Michelle A. Walvoord
Michelle A. Walvoord
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Increased groundwater to stream discharge from permafrost thawing in the Yukon River basin: Potential impacts on lateral export of carbon and nitrogen
MA Walvoord, RG Striegl
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (12), 2007
4572007
A reservoir of nitrate beneath desert soils
MA Walvoord, FM Phillips, DA Stonestrom, RD Evans, PC Hartsough, ...
Science 302 (5647), 1021-1024, 2003
3552003
Hydrologic impacts of thawing permafrost—A review
MA Walvoord, BL Kurylyk
Vadose Zone Journal 15 (6), 2016
3282016
Implications of projected climate change for groundwater recharge in the western United States
T Meixner, AH Manning, DA Stonestrom, DM Allen, H Ajami, KW Blasch, ...
Journal of Hydrology 534, 124-138, 2016
2242016
Ecohydrological control of deep drainage in arid and semiarid regions
MS Seyfried, S Schwinning, MA Walvoord, WT Pockman, BD Newman, ...
Ecology 86 (2), 277-287, 2005
2102005
Influence of permafrost distribution on groundwater flow in the context of climate‐driven permafrost thaw: Example from Yukon Flats Basin, Alaska, United States
MA Walvoord, CI Voss, TP Wellman
Water Resources Research 48 (7), 2012
1812012
Widespread natural perchlorate in unsaturated zones of the southwest United States
B Rao, TA Anderson, GJ Orris, KA Rainwater, S Rajagopalan, ...
Environmental science & technology 41 (13), 4522-4528, 2007
1742007
Polar regions
M Meredith, M Sommerkorn, S Cassota, C Derksen, A Ekaykin, ...
1452019
Trends in streamflow in the Yukon River Basin from 1944 to 2005 and the influence of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation
TP Brabets, MA Walvoord
Journal of Hydrology 371 (1-4), 108-119, 2009
1382009
Deep arid system hydrodynamics 1. Equilibrium states and response times in thick desert vadose zones
MA Walvoord, MA Plummer, FM Phillips, AV Wolfsberg
Water Resources Research 38 (12), 44-1-44-15, 2002
1372002
Airborne electromagnetic imaging of discontinuous permafrost
BJ Minsley, JD Abraham, BD Smith, JC Cannia, CI Voss, MT Jorgenson, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (2), 2012
1162012
Dissolved organic matter composition of winter flow in the Yukon River basin: Implications of permafrost thaw and increased groundwater discharge
JA O'Donnell, GR Aiken, MA Walvoord, KD Butler
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 26 (4), 2012
902012
Linkages between lake shrinkage/expansion and sublacustrine permafrost distribution determined from remote sensing of interior Alaska, USA
SM Jepsen, CI Voss, MA Walvoord, BJ Minsley, J Rover
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (5), 882-887, 2013
762013
Impacts of climate, lake size, and supra-and sub-permafrost groundwater flow on lake-talik evolution, Yukon Flats, Alaska (USA)
TP Wellman, CI Voss, MA Walvoord
Hydrogeology journal 21 (1), 281-298, 2013
732013
Deep arid system hydrodynamics 2. Application to paleohydrologic reconstruction using vadose zone profiles from the northern Mojave Desert
MA Walvoord, FM Phillips, SW Tyler, PC Hartsough
Water resources research 38 (12), 27-1-27-12, 2002
722002
On the in situ aqueous alteration of soils on Mars
R Amundson, S Ewing, W Dietrich, B Sutter, J Owen, O Chadwick, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72 (15), 3845-3864, 2008
552008
A 14.6 kyr record of nitrogen flux from desert soil profiles as inferred from vadose zone pore waters
P Hartsough, SW Tyler, J Sterling, M Walvoord
Geophysical Research Letters 28 (15), 2955-2958, 2001
552001
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
522014
CO2 dynamics in the Amargosa Desert: Fluxes and isotopic speciation in a deep unsaturated zone
MA Walvoord, RG Striegl, DE Prudic, DA Stonestrom
Water resources research 41 (2), 2005
512005
Constraining the inferred paleohydrologic evolution of a deep unsaturated zone in the Amargosa Desert
MA Walvoord, DA Stonestrom, BJ Andraski, RG Striegl
Vadose Zone Journal 3 (2), 502-512, 2004
492004
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