Peer-Reviewed Publications


Note: These are the article published during the iUTAH EPSCoR project between 2012 - 2018.  We have tried to keep an accurate record, but may have missed articles due to the timing and availability at the close of the project.

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Barnett, M.J., D. Jackson-Smith, and M. Haeffner. 2018. Influence of recreational activity on water quality perceptions and concerns in Utah: A replicated analysis. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 22:26-36. 10.1016/j.jort.2017.12.003.


Feng, Y, S.J. Burian, and E.R. Pardyjak. 2018. Observation and estimation of evapotranspiration from an irrigated green roof in a rain-scarce environment. Water, 10:262. 10.3390/w10030262.

Garner, J., A.L. Porter, A. Leidolf, and M. Baker. 2018. Measuring and visualizing research collaboration and productivity. Journal of Data and Information Science, 3:54-81. 10.2478/jdis-2018-0004.

Haeffner, M., D. Jackson-Smith, and C.G. Flint. 2018. Social position influencing the water perception gap between local leaders and constituents in a socio-hydrological system. Water Resources Research, 54:663-679. 10.1002/2017WR021456.


Jones, A.S., J.S. Horsburgh, and D. Eiriksson. 2018. Assessing subjectivity in environmental sensor data post processing via a controlled experiment. Ecological Informatics, 36: 86-86. 10.1016/j.ecoinf.2018.05.001.

Martinez, A. E., A.A. Ayomipo, and S. C. Walther. 2018. Riparian vegetation and digitized channel variable changes after stream impoundment: the Provo River and Jordanelle Reservoir. International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research, 9:19-35. 10.4018/IJAGR.2018010102.

Painter, T. H., S. M. Skiles, J. S. Deems, W. T. Brandt, and J. Dozier. 2018. Variation in rising limb of Colorado River snowmelt runoff hydrograph controlled by dust radiative forcing in snow. Geophysical Research Letters, 45:797–808. 10.1002/2017GL075826.





Armstrong, A. and D. Jackson-Smith. 2017. Connections and collaborations of local water management organizations of Utah. Society & Natural Resources, 30:1343-1357. 10.1080/08941920.2017.1347972.


Buahin, C.A., N. Sangwan, C. Fagan, C. Rae, D.R. Maidment, J.E. Nelson, J.S. Horsburgh, and V. Merwade. 2017. Probabilistic flood inundation delineation using a rating curve library approach. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 53: 300-315. 10.1111/1752-1688.12500.


Chan, A. M., and D. R. Bowling. 2017. Assessing the thermal dissipation sap flux density method for monitoring cold season water transport in seasonally snow-covered forests. Tree Physiology, 37: 984-995. 10.1093/treephys/tpx049.


Edwards, E.C., R.C. Bosworth, P. Adams, V. Baji, A. Burrows, C. Gerdes, and M. Jones. 2017. Economic insight from Utah’s water efficiency supply curve. Water, 9, 214. 10.3390/w9030214.


Flint, C.G., A.S, Jones, and J.S. Horsburgh. 2017. Data management dimensions of social water science: the iUTAH experience. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 53:988-996. 10.1111/1752-1688.12568.


Flint C.G., C. Mascher, Z. Oldroyd, P.A. Valle, E. Wynn, Q. Cannon, A. Brown, and B. Unger. 2017. Public intercept interviews and surveys for gathering place-based perceptions: Observations from community water research in Utah. Journal of Rural Social Science, 31:105-125. DOIxxx.


Flint, C.G., X. Dai, D.B. Jackson-Smith, J. Endter-Wada, S.K. Yeo, R.L. Hale, and M.K. Dolan, 2017. Social and geographic contexts of water concerns in Utah. Society & Natural Resources, 8:885-902. 10.1080/08941920.


Gabor, R. S., S.J. Hall, D.P. Eiriksson, Y. Jameel, M. Millington, T. Stout, M. Barnes, A. Gelderloos, H. Tennant, G. Bowen, B. Neilson, and P.B. Brooks. 2017. Persistent Urban Influence on Surface Water Quality via Impacted Groundwater. Environmental Science and Technology, 51: 9477-9487. 10.1021/acs.est.7b00271.


