Dr. Darrell Fontane

Emeritus Professor

 

Dr. Darrell G. Fontane was a Professor, Associate Department Head and Director of the International School for Water Resources in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at Colorado State University. His areas of teaching and research are water resources decision support systems, computer aided water management, integrated reservoir water quantity and quality management, and Internet-based education and training.

As Director of the International School for Water Resources, he is responsible for organizing and administering special, non-degree training for international engineers in various aspects of water resources engineering. Dr. Fontane has personally conducted water resources training in more than twelve countries. He has served as principal or co-principal investigator for research projects funded by various organizations the World Bank, U.S. Agency for International Development, U.S. National Park Service, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Department of Energy–Western Area Power Administration, U.S. Geological Survey, and the Korea Center for Water Resources and Quality Management. Dr. Fontane has served as a Visiting Associate Professor at the Center for Water Resources and Quality Management, Korea, 1991, a Visiting Research Engineer at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station, 1992, and a Visiting Professor at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2001-02. He has served as a technical consultant to the Korea Water Resources Corporation, the World Bank, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2003-Course Co-coordinator and presenter in the World Bank Web-based Short Course on Water Resources Management. Prior to coming to Colorado State University, he served as Supervisory Research Hydraulic Engineer, Acting Chief of the Reservoir Water Quality Branch of the Hydraulics Laboratory, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, Mississippi, 1972-78.

Research Interests

  • Water resources systems simulation
  • Optimization modeling
  • Expert systems

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Education

  • B.S. 1968, Louisiana State University – Civil Engineering
  • M.S. 1970, Georgie Institute of Technology – Civil Engineering
  • Ph.D. 1982, Colorado State University – Civil Engineering/Hydraulics

Dr. Deanna Durnford

Emeritus Professor

 

Dr. Deanna DurnfordDeanna Durnford was a Professor in the Civil Engineering Department at Colorado State University, where she had been on the faculty since 1985. Her primary research interests include the flow of immiscible organics in porous media, flow and transport processes in the vadose zone and the hydraulic connection between groundwater and surface water. Her work includes study of the hyporheic zone below streambeds and the influence of hydrologic processes on these ecosystems.

Dr. Durnford’s research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the USDA, DOE and the U.S. Air Force, among others. She has served on the National Academy of Sciences Committee for the Technical Assessment of Environmental Programs at Los Alamos National Laboratories. She is a Professional Engineer in the State of Colorado and teaches graduate level courses in groundwater hydrology and hydraulics, vadose zone hydrology and groundwater contaminant transport processes. She has served as graduate committee chair for 15 PhD students and over 20 M.S. students. Dr. Durnford is also the Site Coordinator for the Louis Stokes Colorado Alliance for Minority Participation.

Research Interests

  • Groundwater contamination
  • Conjunctive use of groundwater and surface water
  • Vadose (unsaturated) Zone Hydrology

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Education

  • B.S. 1971, University of Wisconsin – Mathematics
  • M.S. 1976, Colorado State University – Civil Engineering/Structures
  • Ph.D. 1982, Colorado State University – Civil Engineering/Hydraulics

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Dr. Marvin Criswell

Emeritus Professor

 

Dr. Marvin CriswellDr. Marvin E. Criswell is currently Professor of Civil Engineering and Associate Department Head in Department of Civil Engineering at Colorado State University. He served as Assistant Dean for Accreditation and Assessment, College of Engineering, from July 2005 to June 2008. He joined CSU as an Assistant Professor in January 1970, becoming Associate Professor in July 1975 and Professor in July 1984. He has served as the Assistant or Associate Department Head since July 1989. He also has served as the CSU component of the NASA Colorado Space Grant Consortium Program as Director (1999-2001), Co-Director (1997-1999). He received a B.S. Civil Engineering degree from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln and M.S. and Ph. D. degrees in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Colorado.
Prior to joining Colorado State Univeristy in 1970, he conducted structual research at Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, Ms, with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Before that he was a University Fellowship recipient and research assistant at the University of Illinois; a structural designer with Clark and Enerson, Olson, Burroughs and Thomsen, Linoln, NE; and as a drafter with the Nebraska Highway Department, Bridge Division. He was a visiting scholar at the Univ. of California, Berkley, 1977-78. He was one of four founding principals of Engineering Data Management, Inc., a Fort Collins, CO consulting firm specializing in wood and utility line structures (now EDM International) and was associated with EDM from 1982-1985.
Dr. Criswell’s teaching and research have been in structural behavior and design, structural analysis, structural mechanics, and construction materials, with emphasis on timber systems, reinforced concrete slab systems, fiber reinforced concrete materials and their structural applications, structural safety and design code development, wood utility structures, and manufactured homes. From 1988 through 2002, he has directed several projects on inflatable habitat structures for lunar or martian base and with planning for the infrastructure, support systems and operation of such a base. In 2001 he organized and hosted a NASA -sponsored workshop on planetary protection issues associated with a human mission to mars. He has authored or co-authored over 50 journal and proceedings publications, has over 80 presentations at professional meetings and has directed and/or taught in several short courses. He is active in several national-level technical committees of American Concrete Institute and American Society of Civil Engineers and his past service to American Society of Civil Engineers has included being chair of the Civil Engineering Division, Chair of the Rocky Mountain Section and the Society’s national Board of Directors. He has been a program evaluation of civil engineering programs for ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) since 1983.

