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  1. Guzikowski, M., 1987. Evolution of pore fluid chemistry during the recrystallization of periplatform carbonates, Bahamas (Unpublished M.Sc. thesis), University of Miami, 215p.
  2. Cofer-Shabica, N.B., 1987. The late Pleistocene deep water history of the Venezuela basin in the Eastern Caribbean Sea, (Unpublished M.Sc. thesis, University of Miami) 121 p.
  3. Vahrenkamp, V.C., 1988. Constraints on the formation of platform dolomites: A geochemical study of late-Tertiary dolomite from Little Bahamas Bank, Bahamas, (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami). 434p.
  4. Chung, G.C., 1988. Application of nuclear track fission track mapping of uranium to the study of diagenesis in carbonate rocks, (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami) ,375p.
  5. Cortes, J., 1990. Coral reef decline to anthropogenic and natural disturbances in the Eastern Pacific, Costa Rica (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami.
  6. Prager, E. 1990. The growth and distribution of rhodoliths, (unpublished M.S. thesis, University of Miami).
  7. Meyers, J. 1989. The oxygen and hydrogen isotopic hydrology of the surficial aquifers of Southern Florida, (Unpublished M.Sc. thesis, University of Miami).
  8. Barnaby, R.J., 1989. Sedimentology and diagenesis of lower to middle Cambrian carbonate platform shady dolomite, Virginia [unpublished Ph.D. thesis], Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 191p.
  9. Montanez, I.P., 1989. Regional dolomitization of Early Ordovician Upper Know Group. Appalachians, (unpublished Ph.D. thesis), Virginia Poly., 322p.
  10. McClain, M. 1990. A geochemical study of early meteoric diagenesis at Ocean Bight, Great Exuma Island, Bahamas, (Unpublished M.Sc. thesis, University of Miami).
  11. Huang, H. 1990. Holocene environmental history in a marginal marine area of the Everglades, South Florida, (Unpublished M.Sc. thesis, University of Miami).
  12. Rossinsky, V. 1989. The effect of climate on calcrete formation (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami.
  13. Hammes, U. 1992. Sedimentation patterns, sequence stratigraphy, cyclicity, and diagenesis of early Oligocene carbonate ramp deposits Suwannee formation SW Florida, (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Colorado, 344p.
  14. Hui-Lin, 1992. Late Quaternary faunal and isotopic records from the anoxic Cariaco Basin, Venezuela, (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami. 262p.
  15. White, K. 1995. Proxy indicators of climate in coral skeletons used to identify correlations between climate variations in Gulf of Guinea and Subsaharan Drought, (Unpublished M.S. thesis), University of Miami.
  16. Healy, G., 1996. A decadal-scale perspective of South Florida water quality and climate using stable carbon and oxygen isotopes of two Florida Bay corals, (Unpublished M.S. thesis), University of Miami.
  17. Kramer, P. 1996. The hydrology and early diagenesis of Holocene Mud-Islands in Florida Bay, (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami.
  18. Grottoli, A.G. 1998.Interpretation of stable carbon isotopes in reef coral skeletons and application for paleoclimate reconstruction, (Unpublished PhD Dissertation) University of Houston, 225p.
  19. Lutz, M. 1997. A carbon isotopic study of the flux oforganic material in a sub-tropical carbonate estuary, Florida, (Unpublished M.Sc. Thesis), University of Miami.
  20. Greer, L. 2001. The Paleoclimatology of Holocene Coral Reefs in the Dominican Republic, (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami.
  21. Price, R. 2001. The hydrology of the Everglades, (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami.
  22. Ellis, G. 2005. Carbon isotopic composition of lacustrine organic material, (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami.
  23. Rosenheim, B. 2005 The paleoclimatology of sclerosponges, (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami.
  24. Moses, C. 2005  Atlantic Climate Dynamics in Atlantic Corals,(Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami.
  25. Katz, D. 2008. Sedimentology and geochemistry of dolomite in the Madison Formation Wyoming, (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami.
  26. Lamb. K., 2007. The N isotopic composition of coral reef ecosystems, (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami.
  27. Waite, A.  2011. Salinity variation in the Atlantic using Corals and Sclerosponges, (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami.
  28. Giebel, B . 2011. Stable Isotopic composition of volatile oxygenated organic compounds in the atmosphere,(Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami.
  29. Rosenberg, A. 2011. Geochemistry of Deep-Sea Corals, (Unpublished M.Sc. Thesis), University of Miami.
  30. Yula, Hernawait, 2012. Carbonate Diagenesis: Another Look (Unpublished M.Sc. Thesis), University of Miami.
  31. Okazaki, R. 2013. Influence of pCO2 upon coral calcification,(Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami.
  32. Oehlert, A. 2014. The Significance of Covariance between the Carbon Isotopic Composition of Marine Carbonates and Organic Matter, (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami.
  33. Arienzo, M. 2014. Paleoclimate records from Stalgmites in the Bahamas,(Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation), University of Miami.
  34. Quinn Devlin 2015)PhD Nutrient Dynamics in the Coral-Algal Symbiosis: Developing Insight from Biogeochemical Techniques
  35. Ben Galfond(2015 PhD Development and Application of Cavity Ringdown Spectroscopy for the Monitoring of δ13CO2 at Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage Sites
  36. Deniz Astoy, 2015 Clumping through the night,(Unpublished MS thesis), University of Miami.
  37. Murray, S., 2016 The application of clumped isotopes to dolomites
  38. Caitlin Augustin, Carbon Sequestration and all that jazz
  39. Sevag, Mehterian, Speleothems I have known and loved
  40. Philip Staudigel, Clumping Part Deux and Trois
  41. Sharm Giri, Corals amongest other things
  42. Sean Ahearn, Shark Bay and other short stories

Abstracts

  1. Cofer-Shabica, N.B. and Peterson, L.C., 1986. Carbon isotope evidence for an O2-rich glacial deep water in the eastern Caribbean Sea, GSA Abstr. with Prog., 18:567.
  2. Peterson, L.C., 1986. Carbon isotope evidence for the origin of the Brunhes Dissolution cycle, GSA Abstr. with Prog. 18:717.
  3. Peterson, L. C. and Cofer-Shabica, N. B., 1987. Brunhes chron records of sedimentation and abyssal paleocirculation in the Venezuela basin, eastern Caribbean Sea, GSA Abstr. with Prog., 19:804.
  4. Swart, P.K. Shinn, E.A., McKenzie, J. A., Kendall, C.G and Hajari, S.E., 1987. Spontaneous precipitation of dolomite in brines from Umm Said Sabkha Qatar, Geol. Soc. Amer. Abstracts Prog. 19:862.
  5. Vahrenkamp, V.C. and Swart, P.K., 1987. Stable isotopes as tracers of fluid/rock interactions during massive platform dolomitization, Little Bahama Bank, AAPG Ann. Meeting, Los Angeles.
  6. Swart, P.K. 1987. The oxygen isotopic composition of the Sea of Marmara, EOS
  7. Burns, S.J., Swart, P.K. and Baker, P.A., 1988. A 45 Ma surface-water carbon isotope record from the Southwest Indian Ocean, EOS.
  8. Swart, P.K., Burns, S.J. and Shipboard Party of Leg 115, 1988. Relationships between interstitial pore water chemistry and basement rocks: Leg 115 of the ocean drilling project, GSA Abstracts with Programs.
  9. McClain, M.E., Guzikowski, M.V. and Swart, P.K., 1988. Oxygen and hydrogen isotopic analyses from leg 101 of the ODP: Evidence for hyper-saline bottom waters, GSA Abstracts with Programs.
  10. Peterson, L.C., Swart, P.K. and Shipboard party of Leg 115, 1988. A 35 M.Y. record of the Indian ocean carbonate compensation depth: Initial results from ODP leg 115, GSA Abstracts with Programs
  11. Steinen, R.P., Swart, P.K. Shinn, E.A., Lidz, B., 1988. Bahamian lime mud: The algae didn't do it, GSA Abstracts with Programs
  12. Swart, P.K., Burns, S. and Leder, J. 1989. Fractionation of O isotopes during the reaction of calcite with phosphoric acid as a function of temperature and technique, Proc of the 3rd ICP, Cambridge.
  13. Aissaoui, D.M., Swart, P.K., Vahrenkamp, V.C., Buigues, D., Purser, B.H. and Ginsburg, R.N. 1988. A common origin for Atlantic and Pacific Tertiary dolomites?, Int. Geol. Con., Symp. of Geochem. Carbonate Diagenesis, Washington D.C.
  14. McClain M.E. and Swart, P.K., 1989. Early meteoric diagenesis of carbonate sands at Ocean Bight, Great Exuma Island, Bahamas, 12th. Carr. Geol. Conf, St Croix.
  15. Meyers, J.B., Swart, P.K., Burns, S.J., Shinn, E.A. Lidz, B., and Steinen, R.P. 1989. Great Bahama Bank Whitings: Chemical evidence for direct precipitation, 12th. Car. Geol. Conf., St. Croix.
  16. Meyers, J.B., Pike C.S., Swart, P.K., Gruber, S.H. 1989. Stable isotope variation in lemon shark (Negaprion brevirostris) vertebrae as a possible indicator of life history patterns, Abstr.with Program 69th Ann. Meeting of Amer. Soc. Ichthy. & Herpetologists, San Francisco, p. 120.
  17. Meyers, J. and Swart, P.K. 1989. Stable isotope hydrology and diagenesis of the surficial aquifer system of Dade County, Florida, GSA Abstract.21:A259.
  18. Burns, P.K. and Swart, P.K. 1989. Diagenetic processes in shallow water carbonate sediments: Florida Bay Mudbanks and Islands, GSA Abstract.21:A258.
  19. Malone, M.J., Baker, P.A., Burns, S.J. and Swart, P.K., 1989. Diagenesis of periplatfrom carbonate sediments, ODP Site 716: Maldives Archipelago, Indian Ocean, GSA Abstracts with Prog. 21:A77.
  20. Swart, P.K. and Stanley, G.D., 1989. Intraskeletal variations in the carbon and oxygen isotopic composition of a late Triassic coral Toechastrea major: Implications fro the development of symbiotic associations in scleractinian corals, GSA Abstract with Prog. 21:A111
  21. Swart, P.K., Leder, J.J., Hudson, Szmant, A. 1990. Climate variations in South Florida over the past 90 years as recorded in the stable isotopic composition of coral skeletons, GSA Abstract with Prog. 22:A172.
  22. Leder, J.J, Swart, P.K., Cofer-Shabica, N. Dodge, R.E., 1991. Climate variations in a 6000 year old coral from Lake Enriquillo using stable oxygen isotopes, GSA Abstracts with Prog. 22:A172.
  23. Swart, P.K. and Ginsburg, R.N. 1991 Fluid samples from two deep cores into the Great Bahama Bank: Evidence for dissolution, cementation and dolomitization., GSA Abstract
  24. Kramer, P.A., Leder, J., Swart, P.K. and Hudson, J.H. 1991. A 100 year climatic reconstruction of Florida Bay waters beased on C and O isotopic analysis of a coral skeleton, GSA Abstract.
  25. Swart, P.K., Fredrick, B., Kramer, P.A., Leder, J.J, Milne, P. and Precht, W.F., 1992. Records of riverine input and climate in the Caribbean and Western Atlantic using stable C & O isotopes and Fluorescent banding, Abstr. 7th Int. Coral Reef Symp. Guam, 100B.
  26. Leder, J.J., Swart, P.K., A.M. Szmant, A. Forrester and R.E. Dodge, 1992. The control of O and C isotopes in coral skeletons: Experimental Studies, Abstr. 7th Int. Coral Reef Symp. Guam, 100C.
  27. Overpeck, J.T., Peterson, L.C., Lin, H.-L., Stuiver, M., Brazinas, T., Trumbore, S., Rind, D., and D.W. Murray.1992. Evidence for a link between solar variability and low-latitude climate over century timscales: model and data results. ES, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 73, no. 14, Supplement: 155.
  28. Lin, H.-L., Peterson, L.C., Overpeck, J.T., Murray, D.W., Trumbore, S.E., and C. Schubert. 1992. High-resolution records of late Quaternary paleoenvironmental change from the anoxic Cariaco Basin (Venezuela). Fourth International Conference on Paleoceanography, Kiel, Germany, Sept.
  29. Miller, K. G., Mountain, G.S., Christie-Blick, N., Wright, J.D., Peterson, L.C., and P.K. Swart. 1992. Icehouse sea-level changes, depositional sequences, and the New Jersey margin. Fourth International Conference on Paleoceanography, Kiel, Germany, September 1992.
  30. Lin, H.-L., Peterson, L.C., Murray, D.W., and J.T. Overpeck. 1992. A 25,000 record of hydrography in the Cariaco Basin (Venezuela): stable isotope data from multiple species of planktonic foraminifera. Geol. Soc. America, Abstracts with Programs, 24(7): A223.
  31. Szmant, A.M., A. Forrester, Dodge, R.E., Swart, P.K. and Leder, J.J., 1992. The role of light and temperature in the formation of skeletal density bands in the reef coral Montastrea annularis, Abstr. 7th Int. Coral Reef Symp. Guam, 101A.
  32. Dodge, R.E., Garcia, R. Szmant, A.M., Swart, P.K., Leder, J.J., and Forrester, A., 1992. Skeletal structure basis of density banding in the reef coral Montastrea annularis, Abstr. 7th Int. Coral Reef Symp. Guam, 24D.
  33. Swart, P.K., Laydoo, R., Roberts K., Dodge, R., 1993. The control of the oxygen isotopic composition and fluorescence in corals from the island of Tobago: Possible influences of the Orinoco, Geol. Soc. Amer. Abstrs. with Prog., A-329.
  34. Lutz, M.J., Bateman, A. and Swart, P.K., Stable carbon isotope values of bulk organic matter from surface sediments of Florida Bay, Geol. Soc. Amer. Abstrs. with Prog., A-201.
  35. Juster, T.C., Vacher, H.L. and Alnegevin C., Kramer, P.A., and Swart, P.K.., Hydrologic drive for dolomitizing fluids at Cluett Key, Florida Bay, USA. Geol. Soc. Amer. Abstrs. with Prog., A-210.
