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watershed Earth & Environmental Sciences
suspended sediment Earth & Environmental Sciences
solute Earth & Environmental Sciences
sediment Earth & Environmental Sciences
erosion Earth & Environmental Sciences
land use Earth & Environmental Sciences
timescale Earth & Environmental Sciences
catchment Earth & Environmental Sciences

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Projects 2012 2019

watershed
phosphorus
land use
sediment
watershed
clay
sediment
creek
restoration
Ashes
Wetlands
Carbon

Research Output 2001 2018

Before the storm: antecedent conditions as regulators of hydrologic and biogeochemical response to extreme climate events

McMillan, S. K., Wilson, H. F., Tague, C. L., Hanes, D. M., Inamdar, S., Karwan, D. L., Loecke, T., Morrison, J., Murphy, S. F. & Vidon, P., Jan 1 2018, (Accepted/In press) In : Biogeochemistry.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

antecedent conditions
Watersheds
Ecosystems
Monitoring
climate

Concentration–discharge relationships describe solute and sediment mobilization, reaction, and transport at event and longer timescales

Rose, L. A., Karwan, D. L. & Godsey, S. E., Aug 30 2018, In : Hydrological Processes. 32, 18, p. 2829-2844 16 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

solute
timescale
hysteresis
catchment
sediment mobilisation
1 Citations

Direct Channel Precipitation and Storm Characteristics Influence Short-Term Fallout Radionuclide Assessment of Sediment Source

Karwan, D. L., Pizzuto, J. E., Aalto, R., Marquard, J., Harpold, A., Skalak, K., Benthem, A., Levia, D. F., Siegert, C. M. & Aufdenkampe, A. K., Jan 1 2018, (Accepted/In press) In : Water Resources Research.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

fallout
radionuclide
suspended sediment
watershed
sediment
man-made trails
best management practices
relief
erosion
vegetation
2 Citations

In the path of the Hurricane: impact of Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee on watershed hydrology and biogeochemistry from North Carolina to Maine, USA

Vidon, P., Karwan, D. L., Andres, A. S., Inamdar, S., Kaushal, S., Morrison, J., Mullaney, J., Ross, D. S., Schroth, A. W., Shanley, J. B. & Yoon, B., Feb 2 2018, (Accepted/In press) In : Biogeochemistry. p. 1-14 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

biogeochemistry
hurricane
hydrology
watershed
erosion