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Earth and Planetary Surface Processes is a multidisciplinary field that embraces the full range of processes -- including anthropogenic -- that generate, erode, and measure landscapes, that generate stratigraphy, and that couple the internal dynamics of the surface to climatic and tectonic forcings.

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Recent Articles from JGR-ES

- Grégoire Messager, Riad Hassani, Bertrand Nivière

Gravity gliding implies rigid translation of a body down a slope where displacements are parallel to a tilted detac [...]

- Luke A. McGuire, Jon D. Pelletier, Joshua J. Roering

Topographic asymmetry, i.e. differences in the morphology of landscapes as a function of slope aspect, can be used [...]

- D. N. Goldberg, C. Schoof, O. V. Sergienko

Stick-slip behavior is a distinguishing characteristic of the flow of Whillans Ice Stream (Siple Coast, Antarctica) [...]

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