Darren Ficklin
Darren Ficklin
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Climate change sensitivity assessment of a highly agricultural watershed using SWAT
DL Ficklin, Y Luo, E Luedeling, M Zhang
Journal of Hydrology 374 (1-2), 16-29, 2009
3542009
The increasing importance of atmospheric demand for ecosystem water and carbon fluxes
KA Novick, DL Ficklin, PC Stoy, CA Williams, G Bohrer, AC Oishi, ...
Nature climate change 6 (11), 1023-1027, 2016
3302016
Climate change impacts on streamflow and subbasin-scale hydrology in the Upper Colorado River Basin
DL Ficklin, IT Stewart, EP Maurer
PloS one 8 (8), e71297, 2013
1102013
Effects of climate change on stream temperature, dissolved oxygen, and sediment concentration in the Sierra Nevada in California
DL Ficklin, IT Stewart, EP Maurer
Water Resources Research 49 (5), 2765-2782, 2013
1092013
Assessment of climate change impacts on hydrology and water quality with a watershed modeling approach
Y Luo, DL Ficklin, X Liu, M Zhang
Science of the Total Environment 450, 72-82, 2013
1092013
Historic and projected changes in vapor pressure deficit suggest a continental‐scale drying of the United States atmosphere
DL Ficklin, KA Novick
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 122 (4), 2061-2079, 2017
922017
Dynamic modeling of organophosphate pesticide load in surface water in the northern San Joaquin Valley watershed of California
Y Luo, X Zhang, X Liu, D Ficklin, M Zhang
Environmental Pollution 156 (3), 1171-1181, 2008
902008
Spatio-temporal variations of soil nutrients influenced by an altered land tenure system in China
X Liu, W Zhang, M Zhang, DL Ficklin, F Wang
Geoderma 152 (1-2), 23-34, 2009
852009
Impacts of DEM resolution, source, and resampling technique on SWAT-simulated streamflow
ML Tan, DL Ficklin, B Dixon, Z Yusop, V Chaplot
Applied Geography 63, 357-368, 2015
842015
Development and application of a hydroclimatological stream temperature model within the Soil and Water Assessment Tool
DL Ficklin, Y Luo, IT Stewart, EP Maurer
Water Resources Research 48 (1), 2012
832012
Sensitivity of agricultural runoff loads to rising levels of CO2 and climate change in the San Joaquin Valley watershed of California
DL Ficklin, Y Luo, E Luedeling, SE Gatzke, M Zhang
Environmental Pollution 158 (1), 223-234, 2010
812010
Effects of projected climate change on the hydrology in the Mono Lake Basin, California
DL Ficklin, IT Stewart, EP Maurer
Climatic Change 116 (1), 111-131, 2013
782013
A climatic deconstruction of recent drought trends in the United States
DL Ficklin, JT Maxwell, SL Letsinger, H Gholizadeh
Environmental Research Letters 10 (4), 044009, 2015
652015
Impacts of recent climate change on trends in baseflow and stormflow in United States watersheds
DL Ficklin, SM Robeson, JH Knouft
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (10), 5079-5088, 2016
602016
Impact of climate change on streamflow in the arid Shiyang River Basin of northwest China
Z Wang, DL Ficklin, Y Zhang, M Zhang
Hydrological Processes, 2012
602012
The potential impacts of climate change on biodiversity in flowing freshwater systems
JH Knouft, DL Ficklin
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 48, 111-133, 2017
572017
Impacts and uncertainties of climate change on streamflow of the Johor River Basin, Malaysia using a CMIP5 General Circulation Model ensemble
ML Tan, DL Ficklin, AL Ibrahim, Z Yusop
Journal of Water and Climate Change 5 (4), 676-695, 2014
522014
Sensitivity of groundwater recharge under irrigated agriculture to changes in climate, CO2 concentrations and canopy structure
DL Ficklin, E Luedeling, M Zhang
Agricultural Water Management 97 (7), 1039-1050, 2010
502010
Assessment of three dimensionless measures of model performance
CJ Willmott, SM Robeson, K Matsuura, DL Ficklin
Environmental Modelling & Software 73, 167-174, 2015
482015
SWAT hydrologic model parameter uncertainty and its implications for hydroclimatic projections in snowmelt-dependent watersheds
DL Ficklin, BL Barnhart
Journal of Hydrology 519, 2081-2090, 2014
482014
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