Goharian, E., S. Burian, J. Lillywhite, and R. Hile. 2017. Vulnerability assessment to support integrated water resources management of metropolitan water supply systems. Journal Of Water Resources Planning and Management, 143:0. 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000738.


Goodsell, T.H., G.T. Carling, Z.T. Aanderud, S. Nelson, D.P. Fernandez, and D.G. Tingey. 2017. Thermal groundwater contributions of arsenic and other trace elements to the middle Provo River, Utah, USA. Environmental Earth Sciences, 76:268. 10.1007/s12665-017-6594-9.


Grant, J., and D.  Patterson. 2016. Innovative arts programs require innovative partnerships: A case study of STEAM partnering between an art gallery and a Natural History Museum. The Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas, 89:144-152. 10.1080/00098655.2016.1170453.


Haeffner, M., D. Jackson-Smith, M. Buchert, and J. Risley. 2017. Accessing blue spaces: Social and geographic factors structuring familiarity with, use of, and appreciation of urban waterways. Landscape and Urban Planning, 167:136-146. 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2017.06.008.


Horsburgh, J.S., M. E.Leonardo, A. M. Abdallah, and D. E. Rosenberg. 2017. Measuring water use, conservation, and differences by gender using an inexpensive, high frequency metering system. Environmental Modelling & Software, 96:83-94. 10.1016/j.envsoft.2017.06.035.


Hsu, L., E. Mayorga, J.S. Horsburgh, M.R. Carter, K.A. Lehnert, and S.L. Brantley. 2017. Enhancing interoperability and capabilities of earth science data using the observations data model 2 (ODM2). Data Science Journal, 16:4. 10.5334/dsj-2017-004.


Jones, A.S., Z.T. Aanderud, J.S. Horsburgh, D. Eiriksson, D. Dastrup, C. Cox, S.B. Jones, D.R. Bowling, J. Carlisle, G.T. Carling, and M.A. Baker. 2017. Designing and implementing a network for and hydrology across mountain to urban transitions. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 53:1095–1120. 10.1111/1752-1688.12557.


McIntosh, J.C., C. Schuamberg,J. Perdrial, A.A. Harpold, A. Vázquez-Ortega, C. Rasmussen, X. Zapata-Rios, P.B. Brooks, T. Meixner, J. Pelleteir, L. Derry, and J. Chorover. 2017. Geochemical evolution of the Critical Zone across variable time scales informs concentration-discharge relationships: Jemez River Basin Critical Zone Observatory. Water Resources Research, 53:4169–4196. 10.1002/2016WR019712.


Meeks, L., and D.E. Rosenberg. 2017. High influence: identifying and ranking stability, topological significance, and redundancies in water resource networks. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 143:xx. 



Melcher, A. A., and J. S. Horsburgh. 2017. An urban observatory for quantifying phosphorus and suspended solids loads in combined natural and stormwater conveyances. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 189:285. 10.1007/s10661-017-5974-7.


Meyer, J.D.D., and J. Jin. 2017. The response of future projections of the North American monsoon when combining dynamical downscaling and bias correction of CCSM4 output. Climate Dynamics, 49:433-447. 10.1007/s00382-016-3352-8.


Mihalevich, B.A., J.S. Horsburgh, and A.A. Melcher. 2017. High-frequency measurements reveal spatial and temporal patterns of dissolved organic matter in an urban water conveyance. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 189:593. 10.1007/s10661-017-6310-y.


Morsy, M.M., J.L. Goodall, A.M. Castronova, P. Dash, V. Merwade, J.M. Sadler, M.A. Rajib, J.S. Horsburgh, and D.G. Tarboton. 2017. Design of a metadata framework for environmental models with an example hydrologic application in HydroShare. Environmental Modelling and Software, 93:13-28. 10.1016/j.envsoft.2017.02.028.


