Peer-reviewed publications

Hu, K., Fang, X., Ferrier, K.L., Granger, D.E., Zhao, Z., Ruetenik, G.A., 2021. Covariation of cross-divide differences in denudation rate and χ: Implications for drainage basin reorganization in the Qilian Shan, northeast Tibet. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 562, 116812.

Fisher, A., Belmont, P., Murphy, B.P., MacDonald, L., Ferrier, K.L., Hu, K., 2021. Natural and anthropogenic controls on sediment rating curves in northern California coastal watersheds. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 46, 1610–1628.

Hu, K., Fang, X., Zhao, Z., Granger, D., 2015. Erosion rates of Northern Qilian Shan revealed by Cosmogenic 10Be. Advances in Earth Science 30, 268–275. (in Chinese with English abstract | link | pdf )

Conference abstracts

Hu, K., Ferrier, K.L., Aarons, S.M., Norris, E., Blankenship, R., Breunig, R., Ruetenik, G., Peters, I., Ceperley, E., 2021. Soil Chemical and Physical Erosion Rates and Dust Deposition Rates Along an Altitudinal Climate Transect at San Jacinto Peak, Southern California. AGU Fall Meeting, EP041-1579. View poster

Norris, E., Aarons, S.M., Ferrier, K.L., Hu, K., Blankenship, R., 2021. Geochemical and Mineralogical Analysis of Dust Deposition on San Jacinto Peak, CA: Elevation and Seasonal Variability. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol 53, No. 6, 2021 doi: 10.1130/abs/2021AM-365547

Hu K, Fang X, Ferrier K, Granger DE, Zhao Z, Ruetenik G. 2019. Drainage basin reorganization in the Qilian Shan, NE Tibet. 2019:EP31C – 2295 (AGU fall meeting poster presentation)

Hu K, Fang X, Ferrier K, Granger DE, Zhao Z. 2018. Drainage basin reorganization in the upper Hei River basin, northern Qilian Shan, Tibet. 2018:EP21B – 2224 (AGU fall meeting poster presentation)

Hu, K., Fang, X., Granger, D.E., Zhao, Z., 2013. Be-10 derived basin-wide erosion rates of Southern Qilian Shan, NE Tibet. p. T31B–2512. (AGU fall meeting poster presentation)

Non-peer reviewed publications

Ferrier, K., L. H. MacDonald, P. Belmont, K. Hu (2020). 10Be concentrations in stream sediment and inferred denudation rates in the Little River and Elk River basins, northern California Coast Ranges, HydroShare,