Publications (since 2010)

Leach, J.A., Kelleher, C., Kurylyk, B.L., Moore, R.D. and Neilson, B.T. A primer on stream temperature processes. WIREs Water (accepted subject to moderate revision).

Szeitz, A.J. and Moore, R.D. 2023. Modelling snowpack bulk density using snow depth, cumulative degree-days, and climatological predictor variables. Hydrological Processes 37, e14800, https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.14800

Leach, J.A., Hudson, D.T., Moore, R.D. and Fleming, R. 2022. Assessing stream temperature response and recovery for different harvesting systems in northern hardwood forests using 40 years of spot measurements. Hydrological Processes 36:e14753, https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.14753.

Exler, J. and Moore, R.D. 2022. Quantifying throughfall, stemflow and interception loss in five vegetation communities in a maritime raised bog. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 327, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agrformet.2022.109202.

Richardson, J.S., Moore, R.D., Jackson, C.R. and Kreutzweiser, D.P. 2022. Current streamside forest management effects on aquatic habitat and fish. In: Danehy, R. J., C. A. Dolloff, and G. H. Reeves, editors. Reflections on forest management: can fish and fiber coexist? American Fisheries Society, Symposium 92, Bethesda, Maryland, pp. 99-142.

Winter-Billington, A., Dadic, R., Moore, R.D., Flerchinger, G., Wagnon, P. and Banerjee, A. 2022. Modelling debris-covered glacier ablation using the Simultaneous Heat and Water (SHAW) transport model. Part 1: model development and application to North Changri Nup. Frontiers in Earth Science 10: 1-22. https://doi.org/10.3389/feart.2022.796877

Leach, J.A., Moore, R.D., Buahin, C., Neilson, B. and Laudon, H. 2022. Do headwater lakes moderate downstream temperature response to forest harvesting? Illustrating opportunities and obstacles associated with virtual experiments. Hydrological Processes 36:e14593. https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.14593

Moore, R.D., Winkler, R.D. and Hope, G.D. 2022. Streamwater colour in snow-dominated headwater catchments: natural variability and the effects of forest harvesting. Hydrological Processes 36:e14594. https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.14594.

Bird, L.M., Moyer, A., Moore, R.D.and Koppes, M. 2022. Hydrology and thermal regime of an ice-contact proglacial lake: implications for stream temperature and lake evaporation. Hydrological Processes 36(4), e14566, https://doi.org/10.1002/HYP.14566.

Gronsdahl, S., McParland, D., Eaton, B., Moore, R.D., Rosenfeld, J. 2021. Evaluation of a geomorphic instream flow tool for conducting hydraulic-habitat modelling. River Research and Applications 37: 1520-1537, https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.3847.

Moore, R.D., Allen, D.M., McKenzie, L.M., Spittlehouse, D.L. and Winkler, R.D. 2021. Data sets for the Upper Penticton Creek Watershed Experiment: a paired-catchment study to support investigations of watershed response to forest dynamics and climatic variability in an inland snow-dominated region. Hydrological Processes 35, e14391. https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.14391.

Leach, J.A., Neilson, B.T., Buahin, C.A., Moore, R.D. and Laudon, H. 2021. Lake outflow and hillslope lateral inflows dictate thermal regimes of forested streams draining small lakes. Water Resources Research 57, e2020WR028136, https://doi.org/10.1029/2020WR028136

Winkler, R.D., Allen, D.M., Giles, T.M., Heise, B.A., Moore, R.D., Redding, T.E., Spittlehouse, D.L. and Wei, X. 2021. Approaching four decades of forest watershed research at Upper Penticton Creek, British Columbia: A synthesis. Hydrological Processes 35, e14123. https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.14123

Oanh, D.Q., Gomi, T., Moore, R.D., Chiu, C.W., Hiraoka, M. Onda, Y. and Dung, B.X. 2021. Stream temperature response to 50% strip-thinning in a temperate forested headwater catchment. Water 13(8), 1022, https://doi.org/10.3390/w13081022.

Moore, R.D. and Leach, J.A. 2021. Predicting latent and sensible heat fluxes in stream temperature models -- current challenges and potential solutions. Water Resources Research 57, e2020WR028712. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020WR028712.

Winter-Billington, A., Moore, R.D. and Dadic, R. 2020. Evaluating the transferability of empirical models of debris-covered glacier melt. Journal of Glaciology 66(260): 978–995. https://doi.org/10.1017/jog.2020.57.

