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Publications in 2017:

[132] Bennett, K.E., Bohn, T., Solander, K., McDowell, N.G., Xu, G., Vivoni, E.R. and Middleton, K.S. 2017. Climate Change and Climate-driven Disturbances in the San Juan River sub-basin of the Colorado River. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions. (In Review).

[131] Bohn, T.J., and Vivoni, E.R. 2017. Comment on 'Regional impacts of irrigation in Mexico and southwestern U.S. on hydrometeorological fields in the North American Monsoon region', by Mahalov et al. (2016). Journal of Hydrometeorology. (In Press).

[130] Cazares-Rodriguez, J.E., Vivoni, E.R., and Mascaro, G. 2017. Comparison of Two Watershed Models for Addressing Stakeholder Flood Mitigation Strategies: Case Study of Hurricane Alex in Monterrey, México. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering. 22(9): 05017018, 1-16.

[129] Eakin, H., Bojorquez-Tapia, L.A., Janssen, M.A., Georgescu, M., Manuel-Navarrette, D., Vivoni, E.R., Escalante, A.E., Baeza-Castro, A., Mazari-Hiriart, M., and Lerner, A.M. 2017. Urban Resilience Efforts Must Consider Social and Political Forces. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 114(2): 186-189.

[128] Kropp, H., Ogle, K., Vivoni, E.R., and Hultine, K. 2017. The Sensitivity of Evapotranspiration to Inter-Specific Plant Neighbor Interactions: Implications for Models. Ecosystems. (In Press).

[127] Mayer, A.S., Vivoni, E.R., Kossak, D., Halvorsen, K.E., and Robles-Morua, A. 2017. Participatory Modeling Workshops in a Water-stressed Basin Result in Gains in Modeling Capacity but Reveal Disparity in Water Resources Management Priorities. Water Resources Management. (In Press).

[126] Whitney, K.M., Vivoni, E.R., Duniway, M., Bradford, J., Reed, S.C., and Belnap, J. 2017. Ecohydrological Role of Biological Soil Crusts Across a Gradient in Levels of Development. Ecohydrology. (In Press).

Publications in 2016:

[125] Anderson, C.A., and Vivoni, E.R. 2016. Impact of Land Surface States within the Flux Footprint on Daytime Land-Atmosphere Coupling in Two Semiarid Ecosystems of the Southwestern U.S. Water Resources Research. 52: 4785-4800.

[124] Benson-Lira, V., Georgescu, M., Kaplan, S., and Vivoni, E.R. 2016. Loss of a Lake System in a Megacity: The Impact of Urban Expansion on Seasonal Meteorology in Mexico City. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres. 121(7): 3079-3099.

[123] Bohn, T.J., and Vivoni, E.R. 2016. Process-Based Characterization of Evapotranspiration Sources over the North American Monsoon Region. Water Resources Research. 52: 358-384.

[122] Fatichi, S., Vivoni, E.R., Ogden, F.L., Ivanov, V.Y., Mirus, B., Gochis, D., Downer, C.W., Camporese, M., Davidson, J.H., Ebel, B., Jones, N., Kim, J., Mascaro, G., Niswonger, R., Restrepo, P., Rigon, R., Shen, C., Sulis, M., and Tarboton, D. 2016. An Overview of Current Applications, Challenges and Future Trends of Distributed Process-based Models in Hydrology. Journal of Hydrology. 537: 45-60.

[121] Ko, A., Mascaro, G., and Vivoni, E.R. 2016. Irrigation Impacts on Scaling Properties of Soil Moisture and the Calibration of a Multifractal Downscaling Algorithm. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing. 54(6): 3128-3142.

[120] Mascaro, G., and Vivoni, E.R. 2016. On the Observed Hysteresis in Field-Scale Soil Moisture Variability and its Physical Controls. Environmental Research Letters. 11(8): 084008.

[119] Méndez-Barroso, L.A., Vivoni, E.R., and Mascaro, G. 2016. Impact of Spatially-variable Soil Thickness and Texture on Simulated Hydrologic Conditions in a Semiarid Watershed in Northwest Mexico. Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Geologicas. 33(3): 365-377.

[118] Piras, M., Mascaro, G., Deidda, R., and Vivoni, E.R. 2016. Impacts of Climate Change on Precipitation and Discharge Extremes through the Use of Statistical Downscaling Approaches in a Mediterranean Basin. Science of the Total Environment. 543: 952–964.

[117] Rossi, M.W., Whipple, K.X., and Vivoni, E.R. 2016. Precipitation and Evapotranspiration Controls on Event-scale Runoff Variability in the Contiguous United States and Puerto Rico. Journal of Geophysical Research – Earth Surface. 121: 128-145.

