RIPRAP-Riparian Research and Applications

Recent Papers from the University of Lethbridge Riparian Research Group


Kranjcec, J., J.M. Mahoney and S.B. Rood. 1998. The responses of three riparian cottonwood species to water table decline and implications for branch propagation. Forest Ecology and Management 110: 77-87. (10)

Rood, S.B. and J.M. Mahoney. 1996 River damming and riparian cottonwoods along the Marias River, Montana. Rivers. 5(3): 195-207. (24)

Polzin, M.L. and S.B. Rood. 2000 The impacts of damming and flow stabilization on riparian processes and cottonwoods along the Kootenay River. Rivers 7: 221-232. (4)

Rood, S.B. and J.M. Mahoney. 2000. Revised instream flow regulation enables cottonwood recruitment along the St. Mary River, Alberta. Rivers 7: 109-125. (11)

Rood, S.B., K. Taboulchanas, C.E. Bradley and A.R. Kalischuk. 1999. Influence of flow regulation on channel dynamics and riparian cottonwoods along the Bow River, Alberta. Rivers 7: 33-48. (8)

Rood, S.B., C. Gourley, E.M. Ammon, L. G. Heki,J. R. Klotz, M. L. Morrison, D. Mosley, G. G. Scoppettone, S. Swanson, and P. L. Wagner. 2003. Flows for floodplain forests: a successful riparian restoration. BioScience 53: 647-656 and cover. (5)