West, D. and Moore, R.D. 2020. Influences of upstream reservoir stratification and downstream tidal fluctuations on the summer thermal regime of a regulated coastal river. Hydrological Processes 34: 4660-4674, doi: 10.1002/hyp.13906.

Szeitz, A.J. and Moore, R.D. 2020. Predicting evaporation from mountain streams. Hydrological Processes 34: 4262–4279, doi: 10.1002/hyp.13875.

Moore, R.D., Gronsdahl, S.and McCleary, R. 2020. Effects of forest harvesting on warm-season low flows in the Pacific Northwest: a review. Confluence: Journal of Watershed Science and Management 4:1, https://doi.org/10.22230/jwsm.2020v4n1a35.

Howie, S., Whitfield, P. and Moore, R.D. 2020. Plant community type is an indicator of the seasonal moisture deficit in a disturbed raised bog. Ecohydrology 13: e2209. DOI: 10.1002/eco.2209.

Moore, R.D., Pelto, B., Menounos, B. and Hutchinson, D. 2020. Detecting the effects of sustained glacier wastage on streamflow in variably glacierized catchments. Frontiers in Earth Science 8: 136. DOI: 10.3389/feart.2020.00136

Hunter, C.S., Moore, R.D., McKendry, I.G. 2020. Evaluation of the North American Regional Reanalysis (NARR) precipitation fields in a topographically complex domain. Hydrological Sciences Journal 65: 786–799. DOI: 10.1080/02626667.2019.1591624.

Gronsdahl, S., Moore, R.D., Rosenfeld, J., McCleary, R., Winkler, R.D. 2019. Effects of forestry on summertime low flows and physical fish habitat in snowmelt-dominant headwater catchments of the Pacific Northwest. Hydrological Processes 33: 3152–3168. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.13580

Leach, J.A., Moore, R.D. 2019. Empirical stream thermal sensitivities may underestimate stream temperature response to climate warming. Water Resources Research 55: 5453-5467, DOI: 10.1029/2018WR024236.

Eaton, B.C., Moore, R.D., MacKenzie, L.G. 2019. Percentile-based grain size distribution analysis tools (GSDtools) -- estimating confidence limits and hypothesis tests for comparing two samples. Earth Surface Dynamics 7: 789–806, DOI: 10.5194/esurf-7-789-2019.

Kuglerová, L., Kielstra, B.W., Moore, R.D. and Richardson, J.S. 2019. Importance of scale, land-use, and stream network properties for riparian plant communities along an urban gradient. Freshwater Biology 64: 587–600.

Berman, E.E., Bolton, D.K., Coops, N.C.,Mityok, Z.K., Stenhouse, G.B. and Moore, R.D. 2018. Daily estimates of Landsat fractional snow cover driven by MODIS and dynamic time-warping, Remote Sensing of Environment 216: 635-646, DOI: 10.1016/j.rse.2018.07.029.

McMahon, A. and Moore, R.D. 2017. Influence of turbidity and aeration on the albedo of mountain streams. Hydrological Processes 31: 4477–4491, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.11370.

Trubilowicz, J.W. and Moore, R.D. 2017. Quantifying the role of the snowpack in generating water available for runoff during rain-on-snow events from snow pillow data. Hydrological Processes 31: 4136-4150, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.11310.

Richardson, M., Sentlinger, G., Moore, R.D. and Zimmermann, A. 2017. Quantifying the relation between electrical conductivity and salt concentration for for dilution gauging via dry salt injection. Confluence: Journal of Watershed Science and Management 1(2), doi: 10.22230/jwsm.2.

Leach, J.A. and Moore, R.D. 2017. Insights on stream temperature processes through development of a coupled hydrologic and stream temperature model for forested coastal headwater catchments. Hydrological Processes 31: 3160-3177.

Moore, R.D. and Hutchinson, D. 2017. Why watershed analysts should use R for data processing and analysis. Confluence: Journal of Watershed Science and Management doi: 10.22230/jwsm2017v1n1a2

van der Kamp, D.W., Moore, R.D. and McKendry, I.G. 2017. A model for simulating the moisture content of standardized fuel sticks of various sizes. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 236: 123-134, doi: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2017.01.013

Richardson, M., Moore, R.D. and Zimmermann, A. 2017. Variability of tracer breakthrough curves in mountain streams: implications for streamflow measurement by slug injection. Canadian Water Resources Journal 42: 21-37, DOI: 10.1080/07011784.2016.1212676.

Moyer, A.N., Moore, R.D. and Koppes, M.N. 2016. Streamflow response to the rapid retreat of a lake-calving glacier. Hydrological Processes 30: 3650-3665. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10890.

