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  1. Schreiner-McGraw, A.P., Baker, J.M., Wood, J.D., Abraha, M., Chen, J., Griffis, T.J., and Robertson, G.P. 2024. Surface resistance controls differences in evapotranspiration between cropland and prairie in U.S. Corn Belt sites. Water Resources Research, 60, doi: 10.1029/2023WR035819. [pdf]
  2. Schreiner-McGraw, A.P., Ransom, C.J., Veum, K.S, Wood, J.D., Sudduth, K.A., and L.J. Abendroth. 2024. Quantifying the impact of climate smart agricultural practices on soil carbon uptake relative to conventional management. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 344, doi: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2023.109812. [pdf]
  3. Smidt, S., Haacker, E., Bai, X., Cherkauer, K., Choat, B., Crompton, O., Deines, J., Groh, J., Guzmán, S., Hartman, S., Kendall, A., Safeeq, M., Kustas, W., McGill, B., Nocco, M., Pensky, J., Rapp, J., Schreiner-Mcgraw, A.P., Sprenger, M., Wan, L., Weldegebriel, L., Zipper, S., Zoccatelli, D. 2023. Forming the Future of Agrohydrology Research. Earths Future, 11, e2022EF003410, doi: 10.1029/2022EF003410. [pdf]
  4. Schreiner-McGraw, A.P., Baffaut, C. 2023. Quantifying links between topsoil depth, plant water use, and yield in a rainfed maize field in the U. S. Midwest. Agricultural Water Management. 290, doi: 10.1016/j.agwat.2023.108569 [pdf]
  5. Schreiner-McGraw, A.P., Wood, J.D., Metz, M.A., Sadler, E.J., Sudduth, K.A. 2023. Agricultural management accentuates interannual variability in water fluxes but not carbon fluxes in the U.S. Corn Belt. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 333, doi: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2023.109420. [pdf]
  6. Menefee, D.M., Scott, R.L., Abraha, M., Alfieri, J., Baker, J., Browning, D.M., Chen, J., Gonet, J., Johnson, J.M.F., Miller, G., Nifong, R., Robertson, P, Russell, E.S., Saliendra, N., Schreiner-McGraw, A.P., Suyker, A., Wagle, P., Wente, C., White, P.M., Smith, D. 2022. Unraveling the effects of management and climate on carbon fluxes of U.S. croplands using the USDA Long-Term Agroecosystem (LTAR) network. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 326, doi: [pdf]
  7. Schreiner-McGraw, A. P., Ajami, H., Anderson, R. G., & Wang, D. (2022). Integrating partitioned evapotranspiration data into hydrologic models: Vegetation parameterization and uncertainty quantification of simulated plant water use. Hydrological Processes, 36( 6), e14580. [link]
  8. Schreiner-McGraw, A.P. and Ajami, H. 2022. Combined impacts of uncertainty in precipitation and air temperature on simulated mountain system recharge from an integrated hydrologic model. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 26(4), 1145-1164, doi: 10.5194/hess-26-1145-2022. [pdf]
  9. Schreiner-McGraw, A.P. and Ajami, H. Delayed response of groundwater to multi-year meteorological droughts in the absence of anthropogenic management. 2021. Journal of Hydrology, 603 B, doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2021.126917 [link]
  10. Vivoni, E.R., Perez-Ruiz, E.R., Keller, Z.T., Escoto, E.A., Templeton, R.C., Templeton, N.P., Anderson, C.A., Schreiner-McGraw, A.P., Méndez-Barroso, L.A., Robles-Morua, A., Scott, R.L., Archer, S.R., and Peters, D.P.C. 2021. Long-term research catchments to investigate shrub encroachment in the Sonoran and Chihuahuan Deserts: Santa Rita and Jornada Experimental Ranges. Hydrological Processes, 35, doi: 10.1002/hyp.14031 [link]
