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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

- Sean L. Mackay, David R. Marchant, Jennifer L. Lamp, James Head

We describe the morphology and internal structure of Mullins and Friedman Glaciers, two cold-based, debris-covered [...]

- C. Ryser, M. P. Lüthi, L. C. Andrews, G. A. Catania, M. Funk, R. Hawley, M. Hoffman, T. A. Neumann

Current understanding of ice dynamics predicts that increasing availability and variability of meltwater will have [...]

- Yong Zhang, Raleigh L. Martin, Dong Chen, Boris Baeumer, Hongguang Sun

Sediment tracers moving as bedload can exhibit anomalous dispersion behavior deviating from Fickian diffusion. The [...]

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