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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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- Kristen D. Splinter, Ian L. Turner, Mark A. Davidson, Patrick Barnard, Bruno Castelle, Joan Oltman-Shay

Coastal zone management requires the ability to predict coastline response to storms and longer-term seasonal to in [...]

- Jeremy G. Venditti, Michael Church

Alluvial river channels often exhibit a relatively abrupt transition from gravel to sand-bedded conditions. The phe [...]

- S.V. Kokelj, T.C. Lantz, S.A. Wolfe, J.C. Kanigan, P.D. Morse, R. Coutts, N. Molina-Giraldo, C.R. Burn

Remote sensing, regional ground temperature and ground ice observations, and numerical simulation were used to inve [...]

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