The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geomorphology, Erosion, Tectonics, Structural basin and Bedrock. He frequently studies issues relating to Drainage basin and Geomorphology. His Erosion study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Range, Precipitation, Denudation, Weathering and Plateau.
He combines subjects such as Late Miocene, Paleontology, Orographic lift and Foreland basin with his study of Plateau. George E. Hilley focuses mostly in the field of Bedrock, narrowing it down to topics relating to Fluvial and, in certain cases, Décollement, Wedge, Accretionary wedge and Metamorphic rock. His work investigates the relationship between Landslide and topics such as Aquifer that intersect with problems in Seismology.
George E. Hilley focuses on Geomorphology, Seismology, Tectonics, Erosion and Atmospheric sciences. In his study, Physical geography is strongly linked to Denudation, which falls under the umbrella field of Geomorphology. His Tectonics study contributes to a more complete understanding of Paleontology.
In Erosion, he works on issues like Weathering, which are connected to Tectonic uplift. His research integrates issues of Volcano, Eddy covariance, Atmospheric pressure and Hydrology in his study of Atmospheric sciences. As a part of the same scientific family, George E. Hilley mostly works in the field of Bedrock, focusing on Wedge and, on occasion, Décollement.
His primary areas of study are Seismology, Geomorphology, Hydrology, Tectonics and Erosion. His research in the fields of Tectonophysics, Fault scarp, Fault and San andreas fault overlaps with other disciplines such as Scale. His work in the fields of Fault, such as Fault friction, overlaps with other areas such as Mechanical models.
Geomorphology and Elevation are commonly linked in his work. His Tectonics research includes elements of Landslide, Effective stress, Sediment transport and Earth science. His studies deal with areas such as Bedrock, Drainage basin and Tributary as well as Erosion.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geomorphology, Tectonics, Erosion, Geotechnical engineering and Seismology. His Channel study in the realm of Geomorphology interacts with subjects such as Upper and lower bounds. His Tectonics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Elevation, Fault mechanics and Topographic relief.
The Erosion study combines topics in areas such as Drainage basin, Bedrock, Resistance and Tributary. The concepts of his Geotechnical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Shear zone, Wedge and Critical taper. When carried out as part of a general Seismology research project, his work on Fault scarp and Landslide is frequently linked to work in Scale, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
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Dynamics of Slow-Moving Landslides from Permanent Scatterer Analysis
George E. Hilley;Roland Bürgmann;Alessandro Ferretti;Fabrizio Novali.
Tectonics and Climate of the Southern Central Andes
M.R. Strecker;R.N. Alonso;B. Bookhagen;B. Carrapa.
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences (2007)
Formation of internally drained contractional basins by aridity-limited bedrock incision
Edward R. Sobel;George E. Hilley;Manfred R. Strecker.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
Resolving vertical tectonics in the San Francisco Bay Area from permanent scatterer InSAR and GPS analysis
Roland Bürgmann;George Hilley;Alessandro Ferretti;Fabrizio Novali.
Interseismic coupling and asperity distribution along the Kamchatka subduction zone
Roland Bürgmann;Mikhail G. Kogan;Grigory M. Steblov;George Hilley;George Hilley.
Journal of Geophysical Research (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
Michael T. Hren;C. Page Chamberlain;George E. Hilley;Peter M. Blisniuk.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2007)
Uplift, Erosion, and Phosphorus Limitation in Terrestrial Ecosystems
Stephen Porder;Peter M. Vitousek;Oliver A. Chadwick;C. Page Chamberlain.
Chemical weathering, mass loss, and dust inputs across a climate by time matrix in the Hawaiian Islands
Stephen Porder;George E. Hilley;Oliver A. Chadwick.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (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 collision
Isabelle Coutand;Isabelle Coutand;Manfred R. Strecker;J. R. Arrowsmith;George E. Hilley.
Competition between erosion and reaction kinetics in controlling silicate-weathering rates
G.E. Hilley;C.P. Chamberlain;S. Moon;S. Porder.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2010)
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