Grant A. Meyer
Grant A. Meyer
Professor Emeritus, Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of New Mexico
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Changes in fire regimes since the Last Glacial Maximum: an assessment based on a global synthesis and analysis of charcoal data
MJ Power, J Marlon, N Ortiz, PJ Bartlein, SP Harrison, FE Mayle, ...
Climate dynamics 30, 887-907, 2008
Fire-induced erosion and millennial-scale climate change in northern ponderosa pine forests
JL Pierce, GA Meyer, AJ Timothy Jull
Nature 432 (7013), 87-90, 2004
Fire and alluvial chronology in Yellowstone National Park: climatic and intrinsic controls on Holocene geomorphic processes
GA Meyer, SG Wells, AJ Timothy Jull
Geological Society of America Bulletin 107 (10), 1211-1230, 1995
Fire-related sedimentation events on alluvial fans, Yellowstone National Park, USA
GA Meyer, SG Wells
Journal of Sedimentary Research 67 (5), 776-791, 1997
Fire, storms, and erosional events in the Idaho batholith
GA Meyer, JL Pierce, SH Wood, AJT Jull
Hydrological processes 15 (15), 3025-3038, 2001
Response of alluvial systems to fire and climate change in Yellowstone National Park
GA Meyer, SG Wells, RC Balling, AJT Jull
Nature 357, 147-150, 1992
Climatic controls on fire-induced sediment pulses in Yellowstone National Park and central Idaho: a long-term perspective
GA Meyer, JL Pierce
Forest Ecology and Management 178 (1-2), 89-104, 2003
Aspect‐related microclimatic influences on slope forms and processes, northeastern Arizona
BN Burnett, GA Meyer, LD McFadden
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 113 (F3), 2008
Climate change in Yellowstone National Park: is the drought-related risk of wildfires increasing?
RC Balling Jr, GA Meyer, SG Wells
Climatic change 22 (1), 35-45, 1992
Relation of surface climate and burned area in Yellowstone National Park
RC Balling Jr, GA Meyer, SG Wells
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 60 (3-4), 285-293, 1992
Holocene beaver damming, fluvial geomorphology, and climate in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
L Persico, G Meyer
Quaternary Research 71 (3), 340-353, 2009
Historical channel narrowing along the Rio Grande near Albuquerque, New Mexico in response to peak discharge reductions and engineering: magnitude and uncertainty of change …
BJ Swanson, GA Meyer, JE Coonrod
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 36 (7), 885-900, 2011
Beaver dams and channel sediment dynamics on Odell Creek, Centennial Valley, Montana, USA
R Levine, GA Meyer
Geomorphology 205, 51-64, 2014
Geomorphic control of persistent mine impacts in a Yellowstone Park stream and implications for the recovery of fluvial systems
WA Marcus, GA Meyer, DWR Nimmo
Geology 29 (4), 355-358, 2001
Evidence for debris flow gully formation initiated by shallow subsurface water on Mars
NL Lanza, GA Meyer, CH Okubo, HE Newsom, RC Wiens
Icarus 205 (1), 103-112, 2010
Recent large-magnitude floods and their impact on valley-floor environments of northeastern Yellowstone
GA Meyer
Geomorphology 40 (3-4), 271-290, 2001
Long-term fire history from alluvial fan sediments: the role of drought and climate variability, and implications for management of Rocky Mountain forests
J Pierce, G Meyer
International Journal of Wildland Fire 17 (1), 84-95, 2008
Natural and historical variability in fluvial processes, beaver activity, and climate in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
L Persico, G Meyer
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 38 (7), 728-750, 2013
Chronotopographic analysis directly from point-cloud data: A method for detecting small, seasonal hillslope change, Black Mesa Escarpment, NE Arizona
TF Wawrzyniec, LD McFadden, A Ellwein, G Meyer, L Scuderi, J McAuliffe, ...
Geosphere 3 (6), 550-567, 2007
Relative size of fluvial and glaciated valleys in central Idaho
BE Amerson, DR Montgomery, G Meyer
Geomorphology 93 (3-4), 537-547, 2008
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