Sediment & Erosion
Goode, J.R., C. H. Luce, and J.M. Buffington, (in review), Enhanced sediment delivery to large basins in a changing climate: Implications for water resource management and aquatic habitat in semi-arid basins influenced by wildfire, submitted to Geomorphology.
Goode, J.R., E.E. Wohl and R. M. Reich (in review), Substrate influences on the size and spatial patterns of stream potholes: a field example, Submitted to Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface.
Wohl, E., S. Bolton, D. Cadol, F. Comiti, J. R. Goode, and L. Mao, (accepted), A two end-member model of wood dynamics in headwater neotropical rivers, Journal of Hydrology.
Goode, Jaime R.; Wohl, Ellen. 2010. Substrate controls on the longitudinal profile of bedrock channels: Implications for reach-scale roughness. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface. 115: F03018. doi:10.1029/2008JF001188.
Goode, J.R. and E.E. Wohl. 2010. Coarse sediment transport in a bedrock channel with complex bed topography, Water Resources Research 46, W11524, doi:10.1029/2009WR008135.
Wohl, E., F. Ogden, J. Goode (2009), Episodic wood loading in a mountainous neotropical watershed, Geomorphology 111(3-4), 149-159.
Cadol, D., E.E. Wohl, J.R. Goode, K.L. Jaeger (2009), Wood distribution in forested headwater streams of La Selva, Costa Rica, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 34, 1198-1215.
Wohl, E.E. and J.R. Goode (2008), Wood dynamics in headwater streams in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, Water Resources Research 44, W09429, doi:10.1029/2007WR006522.
Goode, J.R. and E.E. Wohl (2007), Relationships between land-use and forced-pool characteristics in the Colorado Front Range, Geomorphology 83, 249-265.
- Controls on erosional processes in bedrock streams; interactions among hydraulics, sediment transport and substrate characteristics; sediment transport dynamics and hydraulics within stream potholes
- Geomorphic effects of large wood in different climatic regions; dynamics of large wood in mountain streams; sediment retention behind large wood
- Synthesizing sediment sources and yields within the Lower Snake River watershed from different management perspectives (e.g., reservoir operation and aquatic habitat) in the context of climate change
- Investigating how climate-driven changes in streamflow will alter scour depths and channel morphology in different hydroclimatic settings and the consequences for different salmonid species.