Tammo Steenhuis
Tammo Steenhuis
International Professor of Environmental Egineering and Adjunct Professor of Civil and Water
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei cornell.edu
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Trend analysis of streamflow in Turkey
E Kahya, S Kalaycı
Journal of Hydrology 289 (1-4), 128-144, 2004
7792004
The handbook of groundwater engineering
JW Delleur
CRC press, 2006
5032006
Mobility and solubility of toxic metals and nutrients in soil fifteen years after sludge application
MB McBride, BK Richards, T Steenhuis, JJ Russo, S Sauvé
Soil Science 162 (7), 487-500, 1997
4311997
Movement of heavy metals through undisturbed and homogenized soil columns
VJ Camobreco, BK Richards, TS Steenhuis, JH Peverly, MB McBride
Soil Science 161 (11), 740-750, 1996
3961996
Citizen science in hydrology and water resources: opportunities for knowledge generation, ecosystem service management, and sustainable development
W Buytaert, Z Zulkafli, S Grainger, L Acosta, TC Alemie, J Bastiaensen, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 2, 26, 2014
3602014
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
3412014
Mechanism for finger persistence in homogeneous, unsaturated, porous media: Theory and verification
RJ Glass, TS Steenhuis, JY Parlange
Soil Science 148 (1), 60-70, 1989
3341989
Preferential paths of flow under conventional and conservation tillage
MS Andreini, TS Steenhuis
Geoderma 46 (1-3), 85-102, 1990
3151990
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
3022008
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
2882000
SCS runoff equation revisited for variable-source runoff areas
TS Steenhuis, M Winchell, J Rossing, JA Zollweg, MF Walter
Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering 121 (3), 234-238, 1995
2851995
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
2701999
Wetting front instability: 2. Experimental determination of relationships between system parameters and two‐dimensional unstable flow field behavior in initially dry porous media
RJ Glass, TS Steenhuis, JY Parlange
Water Resources Research 25 (6), 1195-1207, 1989
2661989
Preferential flow in water‐repellent sands
TWJ Bauters, TS Steenhuis, JY Parlange, DA DiCarlo
Soil Science Society of America Journal 62 (5), 1185-1190, 1998
2561998
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
2492003
Physics of water repellent soils
TWJ Bauters, TS Steenhuis, DA DiCarlo, JL Nieber, LW Dekker, ...
Journal of Hydrology 231, 233-243, 2000
2492000
Phosphorus removal by wollastonite: A constructed wetland substrate
AS Brooks, MN Rozenwald, LD Geohring, LW Lion, TS Steenhuis
Ecological Engineering 15 (1-2), 121-132, 2000
2432000
A multi basin SWAT model analysis of runoff and sedimentation in the Blue Nile, Ethiopia
ZM Easton, DR Fuka, ED White, AS Collick, B Biruk Ashagre, ...
Hydrology and earth system sciences 14 (10), 1827-1841, 2010
2422010
Wetting front instability as a rapid and far-reaching hydrologic process in the vadose zone
RJ Glass, TS Steenhuis, JY Parlange
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 3 (2-4), 207-226, 1988
2301988
Modeling and field evidence of finger formation and finger recurrence in a water repellent sandy soil
CJ Ritsema, LW Dekker, JL Nieber, TS Steenhuis
Water Resources Research 34 (4), 555-567, 1998
2271998
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