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Dr Laura Evenstar

BSc(Leeds), PhD(Aberd.)

Senior Research Associate

Senior Associate Teacher

Office G40
Wills Memorial Building,
Queens Road, Clifton BS8 1RJ
(See a map)

+44 (0) 117 954 5491


l.evenstar@bristol.ac.uk

Summary

Memberships

Organisations

School of Earth Sciences

Earth Sciences staff

• Earth Sciences postdoctoral researchers

Recent publications

• Evenstar, LA, Sparks, RS, Cooper, FJ & Lawton, MN, 2018, ‘Quaternary landscape evolution of the Helmand Basin, Afghanistan: insights from staircase
terraces, deltas, and paleoshorelines using high-resolution remote sensing analysis’. Geomorphology, vol 311., pp. 37-50
• Hartley, A & Evenstar, L, 2018, ‘Fluvial architecture in actively deforming salt basins: Chinle Formation, Paradox Basin, Utah’. Basin Research, vol 30., pp.
148-166
• Van Zalinge, M, Sparks, S, Evenstar, L, Cooper, F, Aslin, J & Condon, D, 2017, ‘Using ignimbrites to quantify structural relief growth and understand
deformation processes: Implications for the development of the Western Andean Slope, northernmost Chile’. Lithosphere, vol 9., pp. 29-45
• Evenstar, LA, Mather, AE, Hartley, AJ, Stuart, FM, Sparks, RS & Cooper, FJ, 2017, ‘Geomorphology on geologic timescales: evolution of the late Cenozoic
Pacific paleosurface in Northern Chile and Southern Peru’. Earth-Science Reviews, vol 171., pp. 1-27
• Evenstar, LA, Hartley, AJ, Archer, SG & Neilson, JE, 2016, ‘Climatic and halokinetic controls on alluvial–lacustrine sedimentation during compressional
deformation, Andean forearc, northern Chile’. Basin Research, vol 28., pp. 634-657
• Evenstar, LA, Stuart, F, Hartley, A & Tattitch, BC, 2015, ‘Slow Cenozoic uplift of the western Andean Cordillera indicated by cosmogenic ³He in alluvial
boulders from the Pacific Planation Surface: Slow Cenozoic uplift of the Andes ’. Geophysical Research Letters, vol 42., pp. 8448-8455
• Hartley, AJ & Evenstar, L, 2010, ‘Cenozoic stratigraphic development in the north Chilean forearc: Implications for basin development and uplift history of the
Central Andean margin’. Tectonophysics, vol 495., pp. 67-77
• Evenstar, LA, Hartley, AJ, Stuart, FM, Mather, AE, Rice, CM & Chong, G, 2009, ‘Multiphase development of the Atacama Planation Surface recorded by
cosmogenic 3He exposure ages: Implications for uplift and Cenozoic climate change in Western South America’. Geology, vol 37., pp. 27-30

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