Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface

(The TQCC of Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface is 8. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
A Multi‐Phase Mass Flow Model139
Salt Marsh Dynamics in a Period of Accelerated Sea Level Rise60
Buffered, Incomplete, and Shredded: The Challenges of Reading an Imperfect Stratigraphic Record55
Future Evolution of Greenland's Marine‐Terminating Outlet Glaciers49
How Much of the Earth's Surface is Underlain by Permafrost?47
Resilience of River Deltas in the Anthropocene42
Salt Marsh Establishment and Eco‐Engineering Effects in Dynamic Estuaries Determined by Species Growth and Mortality41
From Toppling to Sliding: Progressive Evolution of the Moosfluh Landslide, Switzerland36
The Importance of Monitoring Interval for Rockfall Magnitude‐Frequency Estimation36
Model for the Formation of Single‐Thread Rivers in Barren Landscapes and Implications for Pre‐Silurian and Martian Fluvial Deposits33
Climate Change Impacts on Sediment Yield and Debris‐Flow Activity in an Alpine Catchment30
Modeling Deltaic Lobe‐Building Cycles and Channel Avulsions for the Yellow River Delta, China30
Physical Interpretation of Rainfall Thresholds for Runoff‐Generated Debris Flows29
Arctic River Delta Morphologic Variability and Implications for Riverine Fluxes to the Coast29
Volume Characteristics of Landslides Triggered by the MW 7.8 2016 Kaikōura Earthquake, New Zealand, Derived From Digital Surface Difference Modeling28
Influence of Floods, Tides, and Vegetation on Sediment Retention in Wax Lake Delta, Louisiana, USA28
Field Application and Validation of a Seismic Bedload Transport Model25
Integrating Suspended Sediment Flux in Large Alluvial River Channels: Application of a Synoptic Rouse‐Based Model to the Irrawaddy and Salween Rivers25
A Mechanistic Model for Lateral Erosion of Bedrock Channel Banks by Bedload Particle Impacts25
Postwildfire Soil‐Hydraulic Recovery and the Persistence of Debris Flow Hazards25
Toward Improved Accuracy of Remote Sensing Approaches for Quantifying Suspended Sediment: Implications for Suspended‐Sediment Monitoring24
Post‐Wildfire Surface Deformation Near Batagay, Eastern Siberia, Detected by L‐Band and C‐Band InSAR24
Controls of Variability in Berm and Dune Storm Erosion24
Evolution of Coseismic and Post‐seismic Landsliding After the 2015 Mw 7.8 Gorkha Earthquake, Nepal22
Measuring Basal Force Fluctuations of Debris Flows Using Seismic Recordings and Empirical Green's Functions22
Effects of Wind Velocity and Nebkha Geometry on Shadow Dune Formation22
Quantification of Peat Thickness and Stored Carbon at the Landscape Scale in Tropical Peatlands: A Comparison of Airborne Geophysics and an Empirical Topographic Method22
Intermittent Aeolian Saltation Over a Gobi Surface: Threshold, Saltation Layer Height, and High‐Frequency Variability21
Water Tracks Enhance Water Flow Above Permafrost in Upland Arctic Alaska Hillslopes21
Antarctic Topographic Realizations and Geostatistical Modeling Used to Map Subglacial Lakes21
Spread of Svalbard Glacier Mass Loss to Barents Sea Margins Revealed by CryoSat‐221
Continental‐Scale Landscape Evolution: A History of North American Topography21
Drainage Area, Bedrock Fracture Spacing, and Weathering Controls on Landscape‐Scale Patterns in Surface Sediment Grain Size21
Effect of Subshelf Melt Variability on Sea Level Rise Contribution From Thwaites Glacier, Antarctica21
Evaluating the Relationship Between Meander‐Bend Curvature, Sediment Supply, and Migration Rates20
Present‐Day Greenland Ice Sheet Climate and Surface Mass Balance in CESM220
Temporal Variations in Landslide Distributions Following Extreme Events: Implications for Landslide Susceptibility Modeling20
Inverting Topography for Landscape Evolution Model Process Representation: 3. Determining Parameter Ranges for Select Mature Geomorphic Transport Laws and Connecting Changes in Fluvial Erodibility to 20
The Evolution of Sediment Sources Over a Sequence of Postfire Sediment‐Laden Flows Revealed Through Repeat High‐Resolution Change Detection19
