Biological and Environmental Engineering
Selected Publications

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Peer-Reviewed Papers
(* indicate undergraduate co-authors)
2017
Buchannan, B., D.A. Auerbach, R.A. McManamay, J. Taylor, A.S. Flecker, J.A. Archibald, D.R. Fuka, M.T. Walter. 2017. Assessing environmental flow needs in the context of unconventional natural gas development in the Marcellus Shale. Ecological Applications 27(1): 37–55. [doi: 10.1002/eap.1425] (online Aug. 29, 2016). URL

Easton, Z.M., P.J. Kleinman, A.R. Buda, D. Goering, N. Emberston, S. Reed, P.J. Drohan, M.T. Walter, P. Guinan, J.A. Lory, A.R. Sommerlot, A. Sharpley. 2017. Short-term forecasting tools for agricultural nutrient management. Journal of Environmental Quality (in press) [doi:10.2134/jeq2016.09.0377] URL

Han, Z, L.E. Drinkwater, M.T. Walter. 2017. Impact of cover cropping and landscape positions on nitrous oxide emissions in Northeastern US agroecosystems. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 245: 124-134. [doi: 10.1016/j.agee.2017.05.018] (online May 29, 2017) URL.

Han, Z, L.E. Drinkwater M.T. Walter. 2017. N2O emissions from grain cropping systems: Meta-analysis of management impacts, and cross-scale perspectives. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 107(3): 335-355. [doi:10.1007/s10705-017-9836-z.]. (online April 1, 2017).URL.

Knighton, J.O., A.T. DeGaetano, M.T. Walter. 2017. Hydrologic state influence on riverine flood discharge for a small temperate watershed (Fall Creek, USA): Negative feedbacks on the effects of climate change. Journal of Hydrometeorology 18: 431-449. [doi: 10.1175/JHM-D-16-0164.1] (online Jan. 31, 2017). URL

Knighton, J.O., S.M. Saia, C.K. Morris, J.A. Archiblad, M.T. Walter. 2017. Ecohydrologic Considerations for Modeling of Stable Water Isotopes in a Small Intermittent Watershed. Hydrological Processes 31(13): 2438–2452. [doi: 10.1002/hyp.11194] (online May 24, 2017).URL

McPhillips, L.E., C.L. Goodale, M.T. Walter. 2017. Nutrient leaching and greenhouse gas emissions in grassed detention and bioretention stormwater basins. ASCE Journal of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment (accepted).

Morse, N.E., L.E. McPhillips, J.P. Shapleigh, M.T. Walter. 2017. The role of denitrification in stormwater detention basin treatment of nitrogen. Environmental Science & Technology 51, 7928-7935. [doi: 10.1021/acs.est.7b01813] (online June 22, 2017). URL

Ogden, F.L., R. “Pete” Hawkins, M.T. Walter. D.C. Goodrich. 2017. Comment on “Beyond the SCS-CN method: A theoretical framework for spatially lumped rainfall-runoff response” by M.S. Bartlett, A.J. Parolari, J.J. McDonnell and A. Porporato. Water Resources Research (in press) [doi: 10.1002/2016WR020176] (online June 22, 2017) URL.

Saia, S.M. P.J. Sullivan, J.M. Regan, H.J. Carrick, A.R. Buda, N.A. Locke, M.T. Walter. 2017. Evidence for polyphosphate accumulating organism (PAO)-mediated phosphorus cycling in stream biofilms under alternating aerobic/anaerobic conditions. Freshwater Science 36(2):284-296. [doi: 10.1086/691439] (online Feb. 24, 2017). URL

Wang, C., J.-Y. Parlange, E.W. Rasmussen*, X. Wang, M. Chen, M.T. Walter. 2017. Modeling the release of Escherichia coli from soil into overland flow under raindrop impact. Advances in Water Resources (in press). [doi: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2016.10.016] (online Oct. 24, 2016). URL

2016
Auerback, D.A., Z.M. Easton, M.T. Walter, A.S. Flecker, D.R. Fuka. 2016. Evaluating weather observations and the Climate Forecast System Reanalysis as inputs for hydrologic modeling in the tropics. Hydrological Processes 30(19): 3466–3477. [doi: 10.1002/hyp.10860] (online March 30, 2016). URL

Auerback, D.A., B.P. Buchanan, A.V. Alexiades, E.P. Anderson, A.C. Encalada, E.I. Larson, R.A. McManamay, G.L. Poe, M.T. Walter, A.S. Flecker. 2016. Towards catchment classification in data-scarce regions. Ecohydrology 9(7) 1235–1247. [doi: 10.1002/eco.1721] (online Jan. 29, 2016). URL

Chamberlain, S.D., N. Gomez-Casanovas, M.T. Walter, E.H. Boughton, C.J. Bernacchi, E.H. DeLucia, P.M. Groffman, E.W. Keel, J.P. Sparks. 2016. Influence of transient flooding on methane fluxes from subtropical pastures. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 121(3); 965-977. [doi: 10.1002/2015JG003283] (online Mar. 14, 2016). URL

Hofmeister, K.L., C.B. Georgakakos*, M.T. Walter. 2016. A simple runoff threshold model based on topographic wetness indices and soil moisture for central New York agricultural fields. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 7(4): 289-300. [doi:10.2489/jswc.71.4.289] URL

