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Summary:

Two edited volumes, 110 peer-reviewed manuscript in journals and monographs, 6 reviewed book chapters, and >30 non peer-reviewed manuscripts, meeting proceeding manuscripts, fieldtrip guidebook chapters. Not shown are >330 conference abstracts.

Ph.D. Dissertation

Hydrology of a large closed arid watershed as a basis for paleohydrological and paleoclimatological studies in the Mojave River drainage system, Southern California. University of New Mexico, 316 p., 1990.

 

Edited Peer-reviewed Volumes

**Enzel, Y., Wells, S.G., and Lancaster, N., eds., 2003, Paleoenvironments and Paleohydrology of the Mojave and Southern Great Basin Deserts. Geological Society of America Special Paper 368, 260 p.

**Enzel, Y. Agnon, and M. Stein, eds., 2006, New Frontiers in Dead Sea Paleoenvironmental Research. Geological Society of America Special Paper 401. 261 p.

 

Peer-Reviewed ARTICLES

1.= Yair, A., and Enzel, Y., 1988, The relationship between annual rainfall and sediment yield in arid and semi-arid areas. The case of the northern Negev, in: F. Ahnert, ed., Geomorphological Models-Theoretical and Empirical Aspects, Catena Supplement No. 10, p. 121-135, Catena Verlag, Cremlingen-Destedt, Germany.

 

2.** Enzel, Y., Cayan, D.R., Anderson, R.Y., Wells, S.G., 1989, Atmospheric circulation during Holocene lake stands in the Mojave Desert: evidence of regional climate change. Nature, v. 341, p. 44-47. (News and Views in Nature)

 

3.= Magaritz, M., and Enzel, Y., 1990, Standing-water deposits as indicators of late Quaternary dune migration in the northwestern Negev, Israel: Climatic Change, v. 16 p. 307-318.

 

4.** Ely, L.L., Webb, R.H., and Enzel, Y., 1992, Dating Historic flood deposits using post-bomb 14C and 137Cs. Quaternary Research, v. 38, 196-204.

 

5.**Enzel, Y., Brown, W.J., Anderson, R.Y., McFadden, L.D., Wells, S.G., 1992, Short-duration Holocene lakes in the Mojave River drainage basin, southern California. Quaternary Research, v. 38, p. 60-73.

 

6.** Enzel, Y., 1992, Flood frequency of the Mojave River and the formation of late Holocene playa lakes, southern California. The Holocene, v. 2, p. 11-18.

 

7.+ McFadden, L.D., Wells, S.G., Brown, W.J., and Enzel,, Y., 1992, Genesis of soils on beach ridges of pluvial Lake Mojave, Southern California: Geomorphic control and implications for lacustrine and eolian events during the Holocene in the Mojave Desert. Catena, v. 19, p. 77-97.

 

8.**Ely, L.L., Enzel, Y., Baker, V.R., and Cayan, D.R., 1993, Atmospheric circulation patterns and extreme paleofloods: A 5000-year record from the southwestern United States, Science v.262, p. 410-412.

 

9.**Enzel, Y., Ely, L.L., House, P.K., Baker, V.R., and Webb., R.H., 1993, Paleoflood evidence for a natural upper bound to flood magnitudes in the Colorado River basin. Water Resources Research, v. 29, 2287-2297.

 

10.=Kale, S.V, Mishra, S., Baker, V.R., Rajaguru, S.N., Enzel, Y., and Ely, L.L., 1993, Prehistoric flood deposits on the Choral River, central Narmada, India: Current Science (India).

 

11.=Ritter, J.B., Miller, J.R., Enzel, Y., et al., 1993, Quaternary evolution of Cedar Creek Alluvial Fan, Montana. Geomorphology, v. 8, 287-304.

 

12.**Enzel, Y. Amit, R., Harrison, J.B.J., and Porat, N., 1994, Morphologic dating of fault scarp and terrace risers in the southern Arava, Israel: Comparison to other dating techniques and implication for paleoseismicity in the southern Arava, Israel. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 43, p. 91-103.

