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M. Van Kranendonk, Archean Tectonics 2004: A review, Precambrian Research, vol. 131, pp. 143-151, 2004.
E. E. van Soelen, Lammers, J. M., Eglinton, T. I., Damsté, J. S. Sinning, and Reichart, G. J., Unusual C35 to C38 alkenones in mid-Holocene sediments from a restricted estuary (Charlotte Harbor, Florida), Organic Geochemistry, vol. 70, pp. 20-28, 2014.
M. J. Vandergoes, Dieffenbacher-Krall, A. C., Newnham, R. M., Denton, G. H., and Blaauw, M., Cooling and changing seasonality in the Southern Alps, New Zealand during the Antarctic Cold Reversal, Quaternary Science Reviews, vol. 27, no. 5-6, pp. 589-601, 2008.
J. C. Varekamp, Thomas, E., Mecray, E. L., and Brink, M. F. Buchhol, The historical record of water quality in Long Island Sound, in Long Island Sound workshop, Groton, CT, 2002.
J. C. Varekamp and Brink, M. R. Buchhol, Mercury in Connecticut and Long Island Sound sediment, in Long Island Sound/NEERS Research Conference, Groton, CT, 2002.
J. C. Varekamp, Thomas, E., and Groner, M., The early history of Long Island Sound, in 7th Biennial Long Island Sound research conference, Program/Abstracts, 2004.
J. C. Varekamp, Mercury contamination in wetlands, in Meeting of the Atlantic Chaopter of the Soc. of Env. Toxicology and Health, Rhode Island, 2004.
J. C. Varekamp, Mercury issues from old industries, Chicago, IL, p. second page, 2002.
J. C. Varekamp and Thomas, E., The early history of Long Island Sound, in The last deglaciation, Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia Univ., NY, 2006.
T. E. Varekamp and Avener, J. C., Multiproxy records of eutrophication in Long Island Sound, in GSA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2006.
J. C. Varekamp and E, T., Marsh accretion and relative sea level rise since AD 1000, in Geological Society of America, 1995 annual meeting, New Orleans, LA, USA, 1995, vol. 27, p. 448.
J. C. Varekamp, Thomas, E., Lewis, R., and Altabet, M., The formation history of Long Island Sound, in Long Island Sound Research Conference, Groton, CT, 2006.
J. C. Varekamp, Mercury contamination in Long Island Sounds, USA, from the historic hat-making industry, in ISEG7 meeting, Beijing, China, 2006.
J. C. Varekamp, Mercury legacy from hatmaking in Danbury, CT, Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT, p. Frontpage, 2002.
J. C. Varekamp and Thomas, E., The early geological history of Long Island Sound, in AGU Fall meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2005.
J. C. Varekamp and Thomas, E., The environmental history of Long Island Sound with evidence for human impacts, in Living on the Edge Symposium, 2005, vol. Abstract, pp. 12-13.
J. C. Varekamp, The historical fur trade and climate change, EOS, vol. 87, no. 52, 2006.
J. C. Varekamp and Thomas, E., Long Island Sound - a human dominated estuary, in AGU spring meeting, 2006, Baltimore, MD, 2006.
J. C. Varekamp, Thomas, E., Lugolobi, F., and Brink, M. R. Buchhol, The paleo-environmental history of Long Island Sound as traced by organic carbon, biogenic silica and stable isotope/trace element studies in sediment cores, in 6th Biennual LIS Res. Conf. Proc., 2004, pp. 109-113.
J. C. Varekamp, Muckrakers discover history in Long Island Sound, New York Times, New York, NY, 2003.
J. C. Varekamp, Kreulen, B., Brink, M. R. B. ten, and Mecray, E. L., Mercury contamination chronologies from Connecticut wetlands and Long Island Sound sediments, Environmental Geology, vol. 43, no. 3, pp. 268-282, 2003.
J. C. Varekamp, Lugolobi, F., Thomas, E., Mecray, E., and Brink, M. R. Buchhol, The eutrophication of Long Island Sound, abstract, EOS Trans. AGU, vol. 85, no. 17, 2004.
J. C. Varekamp, Altabet, M. A., and Thomas, C. R., Mechanism of 15N enrichment in eutrophication-impacted estuaries, in ASLO Ocean Sciences meeting, Honolulu, HI, 2006.
J. C. Varekamp, Thomas, E., Brink, M. F. Buchhol, Altabet, M., and Cooper, S., The paleo environmental history of Long Island Sound, Abstract, in Long Island Sound Lobster Research meeting, Groton, CT, 2003.
J. C. Varekamp, Fate of mercury in Long Island Sound, Newsday Magazine, 2004.

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