[116] Schreiner-McGraw, A.P., Vivoni, E.R., Mascaro, G., and Franz, T.E. 2016. Closing the Water Balance with Cosmic-ray Soil Moisture Measurements and Assessing Their Relation with Evapotranspiration in Two Semiarid Watersheds. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 20: 329-345.

[115] Villarreal, S., Vargas, R., Yepez, E., Acosta, J.S., Castro, A., Escoto-Rodriguez, M., Lopez, E., Martinez-Osuan, J., Rodriguez, J.C., Smith, S., Vivoni, E.R., and Watts C.J. 2016. Contrasting Precipitation Patterns Influence Complexity in Evapotranspiration Dynamics in Water-limited Shrublands. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences. 121(2): 494-508.

Publications in 2015:

[114] Browning, D.M., Rango, A., Karl, J.W., Laney, C.M., Vivoni, E.R., and Tweedie, C.E. 2015. Emerging Technological and Cultural Shifts Advancing Dryland Research and Management. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13(1): 52-60.

[113] Hawkins, G.A., Vivoni, E.R., Robles-Morua, A., Mascaro, G., Rivera, E., and Dominguez, F. 2015. A Climate Change Projection for Summer Hydrologic Conditions in a Semiarid Watershed of Central Arizona. Journal of Arid Environments. 118: 9-20.

[112] Mascaro, G., Vivoni, E.R., and Mendez-Barroso, L.A. 2015. Hyperresolution Hydrologic Modeling in a Regional Watershed and its Interpretation using Empirical Orthogonal Functions. Advances in Water Resources. 83: 190-206.

[111] Monger, C., Sala, O.E., Duniway, M., Goldfus, H., Meir, I.A., Poch, R.M., Throop, H.L., and Vivoni, E.R. 2015. Legacy Effects in Linked Ecological-Soil-Geomorphic Systems of Drylands. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13(1): 13-19.

[110] Okin, G.S., Moreno-de las Heras, M., Saco, P.M., Throop, H.L., Vivoni, E.R., Parsons, A.J., Wainwright, J., and Peters, D.P.C. 2015. Connectivity in Dryland Landscapes: Shifting Concepts of Spatial Interactions. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13(1): 20-27.

[109] Robles-Morua, A., Che, D., Mayer, A.S., and Vivoni, E.R. 2015. Hydrologic Assessment of Proposed Reservoirs in the Sonora River Basin, Mexico, under Historical and Future Climate Scenarios. Hydrological Sciences Journal. 60(1): 50-66.

[108] Verduzco, V.S., Garatuza-Payan, J., Yepez, E.A., Watts, C.J., Rodriguez, J.C., Robles-Morua, A., and Vivoni, E.R. 2015. Variations of Net Ecosystem Production due to Seasonal Precipitation Differences in a Tropical Dry Forest of Northwest Mexico. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences. 120(10): 2081-2094.

[107] Volo, T.J., Vivoni, E.R., and Ruddell, B.L. 2015. An Ecohydrological Approach to Conserving Urban Water through Optimized Landscape Irrigation Schedules. Landscape and Urban Planning. 133: 127-132.

[106] Yetemen, O., Istanbulluoglu, E.I., Flores-Cervantes, J.H., Vivoni, E.R., and Bras, R.L. 2015. Ecohydrologic Role of Solar Radiation on Landscape Evolution. Water Resources Research. 51(2): 1127-1157.

Publications in 2014:

[105] Chow, W.T.L., Volo, T.J., Vivoni, E.R, Jenerette, G.D., and Ruddell, B.L. 2014. Seasonal Dynamics of a Suburban Energy Balance in Phoenix, Arizona. International Journal of Climatology. 34(15): 3863–3880.

[104] Flores-Cervantes, J.H., Istanbulluoglu, E., Vivoni, E.R., Holifield Collins, C.D., and Bras, R.L. 2014. A Geomorphic Perspective on Terrain-modulated Organization of Vegetation Productivity: Analysis in Two Semiarid Grassland Ecosystems in Southwestern United States.Ecohydrology. 7(2): 242-257.

[103] Forzieri, G., Feyen, L., Cescatti, A., and Vivoni, E.R. 2014. Spatial and Temporal Variations in Ecosystem Response to Monsoon Precipitation Variability in Southwestern North America.Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences. 119(10): 1999-2017.

[102] Mahmood, T.H., and Vivoni, E.R. 2014. Forest Ecohydrological Response to Bimodal Precipitation during Contrasting Winter to Summer Transitions.Ecohydrology. 7(3): 998-1013.

[101] Mascaro, G., Vivoni, E.R., Gochis, D.J., Watts, C.J., and Rodriguez, J.C. 2014. Temporal Downscaling and Statistical Analysis of Rainfall across a Topographic Transect in Northwest Mexico.Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 53(4): 910-927.

