Bodo Bookhagen
Bodo Bookhagen
Institute of Geosciences, University of Potsdam and Geography Department, UC Santa Barbara
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Toward a complete Himalayan hydrological budget: Spatiotemporal distribution of snowmelt and rainfall and their impact on river discharge
B Bookhagen, DW Burbank
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 115 (F3), 2010
Spatially variable response of Himalayan glaciers to climate change affected by debris cover
D Scherler, B Bookhagen, MR Strecker
Nature geoscience 4 (3), 156-159, 2011
Topography, relief, and TRMM‐derived rainfall variations along the Himalaya
B Bookhagen, DW Burbank
Geophysical Research Letters 33 (8), 2006
Urban tree species mapping using hyperspectral and lidar data fusion
M Alonzo, B Bookhagen, DA Roberts
Remote sensing of environment 148, 70-83, 2014
Tectonics and climate of the southern central Andes
MR Strecker, RN Alonso, B Bookhagen, B Carrapa, GE Hilley, ER Sobel, ...
Annu. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci. 35 (1), 747-787, 2007
Toward mountains without permanent snow and ice
M Huss, B Bookhagen, C Huggel, D Jacobsen, RS Bradley, JJ Clague, ...
Earth's Future 5 (5), 418-435, 2017
Orographic barriers, high‐resolution TRMM rainfall, and relief variations along the eastern Andes
B Bookhagen, MR Strecker
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (6), 2008
Late Quaternary intensified monsoon phases control landscape evolution in the northwest Himalaya
B Bookhagen, RC Thiede, MR Strecker
Geology 33 (2), 149-152, 2005
Climatic control on rapid exhumation along the Southern Himalayan Front
RC Thiede, B Bookhagen, JR Arrowsmith, ER Sobel, MR Strecker
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 222 (3-4), 791-806, 2004
Complex networks reveal global pattern of extreme-rainfall teleconnections
N Boers, B Goswami, A Rheinwalt, B Bookhagen, B Hoskins, J Kurths
Nature 566 (7744), 373-377, 2019
Comparison of gully erosion estimates using airborne and ground-based LiDAR on Santa Cruz Island, California
RL Perroy, B Bookhagen, GP Asner, OA Chadwick
Geomorphology 118 (3-4), 288-300, 2010
Abnormal monsoon years and their control on erosion and sediment flux in the high, arid northwest Himalaya
B Bookhagen, RC Thiede, MR Strecker
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 231 (1-2), 131-146, 2005
Analysis of spatial and temporal extreme monsoonal rainfall over South Asia using complex networks
N Malik, B Bookhagen, N Marwan, J Kurths
Climate dynamics 39, 971-987, 2012
Segmentation of megathrust rupture zones from fore‐arc deformation patterns over hundreds to millions of years, Arauco peninsula, Chile
D Melnick, B Bookhagen, MR Strecker, HP Echtler
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 114 (B1), 2009
Prediction of extreme floods in the eastern Central Andes based on a complex networks approach
N Boers, B Bookhagen, HMJ Barbosa, N Marwan, J Kurths, JA Marengo
Nature communications 5 (1), 5199, 2014
δ18O and δD of streamwaters across the Himalaya and Tibetan Plateau: Implications for moisture sources and paleoelevation reconstructions
MT Hren, B Bookhagen, PM Blisniuk, AL Booth, CP Chamberlain
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 288 (1-2), 20-32, 2009
Climatic forcing of erosion, landscape, and tectonics in the Bhutan Himalayas
D Grujic, I Coutand, B Bookhagen, S Bonnet, A Blythe, C Duncan
Geology 34 (10), 801-804, 2006
Spatiotemporal trends in erosion rates across a pronounced rainfall gradient: Examples from the southern Central Andes
B Bookhagen, MR Strecker
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 327, 97-110, 2012
Multi-phased uplift of the southern margin of the Central Anatolian plateau, Turkey: A record of tectonic and upper mantle processes
TF Schildgen, D Cosentino, B Bookhagen, S Niedermann, C Yıldırım, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 317, 85-95, 2012
Complex networks identify spatial patterns of extreme rainfall events of the South American Monsoon System
N Boers, B Bookhagen, N Marwan, J Kurths, J Marengo
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (16), 4386-4392, 2013
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