Dirk Scherler
TitleCited byYear
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
Glacier-surface velocities in alpine terrain from optical satellite imagery—Accuracy improvement and quality assessment
D Scherler, S Leprince, MR Strecker
Remote Sensing of Environment 112 (10), 3806-3819, 2008
TopoToolbox 2–MATLAB-based software for topographic analysis and modeling in Earth surface sciences
W Schwanghart, D Scherler
Earth Surface Dynamics 2 (1), 1-7, 2014
Seasonal precipitation gradients and their impact on fluvial sediment flux in the Northwest Himalaya
H Wulf, B Bookhagen, D Scherler
Geomorphology 118 (1-2), 13-21, 2010
Tectonic control on 10Be‐derived erosion rates in the Garhwal Himalaya, India
D Scherler, B Bookhagen, MR Strecker
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 119 (2), 83-105, 2014
Hillslope‐glacier coupling: The interplay of topography and glacial dynamics in High Asia
D Scherler, B Bookhagen, MR Strecker
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 116 (F2), 2011
Tectonic control of Yarlung Tsangpo Gorge revealed by a buried canyon in Southern Tibet
P Wang, D Scherler, J Liu-Zeng, J Mey, JP Avouac, Y Zhang, D Shi
Science 346 (6212), 978-981, 2014
Structure and formation of a central uplift: A case study at the Upheaval Dome impact crater, Utah
T Kenkmann, A Jahn, D Scherler, BA Ivanov
Large meteorite impacts III, 85-115, 2005
Timing and extent of late Quaternary glaciation in the western Himalaya constrained by 10Be moraine dating in Garhwal, India
D Scherler, B Bookhagen, MR Strecker, F von Blanckenburg, D Rood
Quaternary Science Reviews 29 (7-8), 815-831, 2010
Climatic and geologic controls on suspended sediment flux in the Sutlej River Valley, western Himalaya.
H Wulf, B Bookhagen, D Scherler
Hydrology & Earth System Sciences Discussions 9 (1), 2012
Multiple fluvial processes detected by riverside seismic and infrasound monitoring of a controlled flood in the Grand Canyon
B Schmandt, RC Aster, D Scherler, VC Tsai, K Karlstrom
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (18), 4858-4863, 2013
Structural record of an oblique impact
D Scherler, T Kenkmann, A Jahn
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 248 (1-2), 43-53, 2006
Effect of vegetation cover on millennial-scale landscape denudation rates in East Africa
VT Acosta, TF Schildgen, BA Clarke, D Scherler, B Bookhagen, ...
Lithosphere 7 (4), 408-420, 2015
Increased late Pleistocene erosion rates during fluvial aggradation in the Garhwal Himalaya, northern India
D Scherler, B Bookhagen, H Wulf, F Preusser, MR Strecker
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 428, 255-266, 2015
Structure and impact indicators of the Cretaceous sequence of the ICDP drill core Yaxcopoil‐1, Chicxulub impact crater, Mexico
T Kenkmann, A Wittmann, D Scherler
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 39 (7), 1069-1088, 2004
Differentiating between rain, snow, and glacier contributions to river discharge in the western Himalaya using remote-sensing data and distributed hydrological modeling
H Wulf, B Bookhagen, D Scherler
Advances in Water Resources 88, 152-169, 2016
Large surface velocity fluctuations of Biafo Glacier, central Karakoram, at high spatial and temporal resolution from optical satellite images
D Scherler, MR Strecker
Journal of Glaciology 58 (209), 569-580, 2012
Time scale bias in erosion rates of glaciated landscapes
V Ganti, C von Hagke, D Scherler, MP Lamb, WW Fischer, JP Avouac
Science Advances 2, e1600204, 2016
Ice dams, outburst floods, and glacial incision at the western margin of the Tibetan Plateau: A >100 k.y. chronology from the Shyok Valley, Karakoram
D Scherler, H Munack, J Mey, P Eugster, H Wittman, AT Codilean, P Kubik, ...
GSA Bulletin 126 (5/6), 738-758, 2014
Landscape response to late Pleistocene climate change in NW Argentina: Sediment flux modulated by basin geometry and connectivity
TF Schildgen, RAJ Robinson, S Savi, WM Phillips, JQG Spencer, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 121 (2), 392-414, 2016
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