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Kimberly Meitzen

kimberly meitzen
Kimberly Meitzen

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Geography, University of South Carolina, 2011
Office: ELA 382
Phone: 512.245.1336
Email: kmm218@txstate.edu
Vita
Research Interests: Fluvial Processes and Geomorphology, River Basin Management, Biogeography


Publications:

Meitzen, K.M. (PA) 2016. Streamflow changes across North Carolina from 1955-2012 with implications for environmental flow management. Geomorphology 252: 171-184

Meitzen, K.M. (PA), Kupfer, J.A. 2015. Abandoned meander forest development in a large alluvial southeastern floodplain, South Carolina, USA. River Systems 21(2-3): 141-162.

Meitzen, K.M. (PA) 2015. Geography. In Oxford Bibliographies in Environmental Science. Ed. Ellen Wohl. New York: Oxford University Press, DOI:0.1093/obo/9780199363445-0037

Meitzen, K.M. (PA) 2014. A classic examination of fluvial processes and forest patterns: Victor E. Shelford (1954) Some Lower Mississippi Valley Flood Plain Biotic Communities: Their Age and Elevation. Ecology 35:2 126-142. Progress in Physical Geography. 38(6): 818-826. DOI: 10.1177/0309133314556925

Kupfer, J.A. (PA), Meitzen, K.M. and P. Gao. 2014. Flooding and surface connectivity of Taxodium-Nyssa stands in a southern floodplain forest ecosystem. River Research and Applications. DOI: 10.1002/rra.2828

Meitzen, K.M. (PA), Doyle, M.W., Thoms, M.C., and C.E. Burns. 2013.Geomorphology in the Interdisciplinary Context of Environmental Flows. Geomorphology. 200: 143-154. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/

Kupfer, J. A. (PA) , Meitzen, K. M., and A. R. Pipkin. 2010. Controls of early post- logging successional pathways in a southern floodplain forest. Forest Ecology and Management. 259: 1880 – 1889.

Meitzen, K. M. (PA) 2009. Lateral Chanel Migration Effects on Riparian Forest Structure and Composition, Congaree River, South Carolina, USA. Wetlands 29(2): 465– 475.

Meitzen, K.M. (PA) 2005. Overbank Flooding and Sedimentation Patterns in a Floodplain Environment, Lower Guadalupe River, Texas. University of Texas Undergraduate Research Journal 4(1): 34 – 47.


Courses Taught:

GEOG 5316/GEOG 7370: Graduate Seminar Topics Course: “Nature and Society Interactions in River Basin Management”
GEOG7393: Rivers and Society