New GIS-Geomorph Publications

The role of pre-existing topography in the evolution of post-glacial fluvial landforms in the middle of the Satluj valley, north-western Himalaya, India
Sharma et al. (in press 2016)
Quaternary International

Quaternary history and landscape evolution of a high-altitude intermountain basin at the western end of the Himalayan-Tibetan orogen, Waqia Valley, Chinese Pamir
Hendrick et al. (in press 2016)
Geoomorphology

Positioning exact to the millimeter: Geodetic reference system enables highly accurate positioning [summary article of Seitz et al. 2016 in Pangea]
Science Daily, 25 Aug 2016
LINK TO ARTICLE

Asymmetric exhumation of the Mount Everest region: Implications for the tectono-topographic evolution of the Himalaya
Carrapa et al. (2016)
Geology v. 44

Lithology and soil relationships for modeling and mapping
Gray et al. (2016)
Catena v. 147

Erosion-driven uplift in the Gamburtsev Subglaical Mountains of east Antarctica
Paxman et al. (2016)
Earth and Planetary Science Letters v. 452

A case study on pseudo 3-D Chirp sub-bottom profiler (SBP) survey for the detection of a fault trace in shallow sedimentary layers at gas hydrate site in the Ulleung Basin, East Sea
Kim et al. (2016)
Journal of Applied Geophysics v. 133

Decoupling of modern shortening rates, climate, and topography in the Caucasus
Forte et al. (2016)
Earth & Planetary Science Letters v. 449

Glacial history and landscape evolution of southern Cumberland Peninsula, Baffin Island, Canada, constrained by cosmogenic 10Be and 26Al
Corbett et al. (2016)
GSA Bulletin v. 128

“With respect to cold-based, non-erosive ice, the glacial buzzsaw appears to have a clutch!” -S. Cooley

Climate-change versus landslide origin of fill terraces in a rapidly eroding bedrock landscape: San Gabriel River, California
Scherler et al. (2016)
GSA Bulletin v. 128

Individual tree crown delineation using localized contour tree method and airborne LiDAR data in coniferous forests
Wu et al. (2016)
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation v. 52

TanDEM-X IDEM precision and accuracy assessment based on a large assembly of differential GNSS measurements in Kruger National Park, South Africa
Baade & Schmullius (2016)
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing

Active tectonic deformation along rejuvenated faults in tropical Borneo: Inferences obtained from tectono-geomorphic evaluation
Matthew et al. (2016)
Geomorphology v. 267

Using geoinformatics and geomorphometrics to quantify the geodiversity of Crete, Greece
Argyriou et al. (2016)
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation & Applied Geoinformation v. 51

Magmatic cycles pace tectonic and morphological expression of rifting (Afar depression, Ethiopia)
Medynski et al. (2016)
Earth & Planetary Science Letters v. 446

Climate and hillslope degradation vary in concert; 85 ka to present, eastern sierra Nevada, CA, USA
Madoff & Putkonen (May 2016)
Geomorphology

Paleotopography and erosion rates in the central Hangay Dome, Mongolia: Landscape evolution since the mid-Miocene
Smith et al. (May 2016)
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences

Automated delineation of karst sinkholes from LiDAR-derived digital elevation models
Wu et al. (2016)
Geomorphology

Use of MODIS satellite images for detailed lake morphometry: Application to basins with large water level fluctuations
Ogakoglou et al. (2016)
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation & Applied Geoinformation v. 51

Weathering-limited hillslope evolution in carbonate landscapes
Godard et al. (2016)
Earth & Planetary Science Letter v. 446

Landscape response to recent tectonic deformation in the SW Pannonian Basin: Evidence from DEM-based morphometric analysis of the Bilogora Mt. area, NE Croatia
Matos et al. (2016)
Geomorphology v. 263

Editor’s note: Matos’ article sets a high standard for visual display of morphometric information; the maps and figures are excellent. A good paper to assign students working on quantitative geomorphology projects.

Aspect-dependent soil saturation and insight into debris-flow initiation during extreme rainfall in the Colorado Front Range
Ebel et al. (2016)
Geology v. 44

Landslides, threshold slopes, and the survival of relict terrain in the wake of the Mendocino Triple Junction
Bennett et al. (2016)
Geology v. 44

Low-latitude arc–continent collision as a driver for global cooling
Jagoutz et al. (2016)
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences v. 113

Cenozoic rejuvenation events of Massif Central topography (France): Insights from cosmogenic denudation rates and river profiles
Olivetti et al. (2016)
Earth & Planetary Science Letters v. 444

The value of Google Earth for erosion mapping
Boardman (2016)
Catena v. 143

Combining QuickBird, LiDAR, and GIS topography indices to identify a single native tree species in a complex landscape using an object-based classification approach
Pham et al. (2016)
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation v. 50

Geomorphic analysis in areas of low-rate neotectonic deformation: South Epirus (Greece) as a case study
Ntokos et al. (2016)
Geomorphology v. 263

A terrific explanation of raster resolution by CORE GIS/Matt Stevenson
http://contours-coregis.blogspot.com/2014/03/an-illustration-of-raster-cell.html
Check out their great portfolio –> coregis.net

Landscape response to recent tectonic deformation in the SW Pannonian Basin: Evidences from DEM-based morphometric analysis of the Bilogora Mt. area, NE Croatia
Matos et al. (2016)
Quaternary Science Reviews v. 139

The ancestors of meandering rivers
de Almeida et al. (2016)
Geology v. 44

Tectonic geomorphology of a large normal fault: Akşehir fault, SW Turkey
Topal et al. (2016)
Geomorphology v. 259

Geomorphology of the Sierra Gorda karst, South Spain
Martín-Vivaldi et al. (2016)
Journal of Maps (published online)

Uncertainty quantification in modeling earth surface processes: It’s most applicable at one end of the spectrum of model types
Murray et al. (2016)
Computers & Geosciences v. 90

Changing coasts, mapped by kites and balloons
MacLaurin
University of Victoria – The Ring http://ring.uvic.ca/news/changing-coasts-mapped-kites-and-balloons

Geomorphological map of the Afekan Crater region, Titan
Malaska, MJ et al. (2016)
Icarus v. 270

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