Environmental & Engineering Geoscience

Papers
(The TQCC of Environmental & Engineering Geoscience is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Observations and Analyses of the 9 January 2018 Debris-Flow Disaster, Santa Barbara County, California21
Debris-Flow Hazard Assessments: A Practitioner's View19
Combining Instrumental Monitoring and High-Resolution Topography for Estimating Sediment Yield in a Debris-Flow Catchment18
Monitoring Debris-Flow Surges and Triggering Rainfall at the Lattenbach Creek, Austria12
Time Since Burning and Rainfall Characteristics Impact Post-Fire Debris-Flow Initiation and Magnitude8
Water and Sediment Supply Requirements for Post-Wildfire Debris Flows in the Western United States8
Experimental Investigation on the Impact Dynamics of Saturated Granular Flows on Rigid Barriers7
Using High Sample Rate Lidar to Measure Debris-Flow Velocity and Surface Geometry7
A Robust and Efficient Method of Designing Piles for Landslide Stabilization7
Debris-Flow and Debris-Flood Susceptibility Mapping for Geohazard Risk Prioritization7
Impact of Debris Flows on Filter Barriers: Analysis Based on Site Monitoring Data6
The Effects of Particle Segregation on Debris Flow Fluidity Over a Rigid Bed4
Monitoring of Rainfall and Soil Moisture at the Rebaixader Catchment (Central Pyrenees)4
Rainfall Triggering of Post-Fire Debris Flows over a 28-Year Period near El Portal, California, USA4
Landslide Mapping Using Multiscale LiDAR Digital Elevation Models4
Investigation of Physicochemical Changes of Soft Clay around Deep Geopolymer Columns3
Geoprocessing Techniques for the Visualization of Subsurface Geologic Data in Geographic Information Systems3
Responses to Landslides and Landslide Mapping on the Blue Ridge Escarpment, Polk County, North Carolina, USA3
Unearthing Underground Mining–Induced Strata Disturbance by Electrical Resistivity Tomography Interpretation3
Common Spring Types in the Valley and Ridge Province: There Is More than Karst3
Factors Contributing to Landslide Susceptibility of the Kope Formation, Cincinnati, Ohio3
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