Dr. Ellison Carter

Publications

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39 Carter E, Yan L, Fu Y, Robinson B, Kelly F, Elliott P, Wu Y, Zhao L, Ezzati M, Yang X, Chan Q, Baumgartner J. (2020). Household transitions to clean energy in a multiprovincial cohort study in China. Nature Sustainability, 3(1), pp.42-50. 2020
38 Berg KE, Clark KM, Li X, Carter E, Volckens J, Henry CS. (2020). High-throughput, semi-automated dithiothreitol (DTT) assays for oxidative potential of fine particulate matter. Atmospheric Environment, 222, p.117132. (In press) 2020
37 Clark SN, Schmidt AM, Carter E, Schauer JJ, Yang X, Ezzati M, Daskalopoulou SS, Baumgartner J. (2019). Longitudinal evaluation of a household energy package on blood pressure, central hemodynamics, and arterial stiffness in China. Environmental research, 177, p.108592. 2019
36 Li S, Yang M, Carter E, Schauer JJ, Yang X, Ezzati M, Goldberg MS, Baumgartner J. (2019). Exposure–response associations of household air pollution and buccal cell telomere length in women using biomass stoves. Environmental Health Perspectives, 127(8), p.087004. 2019
35 Baumgartner J, Clark S, Carter E, Lai A, Zhang Y, Shan M, Schauer JJ, Yang X. (2019). Effectiveness of a household energy package in improving indoor air quality and reducing personal exposures in rural China. Environmental science & technology, 53(15), pp.9306-9316. 2019
34 Puzzolo E, Zerriffi H, Carter E, Clemens H, Stokes H, Jagger P, Rosenthal J, Petach H. (2019). Supply considerations for scaling up clean cooking fuels for household energy in low‐and middle‐income countries. GeoHealth. 2019
33 Yan L, Carter E, Fu Y, Guo D, Huang P, Xie G, Xie W, Zhu Y, Kelly F, Elliott P, Zhao L. (2019). Study protocol: The INTERMAP China Prospective (ICP) study. Wellcome Open Research, 4(154), p.154. 2019
32 Erlandson GJ, Magzamen SL, Carter E, Sharp JL, Reynolds SJ, Schaeffer JW. (2019) Characterization of Indoor Air on a College Campus: A Pilot Study. International Journal Environmental Research and Public Health, 16, 2721(Special Issue 2019). 2019
31 Lai AM, Carter E, Shan M, Ni K, Clark S, Ezzati M, Wiedinmyer C, Yang X, Baumgartner J, Schauer JJ. (2019). Chemical composition and source apportionment of ambient, household, and personal exposures to PM2.5 in communities using biomass stoves in rural China. Science of the Total Environment, 646, 309-319. 2019
30 Lai A, Shan M, Deng M, Carter E, Yang X, Baumgartner J, Schauer JJ. (2019). Differences in chemical composition of PM2.5 emissions from traditional versus advanced combustion (semi-gasifier) solid fuel stoves. Chemosphere, 233, 852-861. 2019
29 Lai AM, Clark S, Carter E, Shan M, Ni K, Yang X, Baumgartner J, Schauer JJ. (2019). Impacts of stove/fuel use and outdoor air pollution on chemical composition of household particulate matter. Indoor Air. 2019
28 Barrington-Leigh C, Baumgartner J, Carter, E, Robinson BE, Tao S, Zhang Y. (2019). An evaluation of air quality, home heating and well-being under Beijing’s programme to eliminate household coal use. Nature Energy, 4(5), p.416. 2019
27 Brehmer C, Lai AM, Clark S, Shan M, Ni K, Ezzati M, Yang X, Baumgartner J, Schauer JJ, Carter E (2019). The oxidative potential of personal and household PM2.5 in a rural setting in southwestern China. Environmental Science & Technology. 2019
