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*graduate student  **postdoctoral scholar

Canham H*, Lane B, Phillips C, Murphy B. Leveraging a time-series event separation method to untangle time-varying hydrologic controls influence on wildfire disturbed streamflow Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. [Preprint]

Rengers F et al. Evaluating post-wildfire debris flow rainfall thresholds and volume models at the 2020 Grizzly Creek Fire in Glenwood Canyon, Colorado, USA Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. [Preprint] 

Nogueira X*, Pasternack GB, Lane B, Sandoval-Solis S (2024). “Width undulation drives flow convergence routing in 5 flashy ephemeral river types across a dry summer subtropical region,” Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.

Margetts K*, Lane B, Crookston BM. 2023. Driftwood Accumulation and Passage at V- and I-Rock Weirs in Mountain Streams. Journal of Coastal and Hydraulic Structures, 3.

Lee A**, Lane B, and Pasternack GB. 2023. “Identifying key channel variability functions controlling ecohydraulic conditions using synthetic channel archetypes,” Ecohydrology.

Patterson NP*, Lane B, Persad G, Ortiz-Partida J, and Sandoval-Solis S. 2022. “Projected effects of temperature and precipitation variability change on streamflow patterns using a functional flows approach,” Earth's Future.

Jones A*, Horsburgh J, Bastidas C, Flint C, and Lane B. 2022. “Advancing hydroinformatics and water data science instruction: Community perspectives and online learning resources.” Frontiers in Water: Water and Hydrocomplexity.


Gallagher MA, Habib EH, Williams D, Lane B, Byrd J and Tarboton D. 2022. “Designing professional learning experiences to support hydrology and water resources faculty to create high-quality curricular materials.” Frontiers in Education: STEM Education.

Grantham T, Carlisle D, Lane B, Lusardi R, Obester A, Sandoval S, Stein E, Stanford B, Taniguchi K, Yarnell SM, and Zimmerman J. 2022. “Modeling Functional Flows in California’s Rivers,” Frontiers in Environmental Science. DOI: 10.3389/fenvs.2022.787473

Morgan B* and Lane B. 2022 "Quantifying uncertainty in regional flow – ecology relationships,” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0001533

Stein E, Zimmerman J, Yarnell SM, Stanford B, Lane B, Taniguchi K, Obester A, and Grantham T. 2021 “The California Environmental Flows Framework: Meeting the challenges of developing a large-scale environmental flows program,”

Frontiers in Environmental Science – Freshwater Science,

Byrne C**, Pasternack GB, Guillon H**, Lane B, Sandoval-Solis S. 2021. “Channel constriction predicts pool-riffle velocity reversals across landscapes,” Geophysical Research Letters. 10.1029/2021GL094378

Wineland S, Basagaoglu H, Fleming J, Friedman J, Garza-Diaz L, Kellog W, Koch J, Lane B, Mirchi A, Sandoval-Solis S, Paladino S, Nava L, Ortiz-Partida J, Plassin S, Gomez-Quiroga G, Saiz-Rodriguez R, Neeson T, Wagner K, Weber N, Wootten A. 2021. “The environmental flows implementation challenge: Insights and recommendations across water-limited systems,” WIRES-Water

Sandoval-Solis S, Paladino S, Garza-Diaz L, Nava L, Friedman J, Ortiz-Partida J, Plassin S, Gomez-Quiroga G, Koch J, Fleming J, Lane B, Wineland S, Mirchi A, Saiz-Rodriguez R, and Neeson T. “Environmental Flows in the Rio Grande - Rio Bravo Basin,” Ecology & Society, DOI: 10.5751/ES-12944-270120 

Lane B, Guillon H**, Byrne C**, Pasternack GB, Kasprak A, and Sandoval-Solis S. 2021. “Channel reach morphology and landscape properties are linked across a large heterogeneous region,” Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, DOI: 10.1002/esp.5246

Alger SM*, Lane B, and Neilson B. 2021. “Combined influences of irrigation diversions and associated subsurface return flows on river temperature in a semi-arid region.” Hydrological ProcessesDOI: 10.1002/hyp.14283

Lane B, Garousi I*, Gallagher M, Tarboton D, Habib E. 2021. “An open web-based module developed to advance data-driven hydrologic process learning.” Hydrological Processes, 

Merritt A*, Lane B, Hawkins CP. 2021. "Classification and prediction of natural streamflow regimes in arid regions of the USA." Water.