 

13.=Kale, V.S., Ely, L.L., Enzel, Y., Baker, V.R., 1994, Geomorphic and hydrologic aspects of monsoon floods in central India, Geomorphology, v. 10, p. 157-168.

 

14.**Enzel, Y., Ely, L.L., Martinez, J., and Vivian, R.G., 1994, Paleofloods comparable in magnitude to the catastrophic 1989 dam failure flood on the Virgin River, Utah and Arizona. Journal of Hydrology, v. 153 (1), p. 291-317.

 

15.=Ely, L.L., Enzel, Y., and Cayan, D.R., 1994, Anomalous North Pacific atmospheric circulation and large winter floods in the southwestern United States. Journal of Climate, v. 7, 977-987

 

16.**Baker, V.R., Ely, L.L., Enzel, Y., and Kale, V.S., 1995, Understanding India’s Rivers: Late Quaternary paleofloods, hazard assessment, and global change. in: Quaternary Environments and Geoarcheology of India, Wadia, S., Korisettar, K., and Kale, V.S. (eds.): Geology Society of India Memoir 32, pp. 61-77.

 

17.=Amit, R., Harrison, J.B.J., and Enzel, Y., 1995, Use of soils and colluvial deposits in analyzing tectonic events – The Southern Arava Rift, Israel. Geomorphology, v. 12, p. 91-107.

 

18.+Rajaguru, S.N., Gupta, A., Kale, S.N., Ganjoo, R.K., Baker, V.R., Ely., L.L., and Enzel, Y., 1995, Geomorphology of a selected reach of the Narmada River, India: A study in channel form and behavior: Earth Surface Processes and Landforms v. 20, p. 407-421.

 

19.=Ritter, J.B., Miller, J.R., Enzel, Y., and Wells, S.G., 1995, Re-evaluating the role of tectonism and climate in alluvial fan evolution. Geology, v. 23, p. 245-248.

 

20.=Porat, N., Wintle, A., Amit, R., and Enzel, Y., 1996, Late Quaternary earthquake chronology from  luminescence dating of colluvial and alluvial deposits of the Arava Valley, Israel. Quaternary Research 46, 107-117.

 

21.**Enzel, Y., Amit, R., Porat, N., Zilberman, E., Harrison, J.B., 1996, Estimating the ages of fault scarps in the Arava, Israel. Tectonophysics 253, p 305-317.

 

22.=Kale, V.S., Ely, L.L., Enzel, Y., and Baker, V. R., 1996, Flood hydrology in the Deccan Peninsular India, using paleoflood and historical records. in: Gregory, K.J., ed., Paleohydrology and Climate Change, Geological Society (London) Special Publication 115, 155-163.

 

23.**Ely, L.L., Enzel, Y., Baker, V.R., Kale, V.S., Mishra, S., 1996, Changes in the magnitude and frequency of Holocene monsoon floods on the Narmada River, Central India. Geological Society of America Bulletin 108, 1134-1148.

 

24.**Enzel, Y., Ely, L.L., House, K.P., and Baker, V.R., 1996, Magnitude and frequency of Holocene paleofloods, southwestern United States - indicating upper bound and climate forcing on severe floods. in: Branson. J. et al., eds., Global Continental Changes: the Context of Paleohydrology, Geological Society (London) Special Publication 115, 121-137.

 

25.=Amit, R., Harrison, J. B., Enzel, Y., Porat, N., 1996, Soils as a tool for estimating ages of Quaternary fault scarps in a hyper arid environment - the southern Arava valley, the Dead Sea rift, Israel. Catena v. 28, pp 21-45.

 

26.**Enzel, Y., Wells, S.G., 1997, Extracting Holocene paleohydrology and paleoclimatology from modern records of extreme events: An example from southern California. Geomorphology 11, 203-226.

 

27.=Porat, N., Amit, R., Zilberman, E., and Enzel, Y., 1997, Luminescence dating of fault-related alluvial fan sediments in the Southern Arava Valley, Israel. Quaternary Science Reviews (Quaternary Geochronology) v. 16, pp. 397-402.

