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Peer-Reviewed Publications

    1. 2017. Weber N, Bouwes N, Pollock M, Volk C,  Wheaton JM, Wathen G, and Jordan C. Alteration of stream temperature by natural and artificial beaver dams. PLOS ONE. 12(5): e0176313. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0176313
    2. 2017. Vericat D, Wheaton JM and Brasington J. Revisiting the Morphological Approach, Gravel-Bed Rivers. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, pp. 121-158. DOI:  10.1002/9781118971437.ch5(see Damia's talk here)
    3. 2017. McHugh P, Saunders C, Bouwes N, Wall E, Bangen S, Wheaton J, Nahorniak M, Ruzycki J, Tattam I and Jordan C.  Linking models across scales  to assess the viability and restoration potential of a threatened population of steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in the Middle Fork John Day River, Oregon, USA. Ecological Modelling, 355: pp 24-38.  DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2017.03.022.
    4. 2017Wheaton J, Bouwes N, McHugh P, Saunders WC, Bangen SG, Bailey PE, Nahorniak M, Wall CE and Jordan C. Upscaling Site-Scale Ecohydraulic Models to Inform Salmonid Population-Level Life Cycle Modelling and Restoration Actions – Lessons from the Columbia River Basin. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. DOI: 10.1002/esp.4137
    5. 2017. O’Brien, GR, Wheaton, J, Fryirs, K, McHugh, P, Bouwes, N, Brierley, G and Jordan, C,  A geomorphic assessment to inform strategic stream restoration planning in the Middle Fork John Day Watershed, Oregon, USA. Journal of Maps, 13(2): 369-381.DOI: 10.1080/17445647.2017.1313787.
    6. 2017. Karran, DJ, Westbrook, CJ, Wheaton, JM, Johnston, CA and Bedard-Haughn, A.  Rapid surface-water volume estimations in beaver ponds. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 21(2): 1039-1050. DOI: 10.5194/hess-21-1039-2017.
    7. 2016. Wall E, Bouwes N, Wheaton JM, Bennett SN, Saunders WC, McHugh PA, and Jordan CE. Design and monitoring of woody structures and their benefits to juvenile steelhead trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) using a net rate of energy intake model. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. DOI: 10.1139/cjfas-2016-0131.
    8. 2016. Macfarlane, WW, Gilbert, JT, Jensen, ML, Gilbert, JD, McHugh, PA, Hough-Snee, N, Wheaton, JM and Bennett, SN.  Riparian vegetation as an indicator of riparian condition: detecting departures from historic condition across the North American West. Journal of Environmental Management. DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2016.10.054.
    9. 2016. Gilbert J, Macfarlane W, and Wheaton JM. The Valley Bottom Extraction Tool (V-BET): a GIS tool for delineating valley bottoms across entire drainage networksComputers & Geosciences. DOI: 10.1016/j.cageo.2016.07.014.
    10. 2016. Bouwes N, Weber N, Jordan CE, Saunders WC, Tattam IA, Volk C, Wheaton JM and Pollock MM. Ecosystem experiment reveals benefits of natural and simulated beaver dams to a threatened population of steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Scientific Reports. 6: 28581. DOI: 10.1038/srep28581.
    11. 2016. Kasprak AK*, Hough-Snee N*, Beechie T, Bouwes N, Brierley G, Camp R*, Fryirs K, Imaki H, Jensen M*, O'Brien G, Rosgen D, and Wheaton JMThe Blurred Line between Form and Process: a Comparison of Stream Channel Classification Frameworks. PLOS One. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0150293.
    12. 2016.  Bangen S‡ , Hensleigh J‡, McHugh P, and Wheaton JM Error modeling of DEMs from topographic surveys of rivers using Fuzzy Inference Systems.  Water Resources Research. DOI: 10.1002/2015WR018299.
    13. 2016. Bouwes N, Bennett S and Wheaton JMAdapting Adaptive Management for Testing the Effectiveness of Stream Restoration: An Intensively Monitored Watershed Example. Fisheries. 41: 2: pp. 84-91.  DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1080/03632415.2015.1127806
    14. 2015. Fryirs K, Wheaton JM, and Brierley GAn approach for measuring confinement and assessing the influence of valley setting on river forms and processesEarth Surface Processes & Landforms. DOI: 10.1002/esp.3893
    15. 2015. Wall E, Bouwes N, Saunders C., Bennett S., McHugh P, Wheaton JM. Net rate of energy intake predicts reach-level steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) densities in diverse basins from a large monitoring program. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. DOI: 10.1139/cjfas-2015-0290.
    16. 2015. Macfarlane WW‡ , Wheaton JM, Bouwes N, Jensen M*, Hough-Snee N*, and Shivick JModeling the capacity of riverscapes to support beaver dams. Geomorphology. DOI: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2015.11.019.
    17. 2015. Hough-Snee N*, Laub B, Merritt DM, Long L, Nackley LL, Roper BB, and Wheaton JMMulti-scale environmental filters and niche partitioning govern the distributions of riparian vegetation guilds. Ecosphere. 6 (9): .  DOI: 10.1890/ES15-00064.1.
    18. 2015. Schaffrath K, Belmont P and Wheaton JM Landscape-scale geomorphic change detection: Quantifying spatially-variable uncertainty and circumventing legacy data issuesGeomorphology. 250: 334-338. DOI:  10.1016/j.geomorph.2015.09.020.
    19. 2015. Hough-Snee, N*, Kasprak A*, Rossi R*, Bouwes N, Roper BB, and Wheaton JM. Hydrogeomorphic and biotic drivers of instream wood differ across sub-basins of the Columbia River Basin, USA. River Research and Applications. 32 (6): 1302-1315. DOI: 10.1002/rra.2968.
    20. 2015. Wheaton JM, Fryirs K, Brierley G, Bangen S, Bouwes N, and O’Brien G. Geomorphic Mapping and Taxonomy of Fluvial Landforms. Geomorphology. 248: 273-295. DOI: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2015.07.010
    21. 2015. Majerova, M., Neilson, B.T., Schmadel, N.M., Wheaton, J.M., Snow, C.J. Impacts of beaver dams on hydrologic and temperature regimes in a mountain stream. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 19(8), 3541-3556.  DOI: 10.5194/hess-19-3541-2015.
    22. 2015. Passalacqua P, Belmont P, Staley D, Simley J, Arrowsmith JR, Bodee C, Crosby C, DeLongg S, Glenn N, Kelly S, Lague D, Sangireddy H, Schaffrath K, Tarboton D, Wasklewicz T, Wheaton J.  Analyzing high resolution topography for advancing the understanding of mass and energy transfer through landscapes: A review. Earth Science Reviews. 148. pp. 174-193. DOI: 10.1016/j.earscirev.2015.05.012
    23. 2015. Kasprak* A, Wheaton JM, Ashmore PE, Hensleigh JH, & Peirce S. The Relationship Between Particle Travel Distance and Channel Morphology: Results from Physical Models of Braided Rivers. JGR Earth Surface. 120: 55-74.  DOI: 10.1002/2014JF003310.
    24. Camp R* and Wheaton JM. 2014. Streamlining Field Data Collection With Mobile Apps.  EOS. 95 (49): 453-454. DOI: 10.1002/2014EO490001.
