M.S., Environmental Science, Vanderbilt University, 2010
1) Hydrological regulation on Dissolved Organic Carbon transport in watersheds. 2) Groundwater surface water interaction and it's effects on DOC export. 3) Hydrological and water chemistry modeling at multiple scales.
CZO Research Groups
The delivery of dissolved organic carbon from a forest hillslope to a headwater stream. Mei, Y. Hornberger, G., Kaplan, L. A., Newbold, J. D., & Aufdenkampe, A. K. (2014): Water Resources Research 50 (7): 5774–5796
Estimation of dissolved organic carbon contribution from hillslope soils to a headwater stream. Mei, Y., G. M. Hornberger, L. A. Kaplan, J. D. Newbold, and A. K. Aufdenkampe (2012): Water Resour. Res. 48(9)
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Hydrological Regulation on Dissolved Organic Carbon Transport from Agricultural and Forest Soils to Streams. Mei, Yi (2013): Vanderbilt University Ph.D. dissertation
The Delivery Of Dissolved Organic Carbon From Forest Soils To A Head Water Stream . Mei, V., G.M. Hornberger, L. Kaplan, J. D. Newbold, A. K. Aufdenkampe. (2010): Abstract H53B-1031. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 13-17
Penn State Integrated Hydrological Model for Dissolved Organic Carbon
PIHM is a physically based, fully distributed hydrological model
Integrated one dimensional physically-based dissolved organic carbon model
A one-dimensional transport model for heat, and biodegradeable and refractory dissolved organic carbon in soils
Two-dimensional finite element model for hillslope DOC
Physically based model of water, heat, refractory DOC and biodegradable DOC transport on a 2D (vertical cross section) hillslope