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  List of Accepted Contributions - GM14 Landscape response to changing climate

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May, J.-H.; Argollo, J.; Veit, H.
Holocene to historical paleohydrology deduced from geomorphology and paleosol-sediment-sequences along the Andean piedmont in semi-arid Eastern Bolivia

Dadson, S; Hovius, N; Chen, H; Horng, M
Temporal response of mountain drainage basins in Taiwan to earthquake and typhoon perturbation.

Kels, H.; Schirmer, W.
Sediment flux from the Rhein–Maas loess plateau to the Lower Rhein

Anders, A
Co-evolution of climate and topography

Slott, J.; Murray, A.B.; Valvo, L.; Ashton, A.
Shoreline response to climate change in a model of large-scale coastline change

Gardarsson, S.M.; Jonsson, B.; Eliasson, J.
Long term development of Flow and Storage in Halslon Reservoir

Derron, M.-H.
A new chemical denudation model for landscape evolution numerical modeling

Thorsen, M. R.; Hansen, D. L.; Nielsen, S. B.
The cause of Early Oligocene increase in North Sea sedimentation rate: climatic or tectonic?

Lang, A
Changes in hillslope-channel coupling over medium to long timescales (100-1000 years) - examples from loess areas in central and western Europe.

Foster, D.; Brocklehurst, S.H.; Gawthorpe, R.L.
Relative importance of climate and tectonics for landscape evolution in the northern Basin and Range - insights from digital elevation model analysis

Bonnet, S.
On some geomorphological consequences of orographic precipitation.

Kim, J.Y; Kim, J.Y.; Lee, S.C.; Kim, J.K.
Fluvial terraces along the Namhan River; Is it climatic?

Barbour, J.; Stark, C.
Bedrock channel sinuosity and discharge variability

Coulthard, T
Modelling fluvial geomorphological response to climate change

Mitchell, A.; Gupta, S.
Catastrophic flood spillway channels in SW Eurasia: Geomorphology and Palaeohydrology

Bookhagen, B.; Fleitmann, D.; Niedermann, S.; Nishiizumi, K.; Strecker, M.R.; Thiede, R.C.
Holocene climate change and its impact on the fluvial system in the Sutlej Valley, NW India

Cremaschi, M.; Zerboni, A.; Perego, A.
The Holocene history of the wadi Tanezzuft (Libyan Sahara): response of fluvial landforms to incoming aridity

Orr, H; Walsh, C; Large, A; Newson, M; Kilsby, C
Identifying reach scale morphological variability in river channels for adaptation to future climate change

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