  11. Schreiner-McGraw, A.P. and Ajami, H. 2020. Impact of uncertainty in precipitation datasets on the hydrologic budget of an integrated hydrologic model in mountainous terrain. Water Resources Research, 56(12), doi: 10.1029/2020WR027639 [pdf]
  12. Schreiner-McGraw, A.P., Vivoni, E.R., Ajami, H., Sala, O.E., and Throop, H.L. 2020. Woody plant encroachment has a larger impact than climate change on dryland water budgets. Scientific Reports 10, 8112. doi: 10.1038/s41598-020-65094-x [link]
  13. Schreiner-McGraw, A.P., H. Ajami, and E.R. Vivoni. 2019. Extreme weather events and transmission losses in arid streams. Environmental Research Letters, 14, doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/ab2949. [pdf]
  14. Biederman, J.A., R.L. Scott, J. Arnone, R. Jasoni, M.E. Litvak, M. Moreo, S.A. Papuga, G. Ponce-Campos, A.P. Schreiner-McGraw, and E.R. Vivoni 2018. Shrubland exchanges of water and carbon across the warm deserts of North America. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 249, 407-419. [link]
  15. Rossi, M.J., Ares, J., Jobbagy, E., Vivoni, E.R., Vervoort, W., Schreiner-McGraw, A.P., Saco, P.M. 2018. Vegetation and Terrain Drivers of Infiltration Depth Along a Semiarid Hillslope. Science of the Total Environment. 644: 1399-1408. [link]
  16. Schreiner-McGraw, A.P. and E.R. Vivoni. 2018. On the Sensitivity of Hillslope Runoff and Channel Transmission Losses in Arid Piedmont Slopes. Water Resources Research. 54, 4498-4518. [link]
  17. Templeton, N.P., E.R. Vivoni, Z.H. Wang, and A.P. Schreiner-McGraw. 2018. Quantifying Water and Energy Fluxes over Different Urban Land Covers in Phoenix, Arizona. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 123(4): 2111-2128. [link]
  18. Schreiner-McGraw, A.P. and E.R. Vivoni. 2017. Percolation in Arid Piedmont Watersheds: Observations from an Instrument Network and Linkages to Historical Conditions. Ecosphere. 8(11): doi: 10.1001/ecs2.2000 [pdf]
  19. Schreiner-McGraw, A.P., E.R. Vivoni, G. Mascaro, and T.E. Franz. 2016. Closing the Water Balance with Cosmic-ray Soil Moisture Measurements and Assessing Their Relation with Evapotranspiration in Two Semiarid Watersheds. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 20: 329-345. [pdf]
  20. Vivoni, E.R., A. Rango, C.A. Anderson, N.A. Pierini, A.P. Schreiner-McGraw, S. Saripalli, and A.S. Laliberte. 2014. Ecohydrology with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. Ecosphere. 5(10): article 130 [pdf]
  21. Rango, A., Vivoni, E.R., Anderson, C.A., Pierini, N.A., Schreiner-McGraw, A.P., Saripalli, S., Slaughter, A. and Laliberte, A. 2014. Application of High Resolution Images from Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Watershed and Rangeland Science. In: Remote Sensing of the Terrestrial Water Cycle. (eds V. Lakshmi, D. Alsdorf, M. Anderson, S.Biancamaria, M. Cosh, J. Entin, G. Huffman, W. Kustas, P. van Oevelen, T. Painter, J. Parjka, M. Rodell, and C. Rüdiger), John Wiley & Sons, Inc, Hoboken, NJ. doi: 10.1002/9781118872086.ch28 [link]
  22. F.C. Bautista, J.C. Rodríguez, C.J. Watts, E.R. Vivoni, E.A. Yépez, A. Robles Morua, J. Garatuza Payan, T. Tarin, and A.P. Schreiner-McGraw, 2013. Calibracion in situ del sensor cosmos para determinar humedad del suelo en escalas intermedias (~1 km). Terra Latinoamericana. 31: 315-324. [pdf]
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