Frequency-dependent landscape response to climatic forcing

@inproceedings{Godard2013FrequencydependentLR,
  title={Frequency-dependent landscape response to climatic forcing},
  author={Vincent Godard and G. E. Tucker and Galen B. Fisher and Douglas W. Burbank and Bodo Bookhagen},
  year={2013}
}
[1] Whereas the existence of pronounced orbitally controlled periodicities is a major feature of Earth climate, its impact on landscape dynamics remains poorly understood. We use a Landscape Evolution Model (LEM) to systematically investigate the response of landscapes to a range of periodic oscillations in precipitation. The resulting sediment-flux evolution displays a pronounced sensitivity to the period of the input precipitation signal, such that, for a given erodibility, a specific… CONTINUE READING
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