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  1. Hein, A., Condon, L.E. and Maxwell, R.M. Evaluating the relative importance of precipitation, temperature and land-cover change in the hydrologic response to extreme meteorological drought conditions over the North American High Plains. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, in press, 2019.

  2. Condon, L.E. and Maxwell, R.M. Modified priority flood and global slope enforcement algorithm for topographic processing in physically based hydrologic modeling applications. Computers and Geosciences, 126:73-83, doi:10.1016/j.cageo.2019.01.020, 2019.

  3. Foster, L.M. and Maxwell, R.M., Sensitivity analyses of hydraulic conductivity and Manning's n parameters lead to new method to scale effective hydraulic conductivity across model resolutions. Hydrological Processes, 33(3):332-349, doi:10.1002/hyp.13327, 2019.

  4. Maxwell, R.M., Condon, L.E., Danesh-Yazdi, M. and Bearup, L.A. Exploring source water mixing and transient residence time distributions of outflow and evapotranspiration with an integrated hydrologic model and Lagrangian particle tracking approach. Ecohydrology, 12(1):e2042, doi:10.1002/eco.2042, 2019.

  5. Fry, T. and Maxwell, R.M. Using a distributed hydrologic model to improve the green infrastructure parameterization used in a lumped model. Water, 10(12), doi:10.3390/w10121756, 2018.

  6. Reyes, B., Hogue, T.S. and Maxwell, R.M. Urban irrigation suppresses land surface temperature and changes the hydrologic regime in semi-arid regions. Water, 10(11), doi:10.3390/w10111563, 2018.

  7. Gou, S., Miller, G. R., Saville, C., Maxwell, R.M., and Ferguson, I.M. Simulating groundwater uptake and hydraulic redistribution by phreatophytes in a high-resolution, coupled subsurface-land surface model. Advances in Water Resources, 121:245-262, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2018.08.008, 2018.

  8. Forrester, M.M., Maxwell, R.M., Bearup, L.A., and Gochis, D.J. Forest Disturbance Feedbacks from Bedrock to Atmosphere Using Coupled Hydro-Meteorological Simulations Over the Rocky Mountain Headwaters. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 123:9026-9046, doi:10.1029/2018JD028380 2018.

  9. Hubbard, S.S., Williams, K.H., Agarwal, D., Banfield, J., Beller, H., Bouskill, N., Brodie, E., Carroll, R., Dafflon, B., Dwivedi, D., Falco, N., Faybishenko, B., Maxwell, R.M., Peter Nico, P., Steefel, C., Steltzer, H., Tokunaga, T., Tran, P.A., Wainwright, H. and Varadharajan C. The East River, CO Watershed: A Mountainous Community Testbed for Improving Predictive Understanding of Multi-Scale Hydrological-Biogeochemical Dynamics. Vadose Zone Journal, 17(1):1-25, doi:10.2136/vzj2018.03.0061, 2018.

  10. Gilbert, J.M. and Maxwell, R.M. Contrasting warming and drought in snowmelt-dominated agricultural basins: revealing the role of elevation gradients in regional response to temperature change. Environmental Research Letters, 13:7, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aacb38, 2018.

  11. Maxwell, R.M., Navarre-Sitchler, A.K. and Tonkin, M. Forward: Modeling for Sustainability and Adaptation. Groundwater, 56:4, 515-516 , doi:10.1111/gwat.12795, 2018.

  12. Danesh-Yazdi, M., Klaus, J., Condon, L.E., and Maxwell, R.M. Bridging the gap between numerical solutions of travel time distributions and analytical storage selection functions. Hydrological Processes, doi:10.1002/hyp.11481, 32:1063-1076, 2018.

  13. McDowell, N.G., Michaletz, S. T., Bennett, K.E., Solander, K.C., Xu, C., Maxwell, R.M. and Middleton, R.S. Predicting chronic climate-driven disturbances and their mitigation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 33(1):15-27, doi:10.1016/j.tree.2017.10.002, 2018.

  14. Fan, Y., Leung, L.R., Duan, Z., Wigmosta, M.S., Maxwell, R.M., Chambers, J.Q. and Tomasella, J. Influence of landscape heterogeneity on water available to tropical forests in an Amazonian catchment and implications for modeling drought response. Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres, 16(27):8410-8426, doi:10.1002/2017JD027066, 2017.

  15. Fry, T.J. and Maxwell, R.M. Evaluation of distributed BMPs in an Urban Watershed: High resolution modeling for Stormwater Management. Hydrological Processes, 31(15):2700-2712, doi:10.1002/hyp.11177, 2017.

  16. Gilbert, J.M., Maxwell, R.M. and Gochis, D.J. Effects of water table configuration on the planetary boundary layer over the San Joaquin River watershed, California. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 18:1471-1488, doi:10.1175/JHM-D-16-0134.1, 2017.

  17. Sweetenham M.G., Maxwell, R.M. and Santi, P.M. Assessing the timing and magnitude of precipitation-induced seepage into tunnels bored through fractured rock. Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology, 65:62-75, doi:10.1016/j.tust.2017.02.003, 2017.

  18. Winnick, M., Carroll, R.W.H., Williams, K.H., Maxwell, R.M., Dong, W. and Maher, K. Snowmelt controls on concentration-discharge relationships and the balance of oxidative and acid-base weathering fluxes in an alpine catchment, East River, Colorado. Water Resources Research, 53(3) 2507-2523, doi:10.1002/2016WR019724, 2017.

