Donald F. Potts
Donald F. Potts
Professor Emeritus of Watershed Management
- Phone: 406-243-5521
- Email: Donald.email@example.com
Ph.D. (Forest Meteorology) State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry. 1979.
M.S. (Forestry - Soils) State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry. 1977.
B.A. (Chemistry) State University of New York at Buffalo. 1972.
Watershed Management; Geographic Information Systems Applications;
Hillslope and Fluvial Geomorphic Processes; Forest Meteorology.
Olsen, D.S., A.C. Whitaker and D.F. Potts. 1997. Assessing stream channel stability thresholds using flow competence estimates at bankfull stage. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 33(6):1197-1207.
Dixon, M. and D.F. Potts 1996. Effects of wildfire and simulated vegetation recovery on baseflow characteristics in a sub-alpine watershed. IN: Proceddings, AWRA 1996 Summer Symposium on Watershed Restoration, Syracuse, NY.
Moeckel, J. and D.F. Potts. 1996. Stream channel adjustment following a major flood on a northern Rocky Mountain Front stream. IN: Proceedings, AWRA 1996 Summer Symposium on Watershed Restoration, Syracuse,, NY.
Whitaker, A. and D.F. Potts. 1996. A comparison of two threshold models predicting initial bed load movement and channel stability in an upland gravel-bed stream. IN: Proceedings, AWRA 1996 Summer Symposium on Watershed Resortation, Syracuse, NY.
Olsen, D.S. and D.F. Potts. 1995. Characteristics and function of woody debris in western Montana streams. Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station. Research Note #26.
Lull, K.J., J.A. Tindall and D.F. Potts. 1995. Assessing Nonpoint-Source Pollution Risk: A GIS Application. J. Forestry 93(1):35-40.
Lull, K.J., J.A. Tindall and D.F. Potts. 1995. A GIS Application for Assessment of Non-Point-Source Pollution Risk on Managed Forest Lands. IN: Proceedings of the A.S.A.E. International Synposium on Water Quality Modeling, Orlando, FL., Apr. 1995; pp.491-502.