Knighton, J.O. and M.T. Walter. 2016. Critical rainfall statistics for predicting watershed flood responses: Rethinking the design storm concept. Hydrological Processes 30(21): 3788-3803. [doi: 10.1002/hyp.10888] (online June 15, 2016) URL

Marjerison, R.D., M.T. Walter, P.J. Sullivan, S. Colucci. 2016. Does population affect the location of flash flood reports? Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 55: 1953–1963. [doi: 10.1175/JAMC-D-15-0329.1] (online Sept. 2, 2016). URL

McPhillips, L.E., P.M. Groffman, R.L. Schneider, M.T. Walter. 2016. Nutrient cycling in grassed roadside ditches and lawns in a suburban watershed. Journal of Environmental Quality 45(6):1901-1909. [doi:10.2134/jeq2016.05.0178] (online Oct. 6, 2016) URL

Morse, N.R., M.T. Walter, D. Osmond, W. Hunt. 2016. Roadside soils shows low plant available Zinc and Copper concentrations. Environmental Pollution 209: 30-37. [doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2015.11.011] (online Dec. 7, 2015). URL

Pluer, W.T., L.D. Geohring, T.S. Steenhuis, M.T. Walter. 2016. Controls influencing the treatment of excess agricultural nitrate with denitrifying bioreactors. Journal of Environmental Quality 45(3): 772-778. [doi: 10.2134/jeq2015.06.0271]. URL

Prestigiacomo, A.R., S.W. Effler, D.A. Matthews, M.T. Auer, B.E. Downer, A. Kuczynski, M.T. Walter. 2016. Apportionment of bioavailable phosphorus loads entering Cayuga Lake, New York. Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) 52(1): 31-47. [doi: 10.1111/1752-1688.12366] (online Nov. 14, 2015). URL

Truhlar, A.M., B.G. Rahm, R.A. Brooks, S.A. Nadeau*, E.T. Makarsky*, M.T. Walter. 2016. Greenhouse gas emissions from septic systems in New York State. Journal of Environmental Quality 45(4): 1153-1160.[doi: 10.2134/jeq2015.09.0478] (online May 31, 2016) URL

2015
Anderson, T.R., P.M. Groffman, M.T. Walter. 2015. Using a soil topographic index to distribute denitrification fluxes across a northeastern headwater catchment. Journal of Hydrology 522: 123-134. [doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2014.12.043]. URL

Barclay, J.R., T.R. Anderson, J.A. Archibald, M.T. Walter. 2015. Modeling denitrification in an agricultural catchment in central New York. Sustainability of Water Quality and Ecology 5: 49-63. [doi: 10.1016/j.swaqe.2014.12.007] (online 14 Jan. 2015) URL

Barclay. J.R. and M.T. Walter. Modeling denitrification in a changing climate. Sustainability of Water Quality and Ecology 5: 64-76 [doi: 10.1016/j.swaqe.2014.12.006] (online 14 Jan. 2015) URL

Hetherington, A.L., R.L. Schneider, L.G. Rudstam, G. Gal, A.T. DeGaetano, M.T. Walter. 2015. Modeling climate change impacts on the thermal dynamics of polymictic Oneida Lake, New York, United States. Ecological Modeling 300: 1-11. URL

Dahlke, H., A.G. Williams, C.B. Georgakakos*, S.K.W. Leung*, A.N. Sharma, S.W. Lyon, M.T. Walter. 2015. Using concurrent DNA tracer injections to infer glacial flow pathways. Hydrological Processes 29(25): 5257-5274. [doi: 10.1002/hyp.10679] (online Oct. 6, 2015).URL

Friedman E.S., L.E. McPhillips, J.J. Werner, A.C. Poole, R. Ley, M.T. Walter, L. Angenent. 2015. Methane emission in a specific riparian-zone sediment decreased with bioelectrochemical manipulation and corresponded to the microbial community dynamics. Frontiers in Microbiology, section Microbiotechnology, Ecotoxicology and Bioremediation 6:1523. [doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2015.01523]. URL

Hetherington, A.L., R.L. Schneider, L.G. Rudstam, G. Gal, A.T. DeGaetano, M.T. Walter. 2015. Modeling climate change impacts on the thermal dynamics of polymictic Oneida Lake, New York, United States. Ecological Modeling 300: 1-11 [doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2014.12.018]. URL

Klein, J., K. Ekstedt, M.T. Walter, S.W. Lyon. 2015. Modeling potential water resource impacts of Mediterranean tourism in a changing climate. Environmental Modelling and Assessment 20(2): 117-128 [doi: 10.1007/s10666-014-9418-2] (online June 13, 2014) URL

McPhillips, L.E. and M.T. Walter. 2015. Hydrologic conditions drive denitrification and greenhouse gas emissions in stormwater detention basins. Ecological Engineering 85: 67-75. [doi:10.1016/j.ecoleng.2015.10.018] (online Oct. 18, 2015). URL

McPhillips, L.E., P.M. Groffman, C.L. Goodale, M.T. Walter. 2015. Hydrologic and biogeochemical drivers of riparian denitrification in an agricultural watershed. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 226:169 [doi: 10.1007/s11270-015-2434-2] (online May 4, 2015) URL

Truhlar, A.M., A.E. Salvucci,M.T. Walter, L.D. Warnick, A.G. Hay, T.S. Steenhuis. 2015. Effects of manure-application practices on curli production by Escherichia coli transported through soil. Environmental Science & Technology 49(4): 2099–2104. URL

