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A. Lee, M.B. Cardenas and A. Aubeneau. The Sensitivity of Hyporheic Exchange to Fractal Properties of Riverbeds.

P. V. Femeena, I. Chaubey, A. Aubeneau, S. McMillan, P.D. Wagner and N. Fohrer. An improved process-based representation of stream solute transport in the SWAT model

P. V. Femeena, I. Chaubey, A. Aubeneau, S. McMillan, P. Wagner and N. Fohrer Merging OTIS and QUAL2E models to develop an enhanced physically-based model for nutrient transport in streams


25. L. Bertassello, P.S.C. Rao, J. Jawitz, A. Aubeneau and G. Botter. (2019, accepted) Wetlandscape hydrologic dynamics driven by shallow groundwater and landscape topography. Hydrological Processes.

24. T. Riis, J.L. Tank, P.S. Levi, A. J. Reisinger, A. Aubeneau, K. Roche, D. Bolster, A. Baattrup-Pedersen and A. Alnoee. (2019) Riverine macrophytes control seasonal nutrient uptake via both physical and biological pathways.  Freshwater Biology. pdf

23. L. E. Bertassello, J. W. Jawitz, A. Aubeneau, G. Botter and P. S. C. Rao. (2019) Stochastic hydrological dynamics of wetlandscapes: Ecohydrological implications of hydro-climatic forcing and landscape configuration. Science of the Total Environment. pdf

22. S. Mishra, D. Kneis, T. Berendonk and A. Aubeneau. (2019) Optimum positioning of wastewater treatment plants in a river network: A model-based approach to minimize microbial pollution. Science of the Total Environment. pdf

21. A. Li, A. Aubeneau, T. King, R.M. Cory, B.T. Neilson, D. Bolster and A.I. Packman. (2019) Effects of Vertical Hydrodynamic Mixing on Photomineralization of Dissolved Organic Carbon in Arctic Surface Waters. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts. pdf

20. K. Roche, A. Shogren, A. Aubeneau, J. Tank and D. Bolster. (2019) Modeling benthic vs. hyporheic nutrient uptake in unshaded streams with varying substrates. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeoscience. pdf

19. P.V. Femeena, I. Chaubey, A. Aubeneau, S. McMillan, P.D. Wagner and N. Fohrer. (2019) Simple regression models can act as calibration-substitute to predict transient storage parameters in streams. Advances in Water Resources. pdf

18. L. Bertassello, P.S.C. Rao, J. Jawitz, G. Botter, P. Kumar, P. Le and A. Aubeneau. (2018) Wetlandscape fractal topography. Geophysical Research Letters. pdf

17. B. Hanrahan, J. Tank, A.F. Aubeneau and D. Bolster. (2018) Substrate-specific biofilms control nutrient uptake in experimental streams. Freshwater Science. pdf

16. L. E. Bertassello, P.S.C. Rao, G. Botter and A. Aubeneau. (2018) Topographic analysis of wetlandscapes: fractal dimension and scaling properties. EPiC Series in Engineering3, 217-226. pdf

15. K. R. Roche, G. Blois, J. L. Best, K. Christensen, A. F. Aubeneau and A. I. Packman. (2018) Turbulence links momentum and solute exchange in coarse-grained streambeds. Water Resources Research. Editor’s Choice Award pdf

14. T. Aquino, K.R. Roche, A.F. Aubeneau, A.I. Packman and D. Bolster. (2017) A Process-Based Model for Bioturbation-Induced Mixing. Scientific Reports. pdf

13. A. Li, A. Aubeneau, D. Bolster, J.L. Tank and A.I. Packman. (2017) Covariation in patterns of turbulence‐driven hyporheic flow and denitrification enhances reach‐scale nitrogen removal. Water Resources Research. pdf

12. T. Aquino, A.F. Aubeneau, G. McGrath, D. Bolster and S. Rao. (2017) Noise-Driven Return Statistics: Scaling and Truncation in Stochastic Storage Processes. Scientific Reports. pdf

11. K. Roche, A.F. Aubeneau, M. Xie, T. Aquino, D. Bolster, and A.I. Packman. (2016) An integrated experimental and modeling approach to predict sediment mixing from benthic burrowing behavior. Environmental Science and Technology. pdf

10. A.F. Aubeneau, B. Hanrahan, D. Bolster and J. Tank. (2016) Substrate size and biofilm growth control anomalous transport in streams. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeoscience. pdf

9. A.F. Aubeneau, R. Martin, D. Bolster, R. Schumer, D. Jerolmack and A.I. Packman. (2015) Fractal patterns in riverbed morphology produce fractal scaling of water storage times. Geophysical Research Letters. pdf

8. T. Aquino, A.F. Aubeneau and D. Bolster. (2015) Peak and Tail Scaling of Breakthrough Curves in River Flow. Advances in Water Resources. pdf

7. A.F. Aubeneau, B. Hanrahan, D. Bolster and J. Tank. (2014) Substrate size and heterogeneity control anomalous transport in small streams. Geophysical Research Letters. pdf

6. A. F. Aubeneau, J.D. Drummond, R. Schumer, D. Bolster, J.L. Tank and A.I. Packman. (2014) Effects of benthic and hyporheic reactive transport on breakthrough curves. Freshwater Science. pdf

5. J.D. Drummond, A. F. Aubeneau and A.I. Packman. (2014) Stochastic modeling of fine particulate organic carbon dynamics in rivers. Water Resources Research. pdf

4. S. H. Stonedahl, J.W. Harvey, J.M. Detty, A.F. Aubeneau and A.I. Packman (2012). Evaluating the predictability of stream hyporheic flow with a multi-scale model. Water Resources Research. pdf

3. J.W. Harvey, J.D. Drummond, R. Martin, L. McPhillips, A.I. Packman, D.J. Jerolmack, S.H. Stonedahl, A.F. Aubeneau, A.H. Sawyer, L.G. Larsen and C.R. Tobias (2012). Stream solute and fine sediment transport interactions with dynamic hyporheic flow and mobile bedforms. Journal of Geophysical Research. pdf

2. J.D. Drummond, T. Covino, A.F. Aubeneau, D. Leong , S. Patil, R. Schumer and A.I. Packman (2012). Effects of solute breakthrough curve tail truncation on residence time estimates: a synthesis of solute tracer injection studies. Journal of Geophysical Research. pdf

1. S.E. Thompson, N.B. Basu, J. Lascurain Jr., A.F. Aubeneau and P.S.C. Rao (2011). Relative dominance of hydrologic versus biogeochemical factors on solute export across impact gradients. Water Resources Research. pdf