Szilágyi József
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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
2112010
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
1752008
Baseflow separation based on analytical solutions of the Boussinesq equation
J Szilagyi, MB Parlange
Journal of Hydrology 204 (1-4), 251-260, 1998
1461998
Recession flow analysis for aquifer parameter determination
J Szilagyi, MB Parlange, JD Albertson
Water Resources Research 34 (7), 1851-1857, 1998
1191998
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
932003
New findings about the complementary relationship-based evaporation estimation methods
J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Journal of Hydrology 354 (1-4), 171-186, 2008
902008
On the inherent asymmetric nature of the complementary relationship of evaporation
J Szilagyi
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (2), 2007
832007
Evaluating the complementary relationship for estimating evapotranspiration from arid shrublands
JL Huntington, J Szilagyi, SW Tyler, GM Pohll
Water Resources Research 47 (5), 2011
792011
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
782016
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
742007
Mapping mean annual groundwater recharge in the Nebraska Sand Hills, USA
J Szilagyi, VA Zlotnik, JB Gates, J Jozsa
Hydrogeology Journal 19 (8), 1503-1513, 2011
722011
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
712001
NDVI relationship to monthly evaporation
J Szilagyi, DC Rundquist, DC Gosselin, MB Parlange
Geophysical Research Letters 25 (10), 1753-1756, 1998
681998
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
652015
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
632001
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
622019
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
552017
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
Regional estimation of total recharge to ground water in Nebraska
J Szilagyi, FE Harvey, JF Ayers
Groundwater 43 (1), 63-69, 2005
512005
On Bouchet's complementary hypothesis
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrology 246 (1-4), 155-158, 2001
512001
Identifying cause of declining flows in the Republican River
J Szilagyi
Journal of water resources planning and management 127 (4), 244-253, 2001
492001
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
482008
Heuristic continuous base flow separation
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 9 (4), 311-318, 2004
482004
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
472015
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
442016
Modified advection-aridity model of evapotranspiration
J Szilagyi, MT Hobbins, J Jozsa
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 14 (6), 569-574, 2009
442009
Temperature corrections in the Priestley–Taylor equation of evaporation
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrology 519, 455-464, 2014
432014
Rescaling the complementary relationship for land surface evaporation
R Crago, J Szilagyi, R Qualls, J Huntington
Water Resources Research 52 (11), 8461-8471, 2016
422016
MODIS‐aided statewide net groundwater‐recharge estimation in Nebraska
J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Groundwater 51 (5), 735-744, 2013
412013
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
402013
Modeled areal evaporation trends over the conterminous United States
J Szilagyi
Journal of irrigation and drainage engineering 127 (4), 196-200, 2001
392001
Can a vegetation index derived from remote sensing be indicative of areal transpiration?
J Szilagyi
Ecological Modelling 127 (1), 65-79, 2000
392000
A geomorphology-based semi-distributed watershed model
J Szilagyi, MB Parlange
Advances in Water Resources 23 (2), 177-187, 1999
391999
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
382014
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
382006
Streamflow depletion investigations in the Republican River basin: Colorado, Nebraska, and Kansas
J Szilagyi
J. ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS 27 (3), 251-263, 1999
361999
A calibration-free evapotranspiration mapping technique for spatially-distributed regional-scale hydrologic modeling
J Szilagyi, A Kovacs
332011
On the use of semi‐logarithmic plots for baseflow separation
J Szilagyi
Groundwater 37 (5), 660-662, 1999
331999
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 (1), 35-50, 1996
271996
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
252016
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, 2012
252012
Complementary relationship of evaporation and the mean annual water‐energy balance
J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Water resources research 45 (9), 2009
252009
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
242019
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
242013
A calibration-free evapotranspiration mapping (CREMAP) technique
J Szilágyi, A Kovacs, J Jozsa
Evapotranspiration, 2011
242011
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
242009
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
232015
A calibration-free, robust estimation of monthly land surface evapotranspiration rates for continental-scale hydrology
J Szilagyi
Hydrology Research 49 (3), 648-657, 2018
222018
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
222018
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
222014
Complementary-relationship-based evapotranspiration mapping (cremap) technique for Hungary
J Szilágyi, Á Kovács
Periodica Polytechnica Civil Engineering 54 (2), 95-100, 2010
212010
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
202009
Vadose zone influences on aquifer parameter estimates of saturated-zone hydraulic theory
J Szilagyi
Journal of hydrology 286 (1-4), 78-86, 2004
202004
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
202003
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
19*1997
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
182018
Sensitivity analysis of aquifer parameter estimations based on the Laplace equation with linearized boundary conditions
J Szilagyi
Water resources research 39 (6), 2003
172003
Recursive streamflow forecasting: a state space approach
J Szilágyi, AS Nagy
CRC Press, 2017
162017
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
161999
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
152014
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
152007
Recent updates of the calibration-free evapotranspiration mapping (CREMAP) method
J Szilagyi
Evapotranspiration—An Overview, 2013
132013
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
132005
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
112020
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
112006
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
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
Why can the weighting parameter of the Muskingum channel routing method be negative?
