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Couplages entre tectonique et processus de surface dans les orogènes à l’échelle du cycle sismique (R. Cattin, M. Simoes, Ph. Steer)

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Avouac, J.P. (2008). – Dynamic Processes in Extensional and Compressional Settings - Mountain Building: From Earthquakes to Geological Deformation. Treatise on Geophysics, 6, p. 377-439.

Cattin R. et Avouac J.P. (2000). – Modeling mountain building and the seismic cycle in the Himalaya of Nepal. J. Geophys. Res, 105(13), p. 389-407.

Dadson S.J. et al. (2003). – Links between erosion, runoff variability and seismicity in the Taiwan orogen. Nature, 426, p. 648-651.

Dadson S.J. et al. (2004). – Earthquake-triggered increase in sediment delivery from an active mountain belt. Geology, 32(8), p. 733-736.

Graveleau F. et al. (2012). – Experimental modelling of orogenic wedges: A review. Tectonophysics, 538-540, p. 1-66.

Hovius N. et al. (2011). – Prolonged seismically induced erosion and the mass balance of a large earthquake. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 304(3-4), p. 347-355.

Konstantinovskaia E. et Malavieille J. (2005). – Erosion and exhumation in accretionary orogens : Experimental and geological approaches. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 6(2), 25 p., doi :10.1029/2004GC000794.

Lavé J. et Avouac J.P. (2000). – Active folding of fluvial terraces across the Siwalik Hills (Himalaya of central Nepal). J. Geophys. Res., 105, p. 5735-5770.

Lavé J. et Avouac J.P. (2001). – Fluvial incision and tectonic uplift across the Himalayas of Central Nepal. J. Geophys. Res., 106(26), p. 561-592.

Parker R.N. et al. (2011). – Mass wasting triggered by the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake greater than orogenic growth. Nature Geoscience, 4, p. 449-452.

Willet S. D. (1999). – Orogeny and topography : The effects of erosion on the structure of mountain belts. J. Geophys. Res., 104(B12), 28,957-28,981, doi :10.1029/1999JB900248.

 

 

L’évolution du relief aux échelles de temps géologiques : apports des méthodes thermochronologiques (P. van der Beek et J. Braun)

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Braun, J., van der Beek P. Valla P., Robert X., Herman F., Glotzbach C., Pedersen V., Perry C., Simon-Labric T. and Prigent C. (2012). – Quantifying rates of landscape evolution and tectonic processes by thermochronology and numerical modeling of crustal heat transport using PECUBE. Tectonophysics, 524-525, p. 1-28.

Ehlers T.A. & Farley K.A. (2003). – Apatite (U-Th)/He thermochronometry: methods and applications to problems in tectonic and surface processes. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 206, p. 1-14.

Reiners P.W. & Brandon M.T. (2006). – Using thermochronology to understand orogenic erosion. Ann. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci., 34, p. 419-466.

Reiners P. W. and D. L. Shuster (2009). – Thermochronology and landscape evolution. Physics Today (septembre 2009), p. 31-36.

Robert X., van der Beek P., Braun J., Perry C., Dubille M. & Mugnier J.-L. (2009). – Assessing Quaternary reactivation of the Main Central thrust zone (central Nepal Himalaya): New thermochronologic data and numerical modeling. Geology, 37, p. 731-734.

Valla P.G., Shuster D.L. & van der Beek P.A. (2011). – Significant increase in relief of the European Alps during mid-Pleistocene glaciations. Nature Geosci., 4, p. 688-692.

 

 

Les nucléides cosmogéniques : traceurs à haute résolution des taux d'érosion au cours du temps (N. Puchol, P.-H. Blard, J. Charreau, R. Pik)

Charreau J., Blard P. H., Puchol N., Avouac J. P., Lallier-Verges E., Bourles D., Braucher R., Gallaud A., Finkel R., Jolivet M., Chen Y. and Roy P. (2011). – Paleo-erosion rates in Central Asia since 9†Ma: A transient increase at the onset of Quaternary glaciations? Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 304, p. 85-92.

