Exploring relationships between climate and topography using 10Be cosmogenic nuclide- derived erosion rates and stream long profiles in the Western Ghats, India
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Tue, 28 May 2013 19:44:33 GMT
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cosmogenic nuclide; 10Be concentration; erosion rates; passive margin escarpment; Western Ghats; retreat; landscape evolution; stream capture; geomorphology; co-evolution
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