Research Interests

  • Structural behavior and design
  • Solid mechanics
  • Construction materials
  • Building design codes

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Education

  • B.S. 1965, University of Nebraska – Civil Engineering
  • M.S. 1966, University of Nebraska – Civil Engineering
  • Ph.D. 1970, University of Illinois – Civil Engineering

Dr. Wayne Charlie

Emeritus Professor

Prior to joining Colorado State University in 1976, Dr. Charlie was an Instructor of Civil Engineering at Michigan State University and an Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Maine at Orono. Since joining Colorado State University in 1976, he has been a Fulbright Professor at the University of Khartoum and a Visiting Professor of Civil Engineering at Cornell University and at the University of Auckland (New Zealand). He has been Project Director for research on Explosive and Earthquake Induced Soil Liquefaction, Mine Tailings, Expansive Soils, Frozen Soils, and Organic Soils. He introduced sophisticated computer data acquisistion devices for recording laboratory and field transient behavior of soils and under impact of explosives.

Professor Charlie has also worked for various government agencies and private geotechnical engineering firms including the Bureau of Reclamation, the U.S. Peace Corps, the Agency for International Development, and the U.S. Air Force, and D’Appolonia Consulting Engineering. He has served as a geotechnical consultant to over 20 organizations located in Alaska, California, Montana, Utah, Wyoming, Maine, Michigan, Colorado, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Wisconsin, Washington D.C., South Pacific, Europe, Africa, Canada, Asia and the Caribean. Topics included earthquake and blast induced soil liquefaction, industrial wastes, tailings, expansive soils, organic soils, frozen soils, and blast damage.

Research Interests

  • Geotechnical engineering
  • Soil dynamics
  • Earthquake engineering
  • Explosives engineering
  • Foundations

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Education

  • Ph.D. 1975, Michigan State University – Civil Engineering
  • M.S. 1972, Michigan State University – Civil Engineering
  • B.A. 1971, Michigan State University – Social Science
  • B.S. 1971, Michigan State University – Civil Engineering

Nicole Ellison

Teaching Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Nicole EllisonDr. Nicole Ellison’s primary focus is teaching undergraduate students. She teaches and has taught courses in Civil Engineering Materials, Computer Aided Design, Mechanics of Materials and Engineering Practice. Prior to coming to CSU, Dr. Ellison taught part-time at both Colorado School of Mines and University of Colorado, Denver. She joins CSU as a Teaching Assistant Professor from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, where she served as the Lead Facility Structural Engineer. Nicole is a licensed engineer in the State of Colorado and has been the author of numerous publications and presentations. Her experience includes over 20 years in structural and forensic engineering where she worked on a wide range of both commercial and residential structures including including the Downtown Denver Four Seasons, the Fort Collins Police Station and The Devil’s Thumb Ranch Resort and Spa.

Research Interests

  • Structural Engineering
  • Forensic Engineering

Contact Information

Office Location: Engineering A205D
Phone: (970) 491-2667
Fax: (970) 491-7727
nicole.ellison@colostate.edu

Education

  • B.S.C.E 1995, Florida State University
  • M.S.C.E.2015, University of Colorado, Denver
  • Ph.D. 2017, University of Colorado, Denver

