Quantifying Rates and Processes of Landscape Evolution - Special Issue, November 2011
QUANTIFYING RATES AND PROCESSES OF LANDSCAPE EVOLUTION
Guest Editors: Arjun M. Heimsath and Oliver Korup
Rock hardness and cliff failure:
The use of the Schmidt Hammer and Equotip for rock hardness assessment in geomorphology and heritage science: a comparative analysis: Viles, H., Goudie, A., Grab, S., and Lalley, J.
A minimum sample size required from Schmidt hammer measurements: Niedzielski, T., Migon, P., and Placek, A.
Surface and sub-surface Schmidt hammer rebound value variation for a granite outcrop: Cerna, B., and Engel, Z.
Assessing the age-weathering correspondence of cosmogenic Ne-21 dated Pleistocene surfaces by the Schmidt Hammer: Sanchez, J.S., Mosquera, D.F., and Romani, J.R.V.
Influence of rock mass strength on the erosion rate of alpine cliffs: Moore, J.R., Sanders, J.W., Dietrich, W.E., and Glaser, S.D.
Catastrophic rock avalanche 3600 years BP from El Capitan, Yosemite Valley, California: Stock, G.M., and Uhrhammer, R.A.
Weathering the escarpment: chemical and physical rates and processes, south-eastern Australia: Burke, B.C., Heimsath, A.M., Dixon, J.L., Chappell, J., and Yoo, K.
The critical role of climate and saprolite weathering in landscape evolution: Dixon, J.L., Heimsath, A.M., and Amundson, R.
The 'humped' soil production function: eroding Arnhem Land, Australia: Heimsath, A.M., Fink, D., and Hancock, G.R.
The sensitivity of hillslope bedrock erosion to precipitation: Owen, J.J., Amundson, R., Dietrich, W.E., Nishiizumi, K., Sutter, B., and Chong, G.
Cosmo methods elaboration:
Effects of terrain smoothing on topographic shielding correction factors for cosmogenic nuclide-derived estimates of basin-averaged denudation rates: Norton, K.P., and Vanacker, V.
Complex multiple cosmogenic nuclide concentration and histories in the arid Rio Lluta catchment, northern Chile: Kober, F., Ivy-Ochs, S., Zeilinger, G., Schlunegger, F., Kubik, P.W., Baur, H., and Wieler, R.
Geological constraints and Al-26-Be-10 burial dating isochrons: Muzikar, P.
Landscape and escarpment evolution:
Formation, uplift and dissection of planation surfaces at passive continental margins - a new approach: Japsen, P., Bonow, J.M., Green, P.F., Chalmers, J.A., and Lidmar-Bergstrom, K.
Thermochronological data from Sudan in the frame of the denudational history of the Nubian Red Sea margin: Balestrieri, M.L., Abbate, E., Bigazzi, G., and Ali, O.E.
Amount and controls of the Quaternary denudation in the Ardennes massif (western Europe): Demoulin, A., Hallot, E., and Rixhon, G.,
Geomorphic and cosmogenic nuclide constraints on escarpment evolution in an intraplate setting, Darling Escarpment, Western Australia: Jakica, S., Quigley, M.C., Sandiford, M., Clark, D., Fifield, L.K., and Alimanovic, A.
The topographic imprint of a transient climate episode: the western Andean flank between 15.5 degrees and 41.5 degrees S: Rehak, K., Bookhagen, B., Strecker, M.R., and Echtler, H.P.
Quantifying periglacial erosion: insights on a glacial sediment budget, Matanuska Glacier, Alaska: O'Farrell, C.R., Heimsath, A.M., Lawson, D.E., Jorgensen, L.M., Evenson, E.B., Larson, G., and Denner, J.
Cosmogenic nuclide-derived rates of diffusive and episodic erosion in the glacially sculpted upper Rhone Valley, Swiss Alps: Norton, K.P., von Blanckenburg, F., and Kubik, P.W.
Rock glacier dynamics in marginal periglacial environments: Serrano, E., de Sanjose, J.J., and Gonzalez-Trueba, J.J.
The use of ablation-dominated medial moraines as samplers for Be-10-derived erosion rates of glacier valley walls, Kichatna Mountains, AK: Ward, D.J., and Anderson, R.S.,