Wilson, N., M.T. Walter, J. Waterhouse. 2015. Indigenous knowledge of hydrologic change in the Yukon River Basin. Arctic 68(1): 93-106.pdf URL

2014
Anderson, T.R., P.M. Groffman, S.S. Kaushal, M.T. Walter. 2014. Shallow groundwater denitrification in riparian zones of an agricultural landscape. Journal of Environmental Quality 43: 732–744 [doi:10.2134/jeq2013.07.0303]. JEQ Link

Anderson, T.R., C.L. Goodale, P.M. Groffman, M.T. Walter. 2014. Assessing denitrification from seasonally saturated soils in an agricultural landscape: A farm-scale mass-balance approach. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 189: 60-69 [doi: 10.1016/j.agee.2014.03.026] (online Mar. 29, 2014). URL

Archibald, J.A., B. Buchanan, D.R. Fuka, C.B. Georgakakos*, S.W. Lyon, M.T. Walter. 2014. A simple, regionally parameterized model for predicting nonpoint source areas in the Northeastern US. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 1: 74-91 [doi: 10.1016/j.ejrh.2014.06.003]. Open Access

Archibald, J.A. and M.T. Walter. 2014. Do energy-based PET models require more input data than temperature-based models? – An evaluation at four humid FluxNet sites. Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) 27: 3511–3515 [doi: 10.1111/jawr.12137]. URL

Buchanan, B.P., M.L. Fleming*, R.L. Schneider, B.K. Richards, J.A. Archibald, Z. Qiu, M.T. Walter. 2014. Evaluating topographic wetness indices across Central New York agricultural landscapes. Hydrology and Earth System Science (HESS). 18: 3279-3299 (discussion, 10: 14041-12093). URL

Cheng, X., S.B. Shaw, R.D. Marjerison, C.D. Yearick, S.D. DeGloria, M.T. Walter. 2014. Improving risk estimates of runoff producing areas: Formulating variable source areas as a bivariate process. Journal of Environmental Management 137: 146-156. URL

Delwiche, K.B., C.J. Lehman, M.T. Walter. 2014. Atrazine leaching from biochar-amended soils. Chemoshpere 95: 346–352 [doi: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2013.09.043] (online Oct. 13, 2013). URL

Fuka, D.R., M.T. Walter, C. MacAllister, T.S. Steenhuis , Z.M. Easton. 2014. SWATmodel: A Multi-Operating System, Multi-Platform SWAT Model Package in R. Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) 50(5): 1349-1353. [doi: 10.1111/jawr.12170] (online Apr. 7, 2014). URL

Fuka, D.R., M.T. Walter, C. MacAlister, A.T. Degaetano, T.S. Steenhuis, Z.M. Easton. 2014. Using the Climate Forecast System Reanalysis as weather input data for watershed models. Hydrological Processes 28(22): 5613–5623. [doi: 10.1002/hyp.10073] (online Oct. 7, 2013). URL

McPhillips, L.E., A.E. Creamer*, B.G. Rahm, M.T. Walter. 2014. Assessing drivers of dissolved methane patterns in central New York groundwater. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 1: 57–73 [doi: 10.1016/j.ejrh.2014.06.002]. Open Access

Sharma, A. and M.T. Walter. 2014. Estimating long-term changes in actual evapotranspiration and water storage using a one-parameter model. Journal of Hydrology 519: Part B, 2312–2317 [doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2014.10.014] (online Nov. 27, 2014) URL

2013
Archibald, J.A. and M.T. Walter. 2013. Comment on “Assessing temperature-based PET equations under a changing climate in temperate, deciduous forests” by Shaw and Riha. Hydrological Processes 27: 3511–3515 [doi: 10.1002/hyp.9971] (online Aug. 14, 2013) URL

Buchanan, B.P., J.A. Archibald, Z.M. Easton, S.B. Shaw, R.L. Schneider, M.T. Walter. 2013. A Phosphorus Index that combines critical source areas and transport pathways using a travel time approach. Journal of Hydrology 486: 123–135 [doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2013.01.018] (online Jan. 31, 2013). URL

Buchanan, B.P., K. Falbo, R.L. Schneider, Z.M. Easton, M.T. Walter. 2013. Hydrological impact of roadside ditches in an agricultural watershed in Central New York: Implications for non-point source pollutant transport. Hydrological Processes 27(17): 2422–2437 [doi: 10.1002/hyp.9305 ] (online May 2012). URL

Buchanan, B.P., Z.M. Easton, R.L. Schneider, M.T. Walter. 2013. Modeling the hydrological and water quality impacts of roadside ditch networks on receiving waters. Journal of Hydrology. 486: 293–305 [doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2013.01.040] (online Feb. 8, 2012) URL

Buchanan, B.P, G.N. Nagle, M.T. Walter. 2013. Long-term monitoring and assessment of a stream restoration project in Central New York. River Research and Applications 30(2): 245-258. [doi: 10.1002/rra.2639] (online Jan. 14, 2013). URL

Dahlke, H.E., Z.M. Easton, D.R. Fuka, M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. 2013. Real-time forecast of hydrologically sensitive areas in the Salmon Creek watershed, NY State using an online prediction tool. Water 5: 917-944 [doi:10.3390/w5030917]. URL

Falbo, K., R.L. Schneider, D.H. Buckley, M.T. Walter, P.W. Bergholtz, B.P. Buchanan. 2013. Roadside ditches as conduits of fecal indicator organisms and sediment: Implications for water quality management. Journal of Environmental Management 128:1050-1059. [doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2013.05.021] URL.

