2004
DOI: 10.1029/2004jf000147
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Abstract: [1] Recent studies integrating geomorphology, thermochronology, cosmogenic erosion rate estimates, and numerical modeling suggest that escarpment evolution may take place following two dramatically different modes: (1) parallel retreat from the escarpment's original position at the continent-ocean boundary to its present-day inland position and (2) formation-in-place by progressive downwearing of a plateau initially located between the coast and a preexisting inland drainage divide. Using a three-dimensional …

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