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Legleiter, C. J., & B. T. Overstreet (2013). “Retrieving river attributes from remotely sensed data: An experimental evaluation based on field spectroscopy at the Outdoor Stream Lab.” River Research and Applications, (Online).

Kang, S., & F. Sotiropoulos  (2012). “Numerical modeling of 3D turbulent free surface flow in natural waterways.” Advances in Water Resources, 40, 23–36.

Kang, S., & F. Sotiropoulos (2012). “Assessing the predictive capabilities of isotropic, eddy viscosity Reynolds-averaged turbulence models in a natural-like meandering channel.” Water Resources Research, 48(6), W06505.

Nowinski, J. D., M. B. Cardenas, A. F. Lightbody, T. E. Swanson, & A. H. Sawyer (2012). “Hydraulic and thermal response of groundwater-surface water exchange to flooding in an experimental aquifer.” Journal of Hydrology, 472-473(2012), 184–192.

Kang, S., A. F. Lightbody, C. Hill & F. Sotiropoulos (2011). “High-resolution numerical simulation of turbulence in natural waterways.” Advances in Water Resources, 34, 98-113.

Kang, S. & F. Sotiropoulos (2011) Flow phenomena and mechanisms in a field-scale experimental meandering channel with a pool-riffle sequence: Insights gained via numerical simulation. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface, 116.

Nowinski, J. D., M. B. Cardenas & A. F. Lightbody (2011). “Evolution of hydraulic conductivity in the floodplain of a meandering river due to hyporheic transport of fine materials.” Geophysical Research Letters, 38.

Merten, E. C., W. D. Hintz, A. F. Lightbody & T. Wellnitz (2010). “Macroinvertebrate grazers, current velocity, and bedload transport rate influence periphytic accrual in a field-scale experimental stream.” Hydrobiologia, 652, 179-184.

Merten, E. C., J. Loomis, A. Lightbody & D. J. Dieterman (2010). “Effects of Six-Hour Suspended Sediment Treatments on White Sucker (Catostomus commersoni) and Smallmouth Bass (Micropterus dolomieu) in an Artificial Stream.” Journal of Freshwater Ecology, 25, 539-548.

Rominger, J. T., A. F. Lightbody & H. M. Nepf (2010). “Effects of Added Vegetation on Sand Bar Stability and Stream Hydrodynamics.” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-ASCE, 136, 994-1002

Wilcock, P. R., Orr, C. H., and Marr, J. D. (2008). “The need for full-scale experiments in river science.” Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 89(1), 6–6.

Simulation-Based Approach for Stream Restoration Structure Design: Model Development and Validation

Hydrodynamics and sediment transport in a meandering channel with a model axial-flow hydrokinetic turbine

Measurement and Modeling of Denitrification in Sand-Bed Streams under Various Land Uses

A generalized log law formulation for a wide range of boundary roughness typically encountered in natural streams

 

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Experimental studies and practical challenges in fluvial geomorphology

 

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