Dylan Irvine
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Heterogeneous or homogeneous? Implications of simplifying heterogeneous streambeds in models of losing streams
DJ Irvine, P Brunner, HJH Franssen, CT Simmons
Journal of Hydrology 424, 16-23, 2012
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
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
The effect of streambed heterogeneity on groundwater‐surface water exchange fluxes inferred from temperature time series
DJ Irvine, RH Cranswick, CT Simmons, MA Shanafield, LK Lautz
Water Resources Research 51 (1), 198-212, 2015
Theory, tools, and multidisciplinary applications for tracing groundwater fluxes from temperature profiles
BL Kurylyk, DJ Irvine, VF Bense
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 6 (1), e1329, 2019
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
Heat as a groundwater tracer in shallow and deep heterogeneous media: Analytical solution, spreadsheet tool, and field applications
BL Kurylyk, DJ Irvine, SK Carey, MA Briggs, DD Werkema, M Bonham
Hydrological processes 31 (14), 2648-2661, 2017
Heat and solute tracers: How do they compare in heterogeneous aquifers?
DJ Irvine, CT Simmons, AD Werner, T Graf
Groundwater 53 (S1), 10-20, 2015
Estimating the spatial extent of unsaturated zones in heterogeneous river‐aquifer systems
OS Schilling, DJ Irvine, HJ Hendricks Franssen, P Brunner
Water Resources Research 53 (12), 10583-10602, 2017
Adaptive management in groundwater planning and development: A review of theory and applications
JA Thomann, AD Werner, DJ Irvine, MJ Currell
Journal of Hydrology 586, 124871, 2020
Uncertainties in vertical groundwater fluxes from 1‐D steady state heat transport analyses caused by heterogeneity, multidimensional flow, and climate change
DJ Irvine, I Cartwright, VEA Post, CT Simmons, EW Banks
Water Resources Research 52 (2), 813-826, 2016
Groundwater flow estimation using temperature-depth profiles in a complex environment and a changing climate
DJ Irvine, BL Kurylyk, I Cartwright, M Bonham, VEA Post, EW Banks, ...
Science of the Total Environment 574, 272-281, 2017
Analytical solution and computer program (FAST) to estimate fluid fluxes from subsurface temperature profiles
BL Kurylyk, DJ Irvine
Water Resources Research 52 (2), 725-733, 2016
When can inverted water tables occur beneath streams?
Y Xie, PG Cook, P Brunner, DJ Irvine, CT Simmons
Groundwater 52 (5), 769-774, 2014
Assessing the controls and uncertainties on mean transit times in contrasting headwater catchments
I Cartwright, D Irvine, C Burton, U Morgenstern
Journal of Hydrology 557, 16-29, 2018
High resolution mapping of hyporheic fluxes using streambed temperatures: Recommendations and limitations
DJ Irvine, LK Lautz
Journal of Hydrology 524, 137-146, 2015
Heat-based hyporheic flux calculations in heterogeneous salmon spawning gravels
C Birkel, C Soulsby, DJ Irvine, I Malcolm, LK Lautz, D Tetzlaff
Aquatic sciences 78, 203-213, 2016
Using heat to trace vertical water fluxes in sediment experiencing concurrent tidal pumping and groundwater discharge
NK LeRoux, BL Kurylyk, MA Briggs, DJ Irvine, JJ Tamborski, VF Bense
Water Resources Research 57 (2), e2020WR027904, 2021
Heat: An overlooked tool in the practicing hydrogeologist's toolbox
BL Kurylyk, DJ Irvine
Groundwater, 2019
The spatial extent and timescales of bank infiltration and return flows in an upland river system: Implications for water quality and volumes
I Cartwright, D Irvine
Science of the Total Environment 743, 140748, 2020
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