[100] Mendez-Barroso, L.A., Vivoni, E.R., Robles-Morua, A., Mascaro, G., Yepez, E.A., Rodriguez, J.C., Watts, C.J., Garatuza-Payan, J., and Saiz-Hernandez, J. 2014. A Modeling Approach Reveals Differences in Evapotranspiration and Its Partitioning in Two Semiarid Ecosystems in Northwest Mexico. Water Resources Research. 50(4): 3229–3252.

[99] Moreno, H.A, Vivoni, E.R., and Gochis, D.J. 2014. Addressing Uncertainty in Reflectivity-Rainfall Relations in Mountain Watersheds during Summer Convection. Hydrological Processes. 28(3): 688-704.

[98] Pierini, N.A., Vivoni, E.R., Robles-Morua, A., Scott, R.L., and Nearing, M.A. 2014. Using Observations and a Distributed Hydrologic Model to Explore Runoff Threshold Processes Linked with Mesquite Encroachment in the Sonoran Desert. Water Resources Research. 50(10): 8191–8215.

[97] Piras, M., Mascaro, G., Deidda, R., and Vivoni, E.R. 2014. Quantification of Hydrologic Impacts of Climate Change in a Mediterranean Basin in Sardinia, Italy, through High-resolution Simulations. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 18(12): 5201-5217.

[96] Robles-Morua, A., Halvorsen, K., Mayer, A.S., and Vivoni, E.R. 2014. Exploring the Application of Participatory Modeling Approaches in the Sonora River Basin, Mexico. Environmental Modelling and Software. 52: 273-282.

[95] Tarin, T.T., Yepez, E.A., Garatuza-Payan, J., Watts, C.J., Rodriguez, J.C., Vivoni, E.R., and Méndez-Barroso, L.A. 2014. Evapotranspiration Partitioning with Stable Isotopes in Ecohydrological Studies. Tecnologia y Ciencias del Agua. 5(3): 97-114. (In Spanish).

[94] Templeton, R.C., Vivoni, E.R., Méndez-Barroso, L.A., Pierini, N.A., Anderson, C.A., Rango, A., Laliberte, A.S., and Scott, R.L. 2014. High-Resolution Characterization of a Semiarid Watershed: Implications on Evapotranspiration Estimates. Journal of Hydrology. 509: 306-319.

[93] Vivoni, E.R., Rango, A., Anderson, C.A., Pierini, N.A., Schreiner-McGraw, A., Saripalli, S., and Laliberte, A.S. 2014. Ecohydrology with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. Ecosphere. 5(10): art130.

[92] Volo, T.J., Vivoni, E.R., Martin, C.A., Earl, S., and Ruddell, B.L. 2014. Modelling Soil Moisture, Water Partitioning and Plant Water Stress under Irrigated Conditions in Desert Urban Areas. Ecohydrology. 7(5): 1297-1313.

[91] Xiang, T.T., Vivoni, E.R., and Gochis, D.J. 2014. Seasonal Evolution of Ecohydrological Controls on Land Surface Temperature over Complex Terrain. Water Resources Research. 50(5): 3852-3874.

Publications in 2013:

[90] Cruz-Bautista, F., Rodriguez, J.C., Watts, C.J., Vivoni, E.R., Yepez, E.A., Robles-Morua, A., Garatuza-Payan, J., Tarin, T., and Schreiner-McGraw, A.P. 2013. In Situ Calibration of COSMOS Sensor to Determine the Soil Moisture at an Intermediate Scale (~1 km). Terra Latinoamericana. 31(4): 315-324. (In Spanish).

[89] Forzieri, G., Vivoni, E.R., and Feyen, L. 2013. Ecosystem Biophysical Memory in the Southwestern North America Climate System. Environmental Research Letters. 8(4): 044016, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/4/044016.

[88] Gutiérrez-Jurado, H.A., Vivoni, E.R., Cikoski, C., Harrison, J.B.J., Bras, R.L., and Istanbulluoglu, E. 2013. On the Observed Ecohydrologic Dynamics of a Semiarid Basin with Aspect-Delimited Ecosystems. Water Resources Research, 49(12): 8263-8284, doi:10.1002/2013WR014364.

[87] Gutiérrez-Jurado, H.A., and Vivoni, E.R. 2013. Ecogeomorphic Expressions of an Aspect-controlled Semiarid Basin: I. Topographic Analyses with High Resolution Data Sets.Ecohydrology. 6(1): 8-23.

[86] Gutiérrez-Jurado, H.A., and Vivoni, E.R. 2013. Ecogeomorphic Expressions of an Aspect-controlled Semiarid Basin: II. Topographic and Vegetation Controls on Solar Irradiance.Ecohydrology. 6(1): 24-37.

[85] Mascaro, G., Piras, M., Deidda, R., and Vivoni, E.R. 2013. Distributed Hydrologic Modeling of a Sparsely-monitored Basin in Sardinia, Italy, through Hydrometeorological Downscaling.Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 17(10): 4143-4158.

