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Steering of westerly storms over western North America at the Last Glacial Maximum
JL Oster, DE Ibarra, MJ Winnick, K Maher
Nature Geoscience 8 (3), 201-205, 2015
218*2015
Neogene cooling driven by land surface reactivity rather than increased weathering fluxes.
JK Caves Rugenstein, DE Ibarra, F von Blanckenburg
Nature 571 (7763), 99-102, 2019
1442019
Differential weathering of basaltic and granitic catchments from concentration-discharge relationships
DE Ibarra, JK Caves, S Moon, DL Thomas, J Hartmann, CP Chamberlain, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 190, 265-293, 2016
1312016
Stable runoff and weathering fluxes into the oceans over Quaternary climate cycles
F von Blanckenburg, J Bouchez, DE Ibarra, K Maher
Nature Geoscience 8 (7), 538-542, 2015
1152015
Mid-latitude terrestrial climate of East Asia linked to global climate in the Late Cretaceous
Y Gao, DE Ibarra, C Wang, JK Caves, CP Chamberlain, SA Graham, ...
Geology 43 (4), 287-290, 2015
1062015
Rise and fall of late Pleistocene pluvial lakes in response to reduced evaporation and precipitation: Evidence from Lake Surprise, California
DE Ibarra, AE Egger, KL Weaver, CR Harris, K Maher
Geological Society of America Bulletin 126 (11-12), 1387-1415, 2014
1052014
Silicate weathering as a feedback and forcing in Earth's climate and carbon cycle
DE Penman, JKC Rugenstein, DE Ibarra, MJ Winnick
Earth-Science Reviews 209, 103298, 2020
892020
Organic carbon burial is paced by a~ 173-ka obliquity cycle in the middle to high latitudes
H Huang, Y Gao, C Ma, MM Jones, C Zeeden, DE Ibarra, H Wu, C Wang
Science Advances 7 (28), eabf9489, 2021
732021
The Neogene de-greening of Central Asia
JK Caves, DY Moragne, DE Ibarra, BU Bayshashov, Y Gao, MM Jones, ...
Geology 44 (11), 887-890, 2016
732016
Warm and cold wet states in the western United States during the Pliocene–Pleistocene
DE Ibarra, JL Oster, MJ Winnick, JK Caves Rugenstein, MP Byrne, ...
Geology 46 (4), 355-358, 2018
642018
Land plant evolution decreased, rather than increased, weathering rates
MP D’Antonio, DE Ibarra, CK Boyce
Geology 48 (1), 29-33, 2020
602020
Modeling the consequences of land plant evolution on silicate weathering
DE Ibarra, JKC Rugenstein, A Bachan, A Baresch, KV Lau, DL Thomas, ...
American Journal of Science 319 (1), 1-43, 2019
602019
Critical zone structure controls concentration‐discharge relationships and solute generation in forested tropical montane watersheds
AS Wymore, RL Brereton, DE Ibarra, K Maher, WH McDowell
Water Resources Research 53 (7), 6279-6295, 2017
592017
Evaluating Late Cretaceous OAEs and the influence of marine incursions on organic carbon burial in an expansive East Asian paleo-lake
MM Jones, DE Ibarra, Y Gao, BB Sageman, D Selby, CP Chamberlain, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 484, 41-52, 2018
552018
Astronomical forcing of Middle Permian terrestrial climate recorded in a large paleolake in northwestern China
H Huang, Y Gao, MM Jones, H Tao, AR Carroll, DE Ibarra, H Wu, C Wang
Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology 550, 109735, 2020
542020
Late Miocene uplift of the Tian Shan and Altai and reorganization of Central Asia climate
JK Caves, AJ Ritch, DE Ibarra, CP Chamberlain, BU Bayshashov, ...
GSA Today 27 (2), 20-26, 2017
512017
Solute Production and Transport Processes in Chinese Monsoonal Rivers: Implications for Global Climate Change
J Zhong, SL Li, DE Ibarra, H Ding, CQ Liu
Global Biogeochemical Cycles, e2020GB006541, 2020
502020
The North American hydrologic cycle through the last deglaciation
JM Lora, DE Ibarra
Quaternary Science Reviews 226, 105991, 2019
472019
A hot and high Eocene Sierra Nevada
HT Mix, DE Ibarra, A Mulch, SA Graham, CP Chamberlain
Geological Society of America Bulletin 128 (3-4), 531–542, 2016
442016
Uranium isotopes in soils as a proxy for past infiltration and precipitation across the western United States
K Maher, DE Ibarra, JL Oster, DM Miller, JL Redwine, MC Reheis, ...
American Journal of Science 314 (4), 821-857, 2014
402014
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