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Publications Citing Daymet

The following 1047 publications cited the Daymet project.

YearCitationDataset or Project
2024Akinsanola, A.A., C. Jung, J. Wang, and V.R. Kotamarthi. 2024. Evaluation of precipitation across the contiguous United States, Alaska, and Puerto Rico in multi-decadal convection-permitting simulations. Scientific Reports. 14(1).
2024Argiroff, W.A., A.A. Carrell, D.M. Klingeman, N.C. Dove, W. Muchero, A.M. Veach, T. Wahl, S.J. Lebreux, A.B. Webb, K. Peyton, C.W. Schadt, and M.A. Cregger. 2024. Seasonality and longer-term development generate temporal dynamics in the Populus microbiome. mSystems. 9(3).
2024Baniszewski, J.A., J. Barnett, M.E. Reding, and C.M. Ranger. 2024. Seasonal dominance of exotic ambrosia beetles compared to native species within deciduous and coniferous woodlots. Biological Invasions.
2024Berardi, D.M., M.D. Hartman, E.R. Brzostek, C.J. Bernacchi, E.H. DeLucia, A.C. von Haden, I. Kantola, C.E. Moore, W.H. Yang, T.W. Hudiburg, and W.J. Parton. 2024. Microbial-explicit processes and refined perennial plant traits improve modeled ecosystem carbon dynamics. Geoderma. 443:116851.
2024Bhasme, P. and U. Bhatia. 2024. Improving the interpretability and predictive power of hydrological models: Applications for daily streamflow in managed and unmanaged catchments. Journal of Hydrology. 628:130421.
2024Billet, L.S., Y.A. Alshwairikh, L.K. Freidenburg, A. Rubinstein, S. Tracy, S. Nelson, and D.K. Skelly. 2024. Long-Term Decline of the Spotted Salamander (Ambystoma maculatum) in an Undeveloped Landscape. Herpetologica. 80(1).
2024Burke, M.W.V., B.C. Rundquist, and A. Caparó Bellido. 2024. Modelling vegetation phenology at six field stations within the U.S. Great Plains: constructing a 38-year timeseries of GCC, VCI, NDVI, and EVI2 using PhenoCam imagery and DAYMET meteorological records. Theoretical and Applied Climatology.
2024Butler, R.A., M. Pape?, J.T. Vogt, D.J. Paulsen, C. Crowe, and R.T. Trout Fryxell. 2024. Human risk to tick encounters in the southeastern United States estimated with spatial distribution modeling. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. 18(2):e0011919.
2024DeCesare, N.J., R.B. Harris, M.P. Atwood, E.J. Bergman, A.B. Courtemanch, P.C. Cross, G.L. Fralick, K.R. Hersey, M.A. Hurley, T.M. Koser, R.L. Levine, K.L. Monteith, J.R. Newby, C.J. Peterson, S. Robertson, and B.L. Wise. 2024. Warm places, warm years, and warm seasons increase parasitizing of moose by winter ticks. Ecosphere. 15(3).
2024Dey, P., S. Roy, J.R. Bathi, and A. Mishra. 2024. Evaluation of Uncertainty in Stream Flow Prediction Using Monte Carlo Simulation for Watershed-Scale Hydrological Modeling. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering. 29(1).
2024Elmstrom, E.J., G.W. Holtgrieve, M.D. Scheuerell, A.J. Schauer, and K. Leazer. 2024. Climate and landform interact to control the source and transport of nitrate in Pacific Northwest rivers. Communications Earth & Environment. 5(1).
2024Emery, S.E., J.A. Rosenheim, R. Chaplin-Kramer, R. Sharp, and D.S. Karp. 2024. Leveraging satellite observations to reveal ecological drivers of pest densities across landscapes. Science of The Total Environment. 924:171591.
2024Farmonov, N., K. Amankulova, S.N. Khan, M. Abdurakhimova, J. Szatmári, T. Khabiba, R. Makhliyo, M. Khodicha, and L. Mucsi. 2024. Effectiveness of machine learning and deep learning models at county-level soybean yield forecasting. Hungarian Geographical Bulletin. 72(4):383-398.
