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Randall W Parkinson
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Holocene sea-level rise and the fate of mangrove forests within the wider Caribbean region
RW Parkinson, RD DeLaune, JR White
Journal of Coastal Research, 1077-1086, 1994
2321994
Sea level control on stability of Everglades wetlands
HR Wanless, RW Parkinson, LP Tedesco
Everglades: the ecosystem and its restoration, 199-223, 1994
2091994
Decelerating Holocene sea-level rise and its influence on Southwest Florida coastal evolution; a transgressive/regressive stratigraphy
RW Parkinson
Journal of Sedimentary Research 59 (6), 960-972, 1989
1531989
Beach nourishment is not a sustainable strategy to mitigate climate change
RW Parkinson, DE Ogurcak
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 212, 203-209, 2018
492018
Assessing municipal vulnerability to predicted sea level rise: City of Satellite Beach, Florida
RW Parkinson, T McCue
Climatic change 107 (1), 203-223, 2011
312011
Red mangrove (Rhizophora mangle L.) litter fall response to selective pruning (Indian River Lagoon, Florida, U.S.A.)
RW Parkinson, M Perez-Bedmar, JA Santangelo
Diversity and Function in Mangrove Ecosystems: Proceedings of Mangrove …, 1999
281999
Marsh vulnerability to sea-level rise
RW Parkinson, C Craft, RD DeLaune, JF Donoghue, M Kearney, ...
Nature Climate Change 7 (11), 756-756, 2017
272017
Conserving coastal wetlands despite sea level rise
Working Group on Sea Level Rise and Wetland Systems
Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 78 (25), 257-261, 1997
271997
Holocene sedimentation and coastal response to rising sea level along a subtropical low energy coast, Ten Thousand Islands, southwest Florida
RW Parkinson
271987
Sea-level rise tipping point of delta survival
RE Turner, MS Kearney, RW Parkinson
Journal of Coastal Research 34 (2), 470-474, 2018
252018
SE Saline Everglades transgressive sedimentation in response to historic acceleration in sea-level rise: a viable marker for the base of the Anthropocene?
JF Meeder, RW Parkinson
Journal of Coastal Research 34 (2), 490-497, 2018
242018
Saltwater encroachment and prediction of future ecosystem response to the Anthropocene Marine Transgression, Southeast Saline Everglades, Florida
JF Meeder, RW Parkinson, PL Ruiz, MS Ross
Hydrobiologia 803, 29-48, 2017
212017
Adapting to rising sea level: A Florida perspective
RW Parkinson
AIP Conference Proceedings 1157 (1), 19-25, 2009
202009
Sea level control on stability of Everglades wetlands. Everglades: the Ecosystem and Its Restoration. St
HR Wanless, RW Parkinson, LP Tedesco
Lucie Press, 1994
201994
Accelerating sea-level rise and the fate of mangrove plant communities in South Florida, USA
RW Parkinson, S Wdowinski
Geomorphology 412, 108329, 2022
182022
Sea-level rise and the fate of tidal wetlands
RW Parkinson
Journal of Coastal Research, 987-989, 1994
171994
Managing the Anthropocene marine transgression to the year 2100 and beyond in the State of Florida USA
RW Parkinson, PW Harlem, JF Meeder
Climatic Change 128, 85-98, 2015
152015
Speculation on the role of sea-level rise in the tragic collapse of the Surfside condominium (Miami Beach, Florida USA) was a bellwether moment for coastal zone management …
RW Parkinson
Ocean & Coastal Management 215, 105968, 2021
132021
Late Holocene erosional shoreface retreat within a silicilastic-to-carbonate transition zone, east central Florida, USA
RW Parkinson, JR White
Journal of Sedimentary Research 64 (3b), 408-415, 1994
131994
Tuning surface water management and wetland restoration programs with historic sediment accumulation rates: Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, East-Central Florida, USA
RW Parkinson, RR DeLaune, CT Hutcherson, J Stewart
Journal of coastal research 22 (5), 1268-1277, 2006
112006
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