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Potential for real-time understanding of coupled hydrologic and biogeochemical processes in stream ecosystems: Future integration of telemetered data with process models for glacial meltwater streams. Water Resources Research 51, 6725 - 6738 (2015).
Potential hydrologic and geochemical consequences of the 1992 merging of Lake Chad with Lake Hoare in Taylor Valley. Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 28, 249-251 (1993).
Pressure-driven, shoreline currents in a perennially ice-covered, pro-glacial lake in Antarctica, identified from a LiCl tracer injected into a pro-glacial stream. Hydrological Processes 29, 2212 - 2231 (2015).
Quantifying long-term geomorphology of Antarctic streams. Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering MS, 185 (2015).
Quantifying sources, distribution, and processing of light absorbing aerosols in the cryosphere: A comparison of dissolved and refractory black carbon in polar and high mountain regions. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Ph.D., (2016).
Reach-scale cation exchange controls on major ion chemistry of an Antarctic glacial meltwater stream. Special issue of Aquatic Geochemistry on the McMurdo Dry Valleys 10, 221-238 (2004).
Reactivation of a cryptobiotic stream ecosystem in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica: A long-term geomorphological experiment. Geomorphology 89, 186-204 (2007).
Recent Temperature Trends in the Antarctic. Nature 418, 291-292 (2002).
Recovery of Antarctic stream epilithon from simulated scouring events. Antarctic Science 27, 341 - 354 (2015).
Removal of benthic algae in swift-flowing streams: The significance of spatial and temporal variation in shear stress and bed disturbance. Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering Ph.D., 263 (2011).
Retrospective simulation of lake level rise in Lake Bonney based on recent 21-year record: indication of recent climate change in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Journal of Paleolimnology 25, 477-492 (2001).
Sensitivity analysis of conservative and reactive stream transient storage models applied to field data from multiple-reach experiments. Advances in Water Resources 28, 479-492 (2005).
Simulating unsteady flow, anabranching, and hyporheic dynamics in a glacial meltwater stream using a coupled surface water routing and groundwater flow model. Water Resources Research 47, (2011).
Spatial and temporal active layer dynamics along three glacial meltwater streams in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Arctic Antarctic and Alpine Research 38, 42-53 (2006).
Spatial and temporal patterns of microbial mats and associated invertebrates along an Antarctic stream. Polar Biology 41, 1911–1921 (2018).
Spatial variations in the geochemistry of glacial meltwater streams in the Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 22, 662 - 672 (2010).
Ecosystem Processes in Antarctic Ice-free Landscapes 171-179 (Balkema Press, Rotterdam, 1997).
Spectral Methods to Advance Understanding of Dissolved Organic Carbon Dynamics in Forested Catchments. Ecological StudiesForest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry 216, 117 - 135 (Springer Netherlands, 2011).
Spectrofluorometric characterization of aquatic fulvic acid for determination of precursor organic material and general structural properties. Limnology and Oceanography 46, 38-48 (2001).
A stable isotopic investigation of a polar desert hydrologic system, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 38, 60-71 (2006).
Stratification and dynamics of microbial loop communities in Lake Fryxell, Antarctica. Freshwater Biology 44, 649-661 (2000).
Stream biogeochemical and suspended sediment responses to permafrost degradation in stream banks in Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Biogeosciences 13, 1723 - 1732 (2016).
Streamflow, water-temperature, and specific-conductance data for selected streams draining into Lake Fryxell, Lower Taylor Valley, Victoria Land, Antarctica, 1990-92. U.S. Geological Survey. Open-File Report 94-545 (1995).
Surface glaciochemistry of Taylor Valley, southern Victoria Land, Antarctica and its relationship to stream chemistry. Hydrological Processes 17, 115-130 (2003).