Frank H. Weirich


Associate Professor Frank WeirichAssociate Professor

Geomorphology, Hydrology

Interests: High energy environment sediment dynamics, fire impacts on fluvial, mass wasting and overall landform dynamics, dynamic process measurements, basin scale experimentation, multi-dimensional sensor arrays, the use of geophysical techniques in geomorphology and GIS-based integrated watershed studies.

Publications: Wehmeyer, L., Weirich, F.H., Cuffney, T.F. (2011) Effect of land cover change on runoff curve number estimation in Iowa, 1832-2001,  Journal of Ecohydrology , 4:315-321. doi:10.1002/eco 162).

Weirich F. and Blesius, L. (2007) Comparison of satellite and air photo based landslide susceptibility maps. Geomorphology, Vol. 87, Issue 4, June 2007, pp. 352-364.

Werich, F. H., Sayeeduzamann, M. and Wilson, M (2000). Development of a JAVA-based watershed/channel model for high energy mountain watersheds. In Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Hydroinformatics, July 23-27, 2000