Andrew Gronewold
Andrew Gronewold
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Coasts, water levels, and climate change: A Great Lakes perspective
AD Gronewold, V Fortin, B Lofgren, A Clites, CA Stow, F Quinn
Climatic Change 120 (4), 697-711, 2013
1112013
Using a Bayesian hierarchical model to improve Lake Erie cyanobacteria bloom forecasts
DR Obenour, AD Gronewold, CA Stow, D Scavia
Water Resources Research 50 (10), 7847-7860, 2014
1042014
Modeling the relationship between most probable number (MPN) and colony-forming unit (CFU) estimates of fecal coliform concentration
AD Gronewold, RL Wolpert
Water research 42 (13), 3327-3334, 2008
1002008
Water loss from the Great Lakes
AD Gronewold, CA Stow
Science 343 (6175), 1084-1085, 2014
782014
Probabilistically assessing the role of nutrient loading in harmful algal bloom formation in western Lake Erie
I Bertani, DR Obenour, CE Steger, CA Stow, AD Gronewold, D Scavia
Journal of Great Lakes Research 42 (6), 1184-1192, 2016
542016
Fine-scale spatial variation in ice cover and surface temperature trends across the surface of the Laurentian Great Lakes
LA Mason, CM Riseng, AD Gronewold, ES Rutherford, J Wang, A Clites, ...
Climatic Change 138 (1-2), 71-83, 2016
522016
An appraisal of the Great Lakes advanced hydrologic prediction system
AD Gronewold, AH Clites, TS Hunter, CA Stow
Journal of Great Lakes Research 37 (3), 577-583, 2011
472011
Calibrating and validating bacterial water quality models: A Bayesian approach
AD Gronewold, SS Qian, RL Wolpert, KH Reckhow
Water Research 43 (10), 2688-2698, 2009
432009
Improving historical precipitation estimates over the Lake Superior basin
KD Holman, A Gronewold, M Notaro, A Zarrin
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (3), 2012
412012
An assessment of fecal indicator bacteria-based water quality standards
AD Gronewold, ME Borsuk, RL Wolpert, KH Reckhow
Environmental science & technology 42 (13), 4676-4682, 2008
412008
A dynamic graphical interface for visualizing projected, measured, and reconstructed surface water elevations on the earth's largest lakes
AD Gronewold, AH Clites, JP Smith, TS Hunter
Environmental modelling & software 49, 34-39, 2013
402013
Identifying streamgage networks for maximizing the effectiveness of regional water balance modeling
LM Fry, TS Hunter, MS Phanikumar, V Fortin, AD Gronewold
Water Resources Research 49 (5), 2689-2700, 2013
332013
Cold water and high ice cover on Great Lakes in spring 2014
AH Clites, J Wang, KB Campbell, AD Gronewold, RA Assel, X Bai, ...
Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 95 (34), 305-306, 2014
302014
Development and application of a North American Great Lakes hydrometeorological database—Part I: Precipitation, evaporation, runoff, and air temperature
TS Hunter, AH Clites, KB Campbell, AD Gronewold
Journal of Great Lakes Research 41 (1), 65-77, 2015
272015
Advancing Great Lakes hydrological science through targeted binational collaborative research
AD Gronewold, V Fortin
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 93 (12), 1921-1925, 2012
272012
Hydrological drivers of record‐setting water level rise on Earth's largest lake system
AD Gronewold, J Bruxer, D Durnford, JP Smith, AH Clites, F Seglenieks, ...
Water Resources Research 52 (5), 4026-4042, 2016
262016
Impacts of extreme 2013–2014 winter conditions on Lake Michigan's fall heat content, surface temperature, and evaporation
AD Gronewold, EJ Anderson, B Lofgren, PD Blanken, J Wang, J Smith, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (9), 3364-3370, 2015
262015
Unprecedented seasonal water level dynamics on one of the Earth's largest lakes
AD Gronewold, CA Stow
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 95 (1), 15-17, 2014
232014
The great lakes runoff intercomparison project phase 1: Lake Michigan (GRIP-M)
LM Fry, AD Gronewold, V Fortin, S Buan, AH Clites, C Luukkonen, ...
Journal of Hydrology 519, 3448-3465, 2014
222014
The compartment bag test (CBT) for enumerating fecal indicator bacteria: basis for design and interpretation of results
AD Gronewold, MD Sobsey, L McMahan
Science of the Total Environment 587, 102-107, 2017
212017
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