Publication(s) with 2008-09 dataset

Hurst, M.D., S.M. Mudd, R.C. Walcott, M. Attal, and K. Yoo (2012), Using Hilltop Curvature to Derive the Spatial Distribution of Erosion Rates, Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface, 117, F02017. doi:10.1029/2011JF002057
Clubb, F.J., S.M. Mudd, D.T. Milodowski, M.D. Hurst, and L.J. Slater (2014), Objective extraction of channel heads from high-resolutiontopographic data, Water Resources Research, 50, 4283?4304, doi: 10.1002/2013WR015167
Gabet, E.J., S.M. Mudd, D.T. Milodowski, K. Yoo, M.D. Hurst, and A. Dosseto (2015), Local Topography and Erosion Rate Control Regolith Thickness along a Ridgeline in the Sierra Nevada, California, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 40(13), 1779-1790, doi: 10.1002/esp.3754
Milodowski D. T., S. M. Mudd, and E. T. Mitchard (2015), Erosion Rates as a Potential Bottom-up Control of Forest Structural Characteristics in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Ecology, 96(1), 31-38, doi: 10.1890/14-0649.1
Milodowski D.T., S.M. Mudd, and E.T. Mitchard (2015), Topographic Roughness as a Signature of the Emergence of Bedrock in Eroding Landscapes, Earth Surface Dynamics Discussions, 3, 371-416, doi: 10.5194/esurfd-3-371-2015
Grieve S.W.D., S.M. Mudd, and M.D. Hurst (2016), How Long is a Hillslope, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, doi: 10.1002/esp.3884
Grieve S.W.D., S.M. Mudd, M.D. Hurst, and D.T. Milodowski (2016), A Nondimensional Framework for Exploring the Relief Structure of Landscapes, Earth Surface Dynamics, 4, 309-325, doi: 10.5194/esurf-4-309-2016
Milodowski, D.T. (2016), Erosion, Vegetation and the Evolution of Hillslopes in Upland Landscapes, The University of Edinburgh, Doctoral Dissertation
Kelly, M., Y. Su, S. Tommaso, D. Fry, B. Collins, S. Stephens, and Q. Guo (2018), Impact of Error in Lidar-derived Canopy Height and Canopy Base Height on Modeled Wildfire Behavior in the Sierra Nevada, California, USA, Remote Sensing, 10(1), doi: 10.3390/rs10010010
Keylock, C., A. singh, P. Passalacqua, and E. Foufoula-Georgiou (2020), Holder-conditioned Hypsometry: A Refinement to a Classical Approach for the Characterization of Topography, Water Resources Rsearch, 56, doi: 10.1029/2019WR025412