    25. Jackson, JR, Pasternack, GB and Wheaton, JM. 2014. Virtual manipulation of topography to test potential pool-riffle maintenance mechanisms. Geomorphology. DOI:10.1016/j.geomorph.2014.10.016.
    26. Hough-Snee N*, Roper BB, Wheaton JM and Lokteff RL*. 2014. Riparian Vegetation Communities of the American Pacific Northwest are Tied to Multi-Scale Environmental Filters.  River Research & Applications. DOI: 10.1002/rra.2815.
    27. Bangen SG*, Wheaton JM, Bouwes N, Jordan C, Volk C and Ward M. 2014  Crew variability in topographic surveys for monitoring wadeable streams: a case study from the Columbia River Basin. Earth Surface Processes and Land Forms. DOI: 10.1002/esp.3600
    28. Pollock, M., Beechie T , Wheaton JM, Jordan C,  Bouwes N, Weber N, and Volk C. 2014. Using Beaver Dams  to Restore Incised Stream Ecosystems. Bioscience. DOI: 10.1093/biosci/biu036.
    29. Tang C, Dong C, Crosby BT, Piechota TC, Thomas C and Wheaton JM. 2014. Is the PDO or AMO the climate driver of soil moisture in the Salmon River Basin, Idaho? Global and Planetary Change. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2014.05.008.
    30. Bangen SG*, Wheaton JM and Bouwes N. 2014. A methodological intercomparison of topographic survey techniques for characterizing wadeable streams and rivers. Geomorphology. DOI:  10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.10.010.
    31. Hough-Snee N*, Roper BB, Wheaton JM, Budy P, Lokteff RL. 2013. Riparian vegetation communities change rapidly following passive restoration at a northern Utah stream. Ecological Engineering 58: 371-377.7. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoleng.2013.07.042.
    32. Lokteff RL*, Roper B and Wheaton JM. 2013. Do beaver dams impede the movement of trout?  Transactions of American Fisheries Society. DOI: 10.1080/00028487.2013.797497.
    33. Wheaton JM, Brasington J, Darby SE, Sear DA, Vericat D., and Kasprak A*. 2013. Morphodynamic signatures of braiding mechanisms as expressed through change in sediment storage in a gravel-bed river. Journal of Geophysical Research - Earth Surface. DOI: 10.1002/jgrf.20060.
    34. Manners RB**, Schmidt J and Wheaton JM. 2013. Multi-scalar model for the determination of spatially explicit riparian vegetation roughness.  Journal of Geophysical Research - Earth Surface. 118: 1-19. DOI: 10.1029/2011JF002188.
    35. Pollock M, Wheaton JM, Bouwes N and Jordan CE. 2012. Working with Beaver to Restore Salmon Habitat in the Bridge Creek Intensively Monitored Watershed: Design Rationale and Hypotheses. NOAA Technical Memorandum, NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Seattle, WA, 108 pp. 
    36. Erwin, SO, Schmidt, JC, Wheaton, JM and Wilcock, PR. 2012. Closing a sediment budget for a reconfigured reach of the Provo River, Utah, United States. Water Resources Research. 48: WR10512. DOI: 10.1029/2011WR011035.
    37. Tang C, Crosby BT, Wheaton JM and Piechota TC. 2012. Assessing streamflow sensitivity to climate changes in the Salmon River Basin, Idaho. Global and Planetary Change. 88-89: 32-34. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2012.03.002.
    38. Wheaton JM, Garrard C, Volk C, Whitehead K and Bouwes N. 2012. A Simple, Interactive GIS Tool for Transforming Assumed Total Station Surveys to Real World Coordinates - The CHaMP Transformation Tool. Computers & Geosciences. 42: 28-36. DOI: 10.1016/j.cageo.2012.02.003.
    39. Wheaton JM, Gibbins C, Wainwright J, Larsen L and McElroy B. 2011. Preface: Multiscale Feedbacks in Ecogeomorphology☆. Geomorphology. 126(3-4): 265-268. DOI: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2011.01.002.
    40. Wheaton JM, Brasington J, Darby SE and Sear D. 2010. Accounting for Uncertainty in DEMs from Repeat Topographic Surveys: Improved Sediment Budgets. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 35 (2): 136-156. DOI: 10.1002/esp.1886
    41. Wheaton JM, Brasington J, Darby SE, Merz JE, Pasternack GB, Sear DA and Vericat D. 2010. Linking Geomorphic Changes to Salmonid Habitat at a Scale Relevant to Fish. River Research and Applications.26: 469-486. DOI: 10.1002/rra.1305.
    42. Vericat, D, Brasington, J, Wheaton, JM and Cowie, M. 2008. Accuracy Assessment of Aerial Photographs Acquired using Lighter-Than-Air Blimps: Low-Cost Tools for Monitoring Fluvial Systems. River Research and Applications. DOI: 10.1002/rra.1198.
    43. Wheaton, JM, Darby, SE and Sear, DA, 2008. The Scope of Uncertainties in River Restoration. In: S.E. Darby and D. Sear (Editors), River Restoration: Managing the Uncertainty in Restoring Physical Habitat. John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, U.K., pp. 21-39. DOI:  10.1002/9780470867082.ch3.
    44. Sear, DA, Wheaton, JM, and Darby, SE, 2008. Uncertain restoration of gravel-bed rivers and the role of geomorphology. In: H. Habersack, H. Piegay and M. Rinaldi (Editors),Gravel-Bed Rivers VI: From Process Understanding to River Restoration Elseiver, pp. 739-760. DOI: 10.1016/S0928-2025(07)11162-7.
    45. MacWilliams, ML, Wheaton, JM, Pasternack, GB, Street, RL and Kitanidis, PK.  2006. Flow convergence and routing hypothesis for pool-riffle maintenance in alluvial rivers, Water Resources Research, 42, W10427. DOI: 10.1029/2005WR004391.
    46. Pasternack, G.B., Gilbert, A.T., Wheaton, J.M. and Buckland, E.M., 2006. Error Propagation for Velocity and Shear Stress Prediction: Using 2D Models For Environmental Management. Journal of Hydrology. 328 (1-2): 227-241. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2005.12.003.
    47. Wheaton, JM, Darby, SE, Sear, DA, and Milne, JA. 2006. Does scientific conjecture accurately describe restoration practice? Insight from an International River Restoration Survey. Area. 38(2): 128-142. DOI: 10.1111/j.1475-4762.2006.00685.x.
    48. Merz, JE, Pasternack, GB, and Wheaton, JM, 2006. Sediment budget for salmonid spawning habitat rehabilitation in a regulated river. Geomorphology. 76(1-2): 207-228. DOI: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2005.11.004.
    49. Wheaton, JM, Pasternack, GB, & Merz, JE. 2004. Spawning Habitat Rehabilitation - I. Conceptual Approach and Methods, International Journal of River Basin Management, 2(1): 3-20. DOI: 10.1080/15715124.2004.9635218.
    50. Wheaton, JM, Pasternack, GB, & Merz, JE. 2004. Spawning Habitat Rehabilitation - II. Using Hypothesis Testing and Development in Design, Mokelumne River, California, U.S.A., International Journal of River Basin Management, 2(1): 21-37. DOI: 10.1080/15715124.2004.9635219.
    51. Merz JE, Setka JD, Pasternack GB and Wheaton JM. 2004. Predicting benefits of spawning-habitat rehabilitation to salmonid (Oncorhynchus spp.) fry production in a regulated California river. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 61(8): 1433-1446. DOI: 10.1139/f04-077


