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Clifford Riebe and Darryl Granger (2014)

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The Wiley Award for the best paper published in BSG’s journal Earth Surface Processes and Landforms for 2014 (2013 volume) was awarded to Cliff Riebe (Wyoming) and Darryl Granger (Purdue) for their paper:

‘Quantifying effects of deep and near-surface chemical erosion on cosmogenic nuclides in soils, saprolite, and sediment’ (ESPL 38: 523–533) .

Their paper is a fundamental contribution which quantifies the extent to which overlooking effects of chemical erosion introduces bias in interpreting denudation rates from cosmogenic nuclides and was selected from over 100 articles as well as shorter contributions published in 2013.
Dr Riebe was presented with the award by BSG President Ken Gregory and Wiley representative Fiona Murphy at the BSG Annual Conference at the University of Manchester (1st – 3rd September 2014).

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