[84] Moreno, H.A., Vivoni, E.R., and Gochis, D.J. 2013. Limits to Flood Forecasting in the Colorado Front Range for Two Summer Convection Periods using Radar Nowcasting and a Distributed Hydrologic Model. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 14(4): 1075-1097.

[83] Vargas, R., Yepez, E.A., Andrade, J.L., Angeles, G., Arredondo, T., Castellanos, A.E., Delgado, J., Garatuza-Payan, J., Gonzalez del Castillo, E., Oechel, W., Sanchez-Azofeifa, A., Velasco, E., Vivoni, E.R., and Watts, C.J. 2013. Progress and Opportunities for Monitoring Greenhouse Gases Fluxes in Mexican Ecosystems: The MexFlux Network. Atmosfera. 26(3): 325-336.

[82] Zhou, X., Istanbulluoglu, E., and Vivoni, E.R. 2013. Modeling the Ecohydrological Role of Aspect-controlled Radiation on Tree-Grass-Shrub Coexistence in a Semiarid Climate. Water Resources Research. 49(5): 2872–2895, doi:10.1002/wrcr.20259.

Publications in 2012:

[81] Mascaro, G., and Vivoni, E.R. 2012. Comparison of Statistical and Multifractal Properties of Soil Moisture and Brightness Temperature from ESTAR and PSR during SGP99.IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters. 9(3): 373-377.

[80] Mascaro, G., and Vivoni, E.R. 2012. Utility of Coarse and Downscaled Soil Moisture Products at L-band for Hydrologic Modeling at the Catchment Scale.Geophysical Research Letters. 39, L10403, doi:10.1029/2012GL051809.

[79] Moreno, H.A., Vivoni, E.R., and Gochis, D.J. 2012. Utility of Quantitative Precipitation Estimates for High Resolution Hydrologic Forecasts in Mountain Watersheds of the Colorado Front Range.Journal of Hydrology. 438-439: 66-83.

[78] Robles-Morua, A., Vivoni, E.R., and Mayer, A.S. 2012. Distributed Hydrologic Modeling in Northwest Mexico Reveals the Links between Runoff Mechanisms and Evapotranspiration.Journal of Hydrometeorology. 13: 785-807.

[77] Robles-Morua, A., Mayer, A.S., Auer, M.T., and Vivoni, E.R. 2012. Modeling Riverine Pathogen Fate and Transport in Mexican Rural Communities and its Associated Public Health Implications. Journal of Environmental Management. 113: 61-70.

[76] Tang, Q., Vivoni, E.R., Munoz-Arriola, F., and Lettenmaier, D.P. 2012. Predictability of Evapotranspiration Patterns using Remotely-Sensed Vegetation Dynamics during the North American Monsoon.Journal of Hydrometeorology. 13: 103-121.

[75] Vivoni, E.R. 2012. Spatial Patterns, Processes and Predictions in Ecohydrology: Integrating Technologies to Meet the Challenge.Ecohydrology. 5(3): 235–241.

[74] Vivoni, E.R. 2012. Diagnosing Seasonal Vegetation Impacts on Evapotranspiration and its Partitioning at the Catchment Scale during SMEX04-NAME.Journal of Hydrometeorology. 13: 1631-1638.

Publications in 2011:

[73] Forzieri, G., Castelli, F., and Vivoni, E.R. 2011. Vegetation Dynamics within the North American Monsoon Region.Journal of Climate. 24(6): 1763-1783.

[72] Forzieri, G., Guarnieri, L., Vivoni, E.R., Castelli, F., and Preti, F. 2011. Spectral-ALS Data Fusion for Different Roughness Parameterizations of Forested Floodplains.River Research and Applications. 27(7): 826-840.

[71] Mahmood, T.H., and Vivoni, E.R. 2011. A Climate-Induced Threshold in Hydrologic Response in a Semiarid Ponderosa Pine Hillslope.Water Resources Research. 47, W09529, doi:10.1029/2011WR010384.

[70] Mahmood, T.H., and Vivoni, E.R. 2011. Breakdown of Hydrologic Patterns upon Model Coarsening at Hillslope Scales and Implications for Experimental Design.Journal of Hydrology. 411(3-4): 309-321.

[69] Mascaro, G., Vivoni, E.R., and Deidda, R. 2011. Soil Moisture Downscaling Across Climate Regimes and Its Emergent Properties.Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres. 116, D22114, doi:10.1029/2011JD016231.

[68] Nikolopoulus, E.I., Anagnostou, E.N., Borga, M., Vivoni, E.R., and Papadopoulus, A. 2011. Sensitivity of a Mountain Basin Flash Flood to Initial Wetness Condition and Rainfall Variability.Journal of Hydrology. 402: 165-178.

