2007 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Fellow of the Geological Society of America
His primary areas of study are Sediment, Geomorphology, Hydrology, Sediment transport and Alluvium. Chris Paola has included themes like Geotechnical engineering, Grain size and Subsidence in his Sediment study. His Geomorphology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Drainage basin and Instability.
His Hydrology study incorporates themes from Communication channel, Riparian zone and Seeding. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Sediment transport, Stefan problem, Shore, Amplitude and Meteorology is strongly linked to Deposition. Chris Paola combines subjects such as Sedimentary rock, Avulsion and Aggradation with his study of Alluvium.
Chris Paola mainly investigates Geomorphology, Sediment, Fluvial, Hydrology and Sediment transport. His Communication channel research extends to the thematically linked field of Geomorphology. His Sediment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Geotechnical engineering, Erosion and Aggradation.
Chris Paola combines topics linked to Stratigraphy with his work on Fluvial. His research in the fields of Hydrology overlaps with other disciplines such as River delta. Sediment transport is often connected to Geometry in his work.
His primary areas of investigation include Geomorphology, Sediment, Fluvial, Hydrology and Sea level rise. Alluvium, Subsidence, Alluvial fan and Turbidity current are the primary areas of interest in his Geomorphology study. His Alluvium study also includes fields such as
His Sediment research includes elements of Drainage basin, Structural basin, Shore and Wave height. His work in Fluvial addresses issues such as Sedimentary rock, which are connected to fields such as Earth science. His Sea level rise research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Paleontology, Barrier island and Progradation.
His main research concerns Paleontology, Sediment, Sea level rise, Laboratory experiment and Soil science. His work in the fields of Bedform, Sedimentary rock and Sadler effect overlaps with other areas such as Numerical models. His Sediment research incorporates themes from Communication channel and Physical geography.
His Soil science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Flood myth, Flood hydrograph, Hydrograph and Scaling. His Climate change research focuses on Sea level and how it connects with Subsidence, Geomorphology, Isopach map, Holocene and Floodplain. As part of the same scientific family, Chris Paola usually focuses on Subsidence, concentrating on Fluvial and intersecting with Flow, Boundary, Deposition, Progradation and Bifurcation.
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The large‐scale dynamics of grain‐size variation in alluvial basins, 1: Theory
Chris Paola;Paul L. Heller;Charles L. Angevine.
Basin Research (1992)
Two-phase stratigraphic model of foreland-basin sequences
Paul L. Heller;Charles L. Angevine;Nancy S. Winslow;Christopher Paola.
Quantitative models of sedimentary basin filling
A cellular model of braided rivers
A. Brad Murray;Chris Paola.
Dynamic single-thread channels maintained by the interaction of flow and vegetation
Michal Tal;Chris Paola.
New perspectives in basin analysis
Karen L. Kleinspehn;Chris Paola.
The “unreasonable effectiveness” of stratigraphic and geomorphic experiments
Chris Paola;Kyle Straub;Kyle Straub;David Mohrig;Liam Reinhardt.
Earth-Science Reviews (2009)
Shredding of environmental signals by sediment transport
Douglas J. Jerolmack;Chris Paola.
Geophysical Research Letters (2010)
Physical basis for quasi-universal relations describing bankfull hydraulic geometry of single-thread gravel bed rivers
Gary Parker;Peter R. Wilcock;Chris Paola;William E. Dietrich.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
Riparian vegetation controls on braided stream dynamics
Karen Gran;Chris Paola.
Water Resources Research (2001)
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