USDA Forest Service
Pacific Southwest Research Station
Redwood Sciences Laboratory
1700 Bayview Drive
Arcata, CA 95521
Buffington, John M., Thomas E. Lisle, Richard D. Woodsmith, and Sue Hilton. 2002. Controls on the size and occurrence of pools in coarse-grained forest rivers. River Research and Applications 18: 507-531.
Cui, Y., G. Parker, T. E. Lisle, J. Gott, M. E. Hansler, J. E. Pizzuto, N. E. Almendinger, and J. M. Reed. 2003. Sediment pulses in mountain rivers. Part 1. Experiments. Water Resources Research 39:1239 1210.1029/2002WR001803.
Cui, Y., G. Parker, J. E. Pizzuto, and T. E. Lisle. 2003. Sediment pulses in mountain rivers. Part 2. Comparison between experiments and numerical predictions. Water Resources Research 39:1240, 1210.1029/2002WR001805.
de la Fuente, Juan Antonio, Tom Lisle, Jose Velasquez, Bonnie L Allison, and Alisha Miller. 2002. Sedimentation in Rio La Venta Canyon in Netzahualcoyotl Reservoir, Chiapas, Mexico. Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 83(47): F430.
Dewey, Nicholas J., Thomas E. Lisle, and Leslie M. Reid. 2003. Channel incision and suspended sediment delivery at Caspar Creek, Mendocino County, California. EOS Transactions AGU 84(46), Fall Mtg. Suppl., Abstract H52A-1159.
Dewey, Nicholas J., Thomas E. Lisle, and Leslie M. Reid. 2002. Gully development in tributaries to Caspar Creek, Northern California Coast Range. Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 83(47): F532.
Eads, Rand and Jack Lewis. 2003. Turbidity Threshold sampling in watershed research. In: Renard, Kenneth G.; McElroy, Stephen A.; Gburek, William J.; Canfield, H. Evan; Scott, Russell L., eds. First Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds, October 27-30, 2003. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service; 567-571. [220 KB]
Keppeler, Elizabeth T., Jack Lewis, Thomas E. Lisle. 2003. Effects of forest management on streamflow, sediment yield, and erosion, Caspar Creek Experimental Watersheds. In: Renard, Kenneth G.; McElroy, Stephen A.; Gburek, William J.; Canfield, H. Evan; Scott, Russell L., eds. First Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds, October 27-30, 2003. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service; 77-82. [259 KB]
Lewis, Jack. 2003. Turbidity-controlled sampling for suspended sediment load estimation. In: Bogen, J. Tharan Fergus and Des Walling (eds.), Erosion and Sediment Transport Measurement in Rivers: Technological and Methodological Advances (Proc. Oslo Workshop, 19-20 June 2002). IAHS Publ. 283: 13-20. [294 KB]
Lewis, Jack. 2003. Stemflow estimation in a redwood forest using model-based stratified random sampling. Environmetrics 14(6):559-571.
Lewis, Jack, Rand Eads, and Noah Campbell-Lund. 2002. Turbidity threshold sampling program (TTS). Software release TTS_4_0.csi. USDA Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. October 2002. 56 p.
Lisle, T. E. 2002. How much dead wood in channels is enough? Pages 85-93, in: W. F. Laudenslayer, Jr., Shea, P. J., Valentive, B. E., Weatherspoon, C. P., Lisle, T. E., editor. Proceedings of the symposium on the ecology and management of dead wood in western forests, General Technical Report PSW-GTR-181. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Albany, CA.
Lisle, T. E., Smith, B. 2003. Dynamic transport capacity in gravel-bed river systems. Pages 187-206, in: T. Araya, Kuroki, M., Marutani, T., editor. International Workshop for Source to Sink Sedimentary Dynamics in Catchment Scale. Organizing Committee of the International Workshop for Sedimentary Dynamics, 2003, Sapporo, Japan.
Lisle, Thomas E., and Michael Church. 2002. Sediment transport-storage relations for degrading, gravel bed channels. Water Resources Research 38(11): 1219, doi:10.1029/2001WR001086, 2002
May, C. L. and R. E. Gresswell. 2003. Large wood recruitment and redistribution in headwater streams in the southern Oregon Coast Range, U.S.A. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33: 1352-1362.
