Nandita  B Basu
Nandita B Basu
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The future of hydrology: An evolving science for a changing world
T Wagener, M Sivapalan, PA Troch, BL McGlynn, CJ Harman, HV Gupta, ...
Water Resources Research 46 (5), 2010
5212010
Nutrient loads exported from managed catchments reveal emergent biogeochemical stationarity
NB Basu, G Destouni, JW Jawitz, SE Thompson, NV Loukinova, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 37 (23), 2010
2972010
Do geographically isolated wetlands influence landscape functions?
MJ Cohen, IF Creed, L Alexander, NB Basu, AJK Calhoun, C Craft, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (8), 1978-1986, 2016
2082016
The nitrogen legacy: emerging evidence of nitrogen accumulation in anthropogenic landscapes
KJ Van Meter, NB Basu, JJ Veenstra, CL Burras
Environmental Research Letters 11 (3), 035014, 2016
1832016
Assessing the impacts of partial mass depletion in DNAPL source zones: I. Analytical modeling of source strength functions and plume response
RW Falta, PS Rao, N Basu
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 78 (4), 259-280, 2005
1832005
Relative dominance of hydrologic versus biogeochemical factors on solute export across impact gradients
SE Thompson, NB Basu, J Lascurain, A Aubeneau, PSC Rao
Water Resources Research 47 (10), 2011
1692011
Legacy nitrogen may prevent achievement of water quality goals in the Gulf of Mexico
KJ Van Meter, P Van Cappellen, NB Basu
Science 360 (6387), 427-430, 2018
1312018
Geographically isolated wetlands are important biogeochemical reactors on the landscape
JM Marton, IF Creed, DB Lewis, CR Lane, NB Basu, MJ Cohen, CB Craft
Bioscience 65 (4), 408-418, 2015
1292015
Hydrologic and biogeochemical functioning of intensively managed catchments: A synthesis of top‐down analyses
NB Basu, SE Thompson, PSC Rao
Water Resources Research 47 (10), 2011
1252011
Assessing impacts of partial mass depletion in DNAPL source zones: II. Coupling source strength functions to plume evolution
RW Falta, N Basu, PS Rao
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 79 (1-2), 45-66, 2005
1172005
Two centuries of nitrogen dynamics: Legacy sources and sinks in the Mississippi and Susquehanna River Basins
KJ Van Meter, NB Basu, P Van Cappellen
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 31 (1), 2-23, 2017
1162017
Wetlands as large-scale nature-based solutions: Status and challenges for research, engineering and management
J Thorslund, J Jarsjo, F Jaramillo, JW Jawitz, S Manzoni, NB Basu, ...
Ecological Engineering 108, 489-497, 2017
1112017
Flux-based assessment at a manufacturing site contaminated with trichloroethylene
NB Basu, PSC Rao, IC Poyer, MD Annable, K Hatfield
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 86 (1-2), 105-127, 2006
942006
Signatures of human impact: size distributions and spatial organization of wetlands in the Prairie Pothole landscape
KJ Van Meter, NB Basu
Ecological Applications 25 (2), 451-465, 2015
882015
Catchment legacies and time lags: A parsimonious watershed model to predict the effects of legacy storage on nitrogen export
KJ Van Meter, NB Basu
PloS one 10 (5), e0125971, 2015
872015
Enhancing protection for vulnerable waters
IF Creed, CR Lane, JN Serran, LC Alexander, NB Basu, AJK Calhoun, ...
Nature geoscience 10 (11), 809-815, 2017
792017
Spatiotemporal scaling of hydrological and agrochemical export dynamics in a tile‐drained Midwestern watershed
K Guan, SE Thompson, CJ Harman, NB Basu, PSC Rao, M Sivapalan, ...
Water Resources Research 47 (10), 2011
772011
Integrating geographically isolated wetlands into land management decisions
HE Golden, IF Creed, G Ali, NB Basu, BP Neff, MC Rains, DL McLaughlin, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15 (6), 319-327, 2017
752017
Biogeochemical hotspots: Role of small water bodies in landscape nutrient processing
FY Cheng, NB Basu
Water Resources Research 53 (6), 5038-5056, 2017
692017
Parsimonious modeling of hydrologic responses in engineered watersheds: Structural heterogeneity versus functional homogeneity
NB Basu, PSC Rao, HE Winzeler, S Kumar, P Owens, V Merwade
Water resources research 46 (4), 2010
682010
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