Gary Stinchcomb
Gary Stinchcomb
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Toward a conceptual model relating chemical reaction fronts to water flow paths in hills
SL Brantley, MI Lebedeva, VN Balashov, K Singha, PL Sullivan, ...
Geomorphology 277, 100-117, 2017
Pre-colonial (AD 1100–1600) sedimentation related to prehistoric maize agriculture and climate change in eastern North America
GE Stinchcomb, TC Messner, SG Driese, LC Nordt, RM Stewart
Geology 39 (4), 363-366, 2011
Weathering of rock to regolith: The activity of deep roots in bedrock fractures
EA Hasenmueller, X Gu, JN Weitzman, TS Adams, GE Stinchcomb, ...
Geoderma 300, 11-31, 2017
A data-driven spline model designed to predict paleoclimate using paleosol geochemistry
GE Stinchcomb, LC Nordt, SG Driese, WE Lukens, FC Williamson, ...
American Journal of Science 316 (8), 746-777, 2016
Topographic controls on the depth distribution of soil CO2 in a small temperate watershed
EA Hasenmueller, L Jin, GE Stinchcomb, H Lin, SL Brantley, JP Kaye
Applied Geochemistry 63, 58-69, 2015
A mid to late Holocene history of floodplain and terrace reworking along the middle Delaware River valley, USA
GE Stinchcomb, SG Driese, LC Nordt, PM Allen
Geomorphology 169, 123-141, 2012
Paleopedology as a tool for reconstructing paleoenvironments and paleoecology
EJ Beverly, WE Lukens, GE Stinchcomb
Methods in paleoecology, 151-183, 2018
Reconstructing pH of paleosols using geochemical proxies
WE Lukens, LC Nordt, GE Stinchcomb, SG Driese, JD Tubbs
The Journal of Geology 126 (4), 427-449, 2018
Feedbacks among O2 and CO2 in deep soil gas, oxidation of ferrous minerals, and fractures: A hypothesis for steady-state regolith thickness
H Kim, G Stinchcomb, SL Brantley
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 460, 29-40, 2017
Climatic and human controls on Holocene floodplain vegetation changes in eastern Pennsylvania based on the isotopic composition of soil organic matter
GE Stinchcomb, TC Messner, FC Williamson, SG Driese, LC Nordt
Quaternary Research 79 (3), 377-390, 2013
Using event stratigraphy to map the Anthropocene–An example from the historic coal mining region in eastern Pennsylvania, USA
GE Stinchcomb, RM Stewart, TC Messner, LC Nordt, SG Driese, PM Allen
Anthropocene 2, 42-50, 2013
Reconstruction of late Pleistocene paleoenvironments using bulk geochemistry of paleosols from the Lake Victoria region
EJ Beverly, DJ Peppe, SG Driese, N Blegen, JT Faith, CA Tryon, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 5, 93, 2017
Investigation of a diabase-derived regolith profile from Pennsylvania: Mineralogy, chemistry and Fe isotope fractionation
T Yesavage, GE Stinchcomb, MS Fantle, PB Sak, A Kasznel, SL Brantley
Geoderma 273, 83-97, 2016
Murray State University
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Oxisolic processes and geochemical constraints on duration of weathering for Neoproterozoic Baltic paleosol
SG Driese, LG Medaris Jr, K Kirsimäe, P Somelar, GE Stinchcomb
Precambrian Research 310, 165-178, 2018
The Paleoproterozoic Baraboo paleosol revisited: quantifying mass fluxes of weathering and metasomatism, chemical climofunctions, and atmospheric pCO2 in a chemically …
LG Medaris Jr, SG Driese, GE Stinchcomb
Precambrian Research 301, 179-194, 2017
Views on grand research challenges for Quaternary geology, geomorphology and environments
SL Forman, GE Stinchcomb
Frontiers in Earth Science 3, 47, 2015
Global Soil and Sediment transfers in the Anthropocene
T Hoffmann, D Penny, G Stinchcomb, V Vanacker, XX Lu
Pages Magazine 23 (1), 2015
Anatomy of a sub-Cambrian paleosol in Wisconsin: mass fluxes of chemical weathering and climatic conditions in North America during formation of the Cambrian Great Unconformity
LG Medaris Jr, SG Driese, GE Stinchcomb, JH Fournelle, S Lee, H Xu, ...
The Journal of Geology 126 (3), 261-283, 2018
Estimating fluxes in anthropogenic lead using alluvial soil mass-balance geochemistry, geochronology and archaeology in eastern USA
GE Stinchcomb, TC Messner, RM Stewart, SG Driese
Anthropocene 8, 25-38, 2014
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