Murphy, PJ, Faulkner, TL, Lord, TC and Thorp, JA. 2015. The caves of Giggleswick Scar – examples of deglacial speleogenesis? Cave and Karst Science 42 (1) 42-53.
Faulkner, T. 2014. The future of Geomorphology lies underground. British Geomorphological Society Annual Meeting: Manchester 2014. Abstract.
Checkley, D and Faulkner, T. 2014. Scallop measurement in a 10m-high vadose canyon in Pool Sink,
Ease Gill Cave System, Yorkshire Dales, UK and a hypothetical post-deglacial canyon entrenchment timescale. Cave and Karst Science 42 (2) 76-83.
Faulkner, T. 2013. A methodology to estimate the age of caves in northern latitudes, using Toerfjellhola in Norway as an example. Sixteenth International Speleological Congress. Proceedings Volume 3, 342-348.
Faulkner, TL. 2013. Book review. Speleothem Science: From Process to Past Environments. IJ Fairchild and A Baker. Wiley-Blackwell, 432pp (2012). Quaternary Science Reviews 80, 204-205.
Faulkner, T. 2013. Comments to Wilson et al.(2012a) – ‘Surface lowering of limestone pavements as determined by cosmogenic (36Cl) analysis’. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 38 (7) 763-764.
Faulkner, T. 2013. Speleogenesis and scallop formation and demise under hydraulic control and other recharge regimes. Cave and Karst Science 40 (3) 113-132.
Faulkner, T. 2012. How did the Yorkshire Dales deglaciate? Yorkshire Geological Society Circular 572 7-8. Cave and Karst Science 39 (1) 39-40.
Faulkner, T. 2012. Swedish Ice-dammed lakes: a postscript. Grottan 47 (1) 10-11.
Faulkner, T. 2012. Marin påvirkning og grottene ved Aunhatten og Langskjellighatten, Brønnøy. Norsk Grotteblad (58) 11-22, 48-49.
O’Regan, HJ, Faulkner, T and Smith, IR (eds.) 2012. Cave Archaeology and karst geomorphology of north west England: Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association, London. 186pp.
Faulkner, T. 2012. The Devensian deglaciation and a discussion of the Raistrick evidence. In O’Regan, HJ, Faulkner, T and Smith, IR (eds.) Cave Archaeology and karst geomorphology of north west England: Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association, London, 46-56.
Faulkner, T. 2012. A challenge for karst geomorphology. In O’Regan, HJ, Faulkner, T and Smith, IR (eds.) Cave Archaeology and karst geomorphology of north west England: Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association, London, 154-156.
Faulkner, T. 2011. Ice-dammed lakes in the central Swedish Mountains. Grottan 46 (1) 16-25.
Faulkner, T. 2011. Gjensyn med Jordbruelva. Norsk Grotteblad (56) 16-30, 32.
Faulkner, T. 2011. A simple model for the deglaciation of Central Scandinavia. QRA Annual Discussion Meeting – Palaeohydrology: Learning lessons from the past. Programme and Abstracts Volume. 2pp. Abstracts of talk and poster.
Faulkner, T. 2011. Two new papers on glaciations and speleogenesis in the Yorkshire Dales. Cave and Karst Science 38 (2) p103.
Faulkner, T. 2010. An external model of speleogenesis during Quaternary glacial cycles in the marbles of Central Scandinavia. Cave and Karst Science37 (3) 79-92.
Faulkner, T. 2010. Conference Review – Ancient Human Occupation of Britain Conference: New insights on Early Humans, Cave Occupations and Quaternary Glaciations. Cave and Karst Science37 (1) 29-30.
Faulkner, T. 2010. Limestone pavement erosion rates and rainfall. Cave and Karst Science36 (3) 94-95.
Faulkner, T. 2010. Relationships between cave dimensions and local catchment areas in Central Scandinavia: implications for speleogenesis. Cave and Karst Science36 (1) 11-20.
Faulkner, T. 2009. A new speleogenetic paradigm from Central Scandinavia and its relevance for northern caves. National Speleological Society News67 (9) 3-9.
