Martha Conklin
Martha Conklin
Professor of Engineering, University of California, Merced
Zweryfikowany adres z ucmerced.edu - Strona główna
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Estimating stream temperature from air temperature: implications for future water quality
JC Morrill, RC Bales, MH Conklin
Journal of Environmental Engineering 131 (1), 139-146, 2005
3692005
Electrochemical and spectroscopic study of arsenate removal from water using zero-valent iron media
J Farrell, J Wang, P O'Day, M Conklin
Environmental Science & Technology 35 (10), 2026-2032, 2001
3332001
The effect of water content on solute transport in unsaturated porous media
IY Padilla, TCJ Yeh, MH Conklin
Water Resources Research 35 (11), 3303-3313, 1999
2451999
Understanding soluble arsenate removal kinetics by zerovalent iron media
N Melitas, J Wang, M Conklin, P O'Day, J Farrell
Environmental science & technology 36 (9), 2074-2081, 2002
1732002
Characterizing multiple timescales of stream and storage zone interaction that affect solute fate and transport in streams
J Choi, JW Harvey, MH Conklin
Water Resources Research 36 (6), 1511-1518, 2000
1692000
Metal ion-sulfur (IV) chemistry. 3. Thermodynamics and kinetics of transient iron (III)-sulfur (IV) complexes
MH Conklin, MR Hoffmann
Environmental science & technology 22 (8), 899-907, 1988
1481988
Processes of nickel and cobalt uptake by a manganese oxide forming sediment in Pinal Creek, Globe Mining District, Arizona
JT Kay, MH Conklin, CC Fuller, PA O'Day
Environmental science & technology 35 (24), 4719-4725, 2001
1402001
SO2 uptake on ice spheres: Liquid nature of the ice‐air interface
MH Conklin, RC Bales
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 98 (D9), 16851-16855, 1993
1171993
Predicting changes in hydrologic retention in an evolving semi-arid alluvial stream
JW Harvey, MH Conklin, RS Koelsch
Advances in Water Resources 26 (9), 939-950, 2003
1062003
Electrochemical study of arsenate and water reduction on iron media used for arsenic removal from potable water
N Melitas, M Conklin, J Farrell
Environmental science & technology 36 (14), 3188-3193, 2002
1012002
Modeling CO2 degassing and pH in a stream–aquifer system
J Choi, SM Hulseapple, MH Conklin, JW Harvey
Journal of Hydrology 209 (1-4), 297-310, 1998
901998
Streamflow generation from snowmelt in semi‐arid, seasonally snow‐covered, forested catchments, Valles Caldera, New Mexico
F Liu, RC Bales, MH Conklin, ME Conrad
Water Resources Research 44 (12), 2008
802008
Competitive complexation of trace metals with dissolved humic acid.
Y Cao, M Conklin, E Betterton
Environmental health perspectives 103 (suppl 1), 29-32, 1995
801995
Derived functions of time domain reflectometry for soil moisture measurement
C Yu, AW Warrick, MH Conklin
Water Resources Research 35 (6), 1789-1796, 1999
741999
Two‐and three‐parameter calibrations of time domain reflectometry for soil moisture measurement
C Yu, AW Warrick, MH Conklin, MH Young, M Zreda
Water Resources Research 33 (10), 2417-2421, 1997
741997
Seasonal and interannual variation of streamflow pathways and biogeochemical implications in semi‐arid, forested catchments in Valles Caldera, New Mexico
F Liu, R Parmenter, PD Brooks, MH Conklin, RC Bales
Ecohydrology: Ecosystems, Land and Water Process Interactions …, 2008
722008
Atmosphere‐snow transfer function for H2O2: Microphysical considerations
MH Conklin, A Sigg, A Neftel, RC Bales
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 98 (D10), 18367-18376, 1993
721993
In situ spectroscopic and solution analyses of the reductive dissolution of MnO2 by Fe (II)
JE Villinski, PA O'Day, TL Corley, MH Conklin
Environmental science & technology 35 (6), 1157-1163, 2001
692001
Sulfur dioxide reactions on ice surfaces: Implications for dry deposition to snow
MH Conklin, RA Sommerfeld, SK Laird, JE Villinski
Atmospheric Environment. Part A. General Topics 27 (2), 159-166, 1993
661993
Effect of soil type on water quality improvement during soil aquifer treatment
DM Quanrud, RG Arnold, LG Wilson, MH Conklin
Water Science and Technology 33 (10-11), 419-431, 1996
621996
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