26 Pillarisetti A, Carter E, Rajkumar S, Young BN, Benka-Coker ML, Peel JL, Johnson M, Clark ML (2019). Measuring personal exposure to fine particulate matter (PM2.5) among rural Honduran women: A field evaluation of the Ultrasonic Personal Aerosol Sampler (UPAS). Environment International, 123, p50-53. 2019
25 Archer‐Nicholls S, Lowe D, Lacey F, Kumar R, Xiao Q, Liu Y, Carter E, Baumgartner J, Wiedinmyer C. (2019). Radiative effects of residential sector emissions in China: Sensitivity to uncertainty in black carbon emissions. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 2019
24 Deng M, Li J, Zhang S, Shan M, Baumgartner J, Carter E, Yang X (2019). Real-time combustion rate of wood charcoal in the heating fire basin: Direct measurement and its correlation to CO emissions. Environmental Pollution, 245, p38-45. 2019
23 Berman JD, Burkhardt JB, Bayham J, Carter E, Wilson AA. (2019). Acute Air Pollution Exposure and the Risk of Violent Behavior in the United States. Epidemiology, 30(6), 799-806. http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/ede.0000000000001085 2019
22 Burkhardt JB, Bayham J, Wilson AA, Carter E, Berman JD, O'Dell K, Hotmann BJ, Fischer EV, Pierce JR. (2019). The effect of pollution on crime: Evidence from data on particulate matter and ozone. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 98, 102267. 2019
21 Li Y., Carter E, Fu Y, Xie G, Xie W, Kelly F, Elliott P, Yang X, Ezzati M, Baumgartner J, Zhao L, Wu Y, Chan Q. (2019). Changes of Blood Pressure and Urinary Sodium Over 18 Years in Rural China: Results From the INTERMAP China Prospective Study (vol. 139). Circulation. 2019
20 Kanagasabai T, Lee M, Carter E, Yan L, Guo D, Chan Q, Elliott P, Ezzati M, Wu Y, Baumgartner J (2019). Exposure to air pollution is associated with lower sleep duration and higher odds of snoring and suspected osa in China. Sleep Medicine, 64, p.S186. 2019
19 Carter E, Shan M, Zhong Y, Ding W, Zhang Y, Baumgartner J, Yang X (2018). Development of renewable, densified biomass for household energy in China. Energy for Sustainable Development, 46, p42-52. 2018
18 Deng M, Zhang S, Shan M, Li J, Baumgartner J, Carter E, Yang X (2018). The impact of cookstove operation on PM2.5 and CO emissions: A comparison of laboratory and field measurements. Environmental Pollution, 243, p31087-1095 2018
17 Baumgartner J, Carter E, Schauer JJ, Ezzati M, Daskalopoulou S, Valois MF, Shan M, Yang X (2018). Household air pollution and measures of blood pressure, arterial stiffness, and central hemodynamics. Heart, 104(18), p1515-1521. 2018
16 Snider G, Carter E, Tseng JTW, Yang X, Ezzati M, Schauer JJ, Weidinmyer C, Baumgartner J (2018). The impacts of cookstove usage patterns and outdoor air quality on household air pollution and cardiovascular mortality in southwestern China. Environment International, 117, p116-127. 2018
15 Kodros J, Carter E, Brauer M, Volckens J, Bilsback K, L’Orange C, Johnson M, Pierce JR (2018). Quantifying the contribution to uncertainty in mortality attributed to household, ambient, and joint exposure to PM 2.5 from residential solid-fuel use. GeoHealth, 2, p25-39. 2018
14 Shan M, Carter E, Baumgartner J, Deng M, Clark S, Schauer JJ, Ezzati M, Li J, Fu Y, Yang X. (2017) A user-centered, iterative engineering approach for advanced biomass cookstove design and development. Environmental Research Letters, 12(9). 2017
