2016 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2005 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Bruce L. Rhoads mainly investigates Hydrology, Fluvial, Flow, Geometry and Mechanics. His research integrates issues of Communication channel and Geomorphology in his study of Hydrology. His Fluvial study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hydrogeology, Sediment transport, Computational fluid dynamics and Computer simulation.
In his work, Shear, Optics and Shear layer is strongly intertwined with Convection, which is a subfield of Geometry. His Tributary course of study focuses on Bedform and Secondary circulation, Curvature and Channel bank. His STREAMS research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Channel and Channelized.
His primary areas of investigation include Hydrology, Geomorphology, Geometry, Fluvial and Flow. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Hydrology, concentrating on Sediment and frequently concerns with Erosion. His Geomorphology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Floodplain and Dynamics.
His Geometry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Communication channel and Meander. His research in Fluvial intersects with topics in Dam removal, Sediment transport and Environmental resource management. His research investigates the connection with Flow and areas like Turbulence which intersect with concerns in Wake and Vortex.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Hydrology, Geomorphology, Turbulence, Bank erosion and Hydrology. His Hydrology study incorporates themes from Common spatial pattern, Sediment and Spatial variability. His research in Spatial variability tackles topics such as Channel planform which are related to areas like Geometry.
His studies in Turbulence integrate themes in fields like Flow, Flow and Boundary layer. Bruce L. Rhoads combines subjects such as Geotechnical engineering and Flow resistance with his study of Bank erosion. While the research belongs to areas of Geotechnical engineering, he spends his time largely on the problem of Secondary flow, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Meander.
Bruce L. Rhoads mainly focuses on Hydrology, STREAMS, Tributary, Remote sensing and Two-dimensional flow. Bruce L. Rhoads has included themes like Common spatial pattern and Sediment in his Hydrology study. In his study, Floodplain is inextricably linked to Channel bank, which falls within the broad field of STREAMS.
His studies deal with areas such as Beach morphodynamics, Fluvial, Curvature and Flow conditions as well as Tributary. His study in Remote sensing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Acoustic Doppler current profiler, Particle image velocimetry, Repeatability, Range and Discharge. The various areas that Bruce L. Rhoads examines in his Meander study include Secondary flow, Geotechnical engineering and Bank erosion.
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Interaction between scientists and nonscientists in community-based watershed management: Emergence of the concept of stream naturalization
Bruce L. Rhoads;David Wilson;Michael Urban;Edwin E. Herricks.
Environmental Management (1999)
Flow structure at an asymmetrical stream confluence
Bruce L. Rhoads;Stephen T. Kenworthy.
Intervention: Critical physical geography.
Rebecca Lave;Matthew W. Wilson;Elizabeth S. Barron;Christine Biermann.
Canadian Geographer (2014)
Critical Evaluation of How the Rosgen Classification and Associated “Natural Channel Design” Methods Fail to Integrate and Quantify Fluvial Processes and Channel Response
A. Simon;M. Doyle;M. Kondolf;F.D. Shields.
Journal of The American Water Resources Association (2007)
Field investigation of three-dimensional flow structure at stream confluences: 1. Thermal mixing and time-averaged velocities
Bruce L. Rhoads;Alexander N. Sukhodolov.
Water Resources Research (2001)
Three-dimensional flow structure and channel change in an asymmetrical compound meander loop, Embarras River, Illinois
Kelly M. Frothingham;Bruce L. Rhoads.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (2003)
Time-averaged flow structure in the central region of a stream confluence
Bruce L. Rhoads;Stephen T. Kenworthy.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (1998)
Velocity Mapping Toolbox (VMT): A processing and visualization suite for moving-vessel ADCP measurements
D. R. Parsons;P. R. Jackson;J. A. Czuba;F. L. Engel.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (2013)
Hydraulic and geomorphological effects of run-of-river dams:
Shane Csiki;Bruce L. Rhoads.
Progress in Physical Geography (2010)
Structure of turbulent flow at a river confluence with momentum and velocity ratios close to 1: Insight provided by an eddy‐resolving numerical simulation
George Constantinescu;Shinjiro Miyawaki;Bruce Rhoads;Alexander Sukhodolov.
Water Resources Research (2011)
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