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    KEY:  *Wheaton Graduate Student;  **Wheaton Graduate advisee;    ‡ Wheaton Post-Doc or Research Associate

    In Press, Accepted, In Review or  In Revision

      1. In Review. Hamill D.*, Buscombe D., and Wheaton JMAlluvial substrate mapping by automated texture segmentation of recreational-grade side scan sonar imagery. Submitted to Environmental Modelling & Software.
      2. In Revision. Evans E ,  Volk CJ, Nahorniak M , Hall J, Weber N, Bouwes N, Wheaton JM,  Jordan CE,  and  Pollock M. Raising groundwater levels and increasing surface-groundwater exchange with beaver dams in an incised desert stream


      KEY: 
      Review of Revisions  
      Minor Revisions
      ♦  Major Revisions

      In Preparation

      1. In Prep. Wheaton JM, Bouwes N, DeMurichy K‡ , Jordan C, Pollock M, Volk C, Weber N, The Ecogeomorphic Response of an Incised Channel to Beaver Dams. For submission to Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 
      2. In Prep. Wheaton JM, Brierley G.  ls there an appetite for Cheap & Cheerful Recipes For Rivers? For submission to Restoration Ecology. 
      3. In Prep. Camp R*, Wheaton JM, Bennett S, and Bouwes N. Short Term Effectiveness of Cheap and Cheerful Restoration Using High Density Large Woody Debris. For submission to River Research and Applications? or Environmental Management? 
      4. In Prep. Camp R*, Wheaton JM, Bennett S, O'Brien G,and Bouwes N. Using River Styles to Prioritize HDLWD Restoration for Steelhead Habitat in a Washington Stream . For submission to Northwest Science. 
      5. In Prep. Camp R*, Wheaton JM, Bennett S, O'Brien G,and Bouwes N. Viability of a Cheap and Cheerful Restoration Monitoring Method. For submission to Environmental Management? or Similar. 
      6. In Prep.  Kasprak A*, Wheaton JM, Brasington J, and Hafen K‡ .  A simplified framework for modeling braided river morphodynamics. For submission to: Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface.
      7. In Prep. Kasrpak A*, Wheaton JM, Brasington J, and Hafen K. Role of local versus upstream sediment supply in braided gravel bed river morphodynamics. For submission to: Geology. 
      8. In Prep. Bangen S‡ Wheaton JM, Bouwes N, Fortney, S., Bailey P., and Reimer M. Mapping Instream Geomorphic Units from High-Resolution Topography. For submission to Geomorphology. 
      9. In Prep. Hafen K*, Kasprak A* and Wheaton JM. Methods for modeling morphodynamics at the event scale to increase computational efficiency. For submission to Computers and  Geosciences. 
      10. In Prep. Hensleigh J‡ Wheaton JM and others? Guidelines for Developing DEM Error Models Using Fuzzy Inference Systems. -For submission to Water Resources Research. 
      11. In Prep. Wheaton JM, Bailey PE, Hensleigh J‡ ,  Reimer M., Garrard C, Grams PE, and Schmidt J.  Geomorphic Change Detection Software. For submission to Geomorphology. 
      12. In Prep. Portugal E, Wheaton J, Bellici V, Monroe G and Bouwes N. Beaver Deterrents: A Novel Strategy to Garner the Ecogeomorphic Benefits of Beaver While Controlling Flooding. For submission to Journal of Wildlife Management. 
      13. In Prep. Portugal E‡ , Bangen SG*, Wheaton JM, Faux R and Bouwes N. The Critical Importance of Using Breaklines in Digital Elevation Models of Rivers and Streams. For submission to Geomorphology. 
      14. In Prep. Wheaton JM, Bennett SN, Bouwes N and Camp R*. Designing Cheap and Effective Stream Restoration Projects - An Example of System Wide Woody Addition Treatment. For submission to: Restoration Ecology. 
      15. In Prep. Bennett S, Wheaton JM, Lokteff R*and Roper BB. Hierarchically Related Habitat Characteristics in the Habitat Use of Three Trout Species. For submission to: Ecohydrology.  
      16. In Prep. Dittbrenner B, Hough-Snee N, et al.  Engineering streams with North American beaver (Castor canadensis): benefits, trade-offs, and concerns across the American West. For submission to Restoration Ecology.
      17. In Prep. Hough-Snee N*, MacFarlane WW, Wheaton JM, Blankenau J,  Deters H. Managing North American beaver (Castor canadensis) in urban settings: an adaptive management plan from Park City, Utah’s urban-wildland interface. For submission to Ecology & Society.
      18. In Prep. Nahorniak M, Wheaton JM, Volk C, Whitehead K, Jordan C. Operationalizing multi-dimensional hydraulic modelling of hundreds of sample reaches across the Columbia River Basin to support fish habitat assessment. For submission to Water Resources Research.  
      19. In Prep. Whitehead K, Volk C, Wheaton J, Macfarlane W, Gilbert J, O'Brien G, Fryris K, and Brierley G. Basin-scale assessment of valley bottom confinement. For submission to: Earth Surface Processes & Landforms. 
      20. In Prep. Bailey P, Reimer M, Nahorniak M, Wall E, Volk C, Wheaton J. Leveraging Cloud Computing to Operationalize Fish Habitat Assessment for a Large-Scale Stream Monitoring Program. For submission to Computers & Geosciences.
      21. In Prep. Bangen S, Bailey P, Reimer M, Bouwes N, Wheaton J.  Automating ecohydraulic fish habitat model simulation across watersheds to support lifecycle models
      22. In Prep. Wheaton J and Bouwes N.  Beaver as a Restoration Tool in North America and Europe. Invited contribution to WIREs Water.
      23. In Prep. Hough-Snee N*, Auble G, Friedman JM, Merigilano M, Scott M, Shafroth PB, Walker A, Wheaton JM.  Decoupling the effects of hydrology, climate, and disturbance on riparian vegetation: what governs community and flow-response guild distributions at landscape scales? For submission to Ecography.
      24. In Prep. Camp R*, Hough-Snee N*, Bennett S, Bouwes N and Wheaton JMCharacteristics of Benthic Winter Concealment Locations for Juvenile Steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Journal TBD
      25. In Prep. Hafen K*, Wheaton JM, Roper B. Modeling additional water storage potential in beaver ponds and adjacent valley bottom sponges across watersheds. Journal TBD.


