University of Vermont

Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory and Geomorphology Research Group

Tom Dunne



Tom is a geomorphologist and hydrologist, who was one of the lab's first collaborators, leading Paul and Erik Clapp on the wettest field sampling trip to date (through the Oregon Coast Ranges). Tom was a mentor of Paul's at UW and the man who inspired the Bierman and Steig basin-scale erosion paper with his challenge to think big over a Japanese lunch with Marc Monaghan on the Ave in Seattle.
Doctoral Degree
The Johns Hopkins University, Ph.D. Geography, 1969
Projects
Oregon Coast Range Erosion Rates
Urban Hydrology
Other Related Links
Tom's UC Santa Barbara web page
Email Address
tdunne@bren.ucsb.edu
Current Position and Contact Information (3/2008)
Professor
Bren Hall 3510
Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-5131
805-893-7557
Junior-Authored, Refereed Publications Based on UVM Research

Safran, E.B., Bierman, P.R., Aalto, R., Dunne, T., Whipple, K.X., and Caffee, M., 2005, Erosion rates driven by channel network incision in the Bolivian Andes: Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, v. 30, p. 1007-1024. (download pdf)
Other Meeting Abstracts Based on UVM Research

Safran, E.B., Whipple, K.X., Dunne, T., Bierman, P., Aalto, R., and Caffee, M., 2004, Erosion rates, landscape morphology, and hillslope processes in the upper Beni River region, Bolivian Andes: EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, v. 85. (download pdf)

Safran, E., Aalto, R., Dunne, T., Bierman, P., and Finkel, R., 2003, Spatial patterns of erosion in the Bolivian Andes from in situ 10Be, AGU Fall Meeting: San Francisco. (download pdf)

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