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Proceedings of the 14th Symposium on the Geology of The Bahamas. 2010.

Bailey, RT, JW Jenson, and AE Olsen. Algebraic Model to Predict the Freshwater Lens Thickness of an Atoll Island. p. 1-8.

Bailey, RT, JW Jenson, and AE Olsen. Numerical Modeling fo Atoll Island Hydrogeology. p. 9-17.

Birmingham, AN, JR Mylroie, JE Mylroie, and MJ Lace. Bell Hole Origin: Constraints on Developmental Mechanisms, Crooked Island, Bahamas. p. 18-30.

Curran, HA. Enigmatic Structures on Upper Pleistocene Laminar Caliche Surfaces of the Bahamas: Animal, Vegetable, or Mineral? p. 31-41.

Daehne, A and TM Niemi. Changes in Vegetation and Coastal Morphology on San Salvador, Bahamas Following Hurricane Frances in 2004. p. 42-52.

Florea, LJ, DK McGee, and JG Wynn. Stable Isotopic and Geochemical Variability within Shallow Groundwater Beneath a Hardwood Hammock and Surface Water in an Adjoining Slough (Everglades National Park, FL). p. 53-66.

Gamble, DW. Local-Scale Analysis of the Caribbean Mid-Summer Dry Spell on San Salvador, Bahamas. p. 67-74.

Godefroid, F, P Kindler, and E Samankassou. Soil Colluvium and Elevated Fossil Algal-Microbial Mat Near Alice Town (Eleuthera, Bahamas): Possible Evidence for Extreme Events and a High Sea Level During the Middle Holocene. p. 75-89.

GodeFroid, F, P Kindler, and C Nawratil de Bono. Further Evidence for a +20m Sea-Level Highstand During Marine Isotope Stage 11 From Fossil Lacustrine Sediments: Glass Window, Eleuthera, Bahamas. p. 90-106.

Hamilton, T, L Esteban, and RJ Enkin. Petrographic, Geochemical and Magnetic Properties of Carbonate Rock Formation and Low Temperature Diagenetic Alteration of Unconsolidated Sediments Accompanying the Formation of Gas Hydrate Deposits. p. 107-130.

Hormillosa, TU, AE Olsen, and JW Jenson. The Northern Guam Vadose Zone: Thirty Years of W.E.R.I. Research. p. 131-139.

Martin, JB and J Gulley. Distribution of Fresh Water on Rum Cay and Implications for Generation of Secondary Porosity. p. 140-149.

Morgan, JL and RD Lewis. Benthic Foraminiferal Assemblages at Cut Cay: A Microcosm Study of the Effects of Water Energy and Substrate Preference, San Salvador, Bahamas. p. 150-162.

Mylroie, JR and JE Mylroie. A Rapid Reconnaissance of a Quaternary Eolianite Island of Australia: Rottnest Island, with Comparisons to the Bahamas. p. 163-185.

Niemi, TM, AL Ameis, JB Murowchick, and LE Park. Anthropogenic Heavy Metals in Sediment Cores from Salt Pond, San Salvador, The Bahamas. p. 186-199.

Owen, A, B Kirkland, JE Mylroie, and B Fratesi. Serendipitous Observations of Organic Matter in Meteoric Calcite Cement in Holocene Eolian Calcarenites, San Salvador Island, Bahamas. p. 200-208.

Schwabe, SJ, EM Cathcart, and JL Carew. Elevated Levels of Heavy Metals Detected in Modern Soils and Flooded-Cave Sediment from The Bahamas. p. 209-219.

Sipahioglu, SM, LE Park, and FD Siewers. Tracking Storms Through Time: Event Deposition and Biologic Response to Storr's Lake, San Salvador Island, Bahamas. p. 220-236.

White, S. Speleogenesis in Pleistocene Limestones of Southern Australia. p. 237-249.

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