Gretchen R. Miller
Gretchen R. Miller
Associate Professor of Water Resources Engineering, Texas A&M University
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Groundwater uptake by woody vegetation in a Mediterranean oak savanna
GR Miller, X Chen, D Baldocchi, Y Rubin
Water Resour. Res 46, W10503, 2010
An analysis of soil moisture dynamics using multi-year data from a network of micrometeorological observation sites
GR Miller, DD Baldocchi, BE Law, T Meyers
Advances in water resources 30 (5), 1065-1081, 2007
Comparison of tree transpiration under wet and dry canopy conditions in a Costa Rican premontane tropical forest
LMT Aparecido, GR Miller, AT Cahill, GW Moore
Hydrological processes 30 (26), 5000-5011, 2016
A groundwater–soil–plant–atmosphere continuum approach for modelling water stress, uptake, and hydraulic redistribution in phreatophytic vegetation
S Gou, G Miller
Ecohydrology 7 (3), 1029-1041, 2014
Mapping potential groundwater‐dependent ecosystems for sustainable management
S Gou, S Gonzales, GR Miller
Groundwater 53 (1), 99-110, 2015
Leaf surface traits and water storage retention affect photosynthetic responses to leaf surface wetness among wet tropical forest and semiarid savanna plants
LMT Aparecido, GR Miller, AT Cahill, GW Moore
Tree Physiology 37 (10), 1285-1300, 2017
Understanding ecohydrological connectivity in savannas: a system dynamics modelling approach
GR Miller, JM Cable, AK McDonald, B Bond, TE Franz, L Wang, S Gou, ...
Ecohydrology, 2011
The dynamics of energy, water, and carbon fluxes in a blue oak (Quercus douglasii) savanna in California
D Baldocchi, Q Chen, X Chen, S Ma, G Miller, Y Ryu, J Xiao, R Wenk, ...
Ecosystem Function in Savannas, 135-154, 2010
The importance of bank storage in supplying baseflow to rivers flowing through compartmentalized, alluvial aquifers
KA Rhodes, T Proffitt, T Rowley, PSK Knappett, D Montiel, N Dimova, ...
Water Resources Research 53 (12), 10539-10557, 2017
Characterizing ecohydrological and biogeochemical connectivity across multiple scales: a new conceptual framework
L Wang, C Zou, F O'Donnell, S Good, T Franz, GR Miller, KK Caylor, ...
Ecohydrology 5 (2), 221-233, 2012
Upscaling transpiration in diverse forests: insights from a tropical premontane site
GW Moore, G Orozco, LMT Aparecido, GR Miller
Ecohydrology 11 (3), e1920, 2018
Assessing aquifer storage and recovery feasibility in the Gulf Coastal Plains of Texas
WB Smith, GR Miller, Z Sheng
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 14, 92-108, 2017
Modeling Vadose Zone Processes during Land Application of Food‐Processing Waste Water in California's Central Valley
GR Miller, Y Rubin, KU Mayer, PH Benito
Journal of environmental quality 37 (S5), S-43-S-57, 2008
Precipitation mediates sap flux sensitivity to evaporative demand in the neotropics
C Grossiord, B Christoffersen, AM Alonso-Rodríguez, ...
Oecologia 191, 519-530, 2019
A statistical method for estimating wood thermal diffusivity and probe geometry using in situ heat response curves from sap flow measurements
X Chen, GR Miller, Y Rubin, DD Baldocchi
Tree physiology 32 (12), 1458-1470, 2012
Water quality in Lemoa, Guatemala
AC Elmore, GR Miller, B Parker
Environmental geology 48, 901-907, 2005
Modeling of a groundwater circulation well removal action alternative
GR Miller, AC Elmore
Practice Periodical of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Management 9 …, 2005
Monitoring agroecosystem productivity and phenology at a national scale: A metric assessment framework
DM Browning, ES Russell, GE Ponce-Campos, N Kaplan, AD Richardson, ...
Ecological Indicators 131, 108147, 2021
Modeling land surface processes over a mountainous rainforest in Costa Rica using CLM4. 5 and CLM5
J Song, GR Miller, AT Cahill, LMT Aparecido, GW Moore
Geoscientific Model Development 13 (11), 5147-5173, 2020
Simulating groundwater uptake and hydraulic redistribution by phreatophytes in a high-resolution, coupled subsurface-land surface model
S Gou, GR Miller, C Saville, RM Maxwell, IM Ferguson
Advances in Water Resources 121, 245-262, 2018
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