Engineering / Method Development is one of more than 16 discipline tags that we use to categorize and aggregate our interdisciplinary information within and across CZOs. Much of our information has been tagged with 2-3 disciplines.
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Technical report: The design and evaluation of a basin-scale wireless sensor network for mountain hydrology. Zhang, Z.; Glaser, S.D.; Bales, R.C.; Conklin, M.; Rice, R.; Marks, D.G. (2017): Water Resources Research.
Wetting and Drying Variability of the Shallow Subsurface Beneath a Snowpack in California’s Southern Sierra Nevada. Webb, R.W., Fassnacht, S.R., Gooseff, M.N. (2015): Vadose Zone Journal. 14 (8)
Sensor placement strategies for SWE estimation in the American River basin. Welch, S., Kerkez, B., Bales, R., Glaser, S., Rittger, Rice, R. (2013): Water Resources Research, 49 (2)
A cyber-infrastructure for the measurement and estimation of large-scale hydrologic processes. Kerkez, B. (2012): University of California, Berkeley
Design and Performance of a Wireless Sensor Network for Catchment-scale Snow and Soil Moisture Measurements. Kerkez, B., Glaser, S.D., Bales, R.C., and Meadows, M.W. (2012): Water Resources Research, 48 (9), W09515
Sampling design and optimal sensor placement strategies for basin-scale SWE estimation. Kerkez, B., Welch, S.C., Bales, R.C., Glaser, S.D., Rittger, K.E., and R. Rice (2012): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2012. Abstract C33C-0683.
Connecting the snowpack to the internet of things: an IPv6 architecture for providing real-time measurements of hydrologic systems (Invited). Kerkez, B., Zhang, Z., Oroza, C., Glaser, S.D., and Bales, R.C. (2012): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2012. Abstract C32B-07.
Integrating soil water measurements from plot to catchment scale in a snow-dominated, mixed-conifer forest of the southern Sierra Nevada. Meadows, M.W., Hartsough, P.C., Bales, R.C., Hopmans, J.W., and Malazian, A.I. (2012): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2012. Abstract H31G-1198.
Strategic sampling of microclimate, soil moisture and sapflux for improving ecohydrological model estimates in the California Sierra. Son, K., and Tague, C. (2012): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2012. Abstract H31G-1208.
Evaluation of MPS-1 soil water potential sensor. Malazian, A., Hartsough, P.C., Kamai, T., Campbell, C.S., Cobos, D.R. and Hopmans, J.W. (2011): J. of Hydrology. 402:126-134.
Estimating Snow Water Equivalent over the American River in the Sierra Nevada Basin Using Wireless Sensor Networks. Welch, S.C., Kerkez, B., Glaser, S.D., Bales, R.C., Rice, R. (2011): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2011. Abstract IN32A-07.
Design and development of a wireless sensor network to monitor snow depth in multiple catchments in the American River basin, California: hardware selection and sensor placement techniques. Kerkez, B., Rice, R., Glaser, S.D., Bales, R.C., Saksa, P.C. (2010): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2010. Abstract IN34A-07.
The Science of Wireless Sensor Networks: Improving engineered systems through scientific analysis . Krekez, B., Meadows, M., Glaser, S.D., Bales, R.C. (2009): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2009. 90(52). Abstract IN13C-03.
Calibration and Testing of the MPS-1 Soil Matric Potential Sensor . Malaizan, A., Hartsough, P.C., Kamai, T., Cobos, D.R., Campbell, C.S., Hopmans, J.W. (2009): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2009. 90(52). Abstract H31A-0740.
Remote Environmental Monitoring of Hydrologic Biotic Interaction in a Mountain Environment. Hartsough, P., Malazian, A., Tuli, A., Kamai, T., Kizito, F., Bales, R., Broad, A., Hopmans, J. (2008): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2008. 89(53). Abstract H51H-0974.
06 Nov 2017 - By Michelle Gilmore and Leigh Bernacchi Ever wonder how we know what we know about water? Twenty-five intrepid water and forest managers,...
20 Dec 2016 - Lawrence Livermore and UC Merced researchers are tracking water through the critical zone using cutting-edge technology and new collection methods.
07 Sep 2015 - PhD Student, Systems Engineering, University of California Berkeley
12 Aug 2013 - Network of iPhone-size devices keeps tabs on state water supply
19 Mar 2013 - Research Ecologist Carolyn Hunsaker presented a USFS Landscape Science webinar on the Kings River Experimental Watershed on March 19th. This hourly...
07 Nov 2011 - In the Sierra Nevada, wireless sensor nodes are transmitting data indicating the amount of snow that has fallen or melted, as well as...
29 Apr 2011 - The wireless snow measurement system is discussed in a 3-minute long video segment, starting at 21:10. the video was created by the UC Berkeley...
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