Christopher Duffy
Christopher Duffy
Professor Engineering
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Ecohydrology of water‐limited environments: A scientific vision
BD Newman, BP Wilcox, SR Archer, DD Breshears, CN Dahm, CJ Duffy, ...
Water resources research 42 (6), 2006
4892006
An agenda for land surface hydrology research and a call for the second international hydrological decade
D Entekhabi, GR Asrar, AK Betts, KJ Beven, RL Bras, CJ Duffy, T Dunne, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 80 (10), 2043-2058, 1999
3081999
A semidiscrete finite volume formulation for multiprocess watershed simulation
Y Qu, CJ Duffy
Water Resources Research 43 (8), 2007
3012007
Simulating the river-basin response to atmospheric forcing by linking a mesoscale meteorological model and hydrologic model system
Z Yu, MN Lakhtakia, B Yarnal, RA White, DA Miller, B Frakes, EJ Barron, ...
Journal of Hydrology 218 (1-2), 72-91, 1999
1641999
Groundwater circulation in a closed desert basin: topographic scaling and climatic forcing
CJ Duffy, S Al‐Hassan
Water Resources Research 24 (10), 1675-1688, 1988
1601988
Critical Zone Observatories: Building a network to advance interdisciplinary study of Earth surface processes
SP Anderson, RC Bales, CJ Duffy
Mineralogical Magazine 72 (1), 7-10, 2008
1382008
A two‐state integral‐balance model for soil moisture and groundwater dynamics in complex terrain
CJ Duffy
Water resources research 32 (8), 2421-2434, 1996
1281996
Soil carbon, multiple benefits
E Milne, SA Banwart, E Noellemeyer, DJ Abson, C Ballabio, F Bampa, ...
Environmental Development 13, 33-38, 2015
109*2015
A modified invasion percolation model for low‐capillary number immiscible displacements in horizontal rough‐walled fractures: Influence of local in‐plane curvature
RJ Glass, MJ Nicholl, L Yarrington
Water Resources Research 34 (12), 3215-3234, 1998
1081998
A second‐order accurate, finite volume–based, integrated hydrologic modeling (FIHM) framework for simulation of surface and subsurface flow
M Kumar, CJ Duffy, KM Salvage
Vadose Zone Journal 8 (4), 873-890, 2009
1052009
Fully coupled approach to modeling shallow water flow, sediment transport, and bed evolution in rivers
S Li, CJ Duffy
Water Resources Research 47 (3), 2011
1042011
A tightly coupled GIS and distributed hydrologic modeling framework
G Bhatt, M Kumar, CJ Duffy
Environmental modelling & software 62, 70-84, 2014
1032014
Most computational hydrology is not reproducible, so is it really science?
C Hutton, T Wagener, J Freer, D Han, C Duffy, B Arheimer
Water Resources Research 52 (10), 7548-7555, 2016
1022016
Evaluation of distributed hydrologic impacts of temperature-index and energy-based snow models
M Kumar, D Marks, J Dozier, M Reba, A Winstral
Advances in Water Resources 56, 77-89, 2013
982013
Characterization of deep weathering and nanoporosity development in shale—A neutron study
L Jin, G Rother, DR Cole, DFR Mildner, CJ Duffy, SL Brantley
American Mineralogist 96 (4), 498-512, 2011
982011
Hydrological aspects of weather prediction and flood warnings: Report of the Ninth Prospectus Development Team of the US Weather Research Program
KK Droegemeier, JD Smith, S Businger, C Doswell III, J Doyle, C Duffy, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 81 (11), 2665-2680, 2000
902000
Soil processes and functions in critical zone observatories: hypotheses and experimental design
S Banwart, SM Bernasconi, J Bloem, W Blum, M Brandao, S Brantley, ...
Vadose Zone Journal 10 (3), 974-987, 2011
87*2011
Density-driven groundwater flow in closed desert basins: field investigations and numerical experiments
Y Fan, CJ Duffy, DS Oliver Jr
Journal of Hydrology 196 (1-4), 139-184, 1997
861997
Development of a coupled land surface hydrologic model and evaluation at a critical zone observatory
Y Shi, KJ Davis, CJ Duffy, X Yu
Journal of Hydrometeorology 14 (5), 1401-1420, 2013
842013
A frequency domain approach to water quality modeling in groundwater: Theory
CJ Duffy, LW Gelhar
Water Resources Research 21 (8), 1175-1184, 1985
841985
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