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  1. Stringari, C.E., Harris, D.L., Power, H.E. 2019. A Novel Machine Learning Algorithm for Tracking Remotely Sensed Waves in the Surf Zone. Coastal Engineering (Accepted).

  2. Harris, D.L., Power, H.E., Kinsela, M.A., Webster, J.M., Vila-Concejo, A., 2018. Variability of depth-limited waves in coral reef surf zones. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 211, 36-44.

  3. Harris, D.L., Rovere, A., Casella, E., Power, H., Canavesio, R., Collin, A., Pomeroy, A., Webster, J.M., Parravicini, V., 2018. Coral reef structural complexity provides important coastal protection from waves under rising sea levels. Science Advances, 4(2).

  4. Lau, A.A., Terry, J.P., Ziegler, A., Pratap, A. and Harris, D., 2018. Boulder emplacement and remobilisation by cyclone and submarine landslide tsunami waves near Suva City, Fiji. Sedimentary Geology. 364, 242-257

  5. Norman, K., Inglis, J., Clarkson, C., Faith, T., Shulmeister, J., and Harris, D. 2018. An early colonisation pathway into northwest Australia 70-60,000 years ago. Quaternary Science Reviews. 180, 229-239.

  6. Rovere, A., Casella, E., Harris, D.L., Lorscheid, T., Nandasena, N.A., Dyer, B., Sandstrom, M.R., Stocchi, P., D’Andrea, W.J. and Raymo, M.E., 2017. Giant boulders and Last Interglacial storm intensity in the North Atlantic. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114(46), 12144-12149.

  7. Gacutan, J., Vila-Concejo, A., Nothdurft, L.D., Fellowes, T.E., Cathey, H.E., Opdyke, B.N., Harris, D.L., Hamylton, S., Carvalho, R.C., Byrne, M., and Webster, J.M. 2017. Mg/Ca and Sr/Ca as novel geo- chemical proxies for understanding sediment transport processes within coral reefs. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 197, 54-68.

  8. Stringari, C. E., Harris, D. L., and Power, H. E. 2017. Quantifying the fraction of broken waves on a high energy East Coast Australian beach. Australasian Coasts and Ports 2017: Working with Nature, 429.

  9. Fellowes, T.E., Gacutan, J., Harris, D.L., Vila-Concejo, A., Webster, J.M., Byrne, M. 2017. Pat- terns of Sediment Transport Using Foraminifera Tracers across Sand Aprons on the Great Barrier Reef. Journal of Coastal Research 33(4), 864-873.

  10. Casella, E., Rovere, A., Harris, D.L., Parravicini, V., Ferse, S. 2017. Mapping coral reefs using drones and Structure from Motion techniques. Coral Reefs 36(1), 269-275

  11. Rovere, A., Raymo, M.E, Vacchi, M., Lorscheid, T., Gomez Pujol, L., Harris, D.L., Casella, E., OLeary, M.J., Hearty, P.J. 2016. Shorelines of the Last Interglacial (MIS 5e): a field perspective. Earth Science Reviews 159, 404-427

  12. Bryson, M., Duce, S., Harris, D.L., Webster, J.M, Vila-Concejo, A., Williams, S. 2016. Geomorphic changes of a coral shingle cay measured using kite aerial photography. Geomorphology 270, 1-8

  13. Dechnik, B, Webster, J.M., Nothdurft, L., Webb, G.E., Zhao, J., Duce, S., Braga, J., Harris, D.L., Vila-Concejo, A., Puotinen, M., 2016. Influence of hydrodynamic energy on Holocene reef flat accretion, Great Barrier Reefs. Quaternary Research 85 (1), 44-53.

  14. Harris, D.L., Vila-Concejo, A., Power, H.E., Webster, J.M., 2015b. Spatial variations in wave transformation and sediment entrainment on a coral reef sand apron. Marine Geology. Marine Geology 363, 220-229.

  15. Harris, D.L., Webster, J.M., Vila-Concejo, A., 2015a. Late-Holocene sea level fall and turn-off of reef platform carbonate production: Re-thinking bucket fill and Holocene reef growth models. Geology 43 (2), 175-178.

  16. Harris, D.L., Vila-Concejo, A., Webster, J.M., 2014. Geomorphology and sediment transport on a submerged back-reef sand apron. Geomorphology, 222, 132-142.

  17. Vila-Concejo, A., Harris, D.L., Power, H.E., Shannon, A.M., Webster, J.M., 2014. Sediment trans- port and mixing depth on a coral reef sand apron. Geomorphology, 222

  18. Harris, D.L., Vila-Concejo, A., 2013. Wave transformation on a coral reef rubble platform. Journal of Coastal Research, SI 65, 506-510

  19. Vila-Concejo, A., Harris, D.L., Shannon, A.M., Webster, J.M., Power, H.E., 2013. Coral reef sediment dynamics: evidence of sand-apron evolution on a daily and decadal scale. Journal of Coastal Research, SI 65, 606-611.

  20. Gischler, E., Dietrich, S., Harris, D.L., Webster, J.M. and Ginsburg, R.N., 2013. A comparative study of modern carbonate mud in reefs and carbonate platforms: mostly biogenic, not precipitated. Sedimentary Geology, 292, 36-55

  21. Benavente, J., Harris, D.L., Austin, T.P., Vila-Concejo, A., 2011. Medium term behaviour and evolution of beach cusps system in a low energy beach, Port Stephens, NSW, Australia. Journal of Coastal Research, SI 64, 170-174.

  22. Harris, D.L., Vila-Concejo, A., De Carli, E.V., Webster, J.M., 2011. Geomorphology and morphodynamics of a sand apron, One Tree Reef, southern Great Barrier Reef. Journal of Coastal Research, SI 64, 760-764.

  23. Vila-Concejo, A., Austin, T.P., Harris, D.L., Hughes, M.G., Short, A.D., Ranasinghe, R., 2011. Estuarine beach evolution in relation to a flood-tide delta. Journal of Coastal Research, SI 64, 190-194.

  24. Vila-Concejo, A., Harris, D.L., Power, H.E., 2015. Sand transport in coral reefs: are lagoons infilling?, The Proceedings of the Coastal Sediments 2015. World Scientific.

  25. Rovere, A., Casella, E., Harris, D.L., Lorscheid, T., Nandasena, N.A.K., Dyer, B., Sandstrom, M.R., Stocchi, P., D’Andrea, W.J., Raymo, M.E., 2018. Reply to Hearty and Tormey: Use the scientific method to test geologic hypotheses, because rocks do not whisper. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115(13), E2904-E2905.