Lawrence Band
Lawrence Band
Ernest Ern Professor of Environmental Science and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Topographic partition of watersheds with digital elevation models
LE Band
Water resources research 22 (1), 15-24, 1986
Increased salinization of fresh water in the northeastern United States
SS Kaushal, PM Groffman, GE Likens, KT Belt, WP Stack, VR Kelly, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of …, 2005
Effects of spatial variability and scale with implications to hydrologic modeling
EF Wood, M Sivapalan, K Beven, L Band
Journal of hydrology 102 (1-4), 29-47, 1988
Coupled atmosphere–biophysics–hydrology models for environmental modeling
RL Walko, LE Band, J Baron, TGF Kittel, R Lammers, TJ Lee, D Ojima, ...
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 39 (6), 931-944, 2000
Down by the riverside: urban riparian ecology
PM Groffman, DJ Bain, LE Band, KT Belt, GS Brush, JM Grove, RV Pouyat, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1 (6), 315-321, 2003
Nitrogen fluxes and retention in urban watershed ecosystems
PM Groffman, NL Law, KT Belt, LE Band, GT Fisher
Ecosystems 7 (4), 393-403, 2004
Mapping regional forest evapotranspiration and photosynthesis by coupling satellite data with ecosystem simulation
SW Running, RR Nemani, DL Peterson, LE Band, DF Potts, LL Pierce, ...
Ecology 70 (4), 1090-1101, 1989
Tracking nonpoint source nitrogen pollution in human-impacted watersheds
SS Kaushal, PM Groffman, LE Band, EM Elliott, CA Shields, C Kendall
Environmental science & technology 45 (19), 8225-8232, 2011
RHESSys: Regional Hydro-Ecologic Simulation System—An object-oriented approach to spatially distributed modeling of carbon, water, and nutrient cycling
CL Tague, LE Band
Earth interactions 8 (19), 1-42, 2004
Forest ecosystem processes at the watershed scale: sensitivity to remotely-sensed leaf area index estimates
R Nemani, L Pierce, S Running, L Band
International journal of remote sensing 14 (13), 2519-2534, 1993
Beyond urban legends: an emerging framework of urban ecology, as illustrated by the Baltimore Ecosystem Study
STA Pickett, ML Cadenasso, JM Grove, PM Groffman, LE Band, ...
BioScience 58 (2), 139-150, 2008
Forest ecosystem processes at the watershed scale: incorporating hillslope hydrology
LE Band, P Patterson, R Nemani, SW Running
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 63 (1-2), 93-126, 1993
Simulating runoff behavior in an urbanizing watershed
SE Brun, LE Band
Computers, environment and urban systems 24 (1), 5-22, 2000
GIS and land surface-subsurface process modeling
ID Moore, AK Turner, JP Wilson, SK Jenson, LE Band
Environmental modeling with GIS, 196-230, 1993
Export of nitrogen from catchments within a temperate forest: Evidence for a unifying mechanism regulated by variable source area dynamics
IF Creed, LE Band
Water Resources Research 34 (11), 3105-3120, 1998
Regulation of nitrate‐N release from temperate forests: A test of the N flushing hypothesis
IF Creed, LE Band, NW Foster, IK Morrison, JA Nicolson, RS Semkin, ...
Water Resources Research 32 (11), 3337-3354, 1996
Soil nitrogen cycle processes in urban riparian zones
PM Groffman, NJ Boulware, WC Zipperer, RV Pouyat, LE Band, ...
Environmental science & technology 36 (21), 4547-4552, 2002
Hillslope hydrology in global change research and earth system modeling
Y Fan, M Clark, DM Lawrence, S Swenson, LE Band, SL Brantley, ...
Water Resources Research 55 (2), 1737-1772, 2019
Reanalysis of global terrestrial vegetation trends from MODIS products: Browning or greening?
Y Zhang, C Song, LE Band, G Sun, J Li
Remote Sensing of Environment 191, 145-155, 2017
Key ecological responses to nitrogen are altered by climate change
TL Greaver, CM Clark, JE Compton, D Vallano, AF Talhelm, CP Weaver, ...
Nature Climate Change 6 (9), 836-843, 2016
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