Dr. Robert Ettema

Honors and Awards

Dr. Robert Ettema

Publications

Journal Articles Top
125 Vandermause, R, Harvey, M., Zevenbergen, L. and Ettema, R. “River-Ice Effects on Bank Erosion along the Middle Reach of the Susitna River, Alaska”. Journal of Cold Regions Science and Technology , in press. 2020
124 Ettema, R., Thornton, C., Hogan T. and Julien, P. (in press). “Applied Research Can Enhance Hydraulic Engineering Education.” ASCE Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, in press. 2020
123 Ettema, R., AuBuchon, J., Holst, N., Varyu, D., Baird, D., Padilla, R., Posner, A. and Thornton, C. (2020). “Large-Flume Tests on Flow Dislodgment of Rocks Forming Bendway Weirs.” ASCE Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)HY.1943-7900.0001702. 2020
122 Osada, K., Ettema, R., Shimizu, Y. and Wakai, A. (Online 2019, In paper 2020). “Effect of chemico-osmosis on solute transport in clay barriers.” ASCE Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , Vol. 34, No. 1. 2020
121 Solan, B., Ettema, R., Ryan, D. and Hamill, G. (2020). “Scour Concerns at Short-Span Masonry Arch Bridges.” ASCE Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Vol. 146, No. 2. 2020
120 von Bock und Polach, R.U.F., Ettema, R., Grahler, S. and Kellner, L., Stender, M. (2019). “The Non-linear Behavior of Aqueous Model Ice in Downward Flexure.” Journal of Cold Regions Science and Technology , Vol 165, No. 1. 2019
119 Ettema, R., Cassidy, J.J., Hay, D., Ryan, P., Odgaard, A.J., Findikakis, A., Alsaffar, A. and Weber, L. (2019).“Challenges in Design: Rex A. Elder and the Advance of Hydraulic Engineering.” Forum Article, ASCE Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Vol. 145, No. 10. 2019
118 Ettema, R., Baker, J.L., Howlett, G. and Hudson, B. (2019). “Ice-Floe Impact with a Rubble-Mound Causeway at the Port of Nome, Alaska.” Journal of Cold Regions Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 33, No. 2. 2019
117 Ettema, R. and Armstrong, D. (2019). “Bed-Sediment Transport and Channel Morphology along a Braided Channel: Insights from a Large Flume.” Journal of Hydraulic Research IAHR, Read this online 2019
116 Ettema, R. Discussion of “Self-similarity and Reynolds Number Invariance in Froude modelling,” by Heller, V., (2018). Journal of Hydraulic Research, IAHR, Vol 56, No. 2. 2018
115 Zey,S., Nowroozpour, A., Lachhab, A., Martinez, E. and Ettema, R. (2018). “Wall-Porosity Effects on Sediment Deposition and Scour at a Deflector-Wall in an Alluvial Channel.” ASCE Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , Vol 144, No. 3, 06018002. 2018
114 Ettema, R. (2018), Review of Book Hydraulicians of the USA: 1800-2000,” by Hager, W.H., , Vol. 144, No. 1, 07517002. 2019
113 Idil-Bektur, P.and Ettema, R. (2017), “Large-Flume Observations of Scour at Bridge Abutments with Weak, Compacted-Soil Embankments.” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 134, No.11. 2017
112 Ettema, R. and Fukuoka, S. (2017), “Tatsuaki Nakato: A Bridge between Hydraulics in the United States and Japan.” Forum Article, Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 143, No. 9. 2017
111 Ettema, R., Constantinescu, G. and Melville, B.W. (2017), “Flow-Field Complexity and Design Estimation of Pier-Scour Depth: Sixty Years since Laursen and Toch.” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering ,ASCE, Vol. 134, No. 9. 2019
110 Ettema, R. (2017), “Flume Findings on the Transverse Variation of Wide- Jam Thickness in a Bend.” Journal of Cold Regions Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 31, No. 4. 2017
109 Lucie, C., Nowroozpour, A.R. and Ettema, R. (2017), “Ice Jams in Straight and Sinuous Channels: Insights from Small Flumes.” Journal of Cold Regions Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 31, No. 3. 2017
108 Ubing, C., Ettema, R. and Thornton, C. (2017), “Baffle-Post Arrays for Flow Control in Open Channels.” Journal of Hydraulic Research, IAHR, Vol. 55, No. 3. 2017
107 Ettema, R., Bergendahl, B., Yorozuya, A. and Idil-Bektur, P. (2016), “Breaching of Bridge Abutments and Scour at Exposed Abutment Columns.”, ASCE, Read this online 2016
106 Ettema, R. and Abt, S. (2016), “The Hydraulics Laboratory at Colorado State University” HydroLink, International Association of Hydro- Environment Engineering and Research, IAHR, Issue 4, No. 1. 2016
105 Kempema, E. and Ettema, R. (2015), “Fish, Ice and Wedgewire-Screen Water Intakes.”Journal of Cold Regions Engineering, ASCE, Read this online 2015
104 Yorozuya, A. and Ettema, R. (2015), “Three Abutment Scour Conditions at Bridge Waterways.” ASCE Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 141, No. 12. Read this online 2015
103 Kempema, E. and Ettema, R. (2015), “Winter Discharge of Coalbed Methane Water in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming.” International Journal of River Basin Management, Vol. 13, No. 3, 377-385. 2015
102 Ettema, R. (2015), Discussion of “Morphological Evolution of Dune-Like Bed Forms Generated by Bridge Scour” by Oliveto, G. and Hager, W. H., ” ASCE Journal of Hydraulic Engineering Vol. 141, No. 8. Read this online 2015
