Brian Bledsoe
Brian Bledsoe
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Georgia
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The ecological limits of hydrologic alteration (ELOHA): a new framework for developing regional environmental flow standards
NL Poff, BD Richter, AH Arthington, SE Bunn, RJ Naiman, E Kendy, ...
Freshwater Biology 55 (1), 147-170, 2010
12972010
River restoration
E Wohl, PL Angermeier, B Bledsoe, GM Kondolf, L MacDonnell, ...
Water Resources Research 41 (10), 2005
5802005
Hydrologic variation with land use across the contiguous United States: geomorphic and ecological consequences for stream ecosystems
NLR Poff, BP Bledsoe, CO Cuhaciyan
Geomorphology 79 (3-4), 264-285, 2006
3602006
EFFECTS OF URBANIZATION ON CHANNEL INSTABILITY1
BP Bledsoe, CC Watson
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 37 (2), 255-270, 2001
2912001
Stream restoration strategies for reducing river nitrogen loads
LS Craig, MA Palmer, DC Richardson, S Filoso, ES Bernhardt, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6 (10), 529-538, 2008
2682008
Placing global stream flow variability in geographic and geomorphic contexts
NLR Poff, JD Olden, DM Pepin, BP Bledsoe
River Research and Applications 22 (2), 149-166, 2006
1832006
The natural sediment regime in rivers: broadening the foundation for ecosystem management
E Wohl, BP Bledsoe, RB Jacobson, NLR Poff, SL Rathburn, DM Walters, ...
BioScience 65 (4), 358-371, 2015
1792015
Are best-management-practice criteria really environmentally friendly?
LA Roesner, BP Bledsoe, RW Brashear
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 127 (3), 150-154, 2001
1792001
Predicting streamflow regime metrics for ungauged streamsin Colorado, Washington, and Oregon
SC Sanborn, BP Bledsoe
Journal of Hydrology 325 (1-4), 241-261, 2006
1432006
Logistic analysis of channel pattern thresholds: meandering, braiding, and incising
BP Bledsoe, CC Watson
Geomorphology 38 (3-4), 281-300, 2001
1162001
Developing linkages between species traits and multiscaled environmental variation to explore vulnerability of stream benthic communities to climate change
NLR Poff, MI Pyne, BP Bledsoe, CC Cuhaciyan, DM Carlisle
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29 (4), 1441-1458, 2010
1002010
Vegetation along hydrologic and edaphic gradients in a North Carolina coastal plain creek bottom and implications for restoration
BP Bledsoe, TH Shear
Wetlands 20 (1), 126-147, 2000
1002000
WIDTH OF STREAMS AND RIVERS IN RESPONSE TO VEGETATION, BANK MATERIAL, AND OTHER FACTORS1
RJ Anderson, BP Bledsoe, WC Hession
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 40 (5), 1159-1172, 2004
962004
Predicting channel patterns
J Lewin, PA Brewer
Geomorphology 40 (3-4), 329-339, 2001
962001
How do flow peaks and durations change in suburbanizing semi-arid watersheds? A southern California case study
RJ Hawley, BP Bledsoe
Journal of Hydrology 405 (1-2), 69-82, 2011
852011
Stream erosion potential and stormwater management strategies
BP Bledsoe
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 128 (6), 451-455, 2002
842002
Downstream effects of diversion dams on sediment and hydraulic conditions of Rocky Mountain streams
DW Baker, BP Bledsoe, CM Albano, NL Poff
River research and applications 27 (3), 388-401, 2011
782011
Management of large wood in streams: an overview and proposed framework for hazard evaluation
E Wohl, BP Bledsoe, KD Fausch, N Kramer, KR Bestgen, MN Gooseff
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 52 (2), 315-335, 2016
662016
Channel Evolution Model of Semiarid Stream Response to Urban‐Induced Hydromodification1
RJ Hawley, BP Bledsoe, ED Stein, BE Haines
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 48 (4), 722-744, 2012
592012
Velocity prediction in high-gradient channels
SE Yochum, BP Bledsoe, GCL David, E Wohl
Journal of Hydrology 424, 84-98, 2012
572012
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