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Effects of debris flow composition on runout, depositional mechanisms, and deposit morphology in laboratory experiments
T De Haas, L Braat, JRFW Leuven, IR Lokhorst, MG Kleinhans
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 120 (9), 1949-1972, 2015
115*2015
Debris-flow dominance of alluvial fans masked by runoff reworking and weathering
T de Haas, D Ventra, PE Carbonneau, MG Kleinhans
Geomorphology 217, 165-181, 2014
862014
Surface morphology of fans in the high-Arctic periglacial environment of Svalbard: Controls and processes
T De Haas, MG Kleinhans, PE Carbonneau, L Rubensdotter, E Hauber
Earth-Science Reviews 146, 163-182, 2015
562015
Asynchronous formation of Hesperian and Amazonian‐aged deltas on Mars and implications for climate
E Hauber, T Platz, D Reiss, L Le Deit, MG Kleinhans, WA Marra, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 118 (7), 1529-1544, 2013
562013
Evaluating competing hypotheses for the origin and dynamics of river anastomosis
MG Kleinhans, T De Haas, E Lavooi, B Makaske
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 37 (12), 1337-1351, 2012
512012
Autogenic avulsion, channelization and backfilling dynamics of debris‐flow fans
T de Haas, W van den Berg, L Braat, MG Kleinhans
Sedimentology 63 (6), 1596-1619, 2016
422016
Bed scour by debris flows: experimental investigation of effects of debris‐flow composition
T Haas, T Woerkom
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 41 (13), 1951-1966, 2016
422016
Avulsions and the spatio-temporal evolution of debris-flow fans
T De Haas, AL Densmore, M Stoffel, H Suwa, F Imaizumi, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 177, 53-75, 2018
412018
Holocene evolution of tidal systems in The Netherlands: Effects of rivers, coastal boundary conditions, eco-engineering species, inherited relief and human interference
T De Haas, HJ Pierik, AJF Van der Spek, KM Cohen, B Van Maanen, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 177, 139-163, 2018
402018
Earth-like aqueous debris-flow activity on Mars at high orbital obliquity in the last million years
T De Haas, E Hauber, SJ Conway, H Van Steijn, A Johnsson, ...
Nature Communications 6 (1), 1-6, 2015
352015
Local late Amazonian boulder breakdown and denudation rate on Mars
T de Haas, E Hauber, MG Kleinhans
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (14), 3527-3531, 2013
302013
Topographic forcing of tidal sandbar patterns for irregular estuary planforms
J Leuven, T De Haas, L Braat, MG Kleinhans
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 43 (1), 172-186, 2018
272018
Upstream control of river anastomosis by sediment overloading, upper Columbia River, British Columbia, Canada
B Makaske, E Lavooi, T de Haas, MG Kleinhans, DG Smith
Sedimentology 64 (6), 1488-1510, 2017
242017
Sedimentological analyses of Martian gullies: the subsurface as the key to the surface
T de Haas, D Ventra, E Hauber, SJ Conway, MG Kleinhans
Icarus 258, 92-108, 2015
242015
Recent (Late Amazonian) enhanced backweathering rates on Mars: Paracratering evidence from gully alcoves
T De Haas, SJ Conway, M Krautblatter
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 120 (12), 2169-2189, 2015
202015
Growing forced bars determine nonideal estuary planform
JRFW Leuven, L Braat, WM van Dijk, T de Haas, EP Van Onselen, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 123 (11), 2971-2992, 2018
172018
Glacial and gully erosion on Mars: A terrestrial perspective
SJ Conway, FEG Butcher, T de Haas, AAJ Deijns, PM Grindrod, JM Davis
Geomorphology 318, 26-57, 2018
152018
Martian gullies: a comprehensive review of observations, mechanisms and insights from Earth analogues
SJ Conway, T de Haas, TN Harrison
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 467 (1), 7-66, 2019
142019
Effects of debris‐flow magnitude–frequency distribution on avulsions and fan development
T De Haas, A Kruijt, AL Densmore
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 43 (13), 2779-2793, 2018
122018
Time will tell: temporal evolution of Martian gullies and palaeoclimatic implications
T de Haas, SJ Conway, FEG Butcher, J Levy, PM Grindrod, TA Goudge, ...
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 467 (1), 165-186, 2019
102019
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