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I. V. Buynevich, Klein, A. H. F., FitzGerald, D. M., Cleary, W. J., Hein, C., Veiga, F. A., Angulo, R. J., Asp, N. E., and Petermann, R., Geological legacy of storm erosion along a high-energy indented coastline: northern Santa Catarina, Brazil, Journal of Coastal Research, no. SI 64, pp. 1840-1844, 2011.
I. V. Buynevich, Bitinas, A., Filho, P. W. M. Souz, Pupienis, D., Asp, N. E., Goble, R. J., and Kerber, L. E., Rapid coastal dune migration into temperate and equatorial forests: optical chronology of imaged upper slipface strata, Journal of Coastal Research, no. SI 64, pp. 726-730, 2011.
I. V. Buynevich, Bitinas, A., Damušytė, A., and Pupienis, D., Unique Baltic Outcrops Reveal Millennia of Ecological Changes, EOS, TRANSACTIONS AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION, vol. 91, no. 11, p. 101, 2010.
I. V. Buynevich, Damušytė, A., Bitinas, A., Olenin, S., Mažeika, J., and Petrošius, R., Pontic-Baltic pathways for invasive aquatic species: geoarchaeological implications, in Geology and Geoarchaeology of the Black Sea Region: Beyond the Flood Hypothesis, Book, Section vol., I. V. Buynevich, Ed. Geological Society of America, 2011, pp. 189-196.
I. V. Buynevich, FitzGerald, D. M., and Goble, R. J., A 1,500-year record of North Atlantic storm activity based on optically dated relict beach scarps, Geology, vol. 35, no. 6, pp. 543-546, 2007.
I. V. Buynevich, Bitinas, A., and Pupienis, D., Lithological anomalies in a relict coastal dune: Geophysical and paleoenvironmental markers, Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 34, no. 9, pp. 1-5, 2007.
I. V. Buynevich, Paleoenvironmental significance of the eastern mud snail, Ilyanassa obsolete (Say, 1822), from a microtidal coastal sequence of southern New England, The Nautilus, vol. 121, pp. 37-39, 2007.
I. V. Buynevich, Yanko-Hombach, V. V., Gilbert, A. S., and Martin, R. E. and, Geology and Geoarchaeology of the Black Sea Region: Beyond the Flood Hypothesis, vol. 473. Geological Society of America, 2011, p. 196.
I. V. Buynevich, Filho, P. W. M. Souz, Bitinas, A., Asp, N. E., and Pupienis, D., Aeolian sand invasion in coastal regions: geomorphological and geophysical aspects, in Schukin Conference on Geomorphology, 2010, p. 281.