Hydrology 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.
Cross-CZO INVESTIGATOR, Visiting/Affiliate, COLLABORATOR
Investigator - Shale Hills, Collaborator- Christina
Chester County, PA - Stream Water Chemistry, Streamflow / Discharge, Climate, Stage, Stream Water Temperatures - USGS (2007-2015)
17 components • Christina River Basin • Climatology / Meteorology, Hydrology, Water Chemistry • USGS NWIS
Chester County, PA - Groundwater Depth - USGS (1951-2015)
27 components • Christina River Basin • Hydrology • US Geological Survey
Christina River Basin - Stream Suspended Sediment (1993-2012)
20 components • Boulton Run, Christina River Basin, Forest Endmember: Spring Brook, White Clay Creek @ SWRC, Construction Endmember: White Clay Creek below landfill, Lower White Clay Creek, Agricultural Endmember: South Branch Doe Run • Water Chemistry, Geomorphology, Biogeochemistry, Hydrology, Geochemistry / Mineralogy • Aufdenkampe, A.K.; Newbold, J.D.; Anderson, B. A.; Richardson, D.; Damiano, S.G.
Christina River Basin - Stream Water Chemistry, Stream Suspended Sediment, Stream Water Temperatures, Groundwater Depth - USGS (1985-2007)
19 components • Christina River Basin • Water Chemistry, Hydrology, Geomorphology • US Geological Survey
Delaware and SE Pennsylvania - Climate, Air Temperature, Meteorology, Precipitation - DEOS (2004-2015)
1 components • Christina River Basin, Other Research Sites in CRB • Climatology / Meteorology, Hydrology, Water Chemistry • Delaware Environmental Observing System (DEOS)
National - Climate, Flux Tower, Streamflow / Discharge - CUAHSI WDC web services (1968-2015)
7 components • Boulder Creek Watershed, Christina River Basin, Jemez River Basin, Santa Catalina Mountains, El Verde Field Station, Northeastern Puerto Rico and the Luquillo Mountains, Rio Blanco, Rio Mameyes, Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory, Providence Creek Headwater Catchments (1660 - 2115 m elevation), Wolverton Basin (2230 - 2700 m elevation), Other instrumented sites • Climatology / Meteorology, Hydrology, Soil Science / Pedology • Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory; Catalina-Jemez Critical Zone Observatory; Luquillo Critical Zone Observatory; Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory; Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory; Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory
PA Avondale 2N - Climate, Air Temperature, Meteorology, Precipitation - NOAA CRN (2006-2015)
19 components • Christina River Basin, White Clay Creek @ SWRC • Climatology / Meteorology, Hydrology • NOAA Climate Reference Network (CRN)
PA Avondale 2N - Soil Moisture, Soil Temperature - NOAA CRN (2011-2015)
5 components • Christina River Basin, White Clay Creek @ SWRC • Hydrology, Climatology / Meteorology, Soil Science / Pedology • NOAA Climate Reference Network (CRN)
Stroud Water Research Center - Precipitation, Meteorology (1996-2010)
1 components • White Clay Creek @ SWRC • Climatology / Meteorology, Hydrology • Tsang, Y-P; Newbold, J. D.; Damiano, S. G.
Third-order White Clay Creek and Boulton Run - Climate, Stable Isotopes, Stream Water Chemistry (2011-2012)
1 components • White Clay Creek @ SWRC • Climatology / Meteorology, Geochemistry / Mineralogy, Hydrology, Water Chemistry • Diana L. Karwan
Upper watershed at Boulton Run - Climate, Rainfall Chemistry, Stable Isotopes, Precipitation (2011-2012)
1 components • Boulton Run • Climatology / Meteorology, Geochemistry / Mineralogy, Hydrology, Water Chemistry • Diana L. Karwan
White Clay Creek - Stage, Streamflow / Discharge (1968-2014)
55 components • White Clay Creek @ SWRC, Christina River Basin • Hydrology • Stroud Water Research Center
White Clay Creek - Well Water Levels (1988-2012)
5 components • White Clay Creek @ SWRC, Christina River Basin • Hydrology • Stroud Water Research Center
White Clay Creek Transect A floodplain - Climate, Electrical Conductivity, Lysimeter Water Samples Chemistry, Soil Porewater Chemistry, Stable Isotopes, Stream Water Temperatures, Stream Water Chemistry, Soil Water Chemistry, Soil Temperature (2011-2012)
1 components • Transect A • Biogeochemistry, Climatology / Meteorology, Geochemistry / Mineralogy, Hydrology, Soil Science / Pedology • Lazareva, Olesya
White Clay Creek Transect A floodplain, Transect C - Climate, Stable Isotopes, Well Water Levels (2012)
1 components • Agricultural Endmember: South Branch Doe Run, Boulton Run, Transect A • Biogeochemistry, Climatology / Meteorology, Geochemistry / Mineralogy, Hydrology, Soil Science / Pedology • Karwan, Diana L.; Lazareva, Olesya
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
Dynamic response of surface water-groundwater exchange to currents, tides, and waves in an estuary
Changes in fluid flux across the sediment-water interface in a shallow estuary due to changes in currents, waves, and tides
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
Penn State Integrated Hydrologic Model
Multiprocess, multi-scale hydrologic model.