101 Ng, K.W., Chakradhar, R., Ettema, R. & Kempema, E.W. (2015), “Geotechnical Considerations in Hydraulic Modeling of Bridge Abutment Scour,” Journal of Applied Water Engineering and Research , Vol. 3, No. 2, 132-142. 2015
100 Ettema, R., Ng, K., Chakradhar, R., Fuller, J., and Kempema, E.W. (2015). “Failure of Spill-Through Bridge Abutments during Scour: Flume and Field Observations.” ASCE Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 141, No. 5. Read this online 2015
99 Ettema, R. and Nakato, T. (2014), “John Fisher Kennedy: Student and Statesman of Hydraulic Engineering.” Journal of Hydraulic Research , IAHR, Vol. 52, No. 6, 731-743 2014
98 Morales, R. and Ettema, R. (2013). “Insights from Depth-Averaged Numerical Simulation of Flow at Bridge Abutments in Compound Channels,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 139, No. 5, 470-481. 2013
97 Ettema, R. (2018), “Ice Concerns for Hydraulic Engineering in Cold Mountainous Terrain,” , Chapter 2, Free Surface Flows and Transport Processes, Eds. Rowinski, P.and Mrokowska, M., Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany. 2018
96 Ho, H.C., Muste, M. and Ettema, R. (2013). “Sediment Self-cleaning, Multi-box Culverts,” Journal of Hydraulic Research, IAHR, Vol. 51, No. 1, 92-101. 2013
95 Altinakar, M., Ettema, R., García, M.H., Melville, B.W., Nikora, V. and Parker, G. (2012), “Stephen Coleman (1966-2012),” Acta Geophysica , Vol. 60, No. 6, 1500-1501. 2012
94 Oben-Nyarko, K. and Ettema, R. (2011). “Pier and Abutment Scour Interaction,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering Vol. 137 (12), pp 1549-1705. 2011
93 Kempema, E. and Ettema, R. (2011). “Anchor Ice Rafting of Sediment: Observations from the Laramie River,” River Research and Applications , Vol. 27, No. 9, 1126–1135. 2011
92 Kirkil, G., Constantinescu, G., and Ettema, R. (2010), Closure to Kirkil et al (2008), “Coherent Structures in the Flow Field around a Circular Cylinder with Scour Hole,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 136, No. 1., 84-86 2010
91 Kirkil, G., Constantinescu, G. and Ettema, R. (2009). “Detached-Eddy-Simulation Insights into Turbulence and Sediment Transport at a Circular Pier with Scour Hole,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 135 (11), 888-901. 2009
90 Muste, M., Yu. K., Fujita, I. and Ettema, R. (2009). “Two-phase Flow Insights into Open-channel Flows with Suspended Particles of Different Densities,” Journal of Enviromental Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 9, No. 2, 161-186. 2009
89 Mutel, C, Daly, D. and Ettema, R. (2008). “Hunter Rouse’s Historical Writings and the History of Hydraulics Collection.” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 134, No. 6, 683-687. [Reviewed Forum Article]. 2008
88 Morales, R., Ettema, R. and Barkdoll, B. (2008). “Large-Scale Flume Tests of Riprap-Apron Performance at a Bridge Abutment on a Floodplain,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 134, No. 6, 800-809. 2008
87 Kirkil, G., Constantinescu, G., and Ettema, R. (2008). “Coherent Structures in the Flow Field around a Circular Cylinder with Scour Hole,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 134, No.5, 572-587. 2008
86 Ettema, R., Kirkil, G., and Daly, S. (2008). “Frazil Ice Concerns for Channels, Pump-lines, Penstocks, Siphons, and Tunnels in Mountainous Regions,” Cold Regions Science and Technology , Vol. 55 (2), 202-211. 2008
85 Korkut, R, Martinez, E., Morales, R., Ettema, R., and Barkdoll, B. (2007). “Geobag Performance as Scour Countermeasure at Wing-wall Abutments,” Journal of Hydrualic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 133, No. 4, 431-439. 2007
84 Ettema, R. (2006), “Hunter Rouse – His Work in Retrospect.” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 132, No. 12, 1248-1258. [Reviewed Forum Article celebrating the centenary of Hunter Rouse’s birth]. 2006
83 Ettema, R. and Mutel, C. (2006), “Hans Albert Einstein in South Carolina.” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 132, No. 8, Vol. 132, 754-758. 2006
82 Ettema, R., Kirkil, G., and Muste, M. (2006), “Similitude of Large-scale Turbulence in Scour around Cylinders.” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 132, No. 1, 33-40. 2006
81 Michel, F., Ettema, R., and Muste, M. (2006), “Case-Study: Sediment Control at Water Intake for a Large Thermal-power Station on a small Alluvial River.” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 132, No. 5, 440-449. 2006
80 Daly, S. and Ettema, R. (2006), “Frazil-Ice Blockage of Intakes in the U.S. Great Lakes,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 132, No. 8, 814-824. 2006
79 Ettema, R., Muste, M., Abacci, O., Odgaard, J. (2006), “Outflow Calibration of Vertically Distorted Hydraulic Models of Thermally Stratified Reservoirs,” Journal of Hydraulic Research , IAHR, Vol. 44, 450-460. 2006
78 Ettema, R. (2005), “Rivers Viewed through Names and Epithets,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 131, No. 7, 535-542. 2005