  36. Melim, L.A., Swart, P. K., and Eberli, G.P., Marine burial diagenesis in Quaternary to Neogene-deep-water carbonates, Great Bahama Bank, Geol. Soc. Amer. Abstrs. with Prog., A-227.
  37. Kramer, P.A., Swart, P.K., Juster, T. and Vacher, H.L. Use of tritium to estimate residence times of hypersaline groundwater from a Holocene island in Florida Bay, USA. Geol. Soc. Amer. Abstrs. with Prog., A-91.
  38. Swart, P.K., White K., and Dodge, R.E. Climate records from the western Atlantic: Possible indicators of upwelling, Sahel drought and hurricane frequency. Abstr. EOS AGU Fall Meeting, 363.
  39. Melim, L.A., Eberli, G.P., and Swart P.K., A tale of three platforms: The role of sea level fluctuations in early diagenesis, subsurface examples from the Neogene of the Bahamas. SEPM Research Conference, Vail, CO.
  40. Lin, H.-L., Peterson, L.C., Murray, D.W., and J.T. Overpeck . 1993 Isotopic indicators of late Quaternary hydrography and productivity: foraminiferal 18O and 13C records from the Cariaco Basin (Venezuela). ES, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 74, no. 16, Supplement: 184.
  41. Peterson, L.C., Hin, H.-L., Lynn, M.J., Murray, D.W., and J.T. Overpeck. 1993. Biotic and isotopic indicators of productivity: late Quaternary records from the anoxic Cariaco Basin (Venezuela). SEPM Annual Mid-Year Meeting, State College, PA, Abstracts Volume X.
  42. Peterson, L.C., Lin, H.-L., Overpeck, J.T., Murray, D.W., Dean, W.E., and S.E. Trumbore. 1993. High-resolution records of late Quaternary climate change from laminated sediments of the anoxic Cariaco Basin (Venezuela). Conference on Paleoclimatology and Paleoceanography from Laminated Sediments, Geological Society of London, London, UK.
  43. Overpeck, J.T., Peterson, L.C., Lin, H.-L., Murray, D.W., and S. E. Trumbore. 1993. Century- to millennial-scale climate variability of the tropical Atlantic: a Cariaco Basin update. ES, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v.74, no.43, Supplement: 362.
  44. Lin, H.-L., Peterson, L.C., and K.-C. Ku. 1993. Paleoclimatic implications of size variation in Orbulina universa: preliminary results from the Cariaco Basin and South China Sea. ES, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v.74, no.43, Supplement: 362.
  45. McNeill, D., Eberli, G.P. and Swart, P.K. Chronostratigraphy in carbonate platform margins, Abstr. EOS Spring Meeting, 205.
  46. Leder, J.J, Szmant, A., and Swart, P.K. High-resolution 18O records from the Caribbean coral Montastrea annularis: Field calibration study, ASLO Meeting Miami.
  47. Swart, P.K., Leder, JJ and Szmant, A. Calibration of the oxygen isotope thermometer in Montastrea annularis using laboratory experiments, ASLO Meeting Miami.
  48. Swart, P.K. Porter, J.W., Szmant, A. Stable isotope fractionation during measurements of photosynthesis and respiration of reef corals, ASLO Meeting Miami.
  49. Szmant, A.M., Porter, JW and Swart, P.K. Seasonal patterns of light-driven calcification and of the calcification:photosynthesis relationship in the coral Montastrea annularis in the Florida Keys, ASLO Meeting Miami.
  50. Porter, JW, Szmant, AM, Swart, PK Tougas, JI. Seasonal patterns of primary productivity in the massive reef-building coral Montastrea annularis in the Florida Keys, ASLO Meeting Miami.
  51. Ginsburg, RN, Eberli, GP, McNeill, DF,Swart, P.K. Kenter, JAM, Anselmetti, F., Melim, L. Kievman, C., Warzeski, R Calibration of seismic stratigraphy, burial diagenesis and platform anatomy of Great Bahama Bank: Results of drilling from an alternate platform. VII Int. Symp. Obs. Cont. Crust Drilling, Santa Fe.
  52. Melim, L.A., Swart P.K., and Eberli, G.P., 1994. Fluid Flow in the Bahamian Platform: Evidence from Two Cores on the Western Margin of Great Bahama Bank in Gregg, J.M., Montanez, I.P., and Shelton, K.L. (eds), Basin-wide Diagenetic patterns: Integrated Petrologic, Geochemical, and Hydrologic Considerations, Program for SEPM Research Conference, Lake Ozark, MO, pp. 50-51.
  53. Eberli, G.P., Melim, L.A., Swart, P.K., and Kenter, J.A.M. 1994. Distribution of sedimentary and diagenetic facies in prograding seismic sequences (Great Bahama Bank, Bahamas): Implications for petrophysical properties and fluid flow. AAPG Hedberg in Paris.
  54. Melim, L.A., Eberli, G.P., and Swart P.K., The correlation between sequence stratigraphy and diagenesis in Quaternary to Neogene carbonates, subsurface Great Bahama Bank, 1994 AAPG Program with Abstracts.
  55. Lutz, M.J., Swart, P.K. Milne, P.J. 1994. Estuarine particulate organic matter carbon isotope geochemistry of Florida Bay, Geol. Sco. Abstr. Prog.
  56. Swart, P.K., McNeill, D., Grammer, M., Jull, T., Beck, W. 1994.Intra-annual, inter-annual and decadal climate variations as recorded in the skeletons of sclerosponges from the Bahamas, Geol. Soc. Abstr. Prog.
  57. Healy, G., Swart, P.K. Hudson H., Robleee, M., 1994. A 160 year record of salinity and water quality in Florida Bay, Geol. Sco. Abstr. Prog.
  58. Peterson, L.C., Lin, H.-L., Overpeck, J.T., Murray, D.W., Trumbore, S.E., and C. Schubert. 1992. The late Quaternary record of anoxia in the Cariaco Basin (Venezuela). ES, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 72, no. 51, Supplement (Ocean Science Meeting Abstracts): 53.
  59. Peterson, L.C., Lin, H.-L., Overpeck, J.T., and D.W. Murray. 1994. Synchronous climate change in the North Atlantic and Circum-Caribbean Region: the conveyer belt connection. ES, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 75, no. 15, Supplement: 56.
  60. Swart, P.K. and Melim, L.A., Stable C & O isotopic evidence of sea-floor dolomitization in deep cores from the Bahamas Drilling Project, GSA Abstract with Programs, A-276.
  61. Melim, L.A., and Swart, P.K. The predominance of "highstand" vs. Lowstand meteoric diagenesis in the Pleistocene of the Bahamas and Florida, GSA Abstract with Programs, A-274.
  62. Healy, G.F., Swart, P.K., Hudson, H.D. and Smith, D. High-resolution coral sampling techniques reveal fine scale salinity events in Florida Bay:1980-1993,GSA Abstract with Programs, A-158.
  63. Lutz, M.J. and Swart, P.K. The carbon isotopic variation of dissolved inorganic carbon in Florida Bay: Implications for the interpretation of seasonal isotopic signals, GSA Abstract with Programs, A-250.
  64. Greer, L, Swart, P.K. Healy, G., Leder, J. & Rudnick. D. Short-liver corals as monitors of spatial and temporal water quality changes throughout Florida Bay, GSA Abstract with Programs, A-266.
  65. Kramer, P., Swart, P.K. Juster, T, Vacher, L., The hydrology and geochemistry of Holocene carbonate mud-islands in Florida Bay: Implications for early diagenesis, GSA Abstract with Programs, A-346.
  66. Swart, P.K. Eberli, G.P. Melim, L.A. and Bahr, J.M. Implications of fluid flow for the stabilization of carboate platforms, 1st SEPM Congress on Sed, Geol., 119-120.
  67. Bahr, J.M., Eberli, G.P. and Swart, P.K. Simulation of coupled heat and fluid flow in a carbonate bank, 1st SEPM Congress on Sed, Geol., 27.
  68. Melim and Swart, P.K. The importance of marine pore fluids during shallow burial diagenesis: evidence from the Bahamas drilling project, 1st SEPM Congress on Sed, Geol., 90-91.
  69. Swart, P.K. and Melim, L.A., 1995. Stable C & O isotopic evidence of sea-floor dolomitization in deep cores from the Bahamas Drilling Project, GSA Abstract with Programs, A-276.
  70. Melim, L.A., and Swart, P.K. 1995. The predominance of "highstand" vs. Lowstand meteoric diagenesis in the Pleistocene of the Bahamas and Florida, GSA Abstract with Programs, A-274.
  71. Healy, G.F., Swart, P.K., Hudson, H.D. and Smith, D. 1995. High-resolution coral sampling techniques reveal fine scale salinity events in Florida Bay:1980-1993,GSA Abstract with Programs, A-158.
  72. Lutz, M.J. and Swart, P.K. 1995. The carbon isotopic variation of dissolved inorganic carbon in Florida Bay: Implications for the interpretation of seasonal isotopic signals, GSA Abstract with Programs, A-250.
  73. Greer, L, Swart, P.K. Healy, G., Leder, J. & Rudnick. D. 1995. Short-lived corals as monitors of spatial and temporal water quality changes throughout Florida Bay, GSA Abstract with Programs, A-266.
  74. Kramer, P., Swart, P.K. Juster, T, Vacher, L., The hydrology and geochemistry of Holocene carbonate mud-islands in Florida Bay: Implications for early diagenesis, GSA Abstract with Programs, A-346.
  75. Swart, P.K. Eberli, G.P. Melim, L.A. and Bahr, J.M. Implications of fluid flow for the stabilization of carbonate platforms, 1st SEPM Congress on Sed, Geol., 119-120.
  76. Bahr, J.M., Eberli, G.P. and Swart, P.K. Simulation of coupled heat and fluid flow in a carbonate bank, 1st SEPM Congress on Sed, Geol., 27.
  77. Dodge, R.E., Szmant, A.M., Weil, E., Swart, P.K., Helmle, K. and Porter, J.W. 1996. Seasonal extension, density , mass, and calcification of Montastraea faveolata, 8th Int. Coral Reef Symp Panama, p. 52.
  78. Szmant, A.M., Porter, J.W., Tougas, J., Swart, P.K. Dodge, Jones, R.E. 1996. Seasonal patterns of calcification to photosynthesis relationship in the coral Montastraea faveolata, 8thInt. Coral Reef Symp Panama, p. 192.
  79. Swart, P.K. Szmant, A.M., Leder, J. and Dodge, R.E. 1996. The controls of oxygen and carbon isotopic composition in Montastraea annularis, 8th Int. Coral Reef Symp Panama, p. 191.
  80. Swart, P.K. Dodge, R.E., Anderegg, D., Healy, G. Halas, J., Vogel, A. and Miller, S. 1996. Growth and chemical chronologies from seven stations along Florida Keys reef tract: Biscayne National Park to Dry Totugas, 8th Int. Coral Reef Symp Panama, p. 191.
  81. Healy, G.F, Swart, P.K. Greer, L., Dodge, R.E. Rudnick, D., and D. Smith, 1996. Examining high resolution coral sampling techniques to reveal fine scale salinity events in Florida Bay, 8th Int. Coral Reef Symp. Panama, p. 86.
  82. Greer, L. Swart, P.K. Healy, G., Dodge, R.E., and Rudnick D. 1996. Small corals as proxy indicators of environmental variables, 8th Int. Coral Reef Symp Panama, p. 77.
  83. Anderegg, D., Dodge, R.E., Swart, P.K. and Fisher, L. 1996. Barium chronologies from two south-east Florida reef coral species: an index of nutrient enhancement, 8th Int. Coral Reef Symp Panama, p. 7.
  84. Swart, P.K. Eberli, G.P. Malone, M. and Leg 166 Shipboard Party, 1996. Fluid flow in the margin of Great Bahama Bank: Evidence from interstitial water chemistry of pore waters collected during Leg 166, Geol. Soc. Amer. Abstr. with Program, 28:A-43.
  85. Eberli, G.P., Swart, P.K.,Malone, M. and Leg 166 Shipboard Party, 1996. The record of Neogene sea-level changes on the slopes pf western Great Bahama Bank: Results from ODP Leg 166, Geol. Soc. Amer. Abstr. with Program, 28:A-43.
  86. Melim, L.A. and Swart, P.K. 1996. Paleo-mixing-zone diagenesis in three cores from the Bahamas and Florida: Implications for mixing-zone diagenesis, Geol. Soc. Amer. Abstr. with Program, 28:A-338.
  87. Greer, L. and Swart, P.K. 1996. A comparison of modern and Holocene coral growth rates from the Dominican Republic, Geol. Soc. Amer. Abstr. with Program, 28:A-361.
  88. MacKenzie, G., Veauvy, C.M., and Swart, P.K. 1997. Climatic variation in the early to middle Eocene using the stable oxygen isotopic composition of coral skeletons, Geol. Soc. Abs. Bull. 29:-A395.
  89. Greer, L., Swart, P.K. and Rubenstone, J. 1997. A 210-year seasonal climate record from a Holocene coral (~5882-6092 years B.P.), Dominican Republic, Geol. Soc. Abs. Bull. 29:-A396.
  90. Price, R. and Swart, P.K. 1997. Using stable oxygen isotopes to define hydrologic conditions within Everglades National Park, USA, Geol. Soc. Abs. Bull. 29:A384.
  91. Peterson, L.C., and the Leg 165 Shipboard and Shorebased Scientific Parties. Late Quaternary climate change in the southern Caribbean: High-resolution records from ODP Site 1002, Cariaco Basin. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 78, no. 46, Supplement: F338.
  92. Lyons, T.W., Clementz, M.T., Murray, R.W., Pearson, D.G., Peterson, L.C., Hollander, D.J., and J.P. Werne. Biogeochemical pathways in Holocene and latest Pleistocene sediments of the anoxic Cariaco Basin: Linkages to paleoceanographic variability. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 78, no. 46, Supplement: F342.
  93. King, J.W., Gibson, C., and L.C. Peterson. Paleomagnetic and environmental magnetic record of ODP Site 1002, Cariaco Basin, Venezuela. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 78, no. 46, Supplement: F342.