Penn State Integrated Hydrological Model for Dissolved Organic Carbon
PIHM is a physically based, fully distributed hydrological model
Hydrologic Flowpaths and Hydropedology
Vertical and lateral flowpaths provide a "short-circuit" for water flux in the shallow subsurface.
Reviews and syntheses: on the roles trees play in building and plumbing the critical zone. Brantley, Susan L., David M. Eissenstat, Jill A. Marshall, Sarah E. Godsey, Zsuzsanna Balogh-Brunstad, Diana L. Karwan, Shirley A. Papuga, Joshua Roering, Todd E. Dawson, Jaivime Evaristo, Oliver Chadwick, Jeffrey J. McDonnell, Kathleen C. Weathers (2017): Biogeosciences, 14, 5115-5142 Cross-CZO National
How soil water storage moderates climate changes effects on transpiration, across the different climates of the Critical Zone Observatories. Heckman, C.; Tague, C. (2017): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2017. Abstract H23H-1777. Cross-CZO National
Variation of organic matter quantity and quality in streams at Critical Zone Observatory watersheds. Miller, Matthew P., Boyer, Elizabeth W., McKnight, Diane M., Brown, Michael G., Gabor, Rachel S., Hunsaker, Carolyn T., Iavorivska, Lidiia, Inamdar, Shreeram, Johnson, Dale W., Kaplan, Louis A., Lin, Henry, McDowell, William H., Perdrial, Julia N. (2016): Water Resources Research, 52 (10): 8202–8216 Cross-CZO
Soil moisture response to snowmelt timing in mixed-conifer subalpine forests. Harpold A. A., Molotch N. P., Musselman K. N., Bales R. C., Kirchner P. B., Litvak M. and Brooks P. D. (2015): Hydrological Processes 29(12): 2782–2798 Cross-CZO
Laser vision: lidar as a transformative tool to advance critical zone science. Harpold, A. A., Marshall, J. A., Lyon, S. W., Barnhart, T. B., Fisher, B. A., Donovan, M., Brubaker, K. M., Crosby, C. J., Glenn, N. F., Glennie, C. L., Kirchner, P. B., Lam, N., Mankoff, K. D., McCreight, J. L., Molotch, N. P., Musselman, K. N., Pelletier, J., Russo, T., Sangireddy, H., Sjöberg, Y., Swetnam, T., and West, N. (2015): Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 19, 2881-2897 Cross-CZO National
2015 (In Review)
Beryllium-7 wet deposition variation with storm height, synoptic classification, and tree canopy state in the mid-Atlantic USA. Karwan, D.L, C.M. Siegert, D.F. Levia, J.E. Pizzuto, A.K Aufdenkampe (2015): Hydrological Processes
Storm event patterns of particulate organic carbon (POC) for large storms and differences with dissolved organic carbon (DOC). Dhillon, G.S., and S.P. Inamdar (2014): Biogeochemistry, 118:61-81
Model My Watershed: Connecting Students’ Conceptual Understanding of Watersheds to Real-World Decision Making. Gill, S. E., N. Marcum-Dietrich, and R. Becker-Klein (2014): J. Geosci. Educ. 62 (1): 61–73
What makes Darwinian hydrology "Darwinian"? Asking a different kind of question about landscapes. Harman C. and Troch P.A. (2014): Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18: 417-433 Cross-CZO
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
Long term storage and transport length scale of fine sediment: Analysis of a mercury release into a river. Pizzuto, J.E. (2014): Geophysical Research Letters, 41
Characteristic Length Scales and Time-Averaged Transport Velocities of Suspended Sediment In the Mid-Atlantic Region, USA. Pizzuto, J.E., Schenk, E.R., Hupp. C.R., Gellis, A., Noe, G., Williamson, E., Karwan, D.L., O’Neal, M., Marquard, J., Aalto, R., D. Newbold (2014): Water Resources Research, 50:1-12
Hydrologic dynamics and geochemical responses within a floodplain aquifer and hyporheic zone during Hurricane Sandy. Sawyer, A.H., L.A. Kaplan, O. Lazareva, and H.A. Michael (2014): Water Resources Research, 50 (6): 4877–4892
Changes in dissolved organic matter (DOM) amount and composition along nested headwater stream locations during baseflow and stormflow. Singh, S., S. Inamdar, and M. Mitchell (2014): Hydrological Processes