Charreau J., Gumiaux C., Avouac J.-P., Augier R., Chen Y., Barrier L., Gilder S., Dominguez S., Charles N. and Wang Q. (2009). – The Neogene Xiyu Formation, a diachronous prograding gravel wedge at front of the Tianshan: climatic and tectonic implications. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 287, p. 283-310.

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Métivier F. (2002). – On the use of sedimentation rates in deciphering global change. Geophysical Research Letters, 29(15), 1751, doi:10.1029/2002GL015261.

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Schaller M., von Blanckenburg F., Hovius N., Veldkamp A., van den Berg M. W. and Kubik P. W. (2004). – Paleoerosion rates from cosmogenic Be-10 in a 1.3 Ma terrace sequence: Response of the river Meuse to changes in climate and rock uplift. Journal of Geology, 112, p. 127-144.

Willenbring J. K. and von Blanckenburg F. (2010). – Long-term stability of global erosion rates and weathering during late-Cenozoic cooling. Nature, 465, p. 211-214.

Zhang P. Z., Molnar P. and Downs W. R. (2001). – Increased sedimentation rates and grain sizes 2-4 Myr ago due to the influence of climate change on erosion rates. Nature, 410, p. 891-897.

 

 

Mesure de la dénudation des bassins versants par les nucléides cosmogéniques (V. Godard, S. Carretier, V. Regard)

Brown E.T., Stallard R.F., Larsen M.C., Raisebeck G.M. and Yiou F. (1995). – Denuda-tion rates determined from the accumulation of in situ-produced 10Be in the Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 129, p. 193-202.

von Blanckenburg F. (2005). – The control mechanisms of erosion and weathering at basin scale from cosmogenic nuclides in river sediment. Earth and Planetary Science Letters,237, p. 462-479.

Ouimet W. B., Whipple K. X. & Granger D. E. (2009). – Beyond threshold hillslopes: Channel adjustment to base-level fall in tectonically active mountain ranges. Geology, 37, p. 579-582.

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Mouvement de versant : un processus géomorphologique long terme (E. Tric, Th. Lebourg, A. Taboada)

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Bachmann D., Bouissou S. and Chemanda A. (2004). – Influence of weathering and pre existing large scale fractures on gravitational slope failure: insights from 3-D physical modelling. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 4, p. 711-717.

Chang K.-J., Taboada A., Lin M.-L. and Chen R.-F. (2005). – Analysis of landsliding by earthquake shaking using a block-on-slope thermomechanical model: Example of jiufengershan landslide, central Taiwan. Engineering Geology, 80(1-2), doi: 10.1016/j.enggeo.2005.04.004, 23 p.

Chang K.J. and Taboada A. (2009). – Discrete element simulation of the Jiufengershan rock-and-soil avalanche triggered by the 1999 Chi-Chi earthquake, Taiwan. J. Geophys. Res., 114.

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Whipple K. X., Meade B. J. (2004) – Controls on the strength of coupling among climate, erosion, and deformation in two-sided, frictional orogenic wedges at steady state. J. Geophys. Res., 109(F1), F01011.

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Zerathe S. and Lebourg T. (2012). – Analysis of variations of maturation for a large deep-seated landslide occurring at the front of the sub-alpine meridional chains (Maritime-Alps, France). Geomorphology, doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2011.10.006.

 

 

Le flux sédimentaire des montagnes aux bassins (S. Castelltort et G. Simpson)

Allen, P.A., Densmore, A.L. (2000). – Sediment flux from an uplifting fault block. Basin Res., 12, p.367-380.

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Castelltort S., Van Den Driessche J. (2003). – How plausible are high-frequency sediment supply-driven cycles in the stratigraphic record? Sedimentary Geology, 157(1-2), p. 3-13.

