Bibliography of Drainage Basin Studies

Howard, A.D., 1999, Simulation of Gully Erosion and Bistable Landforms, book chapter, in Incised River Channels, edited by S. Darby and A. Simon, John Wiley & Sons, p. 277-300 & plates.

Howard, A.D., 1998, Long profile development of bedrock channels: interaction of weathering, mass wasting, bed erosion, and sediment transport. In: Rivers over Rock: Fluvial Processes in Bedrock Channels, edited by E. Wohl and K. Tinkler, American Geophysical Union Monotraph 107, pp.297-319

Howard, A. D., 1997, Badland morphology and evolution: interpretation using a simulation model. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 22, 211-227.

Howard, A. D., 1997, Simulation of gully erosion and bistable landforms, Management of Landscapes Disturbed by Channel Incision, Langendoen, and F.D. Shields, Jr. (eds.), Oxford (Miss.), Cent. Comput. Hydrosci. Engr., U. Miss., 516-521..

Howard, A. D., 1994, A detachment-limited model of drainage basin evolution, Water Resources Research, vol. 30(7), p. 2261-2285.

Howard, A. D., 1990, Theoretical model of optimal drainage networks, Water Resources Research, vol. 26, p. 2107-2117.

Howard, A. D., 1990, Role of hypsometry and planform in basin hydrologic response, Hydrological Processes, vol. 4, p. 373-385.

Howard, A. D., 1971, Simulation model of stream capture. Geological Society of America Bulletin, vol. 82(5), p. 1355-1376.

Howard, A. D., 1971, Simulation model of stream networks by headward growth and branching, Geographical Analysis, vol. 3(10, p. 29-50.

Howard, A. D., 1971, Optimal angles of stream junction: geometeric, stability to capture, and minimum power crateria, Water Resources Research, vol. 7(4), p. 863-873.