2024Farr, M.T., E.R. Zylstra, L. Ries, and E.F. Zipkin. 2024. Overcoming data gaps using integrated models to estimate migratory species' dynamics during cryptic periods of the annual cycle. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 15(2):413-426.
2024Gao, B., E. Coon, P. Thornton, and D. Lu. 2024. Improving the estimation of atmospheric water vapor pressure using interpretable long short-term memory networks. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 347:109907.
2024Gao, B., E. Coon, P. Thornton, and D. Lu. 2024. Improving the estimation of atmospheric water vapor pressure using interpretable long short-term memory networks. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 347:109907.
2024Gese, E.M., C.A. Bleke, S.B. Roberts, P. Atwood, and P.A. Terletzky. 2024. Population growth rates of pronghorn: influence of temporally and spatially explicit conditions, density dependence, and scale. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 102(4):337-349.
2024Grenier, M., J. Boudreault, S. Raymond, and M. Boudreault. 2024. Projected seasonal flooding in Canada under climate change with statistical and machine learning. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies. 53:101754.
2024Han, Y., G. Wang, D. Xiang, S. Zhou, and L. Xiong. 2024. Biophysical control of daytime and nighttime soil respiration during growing and non-growing seasons in a temperate deciduous forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 350:109998.
2024Hawman, P.A., D.L. Cotten, and D.R. Mishra. 2024. Canopy Heterogeneity and Environmental Variability Drive Annual Budgets of Net Ecosystem Carbon Exchange in a Tidal Marsh. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 129(4).
2024Holdrege, M.C., D.R. Schlaepfer, K.A. Palmquist, M. Crist, K.E. Doherty, W.K. Lauenroth, T.E. Remington, K. Riley, K.C. Short, J.C. Tull, L.A. Wiechman, and J.B. Bradford. 2024. Wildfire probability estimated from recent climate and fine fuels across the big sagebrush region. Fire Ecology. 20(1).
2024Isaak, D.J., D.L. Horan, and S.P. Wollrab. 2024. Air temperature data source affects inference from statistical stream temperature models in mountainous terrain. Journal of Hydrology X. 22:100172.
2024Jacquot, J.L., X. Shen, M. Abou-Ghanem, K.D. Froyd, M. Lawler, G.P. Schill, K. Slovacek, D.S. Thomson, D.J. Cziczo, and D.M. Murphy. 2024. A new airborne single particle mass spectrometer: PALMS-NG. Aerosol Science and Technology. 1-17.
2024Jenckes, J., S. Muñoz, D.E. Ibarra, D.F. Boutt, and L.A. Munk. 2024. Geochemical Weathering Variability in High Latitude Watersheds of the Gulf of Alaska. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface. 129(3).
2024Kodama, K.M., E. Kourkchi, R.J. Longman, M.P. Lucas, S.M. Bateni, Y. Huang, A. Kagawa?Viviani, J. Mclean, S.B. Cleveland, and T.W. Giambelluca. 2024. Mapping Daily Air Temperature Over the Hawaiian Islands From 1990 to 2021 via an Optimized Piecewise Linear Regression Technique. Earth and Space Science. 11(1).
2024Liu, S. and H.C. Ho. 2024. Effects of socioeconomic status and greenspace on respiratory emergency department visits under short-term temperature variations: An age-stratified case time-series study. Social Science & Medicine. 343:116613.
2024Lu, X., Y. Kanno, G.P. Valentine, M.A. Kulp, and M.B. Hooten. 2024. Regularized Latent Trajectory Models for Spatio-temporal Population Dynamics. Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics.
2024Miller, P.W. and C. Ramseyer. 2024. The Relationship Between the Saharan Air Layer, Convective Environmental Conditions, and Precipitation in Puerto Rico. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 129(1).
