Thatcher, T., B. and K. Boyd, 2010. State of the Science—Channel migration zones in different landscapes and scales (abs): Proceedings of the American Water Resources Association Montana Chapter Annual Meeting, October 14-15, 2010.
Thatcher, T. and K. Boyd, 2010. The importance of developing map unit criteria in the development of channel migration zones (abs): Proceedings of the Association of Montana Floodplain Managers 11th Annual Conference “Floods of Liability”, Chico Hot Springs Resort, Pray, Montana, Marcy 1-4, 2010.
Boyd, K.F., P. Nielsen, and T. Thatcher, 2010. Development of a 100-year Channel Migration Zone (CMZ) map for the Clark Fork River from the Bitterroot River confluence to Huson (abs): proceedings of the 2010 Clark Fork Symposium, Missoula, Montana, March 4-5, 2010.
Jaeger, M., A. Ankrum, T. Watson, G. Hadley, J. Rotella, G. Jorday, R. Wilson, S. Camp, T. Thatcher, and K. Boyd, 2009. Pallid sturgeon management and recovery in the Yellowstone River, Annual Report for 2008.
Boyd, K.F, and T. Thatcher, 2009. Application of GIS technology in reach-scale channel migration zone mapping, Yellowstone River, Montana (abs): Proceedings of the 8th annual Northwest Stream Restoration Design Symposium, Stevenson, Washington, Feb 2-5, 2009.
Boyd, K.F, and C. Sestrich, 2008, The geomorphic history of Grayling Creek near West Yellowstone, Montana: Influences of the 1959 Hebgen Lake earthquake on channel form and process (abs): proceedings of the 2008 Montana Section of the American Water Resources Association 25th Annual Meeting, Big Sky Montana, Oct 2-3, 2008.
Doyle, M.W., F.D. Shields, K.F. Boyd, P. B. Skidmore, and D. Dominick, 2007: Channel-forming discharge selection in river restoration design: Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, July, 2007, p. 831-837.
Boyd, K.F., Marshall, D., and T. Byron, 2006. Watershed scale restoration planning in the Blackfoot River Watershed, Montana (abs). Geological Society of America 2006 Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs, Paper #115460 Philadelphia, October 22-25, 2006.
Thatcher, T. and K.F. Boyd, 2006. GIS-based inundation zone mapping as a floodplain management tool (abs): Proceedings of the Association of the Montana Floodplain Managers Conference, Helena, MT., March 21-23 2006.
Boyd, K.F., and T. Thatcher, 2005. Delineation of a composite hydrologic/geomorphic hazards corridor, Big Hole River, MT (abs): Proceedings of the American Water Resources Association Montana Section Meeting, Bozeman, MT, November 2005.
Marshall, D., and K. Boyd, 2005. Understanding and modeling upland sediment sources, delivery, and transport in the Blackfoot River watershed (abs): Proceedings of the 2005 Montana Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society, Feb 1-2, Bozeman, MT.
Gillilan S., K. Boyd, T. Hoitsma, and M. Kauffman, 2005. Challenges in developing and implementing ecological standards for geomorphic river restoration projects: a practitioner response to Palmer et al. (2005): Journal of Applied Ecology 42, 223-227.
Thatcher, T., K. Boyd, D. Marshall, and D. Kurtz, 2004. Delineation of River Corridor Boundaries for LIDAR data Collection, Lower Yellowstone River (abs): Abstract submitted to 2004 Association of Montana Floodplain Managers Conference, April 5-7, 2004.
Cramer, M., K. Bates, D. Miller, K. Boyd, L. Fotherby, P. Skidmore, and T. Hoitsma. 2003.Integrated Streambank Protection Guidelines. Co-published by the Washington Departments of Fish & Wildlife, Ecology, and Transportation. Olympia, Washington. 435 pp. http://wdfw.wa.gov/hab/ahg/ispgdoc.htm
Boyd, K., and D. Marshall, 2002. Integrated GIS analysis and geomorphic assessment as a tool for watershed management: 2002 Association of Montana Floodplain Managers conference, April 11-12, Missoula, MT.
Womack, R., and K. Boyd, 2002. Alteration of Yellowstone River form and habitat over the past 50 years (abs): Proceedings of “The Yellowstone River Floodplain Workshop: Tools, Technical Assistance, and Trends”, Billings, Montana, January 24-25, 2002.