Null, S.E., N.R. Mouzon, and L.R. Elmore. 2017. Dissolved oxygen, stream temperature, and fish habitat response to environmental water purchases. Journal of Environmental Management, 197: 559-570. 10.106/j.jenvman.2017.04.016.


Oerter, E.J., A. Perelet, E. Pardyjak, and G. Bowen. 2017. Membrane inlet laser spectroscopy to measure H and O stable isotope compositions of soil and sediment pore water with high sample throughput. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 31:75-84. 10.1002/rcm.7768.


Oerter, E.J., and G. Bowen. 2017. In situ monitoring of H and O stable isotopes in soil water reveals ecohydrologic dynamics in managed soil systems. Ecohydrology, 10:e1841. 10.1002/eco.1841.


Oerter, E., M. Malone, A. Putman, D. Drits-Esser, L. Stark, and G. Bowen. 2017. Every apple has a voice: using stable isotopes to teach about food sourcing and the water cycle. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 21:3799-3810. 10.5194/hess-21-3799-2017.


Parajuli, K., M. Sadeghi, and S.B. Jones. 2017. A binary mixing model for characterizing stony-soil water retention. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 244:1-8. 10.1016/j.agrformet.2017.05.013.


Rycewicz-Borecki, M., J.E. McLean, and R.R. Dupont. 2017. Nitrogen and phosphorus mass balance, retention and uptake in six plant species grown in stormwater bioretention microcosms. Journal of Ecological Engineering, 99:409-416. 10.1016/j.ecoleng.2016.11.020.


Sheng, W. R. Zhou, M. Sadeghi, D.A. Robinson, M. Tuller, and S.B. Jones. 2017. A TDR array probe for monitoring near-surface soil moisture distribution. Vadose Zone Journal, 16:xx. 10.2136/vzj2016.11.0112.


Smith, K., C. Strong, and F. Rassoul-Agha. 2017. A new method for generating stochastic simulations of daily air temperature for use in weather generators. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 56: 953. 10.1175/jamc-d-16-0122.1.


Stoker, P., R. Rothfeder, K. Dudley, P. Dennison, and M. Buchert. 2017. Comparing the utility of LiDAR data vs. multi-spectral imagery for parcel scale water demand modeling. Urban Water Journal, 14:331-335. 10.1080/1573062X.2015.1111915.


Strong, C., K. Khatri, A. Kochanski, C. Lewis, and N. Allen. 2017. Reference evapotranspiration from coarse-scale and dynamically downscaled data in complex terrain: sensitivity to interpolation and resolution. Journal of Hydrology, 548:406-418. 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2017.02.045.


Strong, C. and J.G. McCabe. 2017. Observed variations in U.S. frost timing linked to atmospheric circulation patterns. Nature Communications, 8:15307. 10.1038/ncomms153707.


Swetnam, T., P.D. Brooks, H.R. Barnard, A.A. Harpold, and E. Gallo. 2017. Topographically driven differences in energy and water constrain climatic control on forest carbon sequestration. Ecosphere, 8:e01797. 10.1002/ecs2.1797.


Tennant, C. J., A. A. Harpold, K. A. Lohse, S. E. Godsey, B. T. Crosby, L. G. Larsen, P. D. Brooks, R. W. Van Kirk, and N. F. Glenn. 2017. Regional sensitivities of seasonal snowpack to elevation, aspect, and vegetation cover in western North America, Water Resources Research, 53:6908–6926. 10.1002/2016WR019374.


Thomas, A., and R.A. Gill. 2017. Patterns of urban forest composition in Utah’s growing mountain communities. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 23:104-112. 10.1016/j.ufug.2017.03.001.


Valdes, C., F.J. Black, B. Stringham, J.N. Collins, J.R. Goodman, H.J. Saxton, C.R. Mansfield, J.N. Schmidt, S. Yang, and W.P. Johnson. 2017. Total mercury and methylmercury response in water, sediment, and biota to destratification of the Great Salt Lake, Utah, United States. Environmental Science and Technology, 51:4887-4896. 10.1021/acs.est.6b05790.


