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Scheingross, J.S., M.P. Lamb, and B. Fuller, submitted, Self-formed bedrock waterfalls

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11. Scheingross, J.S. and M.P. Lamb, 2017, A mechanistic model of waterfall plunge-pool erosion into bedrock, JGR – Earth Surface, doi: 10.1002/2017JF004195. (PDF, SI + Matlab Codes)

10. Scheingross, J.S., *Lo, D.Y., and M.P. Lamb, 2017, Self-formed waterfall plunge pools in homogeneous rock, Geophysical Research Letters, V. 44, p. 200-208, doi: 10.1002/2016GL071730. (PDF with Supp)

9. Scheingross, J.S. and M.P. Lamb, 2016, Sediment transport through self-adjusting, bedrock-walled waterfall plunge pools, JGR- Earth Surface, V. 121,  p. 939-963, doi: 10.1002/2015JF003620. (PDF, Supporting Information, PDF with Supp, Movies, Matlab Codes)

8. Lamb M.P., Finnegan, N.J., Scheingross, J.S., and Sklar, L.S., 2015, New insight into the mechanics of fluvial bedrock erosion through flume experiments and theory,  Geomorphology, V. 244, p. 33-55, doi: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2015.03.003. (PDF)

7. Scheingross, J.S., Brun, F., *Lo, D.Y., *Omerdin, K., and M.P. Lamb, 2014, Experimental evidence for fluvial bedrock incision by suspended and bed-load sediment, Geology, V. 42, no. 6, pg. 523-526, doi:10.1130/G35432.1. (PDF with DRData RepositoryDR Movies [zipped file])

6. Mackey, B.H., Scheingross, J.S., Lamb, M.P., and K.A. Farley, 2014, Knickpoint formation, rapid propagation, and landscape response following coastal cliff retreat at last-interglacial sea-level highstand: Kaua‘i, Hawai‘i, GSA Bulletin, doi:10.1130/B30930.1. (PDF)

5. DiBiase, R.A., Limaye, A.B., Scheingross, J.S., Fischer, W.W. and Lamb, M.P., 2013, Deltaic deposits at Aeolis Dorsa: Sedimentary evidence for a standing body of water on the northern plains of Mars, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, V. 118, Issue 6, pg. 1285-1308, doi: 10.1002/jgre.20100. (PDF)

4. Scheingross, J.S., Winchell, E.W., Lamb, M.P., and W.E. Dietrich, 2013, Influence of bed patchiness, slope, grain hiding, and form drag on gravel mobilization in very steep streams, Journal of Geophysical Research Earth Surface, V. 118, Issue 2, p. 982-1001, doi: 10.1002/jgrf.20067. (PDF)

3. Scheingross, J.S., Minchew, B.M., Mackey, B.H., Simons, M., Lamb, M.P., and S. Hensley, 2013, Fault-zone controls on the spatial distribution of slow-moving landslides, GSA Bulletin, V. 125, no. 3/4, p. 473–489; doi:10.1130/B30719.1. (PDF)

2. Lamb, M.P., Scheingross, J.S., Swanson, E., Amidon, W., Limaye, A., 2011, A model for post-fire sediment flux by dry ravel in steep landscapes. Journal of Geophysical Research Earth Surface, V. 116, Issue F3, doi:10.1029/2010JG001878. (PDF)

1. Hurst, T.P., Cooper, D.W., Scheingross, J.S., Seale, E.M., Laurel, B.J., and M.L. Spencer. 2009. Effects of ontogeny, temperature, and light on vertical movements of larval Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus). Fisheries Oceanography, 18, 5, p. 301-311 doi:10.1111/j.1365-2419.2009.00512.x. (PDF)


Scheingross, J.S., 2015, Mechanics of sediment transport and bedrock erosion in steep landscapes, Ph.D. dissertation, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California. (PDF)

Scheingross, J.S., 2007. Predicting species distribution of Sierra Nevada butterflies in response to climate change. Senior Thesis, University of California, Berkeley.