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Damming the prairie: human alteration of Great Plains river regimes

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Costigan, K.H., and M.D. Daniels. 2012. Journal of Hydrology 444–445:90–99.

Reply to Bunte et al. (2011) “Discussion of Daniels and McCusker (2010): operator bias characterizing stream substrates using Wolman pebble counts with a standard measurement template.” Geomorphology 115, 194–198

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Daniels, M.D., and M.H. McCusker. 2011. Geomorphology 134:501–502.

Spatial pattern, density, and characteristics of large wood in Connecticut streams: implications for stream restoration priorities in southern New England

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Costigan, K.H., and M.D. Daniels. 2012. River Research and Applications 29(2):161–171.

The river discontinuum: beavers (Castor canadensis) and baseline conditions for restoration of forested headwaters

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Burchsted, D., M.D. Daniels, R.M. Thorson, and J.C. Vokoun. 2010. Bioscience, 60(11): 908–921.

Restoring the river discontinuum: looking at the example of beaver dams

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Burchsted, D., M.D. Daniels, and R.M. Thorson. 2010. Pages 1797–1806 in R.N. Palmer (editor). Proceedings of the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2010, Providence, Rhode Island.

Redefining the dam removal paradigm in formerly glaciated forested headwater systems

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Daniels, M.D., D. Burchsted, J. MacBroom, L. Wildman, S. Harold, M. Carabetta, P. Woodworth, and G. Boardman. 2010. Pages 1750–1758 in R.N. Palmer (editor). Proceedings of the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2010, Providence, Rhode Island.

Methods for evaluating the geomorphological performance of naturalized rivers: examples from the Chicago metropolitan area

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Rhoads, B.L., M.H. Garcia, J. Rodriguez, F. Bombardelli, J. Abad, and M. Daniels. 2008. Pages 209–228 in D. Sears and S. Darby (editors). River restoration: managing the uncertainty in restoring physical habitat. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, United Kingdom.

Perceptions of wood in rivers and challenges for stream restoration in the United States

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Chin, A., M.D. Daniels, M. Urban, H. Piegay, K.J. Gregory, S.V. Gregory, E. Wohl, L. Laurencio, W. Bigler, K. Boyer, J. Grable, and M. LaFrenz. 2008. Environmental Management 41(6):893–903.