Key Publications

Doyle, M.W., J. Singh, R. Lave and M.M. Robertson (2015). The morphology of streams restored for market and nonmarket purposes: insights from a mixed natural-social science approach. Water Resources Research, doi: 10.1002/2015WR017030.

Doyle, M.W., L. Patterson, Y. Chen, K. Schnier, and A.J. Yates (2014). The optimal scale of markets for water quality trading. Water Resources Research, doi: 10.1002/2014WR015395.

Doyle (2012). America’s rivers and the American experiment. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 1-18: doi: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2012.00652.x.

Doyle and Bernhardt (2011). What is a stream? Environmental Science and Technology 45: 354-359.

Doyle and Ensign (2009). Alternative reference frames in river systems science. BioScience 59: 499-510.

Doyle et al. (2008). Aging infrastructure and ecosystem restoration. Science 319(5861): 286-287.

Doyle et al. (2005). Effective discharge analysis of ecological processes in streams. Water Resources Research, 41, W1141, doi: 10.1029/2005WR004222.

Doyle et al. (2003), Channel adjustments following two dam removals in Wisconsin.  Water Resources Research.  39(1), 1011, doi: 10.1029/2002WR001714.

Major Works

Doyle, M.W. The Source: How Rivers Shaped America and America Reshaped its Rivers. WW Norton (to be released February, 2018). 

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles  

100. Doyle, M.W., J. Singh, R. Lave and M.M. Robertson (2015). The morphology of streams restored for market and nonmarket purposes: insights from a mixed natural-social science approach. Water Resources Research, doi: 10.1002/2015WR017030.

99. Ross, M., E.S. Bernhardt, M.W. Doyle and J. Heffernan (2015). Designer ecosystems: incorporating design approaches into applied ecology. Annual Review of Environment and Resources.

98. Podolak, C., and M.W. Doyle (2014). Reservoir sedimentation and storage capacity in the United States: Management needs for the 21st century. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering.

97. Doyle, M.W. and J. VonWindheim (2014). Environmental management strategy: Four forces analysis. Environmental Management.

96. Doyle, M.W., L. Patterson, Y. Chen, K. Schnier, and A.J. Yates (2014). The optimal scale of markets for water quality trading. Water Resources Research, doi: 10.1002/2014WR015395 [EEP].

95. Clay, P., J.D. Muehlbauer and M.W. Doyle (in press, 2014). The ecology of confluences in a montaine braided river. Freshwater Science. [RSS]

94. Podolak, C., and M.W. Doyle (2014). Conditional water rights in the western United States: introducing uncertainty in prior appropriation. Journal of the American Water Resources Association doi: 10.1111/jawr.12229. [EEP].

93. Miller, B.W. and M.W. Doyle (2014). Rangeland management and fluvial geomorphology in the Simanjiro Plains, Tanzania. Geomorphology 214: 366-377. [RSS]

92. Fuller, R.L., J. Dennison, S. Doyle, L. Levy, J. Owen, E. Shope, G. Swarr, L. Vo, K. Weichert, E. DiCesare and M.W. Doyle (2013). Influence of flood history and hydrology on transport of organic matter in a frequently flooded river. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 29(1): 37-51. [RSS]

91. Ensign, S.H., M.W. Doyle and M.F. Piehler (2013). The effect of tide on the hydrology and morphology of a freshwater river. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 38: 655-660. [RSS]

90. Muehlbauer, J.D., S.F. Collins, M.W. Doyle and K. Tockner (2014). Spatial extent of the potential “stream signature” in terrestrial food webs using meta-analysis. Ecology 95: 44-55. [RSS]

89. Sandt, C.J., and M.W. Doyle (2013). The hydrologic and economic feasibility of micro hydropower upfitting and integration of existing low-head dams in the United States. Energy Policy 63: 261-271. [EEP].

