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Arroyo, R. O. and Pasternack, G. B. 2017. River Builder User’s Manual. University of California, Davis, CA. doi:10.15140/D3TC9R.
Pasternack, G. B. and J. C. Varekamp. 1997. Volcanic lakes systematics I. physical constraints. Bulletin of Volcanology 58:7:528-538.
Wyrick, J. R. and Pasternack, G. B. 2008. Modeling energy dissipation and hydraulic jump regime responses to channel nonuniformity at river steps. Journal of Geophysical Research 113, F03003, doi:10.1029/2007JF000873.
Escobar-Arias, M. I. and Pasternack, G. B. 2010. A Hydrogeomorphic Dynamics Approach to Assess In-Stream Ecological Functionality Using the Functional Flows Model, Part 1- Model Characteristics. River Research and Applications 26: 1103â€“1128, doi: 10.1002/rra.1316.
Pasternack, G. B., Brush, G. S., and Hilgartner, W. B. 2001. Impact of Historic Land-Use Change on Sediment Delivery to an Estuarine Delta. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 26:409-427.