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Geologic Publications for Mount Rainier and Vicinity

Geologic Publications for Mount Rainier and Vicinity

The goal of this page is to have an easy-to-use, online, accessible, and searchable archive of geologic research related to Mount Rainier and the surrounding area. This list is constantly being updated as I am finding more and more articles and documents about Mount Rainier. If you find something interesting, please send it to me! (scott_beason *at* nps.gov). If you find mistakes, please let me know too.

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11 publications shown below:

# TITLE AND AUTHORS PUBLICATION INFO YEAR PDF
2018
1
Engineered log jams: Recent developments in their design and placement, with examples from the Pacific Northwest, U.S.A.
T.B. Abbe, M. Hrachovec, S. Winter

Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences
2018 Click for the PDF of this report
2017
2
Convex valley cross-sections of Mount Rainier rivers and the role of forests and logjams as limitations to channel migration
T.B. Abbe, M. Ericsson, P.M. Kennard, S.R. Beason, C.F. Rapp, G. Jackson

Presentation #50-10 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
2011
3
Landscape response to climate change and its role in infrastructure protection and management at Mount Rainier National Park
S.R. Beason, P.M. Kennard, T.B. Abbe, L.C. Walkup

Feature Article - National Park Service - Park Science
Volume: 28, Number: 2
2011 Click for the PDF of this report
4
The floodplain large-wood cycle hypothesis: A mechanism for the physical and biotic structuring of temperate forested alluvial valleys in the North Pacific coastal ecoregion
B.D. Collins, D.R. Montgomery, K.L. Fetherston, T.B. Abbe

Geomorphology
Volume: 139-140
2011 You must be logged in to view this PDF
5
The role of riparian forests in river avulsion and floodplain disequilibrium in aggrading pro-glacial rivers: A newly recognized model in fluvial geomorphology
P.M. Kennard, T.B. Abbe, M. Ericsson, J. Bjork, S.R. Beason

Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 43, Number: 5
2011 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
2010
6
Rivers gone wild: Mountain river response to a warming climate in the Pacific Northwest
T.B. Abbe, S.R. Beason, P.M. Kennard, J. Park

Freshwater
Volume: 2, Number: 2
2010 Click for the PDF of this report
2008
7
Alluvial landscape response to climate change in glacial rivers and the implications to river restoration
T.B. Abbe, S.R. Beason, P.M. Kennard, J. Park

River Restoration Northwest Annual Symposium
2008 You must be logged in to view this PDF
2003
8
A framework for delineating channel migration zones
C.F. Rapp, T.B. Abbe

Publication #03-06-027 - Washington State Department of Ecology
2003 Click for the PDF of this report
9
Geomorphic effects of wood in rivers
D.R. Montgomery, B.D. Collins, J.M. Buffington, T.B. Abbe

American Fisheries Society Symposium
Volume: 37
2003 You must be logged in to view this PDF
10
Patterns and processes of wood debris accumulation in the Queets river basin, Washington
T.B. Abbe, D.R. Montgomery

Geomorphology
Volume: 51
2003 You must be logged in to view this PDF
2000
11
Patterns, mechanics and geomorphic effects of wood debris accumulations in a forest river system
T.B. Abbe

Ph.D Thesis - University of Washington
2000 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report