88. Meitzen, K.M., M.W. Doyle, M.C. Thoms, and C.E. Burns (2013). Geomorphology within the interdisciplinary science of environmental flows. Geomorphology 200: 143-154. [RSS]

87. Yates, A.J., M.W. Doyle, J.R. Rigby and K.E. Schnier (2013). Market power, private information, and the optimal scale of pollution permit markets for North Carolina’s Neuse River. Resource and Environmental Economics 35: 256-276. [EEP].

88. K. Schnier, Doyle, M.W., J.R. Rigby, and A.J. Yates (2014). Bilateral oligopoly in pollution permit markets: experimental evidence. Economic Inquiry 52(3): 1060-1079. [EEP]

85. Lutz, B. A. Lewis, and M.W. Doyle (2013). Generation, transport, and disposal of wastewater from natural gas development from the Marcellus shale region. Water Resources Research 49: 647-656. [RSS]

84. Patterson, L., B. Lutz, and M.W. Doyle (2013). Climate and direct human contributions to changes in mean annual streamflow in the South Atlantic, U.S. Water Resources Research 49(11): 7278-7291. [RSS]

83. Patterson, L., B. Lutz, and M.W. Doyle (2013). Characterization of drought in the South Atlantic, U.S. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 49: 1385-1397. [RSS]

82. Powers, S., J.P. Julian, M.W. Doyle and E.H. Stanley. Retention and transport of nutrients in a mature agricultural impoundment. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 118(1): 91-103. [RSS]

81. Doyle, M.W., R. Lave, M.M. Robertson and J. Ferguson (2013). River federalism. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 103: 290-298. [EEP]

80. Ensign, S.H., M.W. Doyle, and M. Piehler (2012). Tidal geomorphology affects phytoplankton at the transition from forested stream to tidal rivers. Freshwater Biology 57: 2141-2155. [RSS]

79. Robertson, M.M., T. BenDor, R. Lave, A. Riggsbee, J.B. Ruhl, and M.W. Doyle (2014). Stacking ecosystem services. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12: 186-193. [EEP].

78. Doyle, M.W. (2012). America’s rivers and the American experiment.  Journal of the American Water Resources Association 40: 820-837. [EEP/HIST]

77. Patterson, L., B. Lutz and M.W. Doyle (2012). Streamflow changes in the South Atlantic, United States during the mid and late 20th century. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 48: 1126-1138. [RSS]

76. Ensign, S.H., K. Siporin, M. Piehler and M.W. Doyle (2013). Hydrologic versus biogeochemical controls of denitrification in tidal freshwater wetlands. Estuaries and Coasts 36: 519-532. [RSS]

75. Doyle, M.W., and F.D. Shields (2012). Compensatory mitigation for streams under the Clean Water Act: Reassessing science and redirecting policy. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 48: 494-509. [EEP]

74. Chen, Y., Z. Zhang, S. Du, P. Shi, F. Tao, and M.W. Doyle (2011). Water quality changes in the world’s first special economic zone, Shenzhen, China. Water Resources Research 47, W11515, doi: 10.1029/2011R10491. [RSS]

73. BenDor, T., A. Riggsbee, and M.W. Doyle (2011). Risk and markets for ecosystem services. Environmental Science & Technology 45: 10322-10330. [EEP]

72. Muehlbauer, J., and M.W. Doyle (2012). Knickpoint effects on macroinvertebrates, sediment, and discharge in urban and forested streams: urbanization outweighs microscale habitat heterogeneity. Freshwater Science 31(2): 282-295. [RSS]

71. Muehlbauer, J. E.S. Bernhardt, and M.W. Doyle (2011). Marcoinvertebrate community responses to a dewatering disturbance gradient in a restored stream. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 7, 9599-9630, 2010, doi:10.5194/hessd-7-9599-2010. [RSS]

70. Kern, J., G.W. Characklis, M.W. Doyle, S. Blumsack, and R.B. Whisnant (2012). Influence of de-regulated electricity markets on hydropower generation and downstream flow regime. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 138: 342-355. [EEP]

69. Riggsbee, J.A., R.G. Wetzel and M.W. Doyle (2012). Physical and plant community controls on nitrogen and phosphorus leaching from impounded riverine wetlands following dam removal. River Research and Applications 28: 1439-1450.  [RSS].

