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Sewall, JO and Fricke, HC, 2013, Andean-scale highlands in the Late Cretaceous Cordillera of the North American western margin, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v.362, p. 88 – 98, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2012.12.002.

Clementz, MT and Sewall, JO, 2011, Latitudinal Gradients in Greenhouse Seawater d18O: Evidence from Eocene Sirenian Tooth Enamel, Science, v. 332, p. 455 – 458, doi: 10.1126/science.1201182.

Speelman, EN, Sewall, JO, Noone, D, Huber, M, von der Heydt, A, Sinninghe Damsté, JS, and Reichart, G-J, 2010, Modeling the influence of a reduced equator-to-pole sea surface temperature gradient on the distribution of water isotopes in the Eocene, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 298, p. 57 - 65, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2010.07.026

Haug, EW, Kraal, ER, Sewall, JO, Van Dijk, M, and Chong Dias, G, 2010, Climatic and geomorphic interactions on alluvial fans in the Atacama Desert, Chile, Geomorphology, v. 121, p. 184 - 196, doi: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2010.04.005

Fricke, HC, Foreman, BZ, and Sewall, JO, 2009, Integrated climate model-oxygen isotope evidence for a North America monsoon during the Late Cretaceous, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 29, p. 11 - 21, doi:10.1016/j.epsl/2009.10.018

Sewall, JO, van de Wal, RSW, van der Zwan, K, van Oosterhout, C, Dijkstra, HA, and Scotese, CR, 2007, Climate model boundary conditions for four Cretaceous time slices, Climate of the Past, v.3, p. 647 - 657.

Sewall, JO and Sloan, LC, 2006, Come a little bit closer: A high-resolution climate study of the early Paleogene Laramide foreland. Geology, v. 34, p.81 - 84.

Sewall, JO, 2005, Precipitation shifts over western North America as a result of declining Arctic sea ice cover, the coupled system response, Earth Interactions, v. 9, p. 1 - 23.

Sewall, JO, Huber, M, and Sloan, LC, 2004, A method for using a fully coupled climate system model to generate detailed surface boundary conditions for paleoclimate modeling investigations: an early Paleogene example, Global and Planetary Change, v. 43, p. 173 - 182.

Sewall, JO and Sloan, LC, 2004, Less ice, Less tilt, Less chill: The influence of a seasonally ice-free Arctic Ocean and changing obliquity on early Paleogene climate, Geology, v. 32, p. 477-480.

Sewall, JO and Sloan, LC, Disappearing Arctic sea ice reduces available water in the American West, Geophysical Research Letters, v. 31, L06209, doi:10.1029/2003Gl019133, 2004.

Lawrence, KT, Sloan, LC, and Sewall, JO, 2003, Terrestrial climatic response to precessional orbital forcing in the Eocene, in Wing, SL, Gingerich, PD, Schmitz, B, and Thomas, E, eds., Causes and Consequences of Globally Warm Climates in the Early Paleogene: Boulder, Colorado, Geological Society of America Special Paper 369, p. 65-77.

Sewall JO, Sloan LC, 2001, Equable Paleogene climates: The result of a stable, positive Arctic Oscillation? Geophysical Research Letters, v. 28, p. 3693-3695.

Sloan LC, Huber M, Crowley TJ, Sewall JO, Baum S, 2001, Effect of sea surface temperature configuration on model simulations of "equable" climate in the Early Eocene. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, v.167, p. 321-335.

Sewall, JO, Sloan, LC, Huber, M, and Wing, SL, 2000, Climate sensitivity to changes in land surface characteristics. Global and Planetary Change, v. 26, p. 445-465.