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Chris DeRolph
Chris DeRolph
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A fish-eye view of riverine hydropower systems: the current understanding of the biological response to turbine passage
BM Pracheil, CR DeRolph, MP Schramm, MS Bevelhimer
Reviews in fish biology and fisheries 26, 153-167, 2016
1292016
A stream classification system for the conterminous United States
RA McManamay, CR DeRolph
Scientific Data 6 (1), 1-18, 2019
512019
A synthesis of environmental and recreational mitigation requirements at hydropower projects in the United States
M Schramm, M Bevelhimer, C DeRolph
Environmental Science & Policy 61, 87-96, 2016
432016
City energysheds and renewable energy in the United States
CR DeRolph, RA McManamay, AM Morton, SS Nair
Nature Sustainability 2 (5), 412-420, 2019
422019
US cities can manage national hydrology and biodiversity using local infrastructure policy
RA McManamay, S Surendran Nair, CR DeRolph, BL Ruddell, AM Morton, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (36), 9581-9586, 2017
302017
Evidence-based indicator approach to guide preliminary environmental impact assessments of hydropower development
RA McManamay, ES Parish, CR DeRolph, AM Witt, WL Graf, A Burtner
Journal of environmental management 265, 110489, 2020
282020
Spatially explicit land-energy-water future scenarios for cities: Guiding infrastructure transitions for urban sustainability
RA McManamay, CR DeRolph, S Surendran-Nair, M Allen-Dumas
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 112, 880-900, 2019
252019
A stream classification system to explore the physical habitat diversity and anthropogenic impacts in riverscapes of the eastern United States
RA McManamay, MJ Troia, CR DeRolph, A Olivero Sheldon, AR Barnett, ...
PloS one 13 (6), e0198439, 2018
252018
A traits-based approach for prioritizing species for monitoring and surrogacy selection
BM Pracheil, RA McManamay, MS Bevelhimer, CR DeRolph, GF Čada
Endangered Species Research 31, 243-258, 2016
252016
Bedrock architecture, soil texture, and hyporheic zone characterization combining electrical resistivity and induced polarization imaging
DF Rucker, CH Tsai, KC Carroll, S Brooks, EM Pierce, A Ulery, C Derolph
Journal of Applied Geophysics 188, 104306, 2021
232021
Review of environmental metrics used across multiple sectors and geographies to evaluate the effects of hydropower development
ES Parish, BM Pracheil, RA McManamay, SL Curd, CR DeRolph, ...
Applied Energy 238, 101-118, 2019
222019
The Economic Accessibility of CO2 Sequestration through Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) in the US
M Langholtz, I Busch, A Kasturi, MR Hilliard, J McFarlane, C Tsouris, ...
Land 9 (9), 299, 2020
212020
A Checklist of River Function Indicators for hydropower ecological assessment
BM Pracheil, RA McManamay, ES Parish, SL Curd, BT Smith, ...
Science of the total environment 687, 1245-1260, 2019
192019
Mercury content of sediments in east fork poplar creek: Current assessment and past trends
S Brooks, V Eller, J Dickson, J Earles, K Lowe, T Mehlhorn, T Olsen, ...
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, UT-Battelle, LLC, US Dept. of Energy, 2017
162017
Predicting fine‐scale distributions of peripheral aquatic species in headwater streams
CR DeRolph, SAC Nelson, TJ Kwak, EF Hain
Ecology and Evolution 5 (1), 152-163, 2015
132015
Mercury remediation technology development for lower east fork poplar creek—FY 2017 Progress Report
MJ Peterson, MA Mayes, SC Brooks, TJ Mathews, A Johs, LG Rodriguez, ...
Oak Ridge National Lab.(ORNL), Oak Ridge, TN (United States), 2018
12*2018
Will future climate change increase the risk of violating minimum flow and maximum temperature thresholds below dams in the Pacific Northwest?
HI Jager, AW King, S Gangrade, A Haines, C DeRolph, BS Naz, M Ashfaq
Climate risk management 21, 69-84, 2018
102018
Evaluation of lower East Fork Poplar Creek mercury sources
DB Watson, SC Brooks, TJ Mathews, MS Bevelhimer, C DeRolph, ...
Oak Ridge National Lab.(ORNL), Oak Ridge, TN (United States), 2016
102016
Sensor-equipped unmanned surface vehicle for high-resolution mapping of water quality in low-to mid-order streams
NA Griffiths, PS Levi, JS Riggs, CR DeRolph, AM Fortner, JK Richards
ACS ES&T Water 2 (3), 425-435, 2022
82022
Predicting environmental mitigation requirements for hydropower projects through the integration of biophysical and socio-political geographies
CR DeRolph, MP Schramm, MS Bevelhimer
Science of the Total Environment 566, 888-918, 2016
8*2016
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