Wang, Z., B. Yang, S. Li, and C. Binder. 2016. Economic Benefits: Metrics and Methods for Landscape Performance Assessment. Sustainability, 8:424. 10.3390/su8050424.


Wang, W., S. Walther, E. Cadet, G. Carling, K. Rey, S. Nelson, D. Tingey, P. Robertson, and B. Kerswell. 2017. The historical records of stable isotopes (13C and 15N) and trace metals along Utah Lake-Jordan River transition zone, Utah (USA). Utah Geological Association Publication, 46: 171-185. DOIxxx.


Weintraub, S.R., P.D. Brooks, and, G.J. Bowen. 2017. Interactive effects of vegetation type and topographic position on nitrogen availability and loss in a temperate montane ecosystem. Ecosystems, 20: 1073–1088. 10.1007/s10021-016-0094-8.


Wurtsbaugh, W.A., C. Miller, S.E. Null, R. Justin De Rose, P. Wilcock, M. Hahnenberger, F. Howe, and J. Moore. 2017. Decline of the world’s saline lakes. Nature Geoscience, 10:816–821. 10.1038/NGEO3052.




Alminagorta, O., D. E. Rosenberg, and K. M. Kettenring. 2016. Systems modeling to improve the hydroecological performance of diked wetlands. Water Resources Research, 52:7070-7085. 10.1002/2015WR018105.


Bailey, B.N., and R. Stoll. 2016. The creation and evolution of coherent structures in plant canopy flows and their role in turbulent transport. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 789: 425-460. 10.1017/jfm.2015.749.


Bailey, B.N., R. Stoll, E. Pardyjak, and N.E. Miller. 2016. A new three-dimensional energy balance model for complex plant canopy geometries: Model development and improved validation strategies. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 218-219:146-160. 10.1016/j.agrformet.2015.11.021.


Biederman, J.A., A.J. Somor, A.A. Harpold, E.D. Guttman, D.D. Breshears, P.A. Troch, D.J. Gochis, R.L. Scott, A.J.H. Meddens, and P.D. Brooks. 2016. Recent tree die-off has little effect on streamflow in contrast to expected increases from historical studies. Water Resources Research, 51:9775-9789. 10.1002/2015WR017401.


Biederman, J.A., T. Meixner, A.A. Harpold, D.E. Reed, E.D. Gutmann, J.A. Gaun, and P.D. Brooks. 2016. Riparian zones attenuate nitrogen loss following bark beetle-induced lodgepole pine mortality. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 121: 933-948. 10.1002/2015JG003284.


Boric, M.R., R. Dupont, and J. McLean. 2016. Bioaccumulation of copper, lead, and zinc in six macrophyte species grown in simulated stormwater bioretention systems. Journal of Environmental Management, 166:267-275. 10.1016/j.jenvman.2015.10.019.


Bowling, D., E. S. Schulze, and S. Hall. 2016. Revisiting streamside trees that do not use stream water: Can the two water worlds hypothesis and snowpack isotopic effects explain a missing water source?. Ecohydrology. 10.1002/eco.1771.


Buahin, C.A. and J. S. Horsburgh, 2016. From OpenMI to HydroCouple: Advancing OpenMI to Support Experimental Simulations and Standard Geospatial Datasets. Environmental Modelling and Software for Supporting a Sustainable Future. 8th International Congress on Environmental Modeling and Software. 1:153–160. Conference paper.


Burnham, M., Z. Ma, J. Endter-Wada, and T, Bardsley. 2016. Water management decision making in the face of multiple forms of uncertainty and risk. Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA), 52:1366-1384. 10.1111/1752-1688.12459.


Burns, M.A., H.R. Barnard, R. Gabor, D.M. Mcknight, and P.D. Brooks. 2016. Dissolved organic matter transport reflects hillslope to stream connectivity during snowmelt in a montane catchment. Water Resources Research, 52: 4905-4923.  10.1002/2015WR017878.


Crow-Miller, B, H. Chang, P. Stoker, and E. A. Wentz. 2016. Facilitating collaborative urban water management through university-utility cooperation. Sustainable Cities and Society, 27:475-483. 10.1016/j.scs.2016.06.006.


