Publications

Journal Articles (* student or postdoc, chronological)

  1. Modi, P.*, D.R. Fuka*, and M. Easton. 2021. Impacts of climate change on terrestrial hydrological components and crop water use in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Journal of Hydrology Regional Studies. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrh.2021.100830
  2. Modi, P.*, D.R. Fuka*, and M. Easton. 2021. Data in Support of the Manuscript “Impacts of Climate Change on Terrestrial Hydrological Components and Crop Water Requirement in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Journal of Hydrology Regional Studies. https://doi.org/10.6084/M9.FIGSHARE.14049569
  3. Modi, P.*, J. Czuba, and M. Easton. 2021. Coupling a land surface model with a hydrodynamic model for regional flood risk assessment due to climate change: application to the Susquehanna River. Journal of Flood Risk Management. DOI:10.1111/(ISSN)1753-318X.
  4. Stephenson, K., W. Ferris*, E. Bock*, and M. Easton. 2021. Treatment of legacy nitrogen as a compliance option to meet Chesapeake Bay TMDL requirements. Environmental Science & Technology. (In Press).
  5. Twombly, C., J. Faulkner, A. Collick, M. Easton. 2021. Identification of P Index improvements through model comparisons across topographic regions in a small agricultural watershed in Vermont, USA. Soil Science Society of America Journal. http://doi.org/10.1002/saj2.20254
  6. Hood, R., G. Shenk, R. Dixon, W. Ball, J. Bash, P. Claggett, M. Easton, M. Friedrichs, T. Ihde, L. Linker, A. Miller, G. Noe, K. Rose, J. Testa, R. Tian, T. Veith, L. Wainger, D. Weller, J. Zhang. 2021. The Chesapeake Bay Program management modeling system: progress, challenges, and prospects. Ecological Modeling. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2021.109635
  7. Dos Reis B., M. Easton, R.R. White and D.R. Fuka *. 2021. A LoRa sensor network for monitoring pastured livestock location and activity. Translational Animal Science. https://doi.org/10.1093/tas/txab010
  8. Dos Reis B., D.R. Fuka*, M. Easton, and R.R. White. 2021. An open-source research tool to study triaxial inertial sensors for monitoring selected behaviors in sheep. Translational Animal Science 4(4):01 Oct 2020. doi.org/10.1093/tas/txaa188
  9. Dos Reis B., D.R. Fuka*, M. Easton, and R.R. White. 2021. An open-source microprocessor-based sensor for monitoring grazing animal behaviors. Journal of Dairy Science 103:9, 0022-0302
  10. Xu, Y., D. Bosch, M. Wagena*, A. Collick, and M. Easton. 2020. Reducing costs of mitigating nitrogen loadings by within- and cross-county targeting. Journal of Environmental Management. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.110333
  11. Wagena, M.B.*, D.G. Goering, A.S. Collick, E.M. Bock*, A.R. Buda, D.R. Fuka*, and M. Easton. 2020. A comparison of short-term streamflow forecasting using stochastic time series, neural networks, process-based, and Bayesian models. Environmental. Modeling & Software. https://10.1016/j.envsoft.2020.104669.
  12. Easton, Z.M., E.M. Bock*, and K. Stephenson. 2020. Feasibility of employing bioreactors to treat legacy nutrients in emergent groundwater. Environmental Science & Technology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.9b04919
  13. Bock, E.*, and M. Easton. 2020. Export of nitrogen and phosphorus from golf courses in the Mid Atlantic, are current export rates accurate? Journal of Environmental Management. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2019.109817
  14. Almadari, N., D. Sample, A. Ross, and M. Easton. 2020. Evaluating the impact of climate change on water quality and quantity in an urban watershed using an ensemble approach. Estuaries and Coasts. 1-17. 10.1007/s12237-019-00649-4.
  15. Wagena, M.B*., G. Bhatt, A.R. Sommerlot*, E. Buell*, D.R. Fuka*, and M. Easton. 2019. Quantifying structural model uncertainty using a Bayesian multi model ensemble. Environmental. Modeling & Software. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2019.03.013
  16. Kleinman, P., R. Fanelli, B. Hirsch, A.R. Buda, L. Wainger, C. Brosch, M. Lowenfish, A. Collick, M. Easton, A. Shirmohammadi, K. Boomer, J. Hubbart.. 2019. Phosphorus and the Chesapeake Bay – Lingering issues and emerging concerns for agriculture. Journal of Environmental Quality 2019 48:1191-1203. doi:10.2134/jeq2019.03.0112
  17. Xu, Y., D. Bosch, M. Wagena*, A. Collick, and M. Easton. 2019. Meeting water quality goals by spatial targeting under climate change. Journal of Environmental Management. 1-12. 10.1007/s00267-018-01133-8.
  18. Coleman, B.S.*, E.M. Bock*, andM. Easton. 2019. Biochar fails to enhance nutrient removal in woodchip bioreactor columns following saturation. Journal of Environmental Management. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2018.11.074.
  19. Wagena, M.B.*, A.S. Collick, A. Ross, B. Rau, R. Najjar, A. Sommerlot*, D.R. Fuka*, P.J. Kleinman, andM. Easton. 2018. Quantifying the impact of climate change and climate extremes on hydrologic and biogeochemical processes in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Science of the Total Environment. 637–638 (2018) 1443–1454. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.05.116.
  20. Bosch, D.J., M. Wagena*, A.C. Ross, A.S. Collick,M. Easton. 2018. Meeting water quality goals under climate change in Chesapeake Bay watershed, USA. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 1-19, https://doi.org/10.1111/1752-1688.12684
  21. Buchanan, B., D.A. Auerbach, J. Knighton, D. Evensen, D. R. Fuka*, M. Easton, M. Wieczorek, J.A. Archibald, B. McWilliams, and M.T. Walter. 2018. Estimating dominant runoff modes across the conterminous United States. Hydrological Processes. https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.13296
  22. Bock, E.M.*, andM. Easton. 2018. Effect of biochar, hydraulic residence time, and nutrient loading on greenhouse gas emission in laboratory-scale denitrifying bioreactors. Ecological Engineering. 120 (2018) 375–383. 120 (2018) 375–383.
  23. Bock, E.M.* andM. Easton. 2018. Performance of an under-loaded denitrifying bioreactor in the Virginia Coastal Plain. Journal of Environmental Management.217 (2018) 447e455 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman. 2018.03.111.
  24. Wagena, M.B.* andM. Easton. 2018. Conservation practices can help mitigate the impact of climate change. Science of the Total Environment. 635 (2018) 132–143. https://doi.org/ 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.04.110
  25. Easton, Z.M., P.J. Kleinman, A.R. Buda, D. Goering, N. Emberston, S. Reed, P.J. Drohan, M.T. Walter, Guinan, J.A. Lory, A.R. Sommerlot*, and A. Sharpley. 2017. Short-term forecasting tools for agricultural nutrient management. Journal of Environmental Quality. doi:10.2134/jeq2016.09.0377.
  26. Christianson, L., A.S. Collick, E. Bock*, P. Kleinman, and M. Easton. 2017. Enhanced denitrification bioreactors hold promise for Mid-Atlantic ditch drainage. Journal of Environmental Quality. doi:10.2134/ael2017.09.0032.
  27. Kleinman, P., A. Sharpley, M. Easton, J. Lory, D. Osmond, D. Radcliffe, N. Nelson, and T. Veith. 2017. The promise, practice and state of planning tools to assess site vulnerability to runoff phosphorus loss. Journal of Environmental Quality. 46: 6: 1243-1249. doi:10.2134/jeq2017.10.0395.
  28. Sharpley, A., P. Kleinman, C. Baffuat, Z.M. Easton, J. Lory, D. Osmond, and T. Veith. 2017. Verification of phosphorus site assessment tools: Lessons from the U.S Journal of Environmental doi:10.2134/jeq2016.11.0427.
  29. A.R.* and Z.M. Easton. 2017. Development of a free and open source web-based interface for distributed short-term hydrologic forecasts to support agricultural decision-making. Water. 9, 604; doi:10.3390/w9080604.
  30. Alamdari, N.*, D. Sample, A. Ross*, P Steinberg, and M. Easton. 2017. Assessing the effects of climate change on water quantity and quality in an urban watershed using a hydrologic model and assisted calibration. Water. 9, 464; doi:10.3390/w9070464
  31. DeBoe, G.*, E.M. Bock*, K. Stephenson, andM. Easton. 2017. Nutrient biofilters in the Virginia Coastal Plain: Nitrogen removal, cost, and potential adoption pathways. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 2017 72(2):139-149; doi:10.2489/jswc.72.2.139
  32. A.R.*, M.B. Wagena*, D.R. Fuka*, and Z.M. Easton. 2017. Coupling the short-term Global Forecast System weather data with a variable source area hydrologic model. Environmental. Modeling & Software. http://dx.doi.org/10.​1016/​j.​envsoft.​2016.​09.​0081364-8152.
  33. Wagena, M.B.*, A.R. Sommerlot*, E.M. Bock*, D.R. Fuka*, and M. Easton. 2017. Development of a nitrous oxide routine for the SWAT model to assess greenhouse gas emissions from agroecosystems. Environmental. Modeling & Software. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2016.11.013.
  34. Wagena, M,B.*, A. Sommerlot*, A. Abiy, D.R. Fuka*, A.S. Collick*, S. Langan, and M. Easton. 2016. Regional climate change In the Blue Nile Basin: Implications for water resource availability and sediment transport. Climatic Change. doi: 10.1007/s10584-016-1785-z.
  35. Fuka, D.R.*, A.S. Collick*, P. Kleinman, D. Auerbach, D, Harmel, and M. Easton. 2016. Improving the spatial representation of soil properties and hydrology using topographically derived initialization processes in the SWAT model. Hydrological Processes. doi: 10.1002/hyp.10899.
  36. Auerbach, D.,M. Easton, M.T. Walter, A.S. Flecker, and D.R. Fuka*. 2016. Evaluation of alternative weather forcing for hydrologic modeling in tropical basins of Puerto Rico. Hydrological Processes. doi:10.1002/hyp.10860.
  37. Collick, A.S.*, T.L. Veith, D.R. Fuka*, P.J.A. Kleinman, A.R. Buda, J.L. Weld, R.B. Bryant, P.A. Vadas, M.J. White, D. Harmel, and M. Easton. 2016. Improved simulation of edaphic and manure phosphorus loss in SWAT. Journal of Environmental Quality. doi:10.2134/jeq2015.03.0135
  38. Bock, E.M.*, B. Coleman*, and M. Easton. 2016. Effect of biochar on nitrate removal in a field-scale denitrifying bioreactor. Journal of Environmental Quality. doi: 10.2134/jeq2015.04.0179.
  39. Easton, Z.M.,E. Rogers*, J.M. Davis*, M. Eick and E.M. Bock*. 2015. Mitigation of sulfate reduction and nitrous oxide emission in denitrifying environments with amorphous iron oxide and biochar. Ecological Engineering. http://dx.DOI.org/10/1016/j.ecoleng20115.05.008.
  40. Kleinman, P.J.A., D.R. Smith, C.H. Bolster, and M. Easton. 2015. Phosphorus fate, management and modeling in artificially drained systems. Journal of Environmental Quality. 44:460–466. doi:10.2134/jeq2015. 02.0090.
  41. Radcliffe, D.E., D.K. Reid, K. Blombäck, C.H. Bolster, A.S. Collick*, M. Easton, W. Francesconi, D.R. Fuka*, H. Johnsson, K. King, M. Larsbo, M.A. Youssef, A.S. Mulkey, N.O. Nelson, K. Persson, J.J. Ramirez-Avila, F. Schmieder, and D.R. Smith. 2015. Applicability of models to predict phosphorus losses in drained fields: A review. Journal of Environmental Quality. 44:614–628. doi:10.2134/jeq2014.05. 0220.
  42. Rittenburg, R.A., A.L. Squires, J. Boll, E. Brooks, Z.M. Easton, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2015. Agricultural BMP Effectiveness and dominant hydrological flow paths: Concepts and a review. Journal of the American Water Research Association. DOI:10.1111/1752-1688.12293.
  43. Brooks, E.S., S.M. Saia, J. Boll, L. Wetzel, and M. Easton. 2015. Assessing BMP effectiveness and guiding BMP planning using process-based modeling. Journal of the American Water Research Association. DOI:10.1111/1752-1688.12296.
  44. Boll, J., T.S. Steenhuis, E.S. Brooks, L. Kurkalova, R.A. Rittenburg, A.L. Squires, G. Vellidis,M. Easton, and J.D. Wulfhorst. 2015. Featured collection introduction: Synthesis and analysis of Conservation Effects Assessment Projects for improved water quality. Journal of the American Water Research Association. DOI:10.1111/1752-1688.12297.
  45. Bock, E.*, N. Smith*, M. Rogers*, B. Coleman*, M. Reiter, B. Benham, and M. Easton. 2015. Nitrate and phosphate removal and nitrous oxide production in lab-scale denitrifying bioreactors. Journal of Environmental Quality. 44:605–613. doi:10.2134/jeq2014.03.0111.
  46. Collick, A.S.*, D.R. Fuka*, P.J.A. Kleinman, A.R. Buda, J.L. Weld, M.J. White, T.L. Veith, R.B. Bryant, C.H. Bolster, and M. Easton. 2015. Predicting phosphorus dynamics in complex terrains using a variable source area hydrology model. Hydrological Processes. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10178.
  47. Hoskins, C., J.S. Owen, J.S. Fields, J.E. Altland, Z.M. Easton and A.X. Niemiera. 2014. Solute transport through a pine-bark based substrate under saturated and unsaturated conditions. JAHS. 139(6):634–641. 2014.