68. Muehlbauer, J., and M.W. Doyle (2012). Benign use of salt slugs on aquatic macroinvertebrates: measuring discharge with salt during an aquatic ecology study. River Research and Applications 28: 1858-1863. [RSS]

67. Doyle, M.W., and E.S. Bernhardt (2011). What is a stream? Environmental Science and Technology 45: 354-359. [EEP]

66. Doyle, M.W., and M.J. Small (2012). Historical perspectives on stream restoration design in the U.S.A. Progress in Physical Geography 36: 138-153. [HIST]

65. Lave, R., M. Doyle, M. Robertson (2010). Privatizing stream restoration in the US. Social Studies of Science 40(5): 677-703. [EEP]

64. Ardon, M., J. Morse, M.W. Doyle, and E Bernhardt (2010). The water quality benefits of restoring a large agricultural wetland on the southeastern coastal plain. Ecosystems 13: 1060-1078  [RSS]

63. Hester, E.T., and M.W. Doyle (2011). Human impacts to river temperature and their effects on biological processes: a quantitative synthesis. Journal of American Water Resources Association 47: 571-587.  [RSS]

62. Julian, J.P., S.Z., Seegert, S.M. Powers, E.H. Stanley and M.W. Doyle (2010). Light as a first-order control on ecosystem structure in a temperate stream. Ecohydrology 4: 422-432. [RSS]

61. Ardon, M., S. Montanari, J.L. Morse, M.W. Doyle and E.S. Bernhardt (2010). Phosphorus export from a restored wetland ecosystem in response to natural and experimental hydrologic fluctuations. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 115, G04031, doi:10.1029/2009JG001169. [RSS]

60. Sholtes, J., and M.W. Doyle (2011). Effect of channel restoration on flood wave attenuation. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 137(2): 196-208. [RSS]

59. Riggsbee, J.A., R. Manners, J.P. Julian, M.W. Doyle, J. Muehlbauer, J. Sholtes, and M.J. Small. Influence of biotic processes on channel forms and processes. Geomorphology. [RSS]

58. Rauh, N.K., R.F. Townsend, M.C. Hoff, M.Dillon, M.W. Doyle, C. Ward, R. Rothaus, H. Caner, U. Akkemik, L. Wandsnider, S. Ozaner, and C. Dore (2009). Life in the Truck Lane: Urban development in Western Rough Cilicia. JOAI (Annual of the Austrian Archaeological Institute) Spring 2010: 253-312. [HIST]

57. Fuller, R.L., C. Griego, J.D. Muehlbauer, J. Dennison, and M.W. Doyle (2010). Response of stream macroinvertebrates in flow refugia and high scour areas to a series of floods: A reciprocal replacement study. JNABS 29: 750-760 [RSS]

56. Patterson, L., and M.W. Doyle (2011). Hyposographic demography across scale. Professional Geographer 63(4): 1-17. [EEP]

55. Fuller, R.L., S. Doyle, L. Levy, J. Owens, E. Shope, L. Vo, E. Wolyniak, M.J. Small and M.W. Doyle (2011).  Impact of regulated releases on periphyton and macroinvertebrate communities: the dynamic relationship between hydrology and geomorphology in frequently flooded rivers. River Research and Applications 27: 630-645. [RSS]

54. Doyle, M.W. and A. Yates (2010). Stream ecosystem service markets under no-net-loss regulation. Ecological Economics 69: 820-827[EEP]

53. Riggsbee, A., and M.W. Doyle (2009). Environmental markets: the power of regulation. Science 326: 1061. [EEP]

52. BenDor, T., and M.W. Doyle (2010), Planning for ecosystem service markets. Journal of the American Planning Association 76: 59-72. [EEP]

