- Legleiter, C.J. Calibrating river bathymetry by image-to-depth quantile transformation.
- Leonard, C.L., and Legleiter, C.J. Linking River Management-Induced Perturbationsof Hydrologic and Sediment Regimes to Geomorphic Processes Along a Highly-Dynamic Gravel-Bed River: Snake River, WY.
- Lea, D.M., and Legleiter, C.J. Refining measurements of lateral channel movement from image time series by quantifying spatial variations in registration error.
- Richardson, R., and Legleiter, C.J. Saving Salmon Through Advances in Fluvial Remote Sensing: Applying the Optimal Band Ratio Analysis (OBRA) for Bathymetric Mapping of Over 250 km of River Channel and Habitat Classification.
- Overstreet, B.T., Legleiter, C.J., Harrison, L., Pitcher, L., Ryan, J., Rennermalm, A., and Smith, L. Multiscale controls on water surface roughness and implications for remote sensing of rivers.
Fluvial Remote Sensing research group well-represented at Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union
The AGU conference is a popular, highly regarded venue for disseminating research findings from across a broad spectrum of Earth science. Five members of our team traveled to San Francisco and presented the posters listed below. Our work was well received and a good time was had by all.