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Riparian deforestation, stream narrowing, and loss of stream ecosystem services
BW Sweeney, TL Bott, JK Jackson, LA Kaplan, JD Newbold, LJ Standley, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (39), 14132-14137, 2004
8182004
Twenty-six key research questions in urban stream ecology: an assessment of the state of the science
SJ Wenger, AH Roy, CR Jackson, ES Bernhardt, TL Carter, S Filoso, ...
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28 (4), 1080-1098, 2009
4792009
Comparing gravel-bed rivers in paired urban and rural catchments of southeastern Pennsylvania
JE Pizzuto, WC Hession, M McBride
Geology 28 (1), 79-82, 2000
2782000
Effect of manure application on abundance of antibiotic resistance genes and their attenuation rates in soil: field-scale mass balance approach
N Fahrenfeld, K Knowlton, LA Krometis, WC Hession, K Xia, E Lipscomb, ...
Environmental science & technology 48 (5), 2643-2650, 2014
2272014
Influence of bank vegetation on channel morphology in rural and urban watersheds
WC Hession, JE Pizzuto, TE Johnson, RJ Horwitz
Geology 31 (2), 147-150, 2003
2152003
A geographic information system for targeting nonpoint-source agricultural pollution
WC Hession, VO Shanholtz
Journal of Soil and Water conservation 43 (3), 264-266, 1988
1861988
The influence of riparian vegetation on stream width, eastern Pennsylvania, USA
NE Allmendinger, JE Pizzuto, N Potter Jr, TE Johnson, WC Hession
Geological Society of America Bulletin 117 (1-2), 229-243, 2005
1802005
Vegetative impacts on hydraulics and sediment processes across the fluvial system
JC Curran, WC Hession
Journal of Hydrology 505, 364-376, 2013
1402013
WIDTH OF STREAMS AND RIVERS IN RESPONSE TO VEGETATION, BANK MATERIAL, AND OTHER FACTORS1
RJ Anderson, BP Bledsoe, WC Hession
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 40 (5), 1159-1172, 2004
1262004
Understanding stream geomorphic state in relation to ecological integrity: evidence using habitat assessments and macroinvertebrates
S Mažeika, P Sullivan, MC Watzin, WC Hession
Environmental management 34, 669-683, 2004
1242004
Stormwater loadings of antibiotic resistance genes in an urban stream
E Garner, R Benitez, E von Wagoner, R Sawyer, E Schaberg, ...
Water research 123, 144-152, 2017
1222017
Flow patterns of dairy wastewater constructed wetlands in a cold climate
P Munoz, A Drizo, WC Hession
Water research 40 (17), 3209-3218, 2006
1192006
Terrestrial laser scanning for monitoring streambank retreat: Comparison with traditional surveying techniques
JP Resop, WC Hession
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 136 (10), 794-798, 2010
1052010
Ecological benefits of riparian reforestation in urban watersheds: study design and preliminary results
WC Hession, TE Johnson, DF Charles, DD Hart, RJ Horwitz, DA Kreeger, ...
Environmental monitoring and assessment 63, 211-222, 2000
852000
Two-phase uncertainty analysis: An example using the universal soil loss equation
WC Hession, DE Storm, CT Haan
Transactions of the ASAE 39 (4), 1309-1319, 1996
841996
The influence of riparian vegetation on near‐bank turbulence: A flume experiment
M McBride, WC Hession, DM Rizzo, DM Thompson
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2007
802007
WATERSHED IMPERVIOUSNESS IMPACTS ON STREAM CHANNEL CONDITION IN SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA1
CM Cianfrani, WC Hession, DM Rizzo
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 42 (4), 941-956, 2006
762006
Drone laser scanning for modeling riverscape topography and vegetation: Comparison with traditional aerial lidar
JP Resop, L Lehmann, WC Hession
Drones 3 (2), 35, 2019
702019
Influence of stream geomorphic condition on fish communities in Vermont, USA
SMP Sullivan, MC Watzin, WC Hession
Freshwater Biology 51 (10), 1811-1826, 2006
702006
Livestock exclusion influences on riparian vegetation, channel morphology, and benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages
SC Ranganath, WC Hession, TM Wynn
Journal of soil and water conservation 64 (1), 33-42, 2009
632009
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