||Tullos, D., M. Schwar, D. W. Baker, J. Schwartz, J. Crowe Curran (2021). “Enhancing resilience of river restoration and design under climate change.” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering,47(3) Read this online
||Bestgen, K. R., N. L. Poff, B. P. Bledsoe, D. W. Baker, D. M. Merritt, M. Lorie, G. T. Auble, J. S. Sanderson, and B. C. Kondratieff. (2019). “Designing flow to enhance ecosystem functioning in heavily altered rivers.” Ecological Applications Read this online
||Mueller, Price, J., B. P. Bledsoe and D. W. Baker. (2016). “Effects of passive and structural stream restoration approaches on transient storage and nitrate uptake.” River Research and Applications. Read this online
||Mueller Price, J., B. P. Bledsoe and D. W. Baker. (2015). “Influences of Sudden Changes in Discharge and Physical Stream Characteristics on Transient Storage and Nitrate Uptake in an Urban Stream.” Hydrological Process, 29(6), 1466-79 Read this online
||Niezgoda, S.L., P. R. Wilcock, D. W. Baker, J. M. Price, J. M. Castro, J. C. C. T. Wynn- Thompson, J S. Schwartz and F. D. Shields, Jr. (2014). “Defining a stream restoration body of knowlesge as a basis for national certification.” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 140(2), 123-36 Read this online
||Baker, D. W., B.P. Bledsoe and J. Mueller Price. (2012). “Nitrate uptake and transient storage over a gradient of geomorphic complexity.” north-central Colorado, USA, Hydrological Processes 26:3241-52. .
||Laub, B.G., Baker, D. W., Palmer, M.A. and Bledsoe, B.P. (2012). “Range of Variability of channel complexity in urban, restored and forested reference streams.” Freshwater Biology 57(5), 1076–1095.
||Baker, D. W., B. P. Bledsoe, C. M. Albano and N. L Poff, (2011). “Downstream effects of diversion dams on sediment and hydraulic conditions of Rocky Mountain streams.” River Research and Applications, 27(3), 388-401.
||Cahoom, J., D. W. Baker and J. Carson, (2002). “Factors for rating the condition of culverts for repair or replacement needs.” Transportation Research Record No.1814, Design of Structures: 197-202.