Megan A. Rippy
Megan A. Rippy
Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech
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Principles for urban stormwater management to protect stream ecosystems
CJ Walsh, DB Booth, MJ Burns, TD Fletcher, RL Hale, LN Hoang, ...
Freshwater Science 35 (1), 398-411, 2016
From rain tanks to catchments: use of low-impact development to address hydrologic symptoms of the urban stream syndrome
A Askarizadeh, MA Rippy, TD Fletcher, DL Feldman, J Peng, P Bowler, ...
Environmental science & technology 49 (19), 11264-11280, 2015
Pesticide occurrence and spatio-temporal variability in urban run-off across Australia
MA Rippy, A Deletic, J Black, R Aryal, JL Lampard, JYM Tang, ...
Water research 115, 245-255, 2017
Factoring stream turbulence into global assessments of nitrogen pollution
SB Grant, M Azizian, P Cook, F Boano, MA Rippy
Science 359 (6381), 1266-1269, 2018
Meeting the criteria: linking biofilter design to fecal indicator bacteria removal
MA Rippy
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 2 (5), 577-592, 2015
Ambient groundwater flow diminishes nitrate processing in the hyporheic zone of streams
M Azizian, F Boano, PLM Cook, RL Detwiler, MA Rippy, SB Grant
Water Resources Research 53 (5), 3941-3967, 2017
Indicator and pathogen removal by low impact development best management practices
J Peng, Y Cao, MA Rippy, ARM Afrooz, SB Grant
Water 8 (12), 600, 2016
Physical dynamics controlling variability in nearshore fecal pollution: Fecal indicator bacteria as passive particles
MA Rippy, PJS Franks, F Feddersen, RT Guza, DF Moore
Marine pollution bulletin 66 (1-2), 151-157, 2013
Bedforms as biocatalytic filters: A pumping and streamline segregation model for nitrate removal in permeable sediments
M Azizian, SB Grant, AJ Kessler, PLM Cook, MA Rippy, MJ Stewardson
Environmental science & technology 49 (18), 10993-11002, 2015
Factors controlling variability in nearshore fecal pollution: The effects of mortality
MA Rippy, PJS Franks, F Feddersen, RT Guza, DF Moore
Marine pollution bulletin 66 (1-2), 191-198, 2013
Soil invertebrates in Australian rain gardens and their potential roles in storage and processing of nitrogen
AS Mehring, BE Hatt, D Kraikittikun, BD Orelo, MA Rippy, SB Grant, ...
Ecological Engineering 97, 138-143, 2016
Deconstructing demand: the anthropogenic and climatic drivers of urban water consumption
A Hemati, MA Rippy, SB Grant, K Davis, D Feldman
Environmental science & technology 50 (23), 12557-12566, 2016
Beach nourishment impacts on bacteriological water quality and phytoplankton bloom dynamics
MA Rippy, PJS Franks, F Feddersen, RT Guza, JA Warrick
Environmental science & technology 47 (12), 6146-6154, 2013
Small drains, big problems: The impact of dry weather runoff on shoreline water quality at enclosed beaches
MA Rippy, R Stein, BF Sanders, K Davis, K McLaughlin, JF Skinner, ...
Environmental science & technology 48 (24), 14168-14177, 2014
Shifts in dissolved organic matter and microbial community composition are associated with enhanced removal of fecal pollutants in urban stormwater wetlands
X Huang, MA Rippy, AS Mehring, BK Winfrey, SC Jiang, SB Grant
Water research 137, 310-323, 2018
Predictive Power of Clean Bed Filtration Theory for Fecal Indicator Bacteria Removal in Stormwater Biofilters
EA Parker, MA Rippy, AS Mehring, BK Winfrey, RF Ambrose, LA Levin, ...
Environmental science & technology 51 (10), 5703-5712, 2017
Microlayer enrichment in natural treatment systems: linking the surface microlayer to urban water quality
MA Rippy, LM Weiden, WJ Cooper, A Deletic, SB Grant
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 3 (2), 269-281, 2016
From yards to cities: a simple and generalizable probabilistic framework for upscaling outdoor water conservation behavior
SB Grant, K Duong, MA Rippy, G Pierce, D Feldman, E Zanetti, A McNulty
Environmental Research Letters 15 (5), 054010, 2020
Social diffusion of water conservation: a study of residential turf rebate programs in Orange County, California
K Duong, SB Grant, M Rippy, D Feldman
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2017, H31O-05, 2017
The Ecological Implications of a San Diego Beach Nourishment: Nutrients, Phytoplankton, and Fecal Indicator Bacteria
MA Rippy, JA Warrick, RT Guza, PJ Franks
Proceedings from the 2010 AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, 2010
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