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Fei XingAlbert J. Kettner, Ashton, A., Giosan, L., Ibáñez, C., Kaplan, J. O. 2014: Fluvial response to climate variations and anthropogenic perturbations for the Ebro River, Spain in the last 4000 years. Science of The Total Environment, 473-474: 20-31. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2013.11.083

Giosan, L., Coolen, M. J. L., Kaplan, J. O., Constantinescu, S., Filip, F., Filipova-Marinova, M., Albert J. Kettner, Thom, N. 2012: Early anthropogenic transformation of the Danube-Black Sea system. Scientific Reports, 2: 582. DOI: 10.1038/srep00582

Xu, X. N., Gao, J., Jia, J., Albert J. KettnerFei Xing, Wang, Y., Qi, S., Liao, F. 2015: The quantitative estimation of sediment load changes entering Poyang Lake Basin induced by climate change and anthropogenic impacts. Geographical Research, 34(5): 838-850. DOI: 10.11821/dlyj201505004

Gao, J. H., Xu, X. N., Jia, J., Albert J. KettnerFei Xing, Wang, Y. P., Yang, Y., Qi, S., Liao, F., Li, J., Bai, F., Zou, X., Gao, S. 2015: A numerical investigation of freshwater and sediment discharge variations of Poyang Lake catchment, China over the last 1000 years. The Holocene, 25(9): 1470-1482. DOI: 10.1177/0959683615585843

Gao, J. H., Jia, J., Albert J. KettnerFei Xing, Wang, Y. P., Li, J., Bai, F., Zou, X., Gao, S. 2015: Reservoir-induced changes to fluvial fluxes and their downstream impacts on sedimentary processes: The Changjiang (Yangtze) River, China. Quaternary International, in press. DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2015.03.015

Vanmaercke, M., Albert J. Kettner, Van Den Eeckhaut, M., Poesen, J., Mamaliga, A., Verstraeten, G., Rãdoane, M., Obreja, F., Upton, P., James Syvitski, Govers, G. 2014: Moderate seismic activity affects contemporary sediment yields. Progress in Physical Geography, 38(2): 145-172. DOI: 10.1177/0309133313516160

Gao, J. H., Jia, J., Albert J. KettnerFei Xing, Wang, Y. P., Xu, X. N., Yang, Y., Zou, X. Q., Gao, S., Qi, S., Liao, F. 2014: Changes in water and sediment exchange between the Changjiang River and Poyang Lake under natural and anthropogenic conditions, China. Science of the Total Environment, 481: 542-553. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.02.087

Upton, P., Albert J. Kettner, Gomez, B., Orpin, A. R., Litchfield, N., Page, M. J. 2013: Simulating post-LGM riverine fluxes to the coastal zone: The Waipaoa River System, New Zealand. Computers & Geosciences, 53: 48-57. DOI: 10.1016/j.cageo.2012.02.001

Restrepo, J. D., Albert J. Kettner 2012: Human induced discharge diversion in a tropical delta and its environmental implications: The Patia River, Colombia. Journal of Hydrology, 424: 124-142. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2011.12.037

Chen, Y., Irina OvereemJames Syvitski, Gao, S., Albert J. Kettner 2011: Controls of levee breaches on the Lower Yellow River during the years 1550-1855. 7th IAHR Symposium on River, Coastal and Estuarine Morphodynamics: 617-633.

McCarney-Castle, K., Voulgaris, G., Albert J. Kettner, Giosan, L. 2011: Simulating fluvial fluxes in the Danube watershed: The 'Little Ice Age' versus modern day. The Holocene, 22(1): 91-105. DOI: 10.1177/0959683611409778

Albert J. Kettner, Restrepo, J. D., James Syvitski 2010: A spatial simulation experiment to replicate fluvial sediment fluxes within the Magdalena River Basin, Colombia. Journal of Geology, 118(4): 363 379, DOI: 10.1086/652659

McCarney-Castle, K., Voulgaris, G., Albert J. Kettner 2010: Analysis of fluvial suspended sediment load contribution through Anthropocene history to the South Atlantic Bight Coastal Zone, U.S.A. Journal of Geology, 118(4): 399 416, DOI: 10.1086/652658

Milliman, J. D., Ludwig, W., Albert J. Kettner, Xu, K. 2009: Recent trends in fluvial discharge to the Black Sea. In Briand, F. (ed.), CIESM 2010: Climate Forcing and its Impacts on the Black Sea Marine Biota. Monaco: CIESM Workshop Monographs 39.

James SyvitskiAlbert J. Kettner 2008: Scaling sediment flux across landscapes. In Schmidt, J., Cochrane, T., Phillips, C., Elliot, S., Davies, T., and Basher, L., (eds.), Sediment Dynamics in Changing Environments. Wallingford : IAHS Publication 325, 149 156.

Albert J. Kettner, Gomez, B., James Syvitski 2008: Will human catalysts or climate change have a greater impact on the sediment load of the Waipaoa River in the 21st century?. In Schmidt, J., Cochrane, T., Phillips, C., Elliot, S., Davies, T., and Basher, L., (eds.), Sediment Dynamics in Changing Environments. Wallingford : IAHS Publication 325, 425 431.

Albert J. KettnerJames Syvitski 2008: Predicting discharge and sediment flux of the Po River, Italy since the Last Glacial Maximum. In de Boer, P.L., Postma, G., van der Zwan, C. J., Burgess, P. M., and Kukla, P., editors, Analogue and numerical forward modelling of sedimentary systems; from understanding to prediction. International Association of Sedimentologists Special Publication 40, 171 190.

Gomez, B., Albert J. Kettner 2007: Impact of 21st Century Climate Change on the Suspended Sediment Discharge of the Waipaoa River at Matawhere. Report to Gisborn District Council.

Kubo, Y., James SyvitskiEric HuttonAlbert J. Kettner 2006: Inverse modeling of post Last Glacial Maximum transgressive sedimentation using 2D-SedFlux: Application to the northern Adriatic Sea. Marine Geology, 234: 233 243.

James SyvitskiAlbert J. Kettner, Correggiari, A., Nelson, B. W. 2005: Distributary channels and their impact on sediment dispersal. Marine Geology, 222-223: 75 94.

Pratson, L., Swenson, J., Albert J. Kettner, Fedele, J., Postma, G., Niedoroda, A., Friedrichs, C., James Syvitski, Paola, C., Steckler, M., Eric Hutton, Reed, C., van Dijk, M., Das, H. 2004: Modeling continental shelf formation in the Adriatic Sea and elsewhere. Oceanography, 17(4): 118-131.