IP 4 - Key papers
Ballantyne, C.K. (2002 b): Paraglacial geomorphology. Quaternary Science Reviews, 21, 1935-2017.

Barsch, D. & N. Caine (1984): The nature of mountain geomorphology. Mountain Research and Development, 4 (4), 287-298.

Brown, A. G., Carey, C., Erkens, G., Fuchs, M., Hoffmann, T., Macaire, J.-J., Moldenhauer, K.-M. & D.E. Walling (2009): From sedimentary records to sediment budgets: Multiple approaches to catchment sediment flux. Geomorphology, 108, 35-47.

Church, M. & J.M. Ryder (1972): Paraglacial sedimentation, a consideration of fluvial processes conditioned by glaciation. Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 83, 3059-3071.

Cossart, E. & M. Fort (2008): Sediment release and storage in early deglaciated areas: Towards an application of the exhaustion model from the case of Massif des Écrins (French Alps) since the Little Ice Age', Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift - Norwegian Journal of Geography, 62(2), 115 - 131.

Dietrich, W. E. & T. Dunne (1978): Sediment budget for a small catchment in mountainous terrain. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, Suppl. - Bd. , 29, 191-206.

Johnson, R. M. & J. Warburton (2002): Annual sediment budget of a UK mountain torrent. Geografiska Annaler Series a-Physical Geography, 84A, 73-88.

Otto, J. C. & O. Sass (2006) Comparing geophysical methods for talus slope investigations in the Turtmann valley (Swiss Alps). Geomorphology, 76, 257-272.

Otto, J.-C., Schrott, L., Jaboyedoff, M. & R. Dikau (2009): Quatifying sediment storage in a high alpine valley (Turtmanntal, Switzerland). Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 34

Owens, P. N. & O. Slaymake (Eds.) (2004): Mountain Geomorphology, London, Edward Arnold Publishers Limited.

Phillips, J. D. (2003): Sources of nonlinearity and complexity in geomorphic systems. Progress in Physical Geography, 27, 1-23.

Reid, L. M. & T.E. Dunne (Eds.) (1996): Rapid evaluation of sediment budgets, Reiskirchen, Catena Verlag, (GeoScience Publisher).

Sass, O. (2007): Bedrock detection and talus thickness assessment in the European Alps using geophysical methods. Journal of Applied Geophysics.

Schrott, L., Hufschmidt, G., Hankammer, M., Hoffmann, T. & R. Dikau (2003): Spatial distribution of sediment storage types and quantification of valley fill deposits in an alpine basin, Reintal, Bavarian Alps, Germany. Geomorphology, 55, 45 - 63.

Schrott, L., Niederheide, A., Hankammer, M., Hufschmidt, G. & R. Dikau (2002): Sediment storage in a mountain catchment: geomorphic coupling and temporal variability (Reintal, Bavarian Alps, Germany). Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, 127, 175-196.

Schrott, L. & T. Adams (2002): Quantifying sediment storage and Holocene denudation in an Alpine basin, Dolomites, Italy. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie N.F. Suppl.-Bd., 128, 129-145.

Slaymaker, O. (2003): The sediment budget as conceptual framework and management tool. Hydrobiologia, 494, 71-82.

Slaymaker, O., Souch, C., Menounos, B. & G. Filippelli (2003): Advances in Holocene mountain geomorphology inspired by sediment budget methodology. Geomorphology, 55, 305-316.

Small, R. J. (1987): Moraine sediment budgets. In: Gurnell, A. M. & M.J. Clark (Eds.) Glacio-fluvial sediment transfer - An alpine perspective. Chichester, New York, John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
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