Schilling, K.E., C.F. Wolter, J.A. Palmer, W.J. Beck, F.F. Williams, P.L. Moore, and T.M. Isenhart, 2023, An assessment of streambank erosion rates in Iowa. Environments v. 10(5), 84, doi:10.3390/environments10050084
Bonham, T., 2022, Hydraulic Geometry Relationships and the Development of Regional Curves for Iowa Streams. M.S. thesis, Iowa State University. [pdf version].
McDanel, J.J., N.A. Meghani, B.A. Miller & P.L. Moore, 2022, Harmonized landform regions in the glaciated Central Lowlands, USA, Journal of Maps, doi: 10.1080/17445647.2022.2090866.
Beck, W.J., T. Isenhart, P.L. Moore, K. Schilling, R.C. Schultz, K. Cole, and M.D. Tomer, 2022, Fine-grained sediment and phosphorus storage in a suspended-load dominated, alluvial channel. Journal of the ASABE, doi: 10.13031/ja.14847.
Moore, P.L., 2021, Numerical simulation of supraglacial debris mobility: implications for ablation and landform genesis. Frontiers in Earth Science. doi: 10.3389/feart.2021.710131.
Moore, P.L., M.A. Graesch, and B. Caissie, 2021, Landforms and Geology, Iowa's Nature Series, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach publication W17a, https://naturalresources.extension.iastate.edu/Iowas-Nature.
Livers, B., K.B. Lininger, N. Kramer, and A. Sendrowski, 2020, Porosity problems: comparing and reviewing methods for estimating porosity and volume of wood jams in the field. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms ‘Wood in Rivers’ Special Issue. DOI: 10.1002/esp.4969.
Williams, F.F., P.L. Moore, T.M. Isenhart, and M.D. Tomer, 2020, Automated measurement of eroding streambank volume from high-resolution aerial imagery and terrain analysis. Geomorphology, v. 367, doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2020.107313.
Westoby, M.J., D.R. Rounce, T.E. Shaw, C.L. Fyffe, P.L. Moore, R.L. Stewart, and B.W. Brock, 2020. Geomorphological evolution of a debris-covered glacier surface. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, https://doi.org/10.1002/esp.4973.
Beck, W.J., P.L. Moore, K.E. Schilling, C.F. Wolter, T.M. Isenhart, K.J. Cole, and M.D. Tomer, 2019, Changes in lateral floodplain connectivity accompanying stream channel evolution: Implications for sediment and nutrient budgets. Science of the Total Environment, v 660, p. 1015-1028. doi:10.1016/j.scietotenv.2019.01.038.
McDanel, J.J., 2019, Noncontributing Areas as Indices of Landscape Development in the Glaciated Central Lowlands, USA. Iowa State University. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019. 27665333.
Williams, F.F., 2019, AIMM: a methodology for measuring bank erosion on a statewide scale. Iowa State University, Graduate Theses and Dissertations 17360.
Carullo, S.A., 2019, Investigating the impact of forested riparian areas on stream morphology in Iowa using aerial LiDAR. Iowa State University, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019. 13883779.
Moore, P.L., L.I. Nelson, and T.M.D. Groth, 2019, Debris properties and mass balance impacts on adjacent debris-covered glaciers, Mount Rainier, USA. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, v. 51(1), p. 70-83. doi: 10.1080/15230430.2019.1582269.
Beck, W.J., T.M. Isenhart, P.L. Moore, K.E. Schilling, R.C. Schultz, and M.D. Tomer, 2018, Streambank alluvial unit contributions to suspended sediment and total Phosphorus loads, Walnut Creek, Iowa, USA, Water, v. 10(2), doi:10.3390/w10020111.
Moore, P.L. 2018, Stability of supraglacial debris, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, v. 48(1), p. 285-297. doi: 10.1002/esp.4244.
Moore, P.L., 2014, Deformation of debris-ice mixtures, Reviews of Geophysics, doi: 10.1002/2014RG000453.
Moore, P.L., J.P. Winberry, N.R. Iverson, K. Christianson, S. Anandakrishnan, M. Jackson, M. Mathison, and D. Cohen, 2013 , Glacier slip and seismicity induced by surface melt, Geology, Vol. 41 no. 12, p. 1247-50.
Moore, P.L., N.R. Iverson, K.T. Uno, M.P. Dettinger, K.A. Brugger, and P. Jansson, 2012, Entrainment and emplacement of englacial debris bands near the margin of Storglaciaren, Sweden. Boreas, 10.1111/j.1502-3885.2012.00274.x. ISSN 0300-9483.
Moore, P.L., N.R. Iverson, K.A. Brugger, D. Cohen, T.S. Hooyer, and P. Jansson, 2011, Effect of a cold margin on ice flow at the terminus of Storglaciaren, Sweden: implications for sediment transport.Journal of Glaciology, Vol. 57, no. 201, p. 77-87.
Kavanaugh, J.L., P.L. Moore, C.F. Dow and J.W. Sanders, 2010, Using pressure pulse seismology to examine basal criticality and the influence of sticky spots on glacial flow, Journal of Geophysical Research - Earth Surface, Vol. 115, F04025, doi:10.1029/2010JF001666.
Moore, P.L., N.R. Iverson and D. Cohen, 2010, Conditions for thrust faulting in a glacier, Journal of Geophysical Research - Earth Surface, Vol. 115, F02005, doi:10.1029/2009JF001307.
Kavanaugh, J.L. and P.L. Moore, 2010, A peak-capturing measurement circuit for detecting and recording short-duration glacial signals, Journal of Glaciology, Vol. 56, no. 195, p. 41-47.
Moore, P.L., N.R. Iverson and D. Cohen, 2009, Ice flow across a warm-based/cold-based transition at a glacier margin, Annals of Glaciology, Vol. 50, no. 52 p. 1-8.
Moore, P.L., N.R. Iverson, and R.M. Iverson, 2008, Frictional properties of the Mount St. Helens gouge; Chapter 20 of D.A. Sherrod, W.E. Scott and P.H. Stauffer, (eds.), A Volcano Rekindled: The renewed eruption of Mount St. Helens, 2004-2006, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper no. 1750.
Iverson, N.R., T.S. Hooyer, U.H. Fischer, D. Cohen, P.L. Moore, M. Jackson, G. Lappegard, and J. Kohler, 2007, Soft-bed experiments beneath Engabreen, Norway: Regelation infiltration, basal slip and bed deformation, Journal of Glaciology, Vol. 53 no. 182, p. 323-340.
Cohen, D., N.R. Iverson, T.S. Hooyer, U.H. Fischer, M. Jackson, and P.L. Moore, 2005, Debris-bed friction of hard-bedded glaciers, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 110, no. F02007, doi:10.1029/2004JF000228.
Iverson, N.R., D. Cohen, T.S. Hooyer, U. H. Fischer, M. Jackson, P.L. Moore, G. Lappegard, and J. Kohler, 2003, Effects of basal debris on glacier flow, Science, Vol. 301, pp. 81-4.
Moore, P.L., and N.R. Iverson, 2002, Slow, episodic shear of granular materials regulated by dilatant strengthening, Geology, Vol. 30, no. 9, pp. 843-6.