PEDOSTRATIGRAPHIC INFLUENCE OF LATE-QUATERNARY SEDIMENTS AND PALEOSOLS ON HEADWALL AND SIDEWALL CANYON MORPHOLOGY IN THE ARIKAREE BREAKS , CENTRAL GREAT PLAINS By © 2016

@inproceedings{Koop2016PEDOSTRATIGRAPHICIO,
  title={PEDOSTRATIGRAPHIC INFLUENCE OF LATE-QUATERNARY SEDIMENTS AND PALEOSOLS ON HEADWALL AND SIDEWALL CANYON MORPHOLOGY IN THE ARIKAREE BREAKS , CENTRAL GREAT PLAINS By © 2016},
  author={Aaron Nathaniel Koop},
  year={2016}
}
  • Aaron Nathaniel Koop
  • Published 2016
Pedostratigraphy exerts considerable influence on landscape evolution and morphology in the Central Great Plains. Few locations are as well suited to undertake a soil-geomorphic study in this area as the Arikaree Breaks (hereafter 'Breaks') of northwestern Kansas and adjacent parts of Nebraska and Colorado. The Breaks are a network of impressive box canyons, which formed through erosion of a late-Quaternary loess-mantled landscape and underlying Late Cretaceous Pierre Shale and are a product of… CONTINUE READING