Bridget Scanlon
Bridget Scanlon
Senior Research Scientist, University of Texas at Austin
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei beg.utexas.edu
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Choosing appropriate techniques for quantifying groundwater recharge
BR Scanlon, RW Healy, PG Cook
Hydrogeology journal 10 (1), 18-39, 2002
15132002
Ground water and climate change
RG Taylor, B Scanlon, P Döll, M Rodell, R Van Beek, Y Wada, ...
Nature climate change 3 (4), 322-329, 2013
8462013
Global synthesis of groundwater recharge in semiarid and arid regions
BR Scanlon, KE Keese, AL Flint, LE Flint, CB Gaye, WM Edmunds, ...
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 20 (15), 3335-3370, 2006
7712006
Groundwater depletion and sustainability of irrigation in the US High Plains and Central Valley
BR Scanlon, CC Faunt, L Longuevergne, RC Reedy, WM Alley, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 109 (24), 9320-9325, 2012
6102012
Global impacts of conversions from natural to agricultural ecosystems on water resources: Quantity versus quality
BR Scanlon, I Jolly, M Sophocleous, L Zhang
Water resources research 43 (3), 2007
5252007
Impact of land use and land cover change on groundwater recharge and quality in the southwestern US
BR Scanlon, RC Reedy, DA Stonestrom, DE Prudic, KF Dennehy
Global Change Biology 11 (10), 1577-1593, 2005
4882005
Water use for shale-gas production in Texas, US
JP Nicot, BR Scanlon
Environmental science & technology 46 (6), 3580-3586, 2012
4392012
Ecohydrology of water‐limited environments: A scientific vision
BD Newman, BP Wilcox, SR Archer, DD Breshears, CN Dahm, CJ Duffy, ...
Water resources research 42 (6), 2006
4352006
Can we simulate regional groundwater flow in a karst system using equivalent porous media models? Case study, Barton Springs Edwards aquifer, USA
BR Scanlon, RE Mace, ME Barrett, B Smith
Journal of hydrology 276 (1-4), 137-158, 2003
3502003
Numerical analysis of coupled water, vapor, and heat transport in the vadose zone
H Saito, J Šimůnek, BP Mohanty
Vadose Zone Journal 5 (2), 784-800, 2006
3202006
Impact of water withdrawals from groundwater and surface water on continental water storage variations
P Döll, H Hoffmann-Dobrev, FT Portmann, S Siebert, A Eicker, M Rodell, ...
Journal of Geodynamics 59, 143-156, 2012
3062012
Evaluation of moisture flux from chloride data in desert soils
BR Scanlon
Journal of Hydrology 128 (1-4), 137-156, 1991
2081991
GRACE Hydrological estimates for small basins: Evaluating processing approaches on the High Plains Aquifer, USA
L Longuevergne, BR Scanlon, CR Wilson
Water Resources Research 46 (11), 2010
2072010
GRACE satellite monitoring of large depletion in water storage in response to the 2011 drought in Texas
D Long, BR Scanlon, L Longuevergne, AY Sun, DN Fernando, H Save
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (13), 3395-3401, 2013
2002013
Uncertainty in evapotranspiration from land surface modeling, remote sensing, and GRACE satellites
D Long, L Longuevergne, BR Scanlon
Water Resources Research 50 (2), 1131-1151, 2014
1982014
Field study of spatial variability in unsaturated flow beneath and adjacent to playas
BR Scanlon, RS Goldsmith
Water Resources Research 33 (10), 2239-2252, 1997
1811997
Intercode comparisons for simulating water balance of surficial sediments in semiarid regions
BR Scanlon, M Christman, RC Reedy, I Porro, J Simunek, GN Flerchinger
Water Resources Research 38 (12), 59-1-59-16, 2002
1802002
Ground referencing GRACE satellite estimates of groundwater storage changes in the California Central Valley, USA
BR Scanlon, L Longuevergne, D Long
Water Resources Research 48 (4), 2012
1792012
Variations in flow and transport in thick desert vadose zones in response to paleoclimatic forcing (0–90 kyr): Field measurements, modeling, and uncertainties
BR Scanlon, K Keese, RC Reedy, J Simunek, BJ Andraski
Water Resources Research 39 (7), 2003
1692003
Ecological controls on water-cycle response to climate variability in deserts
BR Scanlon, DG Levitt, RC Reedy, KE Keese, MJ Sully
Proceedings of the National academy of Sciences 102 (17), 6033-6038, 2005
1662005
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