51. Havlick, D., and M.W. Doyle (2009). Restoration geographies. Ecological Restoration 27(3): 240-243. [EEP]

50. BenDor, T., J. Sholtes and M.W. Doyle (2009). Landscape characteristics of stream and wetland mitigation banking. Ecological Applications 19: 2078-2092. [EEP]

49. Doyle, M.W. and S.H. Ensign (2009). Alternative reference frames in river systems science. BioScience 59(6): 499-510. [RSS]

48. Orr, C.H., J.J. Clark, P.R. Wilcock, J.C. Finlay, and M.W. Doyle. Morphological and biologic control of limiting nutrient uptake in a field-scale flume (2009). Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 114, G02019, doi:10.1029/2008JG000825. [RSS]

47. Doyle, M.W., and D. Havlick (2009). Infrastructure in the environment. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 34: 349-373. [EEP]

46. Ensign, S.H., M. Piehler, and M.W. Doyle. (2009). Riparian zone denitrification affects nitrogen flux through a tidal freshwater river. Biogeochemistry 91: 133-150. [RSS]

45. Lave, R., M.M. Robertson, and M.W. Doyle (2008). Why you should pay attention to stream mitigation banking. Ecological Restoration 26:287-289. [EEP]

[chosen as one of 10 pivotal papers by Eitzel et al., (2011) in Restoration Ecology]

44. Patterson, L., and M.W. Doyle (2009). Assessing effectiveness of national flood policy through spatiotemporal monitoring of socioeconomic exposure. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 45:1-16. [EEP]

43. Craig, L.S., M.A. Palmer, D.C. Richardson, S. Filoso, E.S. Bernhardt, B.P. Bledsoe, M.W. Doyle, P.M. Groffman, B.A. Hassett, S.J. Kaushal, P.M. Mayer, S.M. Smith, and P.R. Wilcock (2008). Stream restoration strategies for reducing river nitrogen loads. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 6: 529-538. [RSS]

42. Julian, J.P., E.H. Stanley and M.W. Doyle (2008). Basin-scale consequences of agricultural land use on benthic light availability and primary production along a sixth-order temperate river. Ecosystems, 11:1091-1105.  [RSS]

41. Hester, E.T., and M.W. Doyle. (2009). The influence of in-stream geomorphic structures on stream temperature via induced hyporheic exchange, Limnology and Oceanography, 54: 355-367. [RSS]

40. Julian, J.P., M.W. Doyle and E.H. Stanley (2008). Optical water quality in rivers. Water Resources Research, vol 44, W10411, doi:10.1029/2007WR006457. [RSS]

39. Julian, J.P., M.W. Doyle, and E.H. Stanley (2008). Empirical modeling of light availability in rivers. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 113, G03022, doi: 1029/2007JG000601. [RSS]38. Riggsbee, A., C. Orr, D. Leech, M.W. Doyle and R. Wetzel (2008). Suspended sediments in river ecosystems: photochemical sources of dissolved organic carbon, dissolved organic nitrogen and adsorptive removal of dissolved iron. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences,113, doi:10.1029/2007JG000654. [RSS]

37. Doyle. M.W., E.H. Stanley, D.G. Havlick, M. Kaiser, G. Steinbauch, W.L. Graf, G.E. Galloway, J.A. Riggsbee (2008). Aging infrastructure and ecosystem restoration. Science 319(5861): 286-287. [EEP]

36. Small, M.J., M.W. Doyle, R. Fuller, and R. Manners (2008). Geomorphic vs hydrologic control on stream ecosystems: example using organic matter. Freshwater Biology 53: 1618-1631. [RSS]

35. Hester, E.T., and M.W. Doyle (2008). Efficacy of in-channel geomorphic structures for hyporheic exchange. Water Resources Research Vol 44, W03417, doi:10.1028/2006WR005810.  [RSS]

34. Doyle, M.W. and C. Shields (2008). A measure of discharge effectiveness over the entire flow distribution. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 33: 308-316.  [RSS]

33. Manners, R., and M.W. Doyle (2008). A mechanistic model of woody debris jam evolution and its application to wood-based restoration and management. River Research and Applications 24: 1104-1123. [RSS]

