Rebecca Logsdon Muenich
TitleCited byYear
A quantitative approach to evaluating ecosystem services
RA Logsdon, I Chaubey
Ecological Modelling 257, 57-65, 2013
Multiple models guide strategies for agricultural nutrient reductions
D Scavia, M Kalcic, RL Muenich, J Read, N Aloysius, I Bertani, C Boles, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15 (3), 126-132, 2017
Engaging stakeholders to define feasible and desirable agricultural conservation in western Lake Erie watersheds
MMC Kalcic, C Kirchhoff, N Bosch, RL Muenich, M Murray, ...
Environmental science & technology 50 (15), 8135-8145, 2016
Evaluating the impact of legacy P and agricultural conservation practices on nutrient loads from the Maumee River Watershed
RL Muenich, M Kalcic, D Scavia
Environmental science & technology 50 (15), 8146-8154, 2016
Comparing two tools for ecosystem service assessments regarding water resources decisions
PJ Dennedy-Frank, RL Muenich, I Chaubey, G Ziv
Journal of environmental management 177, 331-340, 2016
Ecosystem services in the Great Lakes
AD Steinman, BJ Cardinale, WR Munns Jr, ME Ogdahl, JD Allan, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 43 (3), 161-168, 2017
Informing Lake Erie agriculture nutrient management via scenario evaluation
D Scavia, M Kalcic, RL Muenich, N Aloysius, J Arnold, C Boles, ...
University of Michigan: Ann Arbor, MI, USA, 2016
Ecosystem services and Indiana agriculture: farmers’ and conservationists’ perceptions
RA Logsdon, MM Kalcic, EM Trybula, I Chaubey, JR Frankenberger
International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services …, 2015
Use of manure nutrients from concentrated animal feeding operations
CM Long, RL Muenich, MM Kalcic, D Scavia
Journal of Great Lakes Research 44 (2), 245-252, 2018
The Wabash sampling blitz: a study on the effectiveness of citizen science
R Muenich, S Peel, L Bowling, M Haas, R Turco, J Frankenberger, ...
Citizen Science: Theory and Practice 1 (1), 2016
Evaluating the impact of climate change on fluvial flood risk in a mixed-use watershed
X Xu, YC Wang, M Kalcic, RL Muenich, YCE Yang, D Scavia
Environmental modelling & software 122, 104031, 2019
Pay-for-performance conservation using SWAT highlights need for field-level agricultural conservation
RL Muenich, MM Kalcic, J Winsten, K Fisher, M Day, G O’Neil, YC Wang, ...
Transactions of the ASABE 60 (6), 1925-1937, 2017
Influence of bioenergy crop production and climate change on ecosystem services
R Cibin, I Chaubey, RL Muenich, KA Cherkauer, PW Gassman, CL Kling, ...
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 53 (6), 1323-1335, 2017
Informing Lake Erie agriculture nutrient management via scenario evaluation. University of Michigan
D Scavia, M Kalcic, RL Muenich, N Aloysius, J Arnold, C Boles, ...
Ann Arbor, MI, USA, 2016
Development of a quantification method for ecosystem services
RA Logsdon
Purdue University, 2011
Climate Change and Nutrient Loading in the Western Lake Erie Basin: Warming Can Counteract a Wetter Future
MM Kalcic, RL Muenich, S Basile, AL Steiner, C Kirchhoff, D Scavia
Environmental science & technology 53 (13), 7543-7550, 2019
On the practical usefulness of least squares for assessing uncertainty in hydrologic and water quality predictions
D Del Giudice, RL Muenich, MM Kalcic, NS Bosch, D Scavia, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 105, 286-295, 2018
Evaluating potential water quality drivers of a fish regime shift in the Wabash River using the SWAT model
RL Muenich, I Chaubey, M Pyron
Ecological Modelling 340, 116-125, 2016
Modeling phosphorus reduction strategies from the international St. Clair-Detroit River system watershed
A Dagnew, D Scavia, YC Wang, R Muenich, M Kalcic
Journal of Great Lakes Research 45 (4), 742-751, 2019
Evaluation of freshwater provisioning for different ecosystem services in the Upper Mississippi River Basin: current status and drivers
P Li, I Chaubey, RL Muenich, X Wei
Water 8 (7), 288, 2016
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