 

28.*Ginat, H., Enzel, Y., and Avni, Y., 1998, Translocated Plio-Pleistocene drainage systems along the Dead Sea transform. Tectonophysics 284, 151-160.

 

29.=Benito, G., Grodek, T., Enzel, Y., 1998, The geomorphic and hydrologic impacts of the catastrophic failure of flood-control-dams the 1996-Biescas flood (Central Pyrenees, Spain). Zeit. Geomorphologie 42: 417-437.

 

30.*Matmon, A., Enzel, Y., Zilberman, E., and Heiman, A., 1999, Late Pliocene and Pleistocene reversal of drainage systems in northern Israel: Tectonic implications. Geomorphology 28:43-59.

 

31.**Enzel, Y., Ely, L.L., Mishra, S., Ramesh, R., Amit, R., Lazar, B., Rajaguru, S.N., Baker, V.R., and Sandler, A., 1999, High-resolution Holocene environmental changes in the Thar Desert, northwestern India. Science 284:125-128.

 

32.=Amit, R., Zilberman, E., Porat, N., Enzel, Y., 1999, Relief inversion in the Avrona Playa as evidence of large-magnitude historical earthquakes, southern Arava valley, Dead Sea rift. Quaternary Research 52:76-91.

 

33.** Enzel, Y., Kadan, G., and Eyal, Y., 2000, Holocene earthquakes in the Dead Sea graben from a fan-delta sequence. Quaternary Research 53:34-48.

 

34.*Barzilay, E., Enzel, Y., and Amit, R., 2000, Constructing synthetic time-series of rainfall events for for environmental modeling in a hyperarid environment, Southern Arava, Israel. IAHS Publication 261: 1-14

 

35.+Porat, N., Zilberman, E., Amit, R., and Enzel, Y., 2001, Residual ages of modern sediments in an hyperarid region, Israel. Quaternary Science Reviews 20:795-798.

 

36.*Machlus, M., Enzel, Y., Goldstein, S. L., Marco, S., and Stein, M., 2000, Reconstruction of low-stands of lake Lisan between 55 and 35 kyr. Quaternary International 73/74: 137-144.

 

37.*Matmon, M., Zilberman, E., and Enzel, Y., 2000, Development of the Bet-HaEmek structure and the tectonic activity of normal faults in the Galilee. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences 49: 145-158.

 

38.+Clapp, E. M., Bierman, P. R., Schick, A. P., Lekach, J., Enzel, Y., and Cafee, M., 2000, Differing rates of sediment productions and sediment yield determined by cosmogenic isotopes and conventional methods in extremely arid environment, Nahal Yael, Israel Geology 28:995-998.

 

39.*Mitchel, S. E., Matmon, A., Bierman, P. R., Enzel, Y., and Caffee, M., 2001, Displacement history of a limestone normal fault scarp, northern Israel from cosmogenic 36Cl, Journal of Geophysical Research 106 (B3): 4247-4264.

 

40.*Matmon, A., Zilberman, E., and Enzel, Y., 2000, Morphometric analysis for determining the age of escarpments: an example from the Galilee, northern Israel. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 112: 1864-1876.

 

41.*Ken-Tor, R., Agnon, A., Enzel, Y., Marco, S., Negendank, J. F. W., and Stein, M., 2001, High-resolution geological record of historical earthquakes in the Dead Sea basin. Journal of Geophysical Research 106(B2): 2221-2234.

 

42.**Enzel, Y., Wells, S. G., and Lancaster, N., 2003, Late Pleistocene lakes along the Mojave River, southern California, In: Enzel, Y., Wells, S.G., and Lancaster, N., eds., Paleoenvironments and Paleohydrology of the Mojave and Southern Great Basin Deserts, Geological Society of America Special Paper 368, p. 61-78 (review article)

 

43.*Greenbaum, N. Schwartz, U., Schick, A. P., and Enzel, Y. 2001, Paleofloods and the estimation of long-term transmission losses and recharge to the lower Nahal Zin alluvial aquifer, Negev Desert, Israel. In: House, P. K., Lavish, D. Webb, R. H., and Baker, V.R., eds. ., Ancient Floods, Modern Hazards: Principles and Applications of Paleoflood Hydrology, American Geophysical Union, Water Resources and Application v. 5, p. 311-328.

