Stephen Burges
Stephen Burges
Professor Emeritus of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Univ. of Washington
Verified email at uw.edu
TitleCited byYear
A simple hydrologically based model of land surface water and energy fluxes for general circulation models
X Liang, DP Lettenmaier, EF Wood, SJ Burges
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 99 (D7), 14415-14428, 1994
29371994
Digital elevation model networks (DEMON): A model of flow over hillslopes for computation of contributing and dispersal areas
MC Costa‐Cabral, SJ Burges
Water resources research 30 (6), 1681-1692, 1994
6071994
REVIVING URBAN STREAMS: LAND USE, HYDROLOGY, BIOLOGY, AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR1
DB Booth, JR Karr, S Schauman, CP Konrad, SA Morley, MG Larson, ...
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 40 (5), 1351-1364, 2004
3322004
Selection, calibration, and testing of hydrologic models
LD James, SJ Burges
Hydrologic modeling of small watersheds 5, 437-472, 1982
3191982
Effect of bias adjustment and rain gauge data quality control on radar rainfall estimation
M Steiner, JA Smith, SJ Burges, CV Alonso, RW Darden
Water Resources Research 35 (8), 2487-2503, 1999
2911999
A framework for classifying and comparing distributed hillslope and catchment hydrologic models
SK Kampf, SJ Burges
Water resources research 43 (5), 2007
1632007
PROBABILISTIC METHODS IN STREAM QUALITY MANAGEMENT1
SJ Burges, DP Lettenmaier
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 11 (1), 115-130, 1975
1611975
Challenges in obtaining reliable measurements of point rainfall
LC Sieck, SJ Burges, M Steiner
Water Resources Research 43 (1), 2007
1452007
Accuracy and uncertainty of thermal-infrared remote sensing of stream temperatures at multiple spatial scales
RN Handcock, AR Gillespie, KA Cherkauer, JE Kay, SJ Burges, SK Kampf
Remote Sensing of Environment 100 (4), 427-440, 2006
1292006
Hydrological effects of land-use change in a zero-order catchment
SJ Burges, MS Wigmosta, JM Meena
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 3 (2), 86-97, 1998
1211998
Effects of urban development in the Puget Lowland, Washington, on interannual streamflow patterns: Consequences for channel form and streambed disturbance
CP Konrad, DB Booth, SJ Burges
Water Resources Research 41 (7), 2005
1162005
An assessment of a conceptual rainfall‐runoff model's ability to represent the dynamics of small hypothetical catchments: 2. Hydrologic responses for normal and extreme rainfall
TY Gan, SJ Burges
Water Resources Research 26 (7), 1605-1619, 1990
1141990
Experiments on dispersion of tracer stones under lower‐regime plane‐bed equilibrium bed load transport
M Wong, G Parker, P DeVries, TM Brown, SJ Burges
Water Resources Research 43 (3), 2007
1012007
Approximate error bounds for simulated hydrographs
DC Garen, SJ Burges
Journal of the Hydraulics Division 107 (11), 1519-1534, 1981
871981
Short‐term, single, multiple‐purpose reservoir operation: Importance of loss functions and forecast errors
B Datta, SJ Burges
Water resources research 20 (9), 1167-1176, 1984
791984
Operational assessment of hydrologic models of long‐term persistence
DP Lettenmaier, SJ Burges
Water Resources Research 13 (1), 113-124, 1977
711977
Optimized flood control in the Columbia River Basin for a global warming scenario
SY Lee, AF Hamlet, CJ Fitzgerald, SJ Burges
Journal of water resources planning and management 135 (6), 440-450, 2009
702009
An adaptive modeling and monitoring approach to describe the hydrologic behavior of small catchments
MS Wigmosta, SJ Burges
Journal of Hydrology 202 (1-4), 48-77, 1997
661997
Assessment of soil-based and calibrated parameters of the Sacramento model and parameter transferability
TY Gan, SJ Burges
Journal of Hydrology 320 (1-2), 117-131, 2006
632006
ACCURACY OF LAKE AND STREAM TEMPERATURES ESTIMATED FROM THERMAL INFRARED IMAGES1
JE Kay, SK Kampf, RN Handcock, KA Cherkauer, AR Gillespie, SJ Burges
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 41 (5), 1161-1175, 2005
612005
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