Sediment transport, Vegetation interactions, & Channel Geometry

Relevant Publications

Julian JP, Doyle MW, Podolak CJP, Manners RB, Hester E, Meitzen KM, Ensign S, Wilgruber N. 2016. Shaping the physical template: Biological, hydrological, and geomorphic connections in stream channels. In Jones JB, Stanley EH (editors), Streams in a Changing Environment, London, Academic Press, pp. 85-133.

Riggsbee JA, Doyle MW, Julian JP, Manners R, Muehlbauer JD, Sholtes J, and Small MJ. 2013. Influence of Aquatic and Semi-Aquatic Organisms on Channel Forms and Processes. In Shroder JF (Editor-in-chief), Wohl E (Volume Editor), Treatise on Geomorphology, Vol 9, Fluvial Geomorphology, San Diego, Academic Press, pp. 189-202.

Julian JP, Thomas RE, Moursi S, Hoagland BW, Tarhule A.  2012.  Historical variability and feedbacks among land cover, stream power, and channel geometry along the lower Canadian River floodplain in Oklahoma.  Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 37: 449-458, doi:10.1002/esp.2272.

Julian JP, Seegert SZ, Powers SM, Stanley EH, Doyle MW.  2011.  Light as a first-order control on ecosystem structure in a temperate stream. Ecohydrology 4: 422-432, doi: 10.1002/eco.144.

Julian JP, Torres R.  2006.  Hydraulic erosion of cohesive riverbanks. Geomorphology 76: 193-206.

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