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T. A. Bianchette, Liu, K. -biu, and McCloskey, T. A., A 4000-year paleoenvironmental reconstruction and extreme event record from Laguna Nuxco, Guerrero, Mexico, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, vol. 594, p. 110933, 2022.
T. A. Bianchette, McCloskey, T. A., and Liu, K. -biu, A 7000-year history of coastal environmental changes from Mexico’s Pacific coast: A multi-proxy record from Laguna Mitla, Guerrero, The Holocene, vol. 27, no. 8, pp. 1214 - 1226, 2017.
Q. Yao and Liu, K. -biu, Dynamics of marsh-mangrove ecotone since the mid-Holocene: A palynological study of mangrove encroachment and sea level rise in the Shark River Estuary, Florida, PLOS ONE, p. e0173670, 2017.
T. A. McCloskey, Smith, C. G., Liu, K. -biu, and Nelson, P. R., The Effects of Tropical Cyclone-Generated Deposition on the Sustainability of the Pearl River Marsh, Louisiana: The Importance of the Geologic FrameworkPresentation_1.PPTX, Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, vol. 6, 2018.
T. A. McCloskey, Smith, C. G., Liu, K. -biu, Marot, M., and Haller, C., How Could a Freshwater Swamp Produce a Chemical Signature Characteristic of a Saltmarsh?How Could a Freshwater Swamp Produce a Chemical Signature Characteristic of a Saltmarsh?, ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 9 - 20, 2018.
T. A. Bianchette, Pandey, V., Mollan, C., Hall, S., McCloskey, T. A., and Liu, K. -biu, Machine learning based anomaly detection for sedimentological data: Application to a Holocene multi-proxy paleoenvironmental reconstruction from Laguna Boquita, Jalisco, Mexico, Marine Geology, vol. 464, p. 107125, 2023.
Q. Yao, Liu, K. -biu, Platt, W. J., and Rivera-Monroy, V. H., Palynological reconstruction of environmental changes in coastal wetlands of the Florida Everglades since the mid-Holocene, Quaternary Research, vol. 83, no. 3, pp. 449-458, 2015.
T. Allen McCloskey and Liu, K. -biu, A sedimentary-based history of hurricane strikes on the southern Caribbean coast of Nicaragua, Quaternary Research, vol. 78, no. 3, pp. 454-464, 2012.