  48. Fuka, D.R.*, M.T. Walter, C.A. MacAllister, and M. Easton. 2014. SWATmodel: A Multi-OS, Multi-Platform SWAT Model Package in R. Journal of the American Water Research Association. 1-5. DOI: 10.1111/jawr.12170.
  49. Woodbury, J., C.A. Shoemaker, D. Cowan, andM. Easton. 2014. A comparison of SWAT models for the Cannonsville Watershed with and without variable source area hydrology. Journal of the American Water Research Association. 1-15. DOI: 10.1111/jawr.12116.
  50. Fuka, D.R.*, C.A. MacAllister, A.T. Degaetano, and M. Easton. 2013. Using the Climate Forecast System Reanalysis dataset to improve weather input data for watershed models. Hydrological Processes. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10073.
  51. Easton, Z.M. Defining spatial variability of hillslope infiltration characteristics using geostatistics, error modeling and autocorrelation analysis. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering. ASCE. 139(9) 718-727, DOI:10.1061/(ASCE)IR.1943-4774.0000602
  52. Dahlke, H.E., M. Easton, D.R, Fuka*, M.T, Walter, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2013. Real-time forecast of hydrologically sensitive areas in the Salmon Creek Watershed, New York State, using an online prediction tool. Water. 5, 917-944; doi:10.3390/w5030917.
  53. Flores-López, F., M. Easton, L.D. Geohring, P.J. Vermeulen, V.R. Haden, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2013. Factors affecting phosphorous in ground water in an alluvial valley aquifer: Implications for best management practices. Water. 5. 2013. 540-559; doi:10.3390/w5020540.
  54. Pradhanang, S., R. Mukundan, E.M. Schneiderman, M. Zion, A. Anandhi, D.C. Pierson, A. Frei, M. Easton, D.R. Fuka*, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2013. Streamflow responses to projected climate change: Analysis of hydrologic indicators in a New York City water supply watershed. Journal of the American Water Research Association. 1308-1326. DOI: 10.1111/jawr.12086.
  55. Buchanan, B.P., M. Easton, R. Schneider and M.T. Walter. 2013. Modeling the hydrologic effects of roadside ditch networks on receiving waters. Journal of ­­Hydrology. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol. 2013.01.040.
  56. Buchanan, P., J.A. Archibald, Z.M. Easton, S.B. Shaw, R.L. Schneider, and M.T. Walter. 2013. A Phosphorus Index that combines critical source areas and transport pathways using a travel time approach. Journal of Hydrology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2013.01.018.
  57. Caballero, L.A., M. Easton, B.K. Richards, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2013. Evaluating the hydrological impact of a cloud forest in Central America using a semi-distributed water balance model. Journal of Hydrology. 61, 2013, 1, 9 – 20 DOI: 10.2478/jhh – 2013-0003.
  58. Saia, S., E.S. Brooks,M. Easton, C. Baffaut, J. Boll, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2013. Incorporating pesticide transport into the WEPP-UI model for mulch tillage and no-tillage soil with an underlying claypan. Transactions ASCE Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 29(3):363-372.
  59. Tilahun, S.A., R. Mukundan, B.A. Demisse, T.A. Engda, C.D. Guzman, B.C. Tarakegn, M. Easton, A.S. Collick*, A.D. Zegeye, E.M. Schneiderman, J.Y. Parlange, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2013. A saturation excess erosion model. Transaction ASABE 56(2): 681-695.
  60. Buchanon, B.P., K. Falbo, R. Schneider, M. Easton, and M.T. Walter. 2013. Hydrologic impact of roadside ditches in an agricultural watershed: Implications for non-point source pollutant transport. Hydrological Processes. 10.1002/hyp.9305.
  61. Caballero, L., A. RImmer, M. Easton, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2012. Rainfall runoff relationships for a cloud forest watershed in Central America: Implications for water resource engineering. Journal of the American Water Research Association. 20 JUN 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2012.00668.x
  62. Buchanon, B.P., M. Easton, R. Schneider, and M.T. Walter. 2012. Incorporating variable source area hydrology into a spatially distributed direct runoff model. Journal of the American Water Research Association. 48(1): 43–60. DOI: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2011.00594.x
  63. Fuka, D.R.*, M. Easton, E.S. Brook, J. Boll, T.S. Steenhuis, and M.T. Walter. 2012. Process-based snowmelt modeling: Integration into the SWAT model. Journal of the American Water Research Association. DOI: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2012.00680.x
  64. Dahlke, H.E., M Easton, S. Lyon, L.D. Brown, M.T. Walter, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2012. Dissecting the variable source area concept – Subsurface flow pathways and water mixing processes in a hillslope. Journal of Hydrology. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2011.11.052.
  65. Rao, N.S., M. Easton, D.R. Lee, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2012. Economic analysis of best management practices to reduce watershed phosphorus losses. Journal of Environmental Quality. doi:10.2134/jeq2011.0165.
  66. Dahlke, H.E., M. Easton, M.T. Walter, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2012. A field test of the variable source area interpretation of the Curve Number rainfall-runoff equation. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering. ASCE. Vol. 138, No. 3, ISSN 0733-9437/2012/3-235–244.
  67. Easton, Z.M., M.T. Walter, D.R. Fuka*, E.D. White*, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2011. A simple concept for calibrating runoff thresholds in quasi-distributed variable source area watershed models. Hydrological Processes. doi:10.1002/hyp.8032, 2011.
  68. White, E.D.*, M. Easton, D.R. Fuka*, A.S. Collick*, E. Adgo, M. McCartney, S.B. Awulachew, Y.G. Selassie, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2011. Development and application of a physically based landscape water balance in the SWAT model. Hydrological Processes. 25:915-925. doi:10.1002/hyp.7876, 2011.
  69. Marjerison, R.D., M. Easton, H.E. Dahlke, and M.T. Walter. 2011. A P-Index transport factor based on variable source area hydrology for New York State. Journal of Soil Water and Conservation. 66(3):149-157; doi:10.2489/jswc.66.3.149.
  70. Flores-López, F., M. Easton, L.D. Geohring, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2011. Factors affecting dissolved phosphorus and nitrate concentrations in ground and surface water for a valley dairy farm in the Northeastern United States. Water Environmental Research. 8392:116-127.
  71. Easton, Z.M., D.R. Fuka, E.D White, A.S. Collick, B.B Ashagre, M. McCartney, S.B. Awulachew, A.A. Ahmed, and T.S Steenhuis. 2010. A multi basin SWAT model analysis of runoff and sedimentation in the Blue Nile, Ethiopia. Hydrology and Earth System Science. 14(10):1827-1841. doi:10.5194/hess-14-1827-2010, 2010.
  72. Tebebu, T.Y., A.Z. Abiy, A.D. Zegeye, H.E. Dahlke, M. Easton, S.A. Tilahun, A.S. Collick, S. Kidnau, S. Moges, F. Dadgari, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2010. Surface and subsurface flow effects on permanent gully formation and upland erosion near Lake Tana in the northern Highlands of Ethiopia. Hydrology and Earth System Science. 14:2207–2217. doi:10.5194/hess-14-2207-2010.
  73. Flores-López, F., M. Easton, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2010. A multivariate analysis of covariance to determine the effects of near stream best management practices on nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations on a dairy farm in the New York City CEAP watershed. Journal of Soil Water Conservation. 65(6): 438-449. doi: 10.2489/jswc.65.6.438.
  74. Easton, Z.M., J. Sullivan, M.T. Walter, D.R. Fuka, A.M. Petrovic, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2010. A simple metric to predict stream water quality from storm runoff in an urban watershed. Journal of Environmental Quality. 39:1338-1348. doi:10.2134/jeq2010.0013.
  75. Faulkner, J.W., M. Easton, W. Zhang, L.D. Geohring, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2010. Design and risk assessment tool for vegetative treatment areas receiving agricultural wastewater: Preliminary results. Journal of Environmental Management. 91:1794-1801. DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2010.03.019.
  76. Dahlke, H.E., M. Easton, D.R. Fuka, S. Lyon, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. Modeling variable source area dynamics in a CEAP watershed. Ecohydrology. 2(3): 337-349.
  77. Steenhuis, T.S., A.S. Collick, M. Easton, E.S. Leggesse, H.K. Bayabil, E.D. White, S.B. Awulachew, E. Adgo, and A.A. Ahmed. 2009. Predicting discharge and erosion for the Abay (Blue Nile) with a simple model. Hydrological Processes. doi: 10.1.1002/hyp.7513.
  78. Easton, Z.M., M.T. Walter, M. Zion, E.M. Schneiderman, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. Integrating source specific chemistry in basin scale models to predict phosphorus export from agricultural watersheds. Journal of Environmental Engineering ASCE. 135(1): 25-35.
  79. Rao, N.S., M. Easton, E.M. Schneiderman, M.S. Zion, D.R. Lee, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. Distributed modeling of agricultural best management practices to reduce phosphorus loading. Journal of Environmental Management. 90: 1385-1395.
  80. Collick, A.S., M. Easton, E. Adgo, S.B. Awulachew, Z. Gete, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. Application of a physically-based water balance model on four watersheds throughout the upper Nile basin in Ethiopia Hydrological Processes. 23, 3718–372. doi: 10.1002/hyp.7517.
  81. Walter, M.T, J.A. Archibald, B. Buchanan, H. Dahlke, M. Easton, R.D. Marjerison, A.N. Sharma, and S.B. Shaw. 2009. A new paradigm for sizing riparian buffers to reduce risks of polluted storm water: A practical synthesis. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering ASCE. 135(2): 200-209.
  82. Easton, Z.M., M.T. Walter and T.S. Steenhuis. 2008. Combined monitoring and modeling indicate the most effective agricultural best management practices. Journal of Environmental 37:1798–1809.
  83. Lui, B.M., A.S. Collick, G. Zeleke, E. Adgo,M. Easton, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2008. Rainfall-discharge relationships for a monsoonal climate in the Ethiopian Highlands. Hydrological Processes. 22:1059-1067.
  84. Easton, Z.M., D.R. Fuka, M.T. Walter, D.M. Cowan, E.M. Schneiderman, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2008. Re-Conceptualizing the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) model to predict runoff from variable source areas. Journal of Hydrology. 348: 279-291.
  85. de Alwis, D.A., M. Easton, H.E. Dahlke, W.D. Philpot, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2007. Unsupervised classification of saturated areas using a time series of remotely sensed images. Hydrology and Earth System Science. 11: 1609-1620.
  86. Easton, Z.M., P. Gerard-Marchant, M.T. Walter, A.M. Petrovic, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2007. Identifying dissolved phosphorus source areas and predicting transport from an urban watershed using distributed hydrologic modeling. Water Resources Research. 43. W11414. doi:10.1029/2006WR005697.
  87. Schneiderman, E.M., T.S. Steenhuis, D.J. Thongs,M. Easton, M.S. Zion, G.F. Mendoza, M.T. Walter, and A.L. Neal. 2007. Incorporating variable source area hydrology into the curve number based Generalized Watershed Loading Function model. Hydrological Processes. 21:3420-3430. doi: 10.1002/hyp6556.
  88. Easton, Z.M., P. Gérard-Marchant, M.T. Walter, A.M. Petrovic, and T. S. Steenhuis. 2007. Hydrologic assessment of an urban variable source watershed in the Northeast United States. Water Resources Research. 43. W03413. doi:10.1029/2006WR005076.
  89. Collick, A.S.,M. Easton, F.A. Montalto, B. Gao, Y.J. Kim, L. Day, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2006. Hydrological evaluation of septic disposal field performance in sloping terrains. Journal of Environmental Engineering. ASCE. 132(10) 1289-1297.
  90. Easton, Z.M., A.M. Petrovic, D.J. Lisk, I. Larsson-Kovach, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2005. Hillslope position effect on nutrient and pesticide runoff from turfgrass. International Turfgrass Society Research Journal. J,.10, 121-129.
  91. Petrovic, A.M., M. Easton, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2005. The role of turfgrass management in the water quality of urban environments. International Turfgrass Society Research Journal. 10, 55-69
  92. Easton, Z.M. and A.M. Petrovic. 2004. Fertilizer source effect on ground and surface water quality in drainage from turfgrass. Journal of Environmental 33 645-655.