2024Muñoz-Albiter, M.E., A.S. Velázquez-Rodríguez, and Z.M. Sanchez-Mejia. 2024. Seasonal gross primary production in response to environmental drivers from arid mangroves in the Gulf of California. Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment. 33:101096.
2024Murdoch, A., B. Connors, N. Lapointe, J. Mills Flemming, S. Cooke, and C. Mantyka-Pringle. 2024. Multiple environmental drivers across life stages influence Yukon River Chinook salmon productivity. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 81(1):97-114.
2024Olson, S.A., G. Shabestanipour, J. Lamontagne, and S. Steinschneider. 2024. Characterizing future streamflows in Massachusetts using stochastic modeling—A pilot study. Scientific Investigations Report.
2024Onwukwe, C., P.L. Jackson, S.u. Islam, S.J. Déry, B. Menounos, K. Marini, and M. Tilson. 2024. Climatic effects of the Williston Reservoir on Tsay Keh Dene Nation Territory of northern British Columbia, Canada. Climatic Change. 177(2).
2024Partridge, T.F., Z.C. Johnson, R.R. Sleeter, S.L. Qi, M.A. Walvoord, S.F. Murphy, C. Peterman?Phipps, and B.A. Ebel. 2024. Opportunities and challenges for precipitation forcing data in post?wildfire hydrologic modeling applications. WIREs Water.
2024Pastore, M.A., A.T. Classen, A.W. D'Amato, M.E. English, K. Rand, J.R. Foster, and E.C. Adair. 2024. Frequent and strong cold?air pooling drives temperate forest composition. Ecology and Evolution. 14(4).
2024Renne, R.R., D.R. Schlaepfer, K.A. Palmquist, W.K. Lauenroth, and J.B. Bradford. 2024. Estimating multivariate ecological variables at high spatial resolution using a cost?effective matching algorithm. Ecosphere. 15(3).
2024Shi, M., M. Keller, B. Bomfim, L. Li, C. Koven, L. Kueppers, R. Knox, J. Needham, S. Kao, P.E. Thornton, M.M. Thornton, and L.R. Leung. 2024. Functionally Assembled Terrestrial Ecosystem Simulator (FATES) for Hurricane Disturbance and Recovery. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. 16(1).
2024Shrestha, R.K., I. Sevcenco, P. Casari, H. Ngo, A. Erickson, M. Lavoie, D. Hinshaw, B. Henry, and X. Ye. 2024. Estimating the impacts of nonoptimal temperatures on mortality: A study in British Columbia, Canada, 2001–2021. Environmental Epidemiology. 8(2):e303.
2024Smith, J.W. and C.C. Lamborn. 2024. The influence of population growth and weather on the value of recreational angling trips within Utah (USA). Fisheries Research. 274:106976.
2024Tefera, G.W., R.L. Ray, and A.M. Wootten. 2024. Evaluation of statistical downscaling techniques and projection of climate extremes in central Texas, USA. Weather and Climate Extremes. 43:100637.
2024Vlah, M.J., M.R.V. Ross, S. Rhea, and E.S. Bernhardt. 2024. Leveraging gauge networks and strategic discharge measurements to aid the development of continuous streamflow records. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 28(3):545-573.
2024Wann, G., A. Seglund, P. Street, N. Parker, S. Nelson, J. Runge, C. Braun, and C. Aldridge. 2024. Estimates of Southern White-tailed Ptarmigan daily nest survival from multiple sites in the Southern Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Avian Conservation and Ecology. 19(1).
2024Wheeler, K.I., M.C. Dietze, D. LeBauer, J.A. Peters, A.D. Richardson, A.A. Ross, R.Q. Thomas, K. Zhu, U. Bhat, S. Munch, R. Floreani Buzbee, M. Chen, B. Goldstein, J. Guo, D. Hao, C. Jones, M. Kelly-Fair, H. Liu, C. Malmborg, N. Neupane, D. Pal, V. Shirey, Y. Song, M. Steen, E.A. Vance, W.M. Woelmer, J.H. Wynne, and L. Zachmann. 2024. Predicting spring phenology in deciduous broadleaf forests: NEON phenology forecasting community challenge. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 345:109810.
