmack, D.J., Falcini, F., Enache, M.D. and Vane, C.H., 2013. Tracking sedimentation from the historic 2011 Mississippi River Flood in Louisiana Deltaic wetlands. Geology, 41, 391-394.