  94. Yu, J., Peterson, L.C., and G.W. Brass. Paleoclimate implications of clay mineral data in Cariaco Basin sediments: Holocene-glacial comparisons. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 78, no. 46, Supplement: F342.
  95. Swart, P.K., Grammer, M. McNeill, D. 1998 Sclerosponges: a new proxy indicator of paleotemperature and salinity, 1st IGBP Pages Meeting, London, 122.
  96. Alvarez-Zarikian, C.A., Hood, T., Blackwelder, P., Nelsen, T.A., Swart, P.K., Wanless, H.R., Trefry, H.H., and Kang, W-J., 19998. Paleoecological significance of temporal fluctuations in assemblages and isotopic composition of Ostracoda and Foraminifera from Florida Bay, EOS Transactions AGU, 80: S178.
  97. Peterson, L.C., Haug, G.H., Murray, R.W., King, J.W., and K.A. Hughen. Rapid climate change in tropical Atlantic: Evidence from sediments of the anoxic Cariaco Basin (ODP Site 1002). EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 79, no. 45, Supplement: F25.
  98. Yarincik, K.M., Murray, R.W., and L.C. Peterson. Terrigenous provenance variations and paleoproductivity of the Cariaco Basin during the past 600,000 years: Multi-element chemistry from ODP Site 1002. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 79, no. 45, Supplement: F31.
  99. Black, D.E., Tedesco, K.A., Thunell, R.C., Tappa, E.J., and L.C. Peterson. Ultra-high resolution stable isotope records from multiple species of planktonic foraminifera from the anoxic Cariaco Basin, Venezuela. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 79, no. 45, Supplement: F494
  100. Blackwelder, P., Hood, T., Alvarez-Zarikian, C., Swart, P.K. Featherstone, C. and Nelsen, T., Histroical Salinity effects on microfauna in the lower Everglades and Florida Bay, 1999 Florida Bay and adjacent marine systems science conference, 181.
  101. Nelsen, T., Garte, G., Featherstone, C., Hood, T. Alvarez-Zarikian, C., Swart, P.K., Wanless, H., Tedesco, L., Souch, C., Pachut, J., and Arthur, J., Understanding Long-term rainfall, freshwater flow and salinity patterns with concomitant responses of benthic microfauna, stable isotopes, and pollen in oyster and Florida Bay, 1999 Florida Bay and adjacent marine systems science conference, 189.
  102. Alvares-Zarikian, C., Swart, P.K. Blackwelder, P., Hood, T., Nelsen, T. and Featherstone, C., 1999 A century of hydrological variability in the lower Everglades National Park as interpreted from stable isotopes on Ostracods and foraminifers, Florida Bay and adjacent marine systems science conference, 198.
  103. Swart, P.K., Wortmann, U., Mitterer, R., Malone, M., Feary, D., Hine, A., Martin, J. and Shipboard Party 182, 1999. The origin of saline brines with unusual Na/Cl ratios in the continental margins of Southern Australia, EOS Transactions.
  104. Swart, P.K. and Price, R. The origins of variations in the stable oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon isotopes of waters in the coastal waters of South Florida, 1999 Florida Bay and adjacent marine systems science conference, 216.
  105. Swart, P.K., Dodge, R.E., and Greer, L. 1999. A study of Atlantic Climate Using Geochemical proxies in scleractinaian coral skeletons, Paleoceanology of reefs and carbonate platforms: Miocene to Modern, 203.
  106. Schilling, J-G., Kingsley, R., Dixon, J., Swart, P.K., Poreda, R., 1999. Evidence for D/H isotope mantle source heterogeneities beneath the west Easter seamount chain (ESC)- Easter microplate (EMP) region, EOS Transactions, 80:S368.
  107. Swart, P.K., Wortmann, U., Mitterer, R., Malone, M., Feary, D., Hine, A., Martin, J. and Shipboard Party 182, 1999. Saline fluids beneath the South Australian continental margin: Origin and implications for diagenesis, EOS Transactions, 80: S190.
  108. Swart, P.K., Dodge, R.E., Anderegg, D. 1999. Use of skeletal growth rate s for the monitoring of the Anthropogenic impact on reefs in the Florida Keys, Intern. Conf. Scien. Aspects Coral Reef Assess, Monitoring and Restoration Ft. Lauderdale, April 14-16, 1999, NCRI.
  109. Greer, L., Swart, P.K. and Rubenstone, J.L., 1999, Caribbean corals reveal abrupt climate change in the Holocene. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 31 , no. 7, p. A359.
  110. Swart, P.K., White, K., Dodge, R.E. and Greer, L., 1999, A study of Atlantic climate using geochemical proxies in Scleractinian coral skeletons from Africa and the Caribbean. Paleoceaonology of reefs and carbonate platforms: Miocene to Modern, Abstract Book, Publication ASF (Eds. Camoin and Dullo), p.203-205.
  111. Greer, L., Swart, P.K. and Rubenstone, J.L., 1998, What can corals from the Dominican Republic tell us about oceanographic and climatic conditions in the Holocene Caribbean Sea? Abstracts and Program, The 9th Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas and Other Carbonate Regions, Bahamian Field Station, San Salvador, Bahamas, p. 13-14.
  112. Peterson, L.C., O’Hara, C.A., Hughen, K.A., Haug, G.H., Murray, R.W., and K.M. Yarincik. 1999, Abrupt climate change in the tropical Caribbean as recorded in sediments of the anoxic Cariaco Basin. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 80, no. 46, Supplement: F533.
  113. Swart, P.K. 2000. Carbon isotopic records in coral skeletons: What do they mean? Goldschmidt Conference, Oxford.
  114. Swart,P.K. Ri. E. Dodge , and D. Enfield, 2000. Inter-Annual to Century-Scale Climate Records from the Atlantic: Coral Based Reconstructions, Int. Cor. Reef Conf. Bali.
  115. Dodge, R.E., Swart, P.K., White, K., Gilliam, D. And Moses, C. 2000. Corals from the Cape Verde Islands and the Gulf of Guinea: Potential for the Reconstruction of Proxy Reconds of Climate, Int. Cor. Reef Conf. Bali
  116. Swart, P.K., Dodge, R.E., and Hudson, H.D. 2000. Evidence for Systematic Declines in Growth Rates of Corals from the Florida Reef Tract, JAMSTEC Int. Coral Reef Symp.
  117. Price, R. and Swart, P.K. 2000. A geochemical investigation of groundwater flow in the Everglades National Park, Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration (GEER) Science Conference, Naples Florida.
  118. Alvarez-Zarikian, C.A., Hood, T., Blackwelder, P., Nelsen, T.A., Swart, P.K., Wanless, H.R., Trefry, H.H., and Kang, W-J., 1999. Paleoecological significance of temporal fluctuations in assemblages and isotopic composition of Ostracoda and Foraminifera from Florida Bay, EOS Transactions AGU, 80: S178.
  119. Blackwelder, P., Hood, T., Alvarez-Zarikian, C., Swart, P.K. Featherstone, C. and Nelsen, T., 1999. Historical Salinity effects on microfauna in the lower Everglades and Florida Bay, 1999 Florida Bay and adjacent marine systems science conference, 181.
  120. Nelsen, T., Garte, G., Featherstone, C., Hood, T. Alvarez-Zarikian, C., Swart, P.K., Wanless, H., Tedesco, L., Souch, C., Pachut, J., and Arthur, J., 1999. Understanding Long-term rainfall, freshwater flow and salinity patterns with concomitant responses of benthic microfauna, stable isotopes, and pollen in oyster and Florida Bay, 1999 Florida Bay and adjacent marine systems science conference, 189.
  121. Swart, P.K., Wortmann, U., Mitterer, R., Malone, M., Feary, D., Hine, A., Martin, J. and Shipboard Party 182, The origin of saline brines with unusual Na/Cl ratios in the continental margins of Southern Australia, EOS Transactions,
  122. Swart, P.K. and Price, R. The origins of variations in the stable oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon isotopes of waters in the coastal waters of South Florida, 1999 Florida Bay and adjacent marine systems science conference, 216.
  123. Alvarez-Zarikian, C., Swart, P.K.  Blackwelder, P., Hood, T., Nelsen, T. and Featherstone, C., 1999. A century of hydrological variability in the lower Everglades National Park as interpreted from stable isotopes on Ostracods and foraminifers, Florida Bay and adjacent marine systems science conference, 198.
  124. Swart, P.K. 2000. Carbon isotopic records in coral skeletons: What do they mean? Goldschmidt Conference, Oxford.
  125. Greer, L. and Swart, P.K., 2000. Mid-Holocene Caribbean Climate: Seasonal to Centennial trends revealed from  EOS Trans 81.
  126. Price, R., Top, Z., and Swart, P.K., 2000. Using Helium-4 to estimate submarine groundwater discharge,  EOS Trans 81.
  127. Feary, D.A., James, N.P., Swart, P.K., Isern, A.R., Hine, A.C., and Malone, M.J.,   2000. Cool-water carbonate mounds and saline fluid flow on the southern Australian margin - is there a causal relationship?  EOS Trans 81.
  128. Ellis, C., Scholz, C., Stager, J.C., Coleman, S.C., and Swart, P.K., 2000. Organic Geochemistry of Sediments from Kavala Island Ridge: A 90 kyr Record of Productivity and Preservation of Lacustrine Organic Matter, EOS Trans 81.
  129. Paul, H A, Bernasconi, S M, Swart, P.K. Peterson, L C, McKenzie, J A,2001.  Sea Surface Temperature Change in the Tropical Atlantic at the Last Glacial Maximum: Constraints from Cariaco Basin Pore Waters, AGU.
  130. Hemming, N G and Swart, P K, 2001. Boron Isotope Compositions of Sediment Interstitial Brines, ODP Leg 182, Great Australian Bight, AGU.
  131. Rosenheim, B E, Swart, P K, Thorrold, S., Rubenstone, J., 2001.  Annual Variation in the Chemical Composition of Sclerosponges, AGU
  132. Rosenheim, B E, Swart, P K, Thorrold, S.,2001.  Calibration of Sr/Ca With Temperature in Sclerosponges, AGU
  133. Moses, Christopher S., Swart, Peter K., Dodge, Richard E., Helmle, Kevin P., Gilliam, David, and Enfield, David B., 2001. Stable Isotopes of Cape Verde Scleractinia Show Links to Tropical North Atlantic Climate Indices, GSA Prog. With Abstracts.
  134. Greer, Lisa, Swart, Peter K.,2001.  Changing Patterns in Holocene Precipitation as Recorded by Dominican Coral Proxies. GSA Progs. With Abstract.
  135. Alvarez Zarikian, Carlos A., Swart, Peter K., Gifford, John A., and Blackwelder, Pat , 2001. A 12,000-year Record of Subtropical Climate Change from Little Salt Spring, Florida, GSA Prog. With Abstracts.
  136. Ellis, G.S., Scholz, C.A., Katz, B.J., Swart, P.K.2002.  Depositional controls on lacustrine petroleum source-rock potential: Case studies from several African lakes, AAPG
  137. Oleinik, A. E., and Marincovich, L., 2002, Timing, nature, and extent of the Early Middle Miocene warming in the high-latitude North Pacific.  The Geological Society of America Cordilleran Section annual Meeting, Corvallis, OR, Invertebrate Paleontology Symposium - In Honor of Ellen J. Moore, GSA Abstracts with Programs Vol. 34, No. 5.
  138. Peterson, L.C., O’Hara, C., Haug, G.H., and H.-L. Lin. Deglacial events in the Cariaco Basin during Terminations I and II. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 83 (47), Supplement, F920.
  139. Swart, P.K.2002.  Recrystallization and carbon isotopic composition of pore waters associated with the diagenesis of periplatform sediments, AAPG.
  140. Oleinik, A. E., Marincovich, L., and Barinov, K., 2003.  Middle Miocene warming at high latitudes: biogeographic consequences and isotopic signatures.  Geological Society of America annual meeting, Seattle,Washington, Abstracts with Programs, v. 35, no. 6,  p. 159.
  141. Strauss, J., and  Oleinik, A. E., 2003.  Growth rates and temperatures of Florida Recent and Pleistocene mollusks using d18O profiles.  Geological Society of America annual meeting, Seattle,Washington, Abstracts with Programs, v. 35, no. 6,  p. 164.
  142. Moses, C.S., and Swart, P.K. Considerations for Calibration of d18O  in Slow Growing Zooxanthellate Corals, EOS Trans AGU 84(52), OS42B-02
  143. Rosenheim, B.E., Swart, P.K. Thorrold, S.R., Latkoczy, C., Eisenhauer, A., Significant changes in temperature and salinity of the Caribbean Sea indicated by Sr/Ca ratios and d18O in the aragonite skeletons of sclerosponges, EOS Trans. AGU 84(52), OS51I-03.
  144. Swart, P.K., Dodge, R.E., Quinn, T., Moses, C., Rosenheim. B.,, Helmle, K., MacKenzie, G., Clement, A., A Long Term History of Salinity Changes in the Caribbean Using Stable Isotopes in Coral Skeletons, Eos Trnas, AGU 84(52), OS41A-04.
  145. Swart, P.K. Reijmer, J.G., Rooth, S., Reuning, L., and Bergman, K.,  A New Look at the Distribution and Geochemistry of Surface Sediments from the Bahamas , AAPG Conf. Dallas.
  146. Katz, D.A., Eberlim G.P., Smoth, J., Kislak, J., and Swart, P.K., Hydrothermal Brecciation Associated with Calcite Precipitation and Permeability Destruction in Mississippian Carbonate Reservoirs, Montana and Wyoming , AAPG Dallas.
  147. Cantrell, D.L. and Swart, P.K.,  Enhanced Porosity Development in the Arab-D as a Result of Alteration by Hydrothermal Fluids , AAPG Conference Dallas.
  148. Swart, P.K.  and Healy, G.F., Project INSTAR-Integrating authentic marine science research into the K-12 classroom, AGU Fall Meeting ED52A-06.