13 Carter E, Norris C, Dionisio KL, Balakrishnan K, Checkley W, Clark ML, Ghosh S, Jack DW, Kinney PL, Marshall JD, Naeher LP, Peel JL, Sambandam S, Schauer JJ, Smith KR, Wylie BJ, Baumgartner J. (2017) Assessing exposure to household air pollution: A systematic review and pooled analysis of carbon monoxide as a surrogate measure of particulate matter. Environmental Health Perspectives, 125(7). 2017
12 Clark S, Carter E, Shan M, Ni K, Niu H, Tseng JTW, Pattanayak SK, Jeuland M, Schauer JJ, Ezzati M, Weidinmyer C, Yang X, Baumgartner J. (2017) Adoption and use of a semi-gasifier cooking and water heating stove and fuel intervention in the Tibetan Plateau, China. Environmental Research Letters, 12(7). 2017
11 Secrest MH, Schauer JJ, Carter E, Baumgartner J. (2017) Particulate matter chemical component concentrations and sources in settings of household solid fuel use. Indoor Air, 27(6). 2017
10 Secrest MH, Schauer JJ, Carter E, Lai AM, Wang YQ, Shan M, Yang XD, Zhang YX, Baumgartner J. (2016) The oxidative potential of PM 2.5 exposure from indoor and outdoor sources in rural China. Science of the Total Environment, 571, p1477-1489. 2016
9 Carter E*, Kun N*, Schauer J, Ezzati M, Zhang Y, Niu H, Lai A, Shan M, Wang Y, Yang X, Baumgartner J. (2016) Seasonal variation in outdoor, indoor, and personal air pollution exposures of women using wood stoves in the Tibetan Plateau: Baseline assessment for an energy intervention study. Environment International, 94, p449-457. 2016
8 Archer-Nicholls S, Carter E, Kumar R, Xiao Q, Liu Y, Forstad J, Forouzanfar MH, Cohen A, Brauer M, Baumgartner J, Wiedinmyer C. (2016) The regional impacts of cooking and heating emissions on ambient air quality and disease burden in China. Environmental Science & Technology, 50(17). 2016
7 Carter E, Archer-Nicholls S, Ni K, Lai AM, Niu H, Secrest MH, Sauer SM, Schauer JJ, Ezzati M, Wiedinmyer C, Yang X, Baumgartner J. (2016) Seasonal and diurnal air pollution from residential cooking and space heating in the eastern Tibetan Plateau. Environmental Science & Technology, 50(15). 2016
6 Carter E, Shan M, Yang XD, Li J, Baumgartner J. (2014) Pollutant emissions and energy efficiency of Chinese semi-gasifier cookstoves and implications for future intervention strategies. Environmental Science & Technology, 48(11). 2014
5 Carter E, Jackson MJ, Katz LE, Speitel Jr. GE. (2014) A coupled sensor-spectrophotometric device for continuous measurement of formaldehyde in indoor environments. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology, 24. 2014
4 Gall E, Carter E, Stephens BR, Earnest CM. (2013) Indoor air pollution in developing countries: research and implementation needs for improvements in global public health. American Journal of Public Health, 103(4). 2013
3 Carter E, Katz LE, Speitel Jr. GE, Ramirez, D. (2011) Gas-phase formaldehyde adsorption isotherm studies on activated carbon: correlations of adsorption capacity to surface functional group density. Environmental Science and Technology, 45(15). 2011
2 Stephens BR, Carter E, Gall ET, Earnest CM, Walsh EA, Hun DE, Jackson MC. (2009) Home energy-efficiency retrofits. Environmental Health Perspectives, 119: a283-a284. 2009
1 Carter, E, Earnest, CM, Gall, ET, Guerrero, P, Hun, DE, Jackson, MC, Lo, J, Stephens, BR and Walsh, EA. (2009) Editorial: Priorities in indoor environmental science and health, as students see them. Indoor Air, 19. 2009
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Dr. Aditi Bhaskar

