Doctor of Philosophy, Soil Science, Pennsylvania State University, 2011
Occurrence of subsurface lateral flow in the Shale Hills Catchment indicated by a soil water mass balance method. Guo, L., Fan, B., Zhang, J., and Lin, H. (2018): European Journal of Soil Science
Soil Layering and Preferential Flow Impacts on Seasonal Changes of GPR Signals in Two Contrasting Soils. Zhang, J., H.S. Lin, and J. Doolittle (2014): Geoderma, 213:560–569
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
Subsurface Lateral Flow and Hillslope Hydrologic Connectivity in the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory (Invited). Lin, H., Zhang, J. (2011): AGU Annual Fall Conference Proceedings
Seasonal GPR Signal Changes in Two Contrasting Soils in the Shale Hills Catchment (Invited). Lin, H., Zhang, J., Doolittle, J.A. (2011): AGU Annual Fall Conference Proceedings
Integrated Approach to Identifying Subsurface Flow in a Forest Catchment . Zhang, J. (2011): Doctor of Philosophy, Soil Science, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 186
Evidence of Subsurface Lateral Flow in the Shale Hills CZO as Revealed by Real-Time Soil Moisture Monitoring. Zhang, J., and H.S. Lin (2011): All Hands Meeting, Oracle, AZ, May, 2011
Monitoring Infiltration Process in Structured Soil Using 4D GPR. Zhang, J., H.S. Lin, and J. Doolittle (2010): ASA, CSSA and SSSA International Annual Meeting
Combining time-lapsed GPR and real-time soil moisture monitoring to detect subsurface lateral flow. Zhang, J., Lin, H., Doolittle, J. (2009): SSSA Annual Meeting
Hydropedologic investigations in the Shale Hills catchment. Lin, H.S., Zhang, J., Andrews, D., Takagi, K., and Doolittle, J. (2008): The 1st International Conference on Hydropedology, July 28-31, 2008, Penn State, University Park, PA.