Edmund Andrews

Senior Scientist of INSTAAR

  • Senior Scientist, Otis Bay Ecological Consultants

Departments

Education

  • PhD: University of California Berkeley, 1977
  • MS: Stanford University, 1972
  • BS: Stanford University, 1970

Contact Information

Specialty

The hydrology and climate of polar and alpine regions.

Bio

Dr. Andrews is a Senior Scientist at INSTAAR, conducting research on the hydrology and climate of polar and alpine regions.

He is also a Senior Scientist at Otis Bay Ecological Consultants, conducting investigations on hydrology and river mechanics, especially river channel changes in response to variations in flow and sediment supply due climate change, land use, and water resources development that have altered aquatic and riparian ecosystems.

Dr. Andrews was with the U.S. Geological Survey from 1975-2009. From 1980 on was was Chief of the River Mechanics Project, National Research Program, USGS Water Resources Division. He conducted research on river mechanics, especially river channel change in response to variations in flow and sediment supply due to climate change, land use, and water resources development.

Research

Research Statement

One of Ned Andrews' research sites, at a gauging station in Yosemite. Photo by Ned Andrews.

The same research site, after a recent snowfall. Photo by Ned Andrews.

Publications

FeaturedPublications

Edmund Andrews 2012: Hydrology of the Sierra Nevada Network National Parks: Status and trends. Natural Resource Report NPS/SIEN/NRR-2012/500. Fort Collins, Colorado: National Service Park. http://science.nature.nps.gov/im/units/sien/monitoring/Reports/SierraNevadaHydrology_Andrews_20120330.pdf

Edmund Andrews, Antweiler, R. C. 2012: Sediment fluxes from California coastal rivers: The influences of climate, geology, and topography. Journal of Geology, 120(4): 349-366. DOI: 10.1086/665733

Gaeuman, D., Edmund Andrews, Krause, A., Smith, W. 2009: Predicting fractional bed load transport rates: Application of the Wilcock-Crowe equations to a regulated gravel bed river. Water Resources Research, 45: W06409, DOI: 10.1029/2008WR007320

Vincent, K. R., Edmund Andrews 2008: Depositional settings of sand beaches along whitewater rivers. River Research and Applications, 24(6): 771-788. DOI: 10.1002/rra.1079

Diane M. McKnight, Tate, C. M., Edmund Andrews, Niyogi, D. K., Karen Cozzetto, Welch, K., Lyons, W. B., Capone, D. G. 2007: Reactivation of a cryptobiotic stream ecosystem in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica: A long-term geomorphological experiment. Geomorphology, 89(1-2): 186-204.

Edmund Andrews, Vincent, K. R. 2007: Sand deposition in shoreline eddies along five Wild and Scenic Rivers, Idaho. River Research and Applications, 23(1): 7-20. DOI: 10.1002/rra.960

Friedman, J. M., Auble, G. T., Edmund Andrews, Kittel, G., Madole, R. F., Griffin, E. R., Allred, T. M. 2006: Transverse and longitudinal variation in woody riparian vegetation along a montane river. Western North American Naturalist, 66(1): 78-91.

Ralph, F. M., Neiman, P. J., Kingsmill, D. E., Persson, P. O. G., White, A. B., Strem, E. T., Edmund Andrews, Antweiler, R. C. 2003: The impact of a prominent rain shadow on flooding in California‚Äôs Santa Cruz Mountains: A CALJET case study and sensitivity to the ENSO cycle. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 4(6): 1243-1264. DOI: 10.1175/1525-7541(2003)004<1243:TIOAPR>2.0.CO;2

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