Publications

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14 Lurtz, M.R., R.R. Morrison, T.K. Gates, G.B. Senay, A.S. Bhaskar, D.G. Ketchum (2020) “Relationships between riparian evapotranspiration and groundwater depth along a semi-arid irrigated river valley” Hydrological Processes, doi:10.1002/hyp.13712 2020
13 Hopkins, K.G., A.S. Bhaskar, S.A. Woznicki, and R.M. Fanelli (2020) “Changes in Event-Based Streamflow Magnitude and Timing after Suburban Development with Infiltration-Based Stormwater Management” Hydrological Processes, doi:10.1002/hyp.13593 2020
12 Opalinski, N.F., A.S. Bhaskar, and D.T. Manning (2019) “Spatial and Seasonal Response of Municipal Water Use to Weather across the Contiguous U.S” JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association, doi:10.1111/1752-1688.12801 2019
11 Stewart, R.D., A.S. Bhaskar, A.J. Parolari, D.L. Herrmann, J. Jian, L.A. Schifman, and W.D. Shuster (2019) “An Analytical Approach to Ascertain Saturation-Excess versus Infiltration-Excess Overland Flow in Urban and Reference Landscapes” Hydrological Processes doi:10.1002/hyp.13562 2019
10 Bhaskar, A.S., D.M. Hogan, J.R. Nimmo, and K.S. Perkins (2018) “Groundwater Recharge amidst Focused Stormwater Infiltration” Hydrological Processes, 32. doi:10.1002/hyp.13137 2018
9 A.J. Jefferson, A.S. Bhaskar, K.G. Hopkins, R. Fanelli, P.M. Avellaneda, and S.K. McMillan (2017) “Effectiveness of stormwater management networks and implications for urban watershed function” Hydrological Processes, doi: 10.1002/hyp.11347 2017
8 Bhaskar, A.S., C. Jantz, C. Welty, S.A. Drzyzga, and A.J. Miller, (2016) “Coupling of the Water Cycle with Patterns of Urban Growth in the Baltimore Metropolitan Region, United States” Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA), 52(6), 1509-1523, doi: 10.1111/1752-1688.12479 2016
7 Bhaskar, A.S., D.M. Hogan, and S.A. Archfield, (2016) “Urban base flow with Low Impact Development” Hydrological Processes, 30(18), 3156-4171, doi: 10.1002/hyp.10808 2016
6 Bhaskar, A.S., L. Beesley, M.J. Burns, T.D. Fletcher, P. Hamel, C.E. Oldham, and A.H. Roy (2016) “Will it rise or will it fall? Managing the diverse effects of urbanization on base flow” Freshwater Science, 35(1), 293-310, doi: 10.1086/685084 2016
5 Bhaskar, A.S. and C. Welty (2015) “Analysis of subsurface storage and streamflow generation in urban watersheds” Water Resources Research, 51(3), 1493-1513, doi: 10.1002/2014WR015607 2015
4 Bhaskar, A.S., C. Welty, R.M. Maxwell, A.J. Miller (2015) “Untangling the effects of urban development on subsurface storage in Baltimore” Water Resources Research, 51(2), 1158-1181, doi: 10.1002/2014WR016039 2015
3 Bhaskar, A.S., J.W. Harvey, and E.J. Henry (2012) “Resolving hyporheic and groundwater components of streambed water flux using heat as a tracer” Water Resources Research, 48, W08524, doi: 10.1029/2011WR011784 2012
2 Bhaskar, A.S. and C. Welty (2012) “Water Balances along an Urban-to-Rural Gradient of Metropolitan Baltimore, 2001-2009” Environmental and Engineering Geoscience, 18(1), 37-50, doi: 10.2113/gseegeosci.18.1.37 2012
1 Neupauer, R.M., J.L. Wilson, and A.S. Bhaskar (2009) “Forward and backward temporal probability distributions of sorbing solutes in groundwater” Water Resources Research, 45, W01420, doi:10.1029/2008WR007058 2009
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Dr. Chester C Watson

Honors and Awards

Dr. Chester C Watson

Classes Taught

Dr. Chester C Watson

Biosketch

Dr. Watson has practical experience as an engineer working in coal-fired steam generation electric power plants, as a utilities construction manager, in the design and survey for major river projects such as docks, pipeline crossings, mined land reclamation, and channel stabilization measures. He conducted approximately 25 floodplain information and flood insurance studies for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and FEMA. He was also in charge of numerous Hydrologic, Hydraulic, and Geomorphic studies for the Vicksburg, Mobile, Sacramento, and Memphis Districts of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Dr. Watson has been a reviewer of mine reclamation plans for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, specializing in hydraulic and geomorphologic related hazards. He is presently Principal Investigator for research projects involving erosional stability of watershed and stream systems, effectiveness of manufactured stream stabilization products, and river and stream restoration projects.
Technically, his emphasis has been on the analysis of watershed and channel system instability. He has given seminars to personnel of the Soil Conservation Service and Corps of Engineers incorporating geomorphic and hydraulic concepts. He has co-authored text books and has written chapters for other texts. Dr. Watson has conducted the geomorphology portions of the Waterways Experiment Station channel stabilization seminar, channel rehabilitation seminars for the U.S. EPA, and stream bank stabilization for IECA. He is involved in a major research effort for Waterways Experiment Station, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to develop methods for rehabilitation of streams that have been destabilized due to land-use change and channelization. This project, the Demonstration Erosion Control project, is a long-term, comprehensive effort to control erosion and channel degradation. Numerous full-channel grade control structure, side-channel drop pipes, riprap bank stabilization, and bioengineering projects have been constructed. Dr. Watson is in charge of a group that intensively monitors the performance of the constructed features and the response of the channel to the emplaced features. Working with Waterways Experiment Station personnel and other participating groups, Dr. Watson has developed design, monitoring, and evaluation tools for channel stabilization. He is also presently participating in the development and testing of procedures that will include physical habitat features as a component of the channel stabilization design. This research is on-going.
Other research includes development of guidelines for channel rehabilitation that will improve habitat value and maximize the natural reaeration capacity of the stream. Based on the natural reaeration capacity of the streams, Dr. Watson has conducted intensive physical model simulation of weir overfalls that could be used to improve the water quality of streams. Mathematical modeling has also been applied to assess the effect of using a stable channel morphology to improve a stream that was degraded by gravel dredging.
Dr. Watson’s primary teaching emphasis at Colorado State University is in Environmental River Mechanics (CE413). Research activities have provided funding for numerous graduate students. During the past five years, he has been Principal Investigator for an average in excess of $500,000 annually as contract and grants for CSU. Dr. Watson is a member of the Larimer County Floodplain Review Board as a volunteer service to the community.