Tidal Flow Asymmetry and Discharge of Lateral Tributaries Drive the Evolution of a Microtidal Meander in the Venice Lagoon (Italy)19
The Influence of Frost Weathering on Debris Flow Sediment Supply in an Alpine Basin19
Inverting Topography for Landscape Evolution Model Process Representation: 1. Conceptualization and Sensitivity Analysis19
Sediment Transit Time and Floodplain Storage Dynamics in Alluvial Rivers Revealed by Meteoric 10Be19
Unraveling the Combined Effects of Ice and Permafrost on Arctic Delta Morphodynamics18
Movement of Sediment Through a Burned Landscape: Sediment Volume Observations and Model Comparisons in the San Gabriel Mountains, California, USA18
Multi‐Model Comparison of Computed Debris Flow Runout for the 9 January 2018 Montecito, California Post‐Wildfire Event18
Hydrogeomorphic Recovery and Temporal Changes in Rainfall Thresholds for Debris Flows Following Wildfire18
Surface Deformation and Influence of Hydrological Mass Over Himalaya and North India Revealed From a Decade of Continuous GPS and GRACE Observations17
Impact of Changing Concavity Indices on Channel Steepness and Divide Migration Metrics17
Simulating Snow Redistribution and its Effect on Ground Surface Temperature at a High‐Arctic Site on Svalbard17
Sensitivity of the Northeast Greenland Ice Stream to Geothermal Heat17
A New Data‐Driven Bayesian Inversion of Fluvial Topography Clarifies the Tectonic History of the Corinth Rift and Reveals a Channel Steepness Threshold17
Relations Between the Characteristics of Granular Column Collapses and Resultant High‐Frequency Seismic Signals16
Secondary Flows and Vortex Structure Associated With Isolated and Interacting Barchan Dunes16
Multidecadal Basal Melt Rates and Structure of the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica, Using Airborne Ice Penetrating Radar16
Englacial Pore Water Localizes Shear in Temperate Ice Stream Margins16
Pore‐Scale Simulation of Immersed Granular Collapse: Implications to Submarine Landslides16
Sediment Connectivity: A Framework for Analyzing Coastal Sediment Transport Pathways16
Seismic Analysis of the Detachment and Impact Phases of a Rockfall and Application for Estimating Rockfall Volume and Free‐Fall Height16
Production and Transport of Supraglacial Debris: Insights From Cosmogenic 10Be and Numerical Modeling, Chhota Shigri Glacier, Indian Himalaya16
A Statistical Description of Particle Motion and Rest Regimes in Open‐Channel Flows Under Low Bedload Transport16
Estimating Mean Bedload Transport Rates and Their Uncertainty16
Low Dust Generation Potential From Active Sand Grains by Wind Abrasion16
Subglacial Drainage Evolution Modulates Seasonal Ice Flow Variability of Three Tidewater Glaciers in Southwest Greenland16
Accelerated Snow Melt in the Russian Caucasus Mountains After the Saharan Dust Outbreak in March 201816
Beyond x,y,z(t); Navigating New Landscapes of Science in the Science of Landscapes15
Experimental Insights Into the Threshold of Motion in Alluvial Channels: Sediment Supply and Streambed State15
Revealing the Importance of Capillary and Collisional Stresses on Soil Bed Erosion Induced by Debris Flows15
Connecting Sediment Retention to Distributary‐Channel Hydrodynamics and Sediment Dynamics in a Tide‐dominated Delta: The Ayeyarwady Delta, Myanmar15
Inferring Ice Fabric From Birefringence Loss in Airborne Radargrams: Application to the Eastern Shear Margin of Thwaites Glacier, West Antarctica15
The Application of Ensemble Wave Forcing to Quantify Uncertainty of Shoreline Change Predictions15
Passive Acoustic Measurement of Bedload Transport: Toward a Global Calibration Curve?15
On the Stability of Deep‐Seated Landslides. The Cases of Vaiont (Italy) and Shuping (Three Gorges Dam, China)15
Hydromechanical Rock Slope Damage During Late Pleistocene and Holocene Glacial Cycles in an Alpine Valley15
The Role of Differential Ablation and Dynamic Detachment in Driving Accelerating Mass Loss From a Debris‐Covered Himalayan Glacier15
Could the Last Interglacial Constrain Projections of Future Antarctic Ice Mass Loss and Sea‐Level Rise?15
Laboratory Experiments of Bank Collapse: The Role of Bank Height and Near‐Bank Water Depth15
