Roy C Sidle
Roy C Sidle
Director, Mountain Societies Research Institute, University of Central Asia
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Understanding Processes and Downstream Linkages of Headwater Systems
T Gomi, RC Sidle, JS Richardson
BioScience 52 (10), 905-916, 2002
Processes, prediction, and land use
R Sidle, H Ochiai
Water resources monograph. American Geophysical Union, Washington, 2006
A distributed slope stability model for steep forested basins
W Wu, RC Sidle
Water resources research 31 (8), 2097-2110, 1995
Hillslope Stability and Land Use (Water Resources Monograph)
RC Sidle
Hillslope Stability and Land Use 11, 140, 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
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
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
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
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
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
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
A theoretical model of the effects of timber harvesting on slope stability
RC Sidle
Water Resources Research 28 (7), 1897-1910, 1992
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
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
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
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
Analysis of a small debris slide in coastal Alaska
RC Sidle, DN Swanston
Canadian geotechnical journal 19 (2), 167-174, 1982
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
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
A conceptual model of changes in root cohesion in response to vegetation management
RC Sidle
Journal of environmental quality 20 (1), 43-52, 1991
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