Thank you for visiting my web site. These pages contain general information about my research and related interests in geomorphology and ecogeomorphology. I study physical aspects of rivers and streams as well as feedbacks with the biota that occupy and alter them (i.e. ecogeomorphology). My research, teaching and service are focused on understanding basic curiosities about the dynamics of fluvial systems as well as a strong commitment to making science relevant to better manage, conserve and restore watersheds and their ecosystems.
Note that if you are a repeat visitor, many of the resources I used to host on my personal page here I have migrated over to our lab pages at http://etal.joewheaton.org.
Click on any of the icons above for links to Joe's Publication Profiles in each. Below are recent publications out of the lab:
See also News and Announcements from the FHC / ETAL: