Leonard S. Sklar, Ph.D.

2003 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Geology, Hydrology, Physical Geography
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William E. Dietrich grad student 2003 UC Berkeley
 (The influence of grain size, sediment supply, and rock strength on rates of river incision into bedrock.)
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Murphy BP, Johnson JP, Gasparini NM, et al. (2016) Chemical weathering as a mechanism for the climatic control of bedrock river incision. Nature. 532: 223-7
Diehl RM, Wilcox AC, Stella JC, et al. (2016) Fluvial sediment supply and pioneer woody seedlings as a control on bar-surface topography Earth Surface Processes and Landforms
Overstreet BT, Riebe CS, Wooster JK, et al. (2016) Tools for gauging the capacity of salmon spawning substrates Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 41: 130-142
Lukens CE, Riebe CS, Sklar LS, et al. (2016) Grain size bias in cosmogenic nuclide studies of stream sediment in steep terrain Journal of Geophysical Research F: Earth Surface
Goodfellow BW, Hilley GE, Webb SM, et al. (2016) The chemical, mechanical, and hydrological evolution of weathering granitoid Journal of Geophysical Research F: Earth Surface. 121: 1410-1435
Fuller TK, Gran KB, Sklar LS, et al. (2016) Lateral erosion in an experimental bedrock channel: The influence of bed roughness on erosion by bed load impacts Journal of Geophysical Research F: Earth Surface. 121: 1084-1105
Riebe CS, Sklar LS, Lukens CE, et al. (2015) Climate and topography control the size and flux of sediment produced on steep mountain slopes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112: 15574-9
Lamb MP, Finnegan NJ, Scheingross JS, et al. (2015) New insights into the mechanics of fluvial bedrock erosion through flume experiments and theory Geomorphology. 244: 33-55
Albertson LK, Sklar LS, Cardinale BJ. (2015) Reply to comment by Sean P. Ferguson and Colin D. Rennie on "A mechanistic model linking insect (Hydropsychidae) silk nets to incipient sediment motion in gravel-bedded streams" Journal of Geophysical Research F: Earth Surface
Manners RB, Wilcox AC, Kui L, et al. (2015) When do plants modify fluvial processes? Plant-hydraulic interactions under variable flow and sediment supply rates Journal of Geophysical Research F: Earth Surface. 120: 325-345
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