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Michael Poulos
Michael Poulos
United States Bureau of Reclamation
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Forecasting the response of Earth’s surface to future climatic and land use changes: A review of methods and research needs: Earth’s Future, v. 3
JD Pelletier, AB Murray, JL Pierce, PR Bierman, DD Breshears, ...
doi 10 (1002), 220-251, 2015
122*2015
Forecasting the response of Earth's surface to future climatic and land use changes: A review of methods and research needs
JD Pelletier, A Brad Murray, JL Pierce, PR Bierman, DD Breshears, ...
Earth's Future 3 (7), 220-251, 2015
1212015
Hillslope asymmetry maps reveal widespread, multi‐scale organization
MJ Poulos, JL Pierce, AN Flores, SG Benner
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (6), 2012
842012
Which way do you lean? Using slope aspect variations to understand Critical Zone processes and feedbacks
JD Pelletier, GA Barron‐Gafford, H Gutiérrez‐Jurado, ELS Hinckley, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 43 (5), 1133-1154, 2018
802018
Post-war recovery of the African lion in response to large-scale ecosystem restoration
P Bouley, M Poulos, R Branco, NH Carter
Biological Conservation 227, 233-242, 2018
502018
Climate change, disease range shifts, and the future of the Africa lion
NH Carter, P Bouley, S Moore, M Poulos, J Bouyer, SL Pimm
Conservation Biology, 2018
172018
Form and function relationships revealed by long‐term research in a semiarid mountain catchment
JP McNamara, SG Benner, MJ Poulos, JL Pierce, DG Chandler, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 5 (2), e1267, 2018
152018
Alluvial fan depositional records from north and south-facing catchments in semi-arid montane terrain
MJ Poulos, JL Pierce
Quaternary Research 89 (1), 237-253, 2018
82018
Topographically moderated soil water seasons impact vegetation dynamics in semiarid mountain catchments: Illustrations from the Dry Creek Experimental Watershed, Idaho, USA
MJ Poulos, TJ Smith, SG Benner, JL Pierce, AN Flores, MS Seyfried, ...
Hydrological Processes 35 (12), e14421, 2021
52021
Feedbacks Among Climate, Soils, Vegetation, and Erosion Drive Valley Asymmetry Development in the Mountains of Central Idaho
MJ Poulos
42016
Soil Moisture and Temperature Along an Elevation, Paired-Aspect Transect, Dry Creek Experimental Watershed, SW Idaho, 2008-2018
SG Benner, JP McNamara, MJ Poulos, T Smith
12017
Microclimate influences on slope angles in the western US
MJ Poulos, JL Pierce, AN Flores, SG Benner
GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA 74 (12), A827-A827, 2010
12010
Drainage Basin Influences on Alluvial Fan Processes in the Lost River Range, Idaho
M Poulos
12009
Modeling the impacts of urbanization and climate on surface water diversions in a semi-arid basin to support water management
B Bittmann, KE Kaiser, MJ Poulos, AN Flores
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2022, H15B-04, 2022
2022
Systematic Mapping and Statistical Analyses of Valley Landform and Vegetation Asymmetries Across Hydroclimatic Gradients
MJ Poulos, JL Pierce, JP McNamara, AN Flores, SG Benner
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2015
2015
Who is in the Driver's Seat? Millennial-Scale Records of Wildfire in the Western USA Reveal a Complex Interplay of Climate, Fire, and Vegetation
JL Pierce, GA Meyer, E Bigio, N Nelson, MJ Poulos, S Jenkins, KE Riley, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2015
2015
Coupling the New with the Old: High-resolution Elevation Data and Radiocarbon Dating Yield Holocene Erosion Rates for Steep Mountainous Catchments
MJ Poulos, JL Pierce
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2014
2014
A Multi-Scale Assessment of How Topoclimate-Driven Ecohydrologic Feedbacks Impact Drainage Erosion, Incision and Expansion
MJ Poulos, JL Pierce, JP McNamara, AN Flores, SG Benner
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2013
2013
Semi-Arid Landscapes: The Canary in the Climate-Change Coalmine
JL Pierce, MJ Poulos
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2013
2013
Differences in Drainage Network Incision and Expansion Associated with Aspect-Related Variability in Soil Water Storage and Vegetation
MJ Poulos, JL Pierce, SG Benner, JP McNamara, AN Flores
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2012
2012
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