  149. Oleinik, A. E., and Strauss, J., 2004.  Interpretation of seasonality from marine gastropod shells: latitudinal changes in isotopic signatures.   Geological Society of America annual meeting, Denver Colorado, Geological Society of America Abstract and Programs as Paper No. 106-27.
  150. Helmle, K.P., P.K. Swart, and R.E. Dodge (2004) Temporal/Spatial Relationships between Skeletal Density, Carbon, and Oxygen Records in the Reef-building Coral Montastraea faveolata Abstract, 10th Int Coral Reef Symp. Okinawa, Japan June 28-July 2, p88.
  151. Helmle, K.P., K.E. Kohler, R.E. Dodge, P.K. Swart, C.M. Eakin (2004) Coral X-radiograph Densitometry System (CoralXDS): Measuring Coral Growth and Analyzing Relationships with Skeletal Chemistry Poster Abstract, 10th Int Coral Reef Symp. Okinawa, Japan June 28-July 2, p268.
  152. Kramer, M.G., Sollins, P., Sletten, R.S., and Swart, P.K., N isotope fractionation and measures of organic matter alteration during decomposition, AGU Fall Meeting, B31D-0335.
  153. Swart, P.K., Saeid, A., Schroeder, C., Williams, L.,Temporal and Spatial Variations in the Oxygen Isotopic Compositions of Surface Waters from the Northern Caribbean,OS31C.
  154. Swart, P.K.  Controls on the Carbon Isotope Geochemistry of  Modern Marginal Carbonate Sediments: Consequences for the Application of Carbon Isotope Stratigraphy in Ancient Sediments. IAS Meeting Japan.
  155. Mackenzie, G.J., Swart, P.K., Saeid, A. Two Years of Stable Oxygen Isotopic Data from Surface Waters of the Northern Caribbean using the Explorer of Seas,  EOS Transactions 87, Ocean Sciences Meeting, OS36E-09.
  156. Swart, P.K. Moses, C. and Rosenheim B. Sclerosponges and corals indicate changing salinity in the Atlantic, EOS Transactions 87, Ocean Sciences Meeting, OS23I-03.
  157. Lamb K. and Swart, P.K. Nitrogen Isotopic Values From Florida Keys Reef Tract Show Minimal Sewage Influence, EOS Transactions 87, Ocean Sciences Meeting, OS46N-07.
  158. Peterson, L.C., Haug, G.H., Lea, D.W., and K.A. Hughen. Tropical climate change on millennial to Milankovitch time-scales as recorded by Cariaco Basin Sediments, 8th  International Conference on Paleoceanography, Biarritz, France, Program and Abstracts, 192.
  159. A. Oleinik, L. Marincovich, K. Barinov, and T. Oreshkina., 2005. Magnitude of the Middle Miocene warming in the North Pacific high latitudes: evidence from mollusks stable isotope profiles. PaleoBios 25(2): 91-92.
  160. McFadden, M.A., Peterson, L.C., Bentley, S.J., Dickens, G.R., Droxler, A.W., and B.N. Opdyke. Initial chronostratigraphic and paleoclimatic framework for sediment cores from the mixed siliciclastic-carbonate system of the Gulf of Papua New Guinea, EOS Trans. American Geophysical Union, 85(47), Fall Meeting Suppl., Abstract OS51B-1302.
  161. Helmle, K., Dodge, R.E., Eakin, M., Swart, P.K., Quinn, T.M., Smith, J.M. Reef Building Corals as Components of Integrated Ocean Observing Systems, EOS Transactions 87, Ocean Sciences Meeting, OS15I
  162. McFadden, M.A., Peterson, L.C., Bentley, S.J., Dickens, G.R., Droxler, A.W., and B.N. Opdyke, Late Quaternary paleoceanography of the Gulf of Papua based on stable isotope records, American Geophysical Union, Ocean Science Meeting Suppl. 87(36), Abstract OS16A-1
  163. Jackson, K.L., Rankey, E.C., Eberli, G.P., Amelung, F., Andres, M.S., Peterson, L.C., Swart, P.K., Jayasena, H., Kehelpannala, K. 2006. Paleotsunami Deposits in Coastal Lagoons, Sri Lanka: Are Tsunamis Always Sedimentologically Important Events?, AGU 2006 Fall Meeting.
  164. Waite, A.J., Mackenzie, G., Dodge, R.E., Swart, PK. 2006. Reconstructing Caribbean Salinity Changes Over Time Utilizing Coral Skeleton Geochemistry, AGU 2006 Fall Meeting.
  165. Swart, P.K., C.M. Moses, B.R. Rosenheim, K.P. Helmle, and R.E. Dodge (2004) Salinity Changes in the Atlantic: Confirmations from Proxy Records in Corals and Sclerosponges Abstract, Goldschmidt Geochemistry Conf. Copenhagen, Denmark. June 5-11.
  166. McFadden, M.A., Peterson, L.C., Bentley, S.J., Dickens, G.R., Droxler, A.W., and B. Opdyke,  Role of paleoclimate and paleoceanography in sediment delivery to the Gulf of Papua over the last ~300 kyrs based on foraminiferal and organic matter stable isotope records, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 2006 Annual Meeting, Abstract, April 9-12, Houston, TX.
  167. Burnett, A.P., Weyhenmeyer, C.E., Scholz, C.A. Swart, P.K.  2006. Abrupt Climatic Events Observed in Organic-Rich Sediments From Lake Tanganyika, Tropical East Africa, Over the Past 50 kyr,  AGU 2006 Fall Meeting.
  168. Oleinik, A. E., Marincovich, L., Jr, and Port, R., 2006  Molluscan Biodiversity and stable isotopic evidence for the cold Late Oligocene Arctic Ocean. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 38, No. 7, p.512
  169. Drayer, C.L., Lamb, K.A., Swart, P.K., Altabet, M.A., Anderson, W.T., Bellmund, S. 2006. Nitrogen Isotopic Study of Benthic Macroalgae and Seawater in Biscayne Bay, Florida, AGU 2006 Fall Meeting.
  170. Kramer, M.G., Chadwick, O., Sletten, R., Sollins, P. Swart P.K. 2006. N isotope fractionation and measures of organic matter alteration during decomposition across a climate-chrono sequence in Hawaii, AGU 2006 Fall Meeting.
  171. Kingsley, R.H., Dixon, J.E., Swart, P.K. Eiler, J., Schilling, J.  2006. Hydrogen and Oxygen Stable Isotope Ratios in MORBs From Arctic Mid-Atlantic Ridge Segments Near the Jan Mayen Hotspot, AGU 2006 Fall Meeting.
  172. Rosenheim, B.E., Swart, P.K., Eisenhauer, A. 2006. Realistic U-series age models from Bahamas sclerosponges indicate elevated initial Th- 230, AGU 2006 Fall Meeting.
  173. Oleinik, A.E., Marincovich, L., Jr, and Barinov, K. B., 2007. Early Middle Miocene warming in high latitudes North pacific - evidence from molluscan stable isotopes.  IX International Congress on Pacific Neogene Stratigraphy, Tsukuba, Japan Abstracts, 28
  174. Katz, D., Swart, P.K. Eberli, G.P., Buoniconti, M. 2007. Diagenetic Origins of Dolomitized Reservoirs and Limestone Tombstones in the Madison Limestone, Northern U.S. Rockies , AAPG Annual Convention, Long Beach .
  175. Gibson, K.A., and L.C. Peterson, The View from Below: Benthic Foraminifera as Indicators of Deep Water Change in Cariaco Basin, Eos Transactions American Geophysical Union, 88(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract OS33B-1265.
  176. Ehernberg, S., Swart, P.K. Svana, T.A. 2007. Uranium Decrease  across the Permian/Triassic Boundary in the Khuff Formation, Offshore Persian Gulf: Evidence of Biotic Devastation in a Shallow-water Carbonate Platform, AAPG Annual Convention, Long Beach .
  177. Helmle, K.P., R.E. Dodge and P.K. Swart, (2007) Coral Growth Records and their Relationship to Freshwater Discharge in Southeast Florida. 1st Int Sclerochronology Conf., St. Petersburg, FL, July 17-21, p43.
  178. Jackson, K., Rankey, Amelung, F., Andres, M.S., Peterson, L.C., Swart, P.K. Jayasena, H.A.H., Wilbert, K.V. 2007.  Are Tsunamis Always Sedimentologically Important Events? A Case Study of Sedimentological and Geochemical Analyses of Coastal Lagoons, Sri Lanka, AAPG Annual Convention, Long Beach .
  179. Peterson, L.C., Gibson, K.A., Black, D.E., Thunell, R.C., Lea, D.W., and G.H. Haug, The History and Dynamics of Anoxia in Cariaco Basin, Eos Transactions American Geophysical Union, 88(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract OS43C-04.
  180. Oleinik, A. E., Marincovich, L., Jr, Swart, P., and Port, R., 2007.   Cold Late Oligocene Arctic Ocean: faunal and stable isotopic evidence.  American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting Suppl. Abstracts 88(52): PP43D-05
  181. Reijmer, J.J.G. and Swart, P.K.2008. Facies patterns and stable isotopes distribution across Great Bahama Bank,26th IAS Meeting of Sedimentology, Bochum.
  182. Okazaki, R., Swart, P.K., Langdon, C., and Millero, F.J. Coral Resiliency to Changing pCO2 in Florida Bay, 11th ICRS
  183. Waite, A.J., Helmle, K., Dodge, R.E., Swart, P.K. and Hudson , H.J.,Geochemical Analyses from Florida’ s Monster Coral: Reconstructing Environmental Changes from the Port Everglades Area Over the Last 100 Years, 11th ICRS
  184. Rosenheim, B.E., Correa, T., Swart, P.K. Eberli, G.P., Grasmueck, M., Deep reef radiocarbon records from the Straits of Florida, 11th ICRS
  185. Rosenberg, A., Swart, P.K., Eberli, G.P, Grasmueck, M., Correa, T., Deep-Sea Corals from the Straits of Florida as Proxy Indicators of Bottom Conditions in the Florida Straits, 11th ICRS
  186. Mateo, I., Durbin, E. & Appeldorn, R. 2008. Spatial Variations in Elemental Otolith Elemental Fingerprints For Two Reef Fish Species in Nearshore Nursery Habitats in St Croix and Puerto Rico , 11th ICRS.
  187. Mateo, I., Bengtsoni, D., Durbin, E.,2008 Spatial variations in otolith microchemistry for Tautoga onitis in Narragansett Bay, American Fisheries Society Northeastern Division meeting Galloway New Jersey.
  188. Mateo, I., Bengtsoni, D., Durbin, E.,2008. Spatial variations in otolith microchemistry for Tautoga onitis in Narragansett Bay, American Fisheries Society 138th annual meeting.
  189. Mateo, I., Bengtsoni, D., Durbin, E.,2008. Spatial variations in otolith microchemistry Tautoga onitis in NE United States, American Fisheries Society Southern New England Meeting
  190. Lamb, K., Swart, P.K., Altabet, M., Evans, S., Drayer, C.,The Nitrogen Isotopic Dynamics of the Florida Reef Tract,11th ICRS
  191. Waite, A.J. and P.K. Swart, 2008. Drilling and storage effects on biogenic carbonate mineralogy: Implications for isotope fractionation. Special Edition Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Volume 72, Number 12S.
  192. Helmle, K, Dodge, R.E. and Swart, P.K., Hudson, H, J. Coral Growth Records From Southeast Florida: A History of Anthropogenic Influence, 11th ICRS
  193. Swart, P.K., Bellmund, S., Dodge, R.E., Helmle, K., Price, R. and Stalker, J., Stable Isotopes and Sr/Ca Ratios Indicate Records of Groundwater Influence on Florida Reefs, 11th ICRS
  194. Okazaki, R., Swart, P.K., Langdon, C., and Millero, F.J. Florida Bay Corals: Resilient to stress?, Ocean Science Meeting Orlando, ASLO.
  195. Stalker, J C, Price, R M, Swart, P K,2008. Spatial and temporal inputs of freshwater and submarine discharge to a subtropical estuary using geochemical tracers.
  196. Devlin, Q., Mead, R., and Swart, P.K.2008. Stable carbon isotopes of lipids in coral and zooxanthellae tissues and their suggested contribution to the variation of respiratory carbon dioxide. Ocean Science Meeting Orlando, ASLO.
  197. Drayer, C., Swart, P.K., Altabet, M.A., Lamb. K. and Bellmund, S. 2008.Nitrogen cycling in Biscayne Bay. Ocean Science Meeting Orlando, ASLO.
  198. Healy, G.F. Zaragoza, M. and Swart, P.K.,2008.Project Instar: Lessons learned from over 10 years of providing ocean science research to K-12 teachers. Ocean Science Meeting Orlando, ASLO.
  199. Katz, D., Swart, P.K., Eberli, G.P.,Buonconti, M.R., Montanez, I.P.,2008. Local Perturbations to the Carbon and Oxygen Pools in the Lower Mississippian Madison Limestone, Montana and Wyoming, AGU, PP33A-1523
  200. Evans, S.L., Swart, P.K., Capo. T.R.,2008. Insights into Nitrogen Isotopic Fractionation During Algal Assimilation of Nitrate and Ammonium, AGU, PP43A-1504
  201. Giebel, G.M., Riemer, D.D, Swart, P.K., 2008. Development and Modification of a GC-IRMS System for Ambient Atmospheric Studies of Low-Molecular Weight Oxygenated Volatile Organic Compounds, AGU, A11B-0117
  202. Waite, A.J., Swart, P.K., Depdge, R.E., Helmle, K.P., Rosenheim, BE., 2008.Tropical Climate Variability and the Atlantic Multi-decadal Oscillation from the Geochemistry of Corals and Sclerosponges over the last 500 years, AGU PP23C-1506
  203. Drayer, C.L., Katz, D.A., Devlin , D.B., Swart, P.K., Evans, S.L., 2008.Epiphyte Density and Diversity on Halimeda incrassata and the Affect on Bulk Isotopic Measurements, AGU, PP43A-1508
  204. Stalker, P.K., Price, R.M., and Swart, P.K., 2008.Spatial and Temporal Inputs of Freshwater to a Subtropical Estuary Using Geochemical Tracers, Biscayne Bay, South Florida, AGU, H33F-1094
  205. Swart, P.K. and Reijmer, J.J.G.2008. The Sr/Ca ratios of surface sediments on Great Bahama Bank as indicators of an abiogenic origin: Still no smoking gun, 26th IAS Meeting of Sedimentology, Bochum.