Boyd, K., and Womack, R., 2002. Channel restoration and the illusion of function (abs): Proceedings of “The Yellowstone River Floodplain Workshop: Tools, Technical Assistance, and Trends”, Billings, Montana, January 24-25, 2002
Boyd, K.F, and R. Womack, 2001. Channel restoration and the illusion of function: Proceedings of the Mine Design, Operations and Closure Conference, Whitefish, Montana, April 2001.
Rotar, M., and K. Boyd. 1999. Restoration of an incised channel in southeastern Nebraska: Proceedings of the International Erosion Control Association annual meeting, Palm Springs, CA.
Skidmore, P., Cooper, P., and K. Boyd, 1999. Methodology for determining meander corridor limits. In: Watershed Management to Protect Declining Species, Rodney G. Sakrison and Peter Sturtevant eds, American Water Resources Association, Seattle, WA, December 1999, 421-424.
Boyd, K.F., L.M. Fotherby, B. Pollard, and J. Hart, 1999. Geomorphically based, standard bioengineered bank treatments. In: 1999 ASCE River Restoration Mini-Symposium of the International Water Resources Engineering Conference: Seattle, Washington, August 1999.
Boyd, K.F., M.W. Doyle, and M. Rotar, 1999. Estimation of dominant discharge in an unstable channel environment. In: 1999 ASCE River Restoration Mini-Symposium of the International Water Resources Engineering Conference: Seattle, Washington, August 1999.
Doyle, M.W., K.F. Boyd, and P.B. Skidmore, 1999. River restoration channel design: back to the basics of dominant discharge: Second International Conference on Natural Channel Systems, Niagara Falls, Canada, March, 1999.
Boyd, K.F., and P.B. Skidmore, 1999. Development of channel restoration strategies in contaminated floodplain environments: American Water Resources Association Summer Specialty Conference, Bozeman, MT, July 1999.
Skidmore, P.B., and K.F. Boyd. 1998. Geomorphically-based criteria for channel design: ASCE Conference on Wetlands and River Restoration, March, 1988, Denver, CO.
Boyd, K.F., and S.A. Schumm. 1995. Geomorphic evidence of deformation in the northern part of the New Madrid seismic zone, USGS Professional Paper 1538-R, 35p.
Schumm, S.A., K.F. Boyd, C.G. Wolff, and W.J. Spitz. 1995. A ground-water sapping landscape in the Florida Panhandle: Geomorphology, v. 12, p. 281-297.
Fischer, K.J. 1994. Fluvial geomorphology and flood control strategies: Sacramento River, California, IN: The Variability of Large Rivers, American Society of Civil Engineers, S.A. Schumm and B.R. Winkley, eds, pp. 115-138.
Fischer, K.J. 1993. Geomorphic controls of darter habitat: Proceedings of the Legacy Earth Resource Management Workshop, U.S. Department of Defense Legacy resource Management Program, Eglin Air Force Base, March 9-11, 1993.
Fischer, K.J. and M.D. Harvey. 1991. Geomorphic response of Lower Feather River, California to 19th century hydraulic mining operations: Proceedings of the 1991 Association of State Floodplain Managers Meeting, Denver, CO, June 10-14.
Fischer, K.J., M.D. Harvey, and L.W. Zevenbergen. 1991. Combined geomorphic and sediment transport analyses - application to a sedimentation problem: Proceedings of the 1991 Association of State Floodplain Managers Meeting, Denver, CO, June 10-14.
Fischer, K.J. and M.D. Harvey. 1990. Geomorphology and sedimentology of a valley fan, southern Utah: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Hydraulics/Hydrology of Arid Lands, San Diego, California, p. 602-607.
Fischer, K.J., M.D. Harvey, and D.B. Pridal. 1991. Deposition on revetments along the Sacramento River, California: Proceedings of the Fifth Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference, S. Fan and Y. Kou, eds., March 18-21, Las Vegas, Nevada, p. 4-102-4-107.
Fischer, K.J., M.D. Harvey, and E.F. Sing. 1991. Site prioritization for bank protection, Sacramento River, California: Proceedings of the Fifth Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference, S. Fan and Y. Kou, eds., March 18-21, Las Vegas, Nevada, p. 3-47 to 3-54.
Fischer, K.J., M.D. Harvey, and E.F. Sing. 1990. Geomorphic and sedimentologic evaluation of a proposed flood control project, Truckee River, Reno, Nevada: Proceedings of the 1990 National Conference on Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, American Society of Civil Engineers, San Diego, California, p. 820-825.