May, C. L. and R. E. Gresswell. 2003. Processes and rates of sediment and wood accumulation in the headwater streams of the Oregon Coast Range, U.S.A. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 28(4): 409-424.
May, C. L. 2002. Debris flows through different forest age classes in the central Oregon Coast Range. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 38(4): 1097-1113.
Reid, L. M., and N. A. Trustrum. 2002. Facilitating sediment budget construction for land management applications. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 45(6): 865-887.
Smith, Bonnie J., Thomas E. Lisle, Diane G. Sutherland, Sue Hilton, Harvey M. Kelsey, and Eileen M. Cashman. 2002. Interactions between sediment storage and bed material transport: A field and flume study. Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 83(47): F532.
Tomberlin, David, William T. Baxter, Robert R. Ziemer, and Matthew Thompson. 2002. Logging roads and aquatic habitat protection in the California redwoods. Poster, 2002 SAF National Convention, 5-9 October 2002, Winston-Salem, NC.
Ziemer, Robert R. 2004. Scale considerations for linking hillslopes to aquatic habitats. Pages 22-32, in: Hermann Gucinski, Cynthia Miner, and Becky Bittner (eds.) Proceedings: Views from the ridge: Considerations for planning at the landscape scale. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-596. Portland, OR: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 133 p. [346 KB]
Rice, Raymond M., Robert R. Ziemer, and Jack Lewis. In press. Evaluating forest management effects on erosion, sediment, and runoff: Caspar Creek and northwestern California. Pages 7-1 - 7-16, in: Lessons from the Grandmasters of Watershed Management. Society of American Foresters monograph. Bethesda, Maryland: Society of American Foresters. [381 KB]
Grulke N. E., P. R. Miller, R. Neilson, R. Ziemer, and D. V. Sandberg. In review. Ecosystem dynamics and disturbance; State of knowledge paper. USDA Forest Service Pacific Global Change Program. Albany, California: USDA FS Pacific Southwest Research Station, General Technical Report. 125 p.
Harvey, B. C. In preparation. Dry-season use of habitat by fishes in large river channels in the Eel River drainage, northwestern California. Environmental Biology of Fishes.
Harvey, B. C., A. Hicks, and S. F. Railsback. In preparation. Modeling the effects of turbidity regime on stream fish populations. Ecological Modelling.
Lisle, Thomas E., Charlie Luce, Robert R. Ziemer, and Christine May. In review. Comprehensive fire analysis: Integrating fire-related analyses at a larger scale. Forest Ecology and Management. (submitted 6/10/02)
Mondry, A., S. Hilton, D. Elder, J. de la Fuente, and K. Baldwin. In review. Influences of sediment and large wood inputs on 1997 flood effects in three Klamath Mountain streams. In: Proceedings, Klamath River Symposium, Arcata, CA, 2001.
Nakamoto, R. J., and Bret C. Harvey. In preparation. Spatial, seasonal and body size-dependent variation in the diet of an introduced Sacramento pikeminnow in the Eel River, northwestern California. California Fish & Game.
Reid, L. M. In preparation. Evaluating timber management effects on land uses and values in northwest California.
Reid, L. M. In preparation. The watershed. Channel Dynamics in Forested Mountain Watersheds. Rocky Mountain Research Station Gen. Tech. Rept.
Reid, L. M., T. Dunne, and J. Lewis. In review. Calculating average landslide frequency: a simplified method. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. (submitted 6/28/98)
Reid, L. M., and M. J. Page. In review. Magnitude and frequency of landsliding in a large New Zealand catchment. Geomorphology. (submitted 6/28/98)
Reid, Leslie M., and Fredrick J. Swanson. In review. Sediment budgeting strategies for land management applications. Physical Geography. (submitted 9/29/98)
White, Jason L., and Bret C. Harvey. In preparation. Basin-scale patterns in the drift of larval fish and lamprey ammoceotes in two coastal rivers in northern California, USA. Environmental Biology of Fishes.
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