New publication in Geology: ‘Tipping the balance: Shifts in sediment production in an active rift setting’
In this study we use a field-calibrated numerical model to explore the controls on landscape evolution across the Corinth rift, central Greece. We show that flexural tilting plays a key role in controlling the syn-rift sediment flux and, in a counterintuitive way, modifies the relationship between topographic relief and catchment-averaged erosion rates. Our results provide a new perspective on the origin and timing of sediment starvation relative to structural development in rifts.
Here is the link of our new publication in Geology. Congratulations 🙂