[67] Vivoni, E.R., Mascaro, G., Mniszewski, S., Fasel, P., Springer, E.P., Ivanov, V.Y., and Bras, R.L. 2011. Real-world Hydrologic Assessment of a Fully-Distributed Hydrological Model in a Parallel Computing Environment.Journal of Hydrology. 409: 483-496.

Publications in 2010:

[66] Brito-Castillo, L., Vivoni, E.R., Gochis, D.J., Filonov, A., Tereshchenko, I., and Monzon, C. 2010. An Anomaly in the Occurrence of the Month of Maximum Precipitation Distribution in Northwest Mexico.Journal of Arid Environments. 74(5): 531-539.

[65] Forzieri, G., Moser, G., Vivoni, E.R., Castelli, F., and Canovaro, F. 2010. Riparian Vegetation Mapping for Hydraulic Roughness Estimation using Very High Resolution Remote Sensing Data Fusion.Journal of Hydraulic Engineering. 136(11): 855-867.

[64] Forzieri, G., Castelli, F., and Vivoni, E.R. 2010. A Predictive Multidimensional Model of Vegetation Anomalies derived from Remote-Sensing Observations.IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing. 48(4): 1729-1741.

[63] Gochis, D.J., Vivoni, E.R., and Watts, C.J. 2010. The Impact of Soil Depth on Land Surface Energy and Water Fluxes in the North American Monsoon Region.Journal of Arid Environments. 74(5): 564-571.

[62] Liuzzo, L., Noto, L.V., Vivoni, E.R., and La Loggia, G. 2010. Basin-scale Water Resources Assessment in Oklahoma under Synthetic Climate Change Scenarios using a Fully-Distributed Hydrological Model.Journal of Hydrologic Engineering. 15(2): 107-122.

[61] Mascaro, G., Vivoni, E.R., and Deidda, R. 2010. Implications of Ensemble Quantitative Precipitation Forecast Errors on Distributed Streamflow Forecasting.Journal of Hydrometeorology. 11(1): 69-86.

[60] Mascaro, G., Vivoni, E.R., and Deidda, R. 2010. Physical Controls on the Scale-dependence of Ensemble Streamflow Forecast Dispersion.Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. 10: 1605-1615.

[59] Mascaro, G., and Vivoni, E.R. 2010. Statistical and Scaling Properties of Remotely-sensed Soil Moisture in Two Contrasting Domains in the North American Monsoon Region.Journal of Arid Environments. 74(5): 572-578.

[58] Mascaro, G., Vivoni, E.R., and Deidda, R. 2010. Downscaling Soil Moisture in the Southern Great Plains through a Calibrated Multifractal Model for Land Surface Modeling Applications.Water Resources Research. 46: W08546, doi:10.1029/2009WR008855.

[57] Mendez-Barroso, L.A., and Vivoni, E.R. 2010. Observed Shifts in Land Surface Conditions during the North American Monsoon: Implications for a Vegetation-Rainfall Feedback Mechanism.Journal of Arid Environments. 74(5): 549-555.

[56] Vivoni, E.R., Rodriguez, J.C., and Watts, C.J. 2010. On the Spatiotemporal Variability of Soil Moisture and Evapotranspiration in a Mountainous Basin within the North American Monsoon Region.Water Resources Research. 46: W02509, doi:10.1029/2009WR008240.

[55] Vivoni, E.R., Watts, C.J., Rodriguez, J.C., Garatuza-Payan, J., Mendez-Barroso, L.A., and Saiz-Hernandez, J.A. 2010. Improved Land-Atmosphere Relations through Distributed Footprint Sampling in a Subtropical Scrubland during the North American Monsoon.Journal of Arid Environments. 74(5): 579-584.

[54] Vivoni, E.R., Watts, C.J., and Gochis, D.J. 2010. Land Surface Ecohydrology of the North American Monsoon System. Journal of Arid Environments. 74(5): 529-530.

[53] Yetemen, O., Istanbulluoglu, E., and Vivoni, E.R. 2010. The Implications of Geology, Soils, and Vegetation on Landscape Morphology: Inferences from Semiarid Basins with Complex Vegetation Patterns in Central New Mexico.Geomorphology. 116: 246-263.

Publications in 2009:

[52] Forzieri, G., Guarneri, L., Vivoni, E.R., Castelli, F., and Preti, F. 2009. Multiple Attribute Decision Making for Individual Tree Detection using High-resolution Laser Scanning.Forest Ecology and Management. 258: 2501-2510.

[51] Kleissl, J., Watts, C.J., Rodriguez, J.C., Naif, S., and Vivoni, E.R. 2009. Scintillometer Intercomparison Study - Continued.Boundary-Layer Meteorology. 130: 437-443.

[50] Martinet, M.C., Vivoni, E.R., Cleverly, J.R., Thibault, J.R., Schuetz, J.F., and Dahm, C.N. 2009. On Groundwater Fluctuations, Evapotranspiration and Understory Removal in Riparian Corridors.Water Resources Research. 45: W05425, doi:10.1029/2008WR007152.