Solute-specific scaling of inorganic nitrogen and phosphorus uptake in streams. Hall, R. O., Jr., M. A. Baker, E. J. Rosi-Marshall, J. L. Tank, and J. D. Newbold (2013): Biogeosciences 10:7323-7331 Cross-CZO
Temporal variation in end-member chemistry and its influence on runoff mixing patterns in a forested, Piedmont catchment. Inamdar, S.P., G. Dhillon, S. Singh, S. Dutta, D.F. Levia, D. Scott, M.J. Mitchell, J.T. Van Stan, & P. McHale (2013): Water Resources Research, 49: 1828–1844
Seawater circulation in sediments driven by interactions between seabed topography and fluid density. Konikow, L.F., Akhavan, M., C. Langevin, H.A. Michael, and A.H. Sawyer (2013): Water Resources Research, 49: 1386–1399
Measuring heterotrophic respiration rates of suspended particulate organic carbon from stream ecosystems. Richardson, D. C., J. D. Newbold, A. K. Aufdenkampe, P. G. Taylor, and L. A. Kaplan (2013): Limnology and Oceanography-Methods 11:247-261
Geologic effects on groundwater salinity and discharge into an estuary. Russoniello, C.J., C. Fernandez, J.F. Bratton, D.E. Krantz, J.F. Banaszak, A.S. Andres, L.F. Konikow, and H.A. Michael (2013): Journal of Hydrology, 498:1–12
Dynamic response of surface water-groundwater exchange to currents, tides, and waves in a shallow estuary. Sawyer, A.H., F. Shi, J. Kirby, H.A. Michael (2013): Journal of Geophysical Research – Oceans, 118
A variable source area for groundwater evapotranspiration: impacts on modeling stream flow. Tsang, Y.-P., Hornberger, G., Kaplan, L. A., Newbold, J. D. and Aufdenkampe, A. K. (2013): Hydrol. Process.
Evaluation of an instrumental method to reduce error in canopy water storage estimates via mechanical displacement. Van Stan J.T., K.A. Martin, J. Friesen, M.T. Jarvis, J.D. Lundquist, & D.F. Levia (2013): Water Resources Research
The Effect Of Particle Storage On Time-Averaged Suspended Sediment Transport Velocities Along the White Clay Creek, Pennsylvania. Wiliamson, Elyse (2013): In Review, University of Delaware
Within-storm and Seasonal Differences in Suspended Material Composition and Sources in White Clay Creek, USA. D.L. Karwan, A.K. Aufdenkampe, R. Aalto, J.D. Newbold, J.E. Pizzuto (2012): American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, February 24-28, 2012
Characterization and Source Determination of Suspended Particulate Material in White Clay Creek, USA. Karwan, D.L. (2012): Invited Seminar, United States Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia, January 27, 2012
Sediment Fingerprinting in White Clay Creek and the Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory. Karwan, D.L. (2012): Invited Seminar, University of Pennsylvania, Department of Earth and Environmental Science, April 2, 2012
Beryllium-7 Wet Deposition in Open Precipitation and Canopy Throughfall. Karwan, D.L., Levia, D., Siegert, C., and Pizzuto, J. (2012): American Geophysical Union Annual Fall Meeting, December 3-7, 2012, San Francisco, CA
Stemflow and dissolved organic carbon cycling: temporal variability in concentration, flux, and UV-vis spectral metrics in a temperate broadleaved deciduous forest in the eastern USA. Levia, D.F.*, J.T. Van Stan*, S.P. Inamdar, M.T. Jarvis, M.J. Mitchell, S.M. Mage, C.E. Scheick, & P.J. McHale (2012): Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42: 207-216. [* equal contributors]
Turbulent particle transport in streams: Can exponential settling be reconciled with fluid mechanics?. McNair, J. N. and J. D. Newbold (2012): Journal of Theoretical Biology 300:62-80
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)
Biogeochemical Dynamics of Aqueous Fe and Mn in Soil Pore-Waters and Stream with Respect to Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) Quantity and Quality. Olesya Lazareva, Sparks, D.L., Pan, W., Kan, J., Aufdenkampe, A. (2012): Goldschmidt Conference, Montreal, Canada, June 24-29.
