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Diurnal fluctuations in shallow groundwater levels and streamflow rates and their interpretation–A review
Z Gribovszki, J Szilágyi, P Kalicz
Journal of hydrology 385 (1-4), 371-383, 2010
2792010
Complementary‐relationship‐based modeling of terrestrial evapotranspiration across China during 1982–2012: Validations and spatiotemporal analyses
N Ma, J Szilagyi, Y Zhang, W Liu
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 124 (8), 4326-4351, 2019
2212019
Riparian zone evapotranspiration estimation from diurnal groundwater level fluctuations
Z Gribovszki, P Kalicz, J Szilágyi, M Kucsara
Journal of Hydrology 349 (1-2), 6-17, 2008
2132008
Baseflow separation based on analytical solutions of the Boussinesq equation
J Szilagyi, MB Parlange
Journal of Hydrology 204 (1-4), 251-260, 1998
1651998
Recession flow analysis for aquifer parameter determination
J Szilagyi, MB Parlange, JD Albertson
Water Resources Research 34 (7), 1851-1857, 1998
1311998
Evaporation variability of Nam Co Lake in the Tibetan Plateau and its role in recent rapid lake expansion
N Ma, J Szilagyi, GY Niu, Y Zhang, T Zhang, B Wang, Y Wu
Journal of Hydrology 537, 27-35, 2016
1212016
Regional estimation of base recharge to ground water using water balance and a base‐flow index
J Szilagyi, FE Harvey, JF Ayers
Groundwater 41 (4), 504-513, 2003
1142003
New findings about the complementary relationship-based evaporation estimation methods
J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Journal of Hydrology 354 (1-4), 171-186, 2008
1132008
A calibration‐free formulation of the complementary relationship of evaporation for continental‐scale hydrology
J Szilagyi, R Crago, R Qualls
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 122 (1), 264-278, 2017
1052017
Calibration‐free complementary relationship estimates terrestrial evapotranspiration globally
N Ma, J Szilagyi, Y Zhang
Water Resources Research 57 (9), e2021WR029691, 2021
1042021
Mapping mean annual groundwater recharge in the Nebraska Sand Hills, USA
J Szilagyi, VA Zlotnik, JB Gates, J Jozsa
1042012
On the inherent asymmetric nature of the complementary relationship of evaporation
J Szilagyi
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (2), 2007
1042007
Evaluating the complementary relationship for estimating evapotranspiration from arid shrublands
JL Huntington, J Szilagyi, SW Tyler, GM Pohll
Water Resources Research 47 (5), 2011
952011
The CR of evaporation: A calibration-free diagnostic and benchmarking tool for large-scale terrestrial evapotranspiration modeling
N Ma, J Szilagyi
Water Resources Research 55 (8), 7246-72, 2019
912019
Estimation of catchment-scale evapotranspiration from baseflow recession data: Numerical model and practical application results
J Szilagyi, Z Gribovszki, P Kalicz
Journal of hydrology 336 (1-2), 206-217, 2007
892007
Evaluating the complementary relationship of evapotranspiration in the alpine steppe of the Tibetan Plateau
N Ma, Y Zhang, J Szilagyi, Y Guo, J Zhai, H Gao
Water Resources Research 51 (2), 1069-1083, 2015
882015
Sudden drawdown and drainage of a horizontal aquifer
JY Parlange, F Stagnitti, A Heilig, J Szilagyi, MB Parlange, TS Steenhuis, ...
Water resources research 37 (8), 2097-2101, 2001
782001
Evapotranspiration intensifies over the conterminous United States
J Szilagyi, GG Katul, MB Parlange
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 127 (6), 354-362, 2001
772001
NDVI relationship to monthly evaporation
J Szilagyi, DC Rundquist, DC Gosselin, MB Parlange
Geophysical Research Letters 25 (10), 1753-1756, 1998
771998
Rescaling the complementary relationship for land surface evaporation
R Crago, J Szilagyi, R Qualls, J Huntington
Water Resources Research 52 (11), 8461-8471, 2016
722016
Modeling actual evapotranspiration with routine meteorological variables in the data‐scarce region of the Tibetan Plateau: Comparisons and implications
N Ma, Y Zhang, CY Xu, J Szilagyi
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 120 (8), 1638-1657, 2015
652015
Vadose zone lag time and potential 21st century climate change effects on spatially distributed groundwater recharge in the semi-arid Nebraska Sand Hills
NR Rossman, VA Zlotnik, CM Rowe, J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrology 519, 656-669, 2014
652014
Temperature corrections in the Priestley–Taylor equation of evaporation
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrology 519, 455-464, 2014
642014
Feasibility analysis of using inverse modeling for estimating natural groundwater recharge from a large-scale soil moisture monitoring network
T Wang, TE Franz, W Yue, J Szilagyi, VA Zlotnik, J You, X Chen, ...
