Sean J. Bennett
Professor in Geography
Office:105 Wilkeson Quadrangle
seanb at buffalo edu
sediment transport mechanics, gully erosion, reservoir sedimentation, and watershed processes
- Morphodynamics of actively migrating headcuts in rills and gullies (NSF)
- Assessing sedimentation issues in flood control reservoirs (U.S. Department of Agriculture)
Gordon, L. M., Bennett, S. J., Alonso, C. V., and Bingner, C. V. (2008). "Modeling long-term soil losses on agricultural fields due to ephemeral gully erosion,"
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 63(4), 173-181.
Bennett, S. J., Wu, W., Alonso, C. V., and Wang, S. S. Y. (2008). "Modeling fluvial response to in-stream woody vegetation: Implications for stream corridor restoration,"
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms,33, 890-909.
Jiménez-Hornero, F. J., Giráldez, J. V., Laguna, A. M., Bennett, S. J., and Alonso, C. V. (2007). "Modeling the effects of emergent vegetation on an open channel flow using a lattice model," International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 55:655-672.
- Bennett, S. J., and Rhoton, F. E. (2007). "Reservoir sedimentation and environmental degradation: Assessing trends in sediment-associated trace elements in Grenada Lake, MS," Journal of Environmental Quality, 36:815-826.
ERIE related courses:
- GEO 504 Ecosystem Restoration Practices
last updated: 12/08