Publications

 

Larsen, I.J., Farley, K.A., Lamb, M.P. in revision. Cosmogenic 3He production rate in ilmenite and the redistribution of spallation 3He in fine-grained minerals.


Thaler, E.A., Larsen, I.J., Yu, Q. in press. A New Index for Remote Sensing of Soil Organic Carbon Based Solely on Visible Wavelengths. Soil Science Society of America Jounal.


Eger, A., Yoo, K., Almond, P.C., Boitt, G., Larsen, I.J., Condron, L.M., Wang, X., Mudd, S.M. 2018. Does soil erosion rejuvinate the soil phosphorus inventory? Geoderma 332:45-59.
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Larsen, I.J. and Lamb, M.P. 2016. Progressive incision of the Channeled Scablands by outburst floods. Nature 538:229-232. News and Views by Perron and Venditti [P&V]
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Collins, B.D., Montgomery, D.R., Schanz, S.A., Larsen, I.J. 2016. Rates and mechanisms of bedrock incision and strath terrace formation in a forested catchment, Cascade Range, Washington. Geological Society of America Bulletin 128:926-943.
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Prasicek, G., Larsen, I. J., Montgomery, D.R. 2015. Tectonic control on the persistence of glacially sculpted topography. Nature Communications 6:8028, doi: 10.1038/ncomms9028.
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Larsen, I.J., Montgomery, D.R., Greenberg, H.M. 2014. The contribution of mountains to global denudation. Geology 42:527-530.   
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Larsen, I.J., Almond, P.C., Eger, A., Stone, J.O., Montgomery, D.R., Malcolm, B. 2014. Rapid soil production and weathering in the Southern Alps, New Zealand. Science 343: 637-640. Perspective by A. Heimsath.
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Larsen, I.J. and Montgomery, D.R. 2012. Landslide erosion coupled with tectonics and river incision. Nature Geoscience 5:468-473. New and Views by J. Roering
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Larsen, I.J., Montgomery, D.R., Korup, O. 2010. Landslide erosion controlled by hillslope material. Nature Geoscience 3:247-251. 
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Troendle, C.A., MacDonald, L.H., Luce, C.H., and Larsen, I.J. 2010. Fuels management and water yield. in Cumulative Watershed Effects of Fuel Management in the Western United States. edited by W.J. Elliot, I.S. Miller, and L. Audin, USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-231, Fort Collins, CO, p. 126-148. 
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Larsen, I.J., MacDonald, L.H., Brown, E., Rough, D., Welsh, M. J., Pietraszek, J.H., Libohova, Z., Benavides-Solorio, J.D. and Schaffrath, K. 2009. Causes of post-fire runoff and erosion: Water repellency, cover, or soil sealing? Soil Science Society of America Journal 73:1393-1407.  
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MacDonald, L.H., and Larsen, I.J. 2009, Runoff and erosion from wildfires and roads: Effects and mitigation. in Land Restoration to Combat Desertification: Innovative Approaches, Quality Control and Project Evaluation. edited by S. Bautista, J. Aronson, V.R. Vallejo. Fundacion Centro de Estudios Ambientales del Mediterraneo, Paterna, Spain, p. 145-167.
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MacDonald, L.H., and Larsen, I.J. 2009, Effects of forest fires and post-fire rehabilitation: A Colorado, USA case study. in Fire Effects on soils and Restoration Strategies. edited by A. Cerdà and P.R. Robichaud, ch. 16, p. 423-452, Science Publishers, Enfield, NH.  
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MacDonald, L.H., and Larsen, I.J. 2008. Sediment production and delivery from wildfires: processes and mitigation. Proceedings of the First World Landslide Forum, 18-21 November 2008, United Nations University, Tokyo, Japan, Parallel Sessions Volume, p. 381-384. 
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Larsen, I.J., and MacDonald, L.H. 2007, Predicting post-fire sediment yields at the hillslope scale: Testing RUSLE and Disturbed WEPP. Water Resources Research 43:W11412, doi:10.1029/2006WR005560. 
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Larsen, I.J., Pederson, J.L., and Schmidt, J.C. 2006, Geologic versus wildfire controls on hillslope processes and debris flow initiation in the Green River canyons of Dinosaur National Monument. Geomorphology 81:114-127.  
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Larsen, I.J., Schmidt, J.C., and Martin, J.A. 2004, Debris fan reworking during low-magnitude floods in the Green River Canyons of the eastern Uinta Mountains, Colorado and Utah. Geology 32:309-312. Comment and Reply Geology 32:e63, DOI 10.1130/0091-7613(2004)31<e63:R>2.0.CO;2. 
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