Matthew J. Deitch
Assistant Professor, Watershed Management
- Watershed Management
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My research examines the causes, effects, and prevention of surface water impairment primarily through changes in water quantity for residential, agricultural, and recreational uses. I use empirical field data collection and spatial models to examine how water and land can be managed to meet human and ecological needs.
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- Deitch, M.J., S.T. Feirer, and M. van Docto. 2016. A spatially explicit framework for assessing the effects of weather and water rights on streamflow. Applied Geography 67: 14-26. 10.1016/j.apgeog.2015.11.018.
- Deitch, M.J, and G.M. Kondolf. 2015. Salmon in a Mediterranean Climate: California’s Incendiary Mix. In Lassiter, A., editor. Pages 269-291 in Sustainable Water: Challenges and Solutions from California. University of California Press, Berkeley.
- Deitch, M.J., A.M. Merenlender, and S.T. Feirer. 2013. Cumulative effects of small reservoirs on streamflow in northern Coastal California catchments. Water Resources Management 27: 5101-5118, DOI: 10.1007/s11269-013-0455-4.
- Deitch, M.J. and G.M. Kondolf. 2012. Consequences of variations in magnitude and duration of an instream environmental flow threshold across a longitudinal gradient. Journal of Hydrology 420-421: 17-24.
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