Trubilowicz, J.W., Shea, J.M., Jost, G. and Moore, R.D. 2016. Suitability of North American Regional Reanalysis (NARR) output for hydrologic modelling and analysis in mountainous terrain. Hydrological Processes 30: 2332–2347. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10795.

Friele, P.A., Paige, K. and Moore, R.D. 2016. Stream temperature regimes and the distribution of the Rocky Mountain tailed frog at its northern range limit, southeastern British Columbia. Northwest Science 90: 159-175.

Clark, M.P., Schaefli, B., Schymanski, S.J., Samaniego, L., Luce, C.H., Jackson, B.M., Freer, J.E., Arnold, J.R., Moore, R.D., Istanbulluoglu, E., Ceola, S. and Harman, C. 2016. Improving the theoretical underpinnings of process-based hydrologic models. Water Resources Research 52, doi:10.1002/2015WR017910.

Kurylyk, B.L., Moore, R.D. and McQuarrie, K.T.B. 2016. Quantifying streambed heat advection due to groundwater-surface water interactions. Hydrological Processes 30: 987-992, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10709.

Parkinson, E., Lea, E.V., Nelitz, M., Knudson, J.M. and Moore, R.D. 2016. Identifying temperature thresholds associated with fish community changes in British Columbia, Canada, to support identification of temperature sensitive streams. River Research and Applications 32: 330–347. DOI: 10.1002/rra.2867.

Chernos, M., Koppes, M. and Moore, R.D. 2016. Ablation from calving and surface melt at lake-terminating Bridge Glacier, British Columbia, 1984-2013. The Cryosphere 10: 87-102, doi:10.5194/tc-10-87-2016, 2016.

Leach, J.A. and Moore, R.D. 2015. Observations and modeling of hillslope throughflow temperatures in a coastal forested catchment. Water Resources Research 51: 3770-3785, doi:10.1002/2014WR016763.

Smith, R.S., Moore, R.D., Weiler, M. and Jost, G. 2014. Spatial controls on groundwater response dynamics in a snowmelt-dominated montane catchment. Hydrology and Earth Systems Science 18: 1835–1856.

Allen, D.M., Stahl, K., Whitfield, P.H. and Moore, R.D. 2014. Trends in groundwater levels in British Columbia Canadian Water Resources Journal http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07011784.2014.885677.

Cowie, N.M., Moore, R.D. and Hassan, M.A. 2014. Effects of glacial retreat on proglacial streams and riparian zones in the Coast and North Cascade Mountains. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39: 351–365, DOI: 10.1002/esp.3453.

Moore, R.D., Leach, J.A. and Knudson, J.M. 2014. Geometric calculation of view factors for stream surface radiation modelling in the presence of riparian forest. Hydrological Processes 28: 2975–2986, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.9848.

Leach, J.A. and Moore, R.D. 2014. Winter stream temperature in the rain-on-snow zone of the Pacific Northwest: influences of hillslope runoff and transient snow cover. Hydrology and Earth Systems Science 18: 819-838, doi:10.5194/hess-18-819-2014.

Guenther, S.M., Gomi, T. and Moore, R.D. 2014. Stream and bed temperature variability in a coastal headwater catchment: influences of surface-subsurface interactions and partial-retention forest harvesting. Hydrological Processes 28: 1238–1249, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.9673.

Owens, P., Giles, T.R., Petticrew, E.L., Leggat, M., Moore, R.D. and Eaton, B.C. 2013. Muted responses of streamflow and suspended sediment flux in a wildfire-affected watershed. Geomorphology 202: 128-139. DOI: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.01.001

Moore, R.D., Nelitz, M. and Parkinson, E. 2013. Empirical modelling of maximum weekly average stream temperature in British Columbia, Canada, to support assessment of fish habitat suitability. Canadian Water Resources Journal 38: 135-147, DOI:10.1080/07011784.2013.794992.

Trubilowicz, J., Moore, R.D. and Buttle, J.M. 2013. Prediction of streamflow regime using ecological classification zones. Hydrological Processes 27: 1935-1944, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.9874.

Shea, J.M., Menounos, B., Moore, R.D., and Tennant, C. 2013. An approach to derive regional snowlines and glacier mass change from MODIS imagery, western North America. The Cryosphere 7: 667-680, doi:10.5194/tc-7-667-2013.

Richards, J., Moore, R.D. and Forrest, A.L. 2012. Late-summer thermal regime of a small proglacial lake. Hydrological Processes 26: 2687–2695 doi:10.1002/hyp.8360.

