James R Craig
James R Craig
Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Waterloo
E-mail megerősítve itt: uwaterloo.ca - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Changing hydrologic connectivity due to permafrost thaw in the lower Liard River valley, NWT, Canada
RF Connon, WL Quinton, JR Craig, M Hayashi
Hydrological Processes 28 (14), 4163-4178, 2014
Pump-and-treat optimization using analytic element method flow models
LS Matott, AJ Rabideau, JR Craig
Advances in Water Resources 29 (5), 760-775, 2006
The effects of dual porosity on transport and retardation in peat: A laboratory experiment
F Rezanezhad, JS Price, JR Craig
Canadian Journal of Soil Science 92 (5), 723-732, 2012
Flexible watershed simulation with the Raven hydrological modelling framework
JR Craig, G Brown, R Chlumsky, RW Jenkinson, G Jost, K Lee, J Mai, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 129, 104728, 2020
The hydrology of interconnected bog complexes in discontinuous permafrost terrains
RF Connon, WL Quinton, JR Craig, J Hanisch, O Sonnentag
Hydrological Processes 29 (18), 3831-3847, 2015
Taliks: A tipping point in discontinuous permafrost degradation in peatlands
ÉG Devoie, JR Craig, RF Connon, WL Quinton
Water Resources Research 55 (11), 9838-9857, 2019
Runoff–infiltration partitioning using an upscaled Green–Ampt solution
JR Craig, G Liu, ED Soulis
Hydrological Processes 24 (16), 2328-2334, 2010
Applicability of the Green-Ampt infiltration model with shallow boundary conditions
G Liu, JR Craig, ED Soulis
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 16 (3), 266-273, 2011
Are all runoff processes the same? Numerical experiments comparing a D arcy‐R ichards solver to an overland flow‐based approach for subsurface storm runoff simulation
AA Ameli, JR Craig, JJ McDonnell
Water Resources Research 51 (12), 10008-10028, 2015
Assessing the performance of a semi‐distributed hydrological model under various watershed discretization schemes
A Haghnegahdar, BA Tolson, JR Craig, KT Paya
Hydrological Processes 29 (18), 4018-4031, 2015
Impact of soil heterogeneity on the functioning of horizontal ground heat exchangers
RB Simms, SR Haslam, JR Craig
Geothermics 50, 35-43, 2014
Finite difference modeling of contaminant transport using analytic element flow solutions
JR Craig, AJ Rabideau
Advances in water resources 29 (7), 1075-1087, 2006
A synthesis of three decades of hydrological research<? xmltex\break?> at Scotty Creek, NWT, Canada
W Quinton, A Berg, M Braverman, O Carpino, L Chasmer, R Connon, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 23 (4), 2015-2039, 2019
Analytical expressions for the hydraulic design of continuous permeable reactive barriers
JR Craig, AJ Rabideau, R Suribhatla
Advances in water resources 29 (1), 99-111, 2006
Analytical solutions for 2D topography-driven flow in stratified and syncline aquifers
JR Craig
Advances in Water Resources 31 (8), 1066-1073, 2008
A theoretical extension of the soil freezing curve paradigm
EA Amiri, JR Craig, BL Kurylyk
Advances in water resources 111, 319-328, 2018
Automatic model structure identification for conceptual hydrologic models
D Spieler, J Mai, JR Craig, BA Tolson, N Schütze
Water resources research 56 (9), e2019WR027009, 2020
Series solutions for saturated–unsaturated flow in multi-layer unconfined aquifers
AA Ameli, JR Craig, S Wong
Advances in Water Resources 60, 24-33, 2013
A diagnostic approach to constraining flow partitioning in hydrologic models using a multiobjective optimization framework
M Shafii, N Basu, JR Craig, SL Schiff, P Van Cappellen
Water Resources Research 53 (4), 3279-3301, 2017
A simple expression for the bulk field capacity of a sloping soil horizon
ED Soulis, JR Craig, V Fortin, G Liu
Hydrological Processes 25 (1), 112-116, 2011
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