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Onshore record of Hudson River drainage to the continental shelf from the late Miocene through the late Wisconsinan deglaciation, USA: synthesis and revision
S. Stanford
Geology
2010
Stanford, S. D. 2009: Onshore record of Hudson River drainage to the continental shelf from the late Miocene through the late Wisconsinan deglaciation, USA: synthesis and revision. Boreas,… Expand
22 Citations
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Surficial geologic map of central and southern New Jersey
W. Newell, D. Powars, J. Owens, S. Stanford, B. D. Stone
Geology
2000
The surficial geologic maps of central and southern New Jersey set forth the distribution of a variety of near-surface sedimentary deposits on the Coastal Plain and Piedmont. The textures, bedforms,… Expand
24 Citations
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Surficial Geologic Map of Northern New Jersey
B. D. Stone, S. Stanford, Ron W. Witte
Geology
2002
16 Citations
2
Late Cenozoic Fluvial Stratigraphy of the New Jersey Piedmont: A Record of Glacioeustasy, Planation, and Incision on a Low‐Relief Passive Margin
S. Stanford, G. Ashley, G. J. Brenner
GeologyThe Journal of Geology
1 March 2001
Late Cenozoic fluvial deposits and erosional landforms in the New Jersey Piedmont record two episodes of valley incision, one in the Late Miocene and one in the Early Pleistocene, separated by… Expand
23 Citations
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The role of sediment compaction and groundwater withdrawal in local sea-level rise, Sandy Hook, New Jersey, USA
Christopher S. Johnson, K. Miller, +5 authors B. Horton
Geology
1 February 2018
Abstract The rate of relative sea-level (RSL) rise at Sandy Hook, NJ (4.0 ± 0.5 mm/yr) was higher than The Battery, NY (3.0 ± 0.3 mm/yr) from 1900 to 2012 despite being separated by just 26 km. The… Expand
8 Citations
1
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Rates and patterns of late Cenozoic denudation in the northernmost Atlantic Coastal Plain and Piedmont
S. Stanford, G. Ashley, E. Russell, G. J. Brenner
Geology
1 November 2002
Topography of a 2800 km 2 section of the U.S. Atlantic Coastal Plain and Piedmont is reconstructed at five times from the late Miocene to the Holocene. The reconstructions are based on mapping of… Expand
21 Citations
1
Till fabric and deformational structures in drumlins near Waukesha, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
S. Stanford, D. Mickelson
Geology
1985
48 Citations
1
Exposure age and erosional history of an upland planation surface in the US Atlantic Piedmont.
S. Stanford, Michele A. Seidl, G. Ashley
Geology
1 August 2000
The upland planation surface in the Piedmont of central New Jersey consists of summit flats, as much as 130 km2 in area, that truncate bedding and structure in diabase, basalt, sandstone, mudstone… Expand
9 Citations
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Late Cenozoic surficial deposits and valley evolution of unglaciated northern New Jersey
S. Stanford
Geology
1 August 1993
Abstract Multiple alluvial, colluvial, and eolian deposits in unglaciated northern New Jersey, and the eroded bedrock surfaces on which they rest, provide evidence of both long-term valley evolution… Expand
26 Citations
1
PRE-WISCONSINAN GLACIATIONS OF NEW JERSEY
S. Stanford, Ron W. Witte
Geology
2017
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