Faculty & Staff Profile

Chester Watson, Civil & Env

Dr. Chester C Watson

Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Interests

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Education

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Office Location: 375 E. Horsetooth, Bldg 5 Fort Collins, CO 80525
Phone: (970)481-8256
Email: chester@chestercwatson.com

Dr. Chester C Watson

Publications

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30 Watson, C.C., Biedenharn, D.S, and Bledsoe, B.P. (2002). Use of Incised Channel Evolution Models in Understanding Rehabilitation Alternatives. J. American Water Resources Association, Vol. 38, No. 1, February, pp. 151-160. 2002
29 Bledsoe, B.P., Watson, C.C., and Biedenharn, D.S (2002). Quantification of Incised Channel Evolution and Equilibrium. J. American Water Resources Association, Vol. 38, No. 3, June, pp. 861-870. 2002
28 Buhman, D.L., Gates, T.K., and Watson, C.C. (2002). Stochastic Variability of Fluvial Hydraulic Geometry: Mississippi and Red Rivers. J. Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 128, No. 4, April, pp. 426-437. 2002
27 Watson, C.C., and Thornton, C.I. (2002). Book review of Applying Geomorphology to Environmental Management (Edited by Anthony, D.J., Harvey, M.D., Laronne, J.B., and Mosley, M.P.). J. Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 128, No. 11, pp. 1034-1036. 2002
26 Bledsoe, B.P., and Watson, C.C. (2001). Logistic Analysis of Channel Pattern Thresholds: Meandering, Braiding, and Incising. Geomorphology, Vol. 38, pp. 281-300. 2001
25 Bledsoe, B.P., and Watson, C.C. (2001). Effects of Urbanization on Channel Instability. J. American Water Resources Association, Vol. 37, No. 2, April, pp. 255-270. 2001
24 Watson, C.C., Biedenharn, D.S, and Bledsoe, B.P. (2001). Hydrologic Response in Incised Channels. Submitted to the J. American Water Resources Association, July. 2001
23 Biedenharn, D.S., Thorne, C.R., Soar, P.J., Hey, R.D., and Watson, C.C. (2001). Effective Discharge Calculation Guide. International J. Sediment Research, IRTCES, Vol. 16, No. 4, pp. 445-459. 2001
22 Biedenharn, D.S., Thorne, C.R., Soar, P.J., Hey, R.D., and Watson, C.C. (2000). Practical Guide to Effective Discharge Calculation. Submitted to J. Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, June. 2000
21 Biedenharn, D.S., Thorne, C.R., and Watson, C.C. (2000). Recent Morphological Evolution of the Lower Mississippi River. Geomophology, Vol. 34, pp. 227-249. 2000
20 Johnson, B.E., Julien, P.Y., Molnar, D.K., and Watson, C.C. (2000). The Two-Dimensional Upland Erosional Model CASC2D-SED. J.Am. Water Resources Association, Vol. 36, No. 1, February, pp. 31-42. 2000
19 Bledsoe, B.P., and Watson, C.C. (2000). Relationships Between Incision, Braiding, Regime Shifts, and Stream Power in Sand Bed Channels. Submitted to the J. Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, June. 2000
18 Watson, C.C. ASCE Task Committee on Hydraulics, Bank Mechanics, and Modeling of River Width Adjustment (1999). River Width Adjustment. I: Processes and Mechanisms. J. Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 124, No. 9, September, pp. 881-902. (Member of Task Committee). 1999
17 Watson, C.C., Walters, R.W., and Hogan, S.A. (1999). Closure of Aeration Performance Testing of Low Drop Weirs. J. Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 125, No.6, June, pp. 667-668. 1999
16 Watson, C.C.and Biedenharn, D.S. (1999). Discussion of Characterization of Stream Meanders for Stream Restoration. J. Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 125, No. 2, February, pp. 216. 1999