Harpold, A.A., D.A. Burns, M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. 2013. Explaining the spatial variability of aquatic biota using hydrogeomorphologic properties in the Neversink Watershed, New York State. Ecological Applications 23(4): 791–800 (online Dec. 2012). URL

Lyon, S.W., M.T. Walter, J.A. Archibald, E.J. Jantze. 2013. Training hydrologists to be ecohydrologists: A "how-you-can-do-it" example leveraging an active learning environment for studying plant–water interaction. Hydrology and Earth System Science (HESS) SI: Hydrology education in a changing world 17(1): 269-279 [doi:10.5194/hess-17-269-2013] (Discussion Aug. 9, 2012). URL

Recha, J.W., C.J. Lehman, M.T. Walter, A. Pell, L. Verchot, M. Johnson. 2013. Stream water nutrient and organic carbon exports from tropical headwater catchments at a soil degradation gradient. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 95(2): 145-158 [doi: 10.1007/s10705-013-9554-0] (online Jan. 2013). URL

Wang, C., M.T. Walter, J.-Y. Parlange. 2013. Modeling simple experiments of biochar erosion from soil. Journal of Hydrology 499: 140-145. [doi: /10.1016/j.jhydrol.2013.06.055] (online July 5, 2013). URL

2012
Buchanan, B.P., Z.M. Easton, R.L. Schneider, M.T. Walter. 2012. Incorporating variable source area hydrology into a spatially distributed storm runoff model. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 48(1): 43-60 [doi: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2011.00594.x]. URL

Buchanan, B.P., M.T. Walter, G.N. Nagle, R.L. Schneider. 2012. Monitoring and assessment of a river restoration project in central New York. River Research and Applications. 28(2): 216-233 [doi:10.1002/rra.1453] (available on-line Sept. 15, 2010). URL

Dahlke, H., Z.M. Easton, S.W. Lyon, M.T. Walter, G. Destouni, T.S. Steenhuis. 2012. Dissecting the variable source area concept – Subsurface flow pathways and water mixing processes in a hillslope. Journal of Hydrology 420: 125-141 [doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2011.11.052] (available online Dec. 8, 2011). URL

Dahlke, H., Z.M. Easton, M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. 2012. A field test of the variable source area interpretation of the Curve Number rainfall-runoff equation. ASCE Journal of Irrigation and Drainage 37(3): 235-244. URL

Fuka, D.R., Z.M. Easton, E.S. Brooks, J. Boll, T.S. Steenhuis, M.T. Walter. 2012. A Simple Process-Based Snowmelt Routine to Model Spatially Distributed Snow Depth and Snowmelt in the SWAT Model. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 48(6): 1151–116 [doi: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2012.00680.x] (available online Aug. 6, 2012). URL

Li, J., T.R. Anderson, M.T. Walter. 2012. Landscape scale variation in nitrous oxide flux along a typical Northeastern US topographic gradient in the early summer. Water, Air & Soil Pollution 223(4): 1571-1580 [doi: 10.1007/s11270-011-0965-8]. URL

Recha, J.W., J. Lehman, M.T. Walter, A. Pell, L. Verchot, M. Johnson. 2012. Stream discharge in tropical headwater catchments as a result of forest clearing and soil degradation. Earth Interactions 16: paper no. 13. URL

Royem, A.A., C. Mui, D.R. Fuka, M.T. Walter. 2012. Proposing a low-tech, affordable, accurate stream stage monitoring system. Transactions of the ASABE 55(6): 2237-2242. pdf

Sharma, A.N., D. Luo, M.T. Walter. 2012. Hydrological tracers using nano-biotechnology: Proof of concept. Environmental Science & Technology. 46 (16): 8928–8936 [doi: DOI: 10.1021/es301561q] (available on-line July. 25, 2012). URL

Shaw, S.B., R.D. Marjerison, J.-Y. Parlange, D. Bouldin, M.T. Walter. 2012. A simple model of changes in stream chloride levels due to road salt applications. ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 138(1): 112-118 [doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)EE.1943-7870.0000458] (available online July 21, 2011). URL

Shaw, S.B. and M.T. Walter. 2012. Using comparative analysis to teach about the nature of non-stationarity in future flood predictions. Hydrology and Earth System Science (HESS) SI: Hydrology education in a changing world 16: 1269–1279 (Discussion Dec. 21, 2011). URL

2011
Easton, Z.M., M.T. Walter, D.R. Fuka, E.D. White. T.S. Steenhuis. 2011. A simple concept for calibrating runoff thresholds in quasi-distributed variable source area watershed models. Hydrological Processes 25(20): 3131-3143 [doi: 10.1002/hyp.8032] [doi: 10.1002/hyp.8032] (available online Feb. 22, 2011). URL

Marjerison, R.D., H. Dahlke, Z.M. Easton, M.T. Walter. 2011. A P-Index transport factor based on variable source area hydrology for New York State. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 66(3): 149-157. URL

2010
Easton, Z.M., P.J. Sullivan, M.T. Walter, D.R. Fuka, A.M. Petrovic, T.S. Steenhuis. 2010. A simple metric to predict stream water quality from storm runoff in an urban watershed. Journal of Environmental Quality 39(4): 1338-1348 [doi:10.2134/jeq2010.0013]. URL abstract