Beck, M.B., O’Hara, C., Lowndes, J., Mazor, R., Theroux, S., Gillett, D., Lane, B., Gearheart, G. 2020 "The importance of open science for biological assessment." PeerJ

Lane, B., Ortiz-Partida, J.P., & Sandoval-Solis, S. 2020. "Extending water resources performance metrics to river ecosystems." Ecological Indicators, 114, 106336.

Byrne, C.,  Pasternack, G., Guillon, H., Lane, B., Sandoval, S. 2020 "Reach-scale bankfull channel types can exist independently of catchment hydrology," Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.

Guillon, H., Byrne, C., Lane, B., Sandoval Solis, S., & Pasternack, G. 2020. "Machine learning predicts reach‐scale channel types from coarse‐scale geospatial data in a large river basin," Water Resources Research. 

Patterson, N., Lane, B., Sandoval-Solis, S., Pasternack, G.B., Yarnell, S., & Qiu, Y. 2020. "A hydrologic feature detection algorithm to quantify seasonal components of flow regimes," Journal of Hydrology

Yarnell, S., Stein, E.D., Webb, J.A., Grantham, T., Lusardi, R., Zimmerman, J., Peek, R., Lane, B., Howard, J. and Sandoval. S. 2019. "A functional flows approach to selecting ecologically relevant flow metrics for environmental flow applications," River Research and Applications. DOI: 10.1002/rra.3575

Lane, B. and Rosenberg, D.E. 2019. "Promoting instream flows in the changing western U.S.J. Water Resources Planning and Management. DOI:


Ortiz-Partida, J.P., Kahil, T., Ermolieva, T., Ermoliev, Y., Lane, B., Sandoval, S., Wada, Y. 2019. “A two-stage stochastic optimization for robust operation of multipurpose reservoirs.” Water Resources Management. DOI:

Lane, B., Sandoval-Solis, S., Stein, Eric D., Yarnell, Sarah H., Pasternack, G., and Dahlke, H. 2018. "Beyond metrics? The role of hydrologic baseline archetypes in environmental water management." Environmental Management. DOI: 10.1007/s00267-018-1077-7

Lane, B., Pasternack, G.B., and Sandoval-Solis, S. 2018. “Integrated analysis of flow, form, and function for river management and design testing." Ecohydrology. DOI:10.1002/eco.1969

Lane, B., Pasternack, G.B., Dahlke, H.E., and Sandoval-Solis, S. 2017. “The role of topographic variability in river channel classification.” Progress in Physical Geography. DOI: 10.1177/0309133317718133

Lane, B., Dahlke, H.E., Pasternack, G.B., and Sandoval-Solis, S. 2017. “Revealing the diversity of natural hydrologic regimes in California for future environmental flows applications.J. American Water Resources Association. DOI: 10.1111/1752-1688.12504

Ortiz-Partida, J.P, Lane, B. and Sandoval-Solis, S. 2016. “Economic effects of a reservoir re-operation policy in the Rio Grande/Bravo for integrated human and environmental water management.J. Hydrology: Regional Studies.

DOI: 10.1016/j.ejrh.2016.08.004

Porse, E., Sandoval-Solis, S. and Lane, B. 2015. “Integrating environmental flows into multi-objective reservoir management for a transboundary, water-scarce river basin: Rio Grande/Bravo.” Water Resources Management. 10.1007/s11269-015-0952-8.

Metzger, L., Lane, B., MacPhee, D., Kilanski, M., Kromann, J., Salvatierra, J., Setegn, S. 2015. “An International Perspective on the Basin Scale Water - Energy Nexus.” Sustainability of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM): Water Governance, Climate and Eco-hydrology, S. Setegn and M. Donoso (Ed.), 1st Edition, Springer, 320 p., ISBN 978-3-319-12193-2.​

Lane, B.A., Sandoval-Solis, S. and Porse, E. 2014. “Environmental flows in a human-dominated system: evaluating integrated water management strategies in the Rio Grande/Bravo Basin.” River Research and Applications. DOI:10.1002/rra.2804

Ai, X., Sandoval-Solis, S., Dahlke, H.E., and Lane, B.A. 2014. “IWRM for Environmental Flows and Hydropower.” River Research and Applications. DOI:10.1002/rra.2728.

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