Scaling the gas transfer velocity and hydraulic geometry in streams and small rivers. Raymond, P. A., C. J. Zappa, D. Butman, T. L. Bott, C. Potter, P. Mulholland, A. E. Laursen, W. H. McDowell, and D. Newbold (2012): Limnology and Oceanography: Fluids and Environments 2:41-53
Shallow stratigraphic controls on surface water-groundwater mixing and geochemical fate in the benthic zone of an estuary. Sawyer A.H., Lazareva, O., Crespo, K., and Michael, H. (2012): GSA Annual Meeting, Charlotte, North Carolina, Nov. 4-7
Controls & dynamics of canopy-derived dissolved organic matter from co-dominant broadleaved deciduous canopies to the soil of a temperate catchment in the northeastern United States. Van Stan, J.T. (2012): Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Delaware
Controls and dynamics of canopy-derived dissolved organic matter from co-dominant broadleaved deciduous canopies to the soil of a temperate catchment in the northeastern United States. Van Stan, J.T. (2012): Publications in Climatology 64: 1-96
The effects of phenoseason and storm characteristics on throughfall solute washoff and leaching dynamics from a temperate deciduous forest canopy. Van Stan, J.T., D.F. Levia, S.P. Inamdar, M. Lepori-Bui, & M.J. Mitchell (2012): Science of the Total Environment 430: 48-58
An integrated monitoring network for hydrologic, geochemical, and sediment fluxes to characterize carbon-mineral fate in the Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory. A.H. Sawyer, Karwan, D. L., Lazareva, O. (2011): AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, Dec. 5-9.
Riverine coupling of biogeochemical cycles between land, oceans, and atmosphere. Aufdenkampe, A. K., Mayorga, E., Raymond, P. A., Melack, J. M., Doney, S. C., Alin, S. R., Aalto, R. E., and Yoo, K. (2011): Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9:53-60.
Within-storm and Seasonal Differences in Particulate Organic Material Composition and Sources in White Clay Creek, USA. D.L. Karwan, A.K. Aufdenkampe, R. Aalto, J.D. Newbold, J.E. Pizzuto (2011): American Geophysical Union Annual Fall Meeting, December 4-10, 2011
Characterization & Source Determination of Stream Suspended Particulate Material in White Clay Creek. D.L. Karwan, R. Aalto, A.K. Aufdenkampe, J.D. Newbold, J.E. Pizzuto (2011): National Critical Zone Observatory Program Meeting, May 8-13, 2011
Characterization & Source Determination of Stream Suspended Particulate Material in White Clay Creek. D.L. Karwan, R. Aalto, A.K. Aufdenkampe, J.D. Newbold, J.E. Pizzuto (2011): Geochemistry of the Earth Surface 9, June 2-6, 2011
Dissolved organic matter (DOM) concentration and quality in a forested mid-Atlantic watershed, USA . Inamdar, S., Finger, N., Singh, S., Mitchell, M., Levia, D., Bais, H., Scott, D., and McHale, P. (2011): Biogeochemistry 108 (1) 55-76
Fluorescence characteristics and sources of dissolved organic matter for stream water during storm events in a forested mid-Atlantic watershed. Inamdar, S., Singh, S., Dutta, S., Levia, D., Mitchell, M., Scott, D., Bais, H., and McHale P. (2011): J. Geophys. Res. 116:G03043.
