Noah P. Snyder
Noah P. Snyder
Associate Professor, Boston College
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Tectonics from topography: Procedures, promise, and pitfalls
C Wobus, KX Whipple, E Kirby, N Snyder, J Johnson, K Spyropolou, ...
Landscape response to tectonic forcing: Digital elevation model analysis of stream profiles in the Mendocino triple junction region, northern California
NP Snyder, KX Whipple, GE Tucker, DJ Merritts
Geological Society of America Bulletin 112 (8), 1250-1263, 2000
Channel response to tectonic forcing: field analysis of stream morphology and hydrology in the Mendocino triple junction region, northern California
NP Snyder, KX Whipple, GE Tucker, DJ Merritts
Geomorphology 53 (1-2), 97-127, 2003
Importance of a stochastic distribution of floods and erosion thresholds in the bedrock river incision problem
NP Snyder, KX Whipple, GE Tucker, DJ Merritts
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B2), 2003
Rates and processes of bedrock incision by the Upper Ukak River since the 1912 Novarupta ash flow in the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, Alaska
KX Whipple, NP Snyder, K Dollenmayer
Geology 28 (9), 835-838, 2000
Rates and processes of channel response to dam removal with a sand‐filled impoundment
AJ Pearson, NP Snyder, MJ Collins
Water Resources Research 47 (8), 2011
Estimating accumulation rates and physical properties of sediment behind a dam: Englebright Lake, Yuba River, northern California
NP Snyder, DM Rubin, CN Alpers, JR Childs, JA Curtis, LE Flint, ...
Water Resources Research 40 (11), 2004
Increased Frequency of Low‐Magnitude Floods in New England1
WH Armstrong, MJ Collins, NP Snyder
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 48 (2), 306-320, 2012
A resilience approach can improve anadromous fish restoration
J Waldman, KA Wilson, M Mather, NP Snyder
Fisheries 41 (3), 116-126, 2016
A Lidar‐derived evaluation of watershed‐scale large woody debris sources and recruitment mechanisms: Coastal Maine, USA
A Kasprak, FJ Magilligan, KH Nislow, NP Snyder
River Research and Applications 28 (9), 1462-1476, 2012
Interactions between onshore bedrock‐channel incision and nearshore wave‐base erosion forced by eustasy and tectonics
NP Snyder, KX Whipple, GE Tucker, DJ Merritts
Basin Research 14 (2), 105-127, 2002
Hydroclimatic flood trends in the northeastern United States and linkages with large-scale atmospheric circulation patterns
WH Armstrong, MJ Collins, NP Snyder
Hydrological Sciences Journal 59 (9), 1636-1655, 2014
Bedload entrainment in low-gradient paraglacial coastal rivers of Maine, USA: Implications for habitat restoration
NP Snyder, MR Castele, JR Wright
Geomorphology 103 (3), 430-446, 2009
Bathymetric and geophysical surveys of Englebright Lake, Yuba-Nevada Counties, California
JR Childs, NP Snyder, MA Hampton
Open-File Report, 2003
Channel response to sediment release: Insights from a paired analysis of dam removal
MJ Collins, NP Snyder, G Boardman, WSL Banks, M Andrews, ME Baker, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (11), 1636-1651, 2017
Dynamic adjustments in channel width in response to a forced diversion: Gower Gulch, Death Valley National Park, California
NP Snyder, LL Kammer
Geology 36 (2), 187-190, 2008
Reconstructing depositional processes and history from reservoir stratigraphy: Englebright Lake, Yuba River, northern California
NP Snyder, SA Wright, CN Alpers, LE Flint, CW Holmes, DM Rubin
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 111 (F4), 2006
Predicting grain size in gravel-bedded rivers using digital elevation models: Application to three Maine watersheds
NP Snyder, AO Nesheim, BC Wilkins, DA Edmonds
Bulletin 125 (1-2), 148-163, 2013
Studying stream morphology with airborne laser elevation data
NP Snyder
Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 90 (6), 45-46, 2009
Geomorphic comparison of two Atlantic coastal rivers: toward an understanding of physical controls on Atlantic salmon habitat
BC Wilkins, NP Snyder
River Research and Applications 27 (2), 135-156, 2011
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