CIRES Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Science
CIRES - Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences
MS, Geology, University of Florida, 2009
CZO Research Groups
Developing and exploring a theory for the lateral erosion of bedrock channels for use in landscape evolution models. Langston, AL and Tucker, GE (2018): Earth Surface Dynamics 6: 1-27
Evidence for climatic and hillslope-aspect controls on vadose zone moisture and saprolite weathering. Langston, A. L., Tucker,G. E., Anderson, R. S. and Anderson, S. P. (2015): ESPL, 40 1254-1269
Interpreting climate-modulated processes of terrace development along Colorado Front Range using a landscape evolution model. Langston, A.L., G.E. Tucker, R.S. Anderson (2015): JGR-Earth Surface 120: 2121-2138
Variation in critical zone processes and architecture across slope aspects, . Anderson, SP, Hinckley, E-L, Kelly, P, Langston, A (2014): Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 10: 28-33
Exploring Links between Vadose Zone Hydrology and Chemical Weathering in the Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory. Langston, A.L., Tucker, G.E., Anderson, R.S., and Anderson, S.P. (2011): Applied Geochemistry 26(S1): S70-S71.
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
The torrential and the mundane: Climate controls on hillslope weathering, channel bed material, and landscape evolution in the Colorado Front Range. Langston, A. L. (2014): Ph.D. dissertation, Dept. of Geological Sciences, University of Colorado, Boulder.
Using VS2Di to study aspect-related controls on vadose-zone moisture
2D model of subsurface moisture dynamics in the vadose zone. Model written by R. Healy, USGS.