George Hilley
George Hilley
Professor of Geological Sciences, Stanford University
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Dynamics of slow-moving landslides from permanent scatterer analysis
GE Hilley, R Burgmann, A Ferretti, F Novali, F Rocca
Science 304 (5679), 1952-1955, 2004
Tectonics and climate of the southern central Andes
MR Strecker, RN Alonso, B Bookhagen, B Carrapa, GE Hilley, ER Sobel, ...
Annu. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci. 35, 747-787, 2007
Formation of internally drained contractional basins by aridity‐limited bedrock incision
ER Sobel, GE Hilley, MR Strecker
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B7), 2003
Resolving vertical tectonics in the San Francisco Bay Area from permanent scatterer InSAR and GPS analysis
R Bürgmann, G Hilley, A Ferretti, F Novali
Geology 34 (3), 221-224, 2006
Interseismic coupling and asperity distribution along the Kamchatka subduction zone
R Bürgmann, MG Kogan, GM Steblov, G Hilley, VE Levin, E Apel
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 110 (B7), 2005
Major ion chemistry of the Yarlung Tsangpo–Brahmaputra river: chemical weathering, erosion, and CO2 consumption in the southern Tibetan plateau and eastern syntaxis of the Himalaya
MT Hren, CP Chamberlain, GE Hilley, PM Blisniuk, B Bookhagen
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 71 (12), 2907-2935, 2007
Late Cenozoic tectonic development of the intramontane Alai Valley,(Pamir‐Tien Shan region, central Asia): An example of intracontinental deformation due to the Indo‐Eurasia …
I Coutand, MR Strecker, JR Arrowsmith, G Hilley, RC Thiede, A Korjenkov, ...
Tectonics 21 (6), 3-1-3-19, 2002
Uplift, erosion, and phosphorus limitation in terrestrial ecosystems
S Porder, PM Vitousek, OA Chadwick, CP Chamberlain, GE Hilley
Ecosystems 10, 159-171, 2007
New estimates of silicate weathering rates and their uncertainties in global rivers
S Moon, CP Chamberlain, GE Hilley
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 134, 257-274, 2014
Competition between erosion and reaction kinetics in controlling silicate-weathering rates
GE Hilley, CP Chamberlain, S Moon, S Porder, SD Willett
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 293 (1-2), 191-199, 2010
Chemical weathering, mass loss, and dust inputs across a climate by time matrix in the Hawaiian Islands
S Porder, GE Hilley, OA Chadwick
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 258 (3-4), 414-427, 2007
Geomorphic response to uplift along the Dragon's Back pressure ridge, Carrizo Plain, California
GE Hilley, JR Arrowsmith
Geology 36 (5), 367-370, 2008
Oligocene range uplift and development of plateau morphology in the southern central Andes
B Carrapa, D Adelmann, GE Hilley, E Mortimer, ER Sobel, MR Strecker
Tectonics 24 (4), 2005
Processes of oscillatory basin filling and excavation in a tectonically active orogen: Quebrada del Toro Basin, NW Argentina
GE Hilley, MR Strecker
Geological Society of America Bulletin 117 (7-8), 887-901, 2005
InSAR permanent scatterer analysis reveals ups and downs in San Francisco Bay area
A Ferretti, F Novali, R Bürgmann, G Hilley, C Prati
Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 85 (34), 317-324, 2004
Steady state erosion of critical Coulomb wedges with applications to Taiwan and the Himalaya
GE Hilley, MR Strecker
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 109 (B1), 2004
Shallow soil CO2 flow along the San Andreas and Calaveras Faults, California
JL Lewicki, WC Evans, GE Hilley, ML Sorey, JD Rogie, SL Brantley
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B4), 2003
Bayesian inference of plastosphere viscosities near the Kunlun Fault, northern Tibet
GE Hilley, R Bürgmann, PZ Zhang, P Molnar
Geophysical Research Letters 32 (1), 2005
Does the topographic distribution of the central Andean Puna Plateau result from climatic or geodynamic processes?
MR Strecker, R Alonso, B Bookhagen, B Carrapa, I Coutand, MP Hain, ...
Geology 37 (7), 643-646, 2009
A framework for predicting global silicate weathering and CO2 drawdown rates over geologic time-scales
GE Hilley, S Porder
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (44), 16855-16859, 2008
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