Josh Roering, Professor, Department of Geological Sciences
Georgie Bennett, 2013-present, Landsliding and the evolution of the Northern California Coastal Ranges
Corina Cerovski-Darriau, Ph.D, 2010-present, Landslide-driven sediment production in the Waipaoa River Basin, New Zealand
Alex Handwerger, Ph.D, 2009-present, Satellite interferometry for analyzing landslide-prone terrain
Jill Marshall, Ph.D, 2009-present, Biotic and climate controls on soil mantled landscapes
Nathan Mathabane, M.S., 2013-present, TBD
Brian Penserini, Ph.D, 2013-present, TBD
Kristin Sweeney, Ph.D, 2010-present, Experimental landscape evolution models and evolution of late Holocene bedrock channels
Adam Booth, Ph.D, 2012, Landslide detection using spectral methods and landscape evolution modeling
Ben Mackey, Ph.D, 2009, The contribution of large, slow-moving landslides to landscape evolution
Laura Stimely, M.S., 2009, (co-advised w/ D. Schmidt), Quantifying Landslide Movement at the Boulder Creek Earthflow Using L-band InSAR.
Max Calabro, M.S., 2008, (co-advised w/ D. Schmidt), An examination of surface displacement at the Portuguese Bend landslide, Southern California, using radar interferometry.
T.C. Hales, Ph.D, 2006, Climatic controls on rockfall erosion and mountain evolution [thesis pdf].
Suzanne Walther, M.S., 2006, Quantifying biogenic sediment transport on a forested, loess-mantled hillslope in the Blue Mountains, Eastern Washington [thesis pdf].
Amanda MacLeod, M.S., 2006, Coupling meteorological data with hydrologic and slope stability models to constrain controls on shallow landsliding [thesis pdf].
Molly Gerber, M.S., 2004, Geomorphic response to wildfire in the Oregon Coast Range [thesis pdf].
Michelle Mort, M.S., 2003, Quantifying rates of bedrock erosion by tree throw and root action in the Oregon Coast Range.
Cole Smith, B.S. honors thesis, 2009, Post-glacial incision of low-order valleys in the New Zealand Southern Alps.
Jacob Selander, B.S. honors thesis, 2004, Processes of knickpoint propagation and bedrock incision in the Oregon Coast Range [thesis pdf].
Jeremy Sierra Kobor, B.S. honors thesis, 2002, Using the stream power model and topographic data to quantify differential uplift in the Oregon Coast Range. [pdf]
Sarah Chylek, B.S. honors thesis, 2002, Quantifying the signature of captured streams in the Oregon Coast Range using digital elevation models.
David Furbish, hydrology/geomorphology, Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sci., Vanderbilt, University
Peter Reiners, thermochronology/geochemistry, Dept. of Geosciences, University of Arizona
Taylor Perron, geomorphology/planetary geology, Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences, MIT
Becky Dorsey, sedimentology/stratigraphy, Dept. of Geological Sciences, University of Oregon
Gene Humphreys, geodynamics, Dept. of Geological Sciences, University of Oregon
Peter Almond, soil science/Quaternary geology, Lincoln University, New Zealand
Jim McKean, geomorphology/engineering, U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mtn. Research Station, Boise, Idaho
Bill Dietrich, geomorphology, Dept. Earth and Planetary Sciences, Univ. California, Berkeley
Jim Kirchner, geochemistry/geomorphology, Dept. Earth and Planetary Sciences, Univ. California, Berkeley