|Characteristics of coarse woody debris and its impact on urban streambed process and structure, North Buffalo Creek, Greensboro, USA
||"Coarse woody debris is important in contemporary urban stream channel systems yet little is known about the dynamics and characteristics of CWD and its impact on streambed process and structure. Measurements of CWD pieces included length, diameter, ...
|Use of LiDAR data in defining the urban-rural transition zone in stream cross-section morphology
||Stream channel geometries have been found to enlarge with urbanization of the upland drainage basin. Although enlargement has been documented in a variety of climatic and urban regimes, little is known about how the geomorphic effects of urbanization...
|Hydrogeomorphology of alluvial benches in an anabranching reach of the Upper Yadkin River, North Carolina
||Prior research has been carried out to determine the relationships between flows cited as important to channel form and the morphology of step-like features bordering streams known as alluvial benches. However little effort has been undertaken to und...
|Nineteenth century land-use, watershed erosion, and sediment yield in southern Appalachia
||The purpose of this research was to gain insight into the anthropogenic forcing of geomorphic systems, specifically how nineteenth century land-use changes impacted watershed hydrologic, upland erosional, and sediment delivery subsystems of Southern ...
|Patterns of urban stream stability: relaxation times and the conditions of (dis)equilibrium in low-order urban watersheds
||There is a need to understand the drivers and process mechanisms by which urban stream channels change, to include the pathways through which they evolve. Finding appropriate criteria for accurate assessment of stream adjustment in urban environments...