The most complete and up-to-date list of my work is typically in the form of my CV (also below) or my google scholar.
Links to some of the items in the CV can be found below the CV.
Note that below is NOT a complete list.
Published work (peer reviewed and not peer reviewed)
Moodie, Andrew J. (2016) Evaluating the long-term sustainability of deltas. Outcroppings. Rice Earth Science Department Newsletter. Vol. 1, 30-33. [link]
Presentations with Abstracts
Moodie, Andrew J., Ma, Hongbo, Nittrouer, Jeffrey A., Carlson, Brandee N., Kineke, Gail C., 2015, Spatiotemporal channel-bed evolution patterns observed for the Huanghe (Yellow River), China: Implications for evaluating system response and complexity to external perturbations. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 47, No. 7. [link]
Carlson, Brandee N., Nittrouer, Jeffrey A., Ma, Hongbo, Moodie, Andrew J., 2015, Channel infilling processes on the Huanghe (Yellow River) deltaic coastal plain, China. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 47, No. 7. [link]
Ma, Hongbo, Nittrouer, Jeffrey, Moodie, Andrew, Carlson, Brandee, Parker, Gary, 2015, Role of river bends for the formation and evolution of channel bedforms: Combined field studies and numerical modeling from the tidally influenced zones of the Yellow River, China and Mississippi River, USA. American Geophysical Union.
Berti, Claudio, Anastasio, David J., Pazzaglia, Frank J., Brocard, Gilles Y., Moodie, Andrew, Pares, Josep M., Cenieh, Paseo Sierra de Atapuerca. (2014) Drainage network reorganization and divide migration in response to active tectonics in the Betic Range, Spain. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 46, No. 6. [link]
Moodie, Andrew, Pazzaglia, Frank J. (2014) Exhumation, dynamic topography, and drainage divides in active and ancient orogenic settings: the Gibraltar Arc and Appalachians. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 46, No. 2. [link]