[49] Mendez-Barroso, L.A., Vivoni, E.R., Watts, C.J., and Rodriguez, J.C. 2009. Seasonal and Interannual Relation between Precipitation, Surface Soil Moisture and Vegetation Dynamics in the North American Monsoon Region.Journal of Hydrology. 377: 59-70.

[48] Tarolli, P., Arrowsmith, J.R., and Vivoni, E.R. 2009. Understanding Earth Surface Processes from Remotely Sensed Digital Terrain Models.Geomorphology. 113: 1-3.

[47] Vivoni, E.R., Tai, K., and Gochis, D.J. 2009. Effects of Initial Soil Moisture on Rainfall Generation and Subsequent Hydrologic Response during the North American Monsoon.Journal of Hydrometeorology. 10(3): 644-664.

[46] Vivoni, E.R., Aragon, C.A., Malczynski, L., and Tidwell, V. C. 2009. Semiarid Watershed Response in Central New Mexico and Its Sensitivity to Climate Variability and Change.Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 9: 715-733.

Publications in 2008:

[45] Bindlish, R., Jackson, T.J., Gasiewski, A.J., Stankov, B., Cosh, M.H., Mladenova, I., Vivoni, E.R., Lakshmi, V., Watts, C.J., and Keefer, T. 2008. Aircraft-based Soil Moisture Retrievals in Mixed Vegetation and Topographic conditions.Remote Sensing of Environment. 112(2): 375-390.

[44] Brooks, P.D., and Vivoni, E.R. 2008. Mountain Ecohydrology: Quantifying the Role of Vegetation in the Water Balance of Montane Catchments.Ecohydrology. 1(3): 187-192.

[43] Dominguez, F., Kumar, P., and Vivoni, E.R. 2008. Precipitation Recycling Variability and Ecoclimatological Stability - A study using NARR data. Part II: North American Monsoon Region.Journal of Climate. 21(20): 5187-5203.

[42] Forman, B.A., Vivoni, E.R., and Margulis, S.A. 2008. Evaluation of Ensemble-based Distributed Hydrologic Model Response with Dissagregated Precipitation Products.Water Resources Research. 44: W12410, doi:10.1029/2008WR006983.

[41] Gebremichael, M., and Vivoni, E.R. 2008. Spatial Sampling Uncertainty in SMEX04 Soil Moisture Fields: A Data-based Resampling Experiment.Remote Sensing of Environment. 112(2): 326-336.

[40] Istanbulluoglu, E., Yetemen, O., Vivoni, E.R., Gutierrez-Jurado, H.A., and Bras, R.L. 2008. Eco-geomorphic Implications of Hillslope Aspect: Inferences from Analysis of Landscape Morphology in central New Mexico.Geophysical Research Letters. 35: L14403. doi:10.1029/2008GL034477.

[39] Ivanov, V.Y., Bras, R.L., and Vivoni, E.R. 2008. Vegetation-Hydrology Dynamics in Complex Terrain of Semiarid Areas. I. A Mechanistic Approach to Modeling Dynamic Feedbacks.Water Resources Research. 44: W03429, doi:10.1029/2006WR005588.

[38] Ivanov, V.Y., Bras, R.L., and Vivoni, E.R. 2008. Vegetation-Hydrology Dynamics in Complex Terrain of Semiarid Areas. II. Energy-Water Controls of Vegetation Spatiotemporal Dynamics and Topographic Niches of Favorability.Water Resources Research. 44: W03430, doi:10.1029/2006WR005595.

[37] Mahmood, T.H., and Vivoni, E.R. 2008. Evaluation of Distributed Soil Moisture Simulations through Field Observations during the North American Monsoon in Redondo Creek, New Mexico.Ecohydrology. 1(3): 271-287.

[36] Mascaro, G., Deidda, R., and Vivoni, E.R. 2008. A New Verification Method to Ensure Consistent Ensemble Forecasts through Calibrated Precipitation Downscaling Models.Monthly Weather Review. 136(9): 3374-3391.

[35] Méndez-Barroso, L.A., Garatuza-Payán, J., and Vivoni, E.R. 2008. Quantifying Water Stress on Wheat using Remote Sensing in the Yaqui Valley, Sonora, Mexico.Agricultural Water Management. 95(6): 725-736.

[34] Noto, L.V., Ivanov, V.Y., Bras, R.L., and Vivoni, E.R. 2008. Effects of Initialization on Response of a Fully-Distributed Hydrologic Model.Journal of Hydrology. 352(1-2): 107-125.

[33] Rinehart, A.J., Vivoni, E.R., and Brooks, P.D. 2008. Effects of Vegetation, Albedo and Solar Radiation Sheltering on the Distribution of Snow in the Valles Caldera, New Mexico.Ecohydrology. 1(3): 253-270.