Characterization and Source Determination of Stream Suspended Particulate Material in White Clay Creek, USA. Karwan, D.L., R. Aalto, A.K. Aufdenkampe, J.D. Newbold, J.E. Pizzuto (2011): Applied Geochemistry 26:5354-5356
Atmospheric deposition and corresponding variability of stemflow chemistry across temporal scales in a mid-Atlantic broadleaved deciduous forest canopy. Levia, D.F., J.T. Van Stan, C.M. Siegert, S.P. Inamdar, M.J. Mitchell, S.M. Mage, & P.J. McHale (2011): Atmospheric Environment 45: 3046-3054
Geologic and hydrologic control of porewater chemistry and submarine groundwater discharge into Indian River Bay, Delaware. Michael, H.A., C. Fernandez, C.J. Russoniello, A.S. Andres, K.D. Kroeger, D.E. Krantz, J.F. Banaszak, A. Musetto, K. Myers, L.F. Konikow and J.F. Bratton. (2011): Goldschmidt 2011 conference, Prague, Czech Republic, August 14-19. p. 1462
Effects of wind-driven rainfall on stemflow generation between two codominant tree species with differing crown characteristics. Van Stan, J.T., C.M. Siegert, D.F. Levia, & C.E. Scheick (2011): Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151: 1277-1286
Storm-event Patterns and Sources of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) for Stream Runoff in a Forested, Mid-Atlantic Watershed . Inamdar, S.P., S. Singh, N. Finger, M. J. Mitchell. (2010): Abstract B13D-0499. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 13-17.
Temporal variability of stemflow volume in a beech-yellow poplar forest in relation to tree species and size. Levia, D.F., Van Stan, II, J.T., Mage, S.M., and Kelley-Hauske, P.W. (2010): Journal of Hydrology 380 (1/2):112-120.
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
Microclimatological and Physiological Controls of Stomatal Conductance and Transpiration of Co-Occurring Seedlings with Varying Shade Tolerance . Siegert, C.M., D.F. Levia. (2010): Abstract H33B-1132. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 13-17.
Temporal Variability of Stemflow Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC) Concentrations and Quality from Morphologically Contrasting Deciduous Canopies . Van Stan, J.T., D.F. Levia, S.P. Inamdar, M.J. Mitchell, S.M. Mage. (2010): Abstract B13D-0516. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 13-17.
Transport, sources, and quality of seston in a piedmont headwater stream. Richardson, D. C. (2008): Ph.D. dissertation. University of Maryland
Effects of current velocity on the nascent architecture of stream microbial biofilms. Battin, T. J., L. A. Kaplan, J. D. Newbold, X. Cheng, and C. Hansen (2003): Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 63:5443-5452
30 Oct 2017 - Water Resources Research published a new special collection in September 2017 featuring concentration-discharge research from multiple CZOs.
19 Oct 2016 - Ciaran Harman will receive the 2016 Early Career Hydrologic Science Award at the 2016 AGU Fall Meeting, to be held 12–16 December in San Francisco.
29 Jul 2016 - CZO seeks postdoc to answer fundamental questions about CZ architecture and hydrologic processes. Work involves data synthesis and building models.
16 May 2013 - Job Title: Section Head, Surface Earth Processes Section Agency: National Science Foundation Job Announcement Number: ...
17 Apr 2013 - Distinguished Sabbatical Visitor Fellowship The Wyoming Center for Environmental Hydrology and Geophysics (WyCEHG) invites applications for the...
11 Jan 2013 - Karwan awarded an NSF EAR Postdoctoral Fellowship to work with Susquehanna Shale Hills and Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatories
07 Nov 2012 - Hurricane Sandy has brought significant devastation to some East Coasters, but for scientists at Stroud Water Research Center, the University of...
03 Aug 2012 - A major research effort was underway the last week of July 2012, led by the faculty and students of the Christina River Basin Critical Zone...
01 Mar 2012 - The most widespread contaminant of groundwater is not a microbe, industrial chemical or harmful element such as arsenic, according to University of...
15 Sep 2011 - Local bow hunters and about 80 water research scientists from Europe, North America, China, and Australia were among the few humans braving the...
29 Aug 2011 - While Hurricane Irene had officials along the East Coast preparing for mass evacuations, scientists at the Stroud Water Research Center and the...
25 Jul 2011 - Delphis (Del) Levia, associate professor of geography at the University of Delaware, has always loved trees. Growing up on his parents' 93-acre...
An EarthCube Domain End-User Workshop: Integrating the inland waters geochemistry, biogeochemistry and fluvial sedimentology communities
Boulder, Colorado, USA.
The Science Behind Your Livable Landscape
Stroud Water Research Center.
Christina River Basin CZO: Spatial and temporal integration of carbon, mineral and water fluxes: a whole watershed approach to quantifying anthropogenic carbon sequestration