Todd Walter
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Using the Climate Forecast System Reanalysis as weather input data for watershed models
DR Fuka, MT Walter, C MacAlister, AT Degaetano, TS Steenhuis, ...
Hydrological Processes 28 (22), 5613-5623, 2014
Re-conceptualizing the soil and water assessment tool (SWAT) model to predict runoff from variable source areas
ZM Easton, DR Fuka, MT Walter, DM Cowan, EM Schneiderman, ...
Journal of hydrology 348 (3-4), 279-291, 2008
Hydrologically sensitive areas: Variable source area hydrology implications for water quality risk assessment
MT Walter, MF Walter, ES Brooks, TS Steenhuis, J Boll, K Weiler
Journal of soil and water conservation 55 (3), 277-284, 2000
A GIS‐based variable source area hydrology model
JR Frankenberger, ES Brooks, MT Walter, MF Walter, TS Steenhuis
Hydrological processes 13 (6), 805-822, 1999
A soil‐water‐balance approach to quantify groundwater recharge from irrigated cropland in the North China Plain
E Kendy, P Gérard‐Marchant, M Todd Walter, Y Zhang, C Liu, ...
Hydrological Processes 17 (10), 2011-2031, 2003
Patterns in potassium dynamics in forest ecosystems
CE Tripler, SS Kaushal, GE Likens, M Todd Walter
Ecology Letters 9 (4), 451-466, 2006
Process-based snowmelt modeling: does it require more input data than temperature-index modeling?
MT Walter, ES Brooks, DK McCool, LG King, M Molnau, J Boll
Journal of hydrology 300 (1-4), 65-75, 2005
Nanopatterning self-assembled nanoparticle superlattices by moulding microdroplets
W Cheng, N Park, MT Walter, MR Hartman, D Luo
Nature Nanotechnology 3 (11), 682-690, 2008
Using a topographic index to distribute variable source area runoff predicted with the SCS curve‐number equation
SW Lyon, MT Walter, P Gérard‐Marchant, TS Steenhuis
Hydrological processes 18 (15), 2757-2771, 2004
Incorporating variable source area hydrology into a curve‐number‐based watershed model
EM Schneiderman, TS Steenhuis, DJ Thongs, ZM Easton, MS Zion, ...
Hydrological Processes 21 (25), 3420-3430, 2007
Increasing evapotranspiration from the conterminous United States
MT Walter, DS Wilks, JY Parlange, RL Schneider
Journal of Hydrometeorology 5 (3), 405-408, 2004
Identifying hydrologically sensitive areas: bridging the gap between science and application
LJ Agnew, S Lyon, P Gérard-Marchant, VB Collins, AJ Lembo, ...
Journal of environmental management 78 (1), 63-76, 2006
Phosphorus transport into subsurface drains by macropores after manure applications: Implications for best manure management practices
LD Geohring, OV McHugh, MT Walter, TS Steenhuis, MS Akhtar, ...
Soil science 166 (12), 896-909, 2001
Rainfall induced chemical transport from soil to runoff: theory and experiments
B Gao, MT Walter, TS Steenhuis, WL Hogarth, JY Parlange
Journal of Hydrology 295 (1-4), 291-304, 2004
Funneled flow mechanisms in a sloping layered soil
MT Walter, JS Kim, TS Steenhuis, JY Parlange, A Heilig, RD Braddock, ...
Water Resources Research 36 (4), 841-849, 2000
Linking the pacific decadal oscillation to seasonal stream discharge patterns in Southeast Alaska
EG Neal, MT Walter, C Coffeen
Journal of Hydrology 263 (1-4), 188-197, 2002
Estimating basin-wide hydraulic parameters of a semi-arid mountainous watershed by recession-flow analysis
GF Mendoza, TS Steenhuis, MT Walter, JY Parlange
Journal of Hydrology 279 (1-4), 57-69, 2003
Investigating raindrop effects on transport of sediment and non-sorbed chemicals from soil to surface runoff
B Gao, MT Walter, TS Steenhuis, JY Parlange, BK Richards, WL Hogarth, ...
Journal of Hydrology 308 (1-4), 313-320, 2005
Evaluating topographic wetness indices across central New York agricultural landscapes
BP Buchanan, M Fleming, RL Schneider, BK Richards, J Archibald, Z Qiu, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (8), 3279-3299, 2014
Predicting barrier passage and habitat suitability for migratory fish species
MS Meixler, MB Bain, MT Walter
Ecological Modelling 220 (20), 2782-2791, 2009
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