77 McAlister, G., Ettema, R., and Marshall, J. (2005), “Wind-driven Break-off and Droplet Flows in Micro-gravity and Terrestrial Gravity Conditions.” Journal of Fluids Engineering , ASME, Vol. 127, 257-266. 2005
76 Ettema, R. and Nixon, W. (2005), “Ice-tank Tests of Ice-rubble Loads against a Cable-moored Conical Platform,” Journal of Cold Regions Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 19, No. 4, 103-116. 2018
75 Muste, Yu, K., Fujita, I., and Ettema, R. (2005), “Traditional versus Two-phase Perspective on Turbulent Channel Flows with Suspended Sediment,” Water Resources Research , AGU, Vol. 41, No. 10, 161-186. 2005
74 Ettema, R. and Mutel, C. (2004), “Hans Albert Einstein: Innovation and Compromise in Formulating Sediment Transport by Rivers,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 130, No. 6, 477-487. 2004
73 Chen, Z., Ettema, R. and Lai, Y. (2004), “Ice-tank and Numerical Study of Frazil Ingestion by Submerged Intakes,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 130, No. 2, 101-111. 2004
72 Ettema, R. and Zabilansky, L. (2004), “Ice Influences on Channel Stability: Insights from Missouri’s Fort Peck Reach,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 130, No. 4, 279-292. 2004
71 Ettema, R and Muste, M. (2004), “Scale-effects in Flume Experiments on Flow around a Dike in a Flatbed Channel,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 130, No.7, 635-646. 2004
70 Ettema, R., Yoon, B., Nakato, T. and Muste, M. (2004), “An Overview of Scour Conditions and Estimation Difficulties for Bridge Abutments,” Korean Society of Civil Engineering, Journal of Civil Engineering, Vol. 8, No. 6, 643-650. 2004
69 Liggett, J. and Ettema, R. (2003). Closure to “Civil Engineering Education: Alternative Directions.” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 129, No. 8, 655-656. 2003
68 Streitz, J. and Ettema, R. (2002), “Observations from an Aufeis Windtunnel,” Cold Regions Science and Technology , Vol. 34, No. 2, 85-96. 2002
67 Ettema, R. (2002), “Review of River-channel Responses to River Ice.” Journal of Cold Regions Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 16, No. 4, 191-217. 2002
66 Liggett, J. and Ettema, R. (2001), “Civil Engineering Education: Alternative Directions,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 127, No. 12, 1041-1052 2001
65 Kubit, O. and Ettema, R. (2001), “Debris and Ice-skimming Booms at Riverside Diversions,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 127, No. 6, 489-499. 2001
64 Ettema, R. and Muste, M. (2001), “Ice Jams in River Confluences.” Journal of Cold Regions Enginering , ASCE, Vol. 15, No. 1, 41-51. 2001
63 Jasek, M., Muste, M. and Ettema, R. (2001), “Estimation of Yukon River Discharge during an Ice Jam near Dawson,” Canadian Society of Civil Engineers Vol. 28, 856-864. 2001
62 Zufelt, J. and Ettema, R. (2000), “A Fully Coupled Model of Ice-Jam Dynamics,” Journal of Cold Regions Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 14, No. 1, 24-41. 2000
61 Ettema, R. (2000), “Adrift in the Curriculum,” Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Pracice , ASCE, Vol. 126, No. 1, 21-26. 2000
60 Ettema, R., Braileanu, F., and Muste, M. (2000), “A Method for Estimating Sediment Transport in Ice-covered Channels,” Journal of Cold Regions Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 14, No. 2, 130-145. 2000
59 Muste, M., Braileanu, F., and Ettema, R. (2000), “Flow and Sediment-transport Measurements in Simulated Ice-Covered Channel,” American Geophysical Union, Water Resources Research , Vol. 36, No. 9, 2711-2720. 2000
58 Tan, C.-T., Sinha, S., and Ettema, R. (1999), “Ice-Cover Influence on Near-Field Mixing in Dune-bed Channel: Numerical Simulation,” Journal of Cold Regions Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 13, No. 1, 1-20. 1999
57 Barkdoll, B., Ettema, R., and Odgaard, A.J., (1999), “Sediment Control at Lateral Diversions: Limits and Enhancements to Vane Use,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 125, No. 8, 855-861. 1999
56 Ettema, R., Barkdoll, B., and Melville, B.W. (1998), “A Scale Effect in Pier-scour Experiments,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 124, No. 6, 639-642. 1998
55 Ettema, R., Mostafa, E., Melville, B.W., and Yassin, A. (1998), “On Scour at Skewed Piers,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 124, No. 7, 756-759. 1998
54 Ettema, R., Schaefer, J., and Huang, H.-P. (1998), “Ice-Tank Data on Brash-ice Loads against Barges,” Journal of Cold Regions Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 12, No. 3, 153-161. 1998
53 Smith, B. T. and Ettema, R. (1997), “Flow Resistance in Ice-Covered Alluvial Channels,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Vol. 123, No. 7, 592-599. 1997
52 Smith, B.T. and Ettema, R. (1997), “Ice-cover Influence on Flow Structure over Dunes,” Journal of Hydraulic Research, Intl Association for Hydraulic Research, Vol. 35, No. 5, 707-719. , 1997
51 Ettema, R. (1997), Invited book review of River Ice Jams, by Beltaos, S., Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 123, No. 7, 672-673. 1997
