Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Dr. Hawley’s recent article on improving the practice of stream restoration is featured on the cover of the July 2018 issue of BioScience.
Hawley R.J. 2018. Making stream restoration more sustainable: A geomorphically, ecologically, and socioeconomically principled approach to bridge the practice with the science. BioScience, 68(7): 517-528. Open Access »
Sengupta, A., Hawley, R.J., and Stein, E.D. 2018. Predicting hydromodification in streams using nonlinear memory-based algorithms in southern California streams. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 144(1): 04017079. Read article »
Hawley R.J., Goodrich, J.A., Korth, N.L., Rust, C.J., Fet, E.V., Frye, C., MacMannis, K.R., Wooten, M.S., Jacobs, M., and Sinha, R. 2017. Detention outlet retrofit device improves the functionality of existing detention basins by reducing erosive flows in receiving channels. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 53(5): 1032-1047. Read article »
Hawley R.J. and G.J. Vietz. 2016. Addressing the urban stream disturbance regime. Freshwater Science, 35(1): 278-292. Read article »
Hawley R.J., Wooten, M.S., MacMannis, K.R., and E.V. Fet. 2016. When do macroinvertebrate communities of reference streams resemble urban streams? The biological relevance of Q critical. Freshwater Science, 35(3): 778-794. Read article »
Smith, R.F., Hawley, R.J., Neale, M.W., Vietz, G.J., Diaz-Pascacio, E., Herrmann, J., Lovell, A.C., Prescott, C., Rios-Touma, B., Smith, B. and R.M. Utz. 2016. Urban stream renovation: incorporating societal objectives to achieve ecological improvements. Freshwater Science, 35(1): 364-379. Read article »
Utz, R.M., Hopkins, K., Beesley, L., Booth, D., Hawley, R.J., Baker, M., Freeman, M.C., and K. Jones. 2016. Ecological resistance in urban streams: the role of natural and legacy attributes. Freshwater Science, 35(1): 380-397. Read article »
Hawley, R.J. and B.P. Bledsoe. 2013. Channel enlargement in semi-arid suburbanizing watersheds: A Southern California case study. Journal of Hydrology, 496: 17-30.
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Hawley R.J., MacMannis, K.R., and M.S. Wooten. 2013. Bed coarsening, riffle shortening, and channel enlargement in urbanizing watersheds, northern Kentucky, USA. Geomorphology, 201: 111-126. Read article »
Bledsoe, B.P., Stein, E.D., Hawley, R.J., and D.B. Booth. 2012. Framework and tool for rapid assessment of stream susceptibility to hydromodification. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 48(4): 788-808. Read article »
Hawley, R.J., Bledsoe, B.P., Stein, E.D., and B.E. Haines. 2012. Channel evolution model of semiarid stream response to urban-induced hydromodification. Journal of the American Water Resources Association., 48(4): 722-744. Read article »
Hawley, R.J., Wooten, M.S., Vatter, B.C., Onderak, E., Lachniet, M .J., Schade, T., Grant, G., Groh, B., and J. DelVerne. 2012. Integrating stormwater controls designed for channel protection, water quality, and inflow/infiltration mitigation in two pilot watersheds to restore a more natural flow regime in urban streams. Watershed Science Bulletin, 3(1), 25-37. Read article »
Hawley, R.J. and B.P. Bledsoe. 2011. How do flow peaks and durations change in suburbanizing semi-arid watersheds? A southern California case study. Journal of Hydrology, 405 (1-2), 69-82. Read article »
Gibson, J.P. 2014. Testimony submitted to the United States Senate, Environment and Public Works Committee, Water and Wildlife Subcommittee. Hearing entitled, "Solving the Problem of Polluted Transportation Infrastructure Stormwater Runoff." May 13, 2014.
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Industry Media and News
Hawley, R., Lyons, J., Wolnitzek, G., and Lodor, M. 2015. Stream daylighting – A viable CSO mitigation strategy. World Water: Stormwater Management. Water Environment Federation, April/May 2015, p. 17-19. Read article »
WEF. 2012. Stream-channel Protection Requires Focus on more than Flow Magnitude. The Stormwater Report. Newsletter of the Water Environment Federation (WEF), 2(8). Read article »
Hawley, R.J. 2012. New Stormwater Regulations: 'Channel Protection Controls' — What Are They and What Do They Mean?Stream Lines. Newsletter of the KY-TN Water Environment Association, Spring/Summer 2012, p. 28-30. Read article »