2024Wootten, A.M., K.W. Dixon, D.J. Adams?Smith, and R.A. McPherson. 2024. False springs and spring phenology: Propagating effects of downscaling technique and training data. International Journal of Climatology.
2024Yoo, E., J.E. Roberts, and K. Chen. 2024. Effects of air pollution on emergency room visits for mental disorders: risks and effect modification by comorbid physical disorders and personal characteristics. Environmental Research: Health. 2(2):025001.
2024Zhao, B., J. Huntington, C. Pearson, G. Zhao, T. Ott, J. Zhu, A. Weinberg, K.D. Holman, S. Zhang, R. Anderson, M. Strickler, J. Cotter, N. Fernando, K. Nowak, and H. Gao. 2024. Developing a General Daily Lake Evaporation Model and Demonstrating Its Application in the State of Texas. Water Resources Research. 60(3).
2023Aiello, C.M., N.L. Galloway, P.R. Prentice, N.W. Darby, D. Hughson, and C.W. Epps. 2023. Movement models and simulation reveal highway impacts and mitigation opportunities for a metapopulation-distributed species. Landscape Ecology. 38(4):1085-1103.
2023Ale, S., Q. Su, J. Singh, S. Himanshu, Y. Fan, B. Stoker, E. Gonzalez, B.R. Sapkota, C. Adams, K. Biggers, E. Kimura, and J. Wall. 2023. Development and evaluation of a decision support mobile application for cotton irrigation management. Smart Agricultural Technology. 5:100270.
2023Aleuy, O.A., S.J. Peacock, P.K. Molnár, K.E. Ruckstuhl, and S.J. Kutz. 2023. Local thermal adaptation and local temperature regimes drive the performance of a parasitic helminth under climate change: The case of Marshallagia marshalli from wild ungulates. Global Change Biology. 29(22):6217-6233.
2023Amirkhiz, R.G., R. John, and D.L. Swanson. 2023. A Bayesian approach for multiscale modeling of the influence of seasonal and annual habitat variation on relative abundance of ring-necked pheasant roosters. Ecological Informatics. 75:102003.
2023Annan, E., J. Lubinda, J. Treviño, W. Messer, D. Fonseca, P. Wang, J. Pilz, B. Lintner, A. Angulo-Molina, A.L. Gallego-Hernández, and U. Haque. 2023. A Maximum Entropy Model of the Distribution of Dengue Serotype in Mexico. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases. 2023:1-12.
2023Arrogante-Funes, P., A.G. Bruzón, A. Álvarez-Ripado, F. Arrogante-Funes, F. Martín-González, and C.J. Novillo. 2023. Assessment of the regeneration of landslides areas using unsupervised and supervised methods and explainable machine learning models. Landslides.
2023Bennemann, C., E.R. Labelle, and J. Lussier. 2023. Influence of Tree, Stand, and Site Attributes on Hardwood Product Yield: Insights into the Acadian Forests. Forests. 14(2):182.
2023Bhanja, S.N., E.T. Coon, D. Lu, and S.L. Painter. 2023. Evaluation of distributed process-based hydrologic model performance using only a priori information to define model inputs. Journal of Hydrology. 618:129176.
2023Blanc-Betes, E., N. Gomez-Casanovas, M.D. Hartman, T.W. Hudiburg, M. Khanna, W.J. Parton, and E.H. DeLucia. 2023. Climate vs Energy Security: Quantifying the Trade-offs of BECCS Deployment and Overcoming Opportunity Costs on Set-Aside Land. Environmental Science & Technology. 57(48):19732-19748.
2023Bondo, K.J., D. Montecino?Latorre, L. Williams, M. Helwig, K. Duren, M.L. Hutchinson, and W.D. Walter. 2023. Spatial modeling of two mosquito vectors of West Nile virus using integrated nested Laplace approximations. Ecosphere. 14(1).
