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David Kaplan
David Kaplan
Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure & Environment, University of Florida
E-mail megerősítve itt: ufl.edu - Kezdőlap
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The changing hydrology of a dammed Amazon
K Timpe, D Kaplan
Science Advances 3 (11), e1700611, 2017
2472017
Restore or retreat? Saltwater intrusion and water management in coastal wetlands
E White, D Kaplan
Ecosystem Health and Sustainability 3 (1), e01258, 2017
1972017
A significant nexus: Geographically isolated wetlands influence landscape hydrology
DL McLaughlin, DA Kaplan, MJ Cohen
Water Resources Research 50 (9), 7153-7166, 2014
1362014
Managing forests for increased regional water yield in the southeastern US Coastal Plain
DL McLaughlin, DA Kaplan, MJ Cohen
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 49 (4), 953-965, 2013
872013
The invisibility of fisheries in the process of hydropower development across the Amazon
CRC Doria, S Athayde, EE Marques, MAL Lima, J Dutka-Gianelli, ...
Ambio 47 (4), 453-465, 2018
792018
Revealing biotic and abiotic controls of harmful algal blooms in a shallow subtropical lake through statistical machine learning
NG Nelson, R Muñoz-Carpena, EJ Phlips, D Kaplan, P Sucsy, ...
Environmental science & technology 52 (6), 3527-3535, 2018
702018
Temperature thresholds for black mangrove (Avicennia germinans) freeze damage, mortality and recovery in North America: Refining tipping points for range …
MJ Osland, RH Day, CT Hall, LC Feher, AR Armitage, J Cebrian, ...
Journal of Ecology 108 (2), 654-665, 2020
672020
Mapping research on hydropower and sustainability in the Brazilian Amazon: advances, gaps in knowledge and future directions
S Athayde, M Mathews, S Bohlman, W Brasil, CRC Doria, J Dutka-Gianelli, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 37, 50-69, 2019
612019
Beyond precipitation: Physiographic gradients dictate the relative importance of environmental drivers on savanna vegetation
MA Campo-Bescos, R Munoz-Carpena, DA Kaplan, J Southworth, L Zhu, ...
PloS one 8 (8), e72348, 2013
582013
River fragmentation and flow alteration metrics: a review of methods and directions for future research
S Jumani, MJ Deitch, D Kaplan, EP Anderson, J Krishnaswamy, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (12), 123009, 2020
572020
A casualty of climate change? Loss of freshwater forest islands on Florida's Gulf Coast
AK Langston, DA Kaplan, FE Putz
Global Change Biology 23 (12), 5383-5397, 2017
572017
Linking metrics of landscape pattern to hydrological process in a lotic wetland
J Yuan, MJ Cohen, DA Kaplan, S Acharya, LG Larsen, MK Nungesser
Landscape Ecology, 1-20, 2015
562015
Untangling complex shallow groundwater dynamics in the floodplain wetlands of a southeastern US coastal river
D Kaplan, R Muñoz‐Carpena, A Ritter
Water Resources Research 46 (8), 2010
462010
Nitrogen-enriched discharges from a highly managed watershed intensify red tide (Karenia brevis) blooms in southwest Florida
M Medina, D Kaplan, EC Milbrandt, D Tomasko, R Huffaker, C Angelini
Science of the Total Environment 827, 154149, 2022
442022
Dam-induced hydrologic alterations in the rivers feeding the Pantanal
P Ely, I Fantin-Cruz, HM Tritico, P Girard, D Kaplan
Frontiers in Environmental Science 8, 579031, 2020
442020
Which components of plant diversity are most correlated with ecosystem properties? A case study in a restored wetland in northern China
Y Zhang, R Wang, D Kaplan, J Liu
Ecological Indicators 49, 228-236, 2015
412015
From salamanders to greenhouse gases: does upland management affect wetland functions?
CN Jones, DL McLaughlin, K Henson, CA Haas, DA Kaplan
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 16 (1), 14-19, 2018
372018
Hydrological controls of fisheries production in a major Amazonian tributary
MAL Lima, DA Kaplan, C Rodrigues da Costa Doria
Ecohydrology 10 (8), e1899, 2017
362017
A social-ecological database to advance research on infrastructure development impacts in the Brazilian Amazon
JMT Lima, D Valle, EM Moretto, SMP Pulice, NL Zuca, DR Roquetti, ...
Scientific Data 3 (160071), 2016
342016
Orientation matters: Patch anisotropy controls discharge competence and hydroperiod in a patterned peatland
DA Kaplan, R Paudel, MJ Cohen, JW Jawitz
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (17), 2012
342012
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