      Selected Grey Literature Reports

      1. Shahverdian S, Macfarlane WW and Wheaton JM. 2016. MEMO: Westerly Creek Beaver Dam Capacity Assessment: Developing Realistic Expectations for Beaver Dam Activity. Prepared for Muller Engineering Company, Anabranch Solutions, Logan, UT, 24 pp. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.34120.93446
      2. Portugal, E., Wheaton, JM., Sorenson, K., Majerova, M., Hunt, B., Bouwes, N. 2015. Hardware Ranch Adaptive Beaver Management Plan. Prepared for Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. Logan, Utah. 26 Pages. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.29887.30883 
      3. Portugal E., Wheaton, JM., Bouwes, N. 2015. Spring Creek Wetland Area Adaptive Beaver Management Plan. Prepared for Walmart Stores Inc. and the City of Logan. Logan, Utah. 25 Pages. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2075.3361
      4. Portugal E, Wheaton JM and Bouwes N. 2015.Technical Report: Pine Creek Watershed Scoping Plan for Restoration: Using Beaver Dam Analogs and High-Density LWD to Initiate Process-Based Stream Recovery. Prepared for the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs. Logan UT, 52 pp. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.1607.9527
      5. O'Brien G, Wheaton JM and Bouwes N. 2015. Synthesis & Recommendations from Middle Fork John Day River Styles - Leveraging the River Styles Framework in Tributary Habitat Management for the Columbia River Basin. Fluvial Habitats Center, Utah State University, Prepared for Eco Logical Research and Bonneville Power Administration, Logan, UT, 20 pp. DOI: 10.13140/2.1.3937.3129.
      6. O'Brien G and Wheaton JM. 2015. River Styles Report for the Middle Fork John Day Watershed, Oregon. Ecogeomorphology and Topographic Analysis Lab, Utah State University, Prepared for Eco Logical Research and the Bonneville Power Administration, Logan, UT, 207 pp. DOI: 10.13140/2.1.3251.2329
      7. Wheaton JM and Macfarlane WW. 2014. The Utah Beaver Restoration Assessment Tool: A Decision Support & Planning Tool – Manager Brief, Ecogeomorphology and Topographic Analysis Lab, Utah State University, Prepared for Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Logan, UT, 16 pp. 
      8. Macfarlane WW, Wheaton JM, and Jensen ML. 2014. The Beaver Restoration Assessment Tool: A Decision Support & Planning Tool for Utah. Ecogeomorphology and Topographic Analysis Lab, Utah State University, Prepared for Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Logan, Utah, 142 pp.
      9. Wheaton JM. 2013. Scoping Study and Recommendations for an Adaptive Beaver Management Plan. Prepared for Park City  Municipal Corporation. Logan, Utah, 30 pp.  DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.903648.
      10. MacFarlane WW and Wheaton JM. 2013. Modeling the Capacity of Riverscapes to Support Dam-Building Beaver - Case Study: Escalante River Watershed, Final Report Prepared for Grand Canyon Trust and the Walton Family Foundation, Logan, UT, 79 pp. 
      11. CHaMP (Columbia Habitat Monitoring Program)♠. 2012. Scientific protocol for salmonid habitat surveys within the Columbia Habitat Monitoring Program, Prepared by the Integrated Status and Effectiveness Monitoring Program and published by Terraqua, Inc., Wauconda, WA, 188 pp. 
      12. Ward MB, Nelle P and Walker SM (Eds)♠. 2011. CHaMP: 2011 Pilot Year Lessons Learned Project Synthesis Report. Bonneville Power Administration: Portland, OR, 95 pp.
      13. Wheaton J, Bennett S, Bouwes N, and Camp R. 2012. Asotin Creek Intensively Monitored Watershed: Restoration Plan for North Fork Asotin, South Fork Asotin and Charlie Creeks, Eco Logical Research, Inc., Prepared for Snake River Salmon Recovery Board. Logan, UT, 125 pp. 
      14. Leary RJ, Hensleigh JW, Wheaton JM , and DeMeurichy KD. 2012. Recommended Geomorphic Change Detection Procedures for Repeat TLS Surveys from Hells Canyon, Idaho. Ecogeomorphology and Topographic Analysis Lab, Utah State University, Prepared for Idaho Power Company, Logan, Utah, 144 pp.
      15. Bangen SG* and Wheaton JM. 2012. CHaMP Crew Variability: Influence on Topographic Surfaces & Derived Metrics, Report to Eco Logical Research, Inc. and the Columbia Habitat Monitoring Program, Logan, Utah, 79 pp. 
      16. Scott ML, Perkins DL and Wheaton J. 2012. Final Report: Big River Protocol Development – A Prototype Warranty Project, USGS, Fort Colins, CO, 198 pp. 
      17. Manners RB**, Schmidt JC, Grams P, Ralston B, Davis P and Wheaton J. 2012. Predicting and detecting changes to riparian vegetation communities along the large rivers of the Colorado Plateau as a result of climate change, Final Report Prepared for Grand Canyon Research and Monitoring Center, Flagstaff, Arizona by Utah State University Geomorphology Lab, Logan, UT, 55 pp. 
      18. DeMeurichy K, Wheaton J, Welsh S* and Consolati F*. 2011. Bridge Creek IMW Topographic and Aerial Photography Surveys: 2010-2011 Deliverables. Ecogeomorphology and Topographic Analysis Lab, Utah State University, Prepared for Eco Logical Research and NOAA, Logan, Utah, 59 pp. 
      19. Pollock M, Wheaton JM, Bouwes N and Jordan CE. 2011. Working with Beaver to Restore Salmon Habitat in the Bridge Creek Intensively Monitored Watershed: Design Rationale and Hypotheses, Interim Report, NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Seattle, WA, 63 pp. 
      20. Kilham N, Schmidt JC and Wheaton JM. 2011. Analysis of Historical Longitudinal Profiles of the Colorado River Downstream From Glen Canyon Dam, 1965-2009: Draft Final Report, Intermountain Center for River Restoration and Rehabilitation, Logan, Utah. 
      21. Lokteff RL*, DeMeurichy KD, and Wheaton JM. 2011. High Resolution Mapping of Instream Habitat: Pilot Study using Ground-based LiDaR in Logan River Watershed. Ecogeomorphology and Topographic Analysis Lab, Utah State University, Prepared for US Forest Service, Logan, Utah, 28 pp.
      22. Bangen S*, Wheaton JM and DeMeurichy KD. 2011. Methodological Intercomparison of Topographic & Aerial Photographic Habitat Survey Techniques.  Ecogeomorphology and Topographic Analysis Lab, Utah State University, Prepared for Eco Logical Research and NOAA, Logan, Utah, 33 pp.
      23. Gee JHR, Keirle I, Wheaton JM and Wootton RJ. 2007. A Monitoring Strategy for the Afon Teifi Restoration Project. CCW Contract Science Report No: 773, Countryside Council for Wales, Bangor, 45 pp.  
      24. Wheaton JM. 2002. Physical Habitats of Salmonids in a Glacial Watershed, Copper River, AlaskaRoy Shlemon Course in Applied Watershed Science,University of California at Davis, Davis, CA, 22 pp. 
      25. Koenig M, Jeffres C and Wheaton JM. 2002. Fishes of the Copper River Watershed: Results of Sampling, June 28 to July 8, 2002Roy Shlemon Course in Applied Watershed Science, University of California at Davis, Davis, CA . 
      26. Wheaton, JM, and Pasternack, GB. (2002). The Integrated Design Approach to Designing In-Stream Spawning Habitat Enhancement Projects: A Case Study on the Mokelumne River (Draft Final Report Presented to East Bay Municipal Utility District). University of California at Davis Watershed Hydrology & Geomorphology Laboratory, Davis, CA, pp. 111. 

      ♠ Wheaton contributing author. 


