Professor / Lecturer
Catchment erosion response to climate change; soil production and erosion; sediment production and transport.
Arrested development: Erosional equilibrium in the southern Sierra Nevada, California, maintained by feedbacks between channel incision and hillslope sediment production. Callahan, R.P., Ferrier, K.L., Dixon, J., Dosseto, A., Hahm, W.J., Jessup, B.S., Miller, S.N., Hunsaker, C.T., Johnson, D.W., Sklar, L.S., Riebe, C.S. (2019): GSA Bulletin Cross-CZO
Geophysical constraints on deep weathering and water storage potential in the Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory. Holbrook, W.S., Riebe, C.S., Elwaseif, M., Hayes, J.L., Harry, D. L., Basler-Reeder, K., Malazian, A., Dosseto, A., Hartsough, P. C., and Hopmans, J. W. (2014): Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 39:366-380.
Rapid regolith formation over volcanic bedrock and implications for landscape evolution. Dosseto, A., Buss, H.L., Suresh, P.O. (2012): Earth and Planetary Science Letters
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
Using Cosmogenic and U-Series Nuclides in Stream Sediment to Test Hypotheses About Mountain Landscape Evolution . Callahan, R., Riebe, C., Dosseto, A. (2016): Goldschmidt Abstracts. Yokohama, Japan
Geophysics in the Critical Zone: constraints on deep weathering and water storage potential in the Southern Sierra CZO. Holbrook, W., Riebe, C.S., Hayes, J.L., Reeder, K., Harry, D.L., Malazian, A.I., Dosseto, A., Hartsough, P.C., and Hopmans, J.W. (2012): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2012. Abstract EP41I-03.