Lab 4 Course Material
- GEOL Lab 4 Assignment (pdf) Mad River River
- Rick Allmendinger’s stereonet program: Stereonet 9 (Cornell)
- Visible Geology stereonet program: Visible Steronet
- Bevenger, Gregory S.; King, Rudy M., 1995. A pebble count procedure for assessing watershed cumulative effects. Res. Pap. RM-RP-319. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. 17 p. (pdf)
- Buffington, J.M., Montgomery, D.R., 2013. Geomorphic classification of rivers. In: Schroder, J. (Editor in Chief), Wohl, E. (Ed.), Treatise on Geomorphology. Academic Press, San Diego, CA, vol. 9, Fluvial Geomorphology, p. 730–767. (pdf)
- Bunte, K. and Abt, S. R. 2001. Sampling surface and subsurface particle-size distributions in wadable gravel- and cobble-bed streams for analyses in sediment transport, hydraulics, and streambed monitoring. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-74. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 428 p. (pdf)
- Church, M., 2002., Geomorphic thresholds in riverine landscapes. Freshwater Biology 47, p. 541–557. (pdf)
- Rosgen, D.L., 1994. A classification of natural rivers. Catena 21: 169-199. (pdf)
Field Trip Photos
- The mp4 version of this video is higher resolution.
- Here is the link to the mp4 file embedded below (to download if you cannot view the embedded video. (51 MB mp4)
- Here is the YT link to the embedded video below. This video shows one how to plot the particle size data associated with this lab.
- YT link: how to set up a stereonet.
- YT link: to the embedded video below about plotting planes.
- YT link: to the embedded video below about plotting poles to planes.
- YT link: overview of plotting on stereonets.
Geological Society of America Timescale (click on image to download pdf file).