Brookes identifies two points of difference in his discussion of our re-appraisal of the Late Wisconsinan stratigraphy and chronology of southern St. George’s Bay, Newfoundland: (i) the applicability of our sedimentological model and (ii) the relation of sediments to late-glacial sea level. The latter point is the subject of a manuscript submitted for review to this journal, incorporating 91 radiocarbon dates from onshore and offshore marine records, 19 of which are reported for the first time. We, therefore, restrict our rebuttal to what we believe are the critical disagreements in field observations and interpretations that underpin...

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