Faulkner, T. 2009. The general model of cave development in the metalimestones of the Caledonide terranes. Proceedings of the fifteenth International Speleological Congress, Kerrville, USA. Vol. 2 863-870.
Faulkner, T. 2009. Speleogenesis of the New England marble caves. Proceedings of the fifteenth International Speleological Congress, Kerrville, USA. Vol. 2 855-862.
Faulkner, T. 2009. The endokarstic erosion of marble in cold climates: Corbel revisited. Progress in Physical Geography33 (6) 805-814.
Faulkner, TL and Hunt, CO. 2009. Holocene deposits from Neptune’s Cave, Nordland, Norway: environmental interpretation and relation to the deglacial and emergence history of the Velfjord–Tosenfjord area. Boreas38 691-704.
Faulkner, T. 2008. The top-down, middle-outwards, model of cave development in central Scandinavian marbles. Cave and Karst Science34 (1) 3-16.
Faulkner, T. 2008. Book review: Karst Hydrogeology and Geomorphology by Derek Ford and Paul Williams, John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2007, 562pp. Cave and Karst Science34 (1) 40-41.
Faulkner, T. 2008. Book review: Cave Geology by Professor AN Palmer, Cave Books, Ohio, 454pp. International Journal of Speleology37 (1) “85-86”.
Faulkner, T. 2007. Scientific note: Geothermal Speleogenesis. Cave and Karst Science33 (3) p137
Faulkner, T. 2007. Book review: Hypogene Speleogenesis: Hydrogeological and morphogenetic perspective by Dr. AB Klimchouk, National Cave and Karst Research Institute Special Paper No. 1, 2007, 106pp. Cave and Karst Science33 (3) 138-141.
Faulkner, T. 2007. A reply to Preece and Andrews, 2007: “Tufa formation at the Lateglacial / Holocene transition: comments on the article by Trevor Faulkner”. Quaternary Newsletter(112) 31-32.
Faulkner, T.2007. The hydrogeology of crystalline rocks as supporting evidence for tectonic inception in some epigean endokarsts. Cave and Karst Science33 (2) 55-64.
Faulkner, T.2007. The one-eighth relationship that constrains deglacial seismicity and cave development in Caledonide marbles. Acta Carsologica36 (2) 195-202.
Faulkner, T.2007. How many caves are there in south Nordland? Norsk Grotteblad(48) 22–24, 48–49.
Faulkner, T. 2007. How many caves are there in the central Swedish Caledonides? Grottan42 (3) 19-26
Faulkner, T.2006. Possible explanations for the transition from palaeosol to tufa deposition at some Holocene sites in the Mendip area, Somerset. Quaternary Newsletter(110) 10–14.
Faulkner, T.2006. Limestone dissolution in phreatic conditions at maximum rates and in pure, cold, water. Cave and Karst Science33 (1) 11–20.
Faulkner, T. 2006. Tectonic inception in Caledonide marbles. Acta Carsologica35 (1) 7–21.
Faulkner, T. 2006. The impact of the deglaciation of central Scandinavia on karst caves and the implications for Craven’s limestone landscape. Proceedings of the North Craven Historical Research Group – Oct 2006 workshop: Re-thinking Craven’s Limestone Landscape, 3–8.
Faulkner, T.2006. Book review: Essential sources in cave science - BCRA Cave Studies Series no.16. International Journal of Speleology35 (2) 108–109.
Faulkner, TL. 2005. Cave inception and development in Caledonide metacarbonate rocks. PhD Thesis. University of Huddersfield.
Faulkner, T. 2005. Modification of cave entrances in Norway by marine action. Proceedings of the fourteenth International Speleological Congress, Athens (CD). Paper 069: 6pp.
Faulkner, T.2004. Scallops and dissolution rate. Cave and Karst Science31 (1). Forum: 43–44.
Faulkner, T.2001. Cave development in central Scandinavia. Proceedings of the thirteenth International Speleological Congress (CD). Paper 155 4pp. Abstract: p106.