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Robert J. Hawley
Robert J. Hawley
Principal Scientist, Sustainable Streams, LLC
Verified email at sustainablestreams.com
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How do flow peaks and durations change in suburbanizing semi-arid watersheds? A southern California case study
RJ Hawley, BP Bledsoe
Journal of Hydrology 405 (1-2), 69-82, 2011
1142011
Channel Evolution Model of Semiarid Stream Response to Urban‐Induced Hydromodification
RJ Hawley, BP Bledsoe, ED Stein, BE Haines
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 48 (4), 722-744, 2012
822012
Addressing the urban stream disturbance regime
RJ Hawley, GJ Vietz
Freshwater Science 35 (1), 278-292, 2016
602016
Channel enlargement in semiarid suburbanizing watersheds: A southern California case study
RJ Hawley, BP Bledsoe
Journal of Hydrology 496, 17-30, 2013
592013
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
582016
Ecological resistance in urban streams: the role of natural and legacy attributes
RM Utz, KG Hopkins, L Beesley, DB Booth, RJ Hawley, ME Baker, ...
Freshwater Science 35 (1), 380-397, 2016
582016
Bed coarsening, riffle shortening, and channel enlargement in urbanizing watersheds, northern Kentucky, USA
RJ Hawley, KR MacMannis, MS Wooten
Geomorphology, 2013
522013
Framework and Tool for Rapid Assessment of Stream Susceptibility to Hydromodification
BP Bledsoe, ED Stein, RJ Hawley, D Booth
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 48 (4), 788-808, 2012
492012
Making Stream Restoration More Sustainable: A Geomorphically, Ecologically, and Socioeconomically Principled Approach to Bridge the Practice with the Science
RJ Hawley
BioScience, 2018
352018
When do macroinvertebrate communities of reference streams resemble urban streams? The biological relevance of Qcritical
RJ Hawley, MS Wooten, KR MacMannis, EV Fet
Freshwater Science 35 (3), 778-794, 2016
212016
How poor stormwater practices are shortening the life of our nation's infrastructure--recalibrating stormwater management for stream channel stability and infrastructure …
RJ Hawley, KR MacMannis, MS Wooten
World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2013: Showcasing the Future …, 2013
162013
Effects of urbanization on the hydrologic regimes and geomorphic stability of small streams in southern California
RJ Hawley
Colorado State University, 2009
162009
Stream channel classification and mapping systems: Implications for assessing susceptibility to hydromodification effects in southern California
BP Bledsoe, RJ Hawley, ED Stein
Southern California Coastal Water Research Project, 2008
162008
Detention outlet retrofit improves the functionality of existing detention basins by reducing erosive flows in receiving channels
RJ Hawley, JA Goodrich, NL Korth, CJ Rust, EV Fet, C Frye, ...
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 53 (5), 1032-1047, 2017
142017
Suburban stream erosion rates in northern Kentucky exceed reference channels by an order of magnitude and follow predictable trajectories of channel evolution
RJ Hawley, KR MacMannis, MS Wooten, EV Fet, NL Korth
Geomorphology, 2019
122019
Integrating stormwater controls designed for channel protection, water quality, and inflow/infiltration mitigation in two pilot watersheds to restore a more natural flow regime …
RJ Hawley, MS Wooten, BC Vatter, E Onderak, MJ Lachniet, T Schade, ...
Watershed Science Bulletin 3 (1), 25-37, 2012
82012
Urban stream renovation: incorporating societal objectives to achieve ecological improvements. Freshwater Science 35 (1): 364–379
RF Smith, RJ Hawley, MW Neale, GJ Vietz, E Diaz-Pascacio, J Herrmann, ...
72016
Protecting and managing stream morphology in urban catchments using WSUD
GJ Vietz, RJ Hawley
Approaches to Water Sensitive Urban Design, 249-267, 2019
62019
A regionally-calibrated approach to ‘channel protection controls’—how meeting new stormwater regulations can improve stream stability and protect urban infrastructure
RJ Hawley
Stormwater Symposium 2012, 2012
62012
Expanding catchment-scale hydrologic restoration in suburban watersheds via stream mitigation crediting—A Northern Kentucky (USA) case study
RJ Hawley
Urban Ecosystems 25 (1), 133-147, 2022
52022
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