David R. Butler
David R. Butler
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Zoogeomorphology: animals as geomorphic agents
DR Butler
Cambridge University Press, 1995
5131995
The geomorphic influences of beaver dams and failures of beaver dams
DR Butler, GP Malanson
Geomorphology 71 (1-2), 48-60, 2005
2692005
An overview of scale, pattern, process relationships in geomorphology: a remote sensing and GIS perspective
SJ Walsh, DR Butler, GP Malanson
Geomorphology 21 (3-4), 183-205, 1998
2591998
Sedimentation rates and patterns in beaver ponds in a mountain environment
DR Butler, GP Malanson
Geomorphology 13 (1-4), 255-269, 1995
2001995
Recognition and assessment of error in geographic information systems
DR Lightfoot, DR Butler
Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 53 (10), 1423-1430, 1987
1961987
Tree rings and natural hazards: a state-of-art
M Stoffel, M Bollschweiler, DR Butler, BH Luckman
Springer Science & Business Media, 2010
1772010
Alpine treeline of western North America: linking organism-to-landscape dynamics
GP Malanson, DR Butler, DB Fagre, SJ Walsh, DF Tomback, LD Daniels, ...
Physical Geography 28 (5), 378-396, 2007
1752007
Influence of snow patterns and snow avalanches on the alpine treeline ecotone
SJ Walsh, DR Butler, TR Allen, GP Malanson
Journal of Vegetation Science 5 (5), 657-672, 1994
1601994
Snow avalanche path terrain and vegetation, Glacier National Park, Montana
DR Butler
Arctic and Alpine Research 11 (1), 17-32, 1979
1461979
Topographic shelter and conifer establishment and mortality in an alpine environment, Glacier National Park, Montana
LM Resler, DR Butler, GP Malanson
Physical Geography 26 (2), 112-125, 2005
1402005
A history of high-magnitude snow avalanches, southern Glacier National Park, Montana, USA
DR Butler, GP Malanson
Mountain Research and Development, 175-182, 1985
1221985
Mass movements and tree rings: A guide to dendrogeomorphic field sampling and dating
M Stoffel, DR Butler, C Corona
Geomorphology 200, 106-120, 2013
1202013
Influences of geomorphology and geology on alpine treeline in the American West—More important than climatic influences?
DR Butler, GP Malanson, SJ Walsh, DB Fagre
Physical Geography 28 (5), 434-450, 2007
1162007
Mountain treelines: a roadmap for research orientation
GP Malanson, LM Resler, MY Bader, FK Holtmeier, DR Butler, DJ Weiss, ...
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 43 (2), 167-177, 2011
1022011
Dendrogeomorphology and high-magnitude snow avalanches: a review and case study
DR Butler, CF Sawyer
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 8 (2), 303-309, 2008
962008
Lithologic, structural, and topographic influences on snow‐avalanche path location, Eastern Glacier National Park, Montana
DR Butler, SJ Walsh
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 80 (3), 362-378, 1990
951990
Stability of alpine treeline in Glacier National Park
DR Butler, GP Malanson, DM Cairns
Montana, USA. Phytocoenologia 22 (4), 485-500, 1994
921994
Hydrogeomorphic effects of beaver dams in Glacier National Park, Montana
RK Meentemeyer, DR Butler
Physical Geography 20 (5), 436-446, 1999
891999
Site characteristics of debris flows and their relationship to alpine treeline
DR Butler, SJ Walsh
Physical Geography 15 (2), 181-199, 1994
811994
The grizzly bear as an erosional agent in mountainous terrain
DR Butler
Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie 36 (2), 179-189, 1992
771992
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