Joe Wheaton
Joe Wheaton
Professor of Riverscapes, Utah State University
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Accounting for uncertainty in DEMs from repeat topographic surveys: improved sediment budgets
JM Wheaton, J Brasington, SE Darby, DA Sear
Earth surface processes and landforms: the journal of the British …, 2010
Using beaver dams to restore incised stream ecosystems
MM Pollock, TJ Beechie, JM Wheaton, CE Jordan, N Bouwes, N Weber, ...
BioScience 64 (4), 279-290, 2014
Analyzing high resolution topography for advancing the understanding of mass and energy transfer through landscapes: A review
P Passalacqua, P Belmont, DM Staley, JD Simley, JR Arrowsmith, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 148, 174-193, 2015
Ecosystem experiment reveals benefits of natural and simulated beaver dams to a threatened population of steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
N Bouwes, N Weber, CE Jordan, WC Saunders, IA Tattam, C Volk, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 28581, 2016
Geomorphic mapping and taxonomy of fluvial landforms
JM Wheaton, KA Fryirs, G Brierley, SG Bangen, N Bouwes, G O'Brien
Geomorphology 248, 273-295, 2015
Spawning habitat rehabilitation‐I. Conceptual approach and methods
JM Wheaton, GB Pasternack, JE Merz
International journal of river basin management 2 (1), 3-20, 2004
Flow convergence routing hypothesis for pool‐riffle maintenance in alluvial rivers
ML MacWilliams Jr, JM Wheaton, GB Pasternack, RL Street, PK Kitanidis
Water Resources Research 42 (10), 2006
Morphodynamic signatures of braiding mechanisms as expressed through change in sediment storage in a gravel‐bed river
JM Wheaton, J Brasington, SE Darby, A Kasprak, D Sear, D Vericat
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 118 (2), 759-779, 2013
Linking geomorphic changes to salmonid habitat at a scale relevant to fish
JM Wheaton, J Brasington, SE Darby, J Merz, GB Pasternack, D Sear, ...
River research and applications 26 (4), 469-486, 2010
A methodological intercomparison of topographic survey techniques for characterizing wadeable streams and rivers
SG Bangen, JM Wheaton, N Bouwes, B Bouwes, C Jordan
Geomorphology 206, 343-361, 2014
Modeling the capacity of riverscapes to support beaver dams
WW Macfarlane, JM Wheaton, N Bouwes, ML Jensen, JT Gilbert, ...
Geomorphology 277, 72-99, 2017
Predicting benefits of spawning-habitat rehabilitation to salmonid (Oncorhynchus spp.) fry production in a regulated California river
JE Merz, JD Setka, GB Pasternack, JM Wheaton
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61 (8), 1433-1446, 2004
Alteration of stream temperature by natural and artificial beaver dams
N Weber, N Bouwes, MM Pollock, C Volk, JM Wheaton, G Wathen, J Wirtz, ...
PloS one 12 (5), e0176313, 2017
Spawning habitat rehabilitation‐II. Using hypothesis development and testing in design, Mokelumne river, California, USA
JM Wheaton, GB Pasternack, JE Merz
International Journal of River Basin Management 2 (1), 21-37, 2004
An approach for measuring confinement and assessing the influence of valley setting on river forms and processes
KA Fryirs, JM Wheaton, GJ Brierley
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 41 (5), 701-710, 2016
Impacts of beaver dams on hydrologic and temperature regimes in a mountain stream
M Majerova, BT Neilson, NM Schmadel, JM Wheaton, CJ Snow
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 19 (8), 3541-3556, 2015
Accuracy assessment of aerial photographs acquired using lighter‐than‐air blimps: low‐cost tools for mapping river corridors
D Vericat, J Brasington, J Wheaton, M Cowie
River Research and Applications 25 (8), 985-1000, 2009
Sediment budget for salmonid spawning habitat rehabilitation in a regulated river
JE Merz, GB Pasternack, JM Wheaton
Geomorphology 76 (1-2), 207-228, 2006
Error propagation for velocity and shear stress prediction using 2D models for environmental management
GB Pasternack, AT Gilbert, JM Wheaton, EM Buckland
Journal of hydrology 328 (1-2), 227-241, 2006
Uncertainity in morphological sediment budgeting of rivers
JM Wheaton
University of Southampton, 2008
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