The ET-AL's Alan Kasprak, Becca Rossi, Nick Bouwes, Joe Wheaton and the USFS's Brett Roper and I (Nate Hough-Snee) recently had our paper on models of instream wood in the interior Columbia River Basin, "Hydrogeomorphic and Biotic Drivers of Instream Wood Differ Across Sub-basins of the Columbia River Basin, USA," published in River Research Applications. This paper explores how climate and hydrologic and ecological settings differ between CHaMP sub-basins and how these settings correspond to different wood loads.
Check the paper summary out at the Perceptible Changes blog.
Check the full manuscript out at RRA
For individuals lacking institutional access, the PDF is available via ResearchGate or as a PeerJ PrePrint
Originally posted Sep 15, 2015, 11:23 AM by Nate Hough-Snee