32. Riggsbee, A., J. Julian, M.W. Doyle and R. Wetzel (2007). Carbon and nitrogen loading during the dam removal process. Water Resources Research, Vol 43, W09414, doi: 101.1029/2006WR005318. [RSS]

31. Manners, R., M.W. Doyle, and M.J. Small (2007). Structure and hydraulics of natural woody debris jams. Water Resources Research 43, W06432, doi: 10.1029/2006WR004910. [RSS]

30. Doyle, M.W., F.D. Shields, K.F. Boyd, P.E. Skidmore, and D.E. Domminick (2007). Channel-forming discharge selection in river restoration design. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 133: 831-837. [RSS]

29. Renschler, C.S., M. Doyle and M. Thoms (2007). Geomorphology and ecosystems: Challenges and keys to success. Geomorphology 89: 1-8. [RSS]

28. Simon, A., M. Doyle, M. Kondolf, F.D. Shields, B. Rhoads, and M. McPhillips (2007). Critical evaluation of how the Rosgen Classification and associated natural channel design methods fail to integrate and quantify fluvial processes and channel response. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 43(5): 1-15. [EEP]

27. Post, D.M., M.W. Doyle, J.L. Sabo, and J.C. Finlay (2007). The problem of boundaries in defining ecosystems: a potential landmine for uniting geomorphology and ecology. Geomorphology: 111-126. [RSS]

26. Ensign, S.H., and M.W. Doyle (2006). Nutrient spiraling in streams and river networks. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, 111, G04009, doi: 10.1029/FG000114. [RSS]

25. Doyle, M.W., and E.H. Stanley (2006). Exploring links between fluvial geomorphology and nutrient-periphyton dynamics using simulation models. Annals of Assoc. of American Geographers 96(4): 687-698. [RSS]

24. Doyle, M.W. (2006). A heuristic model for potential geomorphic influences on trophic interactions in streams. Geomorphology, 77: 235-248. [RSS]

23. Fraser, F., M.W. Doyle and H. Young (2006). Creating effective flood mitigation policies. EOS 87(27): 265,270. [EEP]

22. Shields, F.D., E.J. Langendoen, and M.W. Doyle (2006). Adapting existing models to examine the effects of agricultural conservation programs on stream habitat quality. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 42(1): 25-33. [RSS]

21. Doyle, M.W., E.H. Stanley, D. Strayer, R. Jacobson, and J.C. Schmidt (2005). Effective discharge analysis of ecological processes in streams. Water Resources Research, 41, W1141, doi: 10.1029/2005WR004222. [RSS]

20. Doyle, M.W. (2005). Incorporating hydrology into nutrient spiraling theory. Journal of Geophysical Research 110, G01003, doi: 10.1029/2005JG000015. [RSS]

19. Ensign, S.E., and M.W. Doyle (2005). In-stream transient storage and associated nutrient retention: Evidence from experimental manipulations. Limnology and Oceanography, 50: 1740-1751. [RSS]

18. Doyle, M.W, E.H. Stanley, C.H. Orr, A.R. Selle, and J.M. Harbor (2005). Response of stream ecosystems to dam removal: Lessons from the heartland. Geomorphology 71: 227-244.

17. Doyle, M.W. and J. Julian (2005). The most cited works in geomorphology. Geomorphology 72: 238-249. [RSS]

16. Sethi, S.A., A.R. Selle, M.W. Doyle, E.H. Stanley, and H.E. Kitchel. 2004. Response of unionid mussels to dam removal in Koshkonong Creek, Wisconsin (USA). Hydrobiologia 525:157-165. [RSS]

15. Doyle, M.W., A.R. Selle, J.M. Stofleth, E.H. Stanley, and J.M. Harbor (2003). Predicting the depth of erosion following dam removal using a bank stability model. International Journal of Sediment Research, 18(2): 128-134.  [RSS]

14. Doyle, M.W., and J.M. Harbor (2003). Modeling the effect of form and profile adjustments on channel equilibrium timescales. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 28: 1271-1287. [RSS]