 

44.*Ken-Tor R., Stein, M., Enzel, Y., Agnon, A., Marco, S., and Negendank, J. F. W., 2001, Assessment of the precision of Radiocarbon ages of historic earthquakes in the Dead Sea basin. Radiocarbon, v. 43, no. 3, p. 1371-1382.

 

45.**Enzel, Y., Knott, J. R., Anderson, K., Anderson, E.D., and Wells, S. G., 2002, Is there any                evidence of mega-Lake Manly in the Mojave Desert during Isotope Stage 6? Quaternary                   Research 57(1):173-176.

 

46.=Zilberman, E., Amit, R., Porat, N., Enzel, Y., and Avner, U., 2005. Surface ruptures induced by the devastating 1068 AD earthquake in the southern Arava valley, Dead Sea Rift, Israel. Tectonophysics v. 408 (1-4): 79-99.

 

47.*+Morin, E., Enzel, Y., Shamir, U., and Garti, R., 2001, The characteristic time scale for basin hydrological response using radar data. Journal of Hydrology 252 (1-4): 85-99.

 

48.*Bartov, Y., Stein, M., Enzel, Y., Agnon, A., and Reches, Z., 2002, Lake levels and sequence stratigraphy of Lake Lisan, the late Pleistocene precursor of the Dead Sea. Quaternary Research 57(1): 9-21.

 

49.**Redmond, K. T., Enzel, Y., House, P. K., and Biondi, F., 2001, Climate impact on flood frequency at the decadal to millennial time scales, In: House et al., eds., Ancient Floods, Modern Hazards: Principles and Applications of Paleoflood Hydrology, American Geophysical Union Water Science and Applications v. 5, p. 21-46.

 

50.**Frumkin, A., Kadan, G., Enzel, Y., and Eyal, Y., 2001., Radiocarbon chronology of the Holocene Dead Sea: Attempting a regional correlation. Radiocarbon, v. 43 (3), p. 1179-1189.

 

51.*Kahana, R. Ziv, B., Enzel, Y., and Dayan, U., 2002. Synoptic climatology of major floods in the Negev Desert, Israel. International Journal of Climatology, v. 22, p. 867-882.

 

52.=Amit, R., Zilberman, E., Enzel, Y., and Porat, N., 2002. Paleoseismic evidence for time dependency of seismic response on a fault system in the southern Arava Valley, Dead Sea rift, Israel. Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 114, no. 2., p. 1192-206.

 

53.=Eyal, Y., Brunner, I., Kadan, G., Enzel, Y., and Landa, E. 2002, High-resolution seismic study of the Nahal Darga fan-delta, Dead Sea, Israel, with the aim to relate the surface and subsurface tectonic structures. European Geophysical Union Stephan Mueller Special Publication Series, 2, p. 21-33.

 

54.*Greenbaum, N., Enzel, Y., and Schick, A.P., 2002, Magnitude and frequency of paleofloods and historical floods in the Arava basin, Negev Desert, Israel. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 50, p. 159-186.

 

55.*+Morin, E., Georgakakos, K. P., Shamir, U., Garti, R., and Enzel, Y., 2002, Objective, observations-based, automatic estimation of the catchment response time scale. Water Resources Research, v. 38(10) 30(1-16).

 

56.*=Matmon, A., Bierman, P., and Enzel, Y. 2002, Pattern and tempo of great escarpment erosion. Geology, v. 30:1135-1138.

 

57.*Matmon, A., Chrouvi, O., Enzel, Y., Bierman, P., Larsen, J., Porat, N., Amit, P., and Caffee, M., 2003, Complex exposure histories of chert clasts in the late Pleistocene shorelines of Lake Lisan, southern Israel. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms v. 28: 493-506.

