Publications


A complete CV is available here.

Manuscripts in preparation and in review

  1. Moodie, A. J., Carlson, B., Foreman, B. Z., Kwang, J., Naito, K., & Nittrouer, J. (in review). SedEdu: a suite of sediment-related educational modules. Journal of Open Source Education. doi: 10.21105.jose.00069 [link]

  2. de Leeuw, J., Lamb, M. P., Parker, G., Moodie, A. J., Haught, D., Venditti, J. G., & Nittrouer, J. A. (in press). Entrainment and suspension of sand and gravel. Earth Surface Dynamics. doi: 10.5194/esurf-2019-67 [link]

  3. Lamb, M. P., Leeuw, J. de, Fischer, W., Moodie, A. J., Venditti, J. G., Nittrouer, J. A., Haught, D., & Parker, G. (in press). Mud in rivers transported as flocculated, suspended bed-material. Nature Geoscience.

  4. Dong, T. Y., Nittrouer, J. A., McElroy, B. J., Il’icheva, E., Pavlov, M., Ma, H., & Moodie, A. J. (in revision). Predicting water and sediment partitioning in a delta channel network under varying discharge conditions. Water Resources Research.

  5. Moodie, A. J., Nittrouer, J. A., Ma, H., Carlson, B. N., Wang, Y., & Lamb, M. P. (in revision). Suspended-sediment induced stratification inferred from concentration and velocity profile measurements in the flooding lower Yellow River, China. Water Resources Research. [link]

  6. Carlson, B. N., Nittrouer, J. A., Swanson, T. E., Moodie, A. J., Dong, T. Y., Ma, H., Kineke, G. C., Pan, M., & Wang, H. (in preparation). The effects of engineered diversions and natural avulsions on abandoned lobe development and shoreline stability. Geophyscial Research Letters.

  7. Moodie, A. J., & Nittrouer, J. A. (in preparation). Delta sustainability increases with urbanization. Science.

Manuscripts published

  1. Ma, H., Nittrouer, J. A., Wu, B., Lamb, M. P., Zhang, Y., Mohrig, D., Fu, X., Naito, K., Wang, Y., Moodie, A. J., Wang, G., Hu, C., & Parker, G. (2020). Universal relation with regime transition for sediment transport in fine-grained rivers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1911225116

  2. Carlson, B. N., Nittrouer, J. A., Moodie, A. J., Kineke, G. C., Kumpf, L. L., Ma, H., Parsons, D. R., & Wang, H. (2020). Infilling Abandoned Deltaic Distributary Channels Through Landward Sediment Transport. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 125(2). doi: 10.1029/2019JF005254

  3. Chadwick, A. J., Lamb, M. P., Moodie, A. J., Parker, G., & Nittrouer, J. A. (2019). Origin of a Preferential Avulsion Node on Lowland River Deltas. Geophysical Research Letters, 46(8), 4267–4277. doi: 10.1029/2019GL082491

  4. Moodie, A. J., Nittrouer, J. A., Ma, H., Carlson, B. N., Chadwick, A. J., Lamb, M. P., & Parker, G. (2019). Modeling deltaic lobe-building and channel avulsions for the Yellow River delta, China. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface. doi: 10.1029/2019JF005220

  5. An, C., Moodie, A. J., Ma, H., Fu, X., Zhang, Y., Naito, K., & Parker, G. (2018). Morphodynamic model of lower Yellow River: flux or entrainment form for sediment mass conservation? Earth Surface Dynamics, 6(4), 989–1010. doi: 10.5194/esurf-6-989-2018

  6. Moodie, A. J., Pazzaglia, F. J., & Berti, C. (2017). Exogenic forcing and autogenic processes on continental divide location and mobility. Basin Research. doi: 10.1111/bre.12256

  7. Ma, H., Nittrouer, J. A., Naito, K., Fu, X., Zhang, Y., Moodie, A. J., Wang, Y., Wu, B., & Parker, G. (2017). The exceptional sediment load of fine-grain dispersal systems: Example of the Yellow River, China. Science Advances, 3, 7. doi: 10.1126/sciadv.1603114