Zachary Easton
Zachary Easton
Professor, Virginia Tech
E-mail megerősítve itt: vt.edu - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Using the Climate Forecast System Reanalysis as weather input data for watershed models
DR Fuka, MT Walter, C MacAlister, AT Degaetano, TS Steenhuis, ...
Hydrological Processes 28 (22), 5613-5623, 2014
Re-conceptualizing the soil and water assessment tool (SWAT) model to predict runoff from variable source areas
ZM Easton, DR Fuka, MT Walter, DM Cowan, EM Schneiderman, ...
Journal of hydrology 348 (3-4), 279-291, 2008
A multi basin SWAT model analysis of runoff and sedimentation in the Blue Nile, Ethiopia
ZM Easton, DR Fuka, ED White, AS Collick, B Biruk Ashagre, ...
Hydrology and earth system sciences 14 (10), 1827-1841, 2010
Fertilizer source effect on ground and surface water quality in drainage from turfgrass
ZM Easton, AM Petrovic
Journal of environmental quality 33 (2), 645-655, 2004
Surface and subsurface flow effect on permanent gully formation and upland erosion near Lake Tana in the northern highlands of Ethiopia
TY Tebebu, AZ Abiy, AD Zegeye, HE Dahlke, ZM Easton, SA Tilahun, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 14 (11), 2207-2217, 2010
Incorporating variable source area hydrology into a curve‐number‐based watershed model
EM Schneiderman, TS Steenhuis, DJ Thongs, ZM Easton, MS Zion, ...
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 21 (25), 3420-3430, 2007
Predicting discharge and sediment for the Abay (Blue Nile) with a simple model
TS Steenhuis, AS Collick, ZM Easton, ES Leggesse, HK Bayabil, ...
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (26), 3728-3737, 2009
Modeling watershed-scale effectiveness of agricultural best management practices to reduce phosphorus loading
NS Rao, ZM Easton, EM Schneiderman, MS Zion, DR Lee, TS Steenhuis
Journal of Environmental Management 90 (3), 1385-1395, 2009
Development and application of a physically based landscape water balance in the SWAT model
ED White, ZM Easton, DR Fuka, AS Collick, E Adgo, M McCartney, ...
Hydrological Processes 25 (6), 915-925, 2011
Rainfall‐discharge relationships for a monsoonal climate in the Ethiopian highlands
BM Liu, AS Collick, G Zeleke, E Adgo, ZM Easton, TS Steenhuis
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 22 (7), 1059-1067, 2008
Applicability of models to predict phosphorus losses in drained fields: A review
DE Radcliffe, DK Reid, K Blombäck, CH Bolster, AS Collick, ZM Easton, ...
Journal of environmental quality 44 (2), 614-628, 2015
Enhanced nitrate and phosphate removal in a denitrifying bioreactor with biochar
E Bock, N Smith, M Rogers, B Coleman, M Reiter, B Benham, ZM Easton
Journal of environmental quality 44 (2), 605-613, 2015
EcoHydRology: a community modeling foundation for eco-hydrology
DR Fuka, MT Walter, JA Archibald, TS Steenhuis, ZM Easton
R package version 0.4 12, 2014
Phosphorus fate, management, and modeling in artificially drained systems
PJA Kleinman, DR Smith, CH Bolster, ZM Easton
Journal of environmental quality 44 (2), 460-466, 2015
Combined monitoring and modeling indicate the most effective agricultural best management practices
ZM Easton, MT Walter, TS Steenhuis
Journal of environmental quality 37 (5), 1798-1809, 2008
Agricultural conservation practices can help mitigate the impact of climate change
MB Wagena, ZM Easton
Science of The Total Environment 635, 132-143, 2018
Hydrologic assessment of an urban variable source watershed in the northeast United States
ZM Easton, P Gérard‐Marchant, MT Walter, AM Petrovic, TS Steenhuis
Water Resources Research 43 (3), 2007
Assessing the effects of climate change on water quantity and quality in an urban watershed using a calibrated stormwater model
N Alamdari, DJ Sample, P Steinberg, AC Ross, ZM Easton
Water 9 (7), 464, 2017
Comparison of short-term streamflow forecasting using stochastic time series, neural networks, process-based, and Bayesian models
MB Wagena, D Goering, AS Collick, E Bock, DR Fuka, A Buda, ZM Easton
Environmental Modelling & Software 126, 104669, 2020
Hydrological impact of roadside ditches in an agricultural watershed in Central New York: implications for non‐point source pollutant transport
BP Buchanan, K Falbo, RL Schneider, ZM Easton, MT Walter
Hydrological processes 27 (17), 2422-2437, 2013
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