50 Ettema, R., Fujita, I., Muste, M., and Kruger, A. (1997), “Particle Image Velocimetry for Whole-field Measurement of Ice Velocities,” Cold Regions Science and Technology , 26, 97-112. 1997
49 Ettema, R. (1997), invited book review of Cold Regions Hydrology and Hydraulics, by Ryan, W. L. and Crissman, R. D. (Eds) Journal of Cold Regions Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 11, No. 3, 252-254. 1997
48 Teal, M., Ettema, R. and Walker, J. (1996), Closure to “Estimation of Mean Flow in Ice-Covered Channels,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , Vol. 122, No. 8, 476-477. 1996
47 Ettema, R. (1996), an invited book review, on The Canadian Habbakuk Project, Journal of Cold Region Engineering , Vol. 10, No. 1, 58-59. 1996
46 Yoon, J.Y., Patel, V.C. and Ettema, R. (1996), “A Numerical Model of Flow in an Ice-Covered Channel,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 122, No. 1, 19-26. 1996
45 Yoon, B. and Ettema, R. (1996), “Icing Loads on Fixed Cables: Laboratory Experiments,” Korean Journal of Hydrosciences, Vol. 29, No. 2, 249-265.
44 Yoon, B., Pokorny, M. and Ettema, R. (1996), “Icing Loads on Fixed Cables: Determination of Length Scale,” Korean Journal of Hydrosciences Vol. 29, No. 4, 191-198. 1996
43 Crissman, R.D., Ettema, R., Andres, D. and Carson, R. (1995), “Ice Jamming in The Upper Niagara River: Processes and Plan of Study,” Journal of Cold Regions Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 9, No.2, 89-104. 1995
42 Ettema, R. and Crissman, R.D. (1995), Invited editorial “Hydropower and Ice on the Upper Niagara River,” Journal of Cold Regions Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 9, No. 1, 1-3. 1995
41 Tsai, W.-F. and Ettema, R. (1994), “Modified Eddy Viscosity Model in Fully Developed Asymmetric Channel Flows,” Journal of Engineering Mechanics , ASCE , Vol. 120, No.4, 720-732. 1994
40 Holly, F.M., and Ettema, R. (1994), “Sediment Imbalance in Rivers: Simulation Possibilities and Problems,” in Biological Report U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Vol. 19, 415-416. 1994
39 Urroz, G. and Ettema, R. (1994), “Application of Two-Layer Hypothesis to Fully Developed Flow in Ice-Covered Curved Channels,” Journal of Civil Engineering , Vol. 21, 101-110. 1994
38 Urroz, G. and Ettema, R. (1994), “Small-Scale Experiments on Ice Jam Initiation in a Curved Channel,” Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering , Vo. 21, No. 5, 719-727. 1994
37 Urroz, G. E., Schaefer, J.A., and Ettema, R. (1994), “Bridge Pier Location and Ice Conveyance in Curved Channels,” Journal of Cold Regions Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 8, No. 2, 6-72. 1994
36 Tsai, W.-F. and Ettema, R. (1994), “Ice Cover Influence on Transverse Bed Slopes in a Curved Alluvial Channel,” Journal of Hydraulic Reserch , IAHR, Vol. 32, No. 4, 561-582. 1994
35 Teal, M, Ettema, R., and Walker, J. (1994), “Estimation of Mean Flow in Ice-Covered Channels,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering ASCE, Vol. 120, No. 4, 1385-1400. 1994
34 Nixon, W.A., Ettema, R., Matsuishi, M. and Johnson, R. (1993), “Ice-tank Study of a Floating Moored Platform in Ice,” Journal of Cold Regions Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 7, No. 1, 12-31. 1993
33 Ettema, R. and Kennedy, J.F. (1993), “Listening to Research Clients,” Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice , ASCE, Vol. 119, No. 4, 416-421. 1993
32 Yoon, B. and Ettema, R. (1993), “Droplet Trajectories and Icing-Collection Efficiencies Determined Using Laser-Doppler Velocimetry,” Cold Regions Science and Technology , Vol. 21, 381-397. 1993
31 Parthasarathy, R.N., Ettema, R., Patel, V.C. (1992), “Calibration Characteristics of a Simplex Pitot-Static Probe and Five Alternative Velocity Probes,” Cooling Tower Institute Journal, Paper TP92-15. 1992
30 Urroz, G. and Ettema, R. (1992), “Bend Ice Jams: Laboratory Observations,” Canadian Journal of Civil Engineers , Vol. 19, 855-864. 1992
29 Jain, S.C. and Ettema, R. (1991), Closure to “Minimization of Frazil-Ice Production by River Flow Regulation,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 117, No. 10, 1410-1412. 1991
28 Ettema, R., Sharifi, M., Georgakakos, K. and Stern, F. (1991), “Chaos in Continuous-mode Icebreaking,” Cold Regions Science and Technology , Vol. 19, No. 2, 131-144 1991
27 Ettema, R. (1991), “Ice Formation in Navigation Channels,” Permanent International Association of Navigation Congresses Bulletin (Journal) , Vol. 74, 57-70. 1991
26 Ettema, R. (1990), “Ice Jam Initiation in Unobstructed Channels: Laboratory Observations,” Journal of Hydraulic Research , IAHR, Vol. 28, No. 6, 673-684. 1990
25 Schohl, G.A. and Ettema, R. (1990), “Two-Dimensional Spreading and Thickening of Aufeis,” Journal of Glaciology , Vol. 36, No. 2, 169-178. 1990
24 Ettema, R., (1990), Discussion of “Design Method for Local Scour at Bridge Piers,” by Melville, B. and Sutherland, A.J., Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 116, No.10, 1290-1292. 1990
23 Ettema, R., Stern, F., and Lazaro, J. (1989), “Dynamics of Continuous-mode Icebreaking by a POLAR-Class Hull. Part 1: Mean Response,” Journal of Ship Research , Vol. 33, No. 2, 115-134. 1989