      Selected Presentations and Posters

      1. 2017. Invited Webinar. Maestas J & Wheaton JM. Partnering with Beaver to Benefit Sage Grouse and Working Lands: Restoring Emerald Islands in the Sagebrush Sea. ASWM's Hot Topics Webinar Series. Association of State Wetland Managers. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.36163.71207
      2. 2017. Invited Talk. Wheaton JM.  Beaver Dam Analogues & Other Riparian & Wet Meadow Restoration Techniques. UPCD-WRI Regional Partnership Workshop, Richfield, UT. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.30780.44163
      3. 2017. Invited Webinar. Wheaton JM and Zollitsch B. BRAT (Beaver Restoration Assessment Tool) for Planning & Prioritizing Watershed Restoration. BLM. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.10896.81922. See here for video. 
      4. 2017. Invited TalkWheaton JM, Hafen K & Bouwes N.  Could beaver compete with declining snowpacks? 2017 American Water Resources Association Meeting, Snowbird, UT.
      5. 2017. Invited Keynote. Wheaton JM. The Role of Beaver in Promoting Better Health for Streams. Bridgerland Audubon Society. Logan, UT. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.36677.04328
      6. 2017. Invited Webinar. Wheaton JM and Maestas J. Cheap and Cheerful Stream and Riparian Restoration: Beaver Dam Analogues as a Low-cost Tool. NRCS Science and Technology Webinar Series. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.36295.70563
      7. 2017. Invited Keynote. Wheaton JM. What is a river's health? What role do restoration treatments play in improving or sustaining good health? Upper Midwest Stream Restoration Symposium.  La Crosse, WI. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.15857.48486 · 
      8. 2016. Invited Seminar: Wheaton JM. Mapping & Modelling Riverscapes to Transcend Scales, Disciplines and Management. Quinney College of Natural Resouces Fall Seminar Series, Utah State University. Logan, UT. 
      9. 2016. Invited Talk: Wheaton JM. Modeling the Capacity of Riverscapes to Support Beaver Dams. Binghampton Geomorphology Symposium, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.
      10. 2016. Invited Seminar: Wheaton JM. Fluvial Taxonomy - Who Cares?Departmental Seminar – Unverstiat de Lleida – Department of Environment and Soil Sciences, Lledia, Catalunya, Spain.
      11. 2016. Invited Talk: Wheaton JM. Errors & Uncertainty: How can we incorporate or estimate errors and uncertainties in our measurements of connectivity? ConnectEUR WG2 Think Tank Meeting, Vienna, Austria.
      12. 2016. Invited Keynote Talk: Wheaton JM. Upscaling Ecohydraulic Models to Inform Population Modelling: Lessons from the Columbia River Basin. 2016 Ecohydraulics Symposium, Melbourne, Australia.
      13. 2015. Invited Webinar: Wheaton JM. Using Beaver as a Wetland Restoration Tool:  Restoration Lessons Learned and an Introduction to the Beaver Restoration Assessment Tool (BRAT). Association of State Wetland Managers Webinar. 
      14. 2015. Invited Talk: Wheaton JM. Leave it to Beaver: Lessons from Nature’s Engineers. Science Unwrapped, Swanner Eco Center. Park City, UT. 
      15. 2015. Invited Talk: Wheaton JM. Leave it to Beaver: Lessons from Nature’s Engineers. Science Unwrapped, Utah State University. Logan, UT. 
      16. 2015.  Invited Talk: Wheaton JM. How do you account for fish habitat with a total station? 2015 CHaMP Camp. Cove, OR.
      17. 2015.  Invited Talk: Wheaton JM. The Many Hats of Beaver: Ecosystem Engineer, Geologic Agent & Restoration Practitioner. Utah Geological Association Monthly Luncheon, Salt Lake City, Utah.
      18. 2015. Invited Talk: Wheaton JM. Optimizing the use of beaver in restoration and water quality improvement. Stream Restoration Planning Committee. Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. Salt Lake City, UT. 
      19. 2014. Invited Keynote Talk: Wheaton JM. Trends and Challenges in Geomorphic Change Detection. Australia and New Zealand Geomorphology Group Annual Conference. Queensland, Australia. 
      20. 2014. Invited Webinar: Wheaton JM. What Role Might Beaver Play in Restoring The West? Utah State Forestry Extension Webinar. 
      21. 2014. Invited Talk: Wheaton JM. Integrated Geomorphic Assessment and Life Cycle Modelling. Upper Columbia River Watersheds Technical Review Team, Levenworth, Washington.
      22. 2014.  Invited Talk: Wheaton JM. Departmental Seminar – Unverstiat de Lleida – Department of Environment and Soil Sciences, Lledia, Catalunya, Spain.
      23. 2014.  Invited Talk: Wheaton JM. How do you account for fish habitat with a total station? 2014 CHaMP Camp. Cove, OR.
