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Martin A. Briggs
Martin A. Briggs
US Geological Survey, Hydrologic Remote Sensing Branch
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Using high‐resolution distributed temperature sensing to quantify spatial and temporal variability in vertical hyporheic flux
MA Briggs, LK Lautz, JM McKenzie, RP Gordon, DK Hare
Water Resources Research 48 (2), 2012
2192012
Automated calculation of vertical pore-water flux from field temperature time series using the VFLUX method and computer program
RP Gordon, LK Lautz, MA Briggs, JM McKenzie
Journal of Hydrology 420, 142-158, 2012
2172012
A method for estimating surface transient storage parameters for streams with concurrent hyporheic storage
MA Briggs, MN Gooseff, CD Arp, MA Baker
Water Resources Research 45 (4), 2009
1512009
A physical explanation for the development of redox microzones in hyporheic flow
MA Briggs, FD Day‐Lewis, JP Zarnetske, JW Harvey
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (11), 4402-4410, 2015
1462015
A comparison of fibre‐optic distributed temperature sensing to traditional methods of evaluating groundwater inflow to streams
MA Briggs, LK Lautz, JM McKenzie
Hydrological Processes 26 (9), 1277-1290, 2012
1262012
A comparison of thermal infrared to fiber-optic distributed temperature sensing for evaluation of groundwater discharge to surface water
DK Hare, MA Briggs, DO Rosenberry, DF Boutt, JW Lane
Journal of Hydrology 530, 153-166, 2015
1082015
Residence time control on hot moments of net nitrate production and uptake in the hyporheic zone
MA Briggs, LK Lautz, DK Hare
Hydrological Processes 28 (11), 3741-3751, 2014
982014
Experimental evaluation of the applicability of phase, amplitude, and combined methods to determine water flux and thermal diffusivity from temperature time series using VFLUX 2
DJ Irvine, LK Lautz, MA Briggs, RP Gordon, JM McKenzie
Journal of Hydrology 531, 728-737, 2015
922015
Practical limitations on the use of diurnal temperature signals to quantify groundwater upwelling
MA Briggs, LK Lautz, SF Buckley, JW Lane
Journal of Hydrology 519, 1739-1751, 2014
912014
Separation of river network–scale nitrogen removal among the main channel and two transient storage compartments
RJ Stewart, WM Wollheim, MN Gooseff, MA Briggs, JM Jacobs, ...
Water Resources Research 47 (10), 2011
902011
Relating hyporheic fluxes, residence times, and redox-sensitive biogeochemical processes upstream of beaver dams
MA Briggs, LK Lautz, DK Hare, R González-Pinzon
Freshwater Science 32 (2), 622-641, 2013
872013
Using diurnal temperature signals to infer vertical groundwater‐surface water exchange
DJ Irvine, MA Briggs, LK Lautz, RP Gordon, JM McKenzie, I Cartwright
Groundwater 55 (1), 10-26, 2017
732017
Combined use of thermal methods and seepage meters to efficiently locate, quantify, and monitor focused groundwater discharge to a sand‐bed stream
DO Rosenberry, MA Briggs, G Delin, DK Hare
Water Resources Research 52 (6), 4486-4503, 2016
692016
New permafrost is forming around shrinking Arctic lakes, but will it last?
MA Briggs, MA Walvoord, JM McKenzie, CI Voss, FD Day‐Lewis, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (5), 1585-1592, 2014
632014
Understanding water column and streambed thermal refugia for endangered mussels in the Delaware River
MA Briggs, EB Voytek, FD Day-Lewis, DO Rosenberry, JW Lane
Environmental science & technology 47 (20), 11423-11431, 2013
602013
Surface and hyporheic transient storage dynamics throughout a coastal stream network
MA Briggs, MN Gooseff, BJ Peterson, K Morkeski, WM Wollheim, ...
Water Resources Research 46 (6), 2010
602010
1DTempPro V2: New features for inferring groundwater/surface‐water exchange
FW Koch, EB Voytek, FD Day‐Lewis, R Healy, MA Briggs, JW Lane Jr, ...
Groundwater 54 (3), 434-439, 2016
482016
Inferring watershed hydraulics and cold-water habitat persistence using multi-year air and stream temperature signals
MA Briggs, ZC Johnson, CD Snyder, NP Hitt, BL Kurylyk, L Lautz, ...
Science of the Total Environment 636, 1117-1127, 2018
452018
Actively heated high‐resolution fiber‐optic‐distributed temperature sensing to quantify streambed flow dynamics in zones of strong groundwater upwelling
MA Briggs, SF Buckley, AC Bagtzoglou, DD Werkema, JW Lane Jr
Water Resources Research 52 (7), 5179-5194, 2016
432016
Explicit consideration of preferential groundwater discharges as surface water ecosystem control points
MA Briggs, DK Hare
Hydrol. Process 32 (15), 2435-2440, 2018
392018
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