There’s a great deal of statistical data to check. . . Many thanks for including the details in your book. One can be sure that folks like Dr Schoch will be checking out those findings indicated. The non-experts will likely continue to review their commentary with assertions and assumptions as well as use others published work while presuming to know better - something online access affords. Some folks still do not know the difference between wind erosion and water erosion or what persistent turbid water flow rates do to an open crack in the ground once the gravity assisted flow begins through it, and, especially, ice, one of Nature’s most powerful erosive tools for breaking rock. Those are just a few processes presently at work, too.
From this side of the monitor you did not write a safe book for those entrenched in their comfortable beliefs. For those experts who dug themselves into a hole might have some explaining to do for their next funding grant or continued tenure.