Refereed Publications

Dietrich, J. T. (2016) Bathymetric Structure from Motion: Extracting shallow stream bathymetry
     from multi-view stereo photogrammetry. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms,
     doi: 10.1002/esp.4060.

Carbonneau, P.E. and J.T. Dietrich. 2016. Cost-Effective Non-Metric Photogrammetry
     from Consumer-Grade sUAS: Implications for Direct Georeferencing of Structure
     from Motion Photogrammetry. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.
     doi: 10.1002/esp.4012.

Atha, J.B., Dietrich, J.T., In Press (2016). Detecting Fluvial Wood in Forested Watersheds
     Using LiDAR Data: A Methodological Assessment. River Research and Applications. 

Dietrich, J.T., 2016. Riverscape Mapping with Helicopter-Based Structure-from-Motion 
     Photogrammetry. Geomorphology 252, 114–157. DOI: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2015.05.008

Fonstad, M.A., J.T. Dietrich, B.C. Courville, J.L. Jensen, and P.E. Carbonneau. 2013.
     Topographic structure from motion: a new development in photogrammetric measurement.
     Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 38(4):421–430. DOI: 10.1002/esp.3366

Book Chapters

Dietrich, J.T. In Press(2016). Instantaneous Structure-from-Motion (ISfM) for Dynamic
     Geomorphology. In Structure-from-Motion for the Geosciences. Eds. Carrivick, J., Smith, M.,
     Quincy, D. Wiley-Blackwell

Non-Refereed Publications

Dietrich, J.T. 2014, Applications of Structure-from-Motion Photogrammetry to Fluvial
     Geomorphology. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Oregon.
     Download from University of Oregon Scholar's Bank - Alternate Download

McDowell, P.F., J.T. Dietrich. 2013. Willamette Sustainable River Project Phase 2:
     Development of a Monitoring Plan for Environmental Flow Recommendation on the Middle
     Fork Willamette River, Oregon. Report to the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers.
     Research Cooperative Agreement W912HZ-10-2-0044.

Dietrich, J.T. 2008. Quantitative assessment of landscape change using georeferenced repeat
     photography in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA. MS Thesis,
     Texas State University-San Marcos.

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