Dissertations/Theses

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18 Publications

2017

Evaluation of passive capillary wick samplers for measuring deep infiltration in the jemez river basin critical zone observatory. Paras B.K.Y. (2017): Available from Dissertations & Theses @ University of Arizona; ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (1983474732).

2017

Quantifying biomass from point clouds by connecting representations of ecosystem structure. Sean Hendryx (2017): MS Thesis, University of Arizona

2016

Interactions of Wildfire, Landscape Position, and Soil Depth in Structuring Post-Fire Soil Microbial Communities. Murphy M.A. (2016): MS Thesis, Soil, Water & Environmental Science, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 50 pp

2015

Examining the Impacts of Wildfire on Throughfall and Stemflow Chemistry and Flux at Plot and Catchment Scales. White A.M. (2015): MS Thesis in Hydrology. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 51 pp

2014

The Effects of Climate and Landscape Position on Mineral Weathering and Soil Carbon Storage in the Santa Catalina Critical Zone Observatory of Southern Arizona. Lybrand R.A. (2014): Disertation in Soil, Water & Environmental Science. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 223 pp

2014

The frequency and magnitude of flood discharges and post-wildfire erosion in the southwestern US. Orem C.A. (2014): Disertation in Geosiences. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 196 pp

2013

Quantifying Catchment-Scale Particulate Organic Matter (POM) Loss Following Fire, Relative to Background POM Fluxes. Condon K.E. (2013): MS Thesis in Hydrology. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 145 pp

2013

On the Variability of Hydrologic Catchment Response: Inherent and External Controls. Heidbüchel I (2013): Disertation in Hydrology and Water Resources. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 118 pp.

2013

Quantifying catchment scale soil variability in Marshall Gulch, Santa Catalina Mountains Critical Zone Observatory. Holleran M.E. (2013): MS Thesis in Soil, Water & Environmental Science. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 102 pp.

2013

Cordilleran Forest Scaling Dynamics And Disturbance Regimes Quantified By Aerial LiDAR. Swetnam T.L. (2013): Disertation in Natural Resources and the Environment. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 277 pp

2013

Coupled Transport, Fractionation and Stabilization of Dissolved Organic Matter and Rare Earth Elements in the Critical Zone. Vázquez-Ortega A. (2013): Disertation in Soil, Water & Environmental Science. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 201 pp

2012

Hillslope Scale Hydrologic Spatial Patterns in a Patchy Ponderosa Pine Landscape: Insights from Distributed Hydrologic Modeling. Mahmood T.H. (2012): PhD Thesis in Geological Sciences, Arizona State University, 179 pp.

2012

Quantifying the role of hydrologic variability in soil carbon flux. Stielstra C.M (2012): MS Thesis in Hydrology and Water Resources. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

2011

Aqueous phase tracers of chemical weathering in a semi-arid critical zone. Jardine A. (2011): MS Thesis in Hydrology and Water Resources. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 94 pp.

2011

The influence of snow cover duration on evaporation and soil respiration in mixed-conifer ecosystems. Nelson K. (2011): MS Thesis in School of Natural Resources and the Environment. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 59 pp.