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Josh Roering
Josh Roering
Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oregon
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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
6861999
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
6262001
Objective landslide detection and surface morphology mapping using high-resolution airborne laser altimetry
J McKean, J Roering
Geomorphology 57 (3-4), 331-351, 2004
6112004
Geomorphic transport laws for predicting landscape form and dynamics
WE Dietrich, DG Bellugi, LS Sklar, JD Stock, AM Heimsath, JJ Roering
Geophysical Monograph-American Geophysical Union 135, 103-132, 2003
5622003
Shallow landsliding, root reinforcement, and the spatial distribution of trees in the Oregon Coast Range
JJ Roering, KM Schmidt, JD Stock, WE Dietrich, DR Montgomery
Canadian Geotechnical Journal 40 (2), 237-253, 2003
3742003
Automated landslide mapping using spectral analysis and high-resolution topographic data: Puget Sound lowlands, Washington, and Portland Hills, Oregon
AM Booth, JJ Roering, JT Perron
Geomorphology 109 (3-4), 132-147, 2009
3002009
Climatic controls on frost cracking and implications for the evolution of bedrock landscapes
TC Hales, JJ Roering
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 112 (F2), 2007
2342007
Hillslope evolution by nonlinear, slope‐dependent transport: Steady state morphology and equilibrium adjustment timescales
JJ Roering, JW Kirchner, WE Dietrich
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 106 (B8), 16499-16513, 2001
2262001
Hillslope evolution by nonlinear creep and landsliding: An experimental study
JJ Roering, JW Kirchner, LS Sklar, WE Dietrich
Geology 29 (2), 143-146, 2001
2222001
Evidence for biotic controls on topography and soil production
JJ Roering, J Marshall, AM Booth, M Mort, Q Jin
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 298 (1-2), 183-190, 2010
2022010
Functional relationships between denudation and hillslope form and relief
JJ Roering, JT Perron, JW Kirchner
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 264 (1-2), 245-258, 2007
1842007
How well can hillslope evolution models “explain” topography? Simulating soil transport and production with high-resolution topographic data
JJ Roering
Geological Society of America Bulletin 120 (9-10), 1248-1262, 2008
1662008
Characterizing structural and lithologic controls on deep-seated landsliding: Implications for topographic relief and landscape evolution in the Oregon Coast Range, USA
JJ Roering, JW Kirchner, WE Dietrich
Geological Society of America Bulletin 117 (5-6), 654-668, 2005
1632005
A lithospheric instability origin for Columbia River flood basalts and Wallowa Mountains uplift in northeast Oregon
TC Hales, DL Abt, ED Humphreys, JJ Roering
Nature 438 (7069), 842-845, 2005
1532005
Climate-controlled variations in scree production, Southern Alps, New Zealand
TC Hales, JJ Roering
Geology 33 (9), 701-704, 2005
1492005
Reviews and syntheses: on the roles trees play in building and plumbing the critical zone
SL Brantley, DM Eissenstat, JA Marshall, SE Godsey, Z Balogh-Brunstad, ...
Biogeosciences 14 (22), 5115-5142, 2017
1382017
Sediment yield, spatial characteristics, and the long-term evolution of active earthflows determined from airborne LiDAR and historical aerial photographs, Eel River, California
BH Mackey, JJ Roering
Bulletin 123 (7-8), 1560-1576, 2011
1352011
‘You are HERE’: Connecting the dots with airborne lidar for geomorphic fieldwork
JJ Roering, BH Mackey, JA Marshall, KE Sweeney, NI Deligne, AM Booth, ...
Geomorphology 200, 172-183, 2013
1332013
Using DInSAR, airborne LiDAR, and archival air photos to quantify landsliding and sediment transport
JJ Roering, LL Stimely, BH Mackey, DA Schmidt
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (19), 2009
1272009
Fire and the evolution of steep, soil-mantled landscapes
JJ Roering, M Gerber
Geology 33 (5), 349-352, 2005
1272005
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