Mark Sweeney

Mark Sweeney

University of South Dakota

H-index: 20

North America-United States

About Mark Sweeney

Mark Sweeney, With an exceptional h-index of 20 and a recent h-index of 15 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of South Dakota, specializes in the field of Aeolian Geomorphology, Sedimentology.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

The role of abrasion and resident fines in dust production from aeolian sands as measured by the Portable in situ Wind Erosion Laboratory (PI-SWERL)

Introduction to Thematic Set: Aeolian Processes, Landforms and Chronologies

Contemporary and future dust sources and emission fluxes from gypsum-and quartz-dominated eolian systems, New Mexico and Texas, USA

Volcanoes of the Mojave: The 2022 Desert Symposium field trip road log

Expansion of woody vegetation on a Missouri River reservoir delta‐backwater

Dust emission processes

Contributions of suspended load from Missouri River tributaries, southeast South Dakota, and northeast Nebraska: Building a sediment budget

The role of eolian-fluvial interactions and dune dams in landscape change, late Pleistocene–Holocene, Mojave Desert, USA

Mark Sweeney Information

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Position

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Citations(all)

1456

Citations(since 2020)

669

Cited By

1052

hIndex(all)

20

hIndex(since 2020)

15

i10Index(all)

27

i10Index(since 2020)

19

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Mark Sweeney Skills & Research Interests

Aeolian Geomorphology

Sedimentology

Top articles of Mark Sweeney

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Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

The role of abrasion and resident fines in dust production from aeolian sands as measured by the Portable in situ Wind Erosion Laboratory (PI-SWERL)

Aeolian Research

Mark R Sweeney

Tad Lacey

Steven L Forman

2023/12/1

Introduction to Thematic Set: Aeolian Processes, Landforms and Chronologies

Quaternary Research

Nicholas Lancaster

Mark Sweeney

2023/9

Contemporary and future dust sources and emission fluxes from gypsum-and quartz-dominated eolian systems, New Mexico and Texas, USA

Geology

Mark R Sweeney

Steven L Forman

Eric V McDonald

2022/3/1

Volcanoes of the Mojave: The 2022 Desert Symposium field trip road log

David C Buesch

David M Miller

Bruce Bridenbecker

Mark Sweeney

2022

Expansion of woody vegetation on a Missouri River reservoir delta‐backwater

Ecohydrology

Catherine C Beall

Mark D Dixon

Nadeesha D Illeperuma

Mark R Sweeney

W Carter Johnson

2022/1

Dust emission processes

Mark R Sweeney

2022/1/1

Contributions of suspended load from Missouri River tributaries, southeast South Dakota, and northeast Nebraska: Building a sediment budget

River Research and Applications

Marcella Jurotich

Nathan Cardona

Bethany Vázquez

Ruthie Wetzel

Tim Cowman

...

2021/5

The role of eolian-fluvial interactions and dune dams in landscape change, late Pleistocene–Holocene, Mojave Desert, USA

GSA Bulletin

Mark R Sweeney

Eric V McDonald

Lucas P Chabela

Paul R Hanson

2020/11/1

When Did Vesicular Av Horizons Form in the Desert SW US: Elucidating Between Soil Processes and Luminescence Ages

EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts

Eric McDonald

Mark Sweeney

Paul Hanson

Brad Sion

2020/5

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