JOURNAL PAPERS: ACADEMIC
Links are provided to the open access pre-print version of each paper, or I have stated where the paper is openly available from the publisher through the provided link.

BOOKS: EDITED

BOOKS: SECTIONS

  • Woodroffe, S.A. & Barlow, N.L.M. Reference water level and tidal datum. In: Shennan, I., Long, A.J. & Horton, B.P. Handbook of sea level research. Wiley; 2015.
  • White, T.S., Roe, H.M., Preece, R.C., Devoy, R.J.N. & Barlow, N.L.M. The Cudmore Grove Channel. In: Bridgland, D.R., Allen, P. & White, T.S. The Quaternary of the Lower Thames and Eastern Essex. Quaternary Research Association; 2014:112-122.
  • Shennan, I., Barlow, N.L.M. & Combellick, R. Palaeoseismological records of multiple great earthquakes in south-central Alaska: a 4000 year record at Girdwood. In: Freymueller, J.T. Haeussler, P.J. Wesson, R.L. & Ekstrom, G. Active tectonics and seismic potential of Alaska. Washington, DC: AGU Geophysical Monograph Series; 2008:185-199.

EDITED WORKS: CONTRIBUTIONS

REPORTS: OFFICIAL

  • Shennan, I., Barlow, N.L.M. & Garrett, E. Late Holocene paleoseismology of the Kenai Peninsula and Kachemak Bay region, Alaska and implications for plate segmentation. 2014.
  • Shennan, I, Barlow, N.L.M., Garrett, E. & Davies, F. Late Holocene earthquakes in Kodiak Island, Alaska and implications for plate segmentation. 2013.
  • Shennan, I, Long, A.J., Barlow, N.L.M. & Watcham, E.P. Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Deformation Associated with Multiple Late Holocene Earthquakes in Kodiak Island, Alaska. 2011.
  • Shennan, I., Long, A.J., Barlow, N.L.M. & Watcham, E.P. Spatial and temporal patterns of deformation associated with multiple late Holocene earthquakes in Alaska. 2010.
  • Shennan, I., Long, A.J. & Barlow, N.L.M. Recurrent Holocene paleoseismicity and associated land/sea-Level changes in south central Alaska. 2007.

THESES: PHD

  • Barlow, N.L.M. Glacial isostatic adjustment and relative sea level change over the last earthquake cycle in upper Cook Inlet, Alaska, USA. 2010.  http://etheses.dur.ac.uk/466/