15 Watson, C.C. ASCE Task Committee on Hydraulics, Bank Mechanics, and Modeling of River Width Adjustment (1999). River Width Adjustment. II: Modeling. J. Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 124, No. 9, September, pp. 903-917. (Member of Task Committee). 1999
14 Watson, C.C., Walters, R.W., and Hogan, S.A., (1998). Aeration Performance Testing of Low Drop Weirs. J. Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 124, No. 1, January, pp. 65-71. 1998
13 Gessler, D., Gessler, J., and Watson, C.C. (1998). Prediction of Discontinuity in State-Discharge Rating Curves. J. Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol.124, No. 3, March, pp. 243-252. 1998
12 Watson, C.C., Abt, S.R., and Derrick, D. (1997). Willow Post Bank Stabilizaiton. J. American Water Resources Association, Vol. 33, No. 2, pp. 293-300. 1997
11 Biedenharn, D.S., and Watson, C.C. (1997). Stage Adjustment in the Lower Mississippi River, USA. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management, Vol.13, No. 6, January, pp. 517-536. 1997
10 Peters, M.R., Abt, S.R., Watson, C.C., Fischenich, J.C., and Nestler, J.M. (1995). Assessment of Restored Riverine Habitat Using RCHARC. Water Resources Bulletin, AWRA, Vol. 31, No. 4, August, pp. 745-752. 1995
9 Milhous, R.T., Hogan, S.A., Abt, S.R., and Watson, C.C. (1995). Sampling Riverbed Material: The Barrel Sampler. Rivers, Vol. 5, No. 4, October, pp. 239-249. 1995
8 Watson, C.C. (1995). Strategic Planning for Higher Education. J. Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, Vol. 121, No. 3, July, pp. 187-190. 1995
7 Abt, S.R., Hamilton, G.B., Watson, C.C., and Smith, J. (1994). RipRap Sizing for Modified Ars-Type Basin. J. Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 120, No. 2, pp. 260-267. 1994
6 Johns, D.D., Abt, S.R., Watson, C.C., and Combs, P.G. (1993). Riprap Sizing for the Ars-Type Low Drop Stilling Basin. J. Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 119, No. 8, August, pp.938-948. 1993
5 Abt, S.R., Peterson, M.R., Watson, C.C., and Hogan, S.A. (1992). Analysis of the Ars Low Drop Grade Control Structure. J. Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 118, No. 10, October, pp. 1424-1434. 1992
4 Harvey, M.D., and Watson, C.C. (1988). Channel Response to Grade-Control Structures on Muddy Creek, Mississippi. Regulated Rivers; Research and Management, Vol.2, pp. 79-92. 1988
3 Harvey, M.D., Watson, C.C., and Schumm, S.A. (1986). Fluvial Processes and Morphological Thresholds in Incised Channel Restoration. Water Resources Bulletin, AWRA, Vol. 22, No. 3, pp. 359-368. Reprinted In: Engineering Considerations in Small Stream Management (Jackson, W. L., Ed.), AWRA Monograph Series, No. 6. 1986
2 Harvey, M.D., Watson, C.C., and Schumm, S.A. (1982). A Geomorphic Approach to Channel Rehabiliation. Geological Society of America (Abs.), Vol. 15, No. 7, pp. 592. 1982
1 Harvey, M.D., Watson, C.C., and Schumm, S.A. (1982). The Utility of Geomorphic Studies in Incised Channel Rehabilitation. J. Soil and Water Conservation. 1982
 

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CEE Vlachos

Evan C. Vlachos

Emeritus Professor
Department of Sociology

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Office Location: Clark B240
Phone: (970) 491-6089
Fax: (970) 491-2191
Email: evlachos@engr.colostate.edu

Evan C. Vlachos

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Evan C. Vlachos

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