Harpold, A.A., D.A. Burns, S.B. Shaw, M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. 2010. Relating hydrogeomorphic properties to stream buffering chemistry in the Neversink River Watershed, New York State, USA. Hydrologic Processes 24(26): 3759-3771 [doi: 10.1002/hyp.7802] (available online Aug. 5, 2010).URL

Shaw, S.B., J.R. Stedinger, M.T. Walter. 2010. Evaluating urban pollutant build-up/wash-off models using a Madison, Wisconsin catchment. ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering 136: 194-203. URL

2009
Easton, Z.M., M.T. Walter, E.M. Schneiderman, T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. Including source specific phosphorus mobility in a non-point source pollution model for agricultural watersheds. ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering 135(1): 25-35. pdf

Goodale, C.L., S.A. Thomas, G. Fredriksen, E.M. Elliott, K.M. Flinn, T.J. Butler, M.T. Walter. 2009. Unusual seasonal patterns and inferred processes of nitrogen retention in forested headwaters of the Upper Susquehanna River. Biogeochemistry 93:197–218 [doi: 10.1007/s10533-009-9298-8]. URL

Liebe, J.R., N. van de Giesen, M.S. Andreini, T.S. Steenhuis, M.T. Walter. 2009. Suitability and limitations of ENVISAT ASAR for Monitoring Small Reservoirs in a semi-arid area. IEEE Transactions on Geosciences and Remote Sensing 47(5): 1536-1547. URL

Liebe, J.R., N. van de Giessen, M.S. Andreini, M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. Determining watershed response in data poor environments with remotely sensed small reservoirs as runoff gauges. Water Resources Research 45, W07410 [doi: 10.1029/2008WR007369]. pdf

Meixler, M.S., M.B. Bain, M.T. Walter. 2009. Predicting barrier passage and habitat suitability for migratory fish species. Ecological Modeling 220: 2782–2791 [doi: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2009.07.014]. pdf

Shaw, S.B. and M.T. Walter. 2009. Estimating storm runoff risk using bivariate frequency analyses of rainfall and antecedent watershed wetness. Water Resources Research. 45: W03404 [doi:10.1029/2008WR006900]. pdf

Shaw, S.B., M.T. Walter, J.-Y. Parlange. 2009. Accounting for surface roughness in a physically-based urban wash-off model. Journal of Hydrology 367(1-2): 79-85. pdf

Walter, M.T., J.A. Archibald, B. Buchanan, H. Dahlke, Z.M. Easton, R.D. Marjerison, A.N. Sharma, S.B. Shaw. 2009. A new paradigm for sizing riparian buffers to reduce risks of polluted storm water: A practical synthesis. ASCE Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering 135(2): 200-209. pdf

2008
Cheng, W., N. Park, M.T. Walter, M.R. Hartman, D. Luo. 2008. Nanopatterning self-assembled nanoparticle superlattices by molding microdroplet. Nature Nanotechnology 3(11): 682 - 690 [doi: 10.1038/nnano.2008.279]. URL

Easton, Z.M., D.R. Fuka, M.T. Walter, D.M. Cowan, E.M. Schneiderman, T.S. Steenhuis. 2008. Re-conceptualizing the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) model to predict saturation excess runoff from variable source areas. Journal of Hydrology 348(3-4): 279-291. pdf

Easton, Z.M., M.T. Walter T.S. Steenhuis. 2008. Combined monitoring and modeling indicate the most effective agricultural best management practices. Journal of Environmental Quality 37: 1798-1809 [doi:10.2134/jeq2007.0522]. pdf

Hogarth, W.L., J.Y. Parlange, C.W. Rose. G.C. Sander, M.T. Walter, M.F. Walter. 2008. A note on Chows’s description of the weak hydraulic jump. Journal of Hydraulic Research 46(5): 703–706 [doi:10.3826/jhr.2008.3194]. pdf

Lyon, S.W., F. Dominguez, D.J. Gochis, N.A. Brunsell, C.L. Castro, F.K. Chow, Y. Fan, D. Fuka, Y. Hong, P.A. Kucera, S.W. Nesbitt, N. Salzmann, J. Schmidli, P.K. Snyder, A.J. Teuling, T.E. Twine, S. Levis, J.D. Lundquist, G.D. Salvucci, A.M. Sealy, M.T. Walter. 2008. Coupling terrestrial and atmospheric water dynamics to improve prediction in a changing environment. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (BAMS) 89(9): 1275-1279 [DOI: 10.1175/2008BAMS2547.1]. pdf

Lyon, S.W., J. Seibert, A.J. Lembo, T.S. Steenhuis, M.T. Walter. 2008. Incorporating landscape characteristics in a distance metric for interpolating between observations of stream water chemistry. Hydrology and Earth System Science (HESS) 12:1229-1239. pdf

Mehta, V.K., J. Krishnaswamy, M.T. Walter, S.D. DeGloria. P.J. Sulivan. 2008. Ecosystem impacts of disturbance in a dry tropical forest in southern India. Ecohydrology 1: 149–160 [doi: 10.1002/eco.14]. URL

Mehta, V.K., J. Krishnaswamy, M.T. Walter, S.D. DeGloria. P.J. Sulivan. 2008. Impacts of disturbance on soil properties in a dry tropical forest in southern India. Ecohydrology 1: 161–175 [doi: 10.1002/eco.15]. URL