Book Chapters

  1. Scott, D.T., M. Rogers*, and M. Easton. 2016. Global models of river biogeochemical functioning. In J. Jones and E. Stanley, eds. Streams in changing environment. Elsevier. 21 Jul 2016. Pages 417–439. ISBN: 978-0-12-405890-3.
  2. Saia, S., E.S. Brooks, M. Easton, C. Baffaut, J. Boll, and T.S. Stenhuis. 2012. A Web-Based BMP Selection Tool to Minimize Pesticide Transport. Internet-First University Press.
  3. Fuka, D.R. M. Easton, M.T. Walter and T.S. Steenhuis. 2012. Hydrological Modeling Where No Meteorological Stations Exist. Internet-First University Press.
  4. Easton, Z.M.,B. Awulachew, T.S. Steenhuis, A. Habte, B. Zemedam, Y. Seleshi, and K. Bashar. 2012. Hydrological processes in the Blue Nile River Basin. In S.B. Awulachew, V. Smakhtin, D. Molden and D. Peden, eds. The Nile River Basin: Water, Agriculture, Governance and Livelihoods. Earthscan Publishing. Nov 5. 344 pgs.
  5. Steenhuis, T.S., M. Easton, S.B. Awulachew, A. Ahmed, K. Bashar, Y. Selassie, E. Adgo, and S. Tiluhan. 2012. Erosion, sediment loss and land degradation with emphasis on the Blue Nile River Basin. In S.B. Awulachew, V. Smakhtin, D. Molden and D. Peden, eds. The Nile River Basin: Water, Agriculture, Governance and Livelihoods. Earthscan Publishing. Nov 5. 344 pgs.
  6. McCartney, M., Alemayehu, Y. Seleshi, Shiferaw, Y.A. Ibrahim, Z.M. Easton, and S.B. Awulachew, 2012. Simulating current and future water resource development in the Blue Nile River Basin. In S.B. Awulachew, V. Smakhtin, D. Molden and D. Peden, eds. The Nile River Basin: Water, Agriculture, Governance and Livelihoods. Earthscan Publishing. Nov 5. 344 pgs.
  7. Engda, T.A., H.K. Bayabil, E.S. Legesse, E. K. Ayana, S.A. Tilahun, A.S. Collick, M. Easton, A. Rimmer, S.B. Awulachew, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2011. Watershed hydrology of the (semi) humid Ethiopian Highlands. In Nile River: Hydrology, Climate and Land Use. 145-162. A. Melesse, ed. New York, NY: Springer Science Publisher.
  8. Steenhuis, T.S., J. Taylor, A.S. Collick, N. van de Giesen, J Liebe, M. Andreini, and M. Easton. 2010. Rainfall-discharge relationships for monsoonal climates. In Andreini, Schuetz, and Harrington. Small Reservoirs Toolkit. (pgs 1-10)
  9. Steenhuis, T.S., A.S. Collick, M. Easton, E.S. Leggesse , H.K. Bayabil, E.D. White, S.B. Awulachew, E. Adgo, and A. Abdalla-Ahmed. 2009. Predicting discharge and erosion for the Abay (Blue Nile) with a simple model. In Abtew and Melesse, eds Hydrology and ecology of the Nile River Basin under extreme conditions. National Science Foundation Office of International Science and Engineering. (pgs 200-212).
  10. Collick, A.S., M. Easton, E. Adgo, S.B. Awulachew, Z. Gete, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. Application of a physically-based water balance model on four watersheds throughout the upper Nile basin in Ethiopia. In Abtew and Melesse, eds. Hydrology and ecology of the Nile River Basin under extreme conditions. National Science Foundation Office of International Science and Engineering. (pgs 93-113).
  11. Awulachew, S.B., M. Tenaw, T.S. Steenhuis, M. Easton, A. Ahmed, K.E. Bashar, and A. Hailesellassie. 2009. Impact of watershed interventions on runoff and sedimentation in Gumera watershed, Ethiopia. National Science Foundation Office of International Science and Engineering.
  12. Steenhuis, T.S., A.S. Collick, S.B. Awulachew, A. Enyew Adgo, A. Abdassalam, and M. Easton. 2009. Modeling Erosion and Sedimentation in the Upper Blue Nile In: Eds. W. Abtew and A. M. Melesse. Hydrology and ecology of the Nile River Basin under extreme conditions. National Science Foundation Office of International Science and Engineering. (pgs 93-113).
  13. White, E.D. M. Easton, D.R Fuka, A.S Collick, M. McCartney, S. Awulachew, T.S Steenhuis. 2009. A water balance-based Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) for improved performance in the Ethiopian highlands. In S.B. Awulachew, V. Smakhtin, D. eds. Improved Water and Land Management in the Ethiopian Highlands: Its Impact on Downstream Stakeholders Dependent on the Blue Nile. (pgs 152-165).
  14. Easton, Z.M. and A.M. Petrovic. 2008. Determining nitrogen loading rates based on landuse in an urban watershed. In Nett, Carroll, Petrovic, and Horgan, eds. The fate of nutrients and pesticides in the urban environment. American Chemical Society. (pgs 19-42).
  15. Easton, Z.M. and A.M. Petrovic. 2008. Determining phosphorus loading rates based on landuse in an urban watershed. In Nett, Carroll, Petrovic, and Horgan, eds. The fate of nutrients pesticides in the urban environment. American Chemical Society. (pgs 43-62).
  16. Easton, Z.M. Data restructuring: I Changing raster values by selected area: II Changing raster values by geographic feature. In A. J. Lembo, ed. How do I do that in ArcGIS/Manifold: Illustrating Classic GIS Tasks. Cornell University DSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/1813/165.
  17. Easton, Z.M. Vector overlay operations: Line in polygon. In A. J. Lembo, ed. How do I do that in ArcGIS/Manifold: Illustrating Classic GIS Tasks. Cornell University DSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/1813/165.