Icequake Source Mechanisms for Studying Glacial Sliding14
Inverting Topography for Landscape Evolution Model Process Representation: 2. Calibration and Validation14
Equilibrium Cross Section of River Channels With Cohesive Erodible Banks14
Sediment Delivery to a Tidal Marsh Platform Is Minimized by Source Decoupling and Flux Convergence14
Interpretation of Volume and Flux Changes of the Laurichard Rock Glacier Between 1952 and 2019, French Alps13
Observations of Tidal Melt and Vertical Strain at the Filchner‐Ronne Ice Shelf, Antarctica13
Extreme Precipitation Across Adjacent Burned and Unburned Watersheds Reveals Impacts of Low Severity Wildfire on Debris‐Flow Processes13
The Quasi‐Equilibrium Longitudinal Profile in Backwater Reaches of the Engineered Alluvial River: A Space‐Marching Method13
Unified Model of Sediment Transport Threshold and Rate Across Weak and Intense Subaqueous Bedload, Windblown Sand, and Windblown Snow13
Rapid Reconfiguration of the Greenland Ice Sheet Coastal Margin13
Geometry and Topology of Estuary and Braided River Channel Networks Automatically Extracted From Topographic Data13
Chemical Versus Mechanical Denudation in Meta‐Clastic and Carbonate Bedrock Catchments on Crete, Greece, and Mechanisms for Steep and High Carbonate Topography12
Dune Initiation in a Bimodal Wind Regime12
Bank Erosion Processes in Regulated Navigable Rivers12
The Hydraulic Geometry of Evolving Meandering Rivers12
Inferring the Subsurface Geometry and Strength of Slow‐Moving Landslides Using 3‐D Velocity Measurements From the NASA/JPL UAVSAR12
The Relationship Between Topography, Bedrock Weathering, and Water Storage Across a Sequence of Ridges and Valleys12
Calving Multiplier Effect Controlled by Melt Undercut Geometry12
Twelve‐Year Dynamics and Rainfall Thresholds for Alternating Creep and Rapid Movement of the Hooskanaden Landslide From Integrating InSAR, Pixel Offset Tracking, and Borehole and Hydrological Measurem12
Atmospheric Dust Deposition Varies by Season and Elevation in the Colorado Front Range, USA12
The Role of Large Woody Debris in Beach‐Dune Interaction12
Field‐Based Estimate of the Sediment Deficit in Coastal Louisiana12
Slope Gradient Controls Soil Thickness and Chemical Weathering in Subtropical Brazil: Understanding Rates and Timescales of Regional Soilscape Evolution Through a Combination of Field Data and Modelin12
Post‐Wildfire Generation of Debris‐Flow Slurry by Rill Erosion on Colluvial Hillslopes12
Catchment‐Scale Characterization of Intermittent Stream Infiltration; a Geophysics Approach12
Topographic Correction of Geothermal Heat Flux in Greenland and Antarctica12
Uncertainties in Shoreline Projections to 2100 at Truc Vert Beach (France): Role of Sea‐Level Rise and Equilibrium Model Assumptions12
Bedforms of Thwaites Glacier, West Antarctica: Character and Origin11
Joint Stochastic Bedload Transport and Bed Elevation Model: Variance Regulation and Power Law Rests11
Not all Icequakes are Created Equal: Basal Icequakes Suggest Diverse Bed Deformation Mechanisms at Rutford Ice Stream, West Antarctica11
Complex Basal Conditions and Their Influence on Ice Flow at the Onset of the Northeast Greenland Ice Stream11
Seasonal Subsurface Thaw Dynamics of an Aufeis Feature Inferred From Geophysical Methods11
Seismostratigraphic and Geomorphic Evidence for the Glacial History of the Northwestern Chukchi Margin, Arctic Ocean11
Wind and Sand Transport Across a Vegetated Foredune Slope11
Topography Curvature Effects in Thin‐Layer Models for Gravity‐Driven Flows Without Bed Erosion11
Unsaturated Flow Processes and the Onset of Seasonal Deformation in Slow‐Moving Landslides11
Mineral Weathering and Bedrock Weakening: Modeling Microscale Bedrock Damage Under Biotite Weathering11
Age‐Depth Stratigraphy of Pine Island Glacier Inferred From Airborne Radar and Ice‐Core Chronology11
Constraining Ice Shelf Anisotropy Using Shear Wave Splitting Measurements from Active‐Source Borehole Seismics11
Quantifying Near‐Surface Rock Strength on a Regional Scale From Hillslope Stability Models11