13. Doyle, M.W., E.H. Stanley, and J.M. Harbor (2003). Hydrogeomorphic controls on phosphorus retention in streams. Water Resources Research 36(6): 1147, doi: 10.1029/2003WR002038. [RSS]

12. Doyle, M.W., E.H. Stanley, and J.M. Harbor (2003), Channel adjustments following two dam removals in Wisconsin. Water Resources Research.  39(1), 1011, doi: 10.1029/2002WR001714. [RSS]

11. Shields, F.D., R.R. Copeland, P.C. Klingeman, M.W. Doyle, and A. Simon (2003). Sedimentation engineering for stream restoration: A Review. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 129(8): 575-584. [RSS]

10. Doyle, M.W, E.H. Stanley and J.M. Harbor (2003). Towards policies and decision-making for dam removal. Environmental Management 31(4): 453-465. [EEP]

9. Doyle, M.W., and J.M. Harbor (2003). A scaling approximation of equilibrium time-scales for sand-bed and gravel-bed rivers responding to base-level lowering, Geomorphology 54: 217-223. [RSS]

8. Myers-Kinzie, M., A. Space, C.F. Rich, and M.W. Doyle (2003). Relationship of unionid mussel occurrence to channel stability in urban streams. Internationale Vereiningung für Theoretische und angewandte Limnologie Verhandlungen 28(2): 822-826. [RSS]

7. Stanley, E.H., and M.W. Doyle (2003). Trading off: the ecological effects of dam removal. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1: 15-22. [RSS]

6. Doyle, M.W., E.H. Stanley, J.M. Harbor, and G.E. Grant (2003). Dam removal in the United States: Emerging Needs for Science and Policy, EOS 84(4): 29-33. [EEP]

5. Doyle, M.W., E.H. Stanley, and J.M. Harbor (2002). Geomorphic analogies for assessing probable channel response to dam removal. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 38(6): 1567-1579. [RSS]

4. Stanley, E.H., and M.W. Doyle (2002). A geomorphic perspective on nutrient retention following dam removal. BioScience 52(8): 693-701. [RSS]

3. Stanley, E.H., M.A. Luebke, M.W. Doyle, and D.W. Marshall. (2002). Short-term changes in channel form and macroinvertebrate communities following low-head dam removal in the Baraboo River, Wisconsin. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 21: 172-187. [RSS]

2. Doyle, M.W. and F.D. Shields, Jr. (2000). Incorporation of bed texture into a channel evolution model. Geomorphology 34: 291-309. [RSS]

1. Doyle, M.W., C.F. Rich, J.M. Harbor and A. Spacie (2000). Examining the effects of urbanization on streams using indicators of geomorphic stability. Physical Geography 21(2): 155-181. [RSS]

Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters

5. Doyle, M.W., and T. BenDor (2012). Freshwater ecosystem service markets. Pages 17-42 in B.D. Garner and R.T. Simmons, Aquanomics: Water Markets and the Environment. Transactions Publishers, New Brunswick, NJ. [EEP]

4. Doyle, M.W., and R.L. Fuller (2012). Quantitatively evaluating restoration scenarios for rivers with recreational flow releases. AGU Monograph: Stream Restoration in Dynamic Fluvial Systems.  [RSS]

3. Doyle, M.W., and E.H. Stanley (2011). Stream ecosystem response to dam removal. In Dam Removal, American Society of Civil Engineers Monograph. [RSS]

2. F.D. Shields, Jr., R.R. Copeland, P.C. Klingeman, M.W. Doyle and A. Simon (2008). River Restoration.  In Garcia, M. (ed.), Erosion and Sedimentation: ASCE’s Manual 54, 2nd Edition. [RSS]

1. Wilcock, P.R., J.C. Schmidt, M.G. Wolman, W.E. Dietrich, D. Dominick, M.W. Doyle, G.E. Grant, R.M. Iverson, D.R. Montgomery, T.C. Pierson, S.P. Schilling, and R.C. Wilson (2003). When Models Meet Managers: Examples from Geomorphology. In Wilcock, P.R. and R.M. Iverson (eds.), Prediction in Geomorphology. American Geophysical Union: 27-40. [EEP]

 

Law Reviews

1. Womble, P., and M.W. Doyle (2012). The geography of trading ecosystem services: case study in stream and wetland mitigation banking. Harvard Environmental Law Review 236: 229-296.

