Jaclyn Cockburn
Jaclyn Cockburn
Department of Geography, University of Guelph
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A new method for visualizing sediment particle size distributions
BD Beierle, SF Lamoureux, JMH Cockburn, I Spooner
Journal of Paleolimnology 27 (2), 279-283, 2002
892002
Hydroclimate controls over seasonal sediment yield in two adjacent High Arctic watersheds
JMH Cockburn, SF Lamoureux
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 22 (12), 2013-2027, 2008
742008
Inflow and lake controls on short-term mass accumulation and sedimentary particle size in a High Arctic lake: implications for interpreting varved lacustrine sedimentary records
JMH Cockburn, SF Lamoureux
Journal of Paleolimnology 40 (3), 923-942, 2008
652008
An integral image approach to performing multi-scale topographic position analysis
JB Lindsay, JMH Cockburn, HAJ Russell
Geomorphology 245, 51-61, 2015
422015
Century-scale variability in late-summer rainfall events recorded over seven centuries in subannually laminated lacustrine sediments, White Pass, British Columbia
JMH Cockburn, SF Lamoureux
Quaternary Research 67 (2), 193-203, 2007
322007
An incidence of multi-year sediment storage on channel snowpack in the Canadian High Arctic
SF Lamoureux, DM McDonald, JMH Cockburn, MJ Lafrenière, ...
Arctic, 381-390, 2006
282006
It's time to recognize how men's careers benefit from sexually harassing women in academia
B Mansfield, R Lave, K McSweeney, A Bonds, J Cockburn, M Domosh, ...
Human Geography 12 (1), 82-87, 2019
192019
Sediment-assisted nutrient transfer from a small, no-till, tile drained watershed in Southwestern Ontario, Canada
B Molder, J Cockburn, A Berg, J Lindsay, K Woodrow
Agricultural Water Management 152, 31-40, 2015
162015
Evaluating metrics of local topographic position for multiscale geomorphometric analysis
DR Newman, JB Lindsay, JMH Cockburn
Geomorphology 312, 40-50, 2018
152018
Monitoring ephemeral headwater streams: A paired‐sensor approach
R Bhamjee, JB Lindsay, J Cockburn
Hydrological Processes 30 (6), 888-898, 2016
142016
Timing and climatic controls over Neoglacial expansion in the northern Coast Mountains, British Columbia, Canada
SF Lamoureux, JMH Cockburn
The Holocene 15 (4), 619-624, 2005
132005
A historical perspective of ice jams on the lower Mohawk River
JI Garver, JMH Cockburn
MOHAWK WATERSHED SYMPOSIUM, 2009
122009
Abrupt change in runoff on the north slope of the Catskill Mountains, NY, USA: Above average discharge in the last two decades
JMH Cockburn, JI Garver
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, 2015
112015
Tree-ring evidence linking late twentieth century changes in precipitation to slope instability, central New York state, USA
JMH Cockburn, M Vetta, JI Garver
Physical Geography 37 (2), 153-168, 2016
102016
Regional scale spatial and temporal variability of soil moisture in a prairie region
TT Burns, AA Berg, J Cockburn, E Tetlock
Hydrological Processes 30 (20), 3639-3649, 2016
92016
LiDAR DEM smoothing and the preservation of drainage features
JB Lindsay, A Francioni, JMH Cockburn
Remote Sensing 11 (16), 1926, 2019
82019
Flood map and volumetric calculation of the January 25th ice-jam flood using LiDAR and GIS
AE Marsellos, JI Garver, JMH Cockburn
Schenectady, NY. Proceedings from the Mohawk Symposium, 23-27, 2010
72010
Deploying action cameras to observe fish in shallow, ice-covered streams
L Davis, J Cockburn, PV Villard
Journal of Freshwater Ecology 32 (1), 193-198, 2017
62017
Assessing instream habitat suitability and hydraulic signatures of geomorphic units in a reconstructed single thread meandering channel
JMH Cockburn, PV Villard, C Hutton
Ecohydrology 9 (6), 1094-1104, 2016
52016
Changes in the Hydrology of the Mohawk Watershed and implications for watershed management
JI Garver, JMH Cockburn
Mohawk Watershed Symposium, 16-21, 2011
52011
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