Ehleringer, J.R, E. Barnette, Y. Jameel, B. J. Tipple, and G. J. Bowen. 2016. Urban water - a new frontier in isotope hydrology. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies, 52: 477-486. 10.1080/10256016.2016.1171217.


Epstein, D.M., J.E. Kelso, and M.A. Baker. 2016. Beyond the urban stream syndrome: organic matter budgets for diagnostics and restoration of an impaired urban river.  Urban Ecosystems, 19:1–21. 10.1007/s11252-016-0556-y.


Feng, Y., and S.J. Burian. 2016. Improving evapotranspiration mechanisms in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Storm Water Management Model. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 21:0. 10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001419.


Feng, Y, S.J. Burian, A. Petit-Boix, A. Josa, J. Rievadevall, X.G. Durany, and D.S. Apul. 2016. Life Cycle Assessment of the Cost and the Social and Ecosystem Services of Rainwater Harvesting in Dry Climates. EWRI. World Environmental & Water Resources Congress. Conference paper.


Feng, Y.C., S. Burian, and C. Pomeroy. 2016. Potential of green infrastructure to restore predevelopment water budget of a semi-arid urban catchment. Journal of Hydrology, 542:744-755. 10.1016/j.hydrol.2016.09.044.


Field, J.P., D.D. Breshears, D.J. Law, J.C. Villegas, L. López-Hoffman, P.D. Brooks, J. Chorover, and J.D. Pelletier. 2016. Understanding ecosystem services from a geosciences perspective.  Eos, 97:0. 10.1029/2016EO043591.


Flint, C.G. 2016. Framing the human dimensions of mountain systems: integrating social science paradigms for a global network of mountain observatories. Mountain Research and Development, 36:528-536. 10.1659/MRD-JOURNAL-D-15-00110.1.


Foster, L.M., L. Bearup, N.P. Molotch, P.D. Brooks, and R. Maxwell. 2016. Energy budget increases reduce mean streamflow more than snow–rain transitions: using integrated modeling to isolate climate change impacts on Rocky Mountain hydrology. Environmental Research Letters, 11. 10.1088/1748-9326/11/4/044015.


Gleeson, E.H., S. Wymann von Dach, C.G. Flint, G.B. Greenwood, M.F. Price, J. Balsiger, A. Nolin, and V. Vanacker. 2016. Mountains of our future earth: Defining priorities for mountain research—A synthesis from the 2015 Perth III conference. Mountain Research and Development, 36:537–548. 10.1659/MRD-JOURNAL-D-16-00094.1.


Goharian, E., S. Burian, T. Bardsley, and C. Strong. 2016. Incorporating potential severity into vulnerability assessment of water supply systems under climate change conditions. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 142:0. 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000579.


Hale, R.L. 2016. Spatial and Temporal Variation in Local Stormwater Infrastructure Use and Stormwater Management Paradigms over the 20th Century. Water, 8:310. 10.3390/w8070310.


Hale, R.L., M. Scoggins, N.J. Smucker, and A. Suchy. 2016. Effects of climate on the expression of the urban stream syndrome. Freshwater Science, 35:421-428. 10.1086/684594.


Hall, S. J., E.M. Ogata, S.R. Weintraub, M.A. Baker, J.R. Ehleringer, C.I. Czimczik, and D.R. Bowling. 2016. Convergence in nitrogen deposition and cryptic isotopic variation across urban and agricultural valleys in northern Utah. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 121: 2340–2355. 10.1002/2016JG003354.


Hall, S.J., M.A. Baker, S.B. Jones, J.M. Stark, and D.R. Bowling. 2016. Contrasting soil nitrogen dynamics across a montane meadow and urban lawn in a semi-arid watershed. Urban Ecosystems, 19:1083–1101. 10.1007/s11252-016-0538-0.


Hall, S., S. Weintraub, and D. Bowling. 2016. Scale-dependent linkages between nitrate isotopes and denitrification in surface soils: Implications for isotope measurements and models. Oecologia. 10.1007/s00442-016-3626-1.


