Bedrock erosion and relief production in the northern Flinders Ranges, Australia
Cosmogenic 10Be concentrations in exposed bedrock surfaces and alluvial sediment in the northern Flinders Ranges reveal surprisingly high erosion rates for a supposedly ancient and stable landscape. Bedrock erosion rates increase with decreasing elevation in the Yudnamutana Catchment, from summit surfaces (13.96 ± 1.29 and 14.38 ± 1.40 m Myr-1), to hillslopes (17.61 ± 2.21 to 29.24 ± 4.38 m Myr-1), to valley bottoms (53.19 ± 7.26 to 227.95 ± 21.39 m Myr-1), indicating late Quaternary increases...[Show more]
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