 

58.*+Morin, E., Georgakakos, K. P. Shamir, U., Garti, R., and Enzel, Y., 2003, Investigating the effect of catchment characteristics on the response time scale using distributed model and weather radar information. In: Y. Tachikawa, B. E. Vieux, K. P. Georgakakos & Eiichi Nakakita (eds).Weather Radar Information and Distributed Hydrological Modeling . IAHS Publ. no. 282, 2003. p. 177–185.

 

 

59.*Bartov, Y., Goldstien, S. L., Stein, M., and Enzel, Y., 2003, Catastrophic arid events in the East Mediterranean linked with the North Atlantic Heinrich events. Geology, v. 31: 439-442.

 

60.*Fishhandler, I., Enzel, Y. and Gvirtzman, H., 2003. Sedimentation rates at the Mishmar Ayalon Reservoir, Israel, Israel Journal of Earth Sciences. v. 52: 21-29.

 

61.**Wells, S. G., Brown, W. J., Enzel, Y., Anderson, R. Y., and McFadden L. D., 2003, Late Quaternary geology and paleohydrology of pluvial Lake Mojave, southern California. In: Enzel, Y., Wells, S.G., and Lancaster, N., eds., Paleoenvironments and Paleohydrology of the Mojave and Southern Great Basin Deserts, Geological Society of America Special Paper 368 , p. 79-114.

 

62.*Bookman (Ken-Tor), R., Enzel, Y., Agnon, A. and Stein, M, 2004, Late Holocene lake levels of the Dead Sea. Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 116 (5-6): 555-571.

 

63.**Enzel, Y., Ken-Tor, R., Sharon, D., Gvirtzman, H., Dayan, U., Ziv, B., and Stein, 2003, Late Holocene climates of the Near East deduced from Dead Sea level variations and regional winter rainfall. Quaternary Research 60: 263-273.

 

64.*Sheffer, N., Enzel, Y., Waldman, N., Grodek, T., and Benito, G., 2003. Claim of largest flood on record proves false. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 84 (12), p. 109.

 

65.+Benito, G., Lang, M., Barriendos, M., Llasat, C. M., Frances, F., Ouarda, T., Thornycraft, V., Enzel, Y., Bardossy, A., Coeur, D., and Bobé, B.,  2004. Use of systematic, paleoflood and historical data for the improvement of flood risk estimation. Review of scientific methods. Natural Hazards v. 31,  p. 623-643.

 

66.*Ben David-Novak, H., Morin, E., and Enzel, Y., 2004. Modern extreme storms and the rainfalL           thresholds for initiating debris flows on the hyperarid western escarpment of the Dead Sea, Israel.       Geological Society of America Bulletin. v. 116 (5-6): 718-728
 

67.*Sheffer, N., Enzel, Y., Benito, G., Grodek, T., Porat, N., Lang, M., Naulet, R., and Coer, D., 2003, Paleofloods and historical floods of the Ardeche River, France. Water Resources Research, v. 39 (12), 1376, doi:10.1029/2003WR002468.

 

68.*Kahana, R., Ziv, B., Dayan, U., and Enzel, Y., 2004, Atmospheric predictors for major floods in the Negev Desert, Israel. International Journal of Climatology v. 24, p. 1137-1147.

 

69.+Ziv, B., Dayan, U., Kushnir, Y., Roth, C., and  Enzel, Y., 2006, Regional and global atmospheric patterns governing rainfall in the southern Levant. International Journal of Climatology , v. 26, p. 55-73.

 

70.*Bartov, Y., Bookman, R., and Enzel, Y., 2006, Current depositional environments at the Dead Sea margins as indicators of its past levels. In: Enzel, Y. Agnon, and M. Stein, (eds.)., New Frontiers in Dead Sea Paleoenvironmental Research. Geological Society of America Special Paper 401, p. 127-140.

