J. Randall Etheridge
J. Randall Etheridge
Assistant Professor, Department of Engineering, East Carolina University
Verified email at ecu.edu
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Using in situ ultraviolet‐visual spectroscopy to measure nitrogen, carbon, phosphorus, and suspended solids concentrations at a high frequency in a brackish tidal marsh
JR Etheridge, F Birgand, JA Osborne, CL Osburn, MR Burchell, J Irving
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 12 (1), 10-22, 2014
Seasonal variation in the quality of dissolved and particulate organic matter exchanged between a salt marsh and its adjacent estuary
CL Osburn, MP Mikan, JR Etheridge, MR Burchell, F Birgand
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 120 (7), 1430-1449, 2015
Quantifying nutrient and suspended solids fluxes in a constructed tidal marsh following rainfall: The value of capturing the rapid changes in flow and concentrations
JR Etheridge, F Birgand, MR Burchell II
Ecological Engineering 78, 41-52, 2015
Addressing the fouling of in situ ultraviolet‐visual spectrometers used to continuously monitor water quality in brackish tidal marsh waters
JR Etheridge, F Birgand, MR Burchell, BT Smith
Journal of Environmental Quality 42 (6), 1896-1901, 2013
Ecological recycling agriculture can reduce inorganic nitrogen losses–model results from three Finnish catchments
K Granlund, K Rankinen, R Etheridge, P Seuri, J Lehtoranta
Agricultural Systems 133, 167-176, 2015
Valuation of nitrogen retention as an ecosystem service on a catchment scale
K Rankinen, K Granlund, R Etheridge, P Seuri
Hydrology Research 45 (3), 411-424, 2014
Quantifying the Water Quality Benefits of a Constructed Brackish Marsh and Tidal Stream System Using Continuous Water Quality and Flow Monitoring.
JR Etheridge
Reducing uncertainty in the calibration and validation of the INCA-N model by using soft data
J Randall Etheridge, A Lepistö, K Granlund, K Rankinen, F Birgand, ...
Hydrology Research 45 (1), 73-88, 2014
Eco-ethnography and citizen science: Lessons from within
CA Grace-McCaskey, B Iatarola, AK Manda, JR Etheridge
Society & Natural Resources 32 (10), 1123-1138, 2019
Can created tidal marshes reduce nitrate export to downstream estuaries?
JR Etheridge, MR Burchell II, F Birgand
Ecological Engineering 105, 314-324, 2017
Wetland conditions differentially influence nitrogen processing within waterfowl impoundments
BR Hinckley, JR Etheridge, AL Peralta
Wetlands, 1-15, 2019
A citizen science approach to groundwater monitoring: The impacts of participation on knowledge and attitudes, and implications for management
C Grace-McCaskey, AK Manda, JR Etheridge, J O'Neill
GSA Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington, USA-2017, 2017
Alternative in-stream denitrification equation for the INCA-N model
JR Etheridge, F Birgand, MR Burchell II, A Lepistö, K Rankinen, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (4), 1467, 2014
Lessons learned from public participation in hydrologic engineering projects
JR Etheridge, AK Manda, C Grace-McCaskey, T Allen, H Hao
Hydrological Sciences Journal 65 (3), 325-334, 2020
Real‐Time Estimates of Escherichia coli Concentrations Using Ultraviolet‐Visible Spectrometers
JR Etheridge, M Randolph, C Humphrey
Journal of environmental quality 48 (2), 531-536, 2019
Calibration of the INCA-N Model in the Pyhäjoki and Yläneenjoki Catchments in Finland
JR Etheridge, A Lepistö, K Granlund, K Rankinen, MR Burchell II, ...
2010 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 20-June 23, 2010, 1, 2010
Are groundwater level data collected by citizen scientists trustworthy? A cautionary tale
AK Manda, JR Etheridge, C Grace‐McCaskey, TR Allen, R Howard
Groundwater, 2020
Storm Event Nitrogen Dynamics in Waterfowl Impoundments (vol 230, 294, 2019)
BR Hinckley, JR Etheridge, AL Peralta
Planning for Future Solar Farm Development in North Carolina: A Geographic Food Energy-Water Approach
S Curtis, R Etheridge, P Malali, AL Peralta
Southeastern Geographer 60 (1), 48-64, 2020
Storm Event Nitrogen Dynamics in Waterfowl Impoundments
BR Hinckley, JR Etheridge, AL Peralta
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 230 (12), 294, 2019
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