Some recent and notable publications from the lab:

The natural wood regime in rivers (Wohl, Kramer, Scott, Comiti, Gurnell, Piegay, Lininger, Jaeger, Walters, Fausch, 2019, BioScience)

Connectivity as an emergent property of geomorphic systems (Wohl, Rathburn et al., 2019, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms)

Transient organic jams in Puerto Rican mountain streams after hurricanes (Wohl, Hinshaw, Scamardo & Gutierrez-Fonseca, 2019, River Research and Applications)

Patterns of floodplain spatial heterogeneity in the Southern Rockies, USA (Wohl & Iskin, 2019, Geophysical Research Letters)

Forgotten legacies: understanding and mitigating historical human alterations of river corridors (Wohl, 2019, Water Resources Research)

Distribution of large wood within river corridors in relation to flow regime in the semiarid western US (Wohl et al., 2018, Water Resources Research)

Geomorphic controls on floodplain soil organic carbon in the Yukon Flats, interior Alaska, from reach to river basin scales (Lininger et al., 2018, Water Resources Research)

Where does wood most effectively enhance storage? (Pfeiffer and Wohl, 2018, Geophysical Research Letters)

Post-disturbance sediment recovery (Rathburn, Shahverdian and Ryan, 2017, Geomorphology)

Instream large wood loads across bioclimatic regions (Wohl, Lininger, et al., 2017, Forest Ecology and Management)

Climate-invariant area-slope relations in channel heads initiated by surface runoff (Garrett and Wohl, 2017, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms)

Evaluating carbon storage on subalpine lake deltas (Scott and Wohl, 2017, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms)

Floodplain downed wood volumes: a comparison across three biomes (Lininger et al., 2017, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms)

Examining the effects of geomorphic characteristics on pool temperatures for native fish habitat management in mountainous stream networks (Laurel and Wohl, 2017, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms

The fate of sediment, wood, and organic carbon eroded during an extreme flood, Colorado Front Range, USA (Rathburn et al., 2017, Geology)

Carbon dynamics of river corridors and the effects of human alterations (Wohl et al., 2017, Ecological Monographs)

Evaluating survey instruments and methods in a steep channel (Scott et al., 2016, Geomorphology)

Flooding hydrology and peak discharge attenuation along the middle Araguaia River in central Brazil (Lininger & Latrubesse, 2016, Catena)

Debris flow occurrence and sediment persistence (Grimsley, Rathburn, Friedman, Mangano, 2016, Environmental Management)

The Natural Sediment Regime: Broadening the Foundation for Ecosystem Management (Wohl et al., 2015, BioScience)

Management of Large Wood in Streams of Colorado’s Front Range: A Risk Analysis Based on Physical, Biological, and Social Factors (Wohl et al., 2015)

Log step and clast interactions in mountain streams in the central Cascade Range of Washington State, USA (Scott et al., 2014, Geomorphology)

A legacy of absence: Wood removal in US rivers (Wohl, 2014, Progress in Physical Geography)

Some recent and notable publications from our alums:

Elevational differences in hydrogeomorphic disturbance regime influence sediment residence times within mountain river corridors (Sutfin & Wohl, 2019, Nature Communications)

Bedrock fracture influences on geomorphic process and form across process domains and scales (Scott & Wohl, 2019, Earth Surface Processes & Landforms)

Floodplain dynamics in North American permafrost regions under a warming climate and implications for organic carbon stocks: a review and synthesis (Lininger & Wohl, 2019, Earth-Science Reviews)

The persistence of beaver-induced geomorphic heterogeneity and organic carbon stock in river corridors (Laurel & Wohl, 2019, Earth Surface Processes & Landforms)

Historical land use as a driver of alternative states for stream form and function in forested mountain watersheds of the Southern Rocky Mountains (Livers and Wohl, 2018, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms)

The pulse of driftwood export from a very large forested river basin over multiple time scales, Slave River, Canada (Kramer et al., 2017, Water Resources Research)

Rules of the road: a qualitative and quantitative synthesis of large wood transport through drainage networks (Kramer and Wohl, 2017, Geomorphology)

A 184-year record of river meander migration from tree rings, aerial imagery, and cross sections (Schook et al., 2017, Geomorphology)

Substantial soil organic carbon retention along floodplains of mountain streams (Sutfin and Wohl, 2017, Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface)

Sources and interpretation of channel complexity in forested subalpine streams of the Southern Rocky Mountains (Livers and Wohl, 2016, Water Resources Research)

Banking carbon: a review of organic carbon storage and physical factors influencing retention in floodplains and riparian ecosystems (Sutfin et al., 2016, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms)

Driftcretions: the legacy impacts of driftwood on shoreline morphology (Kramer and Wohl, 2015, Geophysical Research Letters)

An evaluation of stream characteristics in glacial versus fluvial process domains in the Colorado Front Range (Livers and Wohl, 2015, Geomorphology)

Effects of forest stand age on the characteristics of logjams in mountainous forest streams (Beckman and Wohl, 2014)

Carbon storage in mountainous headwater streams: The role of old-growth forests and logjams (Beckman and Wohl, 2014)

Estimating fluvial wood discharge using time-lapse photography with varying sampling intervals (Kramer and Wohl, 2014, Earth Surface Processes & Landforms)

A geomorphic classification of ephemeral channels in a mountainous, arid region, southwestern Arizona, USA (Sutfin et al., 2014, Geomorphology)

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