George M Hornberger


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George M

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Hornberger

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2018-05 Minimizing irrigation water demand: An evaluation of shifting planting dates in Sri Lanka in AMBIO
  • 2016-12 Sources of salinity and arsenic in groundwater in southwest Bangladesh in GEOCHEMICAL TRANSACTIONS
  • 2006-07 Simulation of Stream Water Alkalinity Concentrations using Coupled Models of Soil air CO2 and Stream Water Chemistry in BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
  • 2004-12 Spatial and temporal simulation of soil CO2 concentrations in a small forested catchment in Virginia in BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
  • 1998-03 The effect of distribution of iron-oxyhydroxide grain coatings on the transport of bacterial cells in porous media in ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
  • 1994-01 Hydrological controls on dissolved organic carbon during snowmelt in the Snake River near Montezuma, Colorado in BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
  • 1991 Mountains of Western Virginia in ACIDIC DEPOSITION AND AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS
  • 1989 Estimating Time Delays and Extent of Regional De-Acidification in Southern Norway in Response to Several Deposition Scenarios in REGIONAL ACIDIFICATION MODELS
  • 1989 Estimating Uncertainty in Long-Term Reconstructions in REGIONAL ACIDIFICATION MODELS
  • 1986-09 Comparison of paleolimnological with magic model reconstructions of water acidification in WATER, AIR, & SOIL POLLUTION
  • 1986 Comparison of Paleolimnological with Magic Model Reconstructions of Water Acidification in ACIDIC PRECIPITATION
  • 1983 An Approach to the Analysis of Behavior and Sensitivity in Environmental Systems in UNCERTAINTY AND FORECASTING OF WATER QUALITY
  • 1979-01 Freshwater reserves of mid-atlantic coast barrier Islands in ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
  • 1976-06 The calibration of a phytoplankton growth model using batch culture data in WATER, AIR, & SOIL POLLUTION
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