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Biedermann A.R, Bilardella D., Jackson M., Tauxe L, Feinberg JM.  2019.  Grain-size-dependent remanence anisotropy and its implications for paleodirections and paleointensities - Proposing a new approach to anisotropy corrections. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 512:111-123.
Cheadle M.J, Gee J.S.  2017.  Quantitative textural insights into the formation of gabbro in mafic intrusions. Elements. 13:409-414.
Davies C.E, Johnson A, Wootton E.C, Greenwood S.J, Clark K.F, Vogan C.L, Rowley A.F.  2015.  Effects of population density and body size on disease ecology of the European lobster in a temperate marine conservation zone. Ices Journal of Marine Science. 72:128-138.
Horst A.J, Varga R.J, Gee J.S, Karson J.A.  2014.  Diverse magma flow directions during construction of sheeted dike complexes at fast- to superfast-spreading centers. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 408:119-131.
Rodo X, Curcoll R., Robinson M., Ballester J., Burns J.C, Cayan DR, Lipkin W.I, Williams B.L, Couto-Rodriguez M., Nakamura Y. et al..  2014.  Tropospheric winds from northeastern China carry the etiologic agent of Kawasaki disease from its source to Japan. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111:7952-7957.
Werner F., Ditas F., Siebert H., Simmel M., Wehner B., Pilewskie P., Schmeissner T., Shaw R.A, Hartmann S., Wex H. et al..  2014.  Twomey effect observed from collocated microphysical and remote sensing measurements over shallow cumulus. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 119:1534-1545.
Bowles J.A, Jackson M.J, Berquo T.S, Solheid P.A, Gee J.S.  2013.  Inferred time- and temperature-dependent cation ordering in natural titanomagnetites. Nature Communications. 4
Gove JM, Williams GJ, McManus MA, Heron SF, Sandin SA, Vetter OJ, Foley DG.  2013.  Quantifying Climatological Ranges and Anomalies for Pacific Coral Reef Ecosystems. Plos One. 8
Furby KA, Bouwmeester J, Berumen ML.  2013.  Susceptibility of central Red Sea corals during a major bleaching event. Coral Reefs. 32:505-513.