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Jonathan M Duncan
Jonathan M Duncan
Associate Professor, Penn State University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei psu.edu
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Effects of suburban development on runoff generation in the Croton River basin, New York, USA
D Burns, T Vitvar, J McDonnell, J Hassett, J Duncan, C Kendall
Journal of Hydrology 311 (1-4), 266-281, 2005
3652005
Best management practices for diffuse nutrient pollution: Wicked problems across urban and agricultural watersheds
A Lintern, L McPhillips, B Winfrey, J Duncan, C Grady
Environmental Science & Technology 54 (15), 9159-9174, 2020
1092020
Dynamics of nitrate concentration‐discharge patterns in an urban watershed
JM Duncan, C Welty, JT Kemper, PM Groffman, LE Band
Water Resources Research 53 (8), 7349-7365, 2017
992017
Monitoring the riverine pulse: Applying high‐frequency nitrate data to advance integrative understanding of biogeochemical and hydrological processes
DA Burns, BA Pellerin, MP Miller, PD Capel, AJ Tesoriero, JM Duncan
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 6 (4), e1348, 2019
972019
Towards closing the watershed nitrogen budget: Spatial and temporal scaling of denitrification
JM Duncan, PM Groffman, LE Band
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 118 (3), 1105-1119, 2013
832013
Legacy effects in material flux: structural catchment changes predate long-term studies
DJ Bain, MB Green, JL Campbell, JF Chamblee, S Chaoka, JM Fraterrigo, ...
Bioscience 62 (6), 575-584, 2012
752012
Mechanisms driving the seasonality of catchment scale nitrate export: Evidence for riparian ecohydrologic controls
JM Duncan, LE Band, PM Groffman, ES Bernhardt
Water Resources Research 51 (6), 3982-3997, 2015
682015
Variable nitrate concentration–discharge relationships in a forested watershed
JM Duncan, LE Band, PM Groffman
Hydrological Processes 31 (9), 1817-1824, 2017
572017
Changes in long‐term water quality of Baltimore streams are associated with both gray and green infrastructure
AJ Reisinger, E Woytowitz, E Majcher, EJ Rosi, KT Belt, JM Duncan, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 64 (S1), S60-S76, 2019
362019
Climate variation overwhelms efforts to reduce nitrogen delivery to coastal waters
ND Bettez, JM Duncan, PM Groffman, LE Band, J O’Neil-Dunne, ...
Ecosystems 18, 1319-1331, 2015
362015
A global perspective on phosphorus management decision support in agriculture: Lessons learned and future directions
PJ Drohan, M Bechmann, A Buda, F Djodjic, D Doody, JM Duncan, A Iho, ...
Journal of Environmental Quality 48 (5), 1218-1233, 2019
322019
Ecohydrological flow networks in the subsurface
LE Band, JJ McDonnell, JM Duncan, A Barros, A Bejan, T Burt, ...
Ecohydrology 7 (4), 1073-1078, 2014
292014
Tapping environmental history to recreate America’s colonial hydrology
CL Pastore, MB Green, DJ Bain, A Muñoz-Hernandez, CJ Vörösmarty, ...
Environmental science & technology 44 (23), 8798-8803, 2010
262010
On the controls of preferential flow in soils of different hillslope position and lithological origin
Q Tang, JM Duncan, L Guo, H Lin, D Xiao, DM Eissenstat
Hydrological Processes 34 (22), 4295-4306, 2020
192020
Assessing urban rainfall‐runoff response to stormwater management extent
AJ Miller, C Welty, JM Duncan, ML Baeck, JA Smith
Hydrological Processes 35 (7), e14287, 2021
162021
The Nonpoint Sources and Transport of Baseflow Nitrogen Loading Across a Developed Rural‐Urban Gradient
JM Delesantro, JM Duncan, D Riveros‐Iregui, JR Blaszczak, ...
Water Resources Research 58 (7), e2021WR031533, 2022
112022
Leveraging big data towards functionally-based, catchment scale restoration prioritization
JP Lovette, JM Duncan, LS Smart, JP Fay, LP Olander, DL Urban, N Daly, ...
Environmental management 62, 1007-1024, 2018
82018
A landscape approach to nitrogen cycling in urban lawns reveals the interaction between topography and human behaviors
AK Suchy, PM Groffman, LE Band, JM Duncan, AJ Gold, JM Grove, ...
Biogeochemistry 152 (1), 73-92, 2021
72021
Spatial heterogeneity and temporal stability of baseflow stream chemistry in an urban watershed
C Welty, J Moore, DJ Bain, M Talebpour, JT Kemper, PM Groffman, ...
Water Resources Research 59 (1), e2021WR031804, 2023
62023
With warming, spring streamflow peaks are more coupled with vegetation green‐up than snowmelt in the northeastern United States
M Khodaee, T Hwang, DL Ficklin, JM Duncan
Hydrological Processes 36 (6), e14621, 2022
62022
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