Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences
New Orleans, LA 70118
USACE Engineer Research and Development Center
Vicksburg, MS 39180
Ph.D., University of Arizona, 2009
M.A., University of Wyoming, 2003
B.A., Boston University, 1999
Watershed Processes Modeling
River Engineering and Restoration
Development of Geomorphic Tools for Geotechnical Assessments and Terrain Analysis
Quantitative Resource Management Decision Making
Modeling Risk and Uncertainty in Geotechnical Assessments
Yuill, B.T., Walshire, L., Roig-Silvo, C. in review. Application of an alluvial architecture model to predicting seepage risk in floodplains. Engineering Geology - 6/2012.
Yuill, B.T. 2012. Predicting Coarse Sediment Transport From Desert Washes With Patchy Bed Material. USACE Technical Report, ERDC/GSL TR-12-17, 29 p.
Yuill, B.T., Gasparini, N.M. 2011. Hydrologic controls on wash load concentrations in first-ordered watersheds. Journal of Hydrology, doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2011.09.11
Yuill, B.T., Nichols, M.H. 2010. Patterns of grain-size dependent sediment transport in low ordered, ephemeral channels. Earth Surface Processes & Landforms. doi: 10.1002/esp.2041.
Yuill, B.T., Nichols, M.H., Yager, E. 2010. Coarse bed material patch evolution in low-order, ephemeral channels. Catena 81: 126-136.
Yuill, B.T., Lavoie, D., and Reed, D.J. 2009. Understanding subsidence processes in southern Louisiana. Journal of Coastal Research, SP 54: 23-36.
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