2023Burtis, J.C., E. Foster, C.M. Parise, and R.J. Eisen. 2023. Identifying suitable habitat for Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) infected with Anaplasma phagocytophilum (Rickettsiales: Anaplasmataceae), Babesia microti (Piroplasmida: Babesiidae), and Borrelia miyamotoi (Spirochaetales: Spirochaetaceae) to guide surveillance efforts in the eastern United States. Journal of Medical Entomology. 60(3):590-603.
2023Buttò, V., S. Khare, P. Jain, G. de Lima Santos, and S. Rossi. 2023. Spatial patterns and climatic drivers of leaf spring phenology of maple in eastern North America. Science of The Total Environment. 857:159064.
2023Celik, M.F., M.S. Isik, G. Taskin, E. Erten, and G. Camps-Valls. 2023. Explainable Artificial Intelligence for Cotton Yield Prediction With Multisource Data. IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters. 20:1-5.
2023Chakraborty, T., A.J. Newman, Y. Qian, A. Hsu, and G. Sheriff. 2023. Residential segregation and outdoor urban moist heat stress disparities in the United States. One Earth. 6(6):738-750.
2023Chang, H.H., H. Zhang, A.D. Latimore, B.P. Murray, R.R. D'Souza, N. Scovronick, M.O. Gribble, and S.T. Ebelt. 2023. Associations between short-term ambient temperature exposure and emergency department visits for amphetamine, cocaine, and opioid use in California from 2005 to 2019. Environment International. 181:108233.
2023Chang, Y., J. Latham, M. Licht, and L. Wang. 2023. A data-driven crop model for maize yield prediction. Communications Biology. 6(1).
2023Chen, G. and C. Li. 2023. The changing dynamics of population exposure to extreme heat in the contiguous United States from 2001 to 2020. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science. 50(7):1998-2001.
2023Chen, J. and Z. Zhang. 2023. An improved fusion of Landsat-7/8, Sentinel-2, and Sentinel-1 data for monitoring alfalfa: Implications for crop remote sensing. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation. 124:103533.
2023Choi, H.M. and M.L. Bell. 2023. Heat-mortality relationship in North Carolina: Comparison using different exposure methods. Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology.
2023Chu, B., R. Chen, Q. Liu, and H. Wang. 2023. Effects of High Temperature on COVID?19 Deaths in U.S. Counties. GeoHealth. 7(3).
2023Collar, N.M., B.A. Ebel, S. Saxe, A.J. Rust, and T.S. Hogue. 2023. Implications of fire-induced evapotranspiration shifts for recharge-runoff generation and vegetation conversion in the western United States. Journal of Hydrology. 621:129646.
2023Coughlan de Perez, E., H. Ganapathi, G.I.T. Masukwedza, T. Griffin, and T. Kelder. 2023. Potential for surprising heat and drought events in wheat-producing regions of USA and China. npj Climate and Atmospheric Science. 6(1).
2023Coughlan de Perez, E., H. Ganapathi, G.I.T. Masukwedza, T. Griffin, and T. Kelder. 2023. Potential for surprising heat and drought events in wheat-producing regions of USA and China. npj Climate and Atmospheric Science. 6(1).
2023Couriot, O.H., M.D. Cameron, K. Joly, J. Adamczewski, M.W. Campbell, T. Davison, A. Gunn, A.P. Kelly, M. Leblond, J. Williams, W.F. Fagan, A. Brose, and E. Gurarie. 2023. Continental synchrony and local responses: Climatic effects on spatiotemporal patterns of calving in a social ungulate. Ecosphere. 14(1).
2023Cowdery, T.K., A.C. Baker, M.J. Haserodt, D.T. Feinstein, and R.J. Hunt. 2023. Hydrologic change in the St. Louis River Basin from iron mining on the Mesabi Iron Range, northeastern Minnesota. Scientific Investigations Report.