Journal of hydrology 533, 250-265, 2016
632016
Regional estimation of total recharge to ground water in Nebraska
J Szilagyi, FE Harvey, JF Ayers
Groundwater 43 (1), 63-69, 2005
572005
On the specific water holding capacity of litter for three forest ecosystems in the eastern foothills of the Alps
KA Zagyvai-Kiss, P Kalicz, J Szilágyi, Z Gribovszki
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 278, 107656, 2019
552019
On Bouchet's complementary hypothesis
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrology 246 (1-4), 155-158, 2001
552001
MODIS‐aided statewide net groundwater‐recharge estimation in Nebraska
J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Groundwater 51 (5), 735-744, 2013
522013
On diurnal riparian zone groundwater-level and streamflow fluctuations
J Szilágyi, Z Gribovszki, P Kalicz, M Kucsara
Journal of Hydrology 349 (1-2), 1-5, 2008
522008
An objective method for determining principal time scales of coherent eddy structures using orthonormal wavelets
J Szilagyi, MB Parlange, GG Katul, JD Albertson
Advances in Water Resources 22 (6), 561-566, 1999
521999
Heuristic continuous base flow separation
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 9 (4), 311-318, 2004
512004
Identifying cause of declining flows in the Republican River
J Szilagyi
Journal of water resources planning and management 127 (4), 244-253, 2001
512001
Net recharge vs. depth to groundwater relationship in the Platte River Valley of Nebraska, United States
J Szilagyi, VA Zlotnik, J Jozsa
Groundwater 51 (6), 945-951, 2013
492013
Hybrid, Markov chain-based model for daily streamflow generation at multiple catchment sites
J Szilagyi, G Balint, A Csik
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 11 (3), 245-256, 2006
452006
Modified advection-aridity model of evapotranspiration
J Szilagyi, MT Hobbins, J Jozsa
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 14 (6), 569-574, 2009
442009
Can a vegetation index derived from remote sensing be indicative of areal transpiration?
J Szilagyi
Ecological Modelling 127 (1), 65-79, 2000
422000
Modeled areal evaporation trends over the conterminous United States
J Szilagyi
Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering 127 (4), 196-200, 2001
412001
Streamflow depletion investigations in the Republican River basin: Colorado, Nebraska, and Kansas
J Szilagyi
J. ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS 27 (3), 251-263, 1999
391999
Benchmarking large-scale evapotranspiration estimates: A perspective from a calibration-free complementary relationship approach and FLUXCOM
N Ma, J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Journal of Hydrology 590, 125221, 2020
382020
Remote-sensing based groundwater recharge estimates in the Danube-Tisza sand plateau region of Hungary
J Szilágyi, Á Kovács, J Józsa
Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics 60 (1), 64-72, 2012
372012
A geomorphology-based semi-distributed watershed model
J Szilagyi, MB Parlange
Advances in water resources 23 (2), 177-187, 1999
371999
A calibration-free evapotranspiration mapping technique for spatially-distributed regional-scale hydrologic modeling
J Szilagyi, A Kovacs
Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics 59 (2), 118-130, 2011
362011
On the use of semi‐logarithmic plots for baseflow separation
J Szilagyi
Groundwater 37 (5), 660-662, 1999
351999
Coupled heat and vapor transport: The thermostat effect of a freely evaporating land surface
J Szilagyi, A Schepers
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (2), 435-441, 2014
342014
Complementary‐relationship‐based 30 year normals (1981–2010) of monthly latent heat fluxes across the contiguous United States
J Szilagyi
Water Resources Research 51 (11), 9367-9377, 2015
322015
A calibration-free evapotranspiration mapping (CREMAP) technique
J Szilágyi, A Kovacs, J Jozsa
Evapotranspiration, 2011
322011
A calibration-free, robust estimation of monthly land surface evapotranspiration rates for continental-scale hydrology
J Szilagyi
Hydrology Research 49 (3), 648-657, 2018
312018
Anthropogenic hydrological cycle disturbance at a regional scale: State-wide evapotranspiration trends (1979–2015) across Nebraska, USA
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrology 557, 600-612, 2018
302018
Complementary-relationship-based evapotranspiration mapping (cremap) technique for Hungary
J Szilágyi, Á Kovács
Periodica Polytechnica Civil Engineering 54 (2), 95-100, 2010
302010
Testing the generalized complementary relationship of evaporation with continental-scale long-term water-balance data
J Szilagyi, R Crago, RJ Qualls
Journal of Hydrology 540, 914-922, 2016
292016
Does the accuracy of fine-scale water level measurements by vented pressure transducers permit for diurnal evapotranspiration estimation?