  206. A. Oleinik, L. Marincovich, P. K. Swart, R. Port, 2008. Climate and faunal change in the Oligocene Arctic Ocean.  33rd International Geological Congress Abstracts Volume HPS-08
  207. Helmle, K.P., Dodge, R.E., and Swart, P.K., 2009. Coral sclerochronology from the Upper Florida Keys and influences of climate change: No decline in calcification from 1937 to 1996. AMLC.
  208. Swart, P.K. and Evans, S. The behavior of carbonate associated sulphate (CAS) during marine burial diagensis, 27th Int. Ass. Sedimen., Sardinia.
  209. B. M. Giebel; D. D. Riemer; P. K. Swart δ13C Techniques and Measurements: Analysis of Low-Molecular Weight Oxygenated Volatile Organic Compounds in Source and Ambient Air Samples., AGU Fall Meeting, A21C-0238
  210. P. Oikawa; B. M. Giebel; J. E. Mak; D. D. Riemer; P. K. Swart; M. Lerdau
    Environmental controls over methanol production, emission, and δ13C values from Lycopersicon esculentum.AGU Fall MeetingnB11C-0489
  211. U. G. Wortmann; B. M. Chernyavsky; S. M. Bernasconi; B. Brunner; M. E. Böttcher; P.K. Swart 18O/16O-ratios of dissolved sulfate: Insights from porewater modeling 2009.AGU Fall Meeting, B22B-03
  212. A. D. Rosenberg; P. K. Swart; G. P. Eberli; B. E. Rosenheim; J. K. Reed Deep-sea Corals Reveal Present Temperature and Salinity Conditions in the Florida Straits. 2009.AGU Fall Meeting, PP11A-1291.
  213. P. K. Swart; L. Greer; B. E. Rosenheim; C. S. Moses; A. Winter; R. E. Dodge; K. P. Helmle 13C Suess effect in scleractinian corals mirror changes in the anthropogenic CO2 inventory of the surface oceans. 2009. AGU Fall Meeting PP13E-01.
  214. M. M. Arienzo; P. K. Swart; K. Broad; A. C. Clement; A. Eisenhauer; B. Kakuk Speleothem Records of Climate Variability from Abaco Island, Bahamas: A New Archive. 2009. AGU Fall Meeting
  215. A. J. Waite; P. K. Swart; B. E. Rosenheim A new calibration for the Sr/Ca-temperature relationship in sclerosponges reveals synchronous changes in Caribbean specimens indicative of warming and multi-decadal climate variability 2009. AGU Fall Meeting PP41B-1503.
  216. A. Winter; C. Sherman; R. Appeldoorn; P. K. Swart; Y. Hamann; A. Eisenhauer, Sclerosponges: a key to understanding the influence of global warming on ocean thermocline and mixed layer variability an example from the Caribbean. 2009. AGU Fall Meeting PP41B-1504.
  217. B. E. Rosenheim; J. F. Adamic; J. K. Reed; A. D. Rosenberg; M. Grasmueck; P. K. Swart; G. P. Eberli; T. S. Correa Survivor or opportunist? Oxygen isotope records from Stylaster miniata in the Florida Straits, 2009. AGU Fall Meeting PP13E-08.
  218. B. M. Giebel; D. D. Riemer; P. K. Swart δ13C Techniques and Measurements: Analysis of Low-Molecular Weight Oxygenated Volatile Organic Compounds in Source and Ambient Air Samples.,2009. AGU Fall Meeting, A21C-0238
  219. P. Oikawa; B. M. Giebel; J. E. Mak; D. D. Riemer; P. K. Swart; M. Lerdau Environmental controls over methanol production, emission, and δ13C values from Lycopersicon esculentum. 2009. AGU Fall MeetingnB11C.
  220. Fernandez, A., Rosenheim, B., and Swart, P.K. 2010. Coral radiocarbon records from the eastern tropical Atlantic - what can they tell us about Ekman upwelling and the subtropical cells? PP43B 1700.
  221. Galfond, B., Giebel; D. D. Riemer; P. K. Swart ,2010. Methodological considerations for measuring δ13C of CO2 by CRDS B23A, 0390.
  222. Giebel; D. D. Riemer; P. K. Swart , 2010.New Insights on the Use of Ethanol in Automotive Fuels: A Stable Isotopic Tracer for Fossil Fuel Combustion Inputs to the Atmosphere, AGU Fall Meeting, A43D, 0266.
  223. Greer, L, Telfeyan, K Arienzo, M, Rosenberg, A D, Waite, A J, Swart, P K. 2010.  Barbados Corals as Recorders of Amazon River Salinity Anomalies, AGU Fall Meeting,      PP11A 1409.
  224. Swart, PK 2010.New Insight into carbon isotopic variations in corals, AGU Fall Meeting, PP21D 06. (Invited)
    Arienzo, M., Swart, P.K. Broad, K., Clement, A.C., Eisenhauer, A., Kakuk, B. 2010. Bahamian speleothems reveal Atlantic climate variability during Heinrich Events,  AGU Fall Meeting, PP41A 1616.
  225. Swart, P.K. 2010. A comparison of the Trezona C anomaly with the Plio-Pleistocene, 2010 GSA Denver Annual Meeting (31 October –3 November 2010).
  226. Oehlert, A., Swart, P.K. and Devlin, Q.2010. The relationship between the d13C of inorganic and organic components in Neogene periplatform sediments: Implications for the Proterozoic, GSA Denver Annual Meeting (31 October –3 November 2010).
  227. Swart, P.K. Kennedy, M., and Oehlert, A., 2011. When are Global Changes in the Carbon Isotopic Composition Not Indicative of Global Processes Involving the Global Carbon Cycle? EGU2011-12608
  228. Swart, P.K. Is there really a mixing-zone isotopic signal? Goldschmidt  2011.
  229. Arienzo, M., Swart, P.K. Clement, A., Broad, K. and Eisenhauer, A., and Kakuk, B. Bahamian Speleothems Reveal Increased Aridity Associated with Heinrich Events, Goldschmidt 2011.
  230. Swart, P.K. Is there really a mixing-zone isotopic signal? IAS Annual Meeting, Zaragoza.
    Oehlert, A., and Swart, P.K. The relationship between the d13C of inorganic and organic components in Neogene periplatform sediments, IAS Annual Meeting, Zaragoza.
  231. Augustin, C., Broad, K. and Swart, P.K. The role of stakeholders in developing an international regulatory framework for carbon capture and storage, AGU Fall Meeting PA13B-1754.
  232. Waite, A. and Swart, P.K. Aragonite-Calcite Inversion During Biogenic Carbonate Sampling: Considerations for Interpreting Isotopic Measurements in Paleoclimate Studies, AGU Fall Meeting, PP21C-1815.
  233. Swart, P.K., Rosenheim, B., Waite, A. and Thorrold, S.R.   Paleoproxies as Indicators of Water Mass Changes in the Caribbean, AGU Fall Meeting, PP22C-01.
  234. Fernandez-Bremer; A., Rosenheim, B.E. Swart, P.K. A Century-long Record of Radiocarbon in the Waters of the Cape Verde Islands in the Tropical North Atlantic, AGU Fall Meeting, PP23A-1826.
  235. Arienzo, M., Swart, P.K., Vonhoff, H.,B., Broad, K., and Clement, A. Temporal variability of precipitation and temperature across Heinrich events from Bahamian stalagmites, AGU Fall Meeting, PP31C-1887.
  236. Greer, L., Bunn, S.,Humsten, R., Swart, P.K. Curren, A., Rose, L.E. The Suess Effect and Additional Impacts on the Carbon Isotope Composition of a Belizean Coral, AGU Fall Meeting, PP43B-18.
  237. Swart, P.K., Okazaki, R., and Waite, A. 2012. Local Variations in the 13-Suess Effect: A Global and Regional Phenomenon, AGU Fall Meeting, B12A-05
  238. Murphy, L., Clement, A.C., Mahowald, N.M., Albani, S., Otto-Bliesner, B.L., Swart, P.K. Arienzo, M., and Broad, K.,2012. The impact of desert dust on climate during Heinrich Events, AGU Fall Meeting, PP21C-04
  239. Oehlert, A. M., Swart, P.K., Eberli, G.P., Evan, S., Katz, D.A., 2012.Multi-proxy geochemical evaluation of a potential ocean anoxic event in the Lower Mississippian Madison Limestone, Western USA, AGU Fall Meeting, B31F-0493.
  240. Galfond, B.T., Amelung, F., Augustin, C. M., Dixon T.H., Lin, G., Riemer, D.H., Swart, P.K. Application of cavity ringdown spectroscopy for CO2 injectant leak detection at Hastings, TX carbon sequestration site, AGU Fall Meeting,  H32A-04.
  241. Palya, A.P., Anderson, W.T., Jaffe, R., Swart, P.K. Understanding sources of carbon from a coastal mangrove forest: Shark River – Everglades National Park, AGU Fall Meeting, B21E-0422.
  242. Arienzo, M. M., Swart, P.K. Schroeder, C., Hsiao, G.,  Vonhof, H. B. Analysis of δ18O and δ2H of fluid inclusion water in speleothems using cavity ring-down spectroscopy, AGU Fall Meeting,  PP43A-2020.
  243. Swart, P.K. Arienzo, M., Clement, A., and Broad, K. Rapid Climate Change Associated with Heinrich Events, AOGS-AGU Joint Assembly, Singapore.
  244. Swart, P.K., Arienzo, M. and Murray, S.2012. The use of clumped isotopes to study diagenesis., IAS Meeting Schladming
  245. Arienzo, M. Swart, P.K. Clement, A. and Broad, K. 2012.Stalagmites and Pleistocene climate change, IAS Meeting Schladming
  246. Oehlert, A. and Swart, P.K.2012. Organic and inorganic carbon isotope records, IAS Meeting Schladming.
  247. McNeill, D., Klaus, J. Diaz, V. Swart, P.K.2012. Dominican Republic drilling project: a 2-myr record of Caribbean Reefs, 12th Int. Coral Reef Symp, Cairns.
  248. Okazaki, R., Towle, E. Langdon, C. Swart, P.K.2012. Increased temperature and pCO2 effects on ten Caribbean coral species, 12th Int. Coral Reef Symp, Cairns.
  249. Devlin, Q. Swart, P.K. 2012.Elevated nutrient levels and stability of the coral-dinoflagellate
    Symbiosis, 12th Int. Coral Reef Symp, Cairns.
  250. Augustin C, Swart P.K. & Broad K, Predictive Bayesian Models for Risk Modeling of Geologic Carbon Capture and Storage Leaks Using Natural Analogues, Mineralogical Magazine, 77(5) 630
  251. Arienzo M.M., Swart P.K., Murray S & Vonhof H Temperature Determination from Speleothems Through Fluid Inclusion and Clumped Isotope Techniques, Mineralogical Magazine, 77(5) 613.
  252. Murray S, Swart P.K.  & Arienzo M Application of Clumped Isotopes to the Dolomite Problem Mineralogical Magazine, 77(5) 1814.
    Swart, P. K., D. Cantrell, M. Arienzo, and S. Murray. Dolomitization in the Ghawar Field: An Update Based on the  Clumped Isotope Technique. Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists.
  253. Murray S, Swart P.K.  & Arienzo M Application of Clumped Isotopes to the Dolomite Problem IAS Meeting Manchester.
    D. Cantrell, M.,  Swart, P. K., Arienzo, and S. Murray. Dolomitization in the Ghawar Field: An Update Based on the  Clumped Isotope Technique, IAS Meeting Manchester.
  254. Klaus, J., McNeill, D., Díaz, V., Swart, P.K.,Pourmand, A.,Grasmueck, M.,Eberli, G.P. The Changing Face of Plio-Pleistocene Reef Margins: Results of the Dominican Republic Drilling Project (DRDP), AGU Fall Meeting, OS11F-05.
    Diaz, M.R.,Swart, P.K, Devlin, Q.,Oehlert, A.M., Saied, A., Eberli, G.P., Klaus, J., Altabet, M.  Microbial signature in ooids from the Bahamas, AGU Fall Meeting , B13E-0554.
  255. Hariss, M., Purkis, S., Ellis, J.M., Swart, P.K.,Reijmer, J.J. Mapping Depositional Facies on Great Bahama Bank: An Integration of Groundtruthing and Remote Sensing Methods, AGU Fall Meeting , OS13C-1717.
  256. Oehlert, A.M. and Swart, P.K. A Comparison of Recent Organic and Inorganic Carbon Isotope Records: Why Do They Covary in Some Settings and Not In Others?, AGU Fall Meeting ,  OS13C-1719.
  257. Arienzo, M., Swart, P.K.,Pourmand.A.,Broad, K.,Clement, A.C., Murphy, L., Kakuk, B. Evidence of Abrupt Climatic Variability Across Heinrich Events from Multiple Bahamian Stalagmites, AGU Fall Meeting , PP21A-1882.
  258. Murray, S. and  Swart, P.K. The Variation in Δ47 Within Calcite-Dolomite Mixed Systems, AGU Fall Meeting , PP21D-07.
    Murphy, L., Clement, A.C., Mahowald, N.M., Albani, S.,Swart, P.K., Arienzo, M.M., The Impact of North-South Shifts in the Sahel on North Atlantic Climate, AGU Fall Meeting , A41G-0158.
  259. Devlin, Q., Swart, P.K. Altabet, M. Unraveling the nitrogen isotopic signature of symbiotic corals., AGU Fall Meeting , B43E-0565.