2. Doyle, M.W., and T. BenDor (2012, in press). Evolving law and policy of freshwater ecosystem service markets. William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review 36: 153-191.

3. Salzman, J., and M.W. Doyle (2014). Turning the world upside down: reference frames in fluid mechanics and environmental law. Environmental Law.

 

Editorials, Commentaries, and Non or Less Peer-reviewed

5. Womble, P., and M.W. Doyle (2010). Setting geographic service areas for compensatory mitigation. National Wetlands Newsletter Sept/Oct 18-23.

4. Beach, T., N. Dunning and M.W. Doyle. Geoarchaeology and geomorphology: Soils, sediments and societies. Geomorphology, 101: 413-415.

3. Doyle, M.W. (2007). The need for exit strategies. Issues in Science and Technology (National Academy of Sciences), Winter. [EEP]

2. Doyle, M.W., and M.M. Robertson (2007). Clouded Supreme Court decision necessitates geographic research. AAG Newsletter 42(1): 7. [EEP]

1. Renschler, C., M.W. Doyle, and M. Thoms (2006). Geomorphology and ecosystems: challenges and keys for success in bridging disciplines. Geomorphology vol 89: 1-8.

 

Discussions and Replies

5. BenDor, T., and M.W. Doyle (2010). The authors respond [Landscape characteristics of a stream and wetland mitigation program]. National Wetlands Newsletter, July/August, 21-23.

4. Shields, F.D., E.J. Langendoen, and M.W. Doyle (2006). Reply: Adapting existing models to examine the effects of agricultural conservation programs on stream habitat quality. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 42(6).

3. Doyle, M.W., E.H. Stanley and J.M. Harbor (2003). Reply to J.A. Thornton: Geomorphic analogies for assessing probable channel response to dam removal. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 39(5).

2. Doyle, M.W., and J.M. Harbor (2001). Discussion of ‘Rapid assessment of channel stability in vicinity of road crossing’ by Johnson, P.A., G.L. Gleason and R.D. Hey. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 126: 85-87.

1. Doyle, M.W., and J.M. Harbor (2000). Discussion of ‘Evaluation of Rosgen’s streambank erosion potential assessment in Northeast Oklahoma’, by R. Daren Harmel, C. T. Haan, and Russell C. Dutnell. The Journal of the American Water Resources Association 36(5): 1191-1192.

 

Book Reviews

5. Doyle, M.W. (2014). Review of “The Big Muddy.” Journal of Historical Geography, in press.

4. Doyle, M.W. (2006). Review of “River Channel Management. Geomorphology, 74: 322-323.

3. Doyle, M.W. (2005). Review of ‘River Processes.’ Geomorphology 65: 338-339.

2. Doyle, M.W. (2004). Review of ‘Gravel-bed Rivers 5’. Geomorphology 57: 437-439.

1. Doyle, M.W., and J.M. Harbor (2002). Review of ‘Dam Removal: Science and Decision Making’ by the Heinz Center Panel on Dam Removal. BioScience 52(8): 749-750.

 

Edited Books and Volumes

Renschler, C.S., M.W. Doyle, and M. Thoms, (2007). Geomorphology and Ecosystems. Geomorphology. vol 89, issue 1.

Urban, M., M. Daniels, and M.W. Doyle (2006). Linking Geomorphology and Ecology, Special issue of the journal Geomorphology, volume 77, issue 3.

Beach, T., M.W. Doyle, and N. Running (2008). Geomorphology and Archaeology: Soils, Sediment, and Societies. Special issue of the journal Geomorphology, vol 101, issue 3.