Publications (Google Scholar citation report)
Roering, J.J., B.H. Mackey, A.L. Handwerger, A.M. Booth, D.A. Schmidt, and C. Cerovski-Darriau, (in review), Beyond the angle of repose: Tracking landslides and landscape evolution using airborne lidar, satellite interferometry, historical air photos, cosmogenic radionuclides, suspended sediment records, and geomorphic process models, Geomorphology, (invited review).
Marshall, J.A.* and J.J. Roering, (in review), Sink to source: Morphologic and process implications of diagenetic variations in the 'uniform' Tyee Formation, Oregon Coast Range, Journal of Geophysical Research - Earth Surface.
52. Chadwick, O.A., J.J. Roering, A.M. Heimsath, S.R. Levick, L.M. Khomo, and G.P. Asner, (2013), Shaping post-orogenic landscapes by climate and chemical weathering, Geology, doi: 10.1130/G34721.1
51. Handwerger, A.L.*, J.J. Roering, and D.A. Schmidt, (2013), Controls on the seasonal deformation of slow-moving landslides, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2013.06.047.
50. Furbish, D.J., and J.J. Roering, (2013), Sediment disentrainment and the concept of local versus nonlocal transport on hillslopes, Journal of Geophysical Research - Earth Surface, doi: 10.1002/jgrf.20071.
49. Roering, J.J., B.H. Mackey, J.A. Marshall, K. Sweeney, A.M. Booth, N. Deligne, A.L. Handwerger, and C. Cerovski-Darriau, (2013), 'You are HERE': Connecting the dots with airborne lidar for geomorphic fieldwork, Geomorphology, doi:10.10106/j.geomorph.2013.04.009.
48. May, C., J.J. Roering, L.S. Eaton, and K.M. Burnett, (2013), Controls on valley width in mountainous landscapes: The role of landsliding and implications for salmonid habitat, Geology, v. 41, p. 503-506. [PDF]
47. Booth, A.M.*, J.J. Roering, and A.W. Rempel, (2013), Topographic signatures of deep-seated landslides and a general landscape evolution model, Journal of Geophysical Research - Earth Surface, doi:10.1002/jgrf.20051.
46. Gavin, D., Anderson, M., and J. Roering, (2013), A potential late-Holocene disjunction of Sequoia sempervirens on the central Oregon coast, Northwest Science.
45. Roering, J.J. and T.C. Hales, (2013), Changing Hillslopes: Inheritance and Evolution of Slopes, Treatise on Geomorphology, (editor) J. Schroder, v. 7, p. 284-305, Academic Press, San Diego, CA.
44. Deligne, N.I.*, K.V. Cashman, and J.J. Roering, (2013), After the lava flow: the importance of external soil sources for plant colonization of recent lava flows in the central Oregon Cascades, USA, Geomorphology, doi:10.10106/j.geomorph.2012.12.009.
43. Lindeburg, K., P. Almond, J.J. Roering, and O.A. Chadwick, (2013), Pathways of soil genesis in the Oregon Coast Range, USA, Plant and Soil, DOI 10.1007/s11104-012-1566-z. [PDF]
42. Roering, J.J., (2012), Landslides Limit Mountain Relief: News & Views, Nature Geoscience, v. 5, p. 446-447, doi:10.1038/ngeo1511. [PDF]
41.Sweeney, K.E.*, J.J. Roering, P. Almond, and T. Reckling, (2012), How steady are 'steady-state' landscapes? Using soil spectroscopy to quantify erosional variability, Geology, v. 40, p. 807-810. [PDF]
40. Retallack, G. and J.J. Roering, (2012), Wave-cut or water-table platforms of rocky coasts and rivers?, GSA Today, v. 22, no. 6, p 4-10, doi: 10.1130/GSATG144A.1. [PDF]
39. Mackey, B.H.*, M.P. Lamb, and J.J. Roering, (2011), Landslide-dammed paleolake perturbs marine sedimentation and drives genetic change in anadromous fish, Proceedings of the National Academy of Scienes, doi:10.1073/pnas.1110445108. [PDF] [Supplemental material]
38. Booth, A.M.* and J.J. Roering, (2011), A 1-D mechanistic model for the evolution of earthflow-prone hillslopes, Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface, doi:10.1029/2011JF002024. [PDF]
37. Mackey, B.H.*, and J.J. Roering, (2011), Sediment yield, spatial characteristics, and the long-term evolution of active earthflows determined from airborne LiDAR and historical aerial photographs, Eel River, California, Geological Society of America Bulletin, doi:10.1130/B30306.1.1. [PDF]
36. Roering, J.J., J. Marshall, A. Booth, M. Mort, and Q. Jin, (2010), Evidence for biotic controls on topography and soil production, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 298, p. 183-190. [PDF]
