Rory Cowie, Mark Williams, Wireman, M., Runkel, R. L. 2014: Use of natural and applied tracers to guide targeted remediation efforts in an acid mine drainage system, Colorado Rockies, USA. Water, 6(4): 745-777. DOI: 10.3390/w6040745
Qinghuan Zhang, John Knowles, Rebecca T. Barnes, Rory Cowie, Nathan Rock, Mark Williams 2018: Surface and subsurface water contributions to streamflow from a mesoscale watershed in complex mountain terrain. Hydrological Processes, 32(7): 954-967. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.11469
Rory Cowie, John Knowles, Kelsey Dailey, Mark Williams, Joe Mills, Noah P. Molotch 2017: Sources of streamflow along a headwater catchment elevational gradient. Journal of Hydrology, 549: 163-178. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2017.03.044
Mark Williams, Hood, E., Noah P. Molotch, T. Nelson Caine, Rory Cowie, Liu, F. 2015: The "teflon basin" myth: Hydrology and hydrochemistry of a seasonally snow-covered catchment. Plant Ecology and Diversity, 8(5-6): 639-661. DOI: 10.1080/17550874.2015.1123318
John Knowles, Harpold, A., Rory Cowie, Morgan Zeliff, Holly R. Barnard, Burns, S. P., Blanken, P. D., Jennifer Morse, Mark Williams 2015: The relative contributions of alpine and subalpine ecosystems to the water balance of a mountainous, headwater catchment. Hydrological Processes, 29(22): 4794-4808. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10526
Rory Cowie, Mark Williams, T. Nelson Caine, Michel, R. 2010: Estimated residence time of two snowmelt dominated catchments, Boulder Creek Watershed, Colorado. Logan, Utah: Proceedings of the Western Snow Conference, 3-10.
Theses & Dissertations
Surface water and groundwater interactions in natural and mining impacted mountain catchments. Rory Cowie. University of Colorado Boulder, PhD, 2014.
The hydrology of headwater catchments from the Plains to the Continental Divide, Boulder Creek Watershed, Colorado. Rory Cowie. University of Colorado Boulder, MA, 2010.