Extension Publications

  1. Easton, Z.M. and E.M. Bock*. 2020. Hydrology basics and the hydrologic cycle. BSE-191P
  2. Rogers, M.*, E. Lassiter*, and M. Easton. 2019. Greenhouse gas emissions in agriculture: How producers can help to mitigate climate change. BSE-105P.
  3. Bock, E.M.*, A.S. Collick, and M. Easton. 2018. Managing agricultural drainage quality with denitrifying bioreactors in the Mid-Atlantic. BSE-234P.
  4. Lassiter, E.* and M. Easton. 2018. Denitrifying bioreactors: An emerging best management practice to improve water quality. BSE-55P. http://pubs.ext.vt.edu/BSE/BSE-55/BSE-55-PDF.pdf.
  5. Easton, Z.M. and E. Lassiter*. 2018. Denitrification management. BSE-54P.
  6. Easton, Z.M.,S. Collick and E.M. Bock*. 2017. What to consider when considering an agricultural drainage system. BSE-208.
  7. Easton, Z.M. and J.W. Faulkner. 2016. Communicating climate change to agricultural audiences. BSE-203P.
  8. Easton, Z.M. and E.M. Bock*. 2016. Soil and soil water relationships. BSE-194P.
  9. Easton, Z.M. and J.W. Faulkner. 2014. Climate change adaptation: Mitigating short and long-term impacts of climate on agriculture. BSE-109P.
  10. Faulkner, J.W. and M. Easton. 2014. Agricultural adaptation to climate change: imfreportproving resilience in row crop production. University of Vermont Extension.
  11. Easton, Z.M. 2012 How do stream buffers reduce the offsite impact of pollution? VT/0712/web/BSE-38NP.

Proceedings

  1. Sharpley, A., P. Kleinman, C. Baffuat, Z.M. Easton, J. Lory, D. Osmond, and T. Veith. 2017. Verification of phosphorus site assessment tools: Lessons from the U.S. In Proceedings of the ASAE International Symposium, Honolulu, HI.
  2. Sommerlot, A*, R. Fuka*, M. Wagena*, and Z.M. Easton. 2015. Coupling the short-term Global Forecast System weather data with disturbed watershed models: implication for landscape management. In ASABE 1st Climate Change Symposium: Adaptation and Mitigation. Chicago Illinois.
  3. Easton, Z.M., R. Najjar, A. Sommerlot*, M. Wagena*, A. Ross, and D. Sample. 2015. Climate change and biogeochemical cycling, building models to predict field and watershed scale changes in biogeochemical cycling. In ASABE 1st Climate Change Symposium: Adaptation and Mitigation. Chicago Illinois.
  4. Steenhuis, T.S. J. Taylor, M. Easton, A. Collick, N. van de Giesen, J. Liebe, A.A. Ahmed, M. Andreini. 2013. Rainfall-discharge relationships for monsoonal climates. CGIAR Challenge Program on Water and Food. February 10-15, 2013.
  5. Fuka, D.R.*, MacAlister, S. Seyoum, A. Jones, R. Srinivasan, and Z.M. Easton. 2012. Re-dimensioned CFSR data for easy SWAT Initialization. In. Proceedings of the 13th Annual SWAT Conference, Delhi, India.
  6. Fuka, D.R.*, MacAlister, S. Seyoum, M.T. Walter, and Z.M Easton. 2012. Simple tooolbox for worldwide topography-based soils reclassification for initialization of SWAT. Proceedings of the 13th Annual SWAT Conference, Delhi, India.
  7. MacAlister, C., S. Seyoum, Fuka, D.R.*, and M. Easton, T.S. Steenhuis. 2012. Applying Climate Reanalysis Data (CFSR) to force watershed models in the Ethiopian Highlands. Proceedings of the 13th Annual SWAT Conference, Delhi, India.
  8. Saia, S., E.S. Brooks,M. Easton, C. Baffaut, J. Boll, T.S. Steenhuis. 2012. Incorporating pesticide transport into the WEPP-UI model for mulch tillage and no-tillage soil with an underlying claypan. Proceedings of International Symposium on Erosion and Landscape Evolution, Anchorage, Alaska, September 18-21, 2011.
  9. Boll J., M. Easton, E.S. Brooks, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2011. Comparison of WEPP and SWAT for watershed hydrology and erosion prediction. International Symposium on Erosion and Landscape Evolution, Anchorage, Alaska, September 18-21, 2011.
  10. Tilahun, S.A., R. Mukundan, B.A. Demisse, C. Guzman, B.C. Tarakegn, T.A. Engda, M. Easton, A.S Collick, A.D. Zegeye, E.M. Schneiderman, J.Y. Parlange, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2011. A Saturation Excess Erosion Model. Proceedings of International Symposium on Erosion and Landscape Evolution, Anchorage, Alaska, September 18-21, 2011.
  11. Singh, A., C. Shoemaker, J. Woodbury, M. Easton. 2010. New Calibration Methods for Incorporating Variable Source Area Hydrology in an Application of SWAT to Phosphorous Transport in a Large Watershed in Northeastern U. S.
  12. Pierson D., H. Markensten, E. Owens, E. Schneiderman, M. Zion, A. Anandhi, S. Pradhanang, A. Matonse, D. Kent, D.R. Fuka, M. Easton, and T. Walter. 2010. Investigation of the impact of climate change on the timing and magnitude of streamflow for the Catskill Mountain region Eastern Snow Conference. Hancock, MA June 8-10, 2010.
  13. Woodbury, J., C.A. Shoemaker, D.M. Cowan, and M. Easton, 2009. A comparison of a SWAT model for the Cannonsville watershed with and without variable source area hydrology. In Proceedings of ASCE- Environment and Water Resources Institute Conference.
  14. Fuka, D.R.,M. Easton, T.S. Steenhuis, M.T. Walter. 2009. Integration of a simple process based snowmelt model into SWAT. In. Proceedings of the 4th Annual SWAT Conference, Boulder, CO.
  15. Easton, Z.M.,D. White, D.R. Fuka, T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. SWAT Water Balance: Development and Application of a Physically Based Landscape Water Balance in the SWAT Model. In. Proceedings of the 4th Annual SWAT Conference, Boulder, CO.
  16. Steenhuis, T.S., A.S. Collick, M. Easton N. van de Giesen, J. Liebe, A.A. Ahmed, and M. Andreini. 2009. Rainfall discharge relationships for monsoonal climates. In Proceedings of the 2009 Nile Basin Initiative Up-Stream Down-Stream Project.
  17. White, E.D., M. Easton, D.R. Fuka, A.S. Collick, M. McCartney, S.B. Awulachew, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. A water balance-based Soil & Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) Model for improved performance in the Ethiopian Highlands. In Proceedings of the 2009 Nile Basin Initiative Up Stream Down Stream Project.
  18. Dahlke, H.E., M. Easton, D.R. Fuka, N.S. Rao, E.D. White, T. Veith, E.M. Schneiderman, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2008. An interactive web tool model for siting Best Management Practices in humid areas. 50th Anniversary Conference, NSL, Oxford, MS, September 3-5, 2008.
  19. Steenhuis, T.S., A.S. Collick, S.B. Awulachew, A.E. Adgo, A. Abdassalam, and M. Easton. 2008. Modelling erosion and sedimentation in the upper Blue Nile. In Proceedings of the Workshop on the Hydrology and Ecology of the Nile River Basin under Extreme Conditions. 2008.
  20. Awulachew, S.B., M. Tenaw, T. Steenhuis, M. Easton, A. Ahmed, K.E. Bashar. 2008. Blue Nile flow, sediment and impact of watershed interventions: case of Gumera Watershed. Second International Forum on Water and Food, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 10-13 November 2008.

