Crew Variability Paper Published in ESPL

posted Jun 13, 2014, 1:16 PM by Sara Bangen
Sara Bangen, Joe Wheaton, Nick Bouwes, and others just published a paper examining the role of observer variability in ground-based topographic surveys of wadeable streams in Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (ESPL).  The paper used total station survey data from the Columbia Habitat Monitoring Program's (CHaMP) 2011 pilot field season crew variability study where 7 crews surveyed the same 6 reaches in the Upper Grande Ronde River Basin, Oregon.    
  • Bangen S, Wheaton JM, Bouwes N, Jordan C, Volk C, Ward M. 2014. Crew variability in topographic surveys for monitoring wadeable streams: a case study from the Columbia River Basin. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. DOI: 10.1002/esp.3600