Roy C Sidle
Roy C Sidle
Director, Mountain Societies Research Institute, University of Central Asia
Email verificata su ucentralasia.org
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Understanding Processes and Downstream Linkages of Headwater Systems
T Gomi, RC Sidle, JS Richardson
BioScience 52 (10), 905-916, 2002
9222002
Processes, prediction, and land use
R Sidle, H Ochiai
Water resources monograph. American Geophysical Union, Washington, 2006
7822006
A distributed slope stability model for steep forested basins
W Wu, RC Sidle
Water resources research 31 (8), 2097-2110, 1995
7621995
Hillslope Stability and Land Use (Water Resources Monograph)
RC Sidle
Hillslope Stability and Land Use 11, 140, 1985
699*1985
Erosion processes in steep terrain—truths, myths, and uncertainties related to forest management in Southeast Asia
RC Sidle, AD Ziegler, JN Negishi, AR Nik, R Siew, F Turkelboom
Forest ecology and management 224 (1-2), 199-225, 2006
5692006
Stormflow generation in steep forested headwaters: a linked hydrogeomorphic paradigm
RC Sidle, Y Tsuboyama, S Noguchi, I Hosoda, M Fujieda, T Shimizu
Hydrological Processes 14 (3), 369-385, 2000
5122000
Desirable plant root traits for protecting natural and engineered slopes against landslides
A Stokes, C Atger, AG Bengough, T Fourcaud, RC Sidle
Plant and soil 324 (1), 1-30, 2009
4712009
A conceptual model of preferential flow systems in forested hillslopes: Evidence of self‐organization
RC Sidle, S Noguchi, Y Tsuboyama, K Laursen
Hydrological Processes 15 (10), 1675-1692, 2001
2852001
Recognition of debris flow, debris flood and flood hazard through watershed morphometrics
DJ Wilford, ME Sakals, JL Innes, RC Sidle, WA Bergerud
Landslides 1 (1), 61-66, 2004
2692004
The influence of plant root systems on subsurface flow: implications for slope stability
M Ghestem, RC Sidle, A Stokes
Bioscience 61 (11), 869-879, 2011
2622011
Flow and solute transport through the soil matrix and macropores of a hillslope segment
Y Tsuboyama, RC Sidle, S Noguchi, I Hosoda
Water Resources Research 30 (4), 879-890, 1994
2531994
A theoretical model of the effects of timber harvesting on slope stability
RC Sidle
Water Resources Research 28 (7), 1897-1910, 1992
2511992
Morphological characteristics of macropores and the distribution of preferential flow pathways in a forested slope segment
S Noguchi, Y Tsuboyama, RC Sidle, I Hosoda
Soil Science Society of America Journal 63 (5), 1413-1423, 1999
2361999
Changes in productivity and distribution of nutrients in a chronosequence at Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska
BT Bormann, RC Sidle
The Journal of Ecology, 561-578, 1990
2191990
Sediment pathways in a tropical forest: effects of logging roads and skid trails
RC Sidle, S Sasaki, M Otsuki, S Noguchi, A Rahim Nik
Hydrological Processes 18 (4), 703-720, 2004
1932004
Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH)–a community perspective
G Blöschl, MFP Bierkens, A Chambel, C Cudennec, G Destouni, A Fiori, ...
Hydrological sciences journal 64 (10), 1141-1158, 2019
1842019
Analysis of a small debris slide in coastal Alaska
RC Sidle, DN Swanston
Canadian Geotechnical Journal 19 (2), 167-174, 1982
1701982
Dynamic runoff connectivity of overland flow on steep forested hillslopes: Scale effects and runoff transfer
T Gomi, RC Sidle, S Miyata, K Kosugi, Y Onda
Water Resources Research 44 (8), 2008
1622008
Effects of forest harvesting on the occurrence of landslides and debris flows in steep terrain of central Japan
F Imaizumi, RC Sidle, R Kamei
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2008
1592008
A conceptual model of changes in root cohesion in response to vegetation management
RC Sidle
Journal of environmental quality 20 (1), 43-52, 1991
1501991
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