Danny Marks, PhD
Danny Marks, PhD
Research Hydrologist, USDA-ARS Northwest Watershed Research Center
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ars.usda.gov
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A comparison of geostatistical procedures for spatial analysis of precipitation in mountainous terrain
DL Phillips, J Dolph, D Marks
Agricultural and forest meteorology 58 (1-2), 119-141, 1992
4521992
Climate and energy exchange at the snow surface in the alpine region of the Sierra Nevada: 2. Snow cover energy balance
D Marks, J Dozier
Water Resources Research 28 (11), 3043-3054, 1992
417*1992
Daily air temperature interpolated at high spatial resolution over a large mountainous region
R Dodson, D Marks
Climate research 8 (1), 1-20, 1997
3291997
The sensitivity of snowmelt processes to climate conditions and forest cover during rain‐on‐snow: A case study of the 1996 Pacific Northwest flood
D Marks, J Kimball, D Tingey, T Link
Hydrological Processes 12 (10‐11), 1569-1587, 1998
3211998
A spatially distributed energy balance snowmelt model for application in mountain basins
D Marks, J Domingo, D Susong, T Link, D Garen
Hydrological Processes 13 (12‐13), 1935-1959, 1999
3161999
Automated basin delineation from digital elevation data
D Marks, J Dozier, J Frew
Geo-processing 2 (3), 299-311, 1984
2651984
The dynamics of rainfall interception by a seasonal temperate rainforest
TE Link, M Unsworth, D Marks
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 124 (3-4), 171-191, 2004
2452004
A global perspective of regional vegetation and hydrologic sensitivities from climatic change
RP Neilson, D Marks
Journal of vegetation science 5 (5), 715-730, 1994
2171994
Solar radiation transmission through conifer canopies
JP Hardy, R Melloh, G Koenig, D Marks, A Winstral, JW Pomeroy, T Link
Agricultural and forest meteorology 126 (3-4), 257-270, 2004
2112004
Spatially distributed energy balance snowmelt modelling in a mountainous river basin: estimation of meteorological inputs and verification of model results
DC Garen, D Marks
Journal of Hydrology 315 (1-4), 126-153, 2005
1972005
Simulating wind fields and snow redistribution using terrain‐based parameters to model snow accumulation and melt over a semi‐arid mountain catchment
A Winstral, D Marks
Hydrological Processes 16 (18), 3585-3603, 2002
1862002
Snow mapping and classification from Landsat Thematic Mapper data
J Dozier, D Marks
Annals of Glaciology 9, 97-103, 1987
1791987
The importance of canopy structure in controlling the interception loss of rainfall: examples from a young and an old-growth Douglas-fir forest
TG Pypker, BJ Bond, TE Link, D Marks, MH Unsworth
Agricultural and forest Meteorology 130 (1-2), 113-129, 2005
1752005
Point simulation of seasonal snow cover dynamics beneath boreal forest canopies
TE Link, D Marks
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 104 (D22), 27841-27857, 1999
1611999
A sensitivity study of daytime net radiation during snowmelt to forest canopy and atmospheric conditions
JE Sicart, RLH Essery, JW Pomeroy, J Hardy, T Link, D Marks
Journal of Hydrometeorology 5 (5), 774-784, 2004
1542004
The impact of coniferous forest temperature on incoming longwave radiation to melting snow
JW Pomeroy, D Marks, T Link, C Ellis, J Hardy, A Rowlands, R Granger
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (17), 2513-2525, 2009
1382009
The Airborne Snow Observatory: Fusion of scanning lidar, imaging spectrometer, and physically-based modeling for mapping snow water equivalent and snow albedo
TH Painter, DF Berisford, JW Boardman, KJ Bormann, JS Deems, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 184, 139-152, 2016
1312016
Comparison of algorithms for incoming atmospheric long‐wave radiation
GN Flerchinger, W Xaio, D Marks, TJ Sauer, Q Yu
Water Resources Research 45 (3), 2009
1292009
A clear-sky longwave radiation model for remote alpine areas
D Marks, J Dozier
Archiv für Meteorologie, Geophysik und Bioklimatologie, Serie B 27 (2-3 …, 1979
1181979
Components and controls of water flux in an old-growth Douglas-fir–western hemlock ecosystem
MH Unsworth, N Phillips, T Link, BJ Bond, M Falk, ME Harmon, ...
Ecosystems 7 (5), 468-481, 2004
1122004
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