      24. 2014.  Invited Talk: Wheaton JM. What can a Rodent Teach us About Restoring Streams? Departmental Seminar – Boise State University Department of Geosciences. Boise, ID.
      25. 2014.  Invited Talk: Wheaton JM. Addressing Key Management Questions - Planning, Prioritization and Implementation. CHaMP & ISEMP State of the Science Workshop: Bonneville Power Administration. Portland, OR.
      26. 2013.  Invited Talk: Wheaton JM. Harnessing DEMs for Quantifying Fish Habitat. CHaMP 2013 Post Season Workshop. Boise, ID.
      27. 2013.  Invited Talk: Wheaton JM. Derivation of Geomorphic Units from Topography. Fall Meeting AGU. EOS Transactions, San Francisco, CA.
      28. Invited Webinar: Wheaton JM. 2013.  Geomorphic Change Detection: Harnessing Repeat Topographic Surveys. CUAHSI Cybersminar Series on Multidisciplinary Approaches to Investigating River Processes.
      29. Invited Talk: Wheaton JM. 2013.  Beaver: Restoration liaison between riparian and upland systems.  Restoring the West Conference, Logan, Utah.  See here for Video.
      30. Invited WebinarWheaton JM.  2013. Cheap and Cheerful Stream & Riparian Restoration- With Beaver? Webinar to National Riparian Service Team
      31. Invited Talk: Wheaton JM.  2013. Conservation & Restoration Opportunities Through Partnering With Beaver. Presentation to Utah Division of Wildlife Resources: Salt Lake City, UT. 
      32. Invited Talk:  Wheaton JM. 2013. Beaver - Nuisance or Restoration Partner, Presentation to Swanner Ecocenter: Park City, UT.
      33. Invited Talk:  Wheaton JM. 2013. Partnering With Beaver In Restoration, Presentation to Beaver & Wetlands Workshop: Santa Fe, NM.
      34. Invited Talk:  Wheaton JM. 2013. Cheap and Cheerful Stream Restoration & Monitoring - The Example of Partnering With Beaver In Riparian Restoration, Presentation to Utah Riparian Team: Salt Lake City, UT.
      35. Invited Seminar: Wheaton JM. 2013. Recent Developments in Geomorphic Change Detection, University of Oregon, 1st Annual American Society of Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing Lecture: Eugene, OR. 
      36. Invited Talk:  Wheaton J and Snyder N. 2013. What do fish care about hydrogeomorphology? – A Survey of the Latest Techniques at a Full Range of Spatial Scales, Diadromous Species Restoration Research Network 2013 Science Meeting: Orono, Maine. 
      37. Wheaton, JM, Bennett, S., Bouwes, N. and Camp, R., 2012. Cheap and Cheerful Stream Restoration ? An Example of System Wide Woody Addition Treatment, Fall Meeting AGU. EOS Transactions, San Francisco, CA.
      38. Invited Seminar: Wheaton JM. 2012 . Cheap and Cheerful Stream Restoration and Monitoring, University of Montana Department of Geosciences Colloquium. Missoula, Montana.
      39. Invited Talk: Wheaton, J., Consolati, F., Bouwes, N., Pollock, M., Jordan, C. and Volk, C., 2012. Can beaver aggrade streams to the point of floodplain reconnection and recovery?, Society of Wetland Scientists Pacific Northwest Chapter 2012 Regional Conference, Boise, ID.
      40. Talk:  Wheaton JM, Consolati F, Bouwes N, Pollock M, Jordan C and Volk C. 2012. Can beaver aggrade streams to the point of floodplain reconnection and recovery?, Canadian Geophysical UnionBanff, Canada.
      41. Invited Lecture/Workshop: Wheaton JM and Pasternack G. 2012. Near Census Assessment of Fluvial Form, Process, Change and Associated Ecosystem Services., 2012 Annual Lecture Series - US Bureau of Reclamation Sedimentation & River Hydraulics GroupDenver, CO.
      42. Invited Talk: Wheaton JM and Bangen SG*. 2011. Crew Variability in Topographic Data. Columbia Habitat Monitoring Program Post Pilot Season Workshop. NOAA: Portland, OR.
      43. Invited Talk: Wheaton JM, Bangen SG*, and Portugal E. 2011. Topographic Survey Comparisons. Columbia Habitat Monitoring Program Post Pilot Season Workshop. NOAA: Portland, OR.
      44. Paper: Vericat, D, Brasington, J, Wheaton, JM, Williams, R and Rychkov, I, 2012. Monitoring Channel Change in Gravel Bed Rivers: Hyperscale Surface Modelling by Means of Terrestrial Laser Scanning, XII Reunión Nacional de Geomorfología Santander, Espana, pp. 465-469.
      45. Talk: Bouwes N, Wheaton JM, Weber N, Polino M, Bennett S, Camp R and Jordan C. 2011. Hierarchical Assessments of Fish and Their Habitat. American Fisheries Society 141st Annual Meeting: Seattle, WA, 119-16. 
      46. Poster: Wheaton JM, Welsh S*, Bouwes N, Pollock M. 2010. Beaver Dam Failure and Abandonment: Complexity Lost? Gravel Bed Rivers VII. Tadoussac, Quebec, Canada.
