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28 Publications

2017

A record of coupled hillslope and channel response to Pleistocene periglacial erosion in a sandstone headwater valley, central Pennsylvania. Del Vecchio, J. (2017): Master of Science, Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University, p.

2017

DETECTING LANDSCAPE RESPONSE TO PERTURBATIONS BY CLIMATE AND BASE LEVEL IN CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA USING IN-SITU 10Be AND 26Al. Denn, A. (2017): Master of Science, Geology, The University of Vermont, p. 86

2017

Lithological controls on soil properties of temperate forest ecosystems in central Pennsylvania. Hill, L. (2017): Master of Science, Ecology, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 89

2016

UNDERSTANDING HYDROLOGICAL AND GEOCHEMICAL CONTROLS ON SOLUTE CONCENTRATIONS AT LARGE SCALE. Bao, Chen (2016): Doctor of Philosophy, Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 183

2016

VARIATION IN SOIL NITROGEN RETENTION ACROSS LAND USES, LANDSCAPES, AND LANDFORMS IN CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA. Weitzman, Julie (2016): Doctor of Philosophy, Soil Science and Biogeochemistry, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 222

2016

FULLY-COUPLED HYDROLOGICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL PROCESSES FOR MODELING LANDSCAPE EVOLUTION . Zhang, Y. (2016): Doctor of Philosophy, Civil and Environmental Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 196

2015

FOREST ECOHYDROLOGY IN A CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA CATCHMENT: A STABLE ISOTOPE APPROACH . Gaines, Katie P. (2015): Doctor of Philosophy, Ecology, The Pennsylvania State University

2015

Isotopic data sonification: Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Kenney, Matthew (2015): Master of Fine Arts, Arts and Architecture, The Pennsylvania State University

2015

87Sr/86Sr, Ca/Sr, And Ge/Si Ratios As Tracers Of Solute Sources At A Temperate Forested, Shale Catchment In Central Pennsylvania  . Meek, Katherine (2015): Master of Science, Geological Sciences, Cornell University

2014

SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL EVOLUTION OF THE NOCTURNAL SURFACE LAYER IN A SMALL, STEEP WATERSHED. Burkely Twiest (2014): Master of Science, Meteorology, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 85

2014

Rates and Mechanisms of Shale Weathering Across a Latitudinal Climosequence. DERE, Ashlee (2014): Doctor of Philosophy, Geosciences, Pennsylvania State University, p 320

2014

Topographic Fingerprints of Hillslope Erosion in the Central Appalachians Revealed by Meteoric Beryllium-10. Nicole West (2014): Doctor of Philosophy, Geosciences, Pennsylvania State University, p. 159

2014

CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL WEATHERING IN REGOLITH: AN INVESTIGATION OF THREE DIFFERENT FE-RICH SITES OF VARYING CLIMATE AND LITHOLOGY. Tiffany A. Yesavage (2014): Doctor of Philosophy, Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 223

2014

MODELING, PARAMETER OPTIMIZATION, AND ECOHYDROLOGIC ASSESSMENT OF WATERSHED SYSTEMS. Xuan Yu (2014): Doctor of Philosophy, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, p. 130

2013

Exploring a 60-year record of manganese deposition in Marietta Ohio using soil chemistry and atmospheric dispersion modeling . Carter, Megan (2013): Master of Science, Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 114

2013

Aboverground Carbon Distribution across a temperate watershed. Smith, Lauren A. (2013): Master of Science, Ecology, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 72

2013

Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Water Stable Isotope Compositions at the Susquehanna-shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory . Thomas, E (2013): Master of Science, Civil Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, p.118

2012

Biogeochemistry of manganese contamination in a temperate forested watershed. Herndon, E. (2012): Doctor of Philosophy, Geosciences and Biogeochemistry, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 290.

2012

Development of a land surface hydrologic modeling and data assimilation system for the study of subsurface-land surface interaction. Shi, Y. (2012): Doctor of Philosophy, Meteorology, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 214.

2011

Coupling Dissolved Organic Carbon and Hydropedology in the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Andrews, D.M. (2011): Doctor of Philosophy, Soil Science, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 233.

2011

Catchment-Scale Soil Water Retention Characteristics and Delineation of Hydropedological Functional Units in the Shale Hills Catchment. Baldwin, D (2011): Master of Science, Soil Science, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 126

2011

Usings δ2H AND δ18O To Determine The Flowpaths and Timescales of Water at the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory, . Holmes III, G.H., (2011): Master of Science, Civil Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 70.

2011

MULTI-SCALE LIDAR-BASED APPROACHES TO CHARACTERIZING STREAM NETWORKS, SURFACE ROUGHNESS AND LANDFORMS OF FOREST WATERSHEDS. Kristen M. Brubaker (2011): Doctor of Philosophy, Forest Resources, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 162

2011

Integrated Approach to Identifying Subsurface Flow in a Forest Catchment . Zhang, J. (2011): Doctor of Philosophy, Soil Science, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 186

2010

Laboratory, Field, and Modeling Analysis of Solute Transport Behavior at the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory,. Kuntz, B. (2010): Master of Science, Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 73

2010

Implementing the Shale Hills Watershed Model in Application of PIHM,. Li, W. (2010): Master of Science, Civil Engineering, The Pennslyvania State University, p. 113

2010

Tree species distribution in relation to stem hydraulic traits and soil moisture in a mixed hardwood forest in central Pennsylvania . Wubbles, J. (2010): Master of Science, Horticulture, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 39.

2009

Static and Dynamic Controls of Soil Moisture Variability in the Shale Hills Catchment,. Takagi, K. (2009): Master of Science, Soil Science, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 68