Shaw, S.B., A.A. Harpold, J.C. Taylor, M.T. Walter. 2008. Investigating a high-resolution stream chloride time series from the Biscuit Brook catchment, Catskills, NY. Journal of Hydrology 348(3-4): 245-256. pdf

Shaw, S.B., R. Mahklouf*, M.T. Walter, J.-Y. Parlange, I. Lisle. 2008. Experimental testing of a stochastic sediment transport model. Journal of Hydrology 348(3-4): 425-430. pdf

Shaw, S.B., M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. 2008. Comment on 'A physical model of particulate wash-off from rough impervious surfaces' by Shaw et al. [Journal of Hydrology 327 (2006) 618-626] – Reply. Journal of Hydrology 351(1-2): 258-260.

Smith, J., B. Gao, H. Funabashi, T.N. Tran, D. Luo, B.A. Ahner, T.S. Steenhuis, A.G. Hay, M.T. Walter. 2008. Pore-scale quantification of colloid transport in saturated porous media. Environmental Science & Technology 42(2):517-523 [doi: 10.1021/es070736x]. URL

Tromp-van Meerveld, H.J., J.-Y. Parlange, D.A. Barry, M.F. Tromp, G.C. Sander, M.T. Walter, M.B. Parlange. 2008. Influence of sediment settling velocity on mechanistic soil erosion modeling. Water Resources Research 44:W06401 [doi:10.1029/2007WR006361]. pdf

2007
Easton, Z.M., P. Gérard-Marchant, M.T. Walter, A.M. Petrovic, T.S. Steenhuis. 2007. Identifying dissolved phosphorus source areas and predicting transport from an urban watershed using distributed hydrologic modeling. Water Resources Research 43: Art. No. W11414. pdf

Easton, Z.M., P. Gérard-Marchant, M.T. Walter, A.M. Petrovic, T.S. Steenhuis. 2007. Hydrologic assessment of an urban variable source watershed in the Northeast United States. Water Resources Research 43(3): Art. No. W03413. pdf

Qiu, Z, M.T. Walter, C. Hall 2007. Managing variable source pollution in agricultural watersheds. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 63(3): 115-122. link to scanned paper

Salvucci, A.E. and M.T. Walter. 2007. Using Geographic Information Systems to assess pesticide risks to groundwater. CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 2(069), 8 pp.URL

Schneiderman, E.M., T.S. Steenhuis, D.J. Thongs, Z.M. Easton, M.S. Zion, A.L. Neal*, G.F. Mendoza, M.T. Walter. 2007. Incorporating variable source area hydrology into Curve Number based watershed loading functions. Hydrological Processes 21(25): 3420-3430. pdf

Versace, V.L., D. Ierodiaconou, F. Stagneitti, A.J. Hamilton, M.T. Walter, M. LeBlanc. 2007. The relationship between native vegetation and in-stream salinity: an Australian case study. Hydrological Sciences Journal/Journal des Sciences Hydrologiques (IAHS) 317: 72–76. URL

Walker, J.*, M.T. Walter, J.-Y. Parlange, C.W. Rose, H.J. Tromp-vanMeerveld, B. Gao, A.M. Cohen*. 2007. Infiltration reduces raindrop-impact driven soil erosion. Journal of Hydrology 342(3-4), 331-335. pdf

Walter, M.T., M. Dosskey, M. Khanna, J. Miller, M. Tomer, J. Wiens. 2007. The science of targeting within landscapes and watersheds to improve conservation effectiveness. In (M. Schnepf and C. Cox eds.) Managing Agricultural Landscapes for Environmental Quality, Strengthening the Science Base, Soil and Water Conservation Society, Ankeny, IA pp 63-91.

Walter, M.T., B. Gao, J.-Y. Parlange. 2007. Modeling soil solute release into runoff with infiltration. Journal of Hydrology 347: 430–437. pdf

Walter, M.T., J.-Y. Parlange, P.C.A. Raats. 2007. Vadose zone dynamics and the legacy of Wilford R. Gardner. Transport in Porous Media 68(1): 1-4.

2006
Agnew, L.J., S. Lyon, P. Gérard-Marchant, V.B. Collins, A.J. Lembo, T.S. Steenhuis, M.T. Walter. 2006. Identifying hydrologically sensitive areas: Bridging science and application. Journal of Environmental Management 78: 64-76. pdf

Collick A.S., E.A. Fogarty, P.E. Ziegler, M.T. Walter, D.D. Bowman, T.S. Steenhuis. 2006. Survival of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts in calf housing facilities in the New York City watersheds. Journal of Environmental Quality 35(2): 680-687. URL abstract, URL to pdf download

Heilig, A., D. DeBruyn*, M.T. Walter, C.W. Rose, J.-Y. Parlange, T.S. Steenhuis, G.C. Sander, P.B. Hairsine, W.L. Hogarth, L.P. Walker. 2006. Corrigendum: Testing a mechanistic soil erosion model with a simple experiment. Journal of Hydrology 317: 171-172.

