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Understanding controls on flow permanence in intermittent rivers to aid ecological research: Integrating meteorology, geology and land cover
KH Costigan, KL Jaeger, CW Goss, KM Fritz, PC Goebel
Ecohydrology 9 (7), 1141-1153, 2016
1352016
Fragmentation and drying ratchet down Great Plains stream fish diversity
JS Perkin, KB Gido, KH Costigan, MD Daniels, ER Johnson
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 25 (5), 639-655, 2015
1232015
How big of an effect do small dams have? Using geomorphological footprints to quantify spatial impact of low-head dams and identify patterns of across-dam variation
JS Fencl, ME Mather, KH Costigan, MD Daniels
PLoS one 10 (11), e0141210, 2015
1072015
Flow regimes in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams
KH Costigan, MJ Kennard, C Leigh, E Sauquet, T Datry, AJ Boulton
Intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams, 51-78, 2017
1062017
Damming the prairie: Human alteration of Great Plains river regimes
KH Costigan, MD Daniels
Journal of Hydrology, 2012
1052012
An overview of the hydrology of non‐perennial rivers and streams
M Shanafield, SA Bourke, MA Zimmer, KH Costigan
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 8 (2), e1504, 2021
922021
Zero or not? Causes and consequences of zero‐flow stream gage readings
MA Zimmer, KE Kaiser, JR Blaszczak, SC Zipper, JC Hammond, KM Fritz, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7 (3), e1436, 2020
822020
Abiotic controls and temporal variability of river metabolism: multiyear analyses of Mississippi and Chattahoochee River data
WK Dodds, AM Veach, CM Ruffing, DM Larson, JL Fischer, KH Costigan
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1073-1087, 2013
812013
Assessing placement bias of the global river gauge network
CA Krabbenhoft, GH Allen, P Lin, SE Godsey, DC Allen, RM Burrows, ...
Nature Sustainability 5 (7), 586-592, 2022
672022
Spatial patterns and drivers of nonperennial flow regimes in the contiguous United States
JC Hammond, M Zimmer, M Shanafield, K Kaiser, SE Godsey, MC Mims, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 48 (2), e2020GL090794, 2021
662021
Pervasive changes in stream intermittency across the United States
SC Zipper, JC Hammond, M Shanafield, M Zimmer, T Datry, CN Jones, ...
Environmental Research Letters 16 (8), 084033, 2021
632021
What’s in a name? Patterns, trends, and suggestions for defining non-perennial rivers and streams
MH Busch, KH Costigan, KM Fritz, T Datry, CA Krabbenhoft, JC Hammond, ...
Water 12 (7), 1980, 2020
602020
Citizen scientists document long-term streamflow declines in intermittent rivers of the desert southwest, USA
DC Allen, DA Kopp, KH Costigan, T Datry, B Hugueny, DS Turner, ...
Freshwater Science 38 (2), 244-256, 2019
582019
Fundamental spatial and temporal disconnections in the hydrology of an intermittent prairie headwater network
KH Costigan, MD Daniels, WK Dodds
Journal of Hydrology 522, 305-316, 2015
522015
River ecosystem conceptual models and non‐perennial rivers: A critical review
DC Allen, T Datry, KS Boersma, MT Bogan, AJ Boulton, D Bruno, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7 (5), e1473, 2020
502020
Longitudinal variability in hydraulic geometry and substrate characteristics of a Great Plains sand-bed river
KH Costigan, MD Daniels, JS Perkin, KB Gido
Geomorphology 210, 48-58, 2014
372014
Large wood in central Appalachian headwater streams: controls on and potential changes to wood loads from infestation of hemlock woolly adelgid
KH Costigan, PJ Soltesz, KL Jaeger
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 40 (13), 1746-1763, 2015
292015
Reconceptualizing the hyporheic zone for nonperennial rivers and streams
AG DelVecchia, M Shanafield, MA Zimmer, MH Busch, CA Krabbenhoft, ...
Freshwater Science 41 (2), 167-182, 2022
132022
Science gets up to speed on dry rivers
M Shanafield, S Godsey, T Datry, R Hale, S Zipper, K Costigan, ...
Eos 101, 2020
112020
Channel morphology and flow structure of an abandoned channel under varying stages
KH Costigan, JE Gerken
Water Resources Research 52 (7), 5458-5472, 2016
112016
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