Geoff Vietz
Geoff Vietz
Research Fellow, Melbourne University
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Ecologically relevant geomorphic attributes of streams are impaired by even low levels of watershed effective imperviousness
GJ Vietz, MJ Sammonds, CJ Walsh, TD Fletcher, ID Rutherfurd, ...
Geomorphology 206, 67-78, 2014
Urban hydrogeomorphology and the urban stream syndrome: Treating the symptoms and causes of geomorphic change
GJ Vietz, CJ Walsh, TD Fletcher
Progress in Physical Geography 40 (3), 480-492, 2016
Thinking outside the channel: Challenges and opportunities for protection and restoration of stream morphology in urbanizing catchments
GJ Vietz, ID Rutherfurd, TD Fletcher, CJ Walsh
Landscape and Urban Planning 145, 34-44, 2016
Protection of stream ecosystems from urban stormwater runoff: The multiple benefits of an ecohydrological approach
TD Fletcher, G Vietz, CJ Walsh
Progress in Physical Geography 38 (5), 543-555, 2014
Global sediment yields from urban and urbanizing watersheds
KL Russell, GJ Vietz, TD Fletcher
Earth-Science Reviews 168, 73-80, 2017
Addressing the urban stream disturbance regime
RJ Hawley, GJ Vietz
Freshwater Science 35 (1), 278-292, 2016
Urban stream renovation: incorporating societal objectives to achieve ecological improvements
RF Smith, RJ Hawley, MW Neale, GJ Vietz, E Diaz-Pascacio, J Herrmann, ...
Freshwater Science 35 (1), 364-379, 2016
Factors that affect the hydraulic performance of raingardens: implications for design and maintenance
HK Virahsawmy, MJ Stewardson, G Vietz, TD Fletcher
Water science and technology 69 (5), 982-988, 2014
Effect of urbanization on stream hydraulics
DO Anim, TD Fletcher, GJ Vietz, GB Pasternack, MJ Burns
River Research and Applications 34 (7), 661-674, 2018
Impacts of flow regulation on slackwaters in river channels
GJ Vietz, MJ Sammonds, MJ Stewardson
Water Resources Research 49 (4), 1797-1811, 2013
Hydrodynamics and sedimentology of concave benches in a lowland river
GJ Vietz, ID Rutherfurd, MJ Stewardson, BL Finlayson
Geomorphology 147, 86-101, 2012
Can catchment-scale urban stormwater management measures benefit the stream hydraulic environment?
DO Anim, TD Fletcher, GB Pasternack, GJ Vietz, HP Duncan, MJ Burns
Journal of environmental management 233, 1-11, 2019
Variability in stream ecosystem response to urbanization: Unraveling the influences of physiography and urban land and water management
CJ Walsh, TD Fletcher, GJ Vietz
Progress in Physical Geography 40 (5), 714-731, 2016
Urban catchment runoff increases bedload sediment yield and particle size in stream channels
KL Russell, GJ Vietz, TD Fletcher
Anthropocene 23, 53-66, 2018
River bank erosion and the influence of environmental flow management
GJ Vietz, A Lintern, JA Webb, D Straccione
Environmental management 61 (3), 454-468, 2018
Commonwealth Environmental Water Office Long Term Intervention Monitoring Project: Goulburn River Selected Area evaluation report 2014-15
A Webb, S Casanelia, G Earl, M Grace, E King, W Koster, K Morris, ...
Report prepared for the Commonwealth Environmental Water Office, 2019
Urban sediment supply to streams from hillslope sources
KL Russell, GJ Vietz, TD Fletcher
Science of the Total Environment 653, 684-697, 2019
Restoring in‐stream habitat in urban catchments: Modify flow or the channel?
DO Anim, TD Fletcher, GJ Vietz, GB Pasternack, MJ Burns
Ecohydrology 12 (1), e2050, 2019
Not all benches are created equal: Proposing and field testing an in-channel river bench classification
GJ Vietz, ID Rutherfurd, MJ Stewardson
Proceedings of the 4th Australian Stream Management Conference, 2004
The feasibility of maintaining ecologically and geomorphically important elements of the natural flow regime in the context of a superabundance of flow
HP Duncan, TD Fletcher, G Vietz, M Urrutiaguer
Melbourne Water, Melbourne, 2014
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