Z Gribovszki, P Kalicz, J Szilágyi
Journal of Hydrology 488, 166-169, 2013
292013
Vegetation indices to aid areal evapotranspiration estimations
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 7 (5), 368-372, 2002
292002
The local effect of intermittency on the inertial subrange energy spectrum of the atmospheric surface layer
J Szilagyi, GG Katul, MB Parlange, JD Albertson, AT Cahill
Boundary-layer meteorology 79, 35-50, 1996
281996
Evapotranspiration trends (1979–2015) in the Central Valley of California, USA: Contrasting tendencies during 1981–2007
J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Water Resources Research 54 (8), 5620-5635, 2018
272018
Complementary relationship of evaporation and the mean annual water‐energy balance
J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Water resources research 45 (9), 2009
272009
Analytical solution of the coupled 2-D turbulent heat and vapor transport equations and the complementary relationship of evaporation
J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Journal of Hydrology 372 (1-4), 61-67, 2009
252009
State-space discretization of the Kalinin-Milyukov-Nash-Cascade in a sample-data system framework for streamflow forecasting
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 8 (6), 339-347, 2003
242003
Modelling unconfined aquifer level reductions in the area between the Danube and Tisza rivers in Hungary
J Szilagyi, C Vorosmarty
J. Hydrol. Hydromech 45 (5), 328-347, 1997
24*1997
On the thermodynamic foundations of the complementary relationship of evaporation
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrology 593, 125916, 2021
232021
Estimating spatially distributed monthly evapotranspiration rates by linear transformations of MODIS daytime land surface temperature data
J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 13 (5), 629-637, 2009
232009
Vadose zone influences on aquifer parameter estimates of saturated-zone hydraulic theory
J Szilagyi
Journal of hydrology 286 (1-4), 78-86, 2004
232004
Lithologic influences on groundwater recharge through incised glacial till from profile to regional scales: Evidence from glaciated Eastern Nebraska
JB Gates, GV Steele, P Nasta, J Szilagyi
Water Resources Research 50 (1), 466-481, 2014
222014
DEFINING WATERSHED‐SCALE EVAPORATION USING A NORMALIZED DIFFERENCE VEGETATION INDEX1
J Szilagyi, MB Parlange
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 35 (5), 1245-1255, 1999
221999
Assessment of the Priestley-Taylor parameter value from ERA-Interim global reanalysis data
J Szilagyi, MB Parlange, GG Katul
J. Hydrol. Environ. Res 2 (1), 1-7, 2014
202014
Analysis of the nonlinearity in the hillslope runoff response to precipitation through numerical modeling
J Szilagyi
Journal of hydrology 337 (3-4), 391-401, 2007
192007
Recursive streamflow forecasting: a state space approach
J Szilágyi
CRC Press, 2017
172017
Accounting for backwater effects in flow routing by the discrete linear cascade model
J Szilagyi, P Laurinyecz
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 19 (1), 69-77, 2014
172014
Sensitivity analysis of aquifer parameter estimations based on the Laplace equation with linearized boundary conditions
J Szilagyi
Water resources research 39 (6), 2003
172003
A Duna–Tisza közi talajvízszint-süllyedések okainak vizsgálata
J Szilágyi, C Vörösmarty
Vízügyi Közlemények 75 (3), 280-294, 1993
171993
Complementary Relationship for evaporation performance at different spatial and temporal scales
RD Crago, R Qualls, J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrology 608, 127575, 2022
162022
Dynamic scaling of the generalized complementary relationship improves long-term tendency estimates in land evaporation
J Szilagyi, R Crago, N Ma
Advances in Atmospheric Sciences 37 (9), 975-986, 2020
162020
Discrete state-space approximation of the continuous Kalinin–Milyukov–Nash cascade of noninteger storage elements
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrology 328 (1-2), 132-140, 2006
152006
Flow routing with unknown rating curves using a state-space reservoir-cascade-type formulation
J Szilagyi, G Balint, B Gauzer, P Bartha
Journal of hydrology 311 (1-4), 219-229, 2005
152005
Power‐function expansion of the polynomial complementary relationship of evaporation
J Szilagyi, N Ma, RD Crago, RJ Qualls
Water Resources Research 58 (11), e2022WR033095, 2022
142022
Anthropogenic hydrometeorological changes at a regional scale: observed irrigation–precipitation feedback (1979–2015) in Nebraska, USA
J Szilagyi, TE Franz
Sustainable Water Resources Management 6, 1-10, 2020
142020
Recent updates of the calibration-free evapotranspiration mapping (CREMAP) method
J Szilagyi
Evapotranspiration—An Overview, 2013
142013
Why can the weighting parameter of the Muskingum channel routing method be negative?
