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
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
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
An integral image approach to performing multi-scale topographic position analysis
JB Lindsay, JMH Cockburn, HAJ Russell
Geomorphology 245, 51-61, 2015
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
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
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
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
Evaluating metrics of local topographic position for multiscale geomorphometric analysis
DR Newman, JB Lindsay, JMH Cockburn
Geomorphology 312, 40-50, 2018
Monitoring ephemeral headwater streams: A paired‐sensor approach
R Bhamjee, JB Lindsay, J Cockburn
Hydrological Processes 30 (6), 888-898, 2016
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
A historical perspective of ice jams on the lower Mohawk River
JI Garver, JMH Cockburn
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
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
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
LiDAR DEM smoothing and the preservation of drainage features
JB Lindsay, A Francioni, JMH Cockburn
Remote Sensing 11 (16), 1926, 2019
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
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
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
Changes in the Hydrology of the Mohawk Watershed and implications for watershed management
JI Garver, JMH Cockburn
Mohawk Watershed Symposium, 16-21, 2011
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