    Swart, P.K., Oehlert, A.M., Mackenzie, G.J., Eberli, G.P., Reijmer, J.J. The growth of shallow water carbonates as controlled by the input of atmospheric dust: A paradigm change, AGU Fall Meeting  OS13C-1718
  260. Swart, P.K. Arienzo, M. and Mehterian, S. Triple Threat: Stable Isotopes of Fluid Inclusions, Clumped Isotopes and Conventional Oxygen Isotopes from Modern and Ancient Caves in the Bahamas, AGU Fall Meeting, PP31B-1129. (Invited)
  261. Atasoy, D. and Swart, P.K. Clumped Signatures of Shallow Water Corals in Tobago, AGU Fall Meeting, PP51A-1102
  262. Mehterian, S., et al. Reconstruction of Pleistocene Paleo-Hydrology and Climate Variations in Western Asia as Recorded in Speleothems from West-Central Iran, AGU Fall Meeting, PP31B-1137
  263. Staudigel, P and Swart, P.K. Using the clumped isotope signature in to constrain diagenetic temperature in oceanic and periplatform sediments, AGU Fall Meeting, PP51A-1103.
  264. Galfond, B., Riemer, D. and Swart, P.K. Rapid, Long-term Monitoring of CO2 Concentration and δ13CO2 at CCUS Sites Allows Discrimination of Leakage Patterns from Natural Background Values, GC13I-0802.
  265. Sharifi, A., et al. Holocene Abrupt Climate Change Over NW Iran: The Hand That Rocked The Cradle Of Civilization? AGU Fall Meeting, PP24B-08
  266. Giri, S., Devlin, Q. and Swart, P.K.  Is the evolution of the coral-algal symbiosis linked to fluctuations in seawater magnesium concentrations? AGU Fall Meeting, PP53A-1188
  267. Stewart et al.,Boron and diagenesis: Questioning the fidelity of Snowball δ11B excursions, PP43C-1497.
  268. Arienzo, M., Mehterian, S., Swart, P.K. and Broad, K., Determining the drivers of oxygen and carbon isotope fractionation in a monitored Bahamas cave, AGU Fall Meeting, PP31B-1125.
  269. Swart, P.K.  Giri, S.,  and Devlin, Q. Differential responses of the Mg/Ca Ratio in scleractinians to variations in Mg2+ and Ca2+ content of seawater, AGU Fall Meeting, PP51B-1119.
  270. Oehlert, A. and Swart, P.K. The Nature of Carbonate and Organic δ13C Covariance Through Geological Time, PP43E-01 (Invited)
  271. Murray, S., Arienzo, M., Swart, P.K. Clumped Isotopes in Bahamian Dolomites: A Rosetta Stone? AGU Fall Meeting, PP54A-02(Invited)
  272. Augustin, C., Swart. P.K. and Broad, K.  Designing Surface Monitoring Meshes for Geologic Carbon Capture and Storage Sites: Accurate Emissions Accounting for an Essential 2°C Mitigation technology, AGU Fall Meeting, PA51A-4045.

Papers in Reviewed Journals

(PDFS OF PAPERS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST)

  1. Sternberg, L. and Swart, P.K., 1987. Utilization of freshwater and ocean water by coastal plants of South Florida, Ecology, 68:1898-1905.
  2. Swart, P.K., Berler, D., McNeill, D., Guzikowski, M., Harrison, S. and Dedick, E., 1988. Interstitial water geochemistry and carbonate diagenesis in the sub-surface of a Holocene mud island in Florida Bay, Bull. Mar. Sci.
  3. Dawans, J.M. and Swart, P.K., 1988. Textural and geochemical data constrain the timing and origin of Bahamian Pliocene dolomites, Sedimentology, 35:385-403.
  4. Swart, P.K., Sternberg, Steinen, R. and Harrison, S.A., Controls on the oxygen and hydrogen isotopic composition of the surface and pore water from Florida Bay. Isotope Geoscience, 79:113-123.
  5. Shinn, E.A., Lidz, B., Steinen, R. and Swart, P.K., 1989 Whitings, A sedimentologic dilemma Jour. Sedim. Petrol. 59:147-161.
  6. Sternberg, L.S.L., 1988. D/H ratios of environmental water recorded by D/H ratios of plant lipids, Nature, 336:59-61.
  7. Sternberg, L.S.L., Mulkey, S.S. and Wright, S.J. 1989. Ecological interpretation of leaf carbon isotope ratios: Influence of recycled carbon dioxide,
  8. McKenzie, J.A., Isern, A., Karpoff, A.M. and Swart, P.K., 1989. Basal Ca- and Mg- rich dolomitic sediments, Tyrrhenian Sea, ODP leg 107: 141-152.
  9. Schaffner, F.C. and Swart, P.K. 1990. Carbon and oxygen isotopic signatures of seabird eggshells as indicators of feeding ecology., Bull. Mar. Sci.,48:23-28.
  10. Burns, S., Swart, P.K. and Baker, P.A., 1990. The geochemistry of secondary carbonates in basalts from leg 115: Tracers of basalt seawater interaction, Proc.Leg 115 ODP 93-102.
  11. Swart, P.K. and Burns, S. 1990. Diagenetic reactions in carbonates from leg 115 of the ODP. Proc. Leg 115 ODP. 629-646.
  12. Baker, P.A., Burns, S. and Swart, P.K. 1990. Minor element and stable isotopic composition of the carbonate fine fraction: Site 709, Indian Ocean, Proc. Leg 115 ODP, 647-660.
  13. Malone, M.J., Baker, P.A., Burns, S.J., and Swart, P.K., 1990. Geochemistry of periplatform carbonate sediments, Leg 115, Site 716 (Maldives Archipelago, Indian Ocean), Proc. Leg 115 ODP, 647-660.
  14. Chung, G.S. and Swart, P.K., 1990. The concentration of uranium in freshwater vadose and phreatic cements in a Holocene Ooid Cay: A possible indicator of ancient water tables, Jour. Sed. Petrol. 60:735-746.
  15. Leder, J.J., Szmant, A.M. and Swart, P.K. 1989, The effect of prolonged 'Bleaching' on skeletal banding and stable isotopic composition in Montastraea annualaris., Coral Reefs,10:19-27.
  16. Swart, P.K., Burns, S.J., and Leder, J.J. 1991. Fractionation of stable isotopes of O and C in CO2 during the reaction of calcite with phosphoric acid as a function of temperature and technique., Isotope Geoscience, 89:89-96.
  17. Swart, P.K. 1990. The oxygen and hydrogen isotopic composition of the Black Sea. Deep Sea.Res. 38:S761-S772.
  18. Rossinsky, V. Jr, Wanless, H.R. and Swart, P.K. 1992. Penetrative calcretes and their stratigraphic implications. Geology, 20:331-334.
  19. Swart, P.K. 1991. Factors affecting the oxygen isotopic composition of the Black Sea. In: Black Sea Oceanography, NATO Workshop on the Black Sea, Eds: Izdar and Murray, NATO ASI Series 351:75-88.
  20. Burns, S. and Swart, P.K. 1992. Diagenetic process in shallow water carbonate sediments:Florida Bay Mudbanks and islands, Sedimentology,39:285-304.
  21. McClain, M., Swart, P.K. and Vacher, L., 1992. The hydrogeochemistry of early meteoric diagenesis in a Holocene deposit of biogenic carbonate, Jour. Sed. Petrol., 62:1008-1022.
  22. Barnaby R.J. and Read, F., 1992. Dolomitization of a carbon ate platform during late burial: Lower to Middle Cambrian Shady dolomite, Virginia, Jour Sed. Petrol. 62:1023-1043.
  23. Montanez I.P. and Read, J.F., 1992. Fluid-rock interaction history during stabilization of early dolomites, Upper Know group (lower Ordovician, Jour. Sed. Petrol., 62:753-778.
  24. Bralower, T.J. 1992, Stable isotopic, assemblage and paleoenvironmental investigations of juvenile ocean sediments recovered on ODP Leg 122, Wombat Plateau, N.W. Australia. Proc. ODP Scien. Res. 122:569-586
  25. Rossinsky, V., Wanless, H.R. and Swart, P.K. 1993. Penetrative calcretes and their stratigraphic implications: Comment and Reply, Geology, 21:186.
  26. Meyers, J., Swart, P.K., and Meyers, J., 1993. Geochemical evidence for groundwater behaviour in an unconfined aquifer, South Florida, Jour. Hydrology.148:249-272.
  27. Grammer, M., Ginsburg, R.N., Swart, P.K. McNeill, D., Jull, T. and Prezbindowski, D.R., 1993. Rapid growth rates of syndepositional marine aragonite cements in steep marginal slope deposits, Jour. Sed. Petrol. 61:976-987.
  28. Budd, D. A., U. Hammes, and H. L. Vacher, 1993, Calcite Cementation In The Upper Floridan Aquifer - A Modern Example For Confined-Aquifer Cementation Models: Geology, v. 21, p. 33-36.
  29. Rossinsky, V. and Swart, P.K., 1993. Climatic control on the isotopic composition of calcretes in the British West Indies, In: Continental Isotopic Indicators of Climate, AGU Monograph (Eds: Swart, P.K., McKenzie, J., Lohmann, K.C., and Savin S.) 67-76
  30. Swart, P.K. 1993. The Formation of Dolomite in Sediments from the Continental Margin of N.E. Queensland, In: McKenzie, J.A., Davies, P.J., Palmer-Julson, A. et al., Proc. ODP Sci. Res., 133: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 513-524.
  31. Swart, P.K. 1993. Variations in the oxygen isotopic composition of pore water from Hole 817C, Leg 133 In: McKenzie, J.A., Davies, P.J., Palmer-Julson, A. et al., Proc. ODP Sci. Res., 133: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 481-488.
  32. Swart, P.K., Isern, A., Elderfield, H., and McKenzie, J., 1993. A synthesis of pore water results from Leg 133 ODP, In: McKenzie, J.A., Davies, P.J., Palmer-Julson, A. et al., Proc. ODP Sci. Res., 133: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 705-722.
  33. Grammer, M., Ginsburg, R.N., Swart, P.K. McNeill, D., Jull, T. and Prezbindowski, D.R., 1988. Rapid growth rates of syndepositional marine aragonite cements in steep marginal slope deposits, Jour. Sed. Petrol., 63:983-989.
  34. Rack, FR, Janecek, TR, Swart, PK. and Brass, GW. 1993. Data Report: High resolution carbonate and oxygen isotope data from Site 810: Comparison to Grape bulk density and magnetic susceptibility data, Proc. ODP Scient. Res. 132:69-79.
  35. McClain, M.E., Swart, P.K., Vacher, H.L.1993. The hydrochemistry of early meteoric diagenesis in a Holocene deposit of biogenic carbonates, Jour. Sed. Res. A64:415-416.
  36. Dodge, A.M. Szmant, R.E., R. Garcia, P.K.Swart., Forrester, A. and Leder, J.,1992. Skeletal structural basis of density banding in the reef coral Montastrea annularis. Proc. 7th Int. Coral Reef Symp. Guam. 1: 186-195.
  37. Milne, P.J. and Swart, P.K., 1994. Fiber-optic based sensing of banded luminescence in corals, Applied Spectroscopy, 48:1282-1284.
  38. Halley, R.B., Swart, P.K., Dodge, R.E. and Hudson, J.H., 1994. Decade-scale trend in sea water salinity revealed through 18O analysis of Montastraea annularis annual growth bands, Bull. Mar. Sci., 54:647-669.
  39. Lin, H.-L., and L.C. Peterson. 1994. A 28,000 year record of hydrography in the anoxic Cariaco Basin (Venezuela) based on oxygen isotope data from multiple species of planktonic foraminifera. Journal of the Geological Society of China, 37/4: 425-444.
  40. Vahrenkamp, V.C. & Swart, P.K. 1995. Late Cenozoic dolomites of the Bahamas:metastable analogues for the genesis of ancient platform dolomites, Ed: Purser, B., Tucker, M. and Zenger, D., Spec. Publs. Int. Ass. Sediment., 21:133-153.
  41. Stanley, G.D. Jr. and Swart, P.K.1995. Evolution of the coral-zooxanthellae symbiosis during the Triassic: A geochemical approach, Paleobiology, 21:179-199.
  42. Maliva, R.G., 1995 Recurrent neomorphic and cement microtextures from different diagenetic environments, Quaternary to Late Neogene carbonates, Great Bahama Bank. Sedimentary Geology, 97:1-7
  43. Swart, P.K. and Leder, J.J., 1995. Corals, paleotemperature records and the aragonite-calcite transformation: Comment Geology. 23:755-758.
  44. Swart,PK , Healy,G Dodge, R. Kramer, P., Hudson, H., Halley R., & M. Robblee 1996. The Stable Oxygen and Carbon Isotopic Record from a Coral Growing in Florida Bay: A 160 Year Record of Climatic and Anthropogenic Influence, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 123:219-238.
  45. Leder, J.J., Swart, P.K. Szmant, A and Dodge, R.E. 1996. The origin of variations in the isotopic record of Scleractinian corals: I Oxygen, Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta, 60:2857-2870.
  46. Swart, P.K., Leder, J.J. Szmant, A and Dodge, R.E. 1996. The origin of variations in the isotopic record of Scleractinian corals: II Carbon Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta, 60:2871-2886.
  47. Melim, L.A., Swart, P.K. and Maliva, R.G. 1995 Meteoric-like fabrics forming in marine waters: Implications for the use of petrography to identify diageneic environments, Geology, 23:755-758
  48. Melim, L.A., Swart, P.K. and Maliva (In Press) Meteoric and marine burial diagenesis in the subsurface of Great Bahama Bank, in Ginsburg, R.N. ed., SEPM Concepts in Sed, and Paleo
  49. Ortner, PB, Lee, TN, Milne PJ, Zidka, RG, Clarke, ME, Podesta, GP, Swart, PK, Testa, PA, Atkinson, LP, & Johnson, WR, 1995. Mississippi river flood waters reached the Gulf Stream, J. Geophys. Res, 100:13,595-13,601.
  50. Swart, P.K., Dodge, R.E. and H.D. Hudson 1996. A 240 Year Stable Oxygen and Carbon Isotopic Record in a Coral from South Florida: Implications for the Prediction of Precipitation in Southern Florida, Palaios, 11: 363-375.
  51. Thorrold, S.R., Campana, S.E., Jones, C.M. and Swart, P.K. Factors determining d13C and d18O fractionation in aragonitic otoliths of marine fish, Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 61:2909-2920.
