Gregory E. Tucker
Gregory E. Tucker
Fellow of CIRES and Professor of Geological Sciences, University of Colorado
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei colorado.edu
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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
15861999
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
6782000
Hillslope processes, drainage density, and landscape morphology
GE Tucker, RL Bras
Water Resources Research 34 (10), 2751-2764, 1998
6191998
Drainage basin responses to climate change
GE Tucker, R Slingerland
Water Resources Research 33 (8), 2031-2047, 1997
6071997
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
5762002
Erosional dynamics, flexural isostasy, and long‐lived escarpments: A numerical modeling study
GE Tucker, RL Slingerland
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 99 (B6), 12229-12243, 1994
4701994
Channel response to tectonic forcing: field analysis of stream morphology and hydrology in the Mendocino triple junction region, northern California
NP Snyder, KX Whipple, GE Tucker, DJ Merritts
Geomorphology 53 (1-2), 97-127, 2003
3952003
Modelling landscape evolution
GE Tucker, GR Hancock
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 35 (1), 28-50, 2010
3732010
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
3712002
An object-oriented framework for distributed hydrologic and geomorphic modeling using triangulated irregular networks
GE Tucker, ST Lancaster, NM Gasparini, RL Bras, SM Rybarczyk
Computers & Geosciences 27 (8), 959-973, 2001
3102001
A stochastic approach to modeling the role of rainfall variability in drainage basin evolution
GE Tucker, RL Bras
Water Resources Research 36 (7), 1953-1964, 2000
3042000
The Channel-Hillslope Integrated Landscape Development Model (CHILD)
G Tucker, S Lancaster, N Gasparini, R Bras
Landscape erosion and evolution modeling, 349-388, 2001
2752001
Drainage basin sensitivity to tectonic and climatic forcing: Implications of a stochastic model for the role of entrainment and erosion thresholds
GE Tucker
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 29 (2), 185-205, 2004
2562004
Importance of a stochastic distribution of floods and erosion thresholds in the bedrock river incision problem
NP Snyder, KX Whipple, GE Tucker, DJ Merritts
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B2), 2003
2552003
Predicting sediment flux from fold and thrust belts
GE Tucker, R Slingerland
Basin research 8 (3), 329-349, 1996
2531996
Statistical analysis of drainage density from digital terrain data
GE Tucker, F Catani, A Rinaldo, RL Bras
Geomorphology 36 (3-4), 187-202, 2001
2462001
Bedrock channel adjustment to tectonic forcing: Implications for predicting river incision rates
AC Whittaker, PA Cowie, M Attal, GE Tucker, GP Roberts
Geology 35 (2), 103-106, 2007
2432007
Statistical treatment of fluvial dose distributions from southern Colorado arroyo deposits
LJ Arnold, RM Bailey, GE Tucker
Quaternary Geochronology 2 (1-4), 162-167, 2007
1742007
Modeling fluvial incision and transient landscape evolution: Influence of dynamic channel adjustment
M Attal, GE Tucker, AC Whittaker, PA Cowie, GP Roberts
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 113 (F3), 2008
1592008
Decoding temporal and spatial patterns of fault uplift using transient river long profiles
AC Whittaker, M Attal, PA Cowie, GE Tucker, G Roberts
Geomorphology 100 (3-4), 506-526, 2008
1562008
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