22 Stern, F., Ettema, R., and Lazaro, J. (1989), “Dynamics of Continuous-mode Icebreaking by a POLAR-Class Hull. Part 2: Spectral Analysis,” Journal of Ship Research , Vol. 33, No. 3, 236-251. 1989
21 Schaefer, J.A., Ettema, R., and Nixon, W.A. (1989), “Measurements of Icing Hardness,” Cold Regions Science and Technology , Vol. 17, No. 3, 89-93. 1989
20 Ettema, R. and Urroz, G. (1989), “On Internal Friction and Cohesion in Floating Ice Rubble,” Cold Regions Science and Technology , Vol. 16, No. 3, 237-247. 1989
19 Nakato, T., Ettema, R., and Ashton, G.D. (1989), “Unconventional Power Sources for Ice Control at Lock and Dams,” Journal of Cold Regions Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 3, No. 3, 107-126. 1989
18 Ettema, R., Johnson, J.K., and Schaefer, J. (1989), “Foam-Ice Initiated Ice Cover Formation on Small Rivers: An Observation,” Cold Regions Science and Technology , Vol. 15, No. 2, 95-99. 1989
17 Jain, S.C. and Ettema, R. (1989), “Minimization of Frazil-Ice Production by River Flow Regulation,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 115, No. 9, 1256-1274. 1989
16 Johnson, C.J. and Ettema, R. (1988), “Passive Intake for Shallow Sand-Bed Rivers,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 114, No. 6, 662-674. 1988
15 Ettema, R. and Huang, H.P. (1988), “Ice-rubble Accumulation beneath Barges Moving Through Ice-Covered Waters,” Journal of Hydraulic Research, IAHR, Vol. 26, No. 4, 379-412. 1988
14 Ettema, R. (1987). Closure to “Scour at Cylindrical Piers in Armored Beds,” by Raudkivi and Ettema, Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 113, HY3, 421. 1987
13 Ettema, R. and Urroz, G. (1987), “Simple-shear-box Experiments on Ice Rubble,” Cold Regions Science and Technology , Vol. 14, No. 2, 185-199. 1987
12 Schohl, G. and Ettema, R. (1986), “Theory and Laboratory Observations of Naled Ice Growth,” Journal of Glaciology , Vol. 32, No. 111, 168-177. 1986
11 Ettema, R., Matsuishi, M. and Kitazawa, T. (1986), “Model Tests on Ice-Rubble Size and Ship Resistance in Ice Rubble,” Cold Regions Science and Technology , Vol. 12, No. 4, 229-243. 1986
10 Ettema, R. and Schaefer, J. (1986), “Experiments on Freeze-bonding between Ice Blocks,” Journal of Glaciology , Vol. 32, No. 112, 397-403. 1986
9 Ettema, R. (1986), “A Brief Review of Research Needs for Physical Modeling in Ice Engineering: Reflections from a University Ice Tank,” Cold Regions Science and Technology , Vol. 12, No. 1, 57-65. 1986
8 Kitazawa, T. and Ettema, R. (1985), “Resistance to Ship-Hull Motion in Brash Ice,” Cold Regions Science and Technology , Vol. 11, No. 3, 219-234. 1985
7 Raudkivi, A.J. and Ettema, R. (1985), “Scour at Cylindrical Bridge Piers in Armored Beds around Bridge Piers,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 111, HY4, 713-731. 1985
6 Ettema, R. and Johnson, L.C. (1984), “Wedge-wire Screens for Shallow Rivers,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , Vol. 110, HY8, 1139-1144. 1984
5 Ettema, R., Karim, F., and Kennedy, J.F. (1984), “A Laboratory Study of Frazil Ice Growth,” Cold Regions Science and Technology , Vol. 10, No. 1, 43-58. 1984
4 Ettema, R. (1984), “Sampling Armor-layer Sediments,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 110, HY7, 982-986. 1984
3 Raudkivi, A.J., and Ettema, R. (1983), “Clear-water Scour at Cylindrical Piers,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 109, HY3, 338-350. 1983
2 Raudkivi, A.J., and Ettema, R. (1982), “On the Stability of Armored Layers in Rivers,” Journal of Hydraulic Enginerring , ASCE, Vol. 108, No. HY9, 1047-1057. 1982
1 Raudkivi, A.J. and Ettema, R. (1977), “Effect of Sediment Gradation on Clear-water Scour,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 103, HY10, 1209-1212. 1977
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Books
5 Muste, M., Admiraal, D., Ettema, R., Aberle, J. and Garcia, M. (Eds.) (2017), Experimental Hydraulics: Methods, Instrumentation, Data Processing and Management, IAHR Monographs and Design Manuals, CRC Press, Leiden, Netherlands. 2017
4 Ettema, R. and Mutel, C. (2014), Hans Albert Einstein: His Life as a Pioneering Engineer, ASCE Press, American Soc. of Civil Engineers, Reston, VA. 2014
3 Ettema, R. (Ed. and lead author) (2000), ASCE Manual 97, Hydraulic Modeling: Concepts and Practice, ASCE Publications, Reston VA. 2000
2 Nakato, T. and Ettema, R. (Eds.), (1996), Issues and Directions in Hydraulics, Proc. of Iowa Hydraulics Colloquium to Recognize Career of Prof. John F. Kennedy, Pub. by A. A. Balkema, The Netherlands. 1996
1 Ettema, R. (Ed.), (1986), Proc. of the 8th International Symposium on Ice of the International Association for Hydraulic Research, August 18-22, Iowa City, Iowa (3 volumes). 1986
Book Chapters
11 Ettema, R. (2018), “Ice Concerns for Hydraulic Engineering in Cold Mountainous Terrain,” Chapter 2, in Free Surface Flows and Transport Processes, Eds. Rowinski, P. and Mrokowska, M., Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany. 2018