Technical Reports

  1. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Review of the New York City Watershed Protection Program. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: https://doi.org/10.17226/25851
  2. Easton, Z.M., K., Stephenson, A. Collick, P.M. Fleming, E. Kellner, J. Martin, M. Ribaudo, and G. Shenk. 2020. Increasing Effectiveness and Reducing the Cost of Non-Point Source Best Management Practice Implementation: Is Targeting the Answer? STAC Publication Number 20-002.
  3. Bock, E.M.* and M. Easton. 2019. Review: Export of nitrogen and phosphorus from golf courses in the Mid Atlantic, are current export rates accurate? Technical Report, Dept Biological Systems Engineering.
  4. Stephenson, K., C. Hershner, B. Benham, M. Easton, J. Hanson, S. Julius, and E. Hinrichs. 2018. Consideration of BMP Performance Uncertainty in Chesapeake Bay Program Implementation. STAC Publication Number 18-003, Edgewater, MD. 33 pp.
  5. Easton, Z.M., Scavia, R. Alexander, K. Boomer, P. Kleinman, A. Miller, J. Pizzuto, D. Smith, and C. Welty. 2017. Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee review of the Chesapeake Bay Program Phase 6 Watershed Model. STAC Publication Number 17-007, Edgewater, MD. 47 pp.
  6. Easton, Z.M., Wagena*, A. Abiy, A.S. Collick*, S. Langan, R. Ritzema and D.R. Fuka*. 2013. Regional climate change in the Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia: Implications for water resource availability and sediment transport. Technical Report. Department of Biological Systems Engineering, Virginia Tech and International Water Management Institute, Nile Basin and East Africa Office.
  7. Sharpley A.N., C. Bolster, J. Davis, M. Easton, P. Kleinman, A. Mallinaro, D. Osmond, P. Vadas, and M. White. 2013. Technical guidance for assessing phosphorus indices. Southern Cooperative Series Bulletin No. 417 January, 2013. URL: http://saaesd.ncsu.edu/docs/Assessing% 20P%20Indices%20SERA17.pdf
  8. Easton, Z.M., D.R. Fuka, T.S. Steenhuis, B. Rupp, P. Murawski. 2009. A Modified Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) Model for flow and sediment transport in the Genesee River Basin. Technical Report. Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University and US Army Corps of Engineers.
  9. Awulachew, S.B., M. Tenaw, T.S. Steenhuis, M. Easton, A. Ahmed, K.E. Bashar, and A. Hailesellassie. 2009. Impact of watershed interventions on runoff and sedimentation in Gumera watershed. IN: CPWF. Fighting poverty through sustainable water use: Proceedings of the CPWF 2nd International Forum on Water and Food, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, November 10—14, 2008: Volume I. Colombo: CGIAR Challenge Program on Water and Food

