The U.S. Geological Survey
United States Virgin Islands
Jenny Curtis is a process geomorphologist with the USGS California Water Science Center. Her office is located in Eureka, CA and in 1999 she joined the Regional Watershed Hydrology Research Group. For the past 20 years she has investigated “source to sink” water and sediment dynamics with research areas that range from mountain source areas, to alluvial lowlands, the estuarine interface and oceanic depositional systems. Recent investigations include geomorphic mapping to support river restoration, sediment deposition in tidal marshes and floodplains, sediment studies to support dam removal, and water balance studies under historic and future climates.
estuarine ecosystems freshwater ecosystems land use change spatial analysis erosion
Curtis, J.A., Wright, S.A., Minear, J.T., and Flint, L.E., 2015, Assessing geomorphic change along the Trinity River downstream from Lewiston Dam, California, 1980 to 2011: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2014-1047.
Curtis, J.A., and Guerrero, T.M., 2015, Geomorphic mapping to support river restoration on the Trinity River downstream from Lewiston Dam, California, 1980–2011: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2015-5046.
Curtis, J.A. and Guerrero, T.M., 2015, Database of Geomorphic Features, Trinity River, California, 1980-2011: U.S. Geological Survey Data Release