Albert Kettner
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Impact of humans on the flux of terrestrial sediment to the global coastal ocean
JPM Syvitski, CJ Vörösmarty, AJ Kettner, P Green
science 308 (5720), 376-380, 2005
21792005
Sinking deltas due to human activities
JPM Syvitski, AJ Kettner, I Overeem, EWH Hutton, MT Hannon, ...
Nature Geoscience 2 (10), 681-686, 2009
15252009
Sediment flux and the Anthropocene
JPM Syvitski, A Kettner
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2011
4032011
Distributary channels and their impact on sediment dispersal
JPM Syvitski, AJ Kettner, A Correggiari, BW Nelson
Marine Geology 222, 75-94, 2005
1482005
Changes in water and sediment exchange between the Changjiang River and Poyang Lake under natural and anthropogenic conditions, China
JH Gao, J Jia, AJ Kettner, F Xing, YP Wang, XN Xu, Y Yang, XQ Zou, ...
Science of the Total Environment 481, 542-553, 2014
1162014
Socio-economic impacts on flooding: a 4000-year history of the Yellow River, China
Y Chen, JPM Syvitski, S Gao, I Overeem, AJ Kettner
Ambio 41 (7), 682-698, 2012
1122012
On the flux of water and sediment into the Northern Adriatic Sea
JPM Syvitski, AJ Kettner
Continental Shelf Research 27 (3-4), 296-308, 2007
1022007
Early anthropogenic transformation of the Danube-Black Sea system
L Giosan, MJL Coolen, JO Kaplan, S Constantinescu, F Filip, ...
Scientific Reports 2, 582, 2012
852012
Calibration of satellite measurements of river discharge using a global hydrology model
GR Brakenridge, S Cohen, AJ Kettner, T De Groeve, SV Nghiem, ...
Journal of hydrology 475, 123-136, 2012
782012
Global suspended sediment and water discharge dynamics between 1960 and 2010: Continental trends and intra-basin sensitivity
S Cohen, AJ Kettner, JPM Syvitski
global and planetary change 115, 44-58, 2014
772014
Modeling suspended sediment discharge from the Waipaoa River system, New Zealand: The last 3000 years
AJ Kettner, B Gomez, JPM Syvitski
Water Resources Research 43 (7), 2007
772007
HydroTrend v. 3.0: A climate-driven hydrological transport model that simulates discharge and sediment load leaving a river system
AJ Kettner, JPM Syvitski
Computers & Geosciences 34 (10), 1170-1183, 2008
752008
WBMsed, a distributed global-scale riverine sediment flux model: Model description and validation
S Cohen, AJ Kettner, JPM Syvitski, BM Fekete
Computers & Geosciences 53, 80-93, 2013
672013
How important and different are tropical rivers?—An overview
JPM Syvitski, S Cohen, AJ Kettner, GR Brakenridge
Geomorphology 227, 5-17, 2014
662014
High-frequency sea level and sediment supply fluctuations during Termination I: an integrated sequence-stratigraphy and modeling approach from the Adriatic Sea (Central …
V Maselli, EW Hutton, AJ Kettner, JPM Syvitski, F Trincardi
Marine Geology 287 (1-4), 54-70, 2011
632011
Recent deforestation causes rapid increase in river sediment load in the Colombian Andes
JD Restrepo, AJ Kettner, JPM Syvitski
Anthropocene 10, 13-28, 2015
602015
Global mapping of storm surges and the assessment of coastal vulnerability
GR Brakenridge, JPM Syvitski, I Overeem, SA Higgins, AJ Kettner, ...
Natural hazards 66 (3), 1295-1312, 2013
602013
Predicting the flux of sediment to the coastal zone: application to the Lanyang watershed, Northern Taiwan
JPM Syvitski, AJ Kettner, SD Peckham, SJ Kao
Journal of Coastal Research 21 (3 (213)), 580-587, 2005
572005
Simulating changes to the sediment transport regime of the Waipaoa River, New Zealand, driven by climate change in the twenty-first century
B Gomez, Y Cui, AJ Kettner, DH Peacock, JPM Syvitski
Global and Planetary Change 67 (3-4), 153-166, 2009
542009
Sinking deltas due to human activities. Nat Geosci 2: 681–686
JPM Syvitski, AJ Kettner, I Overeem, EWH Hutton, MT Hannon, ...
522009
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