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    • Hydroclimate in the Pamirs Was Driven by Changes in Precipitation-Evaporation Seasonality Since the Last Glacial Period 

      Aichner, BernhardORCIDiD; Makhmudov, Zafar; Rajabov, Ilhomjon; Zhang, QiongORCIDiD; Pausata, Francesco S. R.ORCIDiD; Werner, MartinORCIDiD; Heinecke, LivORCIDiD; Kuessner, Marie L.ORCIDiD; Feakins, Sarah J.ORCIDiD; Sachse, DirkORCIDiD; Mischke, SteffenORCIDiD (Geophysical Research Letters, 2019)
      The Central Asian Pamir Mountains (Pamirs) are a high-altitude region sensitive to climatic change, with only few paleoclimatic records available. To examine the glacial-interglacial hydrological changes in the region, we ...
    • Sediment Transit Time and Floodplain Storage Dynamics in Alluvial Rivers Revealed by Meteoric 10Be 

      Repasch, MarisaORCIDiD; Wittmann, Hella; Scheingross, Joel S.ORCIDiD; Sachse, DirkORCIDiD; Szupiany, RicardoORCIDiD; Orfeo, OscarORCIDiD; Fuchs, Margret; Hovius, NielsORCIDiD (Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 2020)
      Quantifying the time scales of sediment transport and storage through river systems is fundamental for understanding weathering processes, biogeochemical cycling, and improving watershed management, but measuring sediment ...