Ken Reckhow
Ken Reckhow
Professor Emeritus, Duke University
Verified email at duke.edu
TitleCited byYear
Evaluation of the role of phonological STM in the development of vocabulary in children: A longitudinal study
SE Gathercole, AD Baddeley
Journal of memory and language 28 (2), 200-213, 1989
2388*1989
AN EXAMINATION OF LAND USE ‐ NUTRIENT EXPORT RELATIONSHIPS1
MN Beaulac, KH Reckhow
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 18 (6), 1013-1024, 1982
5291982
A Bayesian network of eutrophication models for synthesis, prediction, and uncertainty analysis
ME Borsuk, CA Stow, KH Reckhow
Ecological Modelling 173 (2-3), 219-239, 2004
5012004
Engineering approaches for lake management; Volume 1: Data analysis and empirical modeling
KH Reckhow, SC Chapra
Butterworth Publishers Boston. 1983. 340, 1983
376*1983
Modeling phosphorus loading and lake response under uncertainty: A manual and compilation of export coefficients
KH Reckhow, MN Beaulac, JT Simpson
US Environmental Protection Agency 440, 5-80, 1980
2971980
Statistical issues for monitoring ecological and natural resources in the United States
AR Olsen, J Sedransk, D Edwards, CA Gotway, W Liggett, S Rathbun, ...
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 54 (1), 1-45, 1999
2381999
Water quality simulation modeling and uncertainty analysis for risk assessment and decision making
KH Reckhow
Ecological Modelling 72 (1-2), 1-20, 1994
2201994
Water quality prediction and probability network models
KH Reckhow
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56 (7), 1150-1158, 1999
1991999
A procedure using modeling and error analysis for the prediction of lake phosphorus concentration from land use information
KH Reckhow, JT Simpson
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 37 (9), 1439-1448, 1980
1831980
A Bayesian hierarchical model to predict benthic oxygen demand from organic matter loading in estuaries and coastal zones
ME Borsuk, D Higdon, CA Stow, KH Reckhow
Ecological Modelling 143 (3), 165-181, 2001
1672001
Stakeholder values and scientific modeling in the Neuse River watershed
M Borsuk, R Clemen, L Maguire, K Reckhow
Group Decision and Negotiation 10 (4), 355-373, 2001
1482001
Eutrophication risk assessment using Bayesian calibration of process-based models: application to a mesotrophic lake
GB Arhonditsis, SS Qian, CA Stow, EC Lamon, KH Reckhow
ecological modelling 208 (2-4), 215-229, 2007
1462007
Exploring ecological patterns with structural equation modeling and Bayesian analysis
GB Arhonditsis, CA Stow, LJ Steinberg, MA Kenney, RC Lathrop, ...
Ecological Modelling 192 (3-4), 385-409, 2006
1462006
Importance of scientific uncertainty in decision making
KH Reckhow
Environmental Management 18 (2), 161-166, 1994
1461994
Comparison of estuarine water quality models for total maximum daily load development in Neuse River Estuary
CA Stow, C Roessler, ME Borsuk, JD Bowen, KH Reckhow
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 129 (4), 307-314, 2003
1352003
Predicting the frequency of water quality standard violations: A probabilistic approach for TMDL development
ME Borsuk, CA Stow, KH Reckhow
Environmental Science & Technology 36 (10), 2109-2115, 2002
1292002
Bayesian inference in non‐replicated ecological studies
KH Reckhow
Ecology 71 (6), 2053-2059, 1990
1151990
On the application of multilevel modeling in environmental and ecological studies
SS Qian, TF Cuffney, I Alameddine, G McMahon, KH Reckhow
Ecology 91 (2), 355-361, 2010
1142010
COMPILATION OF MEASURED NUTRIENT LOAD DATA FOR AGRICULTURAL LAND USES IN THE UNITED STATES1
D Harmel, S Potter, P Casebolt, K Reckhow, C Green, R Haney
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 42 (5), 1163-1178, 2006
1022006
Integrated approach to total maximum daily load development for Neuse River Estuary using Bayesian probability network model (Neu-BERN)
ME Borsuk, CA Stow, KH Reckhow
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 129 (4), 271-282, 2003
932003
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