College of Forestry

Watershed Processes Group

Geomorphology Round Table Seminar Series

Geomorphology Brown Bag - Spring 2002
Friday 12-1PM in ALS 3006
Sediment Yield

"reaching a crescendo of geomorphic enthusiasm"

We will devote spring quarter to reading papers that discuss sediment yield (of any type, over any scale, in any place). The group discussion will then focus on the meaning, usefullness and significance of these measurements over varying temporal and spatial scales. This leaves a wide open door for choice of papers.

Copies of the papers will be available at the seminar, or in Wilkinson (WLKN) 208 or in Forestry Sciences Lab (FSL) 287. Some papers may be available as pdf and will be posted below.

Presenter: Gordon Grant

Grant, G.E. and Wolff, A.L., 1991. Long-term patterns of sediment transport after timber harvest, Western Cascade Mountains, Oregon, USA. Sediment and Stream Water Quality in a Changing Environment: Trends and Explanation, IAHS Publication No. 203 p31-40.

Presenter: Stephen Lancaster

Burbank D., Meigs, A. and Brozovic N., 1996. Interactions of growing folds and coeval depositional systems, Basin Research 8: 199-223.

Presenter: Jay Noller

Clapp, E.M., Bierman, P.R., Schick, A.P., Lekach, J., Enzel, Yehouda, and Caffee, M. 2000. Sediment yield exceeds sediment production in arid region drainage basins. Geology 28:995-998.

Presenter: Michelle Punke

Kelsey, H.M., Witter, R.C. and Hemphill-Haley, E. 2002. Plate-boundary earthquakes and tsunamis of the past 5500 yr, Sixes River estuary, southern Oregon. GSA Bulletin 114: 298-314.

Presenter: Rose Wallick & Greg Stewart

Archeology and Human impact: Hooke, R.L., 2000. On the history of humans as geomorphic agents. Geology 28: 843-846.

Presenter: NO MEETING

Cordilleran Section GSA - on campus & Field trips

Presenter: Jen Natoli

Pitlick, J., 1981, Sediment routing in tributaries of the Redwood Creek Basin, Northwestern Califoria: in Geomorphic processes and aquatic habitiat in the Redwood Creek Basin, Northwestern, California, 1995, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1454, Washington, United States Government Printing Office, p. K1-K10.

Presenter: Jamie Carter

Whipple, K.X., Kirby, E and Brocklehurst, S.H., 1999. Geomorphic limits to climate-induced increases in topographic relief. Nature 401: 39-43.

Presenter: Nick Watterson

Ward, P.D., Montgomery, D.R. and Smith, R., 2000. Altered River Morphology in South Africa Related to the Permian-Triassic Extinction. Science 289: 1740-1743

Presenter: Michelle Arsenault

Hovius, Stark, and Allen. 1997. Sediment Flux from a Mountain Belt Derived by Landslide Mapping. Geology, v. 25, no. 3, p. 231-234