Matthew Larsen

Correo: larsenMC@si.edu

Tel: +1 (202) 633.4018
Panama: Via satellite from U.S.
+1 (202) 633.4700 (x28086)

Fax: +507 212.8258

Dirección:
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
Att: Matthew Larsen
9100 Panama City Pl
Washington, D.C. 20521-9100

Publicaciones:
Publicaciones de Matthew C. Larsen en la Bibliografía de STRI

Publicaciones por Matthew C. Larsen

Educación y Títulos

1997 Ph.D., Geography, University of Colorado
1976 BSc., Geology, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio

Dissertation: Tropical geomorphology and geomorphic work: a study of geomorphic processes and sediment and water budgets in montane humid-tropical and developed watersheds, Puerto Rico.

Bibliografía Selecta

Larsen M.C., 2014, Global change and water availability and quality: challenges ahead. In: Ahuja S. (ed.) Comprehensive Water Quality and Purification, vol. 1, p. 11-20. United States of America, Elsevier.

Larsen, M.C., 2012, Global change and water resources, where are we headed? Water Resources Impact, American Water Resources Association, vol. 14, no. 5, p. 3-7.

Larsen, M.C., 2012, Landslides and sediment budgets in four watersheds in eastern Puerto Rico, ch. F in Murphy, S.F., and Stallard, R.F., eds., Water quality and landscape processes of four watersheds in eastern Puerto Rico, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1789, p. 153-178.

Larsen, M.C.,and Webb, R.M.T., 2009, Potential effects of runoff, fluvial sediment and nutrient discharges on the coral reefs of Puerto Rico, Journal of Coastal Research, v. 25, p. 189-208. ISSN 0749-0208.

Keefer, D.K., and Larsen, M.C., 2007, Assessing Landslide Hazards, Science, v. 316, p. 1136-1138.

Larsen, M.C., and Wieczorek, G.F., 2006, Geomorphic effects of large debris flows and flash floods, northern Venezuela, 1999, Tropical Geomorphology with Special Reference to South America, Latrubesse, Edgardo, ed., Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie Suppl. Vol. 145, p. 147-175.

Larsen, M.C. and Santiago-Román, Abigail, 2001, Mass wasting and sediment storage in a small montane watershed: an extreme case of anthropogenic disturbance in the humid tropics, in Dorava, J. M., Palcsak, B.B., Fitzpatrick, F. and Montgomery, D., eds., Geomorphic Processes and Riverine Habitat, American Geophysical Union, Water Science & Application Series Volume 4, p. 119-138.

Larsen, M.C., 2000, Analysis of 20th century rainfall and streamflow to characterize drought and water resources in Puerto Rico, Physical Geography, v. 21, p. 494-521.

Larsen, M.C., Torres-Sánchez, A.J., and Concepción, I.M., 1999, Slopewash, surface runoff, and fine-litter transport in forest and landslide scars in humid-tropical steeplands, Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, v. 24, p. 481-502.

Brown, E. T., Stallard, R. F., Larsen, M. C., Bourlès, D. L., Raisbeck, G. M., and Yiou, F., 1998, Determination of predevelopment denudation rates of an agricultural watershed (Cayaguás River, Puerto Rico) using in situ-produced 10Be in river-borne quartz, Earth and Planetary Sciences Letterss, v. 160, p. 723-728.

Larsen, M.C., and Torres Sánchez, A.J., 1998, The frequency and distribution of recent landslides in three montane tropical regions of Puerto Rico, Geomorphology, v. 24, no. 4, p. 309-331.

Larsen, M.C. and Parks, J.E., 1997, How wide is a road? The association of roads and mass-wasting disturbance in a forested montane environment, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, v. 22, p. 835-848.