  52. Swart, P.K. H. Elderfield and G. Ostlund.  2001. The geochemistry of pore fluids from bore holes in the Great Bahama Bank :Evidence of Carbonate Diagenesis and Fluid Flow, Subsurface Geology of a prograding carbon ate platform: Results of the Bahamas Drilling Project . Ed: R.N. Ginsburg, SEPM Spec. Publ 70, 163-174 .
  53. Swart, P.K., H. Elderfield, and K. Beets, 2001. The 87Sr/86Sr ratios of carbonates, phosphorites, and fluids collected during the Bahama drilling project cores Clino and Unda: implications for dating and diagenesis. Subsurface Geology of a prograding carbon ate platform: Results of the Bahamas Drilling Project . Ed: R.N. Ginsburg, SEPM Spec. Publ 70, 175-186.
  54. Kenter, J.A.M., Ginsburg, R.N., Eberli, G.P., McNeill, D.F., Swart, P.K., Lidz, B.H., Bralower, T.J., Troelstra, S.R. and Beets, K.J., 2001 .Chronostratigraphy of a prograding carbonate platform margin: A record of dynamic slope sedimentation, Western Great Bahama Bank. Ed: R.N. Ginsburg, SEPM Spec. Publ 70, 101-136.
  55. Melim, L.A., Swart, P.K. and Maliva  2001. Meteoric and marine burial diagenesis, SEPM Spec. Publ. The Bahama Drilling Project Subsurface Geology of a prograding carbon ate platform: Results of the Bahamas Drilling Project . Ed: R.N. Ginsburg, SEPM Spec. Publ 70, 137-162.
  56. Anderegg, D., Dodge, R.E., Swart, P.K., and Fisher, L. 1997. Barium chronologies from south Florida corals -environmental implications, 8th Int. Coral Reef Symp. Panama, 2:1725-1730.
  57. Swart, P.K., White, K.S., Enfield, D., Dodge, R.E. and Milne, P. Stable oxygen isotopic composition of corals from the Gulf of Guinea as indicators of periods of extreme precipitation conditions in the sub-Sahara, Jour Geophys. Res. (Oceans), 103:27,885-27,891.
  58. Swart, P.K. Healy, G., Greer, L., Lutz, M., Saied, A., Anderegg, D., Dodge, R.E., and Rudnick, D. The use of chemical records in coral skeletons to ascertain past environmental conditions in Florida Bay, Estuaries, 22:384-397.
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  61. Swart, P.K., Moore, M.D. Charles, and Bohm, F. 1998. Sclerosponges may hold new keys to marine climate EOS, 79: 633-636.
  62. Yarincik, K.M., Murray, R.W., and L.C. Peterson. Climatically controlled eolian and hemipelagic deposition in the Cariaco Basin, Venezuela, over the past 578,000 years: Results from Al/Ti and K/Al. Paleoceanography,
  63. Clayton, T., Pearce, R.B., and L.C. Peterson, 1999. Indirect climate control of the clay mineral composition of Quaternary sediments from the Cariaco Basin, northern Venezuela (ODP Site 1002). Marine Geology, 161: 191-206.
  64. Peterson, L.C., Haug, G.H., Pedersen, T.F., and D.M. Sigman, 1999. Tropical Atlantic paleoceanography over the past 580 kyrs: High-resolution records from the Cariaco Basin. In: R.Z. Poore, L. Burckle, A. Droxler, and W. McNulty (eds.), Marine Oxygen Isotope Stage 11 and Associated Terrestrial Records, U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 99-312: 51-54.
  65. Haug, G.H., Pedersen, T.F., Sigman, D.M., Calvert, S.E., Nielsen, B., and L.C. Peterson, 1998. Glacial/interglacial variations in production and nitrogen fixation in the Cariaco Basin during the last 580 kyrs. Paleoceanography, 13: 427-432.
  66. Lin, H.-L., Peterson, L.C., Overpeck, J.T., Trumbore, S.E., and D.W. Murray, 1997. Late Quaternary climate change from 18O records of multiple species of planktonic foraminifera: high resolution records from the anoxic Cariaco Basin (Venezuela). Paleoceanography, 12(3): 415-427.
  67. Peterson, L.C., Overpeck, J.T., and D.W. Murray, 1995. Anoxic basin records detailed climate history. JOI/USSAC Newsletter, v. 8, no.3, November 1995: 10-13.
  68. Thorrold, S., LatKoczy, C., Swart, P.K., and Jones, C. 2001. Natal homing in marine fish population, Science, 291:297-299.
  69. Cantrell, D.L., Swart, P.K., Handford, R.C., Kendall, C.G., and Westphall, H. 2001. Geology and production significance of dolomite, Arab-D reservoir, Ghawar Field, Saudi Arabia, Geoarabia, 6: 45-60.
  70. Swart, P.K., Wortman, U., Mitterer, R., Smart, P.L., Feary, D.A., Hine, A.C. 2000. Hydrogen sulfide-rich hydrates and saline fluids in the continental margin of South Australia, Geology, 28:1039-1042.
  71. Kramer, P.A., Swart, P.K., De Carlo, E., Schovsbo, N.H. 2000. Overview of Leg 166 Intersititial Fluid and Sediment Geochemistry, Sites 1003-1007 (Bahamas Transect), In: Swart, P.K., Eberli, G.P. and Malone, M., Proc. Sci. Res. 166. 179-198.
  72. Swart, P.K. and Melim, L.A. 2000. The Origin of Dolomites in Tertiary Sediments from the Margin of Great Bahama Bank, Jour. Sed. Res. 70, 738-748.
  73. Swart, P.K. 2000. The Oxygen Isotopic Composition of Interstitial Waters: Evidence for Fluid Flow and Recrystallization in the Margin of Great Bahama Bank, Sci. Results 166, ODP, 91-98.
  74. Swart, P.K. Healy, G., Greer, L., Lutz, M., Saied, A. Anderegg, D., Dodge, R.A. and Rudnick. D., 1999. The use of proxy chemical records in coral skeletons to ascertain past environmental conditions in Florida Bay, Estuaries, 22: 384-397.
  75. Swart, P.K. White, K., Enfield, D., Dodge, R.A., Milne, P. 1998. Corals from the Gulf of Guinea as Indicators of Periods of Extreme Precipitation Conditions, Jour. Geophys. Res., 103:27885-27891.
  76. Thorrold, S., Jones, C.M., Swart, P.K. and Targett, T.E. 1998. Accurate classification of juvenile weakfish (Cynoscion regalis) to estuarine nursery areas based on chemical signatures in otoliths. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 173: 253-265.
  77. Mitterer, R. M., Malone, M. J., Goodfriend, Gl. A., Swart, P.K.,  Wortmann, U.G., Logan, G.A., Feary, D.A. Hine, A.C. 2001 Co-Generation of hydrogen sulfide and methane in marine carbonate sediments  Geophys. Res. Lett.28:  3931 (2001GL013320).
  78. Swart, P.K.  Price, R., and Greer, L. 2001. The relationship between stable isotopic variations (O,H, and C) and salinity in water and corals from environments in South Florida: Implications for reading the paleoenvironmental record, Bulletin of American Paleontology, 361:17-29.
  79. Alvarez, Zarikian, C.A., Swart, P.K., Hood, T., Blackwelder, P.L., Nelsen, T.A., and Featherstone, C.,2001.  A Century of environmental variability in Oyster Bay using ecological and isotopic data as paleoenvironmental tools, Bulletin of American Paleontology, 361:133-144.
  80. Nelsen, T.A., Wanless, H.R., Trefry J.H., Alvarez-Zarikian, C., Hood, T., Blackwelder, P. Swart, P. Tedesco, L., Kang, W-J, Metz, S., Garte, G., Fetherstone, C., Souch, C, Pachut, J.F., O’Neal, M., Ellis, G.2002.  Linkages between the South Florida peninisula and coastal zone: A sediment-based history of natural and anthropogenic influences, In: The Everglades, Florida Bay. And Coral Reefs of the Florida Keys: An Ecosystem Sourcebook, Ed: Porter, J.W. and K.G. Porter, CRC Press, 415-449.
  81. Swart, P.K. and Price, R.2002.  Origin of salinity variations in Florida Bay, Limnology Oceanography, 47:1234-1241.
  82. Grottoli AG (2002) Effect of light and brine shrimp levels on the skeletal δ13C values of the Hawaiian coral Porites compressa: a tank experiment. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 66: 1955-1967
  83. Kingsley, R., Schilling G., Dixon,J.  Swart, P.K., R. Poreda, and K. Simmons, 2002. D/H ratios in basalt glasses from the Salas y Gomez mantle plume interacting with the East Pacific Rise: Water from old D_rich recycled crust or primordial water from the lower mantle? G-cubed, 3, NO. 4, 10.1029/2001 GC000199.http://g_cubed.org/gc2002/2001GC000199/index.html.
  84. Swart, P.K., Elderfield, H., and Greaves, M.J.,2002.  A high-resolution calibration of Sr/Ca thermometry using the Caribbean coral Montastraea annularis, G-cubed, 3,11, 8402, doi:10.1029/2002GC000306.
  85. Swart, P.K., Torrold, S., Esienhauer, A., Rosenheim, B., Harrison, C.G.A., Grammer, M., and Latkoczy, C.,2002.  Intra-annual variation in the stable oxygen and carbon and trace element composition of sclerosponges, Paleoceanography 17(3), 1029/2000PA000622.
  86. Price, R.M., Top, Z., Happell, J.D., Swart, P.K. 2003. Use of tritium and helium to define groundwater flow conditions in Everglades National Park, Water Resources Research, 39: 1267, doi:10.1029/2002WR001929,2003.
  87. Marc G. Kramer, Phillip Sollins, Ronald S. Sletten, Peter K. Swart,2003.  N isotope fractionation and measures of organic matter alteration during decomposition, Ecology, 84:2021-2025.
  88. Scholz, C.A, King, J.W., Ellis, G.S., Swart, P.K., Stager, J.C., Colman, S.M.2003.  Paleolimnology of Lake Tanganyika, East Africa over the past 100 K yr, Jour. Paleolimnology, 30, 139-150.
  89. Happell, J. D., Price, R. M., Top, Z. & Swart, P. K.  2003. Evidence for the removal of CFC-11, CFC-12, and CFC-113 at the groundwater-surface water interface in the Everglades. Journal Of Hydrology 279(1-4), 94-105.
  90. Swart, P.K. and Grottoli, A. 2003. Proxy indicators of climate in coral skeletons: a perspective, Coral Reefs, 22: 313-315.
  91. Kadko, D. and Swart, P.K. 2004. The source of high heat and freshwater content of the upper ocean at the SHEBA site in the Beaufort Sea in 1997, Jour. Geophys. Res., 109, C10.1029/200JC001,734, 2004.
  92. Rosenheim, B.E., Swart, P.K. Thorrold, S.R., Willenz, P., Berry, L., Latkoczy, C., 2004. High-resolution Sr/Ca records in sclerosponges calibrated to temperature in situ, Geology,32, 145-148.
  93. Cantrell, D., Swart, P.K., and Hagerty, R.M., 2004. Genesis and characterization of dolomite Arab-D reservoir, Ghawar Field Saudi Arabia, GeoArabia, 9:1-26.
  94. Swart, P.K., Lamb, K. and Saeid, A., 2005. Temporal and Spatial Variation in the d15N and d13C of coral tissue and zooxanthellae in Montastraea faveolata collected from the Florida reef tract, Limnology and Oceanography, 50, 1049-1058.
  95. Swart, P.K. and Eberli, G.P. 2005. The Nature of  the d13C  of Periplatform Sediments: Implications for stratigraphy and the global carbon cycle, Sedimentary Geology, 175: 115-129.
  96. Swart, P.K., Cantrell, D. Westphall, H., Handford, R. and Kendall, C. 2005. Origin of dolomite in the Arab-D reservoir from the Ghawar field, Saudi Arabia: evidence from petrographic and geochemical constraints, Journal of Sedimentary Research, 75: 476-491.
  97. Reuning L., Reijmer, J.J.G., Betzler, C., Swart, P.K., and  Bauch, T.  2005. The use of paleoceanographic proxies in carbonate periplatform settings-opportunities and pitfalls, Sedimentary Geology, 175:13-152.
  98. C. Betzler, S.Saxena, P.K. Swart, A. Isern, James, N.P. 2005. Cool-water carbonate sedimentology and eustacy; Pleistocene upper slope environments, Sedimentary Geology, 175: 169-188.
  99. Rosenheim, B.E. Swart, P.K., Thorrold, S.R., Eisenhauer, A., Willenz, P. 2005.  Salinity change in the Subtropical Atlantic:  Secular increase and teleconnections to the North Atlantic Oscillation, Geophys. Research Letters. , L02603, doi:10.1029/2004GL021499,2005.  
  100. Swart, P.K., A.  Szmant, J. Porter, R.  E. Dodge J. Tougas and J.  Southam, 2005. The Isotopic Composition of Respired Carbon Dioxide in Scleractinian Corals: Implications for Cycling of Organic Carbon in Corals, Geochimica Cosmochimca Acta, 69: 1495-1509.
  101. Alvarez Zarikian, C.A., Swart, P. K., Gifford, J. A. and Blackwelder, P.L. 2005 Holocene Paleohydrology of Little Salt Spring, Florida, based on ostracod assemblages and stable isotopes. Palaeogeography, Palaeoecology, Palaeclimatology, 225, 134-156.
  102. Rosenheim, B. E., P. K. Swart, et al. 2005 Minor and trace elements in sclerosponge Ceratoporella nicholsoni:  Biogenic aragonite near the inorganic end member Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology , 228, 109-129.
  103. Greer, L. and Swart, P. K. Decadal Cyclicity of Regional Mid-Holocene Precipitation: Evidence from Dominican Coral Proxies, Paleoceanography,    21, PA2020, doi:10.1029/2005PA001166, 2006.
  104. Price, R. M.,  Swart , P. K. & Fourqurean, J. W.,  Coastal groundwater discharge - an additional source of phosphorus for the oligotrophic wetlands of the Everglades, In: Interaction of hydrology and nutrients in controlling ecosystem function in oligotrophic coastal environments of South Florida, Ed: Joel C. Trexler, Evelyn E. Gaiser, & Daniel L. Childers, Hydrobiologia, 569, 23-36.