Lyon, S.W., A.J. Lembo, M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. 2006. Defining probability of saturation with indicator kriging on hard and soft data. Advances in Water Resources 29(2): 181-193. pdf

Lyon, S.W., M. McHale, M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. 2006. Effect of runoff generation mechanism on estimating land use control of P concentrations. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 42(3) 793-804.pdf

Lyon, S.W., J. Seibert, A.J. Lembo, M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. 2006. Geostatistical investigation into the temporal evolution of spatial structure in a shallow water table. Hydrology and Earth System Science (HESS) 10: 113-125. pdf

Lyon, S.W., A.J. Lembo, M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. 2006. Internet mapping tools make scientific applications easy. EOS 87(38): 386. URL

Nieber, J.L., T.S. Steenhuis, M.T. Walter, M. Bakker. 2006 Enhancement of seepage and lateral preferential flow by biopores on hillslopes. Biologia (Special Issue, Biohydrology: Impact of biological factors on soil hydrology) 61(19): S225-S228. pdf

Shaw, S.B., M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. 2006. A physical model of particulate wash-off from rough impervious surfaces. Journal of Hydrology 327(3-4): 618-626. pdf

Tripler, C., S.S. Kaushal, G.E. Likens, M.T. Walter. 2006. Environmental change and the role of potassium in forested ecosystems. Ecology Letters 9: 451-466. pdf

2005
Gao, B., M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis, J.-Y. Parlange, B.K. Richards, W.L. Hogarth, C.W. Rose, G. Sander. 2005. Investigating raindrop effects on the transport of sediment and non-sorbed chemicals from soil to surface runoff. Journal of Hydrology 308: 313-320. pdf

Gérard-Marchant, P., M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. 2005. Simple models of phosphorus release during rainfall. Journal of Environmental Quality 34: 872-876. pdf

Hogarth, W.L., J.-Y. Parlange, C.W. Rose, C. Fuentes, R. Haverkamp, M.T. Walter. 2005.Interpolation between Darcy-Weisbach and Darcy for laminar and turbulent flows. Advances in Water Resources 28(10):1028-1031. pdf

Malvicini, C.F., T.S. Steenhuis, M.T. Walter, M.F. Walter, J.-Y. Parlange. 2005. Evaluation of spring flow in the uplands of Matalom, Leyte, Philippines. Advances in Water Resources 28(10):1083-1090. pdf

Sinkevich, M.G., M.T. Walter, A.J. Lembo, B.K. Richards, N. Peranginangin, S.A. Aburime, T.S. Steenhuis. 2005. A physically-based tool for risk assessment of groundwater contamination. Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation 25(4): 82-91. pdf

Walter, M.T. , E.S. Brooks, D.K. McCool, L.G. King, M. Molnau, J. Boll. 2005. Process-based snowmelt modeling: Does it require more input data than temperature-index modeling? Journal of Hydrology 300(1-4): 65-75. pdf
 Spreadsheet of snow model No user documentation yet;
R-Model (.txt), R-Model (.r) - citation Archibald, J.A., Walter, M.T., Fuka, D.R. (2013) Snow Melt Function. EcoHydRology Package in R

Walter, M.T. , P. Gérard-Merchant, T.S. Steenhuis, M.F. Walter. 2005. Closure: A simple estimation of the prevalence of Hortonian flow in New York City’s watersheds. ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 10(2): 169-170. pdf

Walter, M.T. and D.K. McCool. 2005. Closure: A simple snowdrift model for distributed hydrological modeling. ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 10(6): 524-525. pdf

Walter, M.T. and S.B. Shaw. 2005. Discussion: “Curve number hydrology in water quality modeling: Uses, abuses, and future directions” by Garen and Moore. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 41(6): 1491-1492. pdf response

2004
Deiss, J.*, (alphabetically) C.A. Byers, D. Clover, D. D’Amore, A. Love, M. Menzies, J. Powell, M.T. Walter. 2004. Transport of lead and diesel fuel through a peat soil near Juneau, AK: A pilot study. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 74: 1-18. pdf

Gao, B., M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis, W.L. Hogarth, J.-Y. Parlange. 2004. Rainfall induced chemical transport from soil to runoff: Theory and experiments. Journal of Hydrology 295(1-4): 291-304. pdf

Lyon, S.W., P. Gérard-Marcant, M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. 2004. Using a topographic index to distribute variable source area runoff predicted with the SCS-Curve Number equation. Hydrological Processes 18(15): 2757-2771. pdf

Mehta, V.K., M.T. Walter, E.S. Brooks, T.S. Steenhuis, M.F. Walter, M. Johnson, J. Boll, D. Thongs. 2004. Evaluation and application of SMR for watershed modeling in the Catskill Mountains of New York State. Environmental Modeling & Assessment 9(2): 77-89. pdf

Rose, C.W., B. Gao, M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis, J.-Y. Parlange, K. Nakano, W.L. Hogarth. 2004. Reply to comment on ‘Investigating ponding depth and soil detachability for a mechanistic erosion model using a simple experiment’ given by P.I.A. Kinnell. Journal of Hydrology 289(1-4): 307-308. pdf

Walter, M.T., D.K. McCool, L.G. King, M. Molnau, G.S. Campbell. 2004. A simple snowdrift model for distributed hydrological modeling. ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 9(4): 280-287. pdf errata

Walter, M.T., D. Wilks, J.-Y. Parlange, R.L. Schnieder. 2004. Increasing evapotranspiration from the conterminous U.S. Journal of Hydrometeorology 5(3): 405-408. pdf

2003
Gao, B., M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis, J.-Y. Parlange, K. Nakano, C.W. Rose, W.L. Hogarth. 2003. Investigating ponding water depth and soil detachability for a mechanistic erosion model using a simple experiment. Journal of Hydrology 277(1-2): 116-124. pdf

