Ryan Niemeyer
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Understanding spatiotemporal lags in ecosystem services to improve incentives
AK Fremier, FAJ DeClerck, NA Bosque-Pérez, NE Carmona, R Hill, ...
BioScience 63 (6), 472-482, 2013
732013
Woody vegetation increases saturated hydraulic conductivity in dry tropical Nicaragua
RJ Niemeyer, AK Fremier, R Heinse, W Chávez, FAJ DeClerck
Vadose Zone Journal 13 (1), 2014
242014
A thermally stratified reservoir module for large‐scale distributed stream temperature models with application in the Tennessee River Basin
RJ Niemeyer, Y Cheng, Y Mao, JR Yearsley, B Nijssen
Water Resources Research 54 (10), 8103-8119, 2018
192018
Indicators of climate change in Idaho: an assessment framework for coupling biophysical change and social perception
PZ Klos, JT Abatzoglou, A Bean, J Blades, MA Clark, M Dodd, TE Hall, ...
Weather, Climate, and Society 7 (3), 238-254, 2015
162015
Surface water input from snowmelt and rain throughfall in western juniper: potential impacts of climate change and shifts in semi‐arid vegetation
RJ Niemeyer, TE Link, MS Seyfried, GN Flerchinger
Hydrological Processes 30 (17), 3046-3060, 2016
122016
A social-ecological impact assessment for public lands management: application of a conceptual and methodological framework
ALB Brymer, JD Holbrook, RJ Niemeyer, AA Suazo, JD Wulfhorst, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (3), 2016
82016
Long‐term hydrologic recovery after wildfire and post‐fire forest management in the interior Pacific Northwest
RJ Niemeyer, KD Bladon, RD Woodsmith
Hydrological Processes 34 (5), 1182-1197, 2020
52020
Spatiotemporal soil and saprolite moisture dynamics across a semi-arid woody plant gradient
RJ Niemeyer, R Heinse, TE Link, MS Seyfried, PZ Klos, CJ Williams, ...
Journal of Hydrology 544, 21-35, 2017
52017
Climate moderates potential shifts in streamflow from changes in pinyon‐juniper woodland cover across the western US
RJ Niemeyer, TE Link, R Heinse, MS Seyfried
Hydrological Processes 31 (20), 3489-3503, 2017
22017
Climate change impacts on river temperature in the southeastern United States: a case study of the Tennessee River basin
Y Cheng, RJ Niemeyer, Y Mao, JR Yearsley, B Nijssen
AGUFM 2016, H33C-1545, 2016
12016
Does Vegetation Matter?: Measuring Effects of Vegetation on Water Movement in Soils in Dry Tropical Nicaragua
RJ Niemeyer
University of Idaho, 2011
12011
Wildfire Effects on Water Resources, Landscapes, and Ecosystems I
N Oakley, BP Murphy, AM Kinoshita, KD Bladon, FK Rengers, ...
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
2019
The Entiat Experimental Forest: Evaluating Short and Long-term Impacts of Wildfire on Water Quality and Quantity and Forest Ecology
RD Woodsmith, RJ Niemeyer, KD Bladon, DW Peterson
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
2019
Science Communication at Multiple Scales eLightning
K Kelsey, RJ Niemeyer, RW Vachon, J Watkins
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
2019
The Entiat Experimental Forest: Evaluating Short and Long-term Impacts of Wildfire on Water Quality and Quantity and Forest Ecology
RJ Niemeyer, RD Woodsmith, KD Bladon, DW Peterson
AGUFM 2019, PA13B-1005, 2019
2019
Scaling Up Communication about Climate Change with Conservatives Through Trusted Scientists
R Niemeyer
AGUFM 2019, PA14C-18, 2019
2019
Forest Restoration, Streamflow, and Stakeholder Engagement: Integrating Forest Owner & Manager Input with Hydro-Ecological Simulations
R Niemeyer, C Tague, JC Adam, W Burke, AB Perleberg, C Schnepf
AGUFM 2019, H43K-2173, 2019
2019
Discussion about research collaboration with 4 scientists about watershed biogeochemistry
RJ Niemeyer
AGU Fall Meeting 2018, 2018
2018
Forest thinning in dry forests: improving the resilience of forest health and streamflow in the Pacific Northwest
RJ Niemeyer, C Tague, JC Adam, C Schnepf, AB Perleberg, TT Nguyen
AGUFM 2018, PA11K-0858, 2018
2018
A thermally-stratified reservoir module for large scale stream temperature model with implementation in the Tennessee River Basin
Y Cheng, RJ Niemeyer, Y Mao, JR Yearsley, N Voisin, B Nijssen
AGUFM 2018, U12B-11, 2018
2018
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