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Glenn Moglen
Glenn Moglen
USDA Agricultural Research Service
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On the sensitivity of drainage density to climate change
GE Moglen, EAB Eltahir, RL Bras
Water resources research 34 (4), 855-862, 1998
2051998
The effect of spatial heterogeneities on geomorphic expression in a model of basin evolution
GE Moglen, RL Bras
Water Resources Research 31 (10), 2613-2623, 1995
2011995
Space-time scale sensitivity of the Sacramento model to radar-gage precipitation inputs
BD Finnerty, MB Smith, DJ Seo, V Koren, GE Moglen
Journal of Hydrology 203 (1-4), 21-38, 1997
1911997
Forecasting the combined effects of urbanization and climate change on stream ecosystems: from impacts to management options
KC Nelson, MA Palmer, JE Pizzuto, GE Moglen, PL Angermeier, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (1), 154-163, 2009
1842009
How to avoid train wrecks when using science in environmental problem solving
LE Benda, LN Poff, C Tague, MA Palmer, J Pizzuto, S Cooper, E Stanley, ...
BioScience 52 (12), 1127-1136, 2002
1732002
Ecological forecasting and the urbanization of stream ecosystems: challenges for economists, hydrologists, geomorphologists, and ecologists
C Nilsson, JE Pizzuto, GE Moglen, MA Palmer, EH Stanley, NE Bockstael, ...
Ecosystems 6 (7), 659-674, 2003
1502003
A multiobjective optimization approach to smart growth in land development
SA Gabriel, JA Faria, GE Moglen
Socio-Economic planning sciences 40 (3), 212-248, 2006
1482006
Impact of the spatial distribution of imperviousness on the hydrologic response of an urbanizing basin
AI Meja, GE Moglen
Hydrological Processes 24 (23), 3359-3373, 2010
1342010
Trend assessment in rainfall-runoff behavior in urbanizing watersheds
RE Beighley, GE Moglen
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 7 (1), 27-34, 2002
1302002
Adjusting measured peak discharges from an urbanizing watershed to reflect a stationary land use signal
RE Beighley, GE Moglen
Water resources research 39 (4), 2003
1052003
The importance of spatially heterogeneous erosivity and the cumulative area distribution within a basin evolution model
GE Moglen, RL Bras
Geomorphology 12 (3), 173-185, 1995
991995
Similarity and length scale for spatially varied overland flow
PY Julien, GE Moglen
Water Resources Research 26 (8), 1819-1832, 1990
991990
A Sediment Budget for an Urbanizing Watershed, 1951‐1996, Montgomery County, Maryland, U.S.A.1
NE Allmendinger, JE Pizzuto, GE Moglen, M Lewicki
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 43 (6), 1483-1498, 2007
872007
Multicriterion stormwater management methods
RH McCuen, GE Moglen
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 114 (4), 414-431, 1988
871988
Multifractal analysis: pitfalls of standard procedures and alternatives
D Veneziano, GE Moglen, RL Bras
Physical Review E 52 (2), 1387, 1995
841995
Spatial patterns of urban development from optimization of flood peaks and imperviousness-based measures
AI Meja, GE Moglen
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 14 (4), 416-424, 2009
782009
Spatial distribution of imperviousness and the space‐time variability of rainfall, runoff generation, and routing
AI Meja, GE Moglen
Water Resources Research 46 (7), 2010
732010
Limiting imperviousness: are threshold-based policies a good idea?
GE Moglen, S Kim
Journal of the American Planning Association 73 (2), 161-171, 2007
712007
EFFECT OF ORIENTATION OF SPATIALLY DISTRIBUTED CURVE NUMBERS IN RUNOFF CALCULATIONS1
GE Moglen
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 36 (6), 1391-1400, 2000
712000
SPATIALLY EXPLICIT HYDROLOGIC MODELING OF LAND USE CHANGE1
GE Moglen, RE Beighley
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 38 (1), 241-252, 2002
662002
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