71.* Bookman, R., Bartov, Y., Enzel, Y., and Stein, M., 2006, The levels of the late quaternary lakes in the Dead Sea basin: a two centuries of research. In: Enzel, Y. Agnon, and M. Stein, (eds.), New Frontiers in Dead Sea Paleoenvironmental Research. Geological Society of America Special Paper 401, p. 155-170.

 

72.=Greenbaum, N., Ben-Zvi, A., Haviv, I., and Enzel, Y., 2006, The hydrology and paleohydrology of tributaries to the Dead Sea. In: Enzel, Y. Agnon, and M. Stein, (eds.), New Frontiers in Dead Sea Paleoenvironmental Research. Geological Society of America Special Paper 401, p. 63-94.

 

73.*Karniel, G., and Enzel, 2006, Dead Sea photographs in the nineteenth century. In: Enzel, Y. Agnon, and M. Stein, (eds.), New Frontiers in Dead Sea Paleoenvironmental Research. Geological Society of America Special Paper 401, p. 231-240.

 

74.=Greenbaum, N., Porat, N., Rhodes, E., and Enzel, Y., 2006, Evidence of large floods episodes during oxygen isotope stage 3 in the southern Negev desert, Israel. Quaternary Science Review, v. 25, p. 704-719.

 

75.=Prasad, S., and Enzel, Y., 2006. Holocene climates of India. Quaternary Research, v. 66, p. 442-453.

 

76.=Matmon, A., Shaked, Y., Agnon, A., Porat, N., Enzel, Y., Finkel, R., Lifton, N., and Boaretto, E., 2005, Seismic ground motion and boulder detachment along the margins of the Dead Sea fault, southern Israel. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 240, p. 803-817.

 

77.=Amit, R., Enzel, Y., and Sharon, D., 2006. Permanent Quaternary aridity in the Southern Negev, Israel. Geology, v. 34(6), p. 509-512.

 

78.*Haviv, I., Enzel, Y., Matmon, A., Stone, J., Whipple, K., Zilberman, E., and Feifeld K., 2006, Amplified erosion above waterfalls and oversteepened bedrock reaches. Journal of Geophysical Research. 111, F04004, doi:10.1029/2006JF000461

 

79.=Dahan, O., Shani, Y., Enzel, Y., Yechieli, Y., and Yakirevich, A., 2007. Experimental approach for floodwater infiltartion and recharge of hyperarid shallow alluvial aquifers. Journal of Hydrology 344, p. 157-170.

 

80.=Dayan, U., Ziv, B., Shoop, T., and Enzel, Y., 2008. Suspended dust over south-eastern Mediterranean and its relation to atmospheric circulations. International Journal of Climatology 28, p. 915-924.

 

81.**Enzel, Y., Amit, R., Dayan, U., Crouvi, O., Kahana, R., Ziv, B., Sharon, D., 2008, The climatic and physiographic controls of the Eastern Mediterranean over the late Pleistocene climates in the southern levant and its neighboring deserts. Global and Planetary Change 60. p. 165-192. (on list of most cited papers from this journal)

 

82.*Ben Moshe, L., Haviv, I., Enzel, Y., Zilberman, E., and Matmon, A., 2008, Basin hydrology and sediment diffusion modeling of incising alluvial streams under the fast falling base level of the Dead Sea, Israel. Geomorphology 93, p. 524-536.

 

83.**Jacoby, Y., Grodek, T., Enzel, Y., Porat, N., MacDonald, E., Dahan, O., 2008. Determining Magnitudes of Twentieth Century Large Floods in a Hyperarid Alluvial Stream Using Flood Geomorphology and Botanical Evidence. Geomorphology 95, p. 274-294.

 

84.*Bartov, Y., Agnon, A., Enzel, Y., and Stein, M., 2006, Late Quaternary faulting and subsidence in the central Dead Sea basin. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 55: 17-31.

85.*Bartov, Y., Enzel, Y., Porat, N., and Stein, M., 2007, Sequence stratigraphy and lake-level reconstruction techniques: example from the Pleistocene-Holocene Dead Sea basin. Journal of Sedimentary Research 67, p. 680-692.