2023Crockett, E.T., J.W. Atkins, Q. Guo, G. Sun, K.M. Potter, S. Ollinger, C.A. Silva, H. Tang, C.W. Woodall, J. Holgerson, and J. Xiao. 2023. Structural and species diversity explain aboveground carbon storage in forests across the United States: Evidence from GEDI and forest inventory data. Remote Sensing of Environment. 295:113703.
2023Culler, E.S., B. Livneh, B. Rajagopalan, and K.F. Tiampo. 2023. A data-driven evaluation of post-fire landslide susceptibility. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. 23(4):1631-1652.
2023del Río, M.S., L. Raventós, and V. Garza. 2023. Zoning of the Querétaro wine region. BIO Web of Conferences. 68:01029.
2023Del Vecchio, J., E.R. Lathrop, J.B. Dann, C.G. Andresen, A.D. Collins, M.M. Fratkin, S. Zwieback, R.C. Glade, and J.C. Rowland. 2023. Patterns and rates of soil movement and shallow failures across several small watersheds on the Seward Peninsula, Alaska. Earth Surface Dynamics. 11(2):227-245.
2023Dickman, L.T., A.K. Jonko, R.R. Linn, I. Altintas, A.L. Atchley, A. Bär, A.D. Collins, J. Dupuy, M.R. Gallagher, J.K. Hiers, C.M. Hoffman, S.M. Hood, M.D. Hurteau, W.M. Jolly, A. Josephson, E.L. Loudermilk, W. Ma, S.T. Michaletz, R.H. Nolan, J.J. O'Brien, R.A. Parsons, R. Partelli?Feltrin, F. Pimont, V. Resco de Dios, J. Restaino, Z.J. Robbins, K.A. Sartor, E. Schultz?Fellenz, S.P. Serbin, S. Sevanto, J.K. Shuman, C.H. Sieg, N.S. Skowronski, D.R. Weise, M. Wright, C. Xu, M. Yebra, and N. Younes. 2023. Integrating plant physiology into simulation of fire behavior and effects. New Phytologist. 238(3):952-970.
2023Eacker, D.R., A.F. Jakes, and P.F. Jones. 2023. Spatiotemporal risk factors predict landscape?scale survivorship for a northern ungulate. Ecosphere. 14(2).
2023Elia, L., S. Castellaro, A. Dahal, and L. Lombardo. 2023. Assessing multi-hazard susceptibility to cryospheric hazards: Lesson learnt from an Alaskan example. Science of The Total Environment. 898:165289.
2023Emirhüseyino?lu, G., M. Shahhosseini, G. Hu, and S.M. Ryan. 2023. Validation of scenario generation for decision-making using machine learning prediction models. Optimization Letters.
2023Feng, D., H. Beck, K. Lawson, and C. Shen. 2023. The suitability of differentiable, physics-informed machine learning hydrologic models for ungauged regions and climate change impact assessment. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 27(12):2357-2373.
2023Fidan, E., J. Gray, B. Doll, and N.G. Nelson. 2023. Machine learning approach for modeling daily pluvial flood dynamics in agricultural landscapes. Environmental Modelling & Software. 167:105758.
2023Gallagher, B.K. and D.J. Fraser. 2023. Microgeographic variation in demography and thermal regimes stabilize regional abundance of a widespread freshwater fish. Ecological Applications. 34(2).
2023Gallagher, B.K. and D.J. Fraser. 2023. Stream groundwater inputs generate fine?scale variation in brook trout phenology and growth across a warming landscape. Freshwater Biology. 69(1):127-142.
2023Garretson, A., T. Cuddy, A.G. Duffy, and R.E. Forkner. 2023. Citizen science data reveal regional heterogeneity in phenological response to climate in the large milkweed bug, Oncopeltus fasciatus. Ecology and Evolution. 13(7).
2023Gaso, D.V., A. de Wit, S. de Bruin, L.A. Puntel, A.G. Berger, and L. Kooistra. 2023. Efficiency of assimilating leaf area index into a soybean model to assess within-field yield variability. European Journal of Agronomy. 143:126718.