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Simpson G.D.H., Castelltort S. (2012). – Model shows that rivers transmit high-frequency climate cycles to the sedimentary record. Geology, In press.

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Whipple K.X. (2001). – Fluvial landscape response time: how plausible is steady-state denudation? American Journal of Science, 301, p. 313-325.

 

 

L'incision fluviale des orogènes actifs (J. Lavé et D. Lague)

Attal M., Cowie P.A., Whittaker A.C., Hobley D., Tucker G.E., Roberts G.P. (2011). – Testing fluvial erosion models using the transient response of bedrock rivers to tectonic forcing in the Apennines, Italy. Journal of Geophysical Research, 116, F02005.

Davy P., Lague D. (2009) – Fluvial erosion/transport equation of landscape evolution models revisited. Journal of Geophysical Research, 114, doi:10.1029/2008JF001146.

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Kirby E., Whipple K.X. (2012). – Expression of active tectonics in erosional landscapes. Journal of Structural Geology, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jsg.2012.07.009

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Modélisation expérimentale de rivières (F. Métivier et al.)

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Les terrasses marines, marqueurs de l’interaction entre soulèvement et oscillation du niveau de la mer (V. Regard, K. Pedoja et M. Saillard)

Alvarez-Marron J., Hetzel R., Niedennann S., Menendez R., Marquinez J. (2008). – Origin, structure and exposure history of a wave-cut platform more than 1 Ma in age at the coast of northern Spain: A multiple cosmogenic nuclide approach. Geomorphology, 93, p. 316–334.

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Couplages tectonique-érosion-climat, apport de la modélisation numérique (J. Braun)

Braun J., & Yamato P. (2010). – Structural evolution of a three-dimensional, finite width crustal wedge. Physics of The Earth and Planetary Interiors, 484, p.181-192.

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La modélisation expérimentale des reliefs (S. Bonnet et S. Dominguez)

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Modélisations couplées montagne-piémonts (S. Carretier et S. Bonnet)

Babault J., Bonnet S., Crave A. and van den Driessche J. (2005). – Influence of piedmont sedimentation on erosion dynamics of an uplifting landscape: an experimental approach. Geology, 33, p. 301-304.

Carretier S., Lucazeau F. (2005). – How does alluvial sedimentation at range front modifiy the erosional dynamics of mountain catchments ? Basin Research, 17, p. 361-341, doi : 10.1111/j.1365- 2117.2005.00270.x.

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Rohais S., Bonnet S., Eschard R. (2012). – Sedimentary record of tectonic and climatic erosional perturbations in an experimental coupled catchment-fan system. Basin Research, 24, p. 198–212, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2117.2011.00520.x

 

 

Les carbonates, ces oubliés… (J. Gaillardet et D. Calmels)

Ollivier P., Hamelin B., Radakovitch O. (2010). – Seasonal variations of physical and chemical erosion: A three-year survey of the Rhone River (France). Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 74(3), p. 907-927.

Beaulieu E., Godderis Y., Donnadieu Y., Labat D. and Roeland C. (2012). – High sensitivity of the continental weathering carbon dioxide sink to future climate change. Nature Climate Change, 2, p. 346-349.

Calmels D., Gaillardet J. France-Lanord C and Brénot A., (2007). – Sustained sulfide oxidation by physical erosion processes in the Mackenzie River basin: climatic perspectives. Geology, 35(11), p. 1003-1006.

Calmels D. Gaillardet J. and Francois L. (2012). – Influence of biospheric processes on carbonate weathering intensity and rates along a temperate climatic gradient. Submitted to Global Biochemical Cycle

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Liu Y., Metivier F., Gaillardet J., Ye B., Meunier P., Narteau C., Lajeunesse E., Han T. and Malverti L. (2011). – Erosion rates deduced from seasonal mass balance along the upper Urumqi River in Tianshan. Solid Earth, 2, p. 283–301.