86.=Dahan, O., Tatarsky, B., Enzel, Y., Kulls, C., Seely, M., Benito, G., 2008, Floodwater infiltration and ground water recharge in the hyperarid Kuiseb River, Namibia. Ground Water 46, p. 450-461.

87.*Sheffer, N. A., Rico, M., Enzel, Y., Benito, G., and Grodek, T., 2008, The Palaeoflood record of the Gardon River, France: A comparison with the extreme 2002 flood event. Geomorphology 98, p. 71-83.

88.*Crouvi, O., Amit, R., Enzel, Y. Porat, N., Sandler, A., 2008. Sand dunes as a major proximal dust source for late Pleistocene loess in the Negev desert, Israel. Quaternary Research 70, p. 275-282.

89.**Morin, E., Grodek, T., Dahan, O., Benito, G., Kulls, C., Jacoby, Y., Van Langenhove, G., Seely, M., and Enzel, Y., 2009. Flood routing and alluvial aquifer recharge along the ephemeral arid Kuiseb River, Namibia. Journal of Hydrology 368:262-275.

90.*Davis, M., Matmon, A., Zilberman, E., Porat, N., Gluck, D., and Enzel, Y., 2009. Bathymetry of late Pleistocene Lake Lisan determines stream incision in response to climatically induced lake level fall. Geomorphology 106: 352-362.

91.*Crouvi, O., Amit, R., Enzel, Y., Porat, N., Gillespie, A. R., and McDonald, V. E., 2009. The importance of studying primary eolian loess for reconstructing chronology, dust accretion rates and dust sources: An example from the Negev desert, Israel. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface 114, F02017 doi:10.1029/2008JF001083

92. +Porat, N., Duller, G. A. T., Amit, R., Zilberman, E. and Enzel, Y. 2009. Recent faulting in the southern Arava, Dead Sea Transform: Evidence from single grain luminescence dating. Quaternary International 199: 34-44.doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2007.08.039 

93.** Benito, G. Rohde, R., Seely, M., Külls, C., Dahan, O., Enzel, Y., Todd, S., Botero, B., Morin, E., Grodek, T., and Roberts, C., 2010. Management of alluvial aquifers in two southern African ephemeral rivers: Implications for IWRM. Water Resources Management 24:641–667. DOI 10.1007/s11269-009-9463-9

94. *Haviv, I., Enzel, Y., Whipple, K. X., Zilberman, E., Matmon, A., Stone, J., and Fifield, K. L., 2010. Evolution of vertical knickpoints (waterfalls) with resistant caprock: Insights from numerical modeling. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface 115: F03028 http://dx.doi.org/10.1029/2008JF001187.

95.  +Dahan, O., Talby,  R., Yechieli, Y., Adar, E., Lazarovitch, N., and Enzel, Y., 2009. In situ monitoring of water percolation and solute transport using a vadose zone monitoring system. Vadose Zone Journal 8: 916-925. DOI: 10.2136/vzj2008.0134

96.**Porat, N., Amit, R., Enzel, Y., Zilberman, E., Avni, Y., Ginat, H., and Gluck, D., 2010, Luminescence dating of alluvial surfaces in hyperarid regions. Journal of Arid Environment 74: 961-869. doi:10.1016/j.jaridenv.2009.10.018

97. **Enzel Y., Amit, R., Crouvi, O., Porat, N., 2010.  Abrasion-derived sediments under intensified winds at the latest Pleistocene leading edge of the advancing Sinai-Negev erg. Quaternary Research 74:121–131. doi:10.1016/j.yqres.2010.04.002

98. *Crouvi, O., Amit, R., Enzel, Y., and Gillespie, R. A., 2010. Active sand seas and the formation of desert loess. Quaternary Science Review 29: 2087-2098 doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2010.04.026

