Aditi Bhaskar
Aditi Bhaskar
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Colorado State University
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Stormwater management network effectiveness and implications for urban watershed function: A critical review
AJ Jefferson, AS Bhaskar, KG Hopkins, R Fanelli, PM Avellaneda, ...
Hydrological Processes 31 (23), 4056-4080, 2017
Will it rise or will it fall? Managing the complex effects of urbanization on base flow
AS Bhaskar, L Beesley, MJ Burns, TD Fletcher, P Hamel, CE Oldham, ...
Freshwater Science 35 (1), 293-310, 2016
Urban base flow with low impact development
AS Bhaskar, DM Hogan, SA Archfield
Hydrological Processes 30 (18), 3156-3171, 2016
Water balances along an urban-to-rural gradient of metropolitan Baltimore, 2001–2009
AS Bhaskar, C Welty
Environmental & Engineering Geoscience 18 (1), 37-50, 2012
Resolving hyporheic and groundwater components of streambed water flux using heat as a tracer
AS Bhaskar, JW Harvey, EJ Henry
Water Resources Research 48 (8), 2012
Untangling the effects of urban development on subsurface storage in B altimore
AS Bhaskar, C Welty, RM Maxwell, AJ Miller
Water Resources Research 51 (2), 1158-1181, 2015
Groundwater recharge amidst focused stormwater infiltration
AS Bhaskar, DM Hogan, JR Nimmo, KS Perkins
Hydrological Processes 32 (13), 2058-2068, 2018
Changes in event‐based streamflow magnitude and timing after suburban development with infiltration‐based stormwater management
KG Hopkins, AS Bhaskar, SA Woznicki, RM Fanelli
Hydrological processes 34 (2), 387-403, 2020
Analysis of subsurface storage and streamflow generation in urban watersheds
AS Bhaskar, C Welty
Water Resources Research 51 (3), 1493-1513, 2015
The case for an open water balance: Re‐envisioning network design and data analysis for a complex, uncertain world
SK Kampf, SJ Burges, JC Hammond, A Bhaskar, TP Covino, A Eurich, ...
Water Resources Research 56 (6), e2019WR026699, 2020
Hydrologic signals and surprises in US streamflow records during urbanization
AS Bhaskar, KG Hopkins, BK Smith, TA Stephens, AJ Miller
Water Resources Research 56 (9), e2019WR027039, 2020
Relationships between riparian evapotranspiration and groundwater depth along a semiarid irrigated river valley
MR Lurtz, RR Morrison, TK Gates, GB Senay, AS Bhaskar, DG Ketchum
Hydrological Processes 34 (8), 1714-1727, 2020
An analytical approach to ascertain saturation‐excess versus infiltration‐excess overland flow in urban and reference landscapes
RD Stewart, AS Bhaskar, AJ Parolari, DL Herrmann, J Jian, LA Schifman, ...
Hydrological Processes 33 (26), 3349-3363, 2019
Spatial and seasonal response of municipal water use to weather across the contiguous US
NF Opalinski, AS Bhaskar, DT Manning
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 56 (1), 68-81, 2020
Stormwater control impacts on runoff volume and peak flow: A meta‐analysis of watershed modelling studies
CD Bell, JM Wolfand, CL Panos, AS Bhaskar, RL Gilliom, TS Hogue, ...
Hydrological Processes 34 (14), 3134-3152, 2020
Coupling of the water cycle with patterns of urban growth in the Baltimore metropolitan region, United States
AS Bhaskar, C Jantz, C Welty, SA Drzyzga, AJ Miller
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 52 (6), 1509-1523, 2016
Lawn irrigation contributions to semi‐arid urban baseflow based on water‐stable isotopes
NK Fillo, AS Bhaskar, AJ Jefferson
Water Resources Research 57 (8), e2020WR028777, 2021
Forward and backward temporal probability distributions of sorbing solutes in groundwater
RM Neupauer, JL Wilson, A Bhaskar
Water resources research 45 (1), 2009
Lessons learned from 20 y of monitoring suburban development with distributed stormwater management in Clarksburg, Maryland, USA
KG Hopkins, SA Woznicki, BM Williams, CC Stillwell, E Naibert, MJ Metes, ...
Freshwater Science 41 (3), 459-476, 2022
Spatial arrangement of stormwater infiltration affects subsurface storage and baseflow
BE Choat, AS Bhaskar
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 25 (11), 04020048, 2020
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