  105. Moses, C. S. and Swart, P. K., Stable isotope and growth records in corals from the island of Tobago, Not simply a record of the Orinoco, Proceedings of the 10th International Coral Reef Symposium, Okinawa, 508-587.
  106. Eakin, M., C., Swart, P.K., Quinn, T.M., Helmle, K.P., Smith, J.P. and Dodge, R.E., Application of palaeoclimatology to coral reef monitoring and management, Proceedings of the 10th International Coral Reef Symposium, Okinawa, 588-596.
  107. Moses, C.M., Rosenheim, B.E. and Swart, P.K. Evidence of Multi-decadal salinity variability in the Eastern Tropical Atlantic, Palaeoceanography, 21, PA3010, doi10.1029/2005PA001257.
  108. Andres, M., Summer, D.Y., Reid, P., Swart. P.K., 2006 Isotopic Fingerprints of Microbial Respiration in Aragonite from Bahamian Stromatolites, Geology, 34, 973-976.
  109. Moses C.S., Swart P.K., Dodge R.E. Calibration of stable oxygen  isotopes in Siderastrea radians (Cnidaria:Scleractinia): Implications for slow-growing corals.     Geochem. Geophys. Geosys., 7, Q09007, doi:10.1029/2005GC001196.
  110. Katz, D., Eberli, G.P. Swart, P.K., and L.B. Smith Jr., Tectonic-hydrothermal brecciation associated with calcite precipitation and permeability destruction in Mississippian carbonate reservoirs, Montana and Wyoming, AAPG Bulletin , 90, 1803-1841.
  111. Rosenheim, B.E. and Swart, P.K. 2007 Caribbean sclerosponge radiocarbon measurements re-interpreted in terms of U/Th age models, Nuclear Instruments and Methods B, 259, 274-278.
  112. Price, R.M., Nuttle, W. and Swart, P.K. 2007  Variation in evaporation from a subtropical estuary: Florida Bay, Estuaries, 30, 1-10.
  113. Rosenheim, B.E., Swart, P.K., Eisenhauer, A. 2007 Constraining Initial 230Th Activity in Incrementally Deposited Biogenic Aragonite from the Bahamas, Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta, 71, 4025-4035.
  114. U. G. Wortmann, B. Chernyavsky. S. M. Bernasconi, B. Brunner, M. E. Böttcher, Swart, P.K. Oxygen isotope biogeochemistry of pore water sulfate in the deep biosphere: Dominance of isotope exchange reactions with ambient water during microbial sulfate reduction (ODP Site 1130),Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta
  115. Katz, D., Swart, P .K., Eberli, G.P. 2008 Carbon isotopic variation in the Madison formation Wyoming, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology
  116. Lamb, K. And Swart, P.K. 2008. The Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopic Values of Particulate Organic Material from the Florida Keys: A Temporal and Spatial Study, Coral Reefs
  117. Ehrenberg, S.N., Svana, T.A., Swart, P.K., 2008. Uranium depletion across the Permian–Triassic boundary in Middle East carbonates: Signature of oceanic anoxia, American Association Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, 92: 691-707.
  118. Price, R.M., Swart. P.K., and Willoughby, H. 2008. Seasonal and regional variation in the stable isotopic composition ( 18O and D) of precipitation in south Florida, Journal of Hydrology
  119. Swart, P.K. 2008. Global Synchronous Changes in the Carbon Isotopic Composition of Carbonate Sediments Unrelated to Changes in the Global Carbon Cycle, Proc Nat. Acad. Sci. 105:13741-13745
  120. A. Oleinik, L. Marincovich, Jr., K. Barinov, P.K. Swart, 2008.  Magnitude of Middle Miocene warming in North pacific high latitudes: stable isotope evidence from Kaheharaia (Bivalvia, Dosiniidae).  Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Japan, vol. 59 (7/8), p. 39-53.
  121. Reijmer JJ, Swart PK, Roth S, Bauch T, Zechel S, Otto, R. 2009. A reevaluation of facies variations on Great Bahama Bank. In: Swart PK, Eberli GP, McKenzie JA (eds) Perspectives in Carbonate Geology: A Tribute to the Career of Robert Nathan Ginsburg, IAS Special Publication 41. Blackwell, Oxford, 29-46.
  122. Gischler, E. Swart, P.K., Lomando, A. 2009. Stable isotopes of carbon and oxygen in modern sediments of carbonate platforms, barrier reefs, atolls, and ramps: patterns and implications, Perspective in Carbonate Geology: A Tribute to the Career of Robert Nathan Ginsburg, IAS Special Publication 41(Swart, P.K. , Eberli, G.P, McKenzie, J Ed), IAS Special Publication. Blackwell, Oxford , 61-74.
  123. Swart, P.K., Reijmer, J.J.G., Otto, R., 2009. Geochemical Facies of Great Bahama Bank,Perspective in Carbonate Geology: A Tribute to the Career of Robert Nathan Ginsburg, IAS Special Publication 41 (Swart, P.K. , Eberli, G.P, McKenzie, J Ed), IAS Special Publication. Blackwell, Oxford, 47-60.
  124. Stalker, J.C., Price, R.M., Swart, P.K. 2009. Determining Spatial and Temporal Inputs of Freshwater, Including Groundwater Discharge, to a Subtropical Estuary using Geochemical Tracers, Biscayne Bay, South Florida, Estuaries,DOI 10.1007/s12237-009-9155-y
  125. Rosenheim, R.E, Swart, P.K. and Willenz, P. 2009. Calibration of sclerosponges oxygen isotope records to temperature using high-resolution data, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 17, 5308-5319.
  126. Matteo, I, Durbin, E.G., Appeldorn, R., Adams, A., Juanes, F., Kingsley, R., Swart, P.K., The role of mangroves as nurseries for French grunt Haemulon flavolineatum and schoolmaster Lutjanus apodus assessed by otolith elemental fingerprints, Marine Ecology Progress Series, doi: 10.3354
  127. Matteo, I, Durbin, E.G., Bengston, D.A., Kingsley, R., Swart, P.K., Durant, D., Spatial and temporal variation in otolith chemistry of tautog (Tautoga onitis, Fisheries Bulletin, 108; 155-161.
  128. Swart, P.K., Greer, L., Rosenheim, B.E., Moses, C., Winter, A., Helmle, K., and Dodge, R.E. 13C Suess effect in scleractinian corals mirror changes in the anthropogenic CO2 inventory of the surface oceans, Geophysical Res. Letts. 37, L05604, doi: 10.1029/2009GL041397.
  129. Giebel, B.M., Swart, P.K., and Riemer, D.D., 2011. New Insights to the Use of Ethanol in Automotive Fuels: A Stable Isotopic Tracer for Fossil- and Bio-Fuel Combustion Inputs to the Atmosphere: Environmental Science & Technology, v. 45, p. 6661-6669.
  130. Oikawa, P.Y., Giebel, B., Sternberg, L.S.L., Li, L., Timko, M.P., Swart, P.K., Riemer, D.D., Mak, J.E., Lerdau, M.T. 2011. Leaf and root pectin methylesterase activity and 13C/12C stable isotopic ratio measurements of methanol emissions give insight into methanol production in Lycopersicon esculentum, New Phytologist,
  131. Helmle, K., Dodge, R.E., Swart, P.K., Eakin, M, and Gledhill, D. 2011. Growth rates of Florida corals from 1937 to 1996 and their relationship to climate change Nature Communications, 2, 215.
  132. Giebel, B. M., P. K. Swart, and D. D. Riemer. 2011. d13C stable isotope analysis of atmospheric oxygenated volatile organic compounds by gas chromatography-isotope ratio mass spectrometry. Anal. Chem. 82: 6797-6806.
  133. Oehlert, A. Devlin, Q., Mackenzie, G.J., Lamb-Wozniak, K., Swart, P.K., 2012. The Stable Carbon Isotopic Composition of Organic Material in Platform Derived Sediments: Implications for Reconstructing the Global Carbon Cycle, Sedimentology, 59, 319-335
  134. Swart, P.K. and Kennedy, M.J. 2012. Does the Global Stratigraphic Reproducibility of d13C in Neoproterozoic Carbonates Require a Marine Origin?  A Plio-Pleistocene Comparison, Geology, 40: 87-90.
  135. Lamb-Wozniak, K., Swart, P.K. and Altabet, M.  2012. Nitrogen  and Carbon Isotopic Systematics of the Florida Reef Tract, Bull Mar Sci , 1: 119-146.
  136. Mateo, I, Durbin, E. G., Bengtson, D.A., Kingsley, R., Swart, P.K. and Durant, D. 2012. Spatial and Temporal Variation in Otolith Chemistry for Tautog (Tautoga onitis) along the US Northeast Coast, Northeastern Naturalist, 19:201-216.
  137. Price, R.M., Skrzpek, G, Grierson, P.F., Swart, P.K. and Fourqurean, J.F. 2012. The use of stable isotopes of oxygen and hydrogen to identify different water sources in two hypersaline estuaries with different hydrologic regimes, Marine and Freshwater Research.
  138. Okazaki, R.R., Swart, P.K. and Langdon, C. (2013) Stress-tolerant corals of Florida Bay are vulnerable to ocean acidification. Coral Reefs DOI 10.1007/s00338-013-1015-3
  139. Klaus, J.S., Murray, S., Swart, P.K. and McNeill, D.F. Resource partitioning and paleoecology of Neogene free-living corals as determined from skeletal stable isotope composition. Bulletin of Marine Science In Press.
  140. Swart, P.K. Coral Canaries of the sea, Trees of the Ocean Nature Education Knowledge 4(3):5
  141. Arienzo, M. M., P. K. Swart, and H. B. Vonhof. Measurement of δ18O and δ2H values of fluid inclusion water in speleothems using cavity ring-down spectroscopy compared with isotope ratio mass spectrometry. Rapid Communication in Mass Spectrometry 27:1-9.
  142. Swart, P. K., W. T. Anderson, M. A. Altabet, C. Drayer, and S. Bellmund. 2013. Sources of dissolved inorganic nitrogen in a coastal lagoon adjacent to a major metropolitan area, Miami Florida (USA). Applied Geochemistry 38:134-146.
  143. Arienzo, M. M., P. K. Swart, and H. B. Vonhof. 2013. Measurement of δ18O and δ2H values of fluid inclusion water in speleothems using cavity ring-down spectroscopy compared with isotope ratio mass spectrometry. Rapid Communication in Mass Spectrometry 27:1-9.
  144. Swart, P.K., Evans, S., Capo. T., and Altabet, M.A, 2014. The fractionation of nitrogen and oxygen isotopes in macroalgae during the assimilation of nitrate, Biogeosciences, 11, 6147-6157.
  145. Straus, J., Oleinik, A., Swart, P.K. 2014. Stable isotope profiles from subtropical marine gastropods of the family Fasciolariidae: growth histories and relationships to local environmental conditions, Marine Biology, 161, 1593-1602.
  146. Oehlert, A.M. and Swart, P.K., 2014. Interpreting carbonate and organic carbon isotope covariance in the sedimentary record, Nature Communications, 5, 10.1038/ncomms5672.
  147. Swart, P.K., Oehlert, A., Mackenzie, GJ, Eberli, GP, and Reijmer, JJG, 2014. The fertilization of the Bahamas by Saharan dust: A trigger for carbonate precipitation? Geology,42, 671-674.
  148. Murphy, L.N., Clement, A.C., Albani, S., Mahowald, N.M., Swart, P. K. and Arienzo, M.M. 2014. Simulated changes in atmospheric dust in response to a Heinrich stadial. Paleocean. 29, 2013PA002550.
  149. Mackenzie, G.J., Schaffner, F., Swart, P.K. 2015. The stable isotopic composition of carbonate (C & O) and the organic Matrix (C & N) in water bird eggshells from South Florida: Insights into feeding ecology, timing of egg formation, and geographic range, Hydrobiologia, 743: 89-108.
  150. Harris, P.M., Purkis, S.J., Ellis, J., Swart, P.K. and Reijmer, J.J.G., Mapping water-depth and depositional facies on Great Bahama Bank, Sedimentology, 62: 555-589.
  151. Waite, A. and Swart, P.K. Inversion of aragonite to calcite during the sampling of skeletal archives: Implications for proxy interpretation, Rapid Communication in Mass Spectrometry, 29:955-964.
  152. Stewart, J.A., Gutjahr, M., Pearce, F., Swart, P.K. and Foster, G.L.  Boron and meteoric diagenesis: Questioning the fidelity of Snowball Earth δ11B excursions, Geology, 43: 627-634.
  153. Galfond, B., Riemer, D., Swart, P.K., Analysis of signal to noise ratio of δ13C CO2 measurements at carbon capture utilization and storage injection sites. International Journal of Greenhouse Gases
  154. Alvaro, Lapen, TJ, Rosenheim and Swart, P. K. Ventilation timescales of the N. Atlantic Subtropical Cell revealed by coral radiocarbon from the Cape Verde Islands, Paleoceanography
  155. Sharifi, A,., Pourmand, A., Canuel, E.A., Fere-Tyler, E., Peterson, L.C., Aichner, B., Feakins, S.J., Daryaee, T., Djamali, M., Beni, N., Lahijani, A.K., Swart, P.K. Abrupt climate change over the interior of West Asia since the last deglaciation period: The hand that rocked the Cradle of Civilization? Quaternary Science Reviews
  156. Pederson, C., McNeill, D., Klaus, J., and Swart, P.K. Deposition and diagenesis of microbial oncolites: Implications for the preservation of microbial signatures, Journal of Sedimentary Research.
  157. Swart, P.K. The Geochemistry of Carbonate Diagenesis: The Past, Present and Future, Sedimentology, 62:1233-1304
  158. Arienzo, M., Swart, P.K., Pourmand, A. Broad, K., Clement, A.C.,  Murphy, LN., Vonhof, H.B., Kakuk B., Bahamian speleothem reveals temperature decrease associated with Heinrich stadials, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 430, 377-386.
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