Dr. Adam M. Booth
Department of Geology
Portland State University
17 Cramer Hall
1721 SW Broadway
Portland, OR 97201
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Students: I am almost always looking for enthusiastic students broadly interested in Earth Surface Processes. A strong quantitative background is preferred. Please see the Research and Publications pages for a sample of past and current projects, and I am always excited to discuss new ideas. PSU graduate students are supported by competitively awarded teaching and research assistantships.
Max Bordal (M.S.), Channel erosion mechanisms and knickpoint behavior in urban landscapes
Justin McCarley (M.S.), Using 3D surficial modeling and hydrologic measurements to monitor a Cascade landslide complex
Dave Mangold (M.S.), Quantification of stream bank erosion with an unmanned aerial system
Angela Piller (B.S. honors thesis), Landslide hazard mapping in Rwanda using logistic regression
Dustin Cramer (B.S. McNair Scholar), Grain size effects on friction angles of scree slopes