SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS (Google Scholar Profile, 20 accepted, 1 under review, 4 in prep)

*Undergraduate first author

In Prep (not peer-reviewed, 4)

Abeyta, A., Fernandes, A.M., Mahon, R.C., and Swanson, T., 2021, The True Cost of Field Education is a Barrier to Diversifying Geosciences (EarthArxiv Pre-Print).

Swanson, T., *Schafer, J., Mahon R.C., Procoki, E., Exploring the combined influence of dewatering and waning flow on bedform morphology and sedimentary structures. In preparation for Geology

*Arnold, A., Swanson, T., Mahon, R.C., Procoki, E., Slow growing ripples, or lower stage plane bed? Experimental investigation on spatial and temporal bounds on ripple growth. In preparation for Journal of Sedimentary Research: Current Ripples

Swanson, T., *Meredith. D., Fernandes, A., Mahon, R., Cardenas, B. T., How “set” are cross-sets? On the directional sensitivity of cross-set thickness statistics in preparation for Sedimentology

Currently under review (1)

C. M. Hughes, Rice, M. S., Barnhart, C. J., Swanson, T.E., Pfeiffer, A.M., Goudge, T.A., Foreman, B.Z., Sources of Clay-rich Sediment in Eberswalde crater, Mars with Implications for Biopreservation Potential. Under consideration by Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets

Accepted Peer-reviewed Publications (20)

20. Van Stan, J. T., Swanson, T. E., & Sasse, R. K., 2022, Carbonate dissolution cones are unlikely to originate from stemflow funneling. Geomorphology, 108215.

19. * Palermo, R.V., Piliouras, A., Swanson, T.E., Ashton, A.D., and Mohrig, D., 2021, The effects of storms and a transient sandy veneer on the interannual planform evolution of a low-relief coastal cliff and shore platform at Sargent Beach, Texas, USA: Earth Surface Dynamics, v. 9, p. 1111–1123, doi:10.5194/esurf-9-1111-2021.

18. Carlson, B.N., Nittrouer, J.A., Swanson, T.E., Moodie, A.J., Dong, T.Y., Ma, H., Kineke, G.C., Pan, M., and Wang, Y., 2021, Impacts of Engineered Diversions and Natural Avulsions on Delta-Lobe Stability: Geophysical Research Letters, v. 48, p. e2021GL092438, doi:10.1029/2021GL092438.

17. Van Stan, J.T., Ponette-González, A.G., Swanson, T., and Weathers, K.C., 2021, Throughfall and stemflow are major hydrologic highways for particulate traffic through tree canopies: Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, v. 19, p. 404–410, doi:10.1002/fee.2360.

16. Odezulu, C.I., Swanson, T., and Anderson, J.B., 2021, Holocene progradation and retrogradation of the Central Texas Coast regulated by alongshore and cross-shore sediment flux variability: The Depositional Record, v. 7, p. 77–92, doi:

15. Fernandes, A.M., Abeyta, A., Mahon, R.C., Martindale, R., Bergmann, K.D., Jackson, C.A., Present, T.M., Reano, D., Swanson, T., Butler, K., Brisson, S., Mohrig, D., and Johnson, C., 2020, Enriching Lives within Sedimentary Geology: Evaluating SEPM’s Role in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, The Sedimentary Record, v. 18, p. 4-12.

14. Wu, C., Nittrouer, J.A., Swanson, T., Ma, H., Barefoot, E., Best, J., and Allison, M., 2020, Dune-scale cross-strata across the fluvial-deltaic backwater regime: Preservation potential of an autogenic stratigraphic signature: Geology, v. 48, p. 1144–1148, doi:10.1130/G47601.1.

13. Cardenas, B.T., Mohrig, D., Goudge, T.A., Hughes, C.M., Levy, J.S., Swanson, T., Mason, J., and Zhao, F., 2020, The anatomy of exhumed river-channel belts: Bedform to belt-scale river kinematics of the Ruby Ranch Member, Cretaceous Cedar Mountain Formation, Utah, USA: Sedimentology, v. 67, p. 3655–3682, doi:10.1111/sed.12765.

