Revital Bookman (Ken-Tor)
Revital Bookman (Ken-Tor)
Dept. of Marine Geosciences, CSMS, University of Haifa, Israel
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Late Holocene climates of the Near East deduced from Dead Sea level variations and modern regional winter rainfall
Y Enzel, R Bookman (Ken-Tor), D Sharon, H Gvirtzman, U Dayan, B Ziv, ...
Quaternary Research 60 (3), 263-273, 2003
Late Holocene lake levels of the Dead Sea
R Bookman (Ken-Tor), Y Enzel, A Agnon, M Stein
Geological Society of America Bulletin 116 (5-6), 555-571, 2004
Recurrence pattern of Holocene earthquakes along the Dead Sea transform revealed by varve-counting and radiocarbon dating of lacustrine sediments
C Migowski, A Agnon, R Bookman, JFW Negendank, M Stein
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 222 (1), 301-314, 2004
High‐resolution geological record of historic earthquakes in the Dead Sea basin
R Ken‐Tor, A Agnon, Y Enzel, M Stein, S Marco, JFW Negendank
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 106 (B2), 2221-2234, 2001
Quaternary lake levels in the Dead Sea basin: two centuries of research
R Bookman, Y Bartov, Y Enzel, M Stein
Assessing the ecological status of seagrasses using morphology, biochemical descriptors and microbial community analyses. A study in Halophila stipulacea (Forsk.) Aschers …
AY Mejia, A Rotini, F Lacasella, R Bookman, MC Thaller, R Shem-Tov, ...
Ecological Indicators 60, 1150-1163, 2016
Local to regional emission sources affecting mercury fluxes to New York lakes
R Bookman, CT Driscoll, DR Engstrom, SW Effler
Atmospheric Environment 42 (24), 6088-6097, 2008
New perspectives on coastal landscape reconstruction during the Late Quaternary: A test case from central Israel
G Shtienberg, JK Dix, J Roskin, N Waldmann, R Bookman, OM Bialik, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 468, 503-519, 2017
Natural and human controls of the Holocene evolution of the beach, aeolian sand and dunes of Caesarea (Israel)
J Roskin, D Sivan, G Shtienberg, E Roskin, N Porat, R Bookman
Aeolian Research 19, 65-85, 2015
Impact of earthquakes on agriculture during the Roman–Byzantine period from pollen records of the Dead Sea laminated sediment
SAG Leroy, S Marco, R Bookman, CS Miller
Quaternary Research 73 (2), 191-200, 2010
Temporal changes in radiocarbon reservoir age in the Dead Sea-Lake Lisan system
M Stein, C Migowski, R Bookman, B Lazar
Radiocarbon 46 (2), 649-655, 2004
Using palynology to re-assess the Dead Sea laminated sediments–indeed varves?
L López-Merino, SAG Leroy, A Eshel, V Epshtein, R Belmaker, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 140, 49-66, 2016
Precision of calibrated radiocarbon ages of historic earthquakes in the Dead Sea basin
R Ken-Tor, M Stein, Y Enzel, A Agnon, S Marco, JFW Negendank
Radiocarbon 43 (3), 1371-1382, 2001
Constraints on aragonite precipitation in the Dead Sea from geochemical measurements of flood plumes
R Belmaker, B Lazar, M Stein, N Taha, R Bookman
Quaternary Science Reviews 221, 105876, 2019
An Early Islamic inter-settlement agroecosystem in the coastal sand of the Yavneh dunefield, Israel
I Taxel, D Sivan, R Bookman, J Roskin
Journal of Field Archaeology 43 (7), 551-569, 2018
A late Pleistocene linear dune dam record of aeolian-fluvial dynamics at the fringes of the northwestern Negev dunefield
J Roskin, R Bookman, DE Friesem, J Vardi
Sedimentary Geology 353, 76-95, 2017
The effect of bioturbation in pelagic sediments: lessons from radioactive tracers and planktonic foraminifera in the Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea
Z Steiner, B Lazar, S Levi, S Tsroya, O Pelled, R Bookman, J Erez
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 194, 139-152, 2016
Spatial and temporal assessment of oil spills in the Mediterranean Sea
S Polinov, R Bookman, N Levin
Marine Pollution Bulletin 167, 112338, 2021
Current depositional environments at the Dead Sea margins as indicators of past lake levels
Y Bartov, R Bookman, Y Enzel
A 45 kyr laminae record from the Dead Sea: Implications for basin erosion and floods recurrence
Y Lu, R Bookman, N Waldmann, S Marco
Quaternary Science Reviews 229, 106143, 2020
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