Leach, J.A., Moore, R.D., Hinch, S. and Gomi, T. 2012. Estimation of forest harvesting-induced stream temperature changes and bioenergetic consequences for cutthroat trout in a coastal stream in British Columbia, Canada. Aquatic Sciences 74: 427–441, doi:10.1007/s00027-011-0238-z.

Guenther, S.M., Moore, R.D. and Gomi, T. 2012. Riparian microclimate and evaporation from a coastal headwater stream, and their response to partial-retention forest harvesting. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 164: 1-9, doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2012.05.003.

Jost, G, Moore, R.D., Menounos, B. and Wheate, R. 2012. Quantifying the contribution of glacier runoff to streamflow in the upper Columbia River basin, Canada. Hydrology and Earth Systems Science 16: 849-860, doi:10.5194/hess-16-1-2012.

Sambaraju, K.R., Carroll, A.L., Zhu, J., Stahl, K., Moore, R.D. and Aukema, B.H. 2012. Climate change could alter the distribution of mountain pine beetle outbreaks in western Canada. Ecography 35: 211-225, doi:10.1111/j.1600-0587.2011.06847.x.

Hamilton, A.S. and Moore, R.D. 2012. Quantifying uncertainty in streamflow records. Canadian Water Resources Journal 37: 3-21.

Moore, R.D., Trubilowicz, J.W. and Buttle, J.M. 2012. Prediction of streamflow regime and annual runoff for ungauged basins using a distributed monthly water balance model. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 48: 32-42, doi:10.1111 / j.1752-1688.2011.00595.x.

Jost, G., Moore, R.D., Gluns, D. and Smith, R.S. 2012. Distributed temperature-index snowmelt modeling for forested catchments. Journal of Hydrology 420-421: 87-101.

Moore, R.D. and Richardson, J.S. 2012. Natural disturbance and forest management in riparian zones: Comparison of effects at reach, catchment and landscape scales Freshwater Science 31: 239-247.

Richards, J. and Moore, R.D. 2011. Discharge-dependence of stream albedo in a steep proglacial channel. Hydrological Processes 25: 4154-4158, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.8343.

Sharp, M., M. Ananicheva, A. Arendt, J.-O. Hagen, R. Hock, E. Josberger, R.D. Moore, W.T. Pfeffer and G.J. Wolken. 2011. Mountain glacers and ice caps. Chapter 7 in Snow, Water, Ice and Permafrost in the Arctic (SWIPA): Climate Change and the Cryosphere. Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program, Oslo, pp. 7-1 to 7-61.

Reuten, C., Moore, R.D. and Clarke, G.K.C. 2011. Quantifying differences between 2-m temperature observations and reanalysis pressure-level temperatures in northwestern North America. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 50: 916-929, doi: 10.1175/2010JAMC2498.1

McCleary, R.J., Hassan, M.A. Miller, D. and Moore, R.D. 2011. Spatial organization of process domains in headwater drainage basins of a glaciated foothills region with complex longitudinal profiles. Water Resources Research 47, W05505, doi:10.1029/2010WR009800.

Leach, J.A. and Moore, R.D. 2011. Stream temperature dynamics in two hydrogeomorphically distinct reaches. Hydrological Processes 25: 679-690, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7854.

Szeftel, P., Moore, R.D. and Weiler, M. 2011. Influence of the spatial distribution of flow gains and losses on the estimation of transient storage parameters from tracer experiments. Journal of Hydrology 396: 277-291, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2010.11.018

Shea, J.M. and Moore, R.D. 2010. Prediction of spatially distributed regional-scale fields of air temperature and vapour pressure over mountain glaciers. Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres. doi:10.1029/2010JD014351.

Varhola, A., Coops, N.C., Weiler, M. and Moore, R.D. 2010. Forest canopy effects on snow accumulation and ablation: an integrative review of empirical results. Journal of Hydrology 392: 219-233.

Leach, J.A. and Moore, R.D. 2010. Above-stream microclimate and stream surface energy exchanges in a wildfire-disturbed riparian zone. Hydrological Processes 24: 2369-2381, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7639.

Eaton, B.C., Moore, R.D. and Giles, T. 2010. Forest fire, root strength and channel instability: the 'unusual' response of Fishtrap Creek, British Columbia. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 35: 1167-1183, DOI: 10.1002/esp.1946.

Whitfield, P.H., Moore, R.D., Fleming, S.W. and Zawadski, A. 2010. Pacific Decadal Oscillation and the hydroclimatology of Western Canada - review and prospects. Canadian Water Resources Journal 35: 1-28.

