Gregory Brian Pasternack
Gregory Brian Pasternack
Professor of Hydrology, University of California at Davis
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Application of a 2D hydrodynamic model to design of reach‐scale spawning gravel replenishment on the Mokelumne River, California
GB Pasternack, CL Wang, JE Merz
River Research and Applications 20 (2), 205-225, 2004
2012004
Volcanic lake systematics I. Physical constraints
GB Pasternack, JC Varekamp
Bulletin of volcanology 58 (7), 528-538, 1997
1661997
Volcanic lake systematics II. Chemical constraints
JC Varekamp, GB Pasternack, GL Rowe Jr
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 97 (1-4), 161-179, 2000
1532000
Spawning habitat rehabilitation‐I. Conceptual approach and methods
JM Wheaton, GB Pasternack, JE Merz
International Journal of River Basin Management 2 (1), 3-20, 2004
1482004
Flow convergence routing hypothesis for pool‐riffle maintenance in alluvial rivers
ML MacWilliams Jr, JM Wheaton, GB Pasternack, RL Street, PK Kitanidis
Water Resources Research 42 (10), 2006
1372006
Impact of historic land‐use change on sediment delivery to a Chesapeake Bay subestuarine delta
GB Pasternack, GS Brush, WB Hilgartner
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 26 (4), 409-427, 2001
1162001
Predicting benefits of spawning-habitat rehabilitation to salmonid (Oncorhynchus spp.) fry production in a regulated California river
JE Merz, JD Setka, GB Pasternack, JM Wheaton
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61 (8), 1433-1446, 2004
1092004
Sedimentation cycles in a river-mouth tidal freshwater marsh
GB Pasternack, GS Brush
Estuaries 21 (3), 407-415, 1998
1081998
Linking geomorphic changes to salmonid habitat at a scale relevant to fish
JM Wheaton, J Brasington, SE Darby, J Merz, GB Pasternack, D Sear, ...
River research and applications 26 (4), 469-486, 2010
1072010
Spawning habitat rehabilitation‐II. Using hypothesis development and testing in design, Mokelumne river, California, USA
JM Wheaton, GB Pasternack, JE Merz
International Journal of River Basin Management 2 (1), 21-37, 2004
1062004
Error propagation for velocity and shear stress prediction using 2D models for environmental management
GB Pasternack, AT Gilbert, JM Wheaton, EM Buckland
Journal of Hydrology 328 (1-2), 227-241, 2006
912006
Sediment budget for salmonid spawning habitat rehabilitation in a regulated river
JE Merz, GB Pasternack, JM Wheaton
Geomorphology 76 (1-2), 207-228, 2006
892006
Riffle-pool maintenance and flow convergence routing observed on a large gravel-bed river
AM Sawyer, GB Pasternack, HJ Moir, AA Fulton
Geomorphology 114 (3), 143-160, 2010
862010
The role of effective discharge in the ocean delivery of particulate organic carbon by small, mountainous river systems
RA Wheatcroft, MA Goñ i, JA Hatten, GB Pasternack, JA Warrick
Limnology and Oceanography 55 (1), 161-171, 2010
842010
Relationships between mesoscale morphological units, stream hydraulics and Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) spawning habitat on the Lower Yuba River, California
HJ Moir, GB Pasternack
Geomorphology 100 (3-4), 527-548, 2008
842008
Backwater control on riffle–pool hydraulics, fish habitat quality, and sediment transport regime in gravel-bed rivers
GB Pasternack, MK Bounrisavong, KK Parikh
Journal of Hydrology 357 (1-2), 125-139, 2008
822008
Hydrogen peroxide treatment effects on the particle size distribution of alluvial and marsh sediments
AB Gray, GB Pasternack, EB Watson
The Holocene 20 (2), 293-301, 2010
782010
Effects of LiDAR-derived, spatially distributed vegetation roughness on two-dimensional hydraulics in a gravel-cobble river at flows of 0.2 to 20 times bankfull
TR Abu-Aly, GB Pasternack, JR Wyrick, R Barker, D Massa, T Johnson
Geomorphology 206, 468-482, 2014
722014
Comparison of methods for analysing salmon habitat rehabilitation designs for regulated rivers
RA Brown, GB Pasternack
River Research and Applications 25 (6), 745-772, 2009
702009
Does the river run wild? Assessing chaos in hydrological systems
GB Pasternack
Advances in Water Resources 23 (3), 253-260, 1999
691999
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