William E. Dietrich
William E. Dietrich
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A physically based model for the topographic control on shallow landsliding
DR Montgomery, WE Dietrich
Water resources research 30 (4), 1153-1171, 1994
Downstream ecological effects of dams
FK Ligon, WE Dietrich, WJ Trush
BioScience 45 (3), 183-192, 1995
Settling velocity of natural particles
WE Dietrich
Water resources research 18 (6), 1615-1626, 1982
Sediment budget for a small catchment in a mountainous terrain
WE Dietrich, T Dunne
1978 29, 191-206, 1978
Constitutive mass balance relations between chemical composition, volume, density, porosity, and strain in metasomatic hydrochemical systems: results on weathering and pedogenesis
GH Brimhall, WE Dietrich
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 51 (3), 567-587, 1987
The soil production function and landscape equilibrium
AM Heimsath, WE Dietrich, K Nishiizumi, RC Finkel
Nature 388 (6640), 358-361, 1997
Modeling fluvial erosion on regional to continental scales
AD Howard, WE Dietrich, MA Seidl
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 99 (B7), 13971-13986, 1994
Channel initiation and the problem of landscape scale
DR Montgomery, WE Dietrich
Science 255 (5046), 826-830, 1992
Sediment supply and the development of the coarse surface layer in gravel-bedded rivers
WE Dietrich, JW Kirchner, H Ikeda, F Iseya
Nature 340 (6230), 215-217, 1989
Sediment and rock strength controls on river incision into bedrock
LS Sklar, WE Dietrich
Geology 29 (12), 1087-1090, 2001
A process‐based model for colluvial soil depth and shallow landsliding using digital elevation data
WE Dietrich, R Reiss, ML Hsu, DR Montgomery
Hydrological processes 9 (3‐4), 383-400, 1995
Where do channels begin?
DR Montgomery, WE Dietrich
Nature 336 (6196), 232-234, 1988
River longitudinal profiles and bedrock incision models: Stream power and the influence of sediment supply
L Sklar, WE Dietrich
Geophysical Monograph-American Geophysical Union 107, 237-260, 1998
A mechanistic model for river incision into bedrock by saltating bed load
LS Sklar, WE Dietrich
Water Resources Research 40 (6), 2004
Evidence for nonlinear, diffusive sediment transport on hillslopes and implications for landscape morphology
JJ Roering, JW Kirchner, WE Dietrich
Water Resources Research 35 (3), 853-870, 1999
Source areas, drainage density, and channel initiation
DR Montgomery, WE Dietrich
Water resources research 25 (8), 1907-1918, 1989
A habitable fluvio-lacustrine environment at Yellowknife Bay, Gale Crater, Mars
JP Grotzinger, DY Sumner, LC Kah, K Stack, S Gupta, L Edgar, D Rubin, ...
Science 343 (6169), 2014
The variability of root cohesion as an influence on shallow landslide susceptibility in the Oregon Coast Range
KM Schmidt, JJ Roering, JD Stock, WE Dietrich, DR Montgomery, ...
Canadian Geotechnical Journal 38 (5), 995-1024, 2001
Analysis of erosion thresholds, channel networks, and landscape morphology using a digital terrain model
WE Dietrich, CJ Wilson, DR Montgomery, J McKean
The Journal of Geology 101 (2), 259-278, 1993
The problem of channel erosion into bedrock
MA Seidl, WE Dietrich
Functional geomorphology, 101-124, 1992
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