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Clifford S . Riebe



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Weathering, Erosion, Landscape Evolution

Associate Professor; Geology, U. Wyoming
University of Wyoming - University of Wyoming
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Ph.D., Geology and Geophysics, University of California, Berkeley, 2000

My group seeks quantitative insight on processes that break rock down and move sediment across landscapes. To obtain it, we use a variety of geochemical, isotopic, and geophysical methods to measure properties of the surface and shallow subsurface. Together these measurements reveal patterns of erosion, weathering, regolith formation, and biogeochemical cycling. This work is vital to understanding connections between life and landscapes and to making advances in understanding how humans and natural processes shape Earth's dynamic surface.


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