Buffington, J.M., and D.R. Montgomery. 2013. Geomorphic classification of rivers. In: Shroder, J. (Editor in Chief), Wohl, E. (Ed.), Treatise on Geomorphology. Academic Press, San Diego, CA, vol. 9, Fluvial Geomorphology, pp. 730–767.
Goode, J. R., J. M. Buffington, D. Tonina, D. J. Isaak, R. F. Thurow, S. Wenger, D. Nagel, C. Luce, D. Tetzlaff, and C. Soulsby. 2013. Potential effects of climate change on streambed scour and risks to salmonid survival in snow-dominated mountain basins. Hydrologic Processes. 27(5): 750-765.
Caamaño, D., P. Goodwin, and J.M. Buffington. 2012. Flow structure through pool-riffle sequences and a conceptual model for their sustainability in gravel-bed rivers. River Research and Applications 28(3): 377-389.
Goode, J. R., C. H. Luce, and J. M. Buffington. 2012. Enhanced sediment delivery in a changing climate in semi-arid mountain basins: Implications for water resource management and aquatic habitat in the northern Rocky Mountains. Geomorphology 139-140: 1-15.
Buffington, J.M., 2012. Changes in channel morphology over human time scales. In: Church, M., Biron, P.M., Roy, A.G. (Eds.), Gravel-Bed Rivers: Processes, Tools, Environments. Wiley, Chichester, UK, pp. 435-463.
Tonina, D., and J. M. Buffington. 2011. Effects of stream discharge, alluvial depth and bar amplitude on hyporheic flow in pool-riffle channels. Water Resources Research. 47:W08508. doi:10.1029/2010WR009140.
Rosenberger, A. E., J. B. Dunham, J. M. Buffington, and M. S. Wipfli. 2011. Persistent effects of wildfire and debris flows on the invertebrate prey base of rainbow trout in Idaho streams. Northwest Science 85(1):55-63.
Beechie, T.J., D.A. Sear, J.D. Olden, G.R. Pess, J.M. Buffington, H.J. Moir, P. Roni, and M.M. Pollock. 2010. Process-based principles for restoring river ecosystems. BioScience 60(3): 209-222.
Roper, B.B., Buffington, J.M., Bennett, S., Lanigan, S.H., Archer, E., Downie, S., Faustini, J., Hillman, T.W., Hubler, S., Jones, K., Jordan, C., Kaufmann, P.R., Merritt, G., Moyer, C., and Pleus, A. 2010. A comparison of the performance and compatibility of protocols used by seven monitoring groups to measure stream habitat in the Pacific Northwest. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 30: 565-587.
2009 and Earlier
Buffington, J.M., and D. Tonina, 2009. Hyporheic exchange in mountain rivers II: Effects of channel morphology on mechanics, scales and rates of exchange, Geography Compass 3(3): 1038-1062, doi 10.1111/j.1749-8198.2009.00225.x.
Buffington, John M.; Roper, Brett B.; Archer, Eric; Moyer, Chris 2009. Reply to discussion by David L. Rosgen: The role of observer variation in determining Rosgen stream types in northeastern Oregon mountain streams. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 45(5): 1298-1312..
Burke, M., Jorde, K., and Buffington, J.M. 2009. Application of a hierarchical framework for assessing environmental impacts of dam operation: changes in hydrology, channel hydraulics, bed mobility and recruitment of riparian trees in a western North American river. Journal of Environmental Management 90: S224-S236, doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2008.07.022.
Caamaño, D., P. Goodwin, J.M. Buffington, J.C.P. Liou, and S. Daley-Laursen, 2009, A unifying criterion for the velocity reversal hypothesis in gravel-bed rivers, Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 135(1): 66-70, doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9429(2009)135:1(66).
Faux, Russell N.; Buffington, John M.; Whitley, M. German; Lanigan, Steve H.; Roper, Brett B. 2009. Chapter 6.- Use of airborne near-infrared LiDAR for determining channel cross-section characteristics and monitoring aquatic habitat in Pacific Northwest rivers: A preliminary analysis In: Bayer, J.M.; Schei, J.L., eds. PNAMP special publication: Remote sensing applications for aquatic resource monitoring. Cook, WA: Pacific Northwest Aquatic Monitoring partnership. p. 43-60.
Moir, H.J., Gibbins, C.N., Buffington, J.M., Webb, J.H., Soulsby, C., and Brewer, M.J. 2009. A new method to identify the fluvial regimes used by spawning salmonids. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66(9): 1404-1408.
Tonina, D. and J.M. Buffington, 2009. Hyporheic exchange in mountain rivers I: Mechanics and environmental effects, Geography Compass 3(3): 1063-1086, doi 10.1111/j.1749-8198.2009.00226.x.
Tonina, D., and J. M. Buffington. 2009. A three-dimensional model for analyzing the effects of salmon redds on hyporheic exchange and egg-pocket habitat. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66(12):2157-2173.
Barry, J.J., Buffington, J.M., Goodwin, P., King, J.G., and W.W. Emmett, 2008, Performance of bed-load transport equations relative to geomorphic significance: predicting effective discharge and its transport rate, Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 134(5): 601-615, doi 10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9429(2008)134:5(601).
Buffington, J.M., and D. Tonina, 2008, Discussion of "Evaluating vertical velocities between the stream and the hyporheic zone from temperature data" by I. Seydell, B.E. Wawra, and U.C.E. Zanke, in Gravel-Bed Rivers 6–From Process Understanding to River Restoration, edited by H. Habersack, H. Piégay, and M. Rinaldi, Elsevier, pp. 128-131.
Roper, B.B., J.M. Buffington, E. Archer, C. Moyer, and M. Ward, 2008, The role of observer variation in determining Rosgen stream types in northeastern Oregon mountain streams, Journal of the American Water Resources Association 44(2): 417-427, doi:10.1111/j.1752-1688.2008.00171.x.
Buffington, John M.; Roper, Brett B.; Archer, Eric; Moyer, Chris, 2009. REPLY TO DISCUSSION - The Role of Observer Variation in Determining Rosgen Stream Types in Northeastern Oregon Mountain Streams. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 45 (5), 1298-1312.
Tonina, D., C.H. Luce, B. Rieman, J.M. Buffington, P. Goodwin, S.R. Clayton, S.M. Ali, J.J. Barry, and C. Berenbrock, 2008, Hydrological response to timber harvest in northern Idaho: implications for channel scour and persistence of salmonids, Hydrological Processes, 22: 3223–3235. doi: 10.1002/hyp.6918.