Noam Greenbaum
Noam Greenbaum
Associate Professor of Geomorphology and Hydrology, University of Haifa
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A noncalibrated rainfall‐runoff model for large, arid catchments
J Lange, C Leibundgut, N Greenbaum, AP Schick
Water Resources Research 35 (7), 2161-2172, 1999
Controls on bedrock channel incision along Nahal Paran, Israel
EE Wohl, N Greenbaum, AP Schick, VR Baker
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 19 (1), 1-13, 1994
A high magnitude storm and flood in a hyperarid catchment, Nahal Zin, Negev Desert, Israel
N Greenbaum, A Margalit, AP Schick, D Sharon, VR Baker
Hydrological Processes 12 (1), 1-23, 1998
The palaeoflood record of a hyperarid catchment, Nahal Zin, Negev Desert, Israel
N Greenbaum, AP Schick, VR Baker
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2000
A new approach to model the spatial and temporal variability of recharge to karst aquifers
A Hartmann, J Lange, M Weiler, Y Arbel, N Greenbaum
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 16 (7), 2219-2231, 2012
Runoff generation from successive simulated rainfalls on a rocky, semi‐arid, Mediterranean hillslope
J Lange, N Greenbaum, S Husary, M Ghanem, C Leibundgut, AP Schick
Hydrological Processes 17 (2), 279-296, 2003
The hydrology and paleohydrology of the Dead Sea tributaries
N Greenbaum, A Ben-Zvi, I Haviv, Y Enzel
Infiltration processes and flow rates in developed karst vadose zone using tracers in cave drips
Y Arbel, N Greenbaum, J Lange, M Inbar
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 35 (14), 1682-1693, 2010
Recovery of Mediterranean vegetation after recurrent forest fires: insight from the 2010 forest fire on Mount Carmel, Israel
N Tessler, Y Sapir, L Wittenberg, N Greenbaum
Land Degradation & Development 27 (5), 1424-1431, 2016
Vegetation cover and species richness after recurrent forest fires in the Eastern Mediterranean ecosystem of Mount Carmel, Israel
N Tessler, L Wittenberg, N Greenbaum
Science of the Total Environment 572, 1395-1402, 2016
Indicators of faulting events and periods of quiescence in desert alluvial fans
R Gerson, S Grossman, R Amit, N Greenbaum
Earth Surface processes and landforms 18 (3), 181-202, 1993
Fire effects and short-term changes in soil water repellency–Mt. Carmel, Israel
N Tessler, L Wittenberg, D Malkinson, N Greenbaum
Catena 74 (3), 185-191, 2008
Short-term changes in the magnitude, frequency and temporal distribution of floods in the Eastern Mediterranean region during the last 45 years—Nahal Oren, Mt. Carmel, Israel
L Wittenberg, H Kutiel, N Greenbaum, M Inbar
Geomorphology 84 (3-4), 181-191, 2007
Late Pleistocene–Holocene marsh episodes along the Carmel coast, Israel
R Cohen-Seffer, N Greenbaum, D Sivan, T Jull, E Barmeir, S Croitoru, ...
Quaternary International 140, 103-120, 2005
Islands in a stream? Reconstructing site formation processes in the late Middle Paleolithic site of ‘Ein Qashish, northern Israel
E Hovers, R Ekshtain, N Greenbaum, A Malinsky-Buller, N Nir, ...
Quaternary International 331, 216-233, 2014
The first Neanderthal remains from an open-air Middle Palaeolithic site in the Levant
E Been, E Hovers, R Ekshtain, A Malinski-Buller, N Agha, A Barash, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 2958, 2017
The origin and disappearance of the late Pleistocene–early Holocene short-lived coastal wetlands along the Carmel coast, Israel
D Sivan, N Greenbaum, R Cohen-Seffer, G Sisma-Ventura, ...
Quaternary Research 76 (1), 83-92, 2011
A 2000 year natural record of magnitudes and frequencies for the largest Upper Colorado River floods near Moab, Utah
N Greenbaum, TM Harden, VR Baker, J Weisheit, ML Cline, N Porat, ...
Water Resources Research 50 (6), 5249-5269, 2014
Water percolation process studies in a Mediterranean karst area
J Lange, Y Arbel, T Grodek, N Greenbaum
Hydrological Processes 24 (13), 1866-1879, 2010
Eastern Mediterranean sea levels through the last interglacial from a coastal-marine sequence in northern Israel
D Sivan, G Sisma-Ventura, N Greenbaum, OM Bialik, FH Williams, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 145, 204-225, 2016
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