[32] Vivoni, E.R., Di Benedetto, F., Grimaldi, S., and Eltahir, E.A.B. 2008. Hypsometric Control on Surface and Subsurface Runoff.Water Resources Research. 44: W12502, doi:10.1029/2008WR006931.

[31] Vivoni, E.R., Rinehart, A.J., Mendez-Barroso, L.A., Aragon, C.A., Bisht, G., Cardenas, M.B., Engle, E., Forman, B.A., Frisbee, M.D., Gutierrez-Jurado, H.A., Hong, S., Mahmood, T.H., Tai, K., and Wyckoff, R.L. 2008. Vegetation controls on soil moisture distribution in the Valles Caldera, New Mexico, during the North American monsoon.Ecohydrology. 1(3): 225-238.

[30] Vivoni, E.R., Moreno, H.A., Mascaro, G., Rodriguez, J.C., Watts, C.J., Garatuza-Payan, J., and Scott, R.L. 2008. Observed Relation between Evapotranspiration and Soil Moisture in the North American Monsoon Region.Geophysical Research Letters. 35: L22403, doi:10.1029/2008GL036001.

[29] Vivoni, E.R., Gebremichael, M., Watts, C.J., Bindlish, R., and Jackson, T. J. 2008. Comparison of Ground-based and Remotely-Sensed Surface Soil Moisture Estimates over Complex Terrain during SMEX04.Remote Sensing of Environment. 112(2): 314-325.

Publications in 2007:

[28] Gebremichael, M., Vivoni, E.R., Watts, C.J., and Rodriguez, J.C. 2007. Sub-mesoscale Spatiotemporal Variability of North American Monsoon Rainfall over Complex Terrain.Journal of Climate. 20(9): 1751-1773.

[27] Gutiérrez-Jurado, H.A., Vivoni, E.R., Istanbulluoglu, E., and Bras, R.L. 2007. Ecohydrological Response to a Geomorphically Significant Flood Event in a Semiarid Catchment with Contrasting Ecosystems.Geophysical Research Letters. 34: L24S25, doi:10.1029/2007GL030994.

[26] Vivoni, E.R., Gutiérrez-Jurado, H.A., Aragón, C.A., Méndez-Barroso, L.A., Rinehart, A.J., Wyckoff, R.L., Rodríguez, J.C., Watts, C.J., Bolten, J.D., Lakshmi, V., and Jackson, T.J. 2007. Variation of Hydrometeorological Conditions along a Topographic Transect in northwestern Mexico during the North American Monsoon Journal of Climate. 20(9): 1792-1809.

[25] Vivoni, E.R., Entekhabi, D., and Hoffman, R.N. 2007. Error propagation of Radar Rainfall Nowcasting Fields through a Fully-Distributed Flood Forecasting Model.Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 46(6): 932-940.

[24] Vivoni, E.R., Entekhabi, D., Bras, R.L., and Ivanov, V.Y. 2007. Controls on Runoff Generation and Scale-dependence in a Distributed Hydrologic Model.Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 11(5): 1683-1701.

Publications in 2006:

[23] Gutiérrez-Jurado, H.A., Vivoni, E.R., Harrison, J.B.J., and Guan, H. 2006. Ecohydrology of Root Zone Water Fluxes and Soil Development in Complex Semiarid Rangelands.Hydrological Processes. 20(15): 3289-3316.

[22] Nardi, F., Vivoni, E.R., and Grimaldi, S. 2006. Investigating a Floodplain Scaling Relation using a Hydrogeomorphic Delineation Method.Water Resources Research. 42(9): W09409. doi:10.1029/2005WR004155.

[21] Newman, B.D., Vivoni, E.R., and Groffman, A.R. 2006. Surface Water-Groundwater Interactions in Semiarid Drainages of the American Southwest.Hydrological Processes. 20(15): 3371-3394.

[20] Newman, B.D., Wilcox, B.P., Archer, S., Breshears, D.D., Dahm, C.N., Duffy, C.J., McDowell, N.G., Phillips, F.M., Scanlon, B.R., and Vivoni, E.R. 2006. The Ecohydrology of Arid and Semiarid Environments: A Scientific Vision.Water Resources Research. 42: W06302, doi:10.1029/2005WR004141.

[19] Van Horne, M.P., Vivoni, E.R., Entekhabi, D., Hoffman, R.N., and Grassotti, C. 2006. Evaluating the effects of image filtering in short-term radar rainfall forecasting for hydrological applications.Meteorological Applications. 13(3): 289-303.

[18] Vivoni, E.R., Entekhabi, D., Bras, R.L., Ivanov, V.Y., Van Horne, M.P., Grassotti, C., and Hoffman, R.N. 2006. Extending the Predictability of Hydrometeorological Flood Events using Radar Rainfall Nowcasting.Journal of Hydrometeorology. 7(4): 660-677.

