Spence et al. demonstrate overland flow volumes and nutrient unit area loads were greater from poorly maintained residential lawns.
Ji et al. show a water supply stress index for the Haihe River Basin in Northern China.
Walton-Day et al. show how to determine TMDLs considering spatially variable effects of instream reactions and loading from groundwater and distinct sources.
Zorn et al. develop a model to predict how fish assemblages characteristic of different stream types would change in response to decreased stream base flows.
Hummel et al. compare the quasi-unsteady HEC-RAS 4.1 model with one-dimensional Finite Volume Method based model in simulating flood flow and sediment transport.
Moore et al. compare long-term changes in flow regimes resulting from climate change with those resulting from dams in three matched pairs of natural and modified headwater subbasins.
Angradi et al. use regression models to predict summer background concentration of total nitrogen, total phosphorus, and total suspended solids in the mid-continent great rivers.
Stone and Gilliom improve Watershed Regressions for Pesticides (WARP) models, previously developed for atrazine at the national scale, for application to the United States Corn Belt region.
Greenberg et al. model the relative change in insolation on channels in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta under current conditions and under a hypothesized deforested Delta using classified LiDAR.
Suplee et al. use trend analyses to show nutrient reduction efforts along the Clark Fork River were successful in significantly reducing total phosphorus concentrations basin-wide between 1998 and 2009.
Thornton and Leahy examine a program which uses volunteers as citizen scientists to create a database of groundwater quality for use as a baseline for local water resources management.
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