Non Refereed Publications

Abstracts/Presentations

  1. National Academies of Science Engineering and Medicine. Review of the New York City Watershed Protection Program. Overview presentation to NYC DEP. Sept 2020
  2. Easton, Z.M. and K. Stephenson. Increasing Effectiveness and Reducing the Cost of Non-Point Source Best Management Practice Implementation: Is Targeting the Answer? US EPA CBP WQGIT. Sept 2020
  3. Stephenson, K., M. Easton, L Shabman, J. Shortle.  2020. Increasing Effectiveness and Reducing the Cost of Non-Point Source Best Management Practice Implementation: Options to Incentivize BMP Targeting. CCMP Conference Panel. June 2020.
  4. Bock, E*, M. Easton, R. Najjar, J. Shortridge, K. Stephenson, L. Wainger. Synthesis Preview: Impacts of Climate Change and Uncertainty on Watershed Processes, Pollutant Delivery, and BMP Performance. CCMP Conference. June 2020.
  5. Easton,M., A. Collick, K. Stephenson. A Framework for Differential BMP Crediting Based on Targeting. CCMP Conference. June 2020.
  6. Stamps, D., D.R. Fuka*, S. Peckham, N. Potter, D. Fulker, and M. Easton. 2019. The Open-Source EarthCube Cyberinfrastructure BALTO: Applications in Earth Science. IN11B-17. AGU Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Dec 10-14.
  7. Fuka, D.R.*, M. Apple, D. Fulker, R. Duerr, M. Wagena*, A. Collick, E. Bock*, R. White, and M. Easton. 2019. IoT Sensors and Their Pathway to HPC. NH33B-16. AGU Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Dec 10-14.
  8. Bock, E.*, K. Stephenson, and M. Easton. 2018. Artificial sinks to treat legacy nutrients in agricultural landscapes. B33E-2712. AGU Annual Meeting, Washington DC, Dec 10-14.
  9. Easton, Z.M., M.B. Wagena*, A.S. Collick, A. Ross, B. Rau, R. Najjar, A. Sommerlot*, D.R. Fuka*, P.J. Kleinman. Impact of climate change and climate anomalies on hydrologic and biogeochemical processes in an agricultural catchment of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, USA. B33E-2716. AGU Annual Meeting, Washington DC, Dec 10-14.
  10. Collick, A.S., D.R. Fuka*, and M. Easton. Automated development of a farm management database for the SWAT Model. H41A-05. AGU Annual Meeting, Washington DC, Dec 10-14.
  11. Fuka, D.R.*, B. Mathews, A. Ameko, and M. Easton. IS-GEO 2018 Summer Workshop: Bringing Scientists to the Sensors and Back Again, across 8 of the world’s 11 ecosystems (Invited). IN21C-0726. AGU Annual Meeting, Washington DC, Dec 10-14.
  12. D., D.R. Fuka, J. Gallagher, and Z.M. Easton. Towards Brokered Alignment of Long-Tailed Observations (BALTO). IN31B-23. AGU Annual Meeting, Washington DC, Dec 10-14.
  13. Bock, E.*, K. Stepehson, and M. Easton. 2018. Opportunities and challenges for mitigating the water quality impacts of agricultural drainage with denitrifying bioreactors in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. ChesMS Annual Meeting, Annapolis MD. June 2018.
  14. Sommerlot, A. and M. Easton. 2018. Addressing the limitations of implementing watershed models at fine scales. ChesMS Annual Meeting, Annapolis MD. June 2018.
  15. Wilusz, D., D.R. Fuka*, C. Cho, W. Ball, C, Harman, and M. Easton. 2018. Using StorAge Selection functions to improve simulation of groundwater nitrate lag times in the SWAT modeling framework. ChesMS Annual Meeting, Annapolis MD. June 2018.
  16. Easton, Z.M. and D.R. Fuka*. 2018. A customizable dashboarding system for watershed model interpretation. ChesMS Annual Meeting, Annapolis MD. June 2018.
  17. Easton, Z.M.,R. Fuka, A.R. Sommerlot, M.B. Wagena, A.S. Collick. 2018. Improved prediction of nutrient dynamics in complex landscapes using terrain models. ChesMS Annual Meeting, Annapolis MD. June 2018. (Invited).
  18. Wagena, M.B.* andM. Easton. 2018. Agricultural conservation practices can help mitigate the impact of climate change. ChesMS Annual Meeting, Annapolis MD. June 2018.
  19. Wagena, M.B.*, A. Sommerlot, E. Buell, G. Bhatt, andM. Easton. 2018. Quantifying structural model uncertainty using a Bayesian multi-model ensemble. ChesMS Annual Meeting, Annapolis MD. June 2018.
  20. Collick, A., D. Fuka*, T. Veith, A. Buda, P. Kleinamn, R. Bryant, and M. Easton. 2018. Employing fine resolution spatial information and extensive field research to evaluate best management practice (BMP) scenario evaluations across the Chesapeake Bay. ChesMS Annual Meeting, Annapolis MD. June 2018.
  21. Ni, W., M. Li, A. Ross, R. Najjar, M. Wagena*, and M. Easton. 2018. Climate downscaling projectionsf or Chesapeake Bay hypoxia in the 21st century. ChesMS Annual Meeting, Annapolis MD. June 2018.
  22. Collick, A.S., M. Easton, P. Kleinman, and D.R. Fuka*. 2017. Predicting phosphorus dynamics across physiographic regions using a mixed Hortonian non-Hortonian hydrology model H22C-03. 2017 AGU Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA, 11-15 Dec.
  23. Easton, M., A.S. Collick, M.B. Wagena, A.R.*, Sommerlot*, and D.R. Fuka*. 2017. A customizable dashboarding system for watershed model interpretation H51P-08. 2017 AGU Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA, 11-15 Dec.
  24. Fuka, D.R.*, S. Singer, A. Cunningham, and M. Easton. 2017. Emailing drones: From design to test range to ARS offices and into the field NH31C-07. 2017 AGU Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA, 11-15 Dec.
  25. Wilusz, D., D.R. Fuka*, C. Cho, W. Ball, C, Harman, and M. Easton. Using StorAge Selection functions to improve simulation of groundwater nitrate lag times in the SWAT modeling framework NH31C-07. (Invited). 2017 AGU Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA, 11-15 Dec.
  26. Bosch, D., A.S. Collick, R. White, and M. Easton. 2017. An Agro-ecosystem model to achieve agricultural sustainability for the Delmarva. Delmarva Landgrant Cooperative Research Meeting. Princess Anne, MD Dec 2017.
  27. Easton, Z.M. Modeling options to investigate and incorporate BMP performance uncertainty in the CBP Phase 6 Watershed Model. (Invited). STAC BMP Uncertainty Workshop. Vienna, VA. Nov 2017.
  28. Bosch D.J., M. Wagena*, M. Easton. 2017. Meeting water quality goals under climate change in Mahantango Watershed. STAC Optimization Workshop, Annapolis MD. Feb 17 2017.
  29. Easton, Z.M. Model optimization: techniques and cautionary tales. STAC Optimization Workshop, Annapolis MD. Feb 17 2017. (Invited).
  30. Archibald J, M. Easton, D. Fuka*, M.T. Walter. 2016. Assessing the effectiveness of manure application timing options to minimize P loss from fields. AGU Annual Meeting. San Francisco CA. Dec 2016.
  31. Fuka D.R.* and M. Easton. 2016. Expanding the performance curve of different weather data sources for hydrologic modeling in central Texas: a comparison of ground observations and the Climate Forecast System Reanalysis as watershed model inputs. AGU Annual Meeting. San Francisco CA. Dec 2016.
  32. Easton Z.M.,R. Fuka*, A. Collick, M. Wagena*, A. Sommerlot*. 2016. Improving the spatial representation of soil properties and hydrology using topographically derived watershed model initialization processes. AGU Annual Meeting. San Francisco CA. Dec 2016.
  33. Easton, Z.M., S. Khalsa, and D.R. Fuka*. 2016. Using the NSF EarthCube BCube brokering interface to study the saturation excess/infiltration excess nexus within watershed initializations. AGU Annual Meeting. San Francisco CA. Dec 2016.
  34. Bryant R, E. Bock *, P. Kleinman, and Z.M. 2016. Reducing nutrient losses employing edge-of-field and in-ditch strategies and monitoring approaches on the Delmarva Peninsula. ASA, CSSA, SSSA Annual Meeting, Phoenix AZ. Nov 2016
  35. Easton Z.M. Can hydrologic complexity simplify field scale modeling? SERA-17 Annual Meeting. Phoenix AZ. Nov 2016.
  36. Collick A.S., M. Easton, and P. Kleinman. 2016. Understanding the unique hydrology of Maryland’s Eastern Shore to better inform nutrient management planning. ASABE Annual Conference, Orlando FL. Jul 2016.
  37. Christianson L, A.S. Colick, Easton, E. Bock*, P. Kleinman, R. Bryant. 2016. In-ditch, stepped denitrifying bioreactor for treatment of agricultural ditch drainage. ASABE Annual Conference, Orlando FL. Jul 2016.
  38. Easton Z.M., Fuka*, A.S. Collick. 2016. Improving the spatial representation of soil properties and hydrology using topographically derived initialization processes in the SWAT Model. ASABE Annual Conference, Orlando FL. Jul 2016
  39. Collick A.S., M. Easton, D. Fuka*, P. Kleinman, T. Veith. 2016. Impacts of normalizing the SWAT topographic index based on watershed size. ASABE Annual Conference, Orlando FL. Jul 2016
  40. Bosch, D.J. M. Wagena*, and M. Easton. 2016 Meeting water quality goals for agriculture under climate change. Batsheva de Rothschild Workshop on Climate Changes and their Effect on Agriculture, Economics and the Environment. June 20-21, 2016. Rehovot, Israel.
  41. Easton Z.M., Wagena*. 2016 Development of a mechanistic nitrous oxide routine for the SWAT model to assess greenhouse gas emissions from agroecosystems. Chesapeake Modeling Symposium (ChesMS16) Williamsburg VA. Jun 2016. (Invited).
  42. Sommerlot A, Easton Z.M. 2016. Coupling the Short-Term Global Forecast System weather data with distributed watershed models: implication for real-time landscape management. Chesapeake Modeling Symposium (ChesMS16) Williamsburg VA. Jun 2016.
  43. Easton Z.M. Do water quality BMPs work? combined monitoring and modeling hold the answer. Chesapeake Modeling Symposium (ChesMS16) Williamsburg VA.
  44. Easton, Z.M., R. Najjar, M. Li, D. Sample, D. Bosch, Berbero, N. Alamdari, J. Giuffria, A. Ross, W. Ni. 2016. WSC-Cat 1: Coupled multi-scale economic, hydrologic and estuarine modeling to assess the impacts of climate change on water quality. NSF WSC PI Meeting.
  45. Easton Z.M. Needs assessment results from the climate and hydrological domains: What data does science need? NSF EarthCube All Hands Meeting, Arlington, VA. Mar 2016
  46. Easton, Z.M., A. Collick*, M. Wagena*, A. Sommerlot* and D. Fuka*. 2016. Improving the spatial representation of soil properties and hydrology using topographically derived watershed model initialization processes. AGU Annual Meeting. San Francisco CA.
  47. Bock, E.* andM. Easton. 2015. Greenhouse gas analysis by GC/MS. AGU Annual Meeting. San Francisco CA.
  48. Archibald, J.A., D. Fuka*, M. Easton, M.T. Walter and R. Schneider. 2015. Assessing the effectiveness of manure application timing options to minimize P loss from fields. AGU Annual Meeting. San Francisco CA.
  49. Fuka, D.* and M. Easton. 2015. Expanding the performance curve of different weather data sources for hydrologic modeling in central Texas: a comparison of ground observations and the Climate Forecast System Reanalysis as watershed model inputs. AGU Annual Meeting. San Francisco CA.
  50. Sommerlot, A*, R. Fuka*, M. Wagena*, and Z.M. Easton. 2015. Coupling the short-term Global Forecast System weather data with disturbed watershed models: implication for landscape management. In ASABE 1st Climate Change Symposium: Adaptation and Mitigation. Chicago Illinois.
  51. Easton, Z.M., R. Najjar, A. Sommerlot*, M. Wagena*, A. Ross, and D. Sample. 2015. Climate change and biogeochemical cycling, building models to predict field and watershed scale changes in biogeochemical cycling. In ASABE 1st Climate Change Symposium: Adaptation and Mitigation. Chicago Illinois.
  52. Easton, Z.M. Can hydrologic complexity simplify field scale modeling? SERA-17 Annual Meeting, Minneapolis MN. (Invited).
  53. Easton, M., A. Collick* P. Kleinman, D. Harmel, A. Sommerlot*, M. Berbero*, and D.R. Fuka*. 2015. TopoSWAT: a ArcPy toolbox to improve the spatial representation of soil properties and hydrology using topographically derived initialization processes. SWAT Conference. Oct. 2015. Purdue University.
  54. Collick, A*. Kleinman, T. Veith, D. Harmel, M. White, P. Vadas, D. Beagle, J. Weld*, D. Fuka*, and Z.M. Easton. 2015. Improved simulation of soil and manure phosphorus loss in SWAT. SWAT Conference. Oct. 2015. Purdue University.
  55. Fuka, D.*, D. Auerbach*, B. Bucahnnon*, A. Collick*, P. Kleinman, M. Berbero*, A. Sommerlot*, and M. Easton. 2015. TauRkSWAT: An operating system independent SWAT model watershed initialization interface. SWAT Conference. Oct. 2015. Purdue University.
  56. Falinski, K.*, D. Auerbach*, K. Olsen, D.R. Fuka*, and M. Easton. 2015. Evaluating weather observations and the Climate Forecast System Reanalysis as inputs for hydrologic modeling in the Hawaiian Islands 2015 SWAT Conference. Oct. 2015. Purdue University.
  57. Berbero, M.*, A. Sommerlot*, D.R. Fuka*, M. Davis*, E. Bock*, and M. Easton. 2015. SWAT-GHG: A mechanistic greenhouse gas sub-model for SWAT. SWAT Conference. Oct. 2015. Purdue University.
  58. Sommerlot, A.*, M. Wagena*, D.R. Fuka*, andM. Easton. 2015. Coupling the Short-Term Global Forecast System weather data with distributed watershed models: Implication for real-time landscape management. SWAT Conference. Oct. 2015. Purdue University.
  59. Easton, Z.M., J.M. Davis*, B. Coleman*, and E. Bock*. 2015. Biochar Enhanced Nitrate and Phosphate Removal in Denitrifying Bioreactors. ASABE Special Session on Bioreactors. ASABE Annual Meeting, New Orleans, July 29th 2015. (Invited).
  60. Easton, M., A. Collick*, P. Kleinman, A. Sommerlot*, S.J. Kahlsa, and D.R. Fuka*. 2015. Improving Representation of Soil Characteristics and Hydrology Using Topographically Derived Initialization Processes and Data Brokering. SWAT Conference. June 2015. Sardinia Italy.
  61. Fuka, D.R.*, A.S. Collick*, D. Wright, S.J. Kahlsa, and M. Easton. 2015. Simplifying SWAT Model Initialization. SWAT Conference. June 2015. Sardinia Italy.
  62. Sommerlot, A.*, M. Berbero*, D.R. Fuka*, andM. Easton. 2015. Coupling the Short-Term Global Forecast System weather data with distributed watershed models: Implication for real-time landscape management. SWAT Conference. June 2015. Sardinia Italy.
  63. Boldrini, E., M. Easton, D.R. Fuka*, J. Pearlman, and S. Nativi. 2015. Brokering technologies to realize the hydrology scenario in NSF BCube. Geophysical Research Abstracts. Vol. 17, EGU2015-12630-3, 2015. EGU General Assembly 2015.
  64. Easton, Z.M., A. Collick*, P. Kleinman, A. Sommerlot, S.J. Kalsa, C. McAlister, and D. Fuka*. 2015. Using the BCube Brokering System to add topographic features for field scale processes into basin scale hydrological models. Geophysical Research Abstracts. Vol. 17, EGU2015-7752, 2015. EGU General Assembly 2015.
  65. Fuka, D.R.*, Collick*, P. Kleinman, A. Sommerlot*, S.J. Kalsa, C. McAlister, and Z.M. Easton. 2015. Using the BCube Brokering as a framework for hydrological model repeatability. Geophysical Research Abstracts. Vol. 17, EGU2015-7897-1, 2015. EGU General Assembly 2015.
