Arjun Heimsath
Arjun Heimsath
Professor of Earth Science, Arizona State University
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The soil production function and landscape equilibrium
AM Heimsath, WE Dietrich, K Nishiizumi, RC Finkel
Nature 388 (6640), 358-361, 1997
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
Landscape form and millennial erosion rates in the San Gabriel Mountains, CA
RA DiBiase, KX Whipple, AM Heimsath, WB Ouimet
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 289 (1-2), 134-144, 2010
Cosmogenic nuclides, topography, and the spatial variation of soil depth
AM Heimsath, WE Dietrich, K Nishiizumi, RC Finkel
Geomorphology 27 (1-2), 151-172, 1999
Active out-of-sequence thrust faulting in the central Nepalese Himalaya
C Wobus, A Heimsath, K Whipple, K Hodges
Nature 434 (7036), 1008-1011, 2005
Stochastic processes of soil production and transport: Erosion rates, topographic variation and cosmogenic nuclides in the Oregon Coast Range
AM Heimsath, WE Dietrich, K Nishiizumi, RC Finkel
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2001
Soil production on a retreating escarpment in southeastern Australia
AM Heimsath, J Chappell, WE Dietrich, K Nishiizumi, RC Finkel
Geology 28 (9), 787-790, 2000
Effects of bedrock landslides on cosmogenically determined erosion rates
NA Niemi, M Oskin, DW Burbank, AM Heimsath, EJ Gabet
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 237 (3-4), 480-498, 2005
Transient fluvial incision in the headwaters of the Yellow River, northeastern Tibet, China
N Harkins, E Kirby, A Heimsath, R Robinson, U Reiser
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 112 (F3), 2007
Spatial patterns of soil organic carbon on hillslopes: Integrating geomorphic processes and the biological C cycle
K Yoo, R Amundson, AM Heimsath, WE Dietrich
Geoderma 130 (1-2), 47-65, 2006
The critical role of climate and saprolite weathering in landscape evolution
JL Dixon, AM Heimsath, R Amundson
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 34 (11), 1507-1521, 2009
Late Quaternary erosion in southeastern Australia: a field example using cosmogenic nuclides
AM Heimsath, J Chappell, WE Dietrich, K Nishiizumi, RC Finkel
Quaternary International 83, 169-185, 2001
Creeping soil
AM Heimsath, J Chappell, NA Spooner, DG Questiaux
Geology 30 (2), 111-114, 2002
The illusion of diffusion: Field evidence for depth-dependent sediment transport
AM Heimsath, DJ Furbish, WE Dietrich
Geology 33 (12), 949-952, 2005
Impulsive alluviation during early Holocene strengthened monsoons, central Nepal Himalaya
B Pratt, DW Burbank, A Heimsath, T Ojha
Geology 30 (10), 911-914, 2002
Twelve testable hypotheses on the geobiology of weathering
SL Brantley, JP Megonigal, FN Scatena, Z Balogh‐Brunstad, RT Barnes, ...
Geobiology 9 (2), 140-165, 2011
Soil production limits and the transition to bedrock-dominated landscapes
AM Heimsath, RA DiBiase, KX Whipple
Nature Geoscience 5 (3), 210-214, 2012
Landscape disequilibrium on 1000–10,000 year scales Marsyandi River, Nepal, central Himalaya
B Pratt-Sitaula, DW Burbank, A Heimsath, T Ojha
Geomorphology 58 (1-4), 223-241, 2004
Process-based model linking pocket gopher (Thomomys bottae) activity to sediment transport and soil thickness
K Yoo, R Amundson, AM Heimsath, WE Dietrich
Geology 33 (11), 917-920, 2005
Short-term soil mixing quantified with fallout radionuclides
JM Kaste, AM Heimsath, BC Bostick
Geology 35 (3), 243-246, 2007
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