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July 2014

Photographic Guidance for Selecting Flow Resistance Coefficients in High-Gradient Channels

Steven E. Yochum, Francesco Comiti, Ellen Wohl, Gabrielle C. L. David, Luca Mao

 

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July 2013

Assessing the Vulnerability of Watersheds to Climate Change

Michael J. Furniss, Ken B. Roby, Dan Cenderelli, John Chatel, Caty F. Clifton, Alan Clingenpeel, Polly E. Hays, Dale Higgins, Ken Hodges, Carol Howe, Laura Jungst, Joan Louie, Christine Mai, Ralph Martinez, Kerry Overton, Brian P. Staab, Rory Steinke, Mark Weinhold

 

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November 2020

Technical Guide for Field Practitioners: Understanding and Monitoring Aquatic Organism Passage at Road-Stream Crossings

Nicholas Heredia, Brett Roper, Nathaniel Gillespie, and Craig Roghair

 

Publication cover pageJune 2017

Stream power framework for predicting geomorphic change: The 2013 Colorado Front Range flood

Steven E. Yochum, Joel S. Sholtes, Julian A. Scott, Brian P. Bledsoe