  66. Easton, Z.M. and E.M. Bock*. 2015. biochar enhanced nitrate and phosphate removal in denitrifying bioreactors. ASABE Special Session on Bioreactors. ASABE Annual Meeting, New Orleans, (Invited).
  67. Sommerlot, A.* and M. Easton. 2015. Coupling the short-term Global Forecast System weather data with disturbed watershed models: implication for landscape management. ASABE Climate Change Meeting, Chicago IL.
  68. Easton, Z.M., M. Wagena*, D.R. Fuka*, and A. Sommerlot*. 2015.Climate change and biogeochemical cycling, building models to predict field and watershed scale changes in biogeochemical cycling. ASABE Climate Change Meeting, Chicago IL.
  69. Easton, Z.M., 2015. Modeling and management to improve water quality in upland fields. SERA-43 Annual Meeting. Chicago IL. (Invited).
  70. Coleman, B.*, E. Bock*, and M. Easton. 2015. Managing nitrogen in agroecosystems: Practical approaches to reducing edge of field nitrogen loss. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Chattanooga TN.
  71. Fuka, D.R.*, A. Sommerlot*, M. Wagena* and Zachary Easton. 2015. Funded Project Showcase, NSF EarthCube 2015 All Hands Meeting. May, 2015. Arlington, VA.
  72. Easton, Z.M., D. Sample, D. Bosch, R. Najjar, M. Li. 2015. Coupled multi-scale modeling to assess impacts of climate change on water quality and management in the Chesapeake Bay. NSF Water Sustainability and Climate PI Meeting, Arlington VA.
  73. Alamdari, N.*, D. Sample, and M. Easton. 2015. Climate change and BMP performance. NSF Water Sustainability and Climate PI Meeting, Arlington VA.
  74. Fuka, D.R.*, A. Sommerlot*, M. Easton. 2014. A simple method for assessing available weather data quality for site specific nutrient management. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract B51D-0053A.
  75. Easton, Z.M., D.R. Fuka*, 2014. Hydrological modeling and repeatability with brokering. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract IN31D-3740.
  76. Easton, Z.M., S. Collick, and D.R. Fuka*. 2014. Modeling P dynamics in complex terrains. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. (Invited).
  77. Easton, Z.M. MacAlister, D.R. Fuka*. 2013. Methods for interfacing IPCC climate change scenarios with higher resolution watershed management models in the Ethiopian Blue Nile Basin. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A33E-0295.
  78. Bock, E.M.*, D.R. Fuka*, and M. Easton. 2013. Nitrogen fate across topographic gradients, from headwaters to riparian zones. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract B43E-0567.
  79. Fuka, D.R.* C. MacAlister; S.J.S. Khalsa; M.T. Walter; M.Z. Fuka; S.A. Pierce, and M. Easton. 2013. Data de- and redimensioning for optimized brokering access. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract N51A-1531.
  80. Easton, Z.M., S. Collick, and D.R. Fuka*. 2013. Modeling phosphorus transfer from fields to artificial drainage networks. In Annual Meetings Abstracts [CD-ROM]. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI. (Invited).
  81. Bock, E.M.*, andM. Easton. 2013. Quantification of denitrification in a denitrifying bioreactor with biochar amendment. In Annual Meetings Abstracts [CD-ROM]. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.
  82. Easton, Z.M.,T. Walter, T. S. Steenhuis, S. D. Solomon, C. MacAlister, and D.R. Fuka*. 2013. Using small watershed streamflow gaging stations coupled with watershed modeling systems as spatial precipitation networks. American Meteorological Society. 27(515): 2013.
  83. D.R.* M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis, S.D. Solomon, C. MacAlister, and Z.M. Easton. 2013. Spatial area and distance convergences in different parts of the world using CFSR to force watershed-modeling systems. American Meteorological Society. 27(55): 2013.
  84. Lassiter E.M.* and M. Easton. 2012. Rate of denitrification and the accumulation of intermediates in a denitrifying bioreactor. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract B43F-0464.
  85. Buchanan, B.P., M.T. Walter, S.B. Shaw, M. Easton. 2012. A Phosphorus Index that combines critical source areas and transport pathways using a travel time approach. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H53J-1661.
  86. Archibald, J.A., M.T. Walter and M. Easton. 2011. Applying the Variable Source Loading Function (VSLF) hydrologic model in R to predict phosphorus loads. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H11B-1055.
  87. Archibald, J.A., M. Easton, and M.T. Walter. 2011. Digital soil mapping and hydroecological modeling. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H11B-1055.
  88. Pradhanang S.M., R. Mukundan, E.M. Schneiderman, M.S. Zion, A. Anandhi, D.C. Pierson, A. Frei, M. Easton, D.R. Fuka, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2011. Streamflow responses and potential ecological implications of climate change in New York City water supply watershed. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H43B-1204.
  89. Easton, Z.M., M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. 2010. Reconciling plot- to watershed-scale hydrologic and biogeochemical responses. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H14B-04.
  90. Dahlke, H. E., M. Easton, S. W. Lyon, L. D. Brown, M. T. Walter, T. Steenhuis. 2010. Dissecting the variable source area concept – Flow paths and water mixing processes. Eos Trans. AGU, 90(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H11C-0822.
  91. Dahlke, H.E., M. Easton, L. Brown, T.S. Steenhuis. 2010. The role of fragipan soils properties for hillslope subsurface flow dynamics. EGU General Assembly 2010 2-7 May, 2010 in Vienna, Austria, p.1008
  92. Easton, M., M. T. Walter, T. S. Steenhuis. 2010. Investigating plot and watershed scale hydrologic and biogeochemical responses. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H14B-04.
  93. Saia, S. M., T. S. Steenhuis, M. Easton, J. Boll, E. S. Brooks. 2010. Modeling the Impact of Landscape Variability on Nutrient and Pesticide Dynamics in CEAP Watersheds Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H33A-1118.
  94. Fuka, D. R., M. Easton, A. Wale, S. Pacenka, A. Collick, L. A. Caballero, V. Pereira, M. T. Walter, T. S. Steenhuis. 2010. Applications using the global GEONETCast satellite data feed to drive real-time watershed planning and forecasting models. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H43B-1229.
  95. Pradhanang, S. M., M. Easton, E. Schneiderman, M. S. Zion, T. S. Steenhuis. 2010. Intercomparison of SWAT models in simulating hydrology of Cannonsville Reservoir Watershed. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H53F-1103.
  96. Steenhuis, T., Easton, J. Boll, L. A. Caballero, H. E. Dahlke, E. S. Brooks, S. A. Tilahun, D. R. Fuka. 2010. Distributed watershed models: Back to the basics (Invited). Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H53K-06.
  97. Faulkner, J.W., M. Easton, W. Zhang, L.D. Geohring, T.S. Steenhuis. 2010. Hydrological evaluation and design of vegetative treatment areas. American Water Resources Association 2010 Annual Water Resources Conference, November 1-4, Philadelphia, PA.
  98. Dahlke, H.E., M. Easton, L.D. Brown, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2010. The role of fragipan soils properties for hillslope subsurface flow dynamics. General Assembly, European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria, May 2-7, 2010.
  99. Easton, Z.M.,S. Steenhuis, M.T. Walter. 2010. Development and application of a physically based landscape water balance in the SWAT model. USDA National Water Conference, Hilton Head, SC. (Invited).
  100. Singh, A., Shoemaker, C., Woodbury, J., and M. Easton. 2010. New calibration methods for incorporating variable source area hydrology in an application of SWAT to phosphorous transport in a large watershed in Northeastern U. S. In Proceedings from the 2010 AGU Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting. American Geophysical Union, 2000 Florida Ave., N. W. Washington DC 20009 USA.
  101. Easton, Z.M.,S. Steenhuis, M.T. Walter. 2009. Up-scaling plot measures in a distributed watershed model. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H32D-07.
  102. Woodbury, J., C. A. Shoemaker, D. Cowan, M. Easton, 2009. Effects of modeling variable source area hydrology on flow and phosphorous transport predicted by a SWAT model for the Cannonsville Watershed Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H51I-0873.
  103. Easton, Z.M.,S. Steenhuis, M.T. Walter. 2009. Combined monitoring and modeling indicate most effective BMPs. North American Lake Management Society Annual Meeting, Hartford, CT.
  104. Easton, Z.M., D White, T.S. Steenhuis, M.T. Walter. 2009. SWAT Water Balance: Development and application of a physically based landscape water balance in the SWAT model. SWAT Conference, Boulder, CO.
  105. Easton, Z.M., P. Bishop, T.S. Steenhuis, and M.T. Walter. 2008. Do water quality BMPs work? Combined monitoring and modeling hold the answer. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H13C-0949.
  106. Fuka, D.R., M. Easton, H.E. Dahlke, E.D. White, M.T. Walter, D. Cowan, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2008. Integrating “poor-man’s” ensemble weather risk forecasts to calibrate and force spatial hydrologic modeling systems. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H53H-08.
  107. White, E.D., M. Easton, D.R. Fuka, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2008. Improved Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) performance by removal of the Curve Number method. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H43D-1035.
  108. Easton, Z.M., M.T. Walter, P. Bishop. 2008. Do water quality BMPs work? Combined monitoring and modeling hold the answer. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H13C-0949.
  109. Dahlke, H.E., M. Easton, D.R. Fuka, N.S. Rao, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2008. Forecast of spatially distributed runoff dynamics in the Finger Lakes region using an interactive web tool and Python. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H41G-0965.
  110. Dahlke, H., N. Rao, E. White, T. L. Veith, M. Easton, E. Schneiderman, and T. Steenhuis. 2008 Testing models for predicting BMP effectiveness in Town Brook, a CEAP watershed. National Sedimentation Laboratory (NSL)-50 Years of Soil & Water Research in a Changing Agricultural Environment (2008). (Invited).
  111. Flores-López, F, M. Easton, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2007. Ground water, surface water and land interactions for soluble reactive phosphorus and nitrate at a dairy farm in a Catskill Mountains’ valley. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H51B-0462.
  112. Rao, N.S., M. Easton, D.R. Lee, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2007. Combining water quality and cost-benefit analysis to examine the implications of agricultural best management practices. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H31F-0724.
  113. Easton, Z.M., M.T. Walter, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2006. Phosphorus risk assessment using the Soil Moisture Distribution and Routing Model. SERA-17 Annual Meeting. (Invited).
  114. Fuka, D., T.S. Steenhuis, M. Easton, S. Lyon, and M.T. Walter. 2006. Incorporating VSA hydrology into SWAT model: an application to a watershed in the Catskill mountain range. In Variable Source Area Hydrology and Targeting Water Quality Conservation Practices. Soil and Water Conservation Society. Ankeny, Iowa.
  115. Easton, Z.M., M.T. Walter, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2006. Incorporating variable source area hydrology into curve number based watershed models. In Variable Source Area Hydrology and Targeting Water Quality Conservation Practices. Soil and Water Conservation Society. Ankeny, Iowa.
  116. Easton, Z.M., P. Gérard-Marchant, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2006. Hydrologic assessment of an urban variable source watershed in the Northeast US. In Variable Source Area Hydrology and Targeting Water Quality Conservation Practices. Soil and Water Conservation Society. Ankeny, Iowa.
  117. Easton, Z.M., P. Gérard-Marchant, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2006. Predicting dissolved phosphorus transport from an urban watershed using distributed hydrologic modeling. In Variable Source Area Hydrology and Targeting Water Quality Conservation Practices. Soil and Water Conservation Society. Ankeny, Iowa.
  118. S. Steenhuis, C.A. Shoemaker, Z.M. Easton, J.R. Stedinger, S. Lyon, N.S. Rao, D. Cowan, D. Fuka, F. Flores-Lopez, and B.A. Tolson. 2006. Integrating data and models in the Catskills to assess effectiveness of Phosphorus BMP’s. In USDA-CSREES Water Quality Program abstracts. San Antonio, TX. (Invited).
  119. Easton, Z.M. and A.M. Petrovic. 2005. Landscape impact on urban runoff: Comparing dissolved and total phosphorus loading rates based on landuse. In Annual Meetings Abstracts [CD-ROM]. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.
  120. Easton, Z.M., P. Gerard-Marchant, S. Steenhuis, and A.M. Petrovic. 2005. Dissolved phosphorus transport from an urban watershed using distributed hydrologic modeling. In Annual Meetings Abstracts [CD-ROM]. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.
  121. Easton, Z.M. and A.M. Petrovic. 2005. Landscape impact on urban runoff: determining nutrient loading rates based on land use. ACS symposium. The fate of nutrients and plant protection chemical in the urban environment.
  122. Easton, Z.M. and A.M. Petrovic. 2004. Landscape impact on urban runoff: Determining phosphorus loading rates based on land use. In Annual Meetings Abstracts [CD-ROM]. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.
  123. Easton, Z.M., T.S. Steenhuis, and A.M. Petrovic. 2004. Urban watershed modeling: Using soil moisture distribution and routing to assess the impact of urban development. In Annual Meetings Abstracts [CD-ROM]. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.
  124. Easton, Z.M., T.S. Steenhuis, and A.M. Petrovic. 2004. Landscape impact on nutrient loading to surface waters in urban ecosystems. Baltimore Ecosystem Conference, Baltimore, MD. (Invited).
  125. Easton, Z.M., T.S. Steenhuis, and A.M. Petrovic. 2004. Urban watershed modeling: Using soil moisture distribution and routing to assess the impact of urban development. Baltimore Ecosystem Conference, Baltimore, MD. (Invited).