Moore, R.D., Spittlehouse, D.L., Whitfield, P.H. and Stahl, K. 2010. Weather and climate. Chapter 3 in: Pike, R.G., T.E. Redding, R.D. Moore, R.D. Winkler and K.D. Bladon (editors). 2010. Compendium of forest hydrology and geomorphology in British Columbia. B.C. Ministry of Forest and Range, Forest Science Program, Victoria, B.C. and FORREX Forum for Research and Extension in Natural Resources, Kamloops, B.C. Land Management Handbook 66. pp. 47-84.

Eaton, B.C. and Moore, R.D. 2010. Regional hydrology. Chapter 4 in: Pike, R.G., T.E. Redding, R.D. Moore, R.D. Winkler and K.D. Bladon (editors). 2010. Compendium of forest hydrology and geomorphology in British Columbia. B.C. Ministry of Forest and Range, Forest Science Program, Victoria, B.C. and FORREX Forum for Research and Extension in Natural Resources, Kamloops, B.C. Land Management Handbook 66. pp. 85-110.

Winkler, R.D., Moore, R.D., Redding, T., Spittlehouse, D., Carlyle-Moses, D. and Smerdon, B. 2010. Hydrologic processes and watershed response. Chapter 6 in: Pike, R.G., T.E. Redding, R.D. Moore, R.D. Winkler and K.D. Bladon (editors). 2010. Compendium of forest hydrology and geomorphology in British Columbia. B.C. Ministry of Forest and Range, Forest Science Program, Victoria, B.C. and FORREX Forum for Research and Extension in Natural Resources, Kamloops, B.C. Land Management Handbook 66. pp. 133-178.

Winkler, R.D., Moore, R.D., Redding, T., Spittlehouse, D., Smerdon, B. and Carlyle-Moses, D. 2010. The effects of forest disturbance on hydrologic processes and watershed response. Chapter 7 in: Pike, R.G., T.E. Redding, R.D. Moore, R.D. Winker and K.D. Bladon (editors). 2010. Compendium of forest hydrology and geomorphology in British Columbia. B.C. Ministry of Forest and Range, Forest Science Program, Victoria, B.C. and FORREX Forum for Research and Extension in Natural Resources, Kamloops, B.C. Land Management Handbook 66. pp. 179-212.

Richardson, J. and Moore, R.D. 2010. Stream and riparian ecology. Chapter 13 in: Pike, R.G., T.E. Redding, R.D. Moore, R.D. Winkler and K.D. Bladon (editors). 2010. Compendium of forest hydrology and geomorphology in British Columbia. B.C. Ministry of Forest and Range, Forest Science Program, Victoria, B.C. and FORREX Forum for Research and Extension in Natural Resources, Kamloops, B.C. Land Management Handbook 66. pp. 441-455.

Pike, R., Redding, T., Wilford, D. Moore, R.D., Ice, G., Reiter, M. and Toews, D. 2010. Detecting and predicting changes in watersheds. Chapter 16 in: Pike, R.G., T.E. Redding, R.D. Moore, R.D. Winkler and K.D. Bladon (editors). 2010. Compendium of forest hydrology and geomorphology in British Columbia. B.C. Ministry of Forest and Range, Forest Science Program, Victoria, B.C. and FORREX Forum for Research and Extension in Natural Resources, Kamloops, B.C. Land Management Handbook 66. pp. 527-552.

Quilty, E. and Moore, R.D. 2010. Physical water quality – stream temperature. In: Pike, R.G., T.E. Redding, R.D. Moore, R.D. Winkler and K.D. Bladon (editors). 2010. Compendium of forest hydrology and geomorphology in British Columbia. B.C. Ministry of Forest and Range, Forest Science Program, Victoria, B.C. and FORREX Forum for Research and Extension in Natural Resources, Kamloops, B.C. Land Management Handbook 66. pp. 606-612.

Pike, R., Bennett, K., Redding, T., Werner, A., Spittlehouse, D., Moore, R.D., Murdock, T., Beckers, J., Smerdon, B., Bladon, K., Foord, V., Campbell, D. and Tschaplinski, P. 2010. Climate change effects on watershed processes in British Columbia. Chapter 19 in: Pike, R.G., T.E. Redding, R.D. Moore, R.D. Winkler and K.D. Bladon (editors). 2010. Compendium of forest hydrology and geomorphology in British Columbia. B.C. Ministry of Forest and Range, Forest Science Program, Victoria, B.C. and FORREX Forum for Research and Extension in Natural Resources, Kamloops, B.C. Land Management Handbook 66. pp. 699-748.