[17] Vivoni, E.R., Bowman, R.S., Wyckoff, R.L., Jakubowski, R.T., and Richards, K.E. 2006. Analysis of a Monsoon Flood Event in an Ephemeral Tributary and Its Downstream Hydrologic Effects.Water Resources Research. 42(3): W03404, doi: 10.1029/2005WR004036.

Publications in 2005:

[16] Guan, H., Vivoni, E.R., and Wilson, J.L. 2005. Effects of Atmospheric Teleconnections on Seasonal Precipitation in Mountainous Regions of the Southwestern US: A Case Study in Northern New Mexico.Geophysical Research Letters. 32(23): L23701, doi: 10.1029/2005GL023759.

[15] Falorni, G., Teles, V., Vivoni, E.R., Bras, R.L., and Amaratunga, K.S. 2005. Analysis and Characterization of the Vertical Accuracy of Digital Elevation Models from the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission.Journal of Geophysical Research - Earth Surface. 110(F2): F02005, doi:10.1029/2003JF000113.

[14] Vivoni, E.R., and Richards, K.T. 2005. Integrated Use of GIS-based Field Sampling and Modeling for Hydrologic and Water Quality Studies.Journal of Hydroinformatics. 7(4): 235-250.

[13] Vivoni, E.R., Teles, V., Ivanov, V.Y., Bras, R.L., and Entekhabi, D. 2005. Embedding Landscape Processes into Triangulated Terrain Models. International Journal of Geographical Information Science. 19(4): 429-457.

[12] Vivoni, E.R., Ivanov, V.Y., Bras, R.L., and Entekhabi, D. 2005. On the Effects of Triangulated Terrain Resolution on Distributed Hydrologic Model Response.Hydrological Processes. 19(11): 2101-2122.

[11] Xie, H., Zhou, X., Vivoni, E.R., Hendrickx, J.M.H., and Small, E.E. 2005. GIS-based NEXRAD Stage III Precipitation Database: Automated Approaches for Data Processing and Visualization.Computers & Geosciences. 31(1): 65-76.

[10] Xie, H., Zhou, X., Hendrickx, J.M.H.,Vivoni, E.R., Guan, H., Tian, Y.Q., and Small, E.E. 2005. Comparison of NEXRAD Stage III and Gauge Precipitation Estimates over a Semiarid Region.Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 42(1): 237-256.

Publications in 2004:

[9] Reed, S., Koren, V., Smith, M., Zhang, Z., Moreda, F., Seo, D.-J., and DMIP Participants. 2004. Overall Distributed Model Intercomparison Project Results.Journal of Hydrology. 298(1-4): 27-60.

[8] Ivanov, V.Y., Vivoni, E.R., Bras, R.L., and Entekhabi, D. 2004. Preserving High-Resolution Surface and Rainfall Data in Operational-scale Basin Hydrology: A Fully-distributed Physically-based Approach.Journal of Hydrology. 298(1-4): 80-111.

[7] Ivanov, V.Y., Vivoni, E.R., Bras, R.L., and Entekhabi, D. 2004. Catchment Hydrologic Response with a Fully-distributed Triangulated Irregular Network Model.Water Resources Research. 40(11): W11102, 10.1029/2004WR003218.

[6] Vivoni, E.R., Grimaldi, S., Nardi, F., Ivanov, V.Y., Castelli, F., Bras, R.L., and Ubertini, L. 2004. Assessing Hydrological Extreme Events with Geospatial Data and Models.EOS Transactions, American Geophysical Union. 85(39): 371, 375.

[5] Vivoni, E.R., Ivanov, V.Y., Bras, R.L., and Entekhabi, D. 2004. Generation of Triangulated Irregular Networks based on Hydrological Similarity.Journal of Hydrologic Engineering. 9(4): 288-302.

Publications in 2003:

[4] Grassotti, C., Hoffman, R.N., Vivoni, E.R., and Entekhabi, D. 2003. Multiple Timescale Intercomparison of Two Radar Products and Rain Gauge Observations over the Arkansas-Red River Basin.Weather and Forecasting. 18(6): 1207-1229.

[3] Vivoni, E.R., and Camilli, R. 2003. Real-time Streaming of Environmental Field Data.Computers & Geosciences. 29: 457-468.

Publications in 2000:

[2] Nepf, H.M., and Vivoni, E.R. 2000. Flow Structure in Depth-Limited, Vegetated Flow.Journal of Geophysical Research, Oceans. 105(C12): 28,547-28,558.

Publications in 1996:

[1] Prager, E.J., Southard, J.B., and Vivoni, E.R. 1996. Experiments on the entrainment threshold of well-sorted and poorly sorted carbonate sands. Sedimentology. 43(1): 33-40.