Effect of Small Tidal Fluctuations on the Stability and Equilibrium Configurations of Bifurcations11
Splash of Solid Particles as a Stochastic Point Process11
Temporal and Spatial Variations in Rock Uplift From River‐Profile Inversions at the Central Anatolian Plateau Southern Margin10
Distribution and Recurrence of Warming‐Induced Retrogressive Thaw Slumps on the Central Qinghai‐Tibet Plateau10
Environmental Controls of InSAR‐Based Periglacial Ground Dynamics in a Sub‐Arctic Landscape10
A Sequentially Coupled Catchment‐Scale Numerical Model for Snowmelt‐Induced Soil Slope Instabilities10
Upscaling Sediment‐Flux‐Dependent Fluvial Bedrock Incision to Long Timescales10
Controls on Larsen C Ice Shelf Retreat From a 60‐Year Satellite Data Record10
Global Dust Variability Explained by Drought Sensitivity in CMIP6 Models10
Factors Controlling Terminus Position of Hansbreen, a Tidewater Glacier in Svalbard10
Linking Mesoscale Meteorology With Extreme Landscape Response: Effects of Narrow Cold Frontal Rainbands (NCFR)10
An Analytical Model for Lateral Erosion From Saltating Bedload Particle Impacts10
Sea Level Rise Will Drive Divergent Sediment Transport Patterns on Fore Reefs and Reef Flats, Potentially Causing Erosion on Atoll Islands10
Characterization of Deltaic Channel Morphodynamics From Imagery Time Series Using the Channelized Response Variance10
Feedbacks Between Surface Deformation and Permafrost Degradation in Ice Wedge Polygons, Arctic Coastal Plain, Alaska10
Geologic Trends in Shear Strength Properties Inferred Through Three‐Dimensional Back Analysis of Landslide Inventories10
Rapidly Migrating Secondary Bedforms Can Persist on the Lee of Slowly Migrating Primary River Dunes10
Denudation Rate Changes Along a Fast‐Eroding Mountainous River With Slate Headwaters in Taiwan From 10Be (Meteoric)/9Be Ratios10
The Role of Englacial Hydrology in the Filling and Drainage of an Ice‐Dammed Lake, Kaskawulsh Glacier, Yukon, Canada10
Using Ice Cores and Gaussian Process Emulation to Recover Changes in the Greenland Ice Sheet During the Last Interglacial10
Seismic Monitoring of a Subarctic River: Seasonal Variations in Hydraulics, Sediment Transport, and Ice Dynamics10
Thermokarst Lake to Lagoon Transitions in Eastern Siberia: Do Submerged Taliks Refreeze?10
Scale‐Dependent Contributors to River Profile Geometry10
Influence of Spatial Rainfall Gradients on River Longitudinal Profiles and the Topographic Expression of Spatially and Temporally Variable Climates in Mountain Landscapes10
Impact of Nested Moisture Cycles on Coastal Chalk Cliff Failure Revealed by Multiseasonal Seismic and Topographic Surveys10
Modeling Present and Future Permafrost Distribution at the Seward Peninsula, Alaska10
How Flexible, Slit and Rigid Barriers Mitigate Two‐Phase Geophysical Mass Flows: A Numerical Appraisal9
Understanding the Eco‐Geomorphologic Feedback of Coastal Marsh Under Sea Level Rise: Vegetation Dynamic Representations, Processes Interaction, and Parametric Sensitivity9
Glacial Aerodynamic Roughness Estimates: Uncertainty, Sensitivity, and Precision in Field Measurements9
Future Projections of Petermann Glacier Under Ocean Warming Depend Strongly on Friction Law9
The Fate of Sediment After a Large Earthquake9
Characterizing Sediment Flux of Deforming Glacier Beds9
Ooid Cortical Stratigraphy Reveals Common Histories of Individual Co‐occurring Sedimentary Grains9
Basal Channel Evolution on the Getz Ice Shelf, West Antarctica9
Decoupling the Role of Inertia, Friction, and Cohesion in Dense Granular Avalanche Pressure Build‐up on Obstacles9
Groundwater Affects the Geomorphic and Hydrologic Properties of Coevolved Landscapes9
Experiments on the Morphodynamics of Open Channel Confluences: Implications for the Accumulation of Contaminated Sediments9
Applications of SAR Interferometric Coherence Time Series: Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Geomorphic Transitions in the South‐Central Andes9
How Do Braided Rivers Grow Channel Belts?9
Estimation of Tsunami Characteristics from Deposits: Inverse Modeling Using a Deep‐Learning Neural Network9
Spatial Variability of the Snowmelt‐Albedo Feedback in Antarctica9