Extension/Outreach

  1. Easton, Z.M. and K. Stephenson. 2019. Overview of salient points from BMP targeting literature synthesis. US EPA CBP STAC BMP targeting workshop. Fairfax VA. Nov 2019.
  2. Easton, Z.M. Chesapeake Hydrologic Model Visioning 2025. US EPA CBP. Annapolis MD. Sept 2019.
  3. Easton, Z.M. and D.R. Fuka*. 2018. Connecting to the CHORDS data portal using R. IS-GEO, Intelligent Systems in the Geo Sciences workshop. Hilo HI. Aug 2018.
  4. Easton, Z.M. Privacy and security issues with sensor data. IS-GEO, Intelligent Systems in the Geo Sciences workshop. Hilo HI. Aug 2018.
  5. Easton, Z.M. and D.R. Fuka*. 2018. Creating custom dashboards for your sensor data. IS-GEO, Intelligent Systems in the Geo Sciences workshop. Hilo HI. Aug 2018.
  6. Easton, Z.M. STAC P6 Watershed Model Review: Lessons Learned and Visioning 2020.
  7. Easton, Z.M. and E.M. Bock*. NRCS Ag Water Management and Drainage Mid Atlantic Tour. April 2017.
  8. Easton, Z.M. and A.R. Sommerlot*. 2107. The use of runoff risk advisory tools for water quality protection. eXtension Webinar. June 2017.
  9. Easton, Z.M. and E.M. Bock*. NRCS Ag Water Management and Drainage Mid Atlantic Tour. June 2016.
  10. Bock, E.*, Faulkner, and Z.M. Easton. Climate change adaptation for agriculture: Mitigating short- and long-term impacts of climate on crop production. 2016. Resilient Virginia Conference. Richmond, VA, 22-23 Mar. (invited).
  11. Easton, Z.M. and E. Bock*. 2015. Hydrology basics and the water cycle. Mid Atlantic Crop School, Ocean City, MD. Nov 2015. (invited).
  12. Bock, E*. and M. Easton. 2015. Drainage basics and drainage water management. Mid Atlantic Crop School, Ocean City, MD. Nov 2015. (invited).
  13. Bock, E*. and M. Easton. 2015. Ag water management and water quality. AgriDrain Field Day, Shirley Plantation, Charles City, VA. October 2015
  14. Easton, Z.M. and E. Bock*. 2015. Biofilter performance and GHG emissions. NRCS Biofilter Demonstration Day, Corbin Hall Farm, Waterview, VA. August 2015.
  15. Bock, E*. and Z.M. Easton. 2015. Drainage basics and drainage water management. 2015. Soil and Water Conservation Society Annual Meeting, Richmond, VA, 28 Oct. (invited).
  16. Easton, Z.M. and E. Bock*. 2014. Enhanced nitrogen and phosphorus removal and mitigation of greenhouse gases in denitrifying bioreactors amended with biochar. North Central Drainage Management Task Force Meeting, Findlay OH. (Invited).
  17. Easton, Z.M. and E. Bock*. 2014. Drainage Basics and New Technologies to Control Nutrient Loss. Drainage Demonstration Day, Shirley Plantation, Charles City, VA.
  18. Easton, Z.M. The Water We Drink, VT Presidential Installment, Blacksburg, VA. (Invited).  
  19. Easton, Z.M. Can Incorporating Terrain Metrics into Watershed Models Improve Conservation Planning? Virginia Ag Conference, Belle Haven, VA.
  20. Easton, Z.M. and E. Bock*. 2013. Bioreactors as Edge-of-Field Practice to Reduce Nitrogen Export. Virginia Ag Conference, Belle Haven, VA.
  21. Easton, Z.M. Agricultural water quality update. Virginia Ag Conference, Belle Haven, VA.
  22. Easton, Z.M. Eliminating non-point from non-point source pollution. Virginia Crop Production School. Richmond, VA.
  23. Easton, Z.M. What will the TMDL mean for the Eastern Shore. Virginia Ag Conference, Belle Haven, VA.
  24. Easton, Z.M. Emerging technologies to identify hydrologically sensitive areas of the landscape. Virginia Crop Production Association Annual Meeting, Richmond, VA. (Invited).
  25. Easton, Z.M. Eliminating non-point from non-point source pollution. Mid Atlantic Crop School, Ocean City, MD. (Invited).
  26. Easton, Z.M. Protecting water quality in agriculture. American Farmland Trust-Planning for Farms, Food, and Energy. Syracuse, NY. (Invited).    

Other Presentations

  1. Easton, Z.M. Modeling options to investigate and incorporate BMP performance uncertainty in the CBP Phase 6 Watershed Model. STAC Uncertainty Workshop, Vienna, VA. (Invited).
  2. Easton, Z.M. Model optimization: Best practices and cautionary tales. STAC Optimization Workshop, Annapolis MD (Invited).
  3. Easton, Z.M. and E.M. Bock*. Coupled biophysical biochemical system to remediate nitrate in groundwater. VT ICTAS Grant Review, Blacksburg, VA.
  4. Easton, Z.M. Can hydrologic complexity simplify watershed modeling? Interagency Steering Committee on Multimedia Environmental Models-NSF/USACE, Baltimore, MD. (Invited).
  5. Easton, Z.M. and E.M. Bock*. 2014. Lessons from agricultural drainage- modeling and management of ag drainage. Chesapeake Bay Science and Technical Advisory Committee, Re-Plumbing the Chesapeake, Easton, MD. (Invited).
  6. Easton, Z.M. R. Fuka*, and A.S. Collick. 2014. Phosphorus modeling with variable source hydrology. Chesapeake Bay Science and Technical Advisory Committee, Annapolis MD. (Invited).
  7. Easton, Z.M. and D.R. Fuka*. 2014. A Simple Routine to Modeling snow depth and snowmelt in complex terrains. Virginia Tech GIS and Remote Sensing Symposium, Blacksburg, VA. (Invited).
  8. Easton, Z.M. Wagena*, and D.R Fuka*. 2013. Regional climate change in the Blue Nile Basin: Implication for water availability and sediment transport. University of Rhode Island Geoscience Seminar Series, Kingston, RI. (Invited).
  9. Easton, Z.M. and E.M. Bock*. 2013. Nitrogen speciation and nutrient mass reductions in field scale bioreactors. Cornell University Biological and Environmental Engineering Seminar Series, Ithaca, NY. (Invited).
  10. Easton, Z.M. Can hydrologic complexity simplify watershed modeling? Penn State Water Colloquium, University Park, PA. (Invited).
  11. Easton, Z.M. Redefining phosphorus index transport: integrating critical source areas and transport pathways. Virginia Tech Biological System Engineering Seminar Series, Blacksburg VA.
  12. Easton, Z.M. and T.S. Steenhuis. Rainfall-runoff and sediment modeling in the Blue Nile Basin. International Water Management Institute Upstream Downstream/Nile Basin Initiative Stakeholders Meeting. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. (Invited).
  13. Easton, Z.M., T. Walter, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. Quality of long-term data for model development. USDA-CSREES National Water Conference. Hilton Head, SC.
  14. Easton, Z.M. T. Walter, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. Use of hydrology and water quality model’s for BMP assessment. USDA-CSREES National Water Conference. Hilton Head, SC.
  15. Easton, Z.M., T. Walter, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. Framework for CEAP synthesis watershed results. USDA-CSREES National Water Conference. Hilton Head, SC.
  16. Easton, Z.M., and T.S. Steenhuis. SWAT modeling in the Blue Nile, Ethiopia: Applications to water allocation management. International Water Management Institute Upstream Downstream Meeting. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. (Invited).
  17. Easton, Z.M. and T.S. Steenhuis. SWAT modeling in the Blue Nile, Ethiopia: Applications to watershed modeling. International Water Management Institute Upstream Downstream Meeting. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
  18. Easton, Z.M. and T.S. Steenhuis. Assessing hydrology and sediment loss in the Blue Nile Basin: Options and opportunities. International Water Management Institute-Upstream/Downstream Initiative Ethiopia.
  19. Easton, Z.M., R. Fuka, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2007. Identifying hydrologically sensitive areas with a time series of remotely sensed images. New York City Watershed Science Support Group, Kingston, NY.
  20. Easton, Z.M.R. Fuka, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2007. Re-conceptualizing the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) model for variable source area hydrology. New York City Watershed Science Support Group, Kingston, NY.
  21. Easton, Z.M. 2007. Landscape engineering with limited data. Dept. of Biological and Environmental Engineering: Soil and Water Engineering Seminar Series. Cornell University. Ithaca NY.
  22. Easton, Z.M. Identifying hydrologically sensitive areas with a time series of remotely sensed images Dept. of Biological and Environmental Engineering: Soil and Water Engineering Seminar Series. Cornell University. Ithaca NY.
  23. Easton, Z.M. Re-conceptualizing the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) model for variable source area hydrology. Dept. of Biological and Environmental Engineering: Soil and Water Engineering Seminar Series. Cornell University. Ithaca NY.
  24. Easton, Z.M. 2005. Determining and modeling phosphorus loading rates based on land use in an urban watershed. Dept. of Biological and Environmental Engineering: Soil and Water Engineering Seminar Series. Cornell University. Ithaca NY.

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