      47. Poster: Wheaton JM, Tonina D, McKean J and Garrard C. 2009. Implications of geomorphic change on salmonid habitat using a narrow beam terrestrial-aquatic LiDaR & DEM Uncertainty Accounting, EOS Transactions. American Geophysical Union: San Francisco, CA, Abstract EP23A-0625.
      48. Invited Talk: Wheaton, JM.  2009. Coming to Grips With Uncertainty in Restoration Science and Practice, USU Spring Runoff Conference. Logan, UT.
      49. Presentation: Wheaton JM, Brasington J, Darby SE, Sear D and Vericat D. 2008. Beyond the gross reach-scale sediment budget – using repeat topographic surveys for mechanistic geomorphic interpretation, British Society for Geomorphology Annual Meeting, Exeter, UK. 
      50. Talk: Wheaton, JM, Vericat D, Brasington J, Darby S, Sear D, Pasternack GB. 2008. Linking Morphological Sediment Budgeting to Salmonid Ecohydraulics, BHS Meeting: Ecohydraulics at Scales Relevant to Organisms, Loughborough. 
      51. Poster: Wheaton JM. 2008. Do Geomorphic Dynamics Matter to Fish?, MYRES 2008: Dynamic Interactions of Life and its Landscape. New Orleans.
      52. Invited Presentation: Brasington J, Vericat D, Wheaton JM and Hodge R. 2008. Reach-scale retrieval of alluvial bed roughness, Geophysical Research Abstracts: EGU General Assembly. European Geophysical Union: Vienna, Austria, pp. EGU2008-A-01295.
      53. Wheaton JM, Brasington J, Brewer PA, Darby SE, Pasternack GB, Sear D, Vericat D, and Williams RD. 2007. Improved Fluvial Geomorphic Interpretation from DEM Differencing. Eos Trans. AGU. 88(52): Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H43E-1672.
      54. Brasington J, Wheaton JM, Vericat D, and Hodge R. 2007. Modelling Braided River Morphodynamics With Terrestrial Laser Scanning. Eos Trans. AGU. 88(52): Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H51L-02.
      55. Brewer PA et al. 2007. Suspended and bedload dynamics in a tidally influenced river: the river Dyfi, Wales, UK. Eos Trans. AGU. 88(52): Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H51l-0895.
      56. Wheaton JM, Brasington J and Williams RD. 2004. Modelling Fluvial Sediment Budgets Under Uncertainty. Eos Trans. AGU. 85(47): Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract H53C-1264.
      57. Brasington J, Wheaton JM and Williams RD. 2004. Sub-Reach Scale Morphological Interpretations from DEM Differencing: Accounting for DEM Uncertainty. Eos Trans. AGU. 85(47): Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract H43A-0352.
      58. Presentation and Paper: Wheaton, J.M., Pasternack, G.B. and Merz, J.E., 2004. Use of habitat heterogeneity in salmonid spawning habitat rehabilitation design. In: D. Garcia and P.V. Martinez (Editors), Fifth International Symposium on Ecohydraulics: Aquatic Habitats: Analysis and Restoration. IAHR-AIRH, Madrid, Spain, pp. 791-796.
      59. Presentation: Wheaton JM, Sear D and Darby SE. 2004. Uncertain Notions of `Natural' Targets in River Restoration. Joint International Geomorphology Conference: Abstract Volume. British Geomorphological Research Group: Glasgow, UK.
      60. Poster: Wheaton, J.M., Sear, D.A. and Darby, S.E., 2004. Preliminary Results of an International River Restoration Survey, River Restoration Centre Annual Network Conference, Durham, UK.
      61. Presentation: Wheaton, J.M., Pasternack, G.B. and Merz, J.E., 2003. Salmonid Spawning Habitat Rehabilitation in Regulated Rivers, The Restoration Toolbox: Joint Regional Conference of Society for Ecological Restoration and Society of Wetland Scientists, Portland, OR.
      62. Poster: Wheaton, J.M., Pasternack, G.B. and Merz, J.E., 2002. The Use of Spatial Complexity in a Spawning Gravel Rehabilitation Project, Eos Trans. AGU Fall Meeting Supplement, San Francisco, CA, pp. Abstract H72B-0855.
      63. Poster: Wheaton, J.M., Pasternack, G.B. and Merz, J.E., 2002. Integrated Approach to Designing Salmon Spawning Gravel Habitat Enhancement Alternatives, Salmon Restoration Federation Annual Conference, Ukiah, California.
      64. Poster: Wheaton, J. M., Pasternack, G. B., and Merz, J. E. "Integrating Empirical Geomorphology, CAD and 2-D Hydraulic Models as Design Tools for Salmonid Spawning Gravel Rehabilitation Projects", Eos Trans. AGU Fall Meeting Supplement, (2001), pp. Abstract H52B-0399.
      65. Invited Presentation: Wheaton, J.M., Pasternack, G.B. and Merz, J.E., 2001. Utilizing 2-D Hydrodynamic Models as Design Tools for Salmonid Spawning Gravel Enhancement Projects, U.C. Davis Extension- Instream Habitat Improvement for Regulated Rivers Course, Davis, California. 

