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North, E. W., Adams, E. E., Thessen, A. E., Schlag, Z., He, R.-Y., Socolofsky, S. A., Masutani, S. M., Scott D. Peckham 2015: The influence of droplet size and biodegradation on the transport of subsurface oil droplets during the Deepwater Horizon spill: A model sensitivity study. Environmental Research Letters, 10(2): article 024016. DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/10/2/024016

Scott D. Peckham, Goodall, J. L. 2013: Driving plug-and-play models with data from web services: A demonstration of interoperability between CSDMS and CUAHSI-HIS. Computers & Geosciences, 53: 154-161. DOI: 10.1016/j.cageo.2012.04.019

Laniak, G. F., Olchin, G., Goodall, J., Voinov, A., Hill, M., Glynn, P., Whelan, G., Geller, G., Quinn, N., Blind, M., Scott D. Peckham, Reaney, S., Gaber, N., Kennedy, R., Hughes, A. 2013: Integrated environmental modeling: A vision and roadmap for the future. Environmental Modelling & Software, 39(SI): 3-23. DOI: 10.1016/j.envsoft.2012.09.006

Eric HuttonJames SyvitskiScott D. Peckham 2009: Producing CSDMS-compliant morphodynamic code to share with the RCEM community. In Vionnet, C., Garca, M. H., Latrubesse, E. M., and Perillo, G.M.E. (eds.), River, Coastal and Estuarine Morphodynamics: RCEM 2009. London: Taylor & Francis Group, 959 962.

Gruber, S., Scott D. Peckham 2008: Land-surface parameters and objects specific to hydrology. In Hengl, T. and Reuter, H. I. (eds.), Geomorphometry: Concepts, Software and Applications. Developments in Soil Science volume 33. Elsevier: 127 142.

Scott D. Peckham 2008: Geomorphometry and spatial hydrologic modeling. In Hengl, T. and Reuter, H. I. (eds.), Geomorphometry: Concepts, Software and Applications. Developments in Soil Science volume 33. Elsevier: 377 393.

Scott D. Peckham 2008: Geomorphometry in RiverTools. In Hengl, T. and Reuter, H. I. (eds.), Geomorphometry: Concepts, Software and Applications. Developments in Soil Science volume 33. Elsevier: 311 324.

Scott D. Peckham 2008: A new method for estimating suspended sediment concentrations and deposition rates from satellite imagery based on the physics of plumes. Computers & Geosciences, 34(10): 1198 1222. DOI: 10.1016/j.cageo.2008.02.009

James SyvitskiScott D. Peckham, Hilberman, R., Mulder, T. 2003: Predicting the terrestrial flux of sediment to the global ocean: A planetary perspective. Sedimentary Geology, 162 (1-2): 5-24.

Morehead, M. D., James SyvitskiEric HuttonScott D. Peckham 2003: Modeling the temporal variability in the flux of sediment from ungauged river basins. Global and Planetary Change, 39(1-2): 95-110.

Scott D. Peckham 2003: Mathematical modeling of landforms: Optimality and steady-state solutions. In Evans, I.S., Dikau, R., Tokunaga, E., Ohmori, H., and Hirano, M. (eds.), Concepts and Modelling in Geomorphology: International Perspectives. Tokyo: TERRAPUB, 167-182.

Scott D. Peckham 2003: Fluvial landscape models and catchment-scale sediment transport. Global and Planetary Change, 39(1-2): 31-51.

Scott D. Peckham, Gupta, V.K. 1999: A reformulation of Horton's laws for large river networks in terms of statistical self-similarity. Water Resources Research 35(9):2763-2777

Scott D. Peckham 1999: Solutions to nonlinear partial differential equations: a geometric approach . In: Proceedings of the conference on Geometry in Present Day Science

Bahr, D., Meier, M. F., Scott D. Peckham 1997: The physical basis of glacier volume-area scaling. Journal of Geophysical Research, 102(B9): 20,355-20,362.

Bahr, D., Meier, M. F., Scott D. Peckham 1996: The physical basis for glacier volume-area scaling and implications for mass balance profiles. In Colbeck, S.C. (ed.), Glaciers, ice sheets and volcanoes: A tribute to Mark F. Meier. CRREL Special Report 96-27, pp. 11-12.

Bahr, D. B., Scott D. Peckham 1996: Observations and analysis of self-similar branching topology in glacier networks. Journal of Geophysical Research—Solid Earth, 101(B11): 25,511-25,521. DOI: 10.1029/96JB02536

Scott D. Peckham 1995: New results for self-similar trees with applications to river networks. Water Resources Research, 31(4): 1023-1029.