Alejandro N. Flores
Alejandro N. Flores
Associate Professor of Geosciences, Boise State University
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A simplified approach for estimating soil carbon and nitrogen stocks in semi-arid complex terrain
ML Kunkel, AN Flores, TJ Smith, JP McNamara, SG Benner
Geoderma 165 (1), 1-11, 2011
Channel‐reach morphology dependence on energy, scale, and hydroclimatic processes with implications for prediction using geospatial data
AN Flores, BP Bledsoe, CO Cuhaciyan, EE Wohl
Water Resources Research 42 (6), 2006
Hillslope asymmetry maps reveal widespread, multi‐scale organization
MJ Poulos, JL Pierce, AN Flores, SG Benner
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (6), 2012
Small soil storage capacity limits benefit of winter snowpack to upland vegetation
TJ Smith, JP McNamara, AN Flores, MM Gribb, PS Aishlin, SG Benner
Hydrological Processes 25 (25), 3858-3865, 2011
Snow distribution, melt and surface water inputs to the soil in the mountain rain–snow transition zone
PR Kormos, D Marks, JP McNamara, HP Marshall, A Winstral, AN Flores
Journal of Hydrology 519, 190-204, 2014
Impact of hillslope-scale organization of topography, soil moisture, soil temperature, and vegetation on modeling surface microwave radiation emission
AN Flores, VY Ivanov, D Entekhabi, RL Bras
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 47 (8), 2557-2571, 2009
Insights into the physical processes controlling correlations between snow distribution and terrain properties
BT Anderson, JP McNamara, HP Marshall, AN Flores
Water Resources Research 50 (6), 4545-4563, 2014
Hydrologic data assimilation with a hillslope‐scale‐resolving model and L band radar observations: Synthetic experiments with the ensemble Kalman filter
AN Flores, RL Bras, D Entekhabi
Water Resources Research 48 (8), 2012
Reproducibility of soil moisture ensembles when representing soil parameter uncertainty using a Latin Hypercube–based approach with correlation control
AN Flores, D Entekhabi, RL Bras
Water Resources Research 46 (4), 2010
Dynamical precipitation downscaling for hydrologic applications using WRF 4D-Var data assimilation: Implications for GPM era
LF Lin, AM Ebtehaj, RL Bras, AN Flores, J Wang
Journal of Hydrometeorology 16 (2), 811-829, 2015
Persistent metal contamination limits lotic ecosystem heterotrophic metabolism after more than 100 years of exposure: a novel application of the resazurin resorufin smart tracer
D Stanaway, R Haggerty, S Benner, A Flores, K Feris
Environmental science & technology 46 (18), 9862-9871, 2012
Isotopic composition of precipitation in a topographically steep, seasonally snow‐dominated watershed and implications of variations from the global meteoric water line
DJ Tappa, MJ Kohn, JP McNamara, SG Benner, AN Flores
Hydrological Processes 30 (24), 4582-4592, 2016
Application of a hillslope-scale soil moisture data assimilation system to military trafficability assessment
AN Flores, D Entekhabi, RL Bras
Journal of Terramechanics 51, 53-66, 2014
Hillslope hydrology in global change research and Earth system modeling
Y Fan, M Clark, DM Lawrence, S Swenson, LE Band, SL Brantley, ...
Water Resources Research 55 (2), 1737-1772, 2019
Identifying Irrigated Areas in the Snake River Plain, Idaho: Evaluating Performance across Composting Algorithms, Spectral Indices, and Sensors
E Chance, K Cobourn, V Thomas, B Dawson, A Flores
Remote sensing 9 (6), 546, 2017
A physiographic approach to downscaling fractional snow cover data in mountainous regions
RD Walters, KA Watson, HP Marshall, JP McNamara, AN Flores
Remote sensing of environment 152, 413-425, 2014
A machine learning approach to estimation of downward solar radiation from satellite-derived data products: An application over a semi-arid ecosystem in the US
Q Zhou, A Flores, NF Glenn, R Walters, B Han
PloS one 12 (8), e0180239, 2017
GeoTool user’s manual
DA Raff, BP Bledsoe, AN Flores
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colo, 2004
Assessing a multi-platform data fusion technique in capturing spatiotemporal dynamics of heterogeneous dryland ecosystems in topographically complex terrain
P Olsoy, J Mitchell, N Glenn, A Flores
Remote Sensing 9 (10), 981, 2017
Coupling biophysical processes and water rights to simulate spatially distributed water use in an intensively managed hydrologic system
B Han, SG Benner, JP Bolte, KB Vache, AN Flores
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 2017
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