      Presentations and Posters by ET-AL

      Not Updated Since 2012
      1. Poster:  Czarnomski, N., Wheaton, J., Grams, P.E., Hazel, J.E., Kaplinski, M. and Schmidt, J., 2012. Framework for Assessing Dynamism and Persistence of Eddy-Sandbar Complexes in the Grand Canyon, AGU Fall Meeting 2012. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.
      2. Poster:  Erwin, S.O., Wilcock, P.R. and Wheaton, J.M., 2012. A probabilistic framework for estimating changes in storage from repeat DEMs, Fall Meeting AGU. EOS Transactions, San Francisco, CA.
      3. Poster:  Kasprak, A.*, Wheaton, J.M., Bouwes, N., Weber, N., Trahan, N. and Jordan, C., 2012. Toward a Rapid Synthesis of Field and Desktop Data for Classifying Streams in the Pacific Northwest: Guiding the Sampling and Management of Salmonid Streams, AGU Fall Meeting 2012. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.
      4. Poster:  Macfarlane, W.W., Wheaton, J.M., O'Brien, M. and Christensen, J., 2012. Modeling the Capacity of Riverscapes to Support Dam-Building Beaver, AGU Fall Meeting 2012. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.
      5. Poster: Kasprak A* and Wheaton J. 2011. Morphodynamic Modeling of Gravel Bed Rivers: a Step-Length Based Approach, AGU Fall Meeting 2011. American Geophysical Union: San Francisco, CA. EP23C-0778.
      6. Poster: Bangen SG*, Wheaton J and Bouwes N. 2011. A Methodological Intercomparison of Topographic and Aerial Photographic Habitat Survey Techniques, AGU Fall Meeting 2011. American Geophysical Union: San Francisco, CA, pp. EP41A-0573.
      7. Poster: Czarnomski N, Wheaton J, Grams PE, Hazel JE, Kaplinski M and Schmidt J. 2011. Untangling Geomorphic Processes in the Grand Canyon with Topographic Time Series from Hybrid Surveys, AGU Fall Meeting 2011. American Geophysical Union: San Francisco, CA, pp. H51I-1322.
      8. Talk: Manners RB**, Schmidt J and Wheaton J. 2011. Hydraulic and Vegetative Models of Historic Environmental Conditions Isolate the Role of Riparian Vegetation in Inducing Channel Change, AGU Fall Meeting 2011. American Geophysical Union: San Francisco, CA, pp. H54E-05.
      9. Poster: Portugal E, Bangen SG* and Wheaton J. 2011. The Relative Importance of Inserting TIN Topographic Breaklines in DEM Creation, AGU Fall Meeting 2011. American Geophysical Union: San Francisco, CA, pp. H51I-1312.
      10. Talk: Lokteff R*, Roper BB and Wheaton JM. 2011. Ground Based Lidar and PIT Tags: Does High Resolution Data Improve Our Understanding of a Fish's Utilization of Habitat?  American Fisheries Society 141st Annual Meeting: Seattle, WA.  Abstract: 119-14.
      11. Poster: Lokteff R*, Wheaton JM and Roper BB. 2011. Spatial Distribution and Species Segregation of Bonneville Cutthroat Trout, Brown Trout, and Brook Trout. American Fisheries Society 141st Annual Meeting: Seattle, WA, Abstract: P-96. - Winner of Best Student Poster Award.
      12. Poster: Bangen SG*, Wheaton JM and Bouwes N. 2011. A Methodological Intercomparison of Topographic and Aerial Photographic Habitat Survey Techniques. American Fisheries Society 141st Annual Meeting: Seattle, WA, P-158.
      13. Poster: Wall EC**, Bouwes N, Bennett S, Wheaton J and Camp R. 2011. Giving Fish More Energy without Giving Them More Food: Can Streambed Topography Influence a Fish's Net Rate of Energy Intake? American Fisheries Society 141st Annual Meeting: Seattle, WA, P-154.
      14. Poster: Manners, R**, Wheaton JM, Schmidt, JA. 2010. The Geomorphic Effectiveness of Tamarisk: When in the life history of an invasive species does it begin to induce deposition? Summer Institute on Earth-surface Dynamics: St. Anthony Falls, MN.
      15. Poster: Erwin, SO**, Schmidt, JA., Wilcock, PR, Wheaton JM,2009. Investigation of Bar Formation on a Reconfigured Gravel Bed River. EOS Transactions. American Geophysical Union: San Francisco, CA, Abstract EP33A-0610.
      16. Vericat D, Brasington J, Wheaton JM and Rychov I. 2008. Determinación de la rugosidad de lechos de grava mediante láser terrestre de alta resolución. In: Benavente J and Gracia FJ (Eds), Trabajos de Geomorfología en España. Martínez Encuadernaciones A.G., S.L.: Cádiz, pp. 167-170.
      17. Vericat D, Brasington J, Wheaton JM and Hodge R. 2007. Reach-Scale Retrieval of Alluvial Bed Roughness. Eos Trans. AGU. 88(52): Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H51E-0799.

      KEY:  *Wheaton Graduate Student;  **Wheaton Graduate advisee;    ‡ Wheaton Post-Doc or ET-AL Research Associate



      Theses

      See here for my former Graduate Student Theses & Dissertations