99. **Amit, R., Enzel, Y., Crouvi, O., Simhai, O., Matmon, A., Porat, N., McDonald, E. V., Gillespie, A., R., 2011. The role of the Nile in initiating a massive dust influx to the Negev late in the middle Pleistocene. Geological Society of America Bulletin 123: 873-889

100. **Amit, R., Enzel, Y., Grodek, T., Crouvi, O., Porat, N., and Ayalon, A., 2010.  The role of rare rainstorms in the formation of calcic soil horizons on alluvial surfaces in extreme deserts. Quaternary Research 72: 177-187. doi:10.1016/j.yqres.2010.06.001

101. **Amit, R., Simhai, O., Ayalon, A., Enzel, Y., Matmon, A., Porat, N., Crouvi, O., and McDonald, E. V., in press. Cumulative soils and the early Pleistocene transition from sparse arid vegetation to barren hyperarid environment in the southern Levant deserts. Quaternary Science Reviews 30: 312-323. 10.1016/j.quascirev.2010.11.007

102. *Boroda, R., Amit, R., Matmon, A., Finkel, R., Benedetti, L., Porat, N., Enzel, Y., Eyal, Y., 2011. Quaternary-scale evolution of sequences of talus flatirons in the extremely arid Negev. Geomorphology 127:  41–52. 10.1016/j.geomorph.2010.12.003

103. *Peleg, N., Morin, E., Gvirtzman, H., and Enzel, Y., 2012. Changes in spring discharge as potential amplifiers of societal response to rainfall series in the eastern Mediterranean.  Climatic Change 112:769789.1007/s10584-011-0232-4

104. =Bacon, S. N., McDonald, E. V., Amit, R., Enzel, Y., and Crouvi, O., 2011. Total suspended particulate matter (TSP) emissions at high friction velocities from landforms in the Negev Desert. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface 116, F03019. Doi:10.1029/2011JF001965.

105. =Amiaz, Y., Sorek, S., Enzel, Y., and Dahan, O., 2011. Solute-transport in the vadose zone and groundwater during flash floods. Water Resources Research 47 W10513. doi:10.1029/2011WR010747. (Highlighted in EOS)

106. **Enzel, Y, Amit, R., Grodek, T, Ayalon, A., Lekach, J., Porat, N., Bierman, P., Blum, J. D., and Erel, Y., 2012. Late Quaternary depositional landforms in Nahal Yael, Israel: "Impact of climatic change on an arid watershed1", Geological Society of America Bulletin124(5/6): 705–722.  doi:10.1130/B30538.1

107. *Crouvi, O., Schepanski, K., Amit, R., Gillespie, A. R., Enzel, Y., 2012. Multiple dust sources in the Sahara Desert: The importance of sand dunes. Geophysical Research Letters 39, L13401, doi:10.1029/2012GL052145 (cover photograph, editor selection and highlighted in EOS)

108. *Goldsmith, Y., Enzel, Y., and Stein, M., 2012. Systematic Mn fluctuations in laminated rock varnish developed on coeval early Holocene flint artifacts along a climatic transect, Negev desert, Israel. Quaternary Research 78: 474-485.

109.** Grodek, T., Benito, G., Botero, B., Jacoby, Y., Porat, N., Haviv, I., Cloete, G., and Enzel, Y., in press. The last millennium largest floods in the hyperarid Kuiseb River basin, Namib Desert. Journal of quaternary Sciences

110. *Boroda, R.  Matmon, A., Amit, R., Haviv, I., Porat, N., ASTER Team, Rood, D., Eyal, Y., and Enzel Y., in press. Long-term talus flatirons formation in the hyperarid northeastern Negev. Quaternary Research.

111. *Bartov, Y., Stein, M., Enzel, Y., Kendell, C., and Moore, P. 2012, Modeling the sensitivity to environmental controls of the Late Pleistocene lacustrine delta sequences in the Dead Sea basin, in Baganz, O. W., Bartov, Y., Bohacs, K., and Nummedal, D., eds., Lacustrine Sandstone Reservoirs and Hydrocarbon Systems: AAPG Memoir 95, p. 417 – 431.



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