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(2023) Pyrite Oxidation and Sulfur (Re)cycling in Erosive Landscapes as Revealed by Sulfate Triple-Oxygen Isotopes
Hemingway JD, Bufe A, Hovius N & Johnston DT

(2023) Beyond Uplift-Weathering: Metamorphic Decarbonation Dominates the Carbon Budget of the Central Apennines
Erlanger E, Bufe A, Paris G, D'Angeli I, Pisani L, Kemeny PC, Stammeier JA, Haghipour N & Hovius N

(2023) Non-Linear Sensitivity of Mineral Weathering to Erosion Implies an Optimum of CO2 Drawdown at Moderate Erosion Rates
Bufe A, Caves Rugenstein J & Hovius N

(2022) Erosion and Chemical Weathering of Siliceous Rocks at the Supply and Kinetic Limits
Bufe A, Caves Rugenstein J & Hovius N

(2022) Towards Sustainable Landscapes – Fluvial Organic Carbon Fluxes Modulated by River Morphology
Repasch M, Scheingross J, Hovius N, Szupiany R, Lupker M, Haghipour N, Eglinton TI & Sachse D

(2022) Carbon Storage, Transfer and Outgassing Driven by Floodplain Morphology and Seasonality at the Rio Bermejo, Argentina
Dosch S, Sachse D, Repasch M, Vieth-Hillebrand A, Bufe A & Hovius N

(2020) Fluvial Sediment Transit Time Regulates the Fate of Organic Carbon between Source and Sink
Repasch M, Scheingross J, Hovius N, Wittmann H, Lupker M, Eglinton T, Haghipour N & Sachse D

(2020) Enhancement of Carbonate, Silicate, and Sulfide Weathering via Fluvial Sediment Abrasion
Scheingross J, Bufe A, Hemingway J, Hovius N, Schleicher A & Goldberg T

(2019) The Impact of Typhoon Precipitation on Flow Routing, River Chemistry and Carbon Cycling
Chang J-M, Lin L-H, Hovius N, Bufe A, Chou H-L, Wang P-L, Chen H & Andermann C

(2019) Riverine Particulate Organic Matter Sourcing Varies Across the Himalaya
Menges J, Hovius N, Andermann C, Lupker M, Märki L, Haghipour N, Eglinton T, Gleixner G & Sachse D

(2018) Deciphering River Water Source Contributions from Seasonal Moisture Pathways and Latitudinal Stable Isotope Signatures Across the Central Himalayas
Hassenruck-Gudipati H, Andermann C, Hovius N, Sachse D, Meyer H & Dee S

(2018) Microbial Oxidation of Lithospheric Organic Carbon in Rapidly Eroding Mountain Soils
Hemingway J, Hilton R, Hovius N, Eglinton T, Haghipour N, Wacker L, Chen M-C & Galy V

(2018) Impact of Soil and Landslide Erosion Processes on Coupled Sulfide Oxidation and Carbonate Weathering
Bufe A, Emberson R, Hovius N, Caves Rugenstein JK & Hassenruck-Gudipati HJ

(2018) Timescales of Leaf Wax Biomarker Transport and Preservation in Alluvial River Systems: Rio Bermejo, Argentina
Repasch M, Sachse D, Hovius N, Scheingross J, Eglinton T & Lupker M

(2017) Meteoric Water Fluxes in the Himalayas
Andermann C, Hovius N, Stieglitz T, Niedermann S, Labasque T & Vergnaud V

(2017) Insights into Organic Carbon Oxidation Potential during Fluvial Transport from Laboratory and Field Experiments
Scheingross JS, Dellinger M, Eglington T, Fuchs M, Golombek N, Hilton R, Hovius N, Lupker M, Repasch M, Sachse D, Turowski J, Veith-Hillebrand A & Wittmann H

(2017) Rapid Microbial Oxidation of Rock-Derived Organic Carbon in Tropical Mountain Soils
Hemingway J, Hilton R, Hovius N, Eglinton T & Galy V

(2015) Weathering Through Weather: Extreme Events as Distinct Chemical Weathering Drivers
Emberson R, Hovius N & Galy A

(2014) Typhoon-Mediated Organic Carbon Export in the Western Pacific: The Role of Steep Mountainous Rivers
Hemingway J, Galy V & Hovius N

(2014) The Impact of Landsliding on Chemical Weathering in an Active Mountain Belt
Emberson R, Hovius N & Galy A

(2013) New Views on the Neogene Harvesting & Burial of Terrestrial Organic Carbon
Galy A, Hilton R, Smith J, Sparkes R & Hovius N

(2013) Western Oregon as a Low-Sediment End Member of Particulate Organic Carbon Export from Temperate Forested Uplands
Smith J, Galy A, Hovius N & Tye A

(2012) Chemical Weathering Fluxes Through a Coastal Aquifer, the Pingtung Plain, Southwest Taiwan
Martin C, Galy A, Hovius N, Bickle M, Lin I-T, Horng M-J, Calmels D, Chapman H & Chen H

(2012) Submarine Groundwater Discharge at an Active Margin: NE Taiwan Coast
Gattacceca JC, Hovius N, West AJ, Galy A, Hammond D, Liu JT & Kao S-J

(2012) Climatic and Geomorphic Controls on the Erosion of Carbon from Mountain Forest: Implications for Earth's Thermostat
Hilton R, Galy A, Hovius N, Kao S-J, Horng M-J & Chen H

(2011) Contribution of Groundwater to Chemical Weathering Fluxes in the Pingtung Plain, Taiwan
Martin C, Galy A, Hovius N, Bickle M, Lin I-T, Horng M-J, Calmels D, Chapman H & Chen H

(2011) Efficient Cycling of Particulate Organic Carbon Through Orogenic Systems
Hovius N, Galy A, Hilton R, Sparkes R, Kao S-J & Liu J

(2011) Particulate Organic Carbon Deposition Offshore Taiwan Following Typhoon Morakot
Sparkes R, Hovius N, Galy A, Kumar RV & Liu JT

(2011) Carbon Export by Erosion of Biomass from a Mountain Belt: Controls on Rates of Transfer
Hilton RG, Hovius N, Galy A, Horng MJ & Chen H

(2011) Looking for PON in Fluviatile and Marine Sediments: Insights from Nitrogen Isotopic Compositions
Galy A, Hilton R, Hovius N, Smith J & Sparkes R

(2010) Impact of Sulfide Oxidation on Continental Chemical Weathering Budgets and Global Carbon Cycle
Calmels D, Gaillardet J, Galy A, France-Lanord C, West AJ, Bickle MJ & Hovius N

(2009) Contribution of Deep Groundwater to Weathering Budget in a Rapidly Eroding Mountain Belt, Taiwan
Calmels D, Galy A, Bickle MJ, Hovius N, Chen M-C & Chapman H

(2009) Erosion and Weathering in Taiwan
Hovius N, Galy A, Calmels D, Meunier P, Hilton R, Bickle M, West J, Chen H & Sparkes R

(2008) Constraints on Chemical Weathering Processes in the Taiwan Orogen from Short- and Long-Term Time Series of River Water Samples
Calmels D, Galy A, Bickle M, Hovius N, Horng MJ & Chen H

(2002) Paleo-Erosion Rate Record in a 1.6 Ma Terrace Sequence of the Meuse River
Schaller M, von Blanckenburg F, Hovius N & Kubik P

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