J. Wesley Lauer
J. Wesley Lauer
Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Seattle University
E-mail megerősítve itt: seattleu.edu
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A new framework for modeling the migration of meandering rivers
G Parker, Y Shimizu, GV Wilkerson, EC Eke, JD Abad, JW Lauer, C Paola, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 36 (1), 70-86, 2011
2722011
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
1982011
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
1722014
Net local removal of floodplain sediment by river meander migration
JW Lauer, G Parker
Geomorphology 96 (1-2), 123-149, 2008
1542008
Spatial and temporal dynamics of sediment accumulation and exchange along Strickland River floodplains (Papua New Guinea) over decadal‐to‐centennial timescales
R Aalto, JW Lauer, WE Dietrich
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 113 (F1), 2008
1222008
Modeling framework for sediment deposition, storage, and evacuation in the floodplain of a meandering river: Theory
JW Lauer, G Parker
Water Resources Research 44 (4), 2008
822008
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
532013
Unravelling the conundrum of river response to rising sea‐level from laboratory to field. Part I: Laboratory experiments
G Parker, T Muto, Y Akamatsu, WE Dietrich, JW Lauer
Sedimentology 55 (6), 1643-1655, 2008
532008
Sediment load and floodplain deposition rates: Comparison of the Fly and Strickland rivers, Papua New Guinea
KM Swanson, E Watson, R Aalto, JW Lauer, MT Bera, A Marshall, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 113 (F1), 2008
492008
Modeling framework for sediment deposition, storage, and evacuation in the floodplain of a meandering river: Application to the Clark Fork River, Montana
JW Lauer, G Parker
Water Resources Research 44 (8), 2008
402008
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
Steady state reach‐scale theory for radioactive tracer concentration in a simple channel/floodplain system
JW Lauer, J Willenbring
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 115 (F4), 2010
392010
An integrated sediment budget for the Le Sueur River Basin
K Gran, P Belmont, S Day, C Jennings, JW Lauer, E Viparelli, P Wilcock, ...
MPCA Report wq-iw7-29o, 2011
302011
Air-photo based change in channel width in the Minnesota River basin: Modes of adjustment and implications for sediment budget
JW Lauer, C Echterling, C Lenhart, P Belmont, R Rausch
Geomorphology 297, 170-184, 2017
282017
Morphodynamics and sediment tracers in 1-D (MAST-1D): 1-D sediment transport that includes exchange with an off-channel sediment reservoir
JW Lauer, E Viparelli, H Piégay
Advances in Water Resources 93, 135-149, 2016
272016
Response of the Strickland and Fly River confluence to postglacial sea level rise
JW Lauer, G Parker, WE Dietrich
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 113 (F1), 2008
262008
Critical Uncertainties and gaps in the environmental-and social-impact assessment of the proposed interoceanic canal through Nicaragua
JA Huete-Pérez, M Ortega-Hegg, GR Urquhart, AP Covich, K Vammen, ...
BioScience 66 (8), 632-645, 2016
132016
Modeling channel-floodplain co-evolution in sand-bed streams
JW Lauer, G Parker
Critical transitions in water and environmental resources management, 1-10, 2004
122004
Agent-based visualization: A simulation tool for the analysis of river morphosedimentary adjustments
A Grignard, G Fantino, JW Lauer, A Verpeaux, A Drogoul
International Workshop on Multi-Agent Systems and Agent-Based Simulation …, 2015
62015
The Importance of Off‐Channel Sediment Storage in 1‐D Morphodynamic Modelling
JW Lauer
Gravel‐Bed Rivers: Processes, Tools, Environments, 123-134, 2012
62012
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