My research focuses on reconstructing the history of sea-level change on all time scales from 100+ million year to the last few thousand years. I am interested in projections of sea level rise in this century and its effects particularly on New Jersey.
Miller, 2018 - Sedimentology, stratigraphic context, and implications of Miocene intrashelf bottomset deposits, offshore New Jersey.DM Hodgson, JV Browning, KG Miller, SP Hesselbo, M Poyatos-Moré, GS Mountain, J-N Proust. 2018. Sedimentology, stratigraphic context, and implications of Miocene intrashelf bottomset deposits, offshore New Jersey. Geosphere.
Miller, Kopp, Fan, 2018 - The Role of Sediment Compaction and Groundwater Withdrawal in Local Sea-Level Rise, Sandy Hook, New Jersey, USAJohnson, C. S., K. G. Miller, J. V. Browning, R. E. Kopp, N. S. Khan, Y. Fan, S. D. Stanford, and B. P. Horton (2018). The Role of Sediment Compaction and Groundwater Withdrawal in Local Sea-Level Rise, Sandy Hook, New Jersey, USA. Quaternary Science Reviews 181, 30–42. doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.11. 031.
Wright and Miller - 2017. Hyrdographic and ecologic implications of foraminiferal stable isotopics reponse across the US mid-Atlantic continental shelf suring the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal MaximumMaria Makarova, James D Wright, Kenneth G Miller, Tali L Babila, Yair Rosenthal, Jill I Park. (2017). Hydrographic and ecologic implications of foraminiferal stable isotopic response across the US mid‐Atlantic continental shelf during the Paleocene‐Eocene Thermal Maximum. Journal of Paleoceanography. Vol. 32, Issue 1, pg. 56-73. DOI: 10.1002/2016PA002985.