Christopher Holmquist-Johnson - USGS (FORT)

Title: Hydrologist

FORT Affiliation: Aquatic Systems

Duty Station:
2150 Centre Ave
Bldg C
Fort Collins, CO 80526
Room 3022

Phone: 970-226-9382

Email: h-johnsonc@usgs.gov

      

      

Publications

Year Title Type
2011 Sensitivity analysis of data collection and aquatic habitat modeling techniques utilized at the Fort Collins Science Center [Poster] Presentation
2011 New Developments in Instream Flow Science and Tools at the Fort Collins Science Center [Poster] Presentation
2011 High throughput computing: A solution for scientific analysis Science Feature
2010 Development and application of a decision support system for water management investigations in the upper Yakima River, Washington Abstract
2010 Channel maintenance and flushing flows for the Klamath River below Iron Gate Dam Open-file Report
2009 Numerical analysis of the performance of river spanning rock structures: Evaluating effects of structure geometry on local hydraulics Abstract
2009 Bureau of Reclamation Automated Modified Einstein Procedure (BORAMEP) Program for Computing Total Sediment Discharge Report
2009 Relation between streamflow of Swiftcurrent Creek, Montana, and the geometry of passage for Bull Trout (Salvelinus confluentus) Scientific Investigations Report
2009 River Spanning Rock Structures Field Investigations 2008 Report
2007 Qualitative Evaluation of Rock Weir Field Performance and Failure Mechanisms Report
2007 Rock Ramp Design Guidelines Report
2006 Application of GSTAR-1D Sediment Transport Model on the Middle Rio Grande, NM – San Acacia Diversion Dam to Elephant Butte Reservoir Proceedings, Pages in
2006 Bureau of Reclamation Automated Modified Einstein Procedure (BORAMEP) Program for Computing Total Sediment Load Proceedings, Pages in
2004 Sediment Model for the Middle Rio Grande – Phase 1, San Acacia Diversion Dam to Elephant Butte Reservoir Report
2002 Computational methods for determining effective discharge in the Yazoo River Basin, Mississippi Thesis & Dissertation
2002 Computational Methods for Determining Effective Discharge in the Yazoo River Basin, Mississippi Abstract
2002 Development of design criteria for siting and spacing of grade control structures, Phase I Report
2000 Planning and Management Considerations for a Stream Field Reconnaissance Abstract
1999 Demonstration erosion control monitoring sites: 1999 evaluation Report

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