Collapse of the Last Eurasian Ice Sheet in the North Sea Modulated by Combined Processes of Ice Flow, Surface Melt, and Marine Ice Sheet Instabilities9
Resolving Deep Critical Zone Architecture in Complex Volcanic Terrain9
Modeling Ice‐Crystal Fabric as a Proxy for Ice‐Stream Stability9
Role of Future Reef Growth on Morphological Response of Coral Reef Islands to Sea‐Level Rise9
Electrical Resistivity of Freezing Clay: Experimental Study and Theoretical Model9
Modeled and Observed Bedrock Displacements in North‐East Greenland Using Refined Estimates of Present‐Day Ice‐Mass Changes and Densified GNSS Measurements9
Snow Avalanche Detection and Source Constraints Made Using a Networked Array of Infrasound Sensors9
Hydrological Connectivity Controls Magnitude and Distribution of Sediment Deposition Within the Deltaic Islands of Wax Lake Delta, LA, USA9
Does Channel Narrowing by Floodplain Growth Necessarily Indicate Sediment Surplus? Lessons From Sediment Transport Analyses in the Green and Colorado Rivers, Canyonlands, Utah9
Monitoring the Preonzo Rock Slope Instability Using Resonance Mode Analysis9
Interannual Dynamics of Ice Cliff Populations on Debris‐Covered Glaciers From Remote Sensing Observations and Stochastic Modeling8
Non‐Monotonic Floodplain Responses to Changes in Flooding Intensity8
Topographic and Geologic Controls on Frost Cracking in Alpine Rockwalls8
Mechanisms of Discontinuous Permafrost Thaw in Peatlands8
Fast Response of Amazon Rivers to Quaternary Climate Cycles8
Isolating Lithologic Versus Tectonic Signals of River Profiles to Test Orogenic Models for the Eastern and Southeastern Carpathians8
Long‐Runout‐Landslide‐Induced Debris Flow: The Role of Fine Sediment Deposition Processes in Debris Flow Propagation8
Experimental Validation of the Near‐Bed Particle‐Borne Stress Profile in Aeolian Transport Systems8
Mechanisms of Submarine Debris Flow Growth8
Greenland Mass Trends From Airborne and Satellite Altimetry During 2011–20208
Global Observations of Riverbank Erosion and Accretion From Landsat Imagery8
Seismic Ambient Noise Analyses Reveal Changing Temperature and Water Signals to 10s of Meters Depth in the Critical Zone8
Characteristics of the Impact Pressure of Debris Flows8
Morphodynamic Evolution of a Fringing Sandy Shoal: From Tidal Levees to Sea Level Rise8
Climatic and Biotic Controls on Topographic Asymmetry at the Global Scale8
Multisystem Synthesis of Radar Sounding Observations of the Amundsen Sea Sector From the 2004–2005 Field Season8
The Biophysical Role of Water and Ice Within Permafrost Nearing Collapse: Insights From Novel Geophysical Observations8
Atmospheric and Oceanographic Signatures in the Ice Shelf Channel Morphology of Roi Baudouin Ice Shelf, East Antarctica, Inferred From Radar Data8
The Art of Landslides: How Stochastic Mass Wasting Shapes Topography and Influences Landscape Dynamics8
Influence of Dunes on Channel‐Scale Flow and Sediment Transport in a Sand Bed Braided River8
Holocene Climate Modulates Mud Supply, Transport, and Sedimentation on the East China Sea Shelf8
Implications of Coastal Conditions and Sea‐Level Rise on Mangrove Vulnerability: A Bio‐Morphodynamic Modeling Study8
Comparing Glacial‐Geological Evidence and Model Simulations of Ice Sheet Change since the Last Glacial Period in the Amundsen Sea Sector of Antarctica8
Dynamics of Marsh‐Derived Sediments in Lagoon‐Type Estuaries8
Impacts of Degrading Ice‐Wedges on Ground Temperatures in a High Arctic Polar Desert System8
Contrasting Response of West and East Antarctic Ice Sheets to Glacial Isostatic Adjustment8
Climate‐Change Controls on River Delta Avulsion Location and Frequency8
Large‐Scale Cenozoic Wind Erosion in the Puna Plateau: The Salina del Fraile Depression8
Organic Matter Accretion, Shallow Subsidence, and River Delta Sustainability8
Infrasonic and Seismic Analysis of Debris‐Flow Events at Illgraben (Switzerland): Relating Signal Features to Flow Parameters and to the Seismo‐Acoustic Source Mechanism8
Debris Flows, Boulders and Constrictions: A Simple Framework for Modeling Jamming, and Its Consequences on Outflow8