Hall, S.J., S.R. Weintraub, D. Eiriksson, P.D. Brooks, M.A. Baker, G.J. Bowen, and D.R. Bowling. 2016. Stream nitrogen inputs reflect groundwater across a snowmelt-dominated montane to urban watershed. Environmental Science and Technology, 50:1137-1146. 10.1021/acs.est.5b04805.


Hawkins, A.J. and L.A. Stark. 2016. Bringing climate change into the life science classroom: essentials, impacts on life, and addressing misconceptions. CBE--Life Sciences Education, 15:1-6.  0.1187/cbe.16-03-0136.


Horsburgh, J., A. Jones, A.K. Aufdenkampe, E. Mayorga, K.A. Lehnert, L. Hsu, L. Song, S.G. Damiano, D.G. Tarboton, D. Valentine, I. Zaslavsky, and T. Whitenack. 2016. Observations Data Model 2: A community information model for spatially discrete Earth observations. Environmental Modelling & Software, 79:55-74. 10.1016/j.envsoft.2016.01.010.


Jackson-Smith, D.B., P.A. Stoker, M. Buchert, J. Endter-Wada, C.V. Licon, M.S. Cannon, S. Li, Z. Bjerregaard, and L. Bell. 2016. Differentiating Urban Forms: A Neighborhood Typology for Understanding Urban Water Systems. Cities and the Environment, 9:1, 5.


Jackson-Smith, D., C. Flint, M. Dolan, C. Trentelman, G. Holyoak, and B. Thomas. 2016. Effectiveness of the drop-off/pick-up survey methodology in different neighborhood types. Journal of Rural Social Sciences, 31:35-67. DOIxxx.


Jameel, Y., S. Brewer, S.P. Good, B.J. Tipple, J.R. Ehleringer, and G.J. Bowen. 2016. Tap water isotope ratios reflect urban water system structure and dynamics across a semiarid metropolitan area. Water Resources Research, 52:5891–5910. 10.1002/2016WR019104.


Jones, A.S., J.S. Horsburgh, D. Jackson-Smith, M. Ramirez, C.G. Flint, and J. Caraballo. 2016. A web-based, interactive visualization tool for social environmental survey data. Environmental Modelling and Software, 84: 412–426. 10.1016/j.envsoft.2016.07.013.


Kelso, J.E., and M.A. Baker. 2016. Filtering with a drill pump: an efficient method to collect suspended sediment. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 52:262-268. 10.1111/1752-1688.12368.


Li, E., Li, S., and J. Endter-Wada. 2016. Water-smart growth planning: linking water and land in the arid urbanizing American West. Journal Of Environmental Planning And Management, 60:1056-1072. 10.1080/09640568.2016.1197106.


Meng, X., R.R. Dupont, D.L. Sorensen, A.R. Jacobson, and J.E. McLean. 2016. Arsenic solubilization and redistribution under anoxic conditions in three aquifer sediments from a basin-fill aquifer in Northern Utah: The role of natural organic carbon and carbonate minerals. Applied Geochemistry, 66:250-263. 10.1016/j.apgeochem.2016.01.004.


Meyer, J.D.D., and J. Jin. 2016. Bias correction of the CCSM4 for improved regional climate modeling of the North American monsoon. Climate Dynamics, 46:2961-2976.  10.1007/s00382-015-2744-5.


Null, S.E. 2016. Water supply reliability tradeoffs between removing reservoir storage and improving water conveyance in California. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 52:350-366. 10.1111/1752-1688.12391.


Null, S.E., and L. Prudencio. 2016. Climate change effects on water allocations with season dependent water rights. Science of the Total Environment, 571:943-954. 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.07.081.


Null, S.E., T. Beach, and C.A. Gray. 2016. An affordable method for thermal infrared remote sensing of wadeable rivers using a weather balloon. Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Excellence, 7:26-31.


