8. References

8.1. Published papers

Braun, J., and Sambridge, M., 1997, Modelling landscape evolution on geological time scales: a new method based on irregular spatial discretization: Basin Research, v. 9, p. 27-52.

Coulthard, T.J, 2001, Landscape evolution models: a software review. Hydrological processes, 15, 165-173. pdf

Culling, W.E.H., 1960, Analytical theory of erosion: Journal of Geology, v. 68, p. 336-344.

Howard, A.D., 1994, A detchment-limited model of drainage basin evolution: Water Resources Research, v. 30, p. 2261-2285.

Kooi, H., and Beaumont, C., 1996, Large-scale geomorphology: classical concepts reconciled and integrated with contemporary ideas via a surface processes model: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 101, no. B2, p. 3361-3386.

Sambridge, M., Braun, J., and McQueen, H, 1995, Geophysical parameterization and interpolation of irregular data using natural neighbors: Geophysical Journal International, v. 122, p. 837-857.

Tucker, G.E., and Slingerland, R.L., 1994, Erosional dynamics, flexural isostasy, and long-lived escarpments: a numerical modeling study: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 99, p. 12,229-12,243.

Willgoose, G.R., Bras, R.L., and Rodriguez-Iturbe, I., 1991, A physically based coupled network growth and hillslope evolution model, 1, theory: Water Resources Research, v. 27, p. 1671-1684.

8.2. www resources

Tucker,G., Gasparini, N., Bras,R., and Rybarczyk, S., An object-oriented framework for distributed hydrologic and geomorphic modeling using triangulated irregular networks. http://www.geovista.psu.edu/sites/geocomp99/Gc99/042/gc_042.htm


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