12. Van Stan, J.T., Allen, S.T., Swanson, T., Skinner, M., and Gordon, D.A., 2020, Wrack and ruin: Legacy hydrologic effects of hurricane-deposited wrack on hardwood-hammock coastal islands: Environmental Research Communications, v. 2, p. 061001, doi:10.1088/2515-7620/ab9527.

11. Cardenas, B.T., Swanson, T., Goudge, T.A., Wagner, R.W., and Mohrig, D., 2019, The Effect of Remote Sensing Resolution Limits on Aeolian Sandstone Measurements and the Reconstruction of Ancient Dune Fields on Mars: Numerical Experiment Using the Page Sandstone, Earth: Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, v. 124, p. 3244–3256, doi:10.1029/2019JE006191.

10. Cardenas, B.T., Kocurek, G., Mohrig, D., Swanson, T., Hughes, C.M., and Brothers, S.C., 2019, Preservation of Autogenic Processes and Allogenic Forcings in Set-Scale Aeolian Architecture II: The Scour-and-Fill Dominated Jurassic Page Sandstone, Arizona, U.S.A.: Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 89, p. 741–760, doi:10.2110/jsr.2019.41.

9. Swanson, T., Mohrig, D., Kocurek, G., Cardenas, B.T., and Wolinsky, M.A., 2019, Preservation of Autogenic Processes and Allogenic Forcings in Set-Scale Aeolian Architecture I: Numerical Experiments: Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 89, p. 728–740, doi:10.2110/jsr.2019.42.

8. Swanson, T., Mohrig, D., Kocurek, G., Perillo, M., and Venditti, J., 2018, Bedform spurs: a result of a trailing helical vortex wake: Sedimentology, v. 65, p. 191–208, doi:10.1111/sed.12383.

7. Swanson, T., Mohrig, D., Kocurek, G., and Liang, M., 2017, A Surface Model for Aeolian Dune Topography: Mathematical Geosciences, v. 49, p. 635–655, doi:10.1007/s11004-016-9654-x.

6. Swanson, T., Mohrig, D., and Kocurek, G., 2016, Aeolian dune sediment flux variability over an annual cycle of wind: Sedimentology, v. 63, p. 1753–1764, doi:10.1111/sed.12287.

5. Eastwood, E.N., Kocurek, G., Mohrig, D., and Swanson, T., 2012, Methodology for reconstructing wind direction, wind speed and duration of wind events from aeolian cross-strata: Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, v. 117, doi:10.1029/2012JF002368.

4. Nowinski, J.D., Cardenas, M.B., Lightbody, A.F., Swanson, T.E., and Sawyer, A.H., 2012, Hydraulic and thermal response of groundwater–surface water exchange to flooding in an experimental aquifer: Journal of Hydrology, v. 472–473, p. 184–192, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.09.018.

3. * Gerecht, K.E., Cardenas, M.B., Guswa, A.J., Sawyer, A.H., Nowinski, J.D., and Swanson, T.E. Dynamics of hyporheic flow and heat transport across a bed-to-bank continuum in a large regulated river: Water Resources Research, v. 47, doi:10.1029/2010WR009794.

2. Swanson, T.E., and Cardenas, M.B., 2011, Ex-Stream: A MATLAB program for calculating fluid flux through sediment–water interfaces based on steady and transient temperature profiles: Computers & Geosciences, v. 37, p. 1664–1669, doi:10.1016/j.cageo.2010.12.001.

1. Swanson, T.E., and Cardenas, M.B., 2010, Diel heat transport within the hyporheic zone of a pool-riffle-pool sequence of a losing stream and evaluation of models for fluid flux estimation using heat: Limnology and Oceanography, v. 55, p. 1741–1754, doi:10.4319/lo.2010.55.4.1741.