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REFERENCES

Elliott, J.G., 2002, Bed-material entrainment potential, Roaring Fork River at Basalt, Colorado: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 02-4223, 33 p.

Elliott, J.G., and Hammack, L.A., 1999, Geomorphic and sedimentologic characteristics of alluvial reaches in the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Monument, Colorado: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 99-4082, 67 p.

Elliott, J.G., and Hammack, L.A., 2000, Entrainment of riparian gravel and cobbles in an alluvial reach of a regulated canyon river, regulated rivers: Research & Management, v. 16, p. 37-50.

Emmett, W.W., and Hadley, R.F., 1968, The Vigil Network -- Preservation and access of data: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 460-C, 21 p.

Kondolf, G.M., and Micheli, E.R., 1995, Evaluating stream restoration projects: New York, Springer-Verlag, Environmental Management, v. 19, no. 1, p. 1-15.

Miall, A.D., 1985, Architectural-element analysis– A new method of facies analysis applied to fluvial deposits. Earth-Science Reviews: v. 22, no. 4, p. 261-308.

Montgomery and Buffington, 1993, Channel classification, prediction of channel response, and assessment of channel condition. Report TFW-SH10-93-002 prepared for the SHAMW committee of the Washington State Timber/Fish/Wildlife Agreement, 84 pages plus figures.

Mosley, 1982, A procedure for characterizing river channels. Christchurch Water and Soil Science Centre, Ministry of Works and Development, Christchurch, New Zealand, Water and Soil Miscellaneous Publications no. 32, 67 p.

Rosgen, D.L., 1996, Applied river morphology: Pagosa Springs, Colorado, Wildland Hydrology, various pagination.

Whiting and Bradley, 1993, A process-based classification system for headwater streams: Earth surface Processes and Landforms, v. 18, p. 603-612.

Wolman, M.G., 1954, A method of sampling coarse river-bed material: American Geophysical Union Transactions, v. 35, p. 951-956.

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