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Fluvial process and the establishment of bottomland trees
ML Scott, JM Friedman, GT Auble
Geomorphology 14 (4), 327-339, 1996
5101996
Flood dependency of cottonwood establishment along the Missouri River, Montana, USA
ML Scott, GT Auble, JM Friedman
Ecological Applications 7 (2), 677-690, 1997
4781997
Relating riparian vegetation to present and future streamflows
GT Auble, JM Friedman, ML Scott
Ecological applications 4 (3), 544-554, 1994
4621994
Downstream effects of dams on channel geometry and bottomland vegetation: regional patterns in the Great Plains
JM Friedman, WR Osterkamp, ML Scott, GT Auble
Wetlands 18 (4), 619-633, 1998
3401998
Dominance of non-native riparian trees in western USA
JM Friedman, GT Auble, PB Shafroth, ML Scott, MF Merigliano, ...
Biological Invasions 7, 747-751, 2005
3172005
Extreme floods, channel change, and riparian forests along ephemeral streams
JM Friedman, VJ Lee
Ecological monographs 72 (3), 409-425, 2002
2532002
Channel narrowing and vegetation development following a Great Plains flood
JM Friedman, WR Osterkamp, WM Lewis Jr
Ecology 77 (7), 2167-2181, 1996
2431996
The role of vegetation and bed-level fluctuations in the process of channel narrowing
JM Friedman, WR Osterkamp, WM Lewis Jr
Geomorphology 14 (4), 341-351, 1996
2181996
Mortality of riparian box elder from sediment mobilization and extended inundation
JM Friedman, GT Auble
Regulated Rivers: Research & Management: An International Journal Devoted to …, 1999
1921999
Potential responses of riparian vegetation to dam removal: dam removal generally causes changes to aspects of the physical environment that influence the establishment and …
PB Shafroth, JM Friedman, GT Auble, ML Scott, JH Braatne
BioScience 52 (8), 703-712, 2002
1752002
Restoration of riparian forest using irrigation, artificial disturbance, and natural seedfall
JM Friedman, ML Scott, WM Lewis
Environmental Management 19, 547-557, 1995
1491995
Effects of salinity on establishment of Populus fremontii (cottonwood) and Tamarix ramosissima (saltcedar) in southwestern United States
PB Shafroth, JM Friedman, LS Ischinger
The Great Basin Naturalist, 58-65, 1995
1451995
Dating floodplain sediments using tree‐ring response to burial
JM Friedman, KR Vincent, PB Shafroth
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2005
1092005
Dating floodplain sediments using tree‐ring response to burial
JM Friedman, KR Vincent, PB Shafroth
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2005
1092005
Increased drought severity tracks warming in the United States’ largest river basin
JT Martin, GT Pederson, CA Woodhouse, ER Cook, GJ McCabe, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (21), 11328-11336, 2020
1022020
The disparity between extreme rainfall events and rare floods—with emphasis on the semi‐arid American West
WR Osterkamp, JM Friedman
Hydrological Processes 14 (16‐17), 2817-2829, 2000
932000
Use of individualistic streamflow-vegetation relations along the Fremont River, Utah, USA to assess impacts of flow alteration on wetland and riparian areas
GT Auble, ML Scott, JM Friedman
Wetlands 25 (1), 143-154, 2005
882005
Latitudinal variation in cold hardiness in introduced Tamarix and native Populus
JM Friedman, JE Roelle, JF Gaskin, AE Pepper, JR Manhart
Evolutionary Applications 1 (4), 598-607, 2008
872008
Modeling effects of bank friction and woody bank vegetation on channel flow and boundary shear stress in the Rio Puerco, New Mexico
ER Griffin, JW Kean, KR Vincent, JD Smith, JM Friedman
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 110 (F4), 2005
732005
Transverse and longitudinal variation in woody riparian vegetation along a montane river
JM Friedman, GT Auble, ED Andrews, G Kittel, RF Madole, ER Griffin, ...
Western North American Naturalist 66 (1), 78-91, 2006
722006
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