Ogata, E.M., W.A. Wurtsbaugh, T.N. Smith, and S.L. Durham. 2016. Bioassay analysis of nutrient and Artemia franciscana effects on trophic interactions in the Great Salt Lake, USA. Hydrobiologia, 788:1-16. 10.1007/s10750-016-2881-9.


Overby, M., P. Wilemsen, B.N. Bailey, and E. Pardyjak. 2016. A rapid and scalable radiation transfer model for complex urban domains. Urban Climate, 15:25-44. 10.1016/j.uclim.2015.11.004.


Rheinheimer, D.E., S.E. Null, and J.H. Viers. 2016. Climate-adaptive water year typing for instream flow requirements in California’s Sierra Nevada. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 142:0. 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000693.


Scalzitti, J., C. Strong, and A.J. Kochanski. 2016. A 26-year high-resolution dynamical downscaling over the Wasatch Mountains: synoptic effects on winter precipitation performance. Journal of Geophysical Research, 121:3224-3240. 10.1002/2015JD024497.


Scalzitti, J., C. Strong, and A. Kochanski. 2016. Climate change impact on the roles of temperature and precipitation in western U.S. snowpack variability. Geophysical Research Letters, 43:5361–5369. 10.1002/2016GL068798.


Schmadel, N.M., B.T. Neilson, J.E. Heavilin, and A. Worman. 2016. Isolating parameter sensitivity in reach scale transient storage modeling. Advances in Water Resources, 89:24-31. 10.1016/j.advwatres.2015.12.020.


Sheng, W, K. Rumana, M. Sakai, F. Silfa, and S.B. Jones. 2016. A multi-functional penta-needle thermo-dielectric sensor for porous media sensing. IEEE Sensors Journal, 16.10: 3670-3678. 10.1109/JSEN.2016.2527020.


Tai, X., D.S. Mackay, W.R. Anderegg, J.S. Sperry, and P.D. Brooks. 2016. Plant hydraulics improves and topography mediates prediction of aspen mortality in southwestern USA. New Phytologist, 213:113-127. 10.1111/nph.14098.


Tavakol-Davani, H., S. Burian, J. Devkota, and D. Apul. 2016. Performance and Cost-Based Comparison of Green and Gray Infrastructure to Control Combined Sewer Overflows. Journal of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment, 2:0. 10.1061/JSWBAY.0000805.


Trentelman, C.K., K.A. Petersen, J. Irwin, N. Ruiz, and C.S. Szalay. 2016. The case for personal interaction: drop-off/pick-up methodology for survey research. Journal of Rural Social Sciences, 31:68-104. DOIxxx.


Walsh, C.J., D.B. Booth, M.J. Burns, T.D. Fletcher, R.L. Hale, L.N. Hoang, G. Livingston, M.A. Rippy, A.H. Roy, M. Scoggins, and A. Wallace. 2016. Principles for urban stormwater management to protect stream ecosystems. Freshwater Science, 35:398-411. 10.1086/685284.


Weintraub, S.R., P.D. Brooks, and, G.J. Bowen. 2016. Interactive effects of vegetation type and topographic position on nitrogen availability and loss in a temperate montane ecosystem. Ecosystems, 0:1-16. 10.1007/s10021-016-0094-8.


Yang, B., and S. Li. 2016. Design with Nature: Ian McHarg’s ecological wisdom as actionable and practical knowledge. Landscape and Urban Planning, 155: 21-32. 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2016.04.010.


Yang, B., S. Li, and C. Binder. 2016. A research frontier in landscape architecture: landscape performance and assessment of social benefits. Landscape Research, 41:314-329. 10.1080/01426397.2015.1077944.


Zapata-Rios X., P.D. Brooks, P.A. Troch, J. McIntosh, and C. Rasmussen. 2016. Influence of climate variability on water partitioning and effective energy and mass transfer (EEMT) in a semi-arid critical zone. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Journal, 20:1103-1115. 10.5194/hess-20-1103-2016.




Bowen, G., S. Good, and D. Noone. 2015. Hydrologic connectivity constrains partitioning of global terrestrial water fluxes. Science, 349:175-177. 10.1126/science.aaa5931.


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