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrology 138 (1-2), 145-151, 1992
101992
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
82020
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
82014
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
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
82002
MODIS-aided water-balance investigations in the Republican River basin, USA
J Szilágyi
Periodica Polytechnica Civil Engineering 58 (1), 33-46, 2014
72014
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
72014
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
Z Gribovszki, P Kalicz, M Kucsara, J Szilagyi, P Vig
Acta Silvatica et Lignaria Hungarica 4, 95-106, 2008
72008
Testing the rationale behind an assumed linear relationship between evapotranspiration and land surface temperature
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 20 (5), 04014073, 2015
62015
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
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
52019
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
On the thermodynamic foundations of the complementary relationship of evaporation
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrology 593, 125916, 2021
42021
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), 1-10, 2020
42020
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
42013
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
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
32020
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
32017
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
32008
Basic Meteorological Data Derived 30-year Normals (1981-2010) of Actual Evapotranspiration Rates in Nebraska, USA
J Szilagyi
CSD Bulletin (8), 2017
22017
Comment on “Assessing interannual variability of evapotranspiration at the catchment scale using satellite‐based evapotranspiration data sets” by Lei Cheng et al.
J Szilagyi
Water Resources Research 48 (3), 2012
22012
Numerical Validation of a Diurnal Streamflow-Pattern-Based Evapotranspiration Estimation Method
Z Gribovszki, P Kalicz, J Szilágyi
Acta Silvatica et Lignaria Hungarica 7, 63-74, 2011
22011
Comment on" A reappraisal of the Kalman filtering technique as applied in river flow forecasting" by M. Ahsan and KM O'Connor
J Szilagyi
22003
Recent Trends in Land Surface Evapotranspiration across the Contiguous United States
J Szilagyi
J. Hydrol. Environ. Res. 4 (1), 1-8, 2016
12016
Water Balance Validation of a Temperature-Dependent Parameter Value of the Priestley-Taylor Equation of Evapotranspiration
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrology and Environmental Research 3 (1), 1-5, 2015
12015
Discussion of “Estimation of the Water Balance Using Observed Soil Water in the Nebraska Sandhills” by V. Sridhar and KG Hubbard
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 15 (12), 1075-1075, 2010
12010
Calibration‐free complementary relationship estimates terrestrial evapotranspiration globally
N Ma, J Szilagyi, Y Zhang
Water Resources Research, e2021WR029691, 2021
2021
Reply to Comment by S. Han and F. Tian on “A Calibration‐Free Formulation of the Complementary Relationship of Evaporation for Continental‐Scale Hydrology”
J Szilagyi, RD Crago, RJ Qualls
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 126 (8), e2021JD034685, 2021
2021
Corrigendum to" On the thermodynamic foundations of the complementary relationship of evaporation"[J. Hydrol.(2021) 125916]
J Szilagyi
Journal of Hydrology 595, 126031, 2021
2021
Comparative analysis of catchment response times and their definitions using measured and re-analysis rainfall data
ED Nagy, J Szilágyi
HydroCarpath Conference, Sopron, 2021
2021
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