10 Muste, M and Ettema, R. (2017), “Introduction,” Chapter 1 of the book mentioned in Item 4(Also the Preface) 2017
9 Ettema, R. and Heller, V., (2017), “Similitude,” Chapter 3 of the book mentioned in Item 2. 2017
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7 Daly, S. and Ettema, R., (2012), “Ice Dynamics and Transport,” Ch. 19 of Handbook of Environmental Fluid Dynamics, H.J.S. Fernando (Ed.), Taylor & Francis Group, London, UK. 2012
6 Ettema, R. and Kempema, E. W. (2012), “Ice effects on Gravel Bed Rivers,” Ch. 37 of Gravel Bed Rivers, Ed. by Church. M., John Wiley & Sons, New York, NY. 2012
5 Mutel, C. and Ettema, R. (2010), “Hunter Rouse, 1906-1996,” in Memorial Tributes, Vol. 13, National Academy of Engineers, Washington, D.C., 227-230. 2010
4 Ettema, R., (2008), “Management of River Confluences,” Ch. 6 of River Confluences, Tributaries and River Networks, Ed. by Rice, Roy, and Rhoads, John Wiley & Sons, New York, NY. 2008
3 Ettema, R., (2008), “Sediment Transport under Ice,” Ch. 13 of Sedimentation Manual, ASCE Publications, Reston VA. 2008
2 Ettema, R., (2005), “Sediment Transport,” Ch. 7 of Ice Engineering Manual, US Army Corps of Engineers, ERDC, MS. 2005
1 Marshall, J. and Ettema, R., (2005), “Contact-line Instabilities of Driven Liquids,” Ch. 1 of Advances in Fluid Mechanics: Instabilities of Flows, published by Wessex Inst. of Technology, Southampton, UK, pp 1-42. 2005
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17 Adhikari, P., Abdelhafez, M, Dong, Y., Guo, Y., Mahmoud, H.N., and Ellingwood, B.R. (2020) “Achieving residential coastal communities resilient to tropical cyclones and climate change” Frontiers in Built Environment 2020
16 Wang, C., Zhang, H., Ellingwood, B.R., Guo, Y., Mahmoud, H., and Li. Q. (2020). “Assessing post-hazard damage costs to a community’s residential buildings exposed to tropical cyclones” Structure and Infrastructure Engineering1-11, 1845215 2020
15 Perry, B., Guo, Y., Atadero, R., and van de Lindt, J.W. (2020). “Streamlined bridge inspection system using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and machine learning techniques” Measurement, 164, 108048 2020
14 Guo, Y., Wang, L., and Kareem, A. (2020). “Interpolation of discrete time histories” Journal of Engineering Mechanics, 146, 06020002 2018
13 Guo, Y., Wang, L., and Kareem, Interpolation of discrete time histories Journal of Engineering Mechanics , in press. 2018
12 Sabharwal, C. L., and Guo, Y. (2019). “Tracking the 6-DOF flight trajectory of windborne debris using stereophotogrammetry”Infrastructures , 4, 66. 2019
11 Guo, Y., and van de Lindt, J.W. (2019), Simulation of hurricane wind fields for community resilience applications: a data-driven approach using integrated asymmetric Holland models for inner and outer core regions Journal of Structural Engineering ,145, 04019089. 2019
10 Kareem, A., Hu, L., Guo, Y., and Kwon, D.K. (2019), Generalized wind loading chain: time-frequency modeling framework for nonstationary wind effects on structures Journal of Structural Engineering , 145, 04019092 2019
9 Guo, Y.L., Ni, Y.Q., and Chen, S.K. (2017), Optimal sensor placement for damage detection of bridges subject to ship collision Structural Control and Health Monitoring , 24, 1-16. 2019
8 Guo, Y., and Kareem, A. (2016), Non-stationary frequency domain system identification using time–frequency representations Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing , 72-73, 712-726. 2016
7 Guo, Y., and Kareem, A. (2016), System identification through nonstationary data using time–frequency blind source separation. Journal of Sound and Vibration , 371, 110-131. 2016
6 Guo, Y., and Kareem, A. (2016), Near-real-time hybrid system identification framework for civil structures with application to Burj Khalifa Journal of Structural Engineering , 142, 04015132. 2016
5 Guo, Y., and Kareem, A. (2015), System identification through nonstationary response: a wavelet and transformed singular value decomposition based approach Journal of Engineering Mechanics , 141, 04015013. 2016
4 Spence, S.M.J., Bernardini, E., Guo, Y., Kareem, A., and Gioffrè, M. (2014), Natural frequency coalescing and amplitude dependent damping in the wind-excited response of tall buildings Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics , 35, 108- 117. 2014
3 Kijewski-Correa, T., Kareem, A., Guo, Y., Bashor, R., and Weigand, T. (2013), Performance of tall buildings in urban zones: lessons learned from a decade of full-scale monitoring, International Journal of High-Rise Buildings , 2, 179-192. 2013
2 Kijewski-Correa, T., Kwon, D.K., Kareem, A., Bentz, A., Guo, Y., Bobby, S., and Abdelrazaq, A. (2013), Smartsync: an integrated real-time structural health monitoring and structural identification system for tall buildings Journal of Structural Engineering , 139, 1675-1687. 2013
1 Guo, Y., Kareem, A., Ni, Y.Q., and Liao, W.Y. (2012), Performance evaluation of Canton Tower under winds based on full-scale data, Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics , 104-106, 116-128. 2012
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