Kelin Whipple
Kelin Whipple
Professor of Geology, Arizona State University
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Dynamics of the stream‐power river incision model: Implications for height limits of mountain ranges, landscape response timescales, and research needs
KX Whipple, GE Tucker
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 104 (B8), 17661-17674, 1999
Tectonics from topography: Procedures, promise, and pitfalls
C Wobus, KX Whipple, E Kirby, N Snyder, J Johnson, K Spyropolou, ...
Bedrock rivers and the geomorphology of active orogens
KX Whipple
Annu. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci. 32 (1), 151-185, 2004
Expression of active tectonics in erosional landscapes
E Kirby, KX Whipple
Journal of structural geology 44, 54-75, 2012
Surface uplift, tectonics, and erosion of eastern Tibet from large‐scale drainage patterns
MK Clark, LM Schoenbohm, LH Royden, KX Whipple, BC Burchfiel, ...
Tectonics 23 (1), 2004
Quantifying differential rock-uplift rates via stream profile analysis
E Kirby, K Whipple
Geology 29 (5), 415-418, 2001
Landscape response to tectonic forcing: Digital elevation model analysis of stream profiles in the Mendocino triple junction region, northern California
NP Snyder, KX Whipple, GE Tucker, DJ Merritts
Geological Society of America Bulletin 112 (8), 1250-1263, 2000
River incision into bedrock: Mechanics and relative efficacy of plucking, abrasion, and cavitation
KX Whipple, GS Hancock, RS Anderson
Geological Society of America Bulletin 112 (3), 490-503, 2000
Late Cenozoic uplift of southeastern Tibet
MK Clark, MA House, LH Royden, KX Whipple, BC Burchfiel, X Zhang, ...
Geology 33 (6), 525-528, 2005
Implications of sediment‐flux‐dependent river incision models for landscape evolution
KX Whipple, GE Tucker
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 107 (B2), ETG 3-1-ETG 3-20, 2002
Late Cenozoic evolution of the eastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau: Inferences from 40Ar/39Ar and (U‐Th)/He thermochronology
E Kirby, PW Reiners, MA Krol, KX Whipple, KV Hodges, KA Farley, ...
Tectonics 21 (1), 1-1-1-20, 2002
The influence of climate on the tectonic evolution of mountain belts
KX Whipple
Nature geoscience 2 (2), 97-104, 2009
Distribution of active rock uplift along the eastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau: Inferences from bedrock channel longitudinal profiles
E Kirby, KX Whipple, W Tang, Z Chen
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B4), 2003
Knickpoint initiation and distribution within fluvial networks: 236 waterfalls in the Waipaoa River, North Island, New Zealand
BT Crosby, KX Whipple
Geomorphology 82 (1-2), 16-38, 2006
Geomorphic limits to climate-induced increases in topographic relief
KX Whipple, E Kirby, SH Brocklehurst
Nature 401 (6748), 39-43, 1999
Beyond threshold hillslopes: Channel adjustment to base-level fall in tectonically active mountain ranges
WB Ouimet, KX Whipple, DE Granger
Geology 37 (7), 579-582, 2009
Hydroplaning of subaqueous debris flows
D Mohrig, C Ellis, G Parker, KX Whipple, M Hondzo
Geological Society of America Bulletin 110 (3), 387-394, 1998
Landscape form and millennial erosion rates in the San Gabriel Mountains, CA
RA DiBiase, KX Whipple, AM Heimsath, WB Ouimet
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 289 (1-2), 134-144, 2010
Topographic outcomes predicted by stream erosion models: Sensitivity analysis and intermodel comparison
GE Tucker, KX Whipple
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 107 (B9), ETG 1-1-ETG 1-16, 2002
Fluvial landscape response time: How plausible is steady-state denudation?
KX Whipple
American Journal of Science 301 (4-5), 313-325, 2001
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