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Peyton Lisenby

Email Addresses
peyton.lisenby@msutexas.edu
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  • Geosciences
    Assistant Professor

    Office Location
    Bolin Hall
    Phone
    Voice: (940) 397-4475
  •   Semester Course # Section Course Name Location Days / Times
    Details Fall 2019 GEOS 6001 101 Graduate Seminar Bolin Hall BO 125
    Details Fall 2019 GEOS 3734 101 Geomorphology Bolin Hall BO 125
    Details Fall 2019 ENSC 1114 101 Foundations of Environmental Science Bolin Hall BO 127
    Details Spring 2019 GEOS 5033 101 GIS for Geosciences Bolin Hall BO105
    Details Spring 2019 GEOS 4001 101 Undergraduate Seminar Bolin Hall BO 105
    Details Spring 2019 ENSC 1114 101 Foundations of Environmental Science Bolin Hall BO 127
    Details Fall 2018 GNSC 1104 101 Life/Earth Science Bolin Hall 127
    Details Fall 2018 GEOS 4001 101 Undergraduate Seminar Bolin Hall 125
    Details Fall 2018 ENSC 1114 101 Foundations of Environmental Science Bolin Hall 127
  • Institution Degree Graduation Date
    Sam Houston State University B.S. Geology 2010-8-7 0:0:0
    Texas Christian University M.S. Geology 2013-5-11 0:0:0
    Macquarie University PhD 2018-4-18 0:0:0
  • Institution Position Start Date End Date
  • Conference Presentations
    2016- American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Poster presentation of “River Sensitivity and Catchment Connectivity: Key Controls on Geomorphic Response and Effectiveness”
     
    2016- 8th Australian Stream Management Conference, Leura, New South Wales, Australia. Oral presentation of “Sedimentologically Significant Tributaries: Characterizing Sediment Connectivity in the Lockyer Valley, SEQ”
     
    2014- Australia-New Zealand Geomorphology Group, Mt. Tambourine, Queensland, Australia. Oral presentation of “River Change in the Lockyer Valley, Queensland: A Historical Context for Catastrophic Floods”
     
    2013- International Association of Geomorphologists 8th International Conference on Geomorphology, Paris, France. Oral presentation of "High-Resolution Characterization of a Tropical Montane Stream: Using Terrestrial Laser Scanning to Relate Channel Morphology to the Distribution of Stream Power and Shear Stress"
     
    2013- Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA. Oral presentation of “A Reach-Scale Characterization of the Second-Order, Tropical Montane Stream: Using Terrestrial Laser Scanning to
    Relate Channel Morphology to the Distribution of Stream Power and Shear Stress”
     
    2012- American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Poster presentation of “A Reach-Scale Characterization of the Second-Order, Tropical Montane Stream: Using Terrestrial Laser Scanning to Relate Channel Morphology to the Distribution of Stream Power and Shear Stress”
     
    2012- Geological Society of America Annual Meeting and Exposition, Charlotte, NC. Oral presentation of “A Reach-Scale Characterization of the Second-Order, Tropical Montane Stream: Using Terrestrial Laser Scanning to Relate Channel Morphology to the Distribution of Stream Power and Shear Stress”

    Publications

    Journal Articles

    Lisenby, P.E., Fryirs, K., 2017. Sedimentologically Significant Tributaries: Catchment-Scale Controls on Sediment (Dis)Connectivity in the Lockyer Valley, SEQ, Australia. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 42: 1493–1504. doi: 10.1002/esp.4130

    Lisenby, P.E., Fryirs, K., 2017. ‘Out with the Old?’ Why Coarse Spatial Datasets are Still Useful for Catchment-Scale Investigations of Sediment (Dis)Connectivity. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 42: 1588–1596. doi: 10.1002/esp.4131

    Lisenby, P., Croke, J., Fryirs, K., 2017. Geomorphic Effectiveness: A Linear Concept in a Non-linear World. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, doi: 10.1002/esp.4096

    Lisenby, P.E., Fryirs, K.A., 2016. Catchment- and reach-scale controls on the distribution and expectation of geomorphic channel adjustment. Water Resources Research 52(5), 3408-3427. doi: 10.1002/2015WR017747

    Fryirs, K., Lisenby, P.E., Croke, J., 2015. Morphological and historical resilience to catastrophic flooding: The case of Lockyer Creek, SE Queensland, Australia. Geomorphology 241, 55-71. doi: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2015.04.008

    Lisenby, P.E., Slattery, M.C., Wasklewicz, T.A., 2014. Morphological organization of a steep, tropical headwater stream: The aspect of channel bifurcation. Geomorphology 214(0), 245-260. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2014.02.009

    Conference Proceedings

    Lisenby, P., Fryirs, K., 2016. Sedimentologically Significant Tributaries: Characterizing Sediment Connectivity in the Lockyer Valley, SEQ. In: G. Vietz, A.J. Flatley, I.D. Rutherford (Eds.), Proceedings of the 8th Australian Stream Management Conference. RBMS, Leura, NSW, 435-443.