Patrick Belmont
Patrick Belmont
E-mail megerősítve itt: usu.edu
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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
2342015
Large shift in source of fine sediment in the Upper Mississippi River
P Belmont, KB Gran, SP Schottler, PR Wilcock, SS Day, C Jennings, ...
Environmental science & technology 45 (20), 8804-8810, 2011
1962011
Twentieth century agricultural drainage creates more erosive rivers
SP Schottler, J Ulrich, P Belmont, R Moore, JW Lauer, DR Engstrom, ...
Hydrological processes 28 (4), 1951-1961, 2014
1692014
Automatic geomorphic feature extraction from lidar in flat and engineered landscapes
P Passalacqua, P Belmont, E Foufoula‐Georgiou
Water Resources Research 48 (3), 2012
1042012
Landscape evolution, valley excavation, and terrace development following abrupt postglacial base-level fall
KB Gran, N Finnegan, AL Johnson, P Belmont, C Wittkop, T Rittenour
Bulletin 125 (11-12), 1851-1864, 2013
862013
Geomorphic evolution of the Le Sueur River, Minnesota, USA, and implications for current sediment loading
KB Gran, P Belmont, SS Day, C Jennings, A Johnson, L Perg, PR Wilcock
Management and restoration of fluvial systems with broad historical changes …, 2009
862009
Modeling the impact of land use changes on runoff and sediment yield in the Le Sueur watershed, Minnesota using GeoWEPP
FK Maalim, AM Melesse, P Belmont, KB Gran
Catena 107, 35-45, 2013
832013
Measuring bluff erosion part 2: pairing aerial photographs and terrestrial laser scanning to create a watershed scale sediment budget
SS Day, KB Gran, P Belmont, T Wawrzyniec
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 38 (10), 1068-1082, 2013
802013
Floodplain width adjustments in response to rapid base level fall and knickpoint migration
P Belmont
Geomorphology 128 (1-2), 92-102, 2011
772011
Measuring bluff erosion part 1: terrestrial laser scanning methods for change detection
SS Day, KB Gran, P Belmont, T Wawrzyniec
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 38 (10), 1055-1067, 2013
762013
Toward generalizable sediment fingerprinting with tracers that are conservative and nonconservative over sediment routing timescales
P Belmont, JK Willenbring, SP Schottler, J Marquard, K Kumarasamy, ...
Journal of soils and sediments 14 (8), 1479-1492, 2014
722014
Cosmogenic 10Be as a tracer for hillslope and channel sediment dynamics in the Clearwater River, western Washington State
P Belmont, FJ Pazzaglia, JC Gosse
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 264 (1-2), 123-135, 2007
702007
Closing the gap between watershed modeling, sediment budgeting, and stream restoration
S Smith, P Belmont, PR Wilcock
Geophysical Monograph Series 194, 293, 2011
632011
TerEx Toolbox for semi‐automated selection of fluvial terrace and floodplain features from lidar
JC Stout, P Belmont
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39 (5), 569-580, 2014
582014
Human amplified changes in precipitation–runoff patterns in large river basins of the Midwestern United States
SA Kelly, Z Takbiri, P Belmont, E Foufoula-Georgiou
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21 (10), 5065-5088, 2017
542017
A numerical model to develop long-term sediment budgets using isotopic sediment fingerprints
E Viparelli, JW Lauer, P Belmont, G Parker
Computers & geosciences 53, 114-122, 2013
522013
Identifying sediment sources and sinks in the Root River, Southeastern Minnesota
JC Stout, P Belmont, SP Schottler, JK Willenbring
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104 (1), 20-39, 2014
422014
Landscape-scale geomorphic change detection: Quantifying spatially variable uncertainty and circumventing legacy data issues
KR Schaffrath, P Belmont, JM Wheaton
Geomorphology 250, 334-348, 2015
412015
Landscape evolution in south-central Minnesota and the role of geomorphic history on modern erosional processes
KB Gran, P Belmont, SS Day, N Finnegan, C Jennings, JW Lauer, ...
GSA Today 21 (9), 7-9, 2011
392011
Revisiting scaling laws in river basins: New considerations across hillslope and fluvial regimes
C Gangodagamage, P Belmont, E Foufoula‐Georgiou
Water Resources Research 47 (7), 2011
352011
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