Heilig, A., T.S. Steenhuis, M.T. Walter, S. Herbert. 2003. Funneled flow mechanisms in layered soil: Field investigation. Journal of Hydrology 279: 210-223. pdf

Kendy, E., P. Gérard-Marchant, M.T. Walter, Y. Zhang, C. Liu, T.S. Steenhuis. 2003. A soil-water-balance approach to quantifying groundwater recharge from irrigated cropland in the North China Plain. Hydrological Processes 17(10): 2011-2031. pdf

Mendoza, G.F., M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis, J.-Y. Parlange. 2003. Estimating basin-wide hydraulic parameters of a semi-arid mountainous watershed by recession-flow analysis. Journal of Hydrology 279: 57-69. pdf errata

Walter, M.T., V.K. Mehta, A.M. Marrone*, J. Boll, P. Gérard-Merchant, T.S. Steenhuis, M.F. Walter. 2003. A simple estimation of the prevalence of Hortonian flow in New York City’s watersheds. ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 8(4): 214-218. pdf

2002
Neal, E.G., M.T. Walter, C. Coffeen*. 2002. Linking the Pacific Decadal Oscillation to seasonal stream discharge patterns in Southeast Alaska. Journal of Hydrology 263(1-4): 188-197. pdf

Walter, M.T., T.S. Steenhuis, V.K. Mehta, D. Thongs, M. Zion, E. Schneiderman. 2002. Refined conceptualization of TOPMODEL for shallow subsurface flows. Hydrological Processes 16(10): 2041-2046. pdf

2001
Geohring, L.D., O.V. McHugh*, M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. M.S. Akhtar. M.F. Walter. 2001. Phosphorus transport into subsurface drains by macropores after manure applications: Implications for best manure management practices. Soil Science. 166(12): 896-909. link to scanned paper

Heilig, A., D. DeBruyn*, M.T. Walter, C.W. Rose, J.-Y. Parlange, T.S. Steenhuis, G.C. Sander, P.B. Hairsine, W.L. Hogarth, L.P. Walker. 2001. Testing a mechanistic soil erosion model with a simple experiment. Journal of Hydrology 244: 9-16. pdf

Salmon, C.D.*, M.T. Walter, L.O. Hedin, M.G. Brown. 2001. Hydrological controls on chemical export from a pristine old-growth forest in Chile. Journal of Hydrology 253(1-4): 69-80. pdf

Scott, C.A., M.F. Walter, G.N. Nagle, M.T. Walter, N.V. Sierra*, E.S. Brooks. 2001. Residual phosphorus in runoff from a successional forest on abandoned agricultural land: Biogeochemical and hydrological processes. Biogeochemistry 55(3): 293-309. pdf

Steenhuis, T.S., J. Caldero Rivera*, C.J. Martinez Hernadez*, M.T. Walter, R.B. Bryant, P. Nectarios. 2001. Water repellency in New York State soils. Journal of the International Turfgrass Society 9:624-628.

Walter, M.T., E.S. Brooks, M.F. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis, C.A. Scott, J.Boll. 2001. Evaluation of soluble phosphorus transport from manure-applied fields under various spreading strategies. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 56(4): 329-336. pdf

Walter, M.T., J.-Y. Parlange, M.F. Walter, X. Xin, C.A. Scott. 2001. Modeling pollutant release from a surface source during rainfall-runoff. Journal of Environmental Quality 30(1): 151-159. pdf

2000
Norman, W.R., M.T. Walter, M.F. Walter, E.S. Brooks. 2000. Irrigation distribution and rotation methods among gravity flow systems of the West African Sahel. ASCE Div. of Irrigation and Drainage. 126(5): 304-313. pdf

Walter, M.T., M.F. Walter, E.S. Brooks, T.S. Steenhuis, J. Boll, K.R. Weiler. 2000. Hydrologically sensitive areas: Variable source area hydrology implications for water quality risk assessment. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 55(3): 277-284. pdf, URL

Walter, M.T., J.-S. Kim, T.S. Steenhuis J.-Y. Parlange, A. Heilig, R.D. Braddock, J. Selker, J. Boll. 2000. Funneled flow mechanisms in sloping layered soil: Laboratory investigation. Water Resources Research 34(4): 841-849. pdf

Weiler, K.R., M.T. Walter, M.F. Walter, E.S. Brooks, C.A. Scott. 2000. Temporally dependent risk analysis for flood plains in the Delaware River basin. ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 126(5): 320-329. pdf

pre-2000
Frankenberger, J.R., E.S. Brooks, M.T. Walter, M.F. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. 1999. A GIS-based variable source area model. Hydrological. Processes 13(6): 804-822. pdf

Walter, M.T., P. Mutch, C.D. Salmon*, D.K. McCool, L.O. Hedin. 1999. Digitizing chart recorder data: Coordinate system conversion for rain gages and similar recording instruments. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 16(8): 1138-1142. pdf

Walter, M.T. and M.F. Walter. 1999. The New York City Watershed Agricultural Program (WAP): A model for comprehensive planning for water quality and agricultural economic viability. Water Resources Impact 1(5): 5-8.

McCool, D.K. M.T. Walter, L.G. King. 1995. Runoff index values for frozen soil areas in the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 50(5): 466-469. URL