David W. Leverington
David W. Leverington
Associate Professor of Geosciences, Texas Tech University
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Freshwater outbursts to the oceans from glacial Lake Agassiz and their role in climate change during the last deglaciation
JT Teller, DW Leverington, JD Mann
Quaternary Science Reviews 21 (8-9), 879-887, 2002
5252002
Paleohydraulics of the last outburst flood from glacial Lake Agassiz and the 8200BP cold event
GKC Clarke, DW Leverington, JT Teller, AS Dyke
Quaternary Science Reviews 23 (3-4), 389-407, 2004
3282004
Glacial Lake Agassiz: A 5000 yr history of change and its relationship to the δ18O record of Greenland
JT Teller, DW Leverington
Geological Society of America Bulletin 116 (5-6), 729-742, 2004
1902004
Superlakes, megafloods, and abrupt climate change
AD G Clarke, D Leverington, J Teller
168*2003
A large paleolake basin at the head of Ma'adim Vallis, Mars
RP Irwin, TA Maxwell, AD Howard, RA Craddock, DW Leverington
Science 296 (5576), 2209-2212, 2002
1212002
Changes in the Bathymetry and Volume of Glacial Lake Agassiz between 9200 and 7700 14C yr BP
DW Leverington, JD Mann, JT Teller
Quaternary Research 57 (2), 244-252, 2002
1102002
Changes in the Bathymetry and Volume of Glacial Lake Agassiz Between 11,000 and 9300 14C yr B.P.
DW Leverington, JD Mann, JT Teller
Quaternary Research 54 (2), 174-181, 2000
892000
A GIS method for reconstruction of late Quaternary landscapes from isobase data and modern topography
DW Leverington, JT Teller, JD Mann
Computers & Geosciences 28 (5), 631-639, 2002
832002
Paleotopographic reconstructions of the eastern outlets of glacial Lake Agassiz
DW Leverington, JT Teller
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 40 (9), 1259-1278, 2003
692003
Fresh arguments against the Shaw megaflood hypothesis. A reply to comments by David Sharpe on" Paleohydraulics of the last outburst flood from glacial Lake Agassiz and the 8200 …
GKC Clarke, DW Leverington, JT Teller, AS Dyke, SJ Marshall
Quaternary Science Reviews, 2005
672005
Volcanic rilles, streamlined islands, and the origin of outflow channels on Mars
DW Leverington
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 109 (E10), 2004
642004
A volcanic origin for the outflow channels of Mars: Key evidence and major implications
DW Leverington
Geomorphology 132 (3-4), 51-75, 2011
602011
A neural network method to determine the presence or absence of permafrost near Mayo, Yukon Territory, Canada
DW Leverington, CR Duguay
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 8 (2), 205-215, 1997
541997
Earth‐based observations of radar‐dark crater haloes on the Moon: Implications for regolith properties
RR Ghent, DW Leverington, BA Campbell, BR Hawke, DB Campbell
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 110 (E2), 2005
512005
Landsat-TM-based discrimination of lithological units associated with the Purtuniq ophiolite, Quebec, Canada
DW Leverington, WM Moon
Remote Sensing 4 (5), 1208-1231, 2012
472012
Satellite remote sensing of permafrost and seasonally frozen ground
CR Duguay, T Zhang, DW Leverington, VE Romanovsky
GEOPHYSICAL MONOGRAPH-AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION 163, 91, 2005
462005
Discrimination of sedimentary lithologies using Hyperion and Landsat Thematic Mapper data: a case study at Melville Island, Canadian High Arctic
DW Leverington
International Journal of Remote Sensing 31 (1), 233-260, 2010
432010
An igneous origin for features of a candidate crater‐lake system in western Memnonia, Mars
DW Leverington, TA Maxwell
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 109 (E6), 2004
392004
The volume and paleobathymetry of glacial Lake Agassiz
JD Mann, DW Leverington, J Rayburn, JT Teller
Journal of Paleolimnology 22 (1), 71-80, 1999
381999
Evaluation of three supervised classifiers in mapping “depth to late-summer frozen ground,” Central Yukon Territory
DW Leverington, CR Duguay
Canadian journal of remote sensing 22 (2), 163-174, 1996
331996
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