35. Calabro, M.*, D. Schmidt, and J. Roering, (2010), An examination of seasonal deformation at the Portuguese Bend Landslide, Southern California, using radar interferometry, Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface, v.115, F02020, doi:10.1029/2009JF001314. [PDF]
34. Hughes, M.*, P. Almond, J. Roering, and P. Tonkin, (2010), Late Quaternary loess landscape evolution on an active tectonic margin, Charwell Basin, South Island, New Zealand, Geomorphology, v. 122, p. 294-308. [PDF]
33. Roering, J. J., L. L. Stimely, B. H. Mackey, and D. A. Schmidt, (2009), Using DInSAR, airborne LiDAR, and archival air photos to quantify landsliding and sediment transport, Geophysical Research Letters, v. 36, L19402, doi:10.1029/2009GL040374. [PDF]
32. Hughes, M.*, P. Almond, and J. Roering, (2009), Increased sediment transport via bioturbation at the last glacial-interglacial transition, Geology, v. 37, p. 919-922. [PDF]
31. Mackey, B.H.*, J. Roering, and J. McKean, (2009), Long-term kinematics and sediment flux of an active earthflow, Eel River, California, Geology, v. 37, p. 803-806. [PDF]
30. Walther, S.C.*, Roering, J.J., Almond, P.C., and Hughes, M.W., (2009), Long-term biogenic soil mixing and transport in a hilly, loess-mantled landscape, Blue Mountains, SE Washington, Catena, v. 79, 170-178. [PDF]
29. Booth, A.*, J. Roering, and T. Perron, (2009), Automated landslide mapping using spectral analysis and high-resolution topographic data: Puget Sound lowlands, Washington, and Portland Hills, Oregon, Geomorphology, v. 109, p 132-147. [PDF]
28. Jackson, M.* and J.J. Roering, (2009), Post-fire geomorphic response in a steep, forested landscape: Oregon Coast Range, USA, Quaternary Science Reviews, v. 28, p. 1131-1146. [PDF]
27. Hales, T.C.* and J.J. Roering, (2009), A frost 'buzzsaw' mechanism for erosion of the Eastern Southern Alps, New Zealand, Geomorphology, v. 107, p. 241-253. [PDF]
26. Almond, P.C., J.J. Roering, M.W. Hughes, F.S. Lutter, and C. Leboutellier, (2008), Climatic and anthropogenic effects on soil transport rates and hillslope evolution, in: Sediment Dynamics in Changing Environments, International Association of Hydrologic Sciences (IAHS) Publication 325, p. 417-424. [PDF]
25. Roering, J.J., (2008), How well can hillslope evolution models ‘explain’ topography? Simulating soil production and transport using high-resolution topographic data, Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 120, p. 1248-1262. [PDF]
24. Furbish, D.J., M. Schmeeckle, and J. Roering, (2008), Thermal and force-chain effects in an experimental, sloping granular shear flow, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, v. 33, p. 2108-2117. [PDF]
23. Roering, J.J., J.T. Perron, and J.W. Kirchner, (2007), Functional relationships between denudation and hillslope form and relief, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 264, p. 245-258. [PDF]
22. Reiners, P.W., S. Thomson , D. McPhillips , R. Donelick, and J.J. Roering, (2007), Wildfire thermochronology and the fate and transport of apatite in hillslope and fluvial environments, Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface, v. 112, F04001, doi:10.1029/2007JF000759. [PDF]
21. Almond, P., J.J. Roering, and T. C. Hales*, (2007), Using soil residence time to delineate spatial and temporal patterns of transient landscape response, Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface, v. 112, F03S17, doi:10.1029/2006JF000568. [PDF]
20. Hales, T.C.* and J.J. Roering, (2007), Climate controls on frost cracking and implications for the evolution of bedrock landscapes, Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface, v. 112, F02033, doi:10.1029/2006JF000616. [PDF]
19. Dorsey, R.J. and J.J. Roering, (2006), Quaternary landscape evolution in the San Jacinto Fault Zone, Peninsular Ranges of Southern California: Transient response to strike-slip fault initiation, Geomorphology, v. 73, p. 16-32. [PDF]
18. Hales, T.C.*, D. L. Abt, E. D. Humphreys, and J. J. Roering, (2005), A lithospheric instability origin for the Columbia River Flood Basalts and Wallowa Mountain uplift in NE Oregon, Nature, v. 438, p. 842-845. [PDF]
17. Hales, T.C.* and J.J. Roering, (2005), Climate controlled variations in scree production, Southern Alps, New Zealand, Geology, v. 33, p. 701-704. [PDF]
16. Roering, J.J. and M. Gerber, (2005), Fire and the evolution of steep, soil-mantled landscapes, Geology, v. 33, p. 349-352. [PDF]
