• Munack H., Blöthe J.H., Fülöp R.-H., Codilean A.T., Fink D., Korup O. 2016. Recycling of Pleistocene valley fills dominates 135 ka of sediment flux, upper Indus River. Quaternary Science Reviews, 149, 122-134, doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2016.07.030
  • Eugster P., Scherler D., Thiede R.C., Codilean A.T., Strecker M.R. 2016. Rapid last glacial maximum deglaciation in the Indian Himalaya coeval with mid-latitude glaciers: New insights from Be-10-dating of ice-polished bedrock surfaces in the Chandra Valley, NW Himalaya. Geophysical Research Letters, 43, 1589-1597, doi: 10.1002/2015GL066077
  • Margold M., Jansen J.D., Gurinov A.L., Codilean A.T., Fink D., Preusser F., Reznichenko N.V., Mifsud C. 2016. Extensive glaciation in Transbaikalia, Siberia, at the Last Glacial Maximum. Quaternary Science Reviews, 132, 161-174, doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2015.11.018


  • Kounov A., Niedermann S., de Wit M.J., Codilean A.T., Viola G., Andreoli M., Christl M. 2015. Cosmogenic Ne-21 and Be-10 reveal a more than 2 Ma alluvial fan flanking the Cape Mountains, South Africa. South African Journal of Geology, 118(2), 129-144, doi: 10.2113/gssajg.118.2.0
  • Fülöp R.-H., Bishop P., Fabel D., Cook G.T., Everest J., Schnabel C., Codilean A.T., Xu S. 2015. Quantifying soil loss with in-situ cosmogenic Be-10 and C-14 depth-profiles. Quaternary Geochronology, 27, 78-93, doi: 10.1016/j.quageo.2015.01.003


  • Lifton N., Beel C., Hättestrand C., Kassab C., Rogozhina I., Heermance R., Oskin M., Burbank D., Blomdin R., Gribenski N., Caffee M., Goehring B.M., Heyman J., Ivanov M., Li Y., Li Y., Petrakov D., Usubaliev R., Codilean A.T., Chen Y., Harbor J.M., Stroeven A.P. 2014. Constraints on the late Quaternary glacial history of the Inylchek and Sary-Dzaz valleys from in situ cosmogenic Be-10 and Al-26, eastern Kyrgyz Tian Shan. Quaternary Science Reviews, 101, 77-90, doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2014.06.032
  • Korup O., Hayakawa, Y., Codilean A.T., Matsushi Y., Saito H., Oguchi T., Matsuzaki H. 2014. Japan's sediment flux to the Pacific Ocean revisited. Earth-Science Reviews, 135, 1-16, doi: 10.1016/j.earscirev.2014.03.004.
  • Jansen J.D., Codilean A.T., Stroeven A.P., Fabel D., Hättestrand C., Kleman J., Harbor J.M., Heyman J., Kubik P.W., Xu S. 2014. Inner gorges cut by subglacial meltwater during Fennoscandian ice sheet decay. Nature Communications, 5, 3815, doi: 10.1038/ncomms4815
  • Scherler D., Munack H., Mey J., Eugster P., Wittmann H., Codilean A.T., Kubik P.W., Strecker M.R. 2014. Ice dams, outburst floods, and glacial incision at the western margin of the Tibetan Plateau: A >100 ky chronology from the Shyok Valley, Karakoram. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 126, 738-758, doi: 10.1016/j.quageo.2012.04.007
  • Codilean A.T., Fenton C.R., Fabel D., Bishop P., Xu S. 2014. Discordance between cosmogenic nuclide concentrations in amalgamated sands and individual fluvial pebbles in an arid zone catchment. Quaternary Geochronology, 19, 173-180, doi: 10.1016/j.quageo.2012.04.007.
  • Willenbring J.K., Codilean A.T., Ferrier K.L., McElroy B., Kirchner J.W. 2014. Short Communication: Earth is (mostly) flat, but mountains dominate global denudation: apportionment of the continental mass flux over millennial time scales, revisited. Earth Surface Dynamics Discussion, 2, 1-17, doi: 10.5194/esurfd-2-1-2014
  • Willenbring J.K., Codilean A.T., McElroy B. 2014. Earth is (mostly) flat: Apportionment of the flux of continental sediment over millennial time scales: REPLY. Geology, 42, e317, doi: 10.1130/G35326Y.1


  • Jansen J.D., Nanson G.C., Cohen T.J., Fujioka T., Fabel D., Larsen J.R., Codilean A.T., Price D.M., Bowman H.H., May J.-H., Gliganic L.A. 2013. Lowland river responses to intraplate tectonism and climate forcing quantified with luminescence and cosmogenic Be-10. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 366, 49-58, doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2013.02.007
  • Willenbring J.K., Codilean A.T., McElroy B. 2013. Earth is (mostly) flat: Apportionment of the flux of continental sediment over millennial time scales. Geology, 41, 343-346, doi: 10.1130/G33918.1
  • Scharf T.E., Codilean A.T., de Wit M., Jansen J.D., Kubik P.W. 2013. Strong rocks sustain ancient postorogenic topography in southern Africa. Geology, 41, 331-334, doi: 10.1130/G33806.1


  • Jansen J.D., Fabel D., Bishop P., Xu S., Schnabel C., Codilean A.T. 2011. Does decreasing paraglacial sediment supply slow knickpoint retreat? Geology, 39, 543-546, doi: 10.1130/G32018.1


  • Stroeven A.P., Fabel D., Codilean A.T., Kleman J., Clague J.J., Miguens-Rodrigues M., Xu S. 2010. Investigating the glacial history of the northern sector of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet with cosmogenic Be-10 concentrations in quartz. Quaternary Science Reviews, 29, 3630-3643, doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2010.07.010
  • Jansen J.D., Codilean A.T., Bishop P., Hoey T.B. 2010. Scale-dependence of lithological control on topography; bedrock channel geometry and catchment morphometry in western Scotland. The Journal of Geology, 118, 223-246, doi: 10.1086/651273
  • Codilean A.T., Bishop P., Hoey T.B., Stuart F.M., Fabel D. 2010. Cosmogenic Ne-21 analysis of individual detrital grains: Opportunities and limitations. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 35, 16-27, doi: 10.1002/esp.1815


  • Codilean A.T., Bishop P., Stuart F.M., Hoey T.B., Fabel D. and Freeman S.P.H.T. 2008. Single-grain cosmogenic Ne-21 concentrations in fluvial sediment reveal spatially variable erosion rates. Geology, 36(2), 159-162, doi: 10.1130/g24360a.1


  • Codilean A.T., Bishop P. and Hoey T.B. 2006. Surface Process Models and the links between tectonics and topography. Progress in Physical Geography, 30(3), 307–333, doi: 10.1191/0309133306pp480ra
  • Codilean A.T. 2006. Calculation of the cosmogenic nuclide production topographic shielding scaling factor for large areas using DEMs. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 31, 785–794, doi: 10.1002/esp.1336