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  • Journal

    Brown, R. A. and Pasternack, G. B.

    Hydrologic and topographic variability modulate channel change in mountain rivers

    2014 - Journal of Hydrology

    In-text: (Brown and Pasternack 551-564)

    Your Bibliography: Brown, Rocko A., and Gregory B. Pasternack. "Hydrologic And Topographic Variability Modulate Channel Change In Mountain Rivers." Journal of Hydrology 510 (2014): 551-564. Web.

  • Journal

    Milan, D. J.

    Sediment routing hypothesis for pool-riffle maintenance

    2013 - Earth Surf. Process. Landforms

    In-text: (Milan 1623-1641)

    Your Bibliography: Milan, David J. "Sediment Routing Hypothesis For Pool-Riffle Maintenance." Earth Surf. Process. Landforms 38.14 (2013): 1623-1641. Web.

  • Journal

    Wilkinson, S. N., Keller, R. J. and Rutherfurd, I. D.

    Phase-shifts in shear stress as an explanation for the maintenance of pool–riffle sequences

    2004 - Earth Surf. Process. Landforms

    In-text: (Wilkinson, Keller and Rutherfurd 737-753)

    Your Bibliography: Wilkinson, Scott N., Robert J. Keller, and Ian D. Rutherfurd. "Phase-Shifts In Shear Stress As An Explanation For The Maintenance Of Pool–Riffle Sequences." Earth Surf. Process. Landforms 29.6 (2004): 737-753. Web.

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