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David Chandler
David Chandler
Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Syracuse University
Verified email at syr.edu
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Soil moisture states, lateral flow, and streamflow generation in a semi‐arid, snowmelt‐driven catchment
JP McNamara, D Chandler, M Seyfried, S Achet
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (20), 4023-4038, 2005
3382005
Controls on the temporal and spatial variability of soil moisture in a mountainous landscape: the signature of snow and complex terrain
CJ Williams, JP McNamara, DG Chandler
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 13 (7), 1325-1336, 2009
2322009
Modeling soil depth from topographic and land cover attributes
TK Tesfa, DG Tarboton, DG Chandler, JP McNamara
Water Resources Research 45 (10), 2009
2092009
Aspect influences on soil water retention and storage
IJ Geroy, MM Gribb, HP Marshall, DG Chandler, SG Benner, ...
Hydrological Processes 25 (25), 3836-3842, 2011
2032011
Long‐term snow, climate, and streamflow trends at the Reynolds Creek experimental watershed, Owyhee Mountains, Idaho, United States
A Nayak, D Marks, DG Chandler, M Seyfried
Water resources research 46 (6), 2010
1582010
Wind erosion and fugitive dust fluxes on agricultural lands in the Pacific Northwest
K Saxton, D Chandler, L Stetler, B Lamb, C Claiborn, BH Lee
Transactions of the ASAE 43 (3), 623-640, 2000
1482000
Field calibration of water content reflectometers
DG Chandler, M Seyfried, M Murdock, JP McNamara
Soil Science Society of America Journal 68 (5), 1501-1507, 2004
1182004
Improved interpretation of water content reflectometer measurements in soils
TJ Kelleners, MS Seyfried, JM Blonquist Jr, J Bilskie, DG Chandler
Soil Science Society of America Journal 69 (6), 1684-1690, 2005
992005
Reversibility of forest conversion impacts on water budgets in tropical karst terrain
DG Chandler
Forest Ecology and Management 224 (1-2), 95-103, 2006
862006
Watershed area ratio accurately predicts daily streamflow in nested catchments in the Catskills, New York
CC Gianfagna, CE Johnson, DG Chandler, C Hofmann
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 4, 583-594, 2015
842015
The effect of various soil hydraulic property estimates on soil moisture simulations
MM Gribb, I Forkutsa, A Hansen, DG Chandler, JP McNamara
Vadose Zone Journal 8 (2), 321-331, 2009
822009
Spatial gradients in ecohydrologic properties within a pinyon‐juniper ecosystem
MD Madsen, DG Chandler, J Belnap
Ecohydrology: Ecosystems, Land and Water Process Interactions …, 2008
812008
PM10 emission from agricultural soils on the Columbia Plateau: comparison of dynamic and time-integrated field-scale measurements and entrainment mechanisms
J Kjelgaard, B Sharratt, I Sundram, B Lamb, C Claiborn, K Saxton, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 125 (3-4), 259-277, 2004
802004
Soil water repellency within a burned piņon–juniper woodland: spatial distribution, severity, and ecohydrologic implications
MD Madsen, DL Zvirzdin, SL Petersen, BG Hopkins, BA Roundy, ...
Soil Science Society of America Journal 75 (4), 1543-1553, 2011
742011
Runoff responses among common land uses in the uplands of Matalom, Leyte, Philippines
DG Chandler, MF Walter
Transactions of the ASAE 41 (6), 1635-1641, 1998
731998
Islands of relationality and resilience: The shifting stakes of the Anthropocene
D Chandler, J Pugh
Area 52 (1), 65-72, 2020
712020
Ecohydrological controls on soil moisture and hydraulic conductivity within a pinyon‐juniper woodland
I Lebron, MD Madsen, DG Chandler, DA Robinson, O Wendroth, J Belnap
Water Resources Research 43 (8), 2007
712007
Automation and use of mini disk infiltrometers
MD Madsen, DG Chandler
Soil Science Society of America Journal 71 (5), 1469-1472, 2007
572007
Localized changes in heat wave properties across the United States
J Shafiei Shiva, DG Chandler, KE Kunkel
Earth's Future 7 (3), 300-319, 2019
562019
Evidence for direct suspension of loessial soils on the Columbia Plateau
JF Kjelgaard, DG Chandler, KE Saxton
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 29 (2), 221-236, 2004
562004
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