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrology 138 (1-2), 145-151, 1992
131992
Comment on “Derivation of a sigmoid generalized complementary function for evaporation with physical constraints” by S. Han and F. Tian
J Szilagyi, RD Crago
Water Resources Research 55 (1), 868-869, 2019
102019
An evaporation estimation method based on the coupled 2‐D turbulent heat and vapor transport equations
J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 114 (D6), 2009
102009
Reply to “Comment on ‘Two papers about the generalized complementary evaporation relationships by Crago et al.’”
R Crago, J Szilagyi, R Qualls
Water Resources Research 56 (3), e2019WR026773, 2020
92020
MODIS-aided water-balance investigations in the Republican River basin, USA
J Szilágyi
Periodica Polytechnica Civil Engineering 58 (1), 33-46, 2014
92014
Sensitivity of watershed runoff under humid conditions to potential climate variations
J Szilagyi, MB Parlange, JA Patz, TK Graczyk
Journal of Environmental Engineering 128 (7), 635-642, 2002
92002
Assessing stream–aquifer interactions through inverse modeling of flow routing
J Szilagyi, MB Parlange, G Balint
Journal of Hydrology 327 (1-2), 208-218, 2006
82006
Comment on ‘‘Power law catchment-scale recessions arising from heterogeneous linear small-scale dynamics’’by CJ Harman, M. Sivapalan, and P. Kumar
J Szilagyi
Water Resources Research 45 (12), 2009
72009
Evapotranspiration Calculation on the Basis of the Riparian Zone Water Balance= Evapotranszspiráció számítása a vízfolyásmenti zóna talajvízmérlegéből
Z Gribovszki, P Kalicz, M Kucsara, J Szilágyi, P Vig
ACTA SILVATICA ET LIGNARIA HUNGARICA: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL IN FOREST …, 2008
72008
Assessment of dimension-reduction and grouping methods for catchment response time estimation in Hungary
ED Nagy, J Szilagyi, P Torma
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 38, 100971, 2021
62021
Application of MODIS-based monthly evapotranspiration rates in runoff modeling: A case study in Nebraska, USA
J Szilagyi
Open Journal of Modern Hydrology 2013, 2013
62013
Accounting for stream–aquifer interactions in the state-space discretization of the Kalinin–Milyukov–Nash cascade for streamflow forecasting
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 9 (2), 135-143, 2004
62004
A thermodynamics-based versatile evapotranspiration estimation method of minimum data requirement for water resources investigations
J Szilagyi, RD Crago
Journal of Hydrology 624, 129917, 2023
52023
Water balance backward: Estimation of annual watershed precipitation and its long-term trend with the help of the calibration-free generalized complementary relationship of …
J Szilagyi
Water 12 (6), 1775, 2020
52020
Reply to comment by Ma and Zhang on “Rescaling the complementary relationship for land surface evaporation”
R Crago, R Qualls, J Szilagyi, J Huntington
Water Resources Research 53 (7), 6343-6344, 2017
52017
Testing the rationale behind an assumed linear relationship between evapotranspiration and land surface temperature
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 20 (5), 04014073, 2015
52015
Comment on the application of the Szilagyi–Jozsa advection–aridity model for estimating actual terrestrial evapotranspiration in" Estimating actual, potential, reference crop …
TA McMahon, MC Peel, J Szilagyi
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (12), 4865-4867, 2013
52013
Application of a routing model for detecting channel flow changes with minimal data
J Szilagyi, N Pinter, R Venczel
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 13 (6), 521-526, 2008
52008
1970. evi tiszavolgyi arviz hidrologiai jellemzese
W Lászlóffy, J Szilágyi
Vizugyi Kozlem 1971, 1971
51971
Comment on “A hybrid approach combining the FAO-56 method and the complementary principle for predicting daily evapotranspiration on a rainfed crop field’by D. Kim et al.
J Szilagyi
Journal of hydrology 578, 124031, 2019
42019
Comment on" Comparison of 15 evaporation models applied to a small mountain lake in the northeastern USA"
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrology 348, 564-565, 2008
42008
Comment on" Using Numerical Modelling to Evaluate the Capillary Fringe Groundwater Ridging Hypothesis of Streamflow Generation" by HL Cloke, MG Anderson, JJ McDonnell, and JP …
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrology 329, 724-729, 2006
42006
Widening gap of land evaporation to reference evapotranspiration implies increasing vulnerability to droughts in Hungary
L Báder, J Szilágyi
Periodica Polytechnica Civil Engineering 67 (4), 1028-1037, 2023
32023
Estimation of catchment response time using a new automated event-based approach
ED Nagy, J Szilagyi, P Torma
Journal of Hydrology 613, 128355, 2022
32022
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