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Fluvial Geomorphology

Influence of experimental removal of large woody debris on spatial patterns of three-dimensional flow in a low-energy meander bend: a LWD removal experiment

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Daniels, M.D., and B.L. Rhoads. 2007. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 32(3):460–474.

Exploring the links between geomorphology and ecology

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Urban, M.A., and M.D. Daniels. 2006. Geomorphology 77(3–4): 203–206.

Grain-size sorting in meander bends containing large woody debris

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Daniels, M.D. 2006. Physical Geography 24(7):348–362.

Effect of large woody debris configuration on spatial patterns of three-dimensional flow in two low-energy meander bends at varying stages

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Daniels, M.D., and B.L. Rhoads. 2004. Water Resources Research 40(11):W11302.

Spatial patterns of turbulence kinetic energy and shear stress in a meander bend with large woody debris

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Daniels, M.D., and B.L. Rhoads. 2004. In S. Bennett and A. Simon (editors). Riparian vegetation and fluvial geomorphology. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C.

Integrating science and technology to support stream naturalization near Chicago, Illinois

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Wade, R.J., B.L. Rhoads, J. Rodriguez, M.D. Daniels, D. Wilson, E.E. Herricks, F. Bombardelli, M. Garcia, and J. Schwartz. 2002. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 38(4):931–944.

The New York Project

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In 2000 Stroud Water Research Center was awarded a grant to conduct a six-year study to monitor and evaluate water quality and sources of pollution in the streams, rivers, and reservoirs that provide New York City’s drinking water.