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USGS: Support in Geographic and Geomorphic Information Analysis for the Colorado River in Grand Canyon

Project Type: 
Sponsored Research
Project Sponsor:  USGS Grand Canyon Monitoring Research Center
Project Location: Grand Canyon, AZ
Status:   Completed

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Presentations from this Project

  • 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.

Publications from this Project

  • 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. 

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