Published papers related to this Philadelphia area landform origins website

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Papers related to this Philadelphia area landform origins website that have been published to date are listed below. Links are given for abstracts and full text pdf copies as noted. Full texts for articles published in The Pennsylvania Geographer can be obtained by contacting the author. Additional papers may be added when available.

—, 2015, Exploring the Geography of William Morris Davis’ Pennsylvania roots: The Pennsylvania Geographer: volume. 53, number 1, page 44-65. Abstract at: https://thepgs.org/page-1780353

––, 2016, Origin of three north oriented Montgomery County water gaps: The Pennsylvania Geographer: volume 54, no. 2, p. 42-61. Abstract at: https://thepgs.org/page-1780358

—, 2016, Using topographic map interpretation methods to determine Tookany (Tacony) Creek erosion history upstream from Philadelphia,PA, USA: Journal of Geography and Geology, vol. 8, number. 4, p. 30-45. Abstract and full text at: http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/jgg/article/view/64856

—. 2017, Erosional history of Pennypack Creek drainage basin determined by topographic map interpretation techniques, Bucks, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties, PA, USA: Journal of Geography and Geology, volume 9, number 1, p. 37-52. Abstract and full text at: http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/jgg/article/view/66633

—, 2017, Wissahickon Creek drainage basin origin as determined by topographic map interpretation: Middle States Geographer, volume 49, p. 33-42. Abstract and full text at: https://msaag.aag.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/5-Clausen-MSG492016F.pdf

—, 2017, Origin of erosional landforms along and near the Schuylkill River-East Branch Brandywine Creek drainage divide segment of the Schuylkill River-Delaware River drainage divide, Chester County, PA. in Bosbyshell, H., editor, The Piedmont: Old Rocks, New Undertandings: 2017 Conference Proceedings for the 34thAnnual Meeting of the Geological Association of New Jersey, p. 2-15. The full guidebook can be obtained at: http://ganj.org/PDF%20Proceedings/2017_GANJ_XXXIV.pdf

—, 2017, Understanding lower Neshaminy Creek direction change and barbed tributary evidence, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, USA. Journal of Geography and Earth Science, volume 5, number 2, p. 1-15. Abstract and full text at: http://jgesnet.com/journals/jges/Vol_5_No_2_December_2017/1.pdf

—, 2018, Topographic map interpretation of the Neshaminy-Perkiomen Creek drainage divide segment of the Delaware-Schuylkill River drainage divide, Bucks County, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania Geographer, volume 56 (1), pages 15-29. Abstract at: https://thepgs.org/Spring-Summer-2018

 

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