15. Roering, J.J., J.W. Kirchner, and W.E. Dietrich, (2005), Characterizing structural and lithologic controls on deep-seated landsliding: Implications for topographic relief and landscape evolution in the Oregon Coast Range, USA, Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 117, p. 654-668. [PDF]
14. Roering, J.J. , (2004), Soil creep and convex-upward velocity profiles: Theoretical and experimental investigation of disturbance-driven sediment transport on hillslopes, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, v. 29, p. 1597-1612. [PDF]
13. Kobor, J. S.* and J.J. Roering, (2004), Systematic variation of bedrock channel gradients in the central Oregon Coast Range: Implications for rock uplift and shallow landsliding, Geomorphology, v. 62, p. 239-256. [PDF]
12. Roering, J.J. , P. Almond, P. Tonkin, and J. McKean, (2004), Constraining climatic controls on hillslope dynamics using a coupled model for the transport of soil and tracers: Application to loess-mantled hillslopes, Charwell River, South Island, New Zealand, Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface, v. 109, F01010, doi:10.1029/2003JF000034 . [PDF]
11. McKean, J. and J.J. Roering, (2004), Landslide detection and surface morphology mapping with airborne laser altimetry, Geomorphology, v. 57, p. 331-351. [PDF]
10. Reid, M.E., D.L. Brien, R.G. Lahusen, J.J. Roering, J. de la Fuente, and S.D. Ellen, (2003), Debris flow initiation from large, slow-moving landslides, in: D. Rickenmann & C. Chen (editors), Debris-Flow Hazards Mitigation: Mechanics, Prediction and Assessment, Millpress, Rotterdam, p. 155-166. [email for pdf file]
9. Roering, J.J., K.M. Schmidt, J.D. Stock, W.E. Dietrich, and D.R. Montgomery, (2003), Shallow landsliding, root reinforcement, and the spatial distribution of trees in the Oregon Coast Range, Canadian Geotechnical Journal, v. 40, p. 237-253. [PDF]
8. Dietrich, W.E., D. Bellugi, L.S. Sklar, J.D. Stock, A.M. Heimsath , and J.J. Roering, (2003), Geomorphic transport laws for predicting landscape form and dynamics, in: R.M. Iverson and P. Wilcock (editors), Prediction in Geomorphology, Geophysical Monograph 135, American Geophysical Union, p. 103-132. [PDF]
7. Roering, J.J., P. Almond, P. Tonkin, and J. McKean, (2002), Soil transport driven by biological processes over millenial timescales, Geology , v. 30, p. 1115-1118. [PDF]
6. Roering, J.J., J.W. Kirchner, L.S. Sklar, and W.E. Dietrich, (2002), REPLY: Hillslope evolution by nonlinear creep and landsliding: An experimental study, Geology, v. 30, p. 482. [Comment:PDF] [Reply:PDF]
5. Schmidt, K.M., J.J. Roering, J.D. Stock, T. Schaub, W.E. Dietrich, and D.R. Montgomery, (2001), The variability of root cohesion as an influence on shallow landslide susceptibility in the Oregon Coast Range, Canadian Geotechnical Journal , v. 38, p. 995-1024. [PDF-6.4MB]
4. Roering, J.J., J.W. Kirchner, and W.E. Dietrich, (2001), Hillslope evolution by nonlinear slope-dependent transport: Steady-state morphology and equilibrium adjustment timescales, Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 106, p. 16,499-16,513. [PDF-3.3MB]
3. Roering, J.J., J.W. Kirchner, L.S. Sklar, and W.E. Dietrich, (2001), Experimental hillslope evolution by nonlinear creep and landsliding, Geology, v. 29, p. 143-146. [PDF]
2. Roering, J.J., J.W. Kirchner, and W.E. Dietrich, (1999), Evidence for nonlinear, diffusive sediment transport on hillslopes and implications for landscape morphology, Water Resources Research, v. 35, p. 853-870 [PDF]
1. Roering, J.J., M.L. Cooke, and D.D. Pollard, (1997), Why blind thrust faults do not propagate to the Earth's surface: Numerical modeling of coseismic deformation associated with thrust-related anticlines, Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 102, p. 11,901-11,912. [PDF-5.6MB]
student first author
Beyond Steady State: The Dynamics of Transient Landscapes (2007) : Special Issue of Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface (edited by K. Whipple and J. Roering) [link]
Additional scientific contributions
Roering, J.J., J R. Arrowsmith, and D.D. Pollard, 1996, Characterizing the deformation and seismic hazard of a blind thrust fault near Stanford, California: Coseismic elastic modeling, in: Toward assessing the risk associated with blind faults, San Francisco Bay region, edited by: A.S. Jayko, United States Geological Survey Open File Report 96-0267, p. 41-44.