Modeling / Computational Science 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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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
Continuous resistivity profiling and seismic-reflection data collected in April 2010 from Indian River Bay, Delaware. Cross, V.A., J.F. Bratton, H.A. Michael, K.D. Kroeger, A. Green, and E. Bergeron (2014): US Geological Survey Open-File Report 2011-1039
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
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
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
Comparison of Two PARAFAC Models of Dissolved Organic Matter Fluorescence for a Mid-Atlantic Forested Watershed in the USA. Singh, S., S. Inamdar, and D. Scott (2013): Journal of Ecosystems
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
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
29 Jul 2016 - CZO seeks postdoc to answer fundamental questions about CZ architecture and hydrologic processes. Work involves data synthesis and building models.
30 Oct 2015 - St. Clair et al. suggest tectonic stresses interact with topography to influence bedrock weathering.