Articles Published in Refereed Journals
Foyle, A. (Primary Author) (2013). Groundwater flux as a determinant of coastal-zone upland loss: a case study from the Pennsylvania coast of Lake Erie, USA. Environmental Earth Sciences, DOI 10.1007/s12665-013-2849-2, 14pp. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12665-013-2849-2.
Foyle, A.M. (principal author) and M.D. Naber (co-author). Decade-scale Coastal Bluff Retreat from LiDAR Data: Lake Erie Coast of NW Pennsylvania, USA. Environmental Earth Sciences Journal. Online DO1 10, 1007/s12665-011-1425-x, 2011.
Oertel, G.F. (principal author), T.R. Allen (co-author), and A.M. Foyle (co-author). The Influence of Drainage Hierarchy on Pathways of Barrier Retreat: An Example from Chincoteague Bight, Virginia, U.S.A. Southeastern Geology. 45(3):179-201, (2008).
Foyle, A.F. (principal author) and K.P. Norton (co-author). Geo-Feasibility of In-Situ Sediment Capping in a Great Lakes Urban Estuary: A Sediment Budget Assessment. Environmental Geology. 53:271-282, (2007).
Foyle, A.M. (principal author) and K.P. Norton (co-author). Sediment Loading During the 20th Century in Presque Isle Bay, Lake Erie, Pennsylvania. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 32:697-711, (2006).
Foyle, A.M. (principal author) and K.P. Norton (co-author). Late Holocene Nearshore Change at a Nontidal Transgressive Systems Tract Strandplain Complex, Presque Isle, Pennsylvania, USA. Journal of Coastal Research. 22(2):406-423, (2006).
Swift, D.J.P. (principal author), B.S. Parsons (co-author), A.M. Foyle (co-author), and G.F. Oertel (co-author). Between Beds and Sequences: Stratigraphic Organization at Intermediate Scales in the Quaternary of the Virginia Coast, USA. Sedimentology. 50:81-111, (2003).
Foyle, A.M. (principal author), V.J. Henry (co-author), and C.R. Alexander (contributing author). Mapping the Threat of Seawater Intrusion in a Regional Coastal Aquifer-Aquitard System in the Southeastern United States. Environmental Geology. 43:151-159 (December 2002).
Refereed Government Publications
Foyle, A.M. (principal author), V.J. Henry (co-author), and C.R. Alexander (contributing author). The Miocene Aquitard and the Floridan Aquifer of the Georgia/South Carolina Coast: Geophysical Mapping of Potential Seawater Intrusion Sites. Georgia Geologic Survey Bulletin 132. Georgia Department of Natural Resources Environmental Protection Division, Atlanta, GA, 2001. 78 pp. (2002).