Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
2020 (In Press)
Tributary confluences are dynamic thermal refuges for a juvenile salmonid in a warming river network. Wang, T., Kelson, S.J., Greer, G., Thompson, S.E., and S.M. Carlson (2020): River Research and Applications
Evaluating definitions of salmonid thermal refugia using in situ measurements in the Eel River, Northern California . Greer, G., Carlson, S.M, and Thompson, S.E. (2019): Ecohydrology
Low Subsurface Water Storage Capacity Relative to Annual Rainfall Decouples Mediterranean Plant Productivity and Water Use From Rainfall Variability. Hahm, W.J., Dralle, D.N., Rempe, D.M., Bryk, A.B., Thompson, S.E., Dawson, T.E., and Dietrich, W.E. (2019): Geophysical Research Letters
Quantification of the seasonal hillslope water storage that does not drive streamflow. Dralle, D.N., Hahm, W.J., Rempe, D.M., Karst, N.J., Thompson, S.E., Dietrich, W.E. (2018): Hydrological Processes
Event-scale power law recession analysis: quantifying methodological uncertainty. Dralle, D. N., Karst, N. J., Charalampous, K., Veenstra, A., and Thompson, S. E. (2017): Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21:65-81
Stochastic modeling of interannual variation of hydrologic variables. Dralle, D.N., Karst, N., Muller, M., Vico, G., and Thompson, S.E. (2017): Geophysical Research Letters
High Time for Conservation: Adding the Environment to the Debate on Marijuana Liberalization. Carah, J., Howard, J., Thompson, S.E., Short Gianotti, A.G., Bauer, S., Carlson, S.M., Dralle, D.N., Gabriel, M.W., Hulette, L., Johnson, B., Knight, C., Kupferberg, S., Martin, S., Naylor, R., Power, M.E. (2015): BioScience (Advance Access)
Climatic, ecophysiological, and phenological controls on plant ecohydrological strategies in seasonally dry ecosystems. Vico, Giulia Thompson, Sally E. Manzoni, Stefano Molini, Annalisa Albertson, John D. Almeida-Cortez, Jarcilene S. Fay, Philip A. Feng, Xue Guswa, Andrew J. Liu, Hu Wilson, Tiffany G. Porporato, Amilcare (2015): Ecohydrology 8(4): 660-681.
Spatially variable water table recharge and the hillslope hydrologic response: Analytical solutions to the linearized hillslope Boussinesq equation. Dralle, D.N. Boisramé, G., and Thompson, S. E. (2014): Water Resources Research 50:8515-8530.
Analytical model for flow duration curves in seasonally dry climates. Muller, M., D.N. Dralle and S.E.Thompson (2014): Water Resources Research 50 (7): 5510-5531
Analytical model for flow duration curves in seasonally dry climates. Müller, M.F., Dralle, D.N., and Thompson, S.E. (2014): Water Resources Research 50(7): 5510-5531. Cross-CZO
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
Eel River Critical Zone Observatory Annual Report 2019. Dietrich, W., Bishop, J., Carlson, S., Power M., Thompson, S. (2019): NSF Award #1331940
Eel River Critical Zone Observatory Annual Report 2018. Dietrich, W., Bishop, J., Carlson, S., Power M., Thompson, S. (2018): NSF Award #1331940
Eel River Critical Zone Observatory Annual Report 2017. Dietrich, W., Bishop, J., Carlson, S., Power M., Thompson, S. (2017): NSF Award #1331940
Eel River Critical Zone Observatory Annual Report 2016. Dietrich, W. (2016): Eel River CZO, UC Berkeley
Resilience Through Disturbance: Effects of Wildfire on Vegetation and Water Balance in the Sierra Nevadas . Boisrame, G.F.S, Thompson, S.E., Stephens, S., Collins, B., Tague, N. (2015): American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. San Francisco, CA
Eel River Critical Zone Observatory Annual Report 2015. Dietrich, W. (2015): Eel River CZO, UC Berkeley
The Eel River Critical Zone Observatory: exploring how the critical zone will mediate watershed currencies and ecosystem response in a changing environment. Dietrich, WE, JK Bishop, SM Carlson, ME Power, and S Thompson (2013): NSF Proposal
Atmospheric, Watershed, Ecological, Stream and Ocean Model
Modeling long-term and large-scale consequences of CZ dynamics in the context of changes in climate, land use, and water mgmt.
25 Jun 2019 - Eel River CZO research findings from Hahm et al. 2019 are featured on the UC Berkeley News website.
18 Feb 2016 - Science isn’t generally considered an extreme sport, but you wouldn’t know that by watching researchers in the Eel River Critical Zone Observatory.