Page Chamberlain
Page Chamberlain
Professor of Earth System Sciences, Stanford University
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Empirical relationships between elevation and the stable isotope composition of precipitation and surface waters: considerations for studies of paleoelevation change
MA Poage, CP Chamberlain
American Journal of Science 301 (1), 1-15, 2001
5772001
Cooling history of the NW Himalaya, Pakistan
PK Zeitler
Tectonics 4 (1), 127-151, 1985
5211985
The use of isotope tracers for identifying populations of migratory birds
CP Chamberlain, JD Blum, RT Holmes, X Feng, TW Sherry, GR Graves
Oecologia 109 (1), 132-141, 1996
5051996
Erosion, Himalayan geodynamics, and the geomorphology of metamorphism
PK Zeitler, AS Meltzer, PO Koons, D Craw, B Hallet, CP Chamberlain, ...
Gsa Today 11 (1), 4-9, 2001
4932001
Zinc and carbon co-limitation of marine phytoplankton
FMM Morel, JR Reinfelder, SB Roberts, CP Chamberlain, JG Lee, D Yee
Nature 369 (6483), 740-742, 1994
4631994
Lung CT density correlates with measurements of airflow limitation and the diffusing capacity
GA Gould, AT Redpath, M Ryan, PM Warren, JJ Best, DC Flenley, ...
European Respiratory Journal 4 (2), 141-146, 1991
399*1991
Carbonate versus silicate weathering in the Raikhot watershed within the High Himalayan Crystalline Series
JD Blum, CA Gazis, AD Jacobson, C Page Chamberlain
Geology 26 (5), 411-414, 1998
3471998
Linking breeding and wintering ranges of a migratory songbird using stable isotopes
DR Rubenstein, CP Chamberlain, RT Holmes, MP Ayres, JR Waldbauer, ...
Science 295 (5557), 1062-1065, 2002
3152002
Hydrologic regulation of chemical weathering and the geologic carbon cycle
K Maher, CP Chamberlain
science 343 (6178), 1502-1504, 2014
2762014
Climatic and ecologic changes during Miocene surface uplift in the Southern Patagonian Andes
PM Blisniuk, LA Stern, CP Chamberlain, B Idleman, PK Zeitler
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 230 (1-2), 125-142, 2005
2452005
Reconstructing the paleotopography of mountain belts from the isotopic composition of authigenic minerals
CP Chamberlain, MA Poage
Geology 28 (2), 115-118, 2000
2342000
Synchronous anatexis, metamorphism, and rapid denudation at Nanga Parbat (Pakistan Himalaya)
PK Zeitler, CP Chamberlain, HA Smith
Geology 21 (4), 347-350, 1993
2301993
Natural isotope markers in salmon
BP Kennedy, CL Folt, JD Blum, CP Chamberlain
Nature 387 (6635), 766-767, 1997
2161997
Crustal reworking at Nanga Parbat, Pakistan: Metamorphic consequences of thermal‐mechanical coupling facilitated by erosion
PK Zeitler, PO Koons, MP Bishop, CP Chamberlain, D Craw, MA Edwards, ...
Tectonics 20 (5), 712-728, 2001
2102001
Climatic and tectonic controls on chemical weathering in the New Zealand Southern Alps
AD Jacobson, JD Blum, CP Chamberlain, D Craw, PO Koons
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 67 (1), 29-46, 2003
2042003
Oxidized BAL fluid proteins in patients with interstitial lung diseases
AG Lenz, U Costabel, KL Maier
European Respiratory Journal 9 (2), 307-312, 1996
181*1996
15N enrichment in agricultural catchments: field patterns and applications to tracking Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
RR Harrington, BP Kennedy, CP Chamberlain, JD Blum, CL Folt
Chemical Geology 147 (3-4), 281-294, 1998
1731998
δ18O and δD of streamwaters across the Himalaya and Tibetan Plateau: Implications for moisture sources and paleoelevation reconstructions
MT Hren, B Bookhagen, PM Blisniuk, AL Booth, CP Chamberlain
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 288 (1-2), 20-32, 2009
1682009
Ammunition is the principal source of lead accumulated by California condors re-introduced to the wild
ME Church, R Gwiazda, RW Risebrough, K Sorenson, CP Chamberlain, ...
Environmental science & technology 40 (19), 6143-6150, 2006
1672006
In situ methane concentrations at Hydrate Ridge, offshore Oregon: New constraints on the global gas hydrate inventory from an active margin
AV Milkov, GE Claypool, YJ Lee, W Xu, GR Dickens, WS Borowski
Geology 31 (10), 833-836, 2003
166*2003
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