2023Ghimire, G.R., C. Hansen, S. Gangrade, S. Kao, P.E. Thornton, and D. Singh. 2023. Insights From Dayflow: A Historical Streamflow Reanalysis Dataset for the Conterminous United States. Water Resources Research. 59(2).
2023Ghimire, G.R., C. Hansen, S. Gangrade, S. Kao, P.E. Thornton, and D. Singh. 2023. Insights From Dayflow: A Historical Streamflow Reanalysis Dataset for the Conterminous United States. Water Resources Research. 59(2).
2023Giroux-Bougard, X., E. Fluet-Chouinard, M.A. Crowley, J.A. Cardille, and M.M. Humphries. 2023. Multi-sensor detection of spring breakup phenology of Canada's lakes. Remote Sensing of Environment. 295:113656.
2023Goddard, E., C. Lin, Y. Ma, and K. Chen. 2023. The mortality burden of extreme heat in Connecticut: A time series analysis. PLOS Climate. 2(5):e0000164.
2023González-Ortigoza, S., A. Hernández-Espriú, and S. Arciniega-Esparza. 2023. Modelado regional de la recarga de agua subterránea en la Cuenca de México: nuevos conocimientos a partir de observaciones satelitales y datos globales, Modélisation régionale de la recharge des eaux souterraines dans le bassin du Mexique: nouvelles perspectives à partir d’observations par satellite et de sources de données à l’échelle du globe, Modelagem regional da recarga de água subterrânea na Bacia do México: novas percepções a partir de observações de satélite e fontes de dados globais, Regional modeling of groundwater recharge in the Basin of Mexico: new insights from satellite observations and global data sources, ????????????????: ???????????????. Hydrogeology Journal.
2023Goodling, P.J., B.J. Fleming, J. Solder, A. Soroka, and J. Raffensperger. 2023. Hydrogeologic characterization of Area B, Fort Detrick, Maryland. Scientific Investigations Report.
2023Guo, H., X. Zhu, J. Jeanne Huang, Z. Zhang, S. Tian, and Y. Chen. 2023. An enhanced deep learning approach to assessing inland lake water quality and its response to climate and anthropogenic factors. Journal of Hydrology. 620:129466.
2023Hamm, A., R.Í. Magnússon, A.J. Khattak, and A. Frampton. 2023. Continentality determines warming or cooling impact of heavy rainfall events on permafrost. Nature Communications. 14(1).
2023Haserodt, M.J., H.W. Reeves, M.G. Nielsen, L.A. Schachter, N.T. Corson-Dosch, and D.T. Feinstein. 2023. Simulation of groundwater flow at the former Badger Army Ammunition Plant, Sauk County, Wisconsin. Scientific Investigations Report.
2023Haserodt, M.J., H.W. Reeves, M.G. Nielsen, L.A. Schachter, N.T. Corson-Dosch, and D.T. Feinstein. 2023. Simulation of groundwater flow at the former Badger Army Ammunition Plant, Sauk County, Wisconsin. Scientific Investigations Report.
2023Hashem, K., L. Sushama, A.P. Sasmito, F. Hassani, and M. Kumral. 2023. Climate-mine life cycle interactions for northern Canadian regions. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 208:103782.
2023He, X., K. Andreadis, A.H. Roy, A. Kumar, and C.S. Butler. 2023. Developing a stochastic hydrological model for informing lake water level drawdown management. Journal of Environmental Management. 345:118744.
2023He, Y., M.H. Connolly, R. Xu, X. Huang, Z. Wang, M.F. Arreguin, and C. Rhodes. 2023. Impacts of irrigation-climate interactions on irrigated soybean yields in the US Arkansas Delta from 2003 to 2017. Progress in Physical Geography: Earth and Environment. 030913332311694.
2023Henry, C.R. and M.B. Walters. 2023. Sugar maple (Acer saccharum) age structure reveals limited establishment and development of age cohorts in response to selection management in northern hardwood forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 546:121356.
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