  19. Sulis, M., Williams, J.L., Shrestha, P., Diederich, M., Simmer, C., Kollet, S.J., and Maxwell, R.M. Coupling groundwater, vegetation, and atmospheric processes: a comparison of two integrated models. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 18:1489-1511, doi:10.1175/JHM-D-16-0159.1, 2017.

  20. Condon, L.E. and Maxwell, R.M. Systematic shifts in Budyko relationships caused by groundwater storage changes. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 21, 1117-1135, doi:10.5194/hess-21-1117-2017, 2017.

  21. Gilbert, J.M. and Maxwell, R.M. Examining regional groundwater-surface water dynamics using an integrated hydrologic model of the San Joaquin River basin. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 21, 923-947, doi:10.5194/hess-21-923-2017, 2017.

  22. Jefferson, J.L., Maxwell, R.M. and Constantine, P.G. Exploring the sensitivity of photosynthesis and stomatal resistance parameters in a land surface model. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 18(3):897-915, doi:10.1175/JHM-D-16-0053.1, 2017.

  23. Kollet, S.J., Sulis, M., Maxwell, R.M., Paniconi, C., Putti, M., Bertoldi, G., Coon, E.T., Cordano, E., Endrizzi, S., Kikinzon, E., Mouche, E., Mügler, C., Park, Y-J, Stisen, S., Sudicky, E., The Integrated Hydrologic Model Intercomparison Project, IH-MIP2: A second set of benchmark results to diagnose integrated hydrology and feedbacks, Water Resources Research, 53(1), 867-890, doi:10.1002/2016WR019191, 2017.

  24. Pribulick, C.E., Foster, L.M., Bearup, L.A., Navarre-Sitchler, A.K., Williams, K.H., Carroll, R.W.H, and Maxwell, R.M. Contrasting the hydrologic response due to land cover and climate change in a mountain headwaters system. Ecohydrology, 9(8), 1431-1438, doi:10.1002/eco.1779, 2016.

  25. Maxwell, R.M. and Condon, L.E. Connections between groundwater flow and transpiration partitioning. Science, 353:6297, 377-380 doi:10.1126/science.aaf7891, 2016.
  26. [abstract] [Full Text] [Reprint] open access from these links courtesy of Science.

  27. Kenwell, A., Navarre-Sitchler, A., Prugue, R., Spear, J.R., Hering, A.S., Maxwell, R.M., Carroll, R.W.H., Williams, K.H. Using geochemical indicators to distinguish high biogeochemical activity in floodplain soils and sediments. Science of the Total Environment, 563-564, 386-395, doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.04.014, 2016.

  28. Kurtz, W., He, G., Kollet, S.J., Maxwell, R.M., Vereecken, H. and Hendricks Franssen,H.-J. TerrSysMP-PDAF (version 1.0): A modular high-performance data assimilation framework for an integrated land surface-subsurface model. Geoscientific Model Development, 9, 1341-1360, doi:10.5194/gmd-9-1341-2016, 2016.

  29. Gilbert, J.M., Jefferson, J.L., Constantine, P.G. and Maxwell, R.M. Global spatial sensitivity of runoff to subsurface permeability using the active subspace method. Advances in Water Resources, 92, 30-42, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2016.03.020, 2016.

  30. Penn, C.A., Bearup, L.A., Maxwell, R.M. and Clow, D.W. Numerical experiments to explain multi-scale hydrological responses to mountain pine beetle tree mortality in a headwater watershed. Water Resources Research, 52:4, 3143-3161, doi:10.1002/2015WR018300, 2016.

  31. Markovich, K.H., Maxwell, R.M. and Fogg, G.E. Hydrogeological response to climate change in alpine hillslopes. Hydrological Processes, 30, 3126-3138, doi:10.1002/hyp.10851, 2016.

  32. Lopez, S.R. and Maxwell, R.M. Identifying Urban Features from LiDAR for a High-Resolution Urban Hydrologic Model. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 52:3, 756-768, doi:10.1111/1752-1688.12425, 2016.

  33. Foster, L.M., Bearup, L.A., Molotch, N.P., Brooks, P.D. and Maxwell, R.M. Energy Budget Increases Reduce Mean Streamflow More Than Snow-Rain Transitions: Using integrated modeling to isolate climate change impacts on Rocky Mountain hydrology. Environmental Research Letters, 11(40), doi:10.1088/1748-9326/11/4/044015, 2016.

  34. Bearup, L.A., Maxwell, R.M. and McCray, J.E. Hillslope response to insect-induced land-cover change: an integrated model of end-member mixing. Ecohydrology, 9, 195-203, doi:10.1002/eco.1729, 2016.

  35. Maxwell, R.M., Condon, L.E. , Kollet, S.J., Maher, K., Haggerty, R., and Forrester, M.M. The imprint of climate and geology on the residence times of groundwater. Geophysical Research Letters, 43:2, 701-708, doi:10.1002/2015GL066916, 2016.

  36. Ferguson, I.M., Jefferson, J.L., Maxwell, R.M. and Kollet, S.J. Effects of Root Water Uptake Formulation on Simulated Water and Energy Budgets at Local and Basin Scales. Environmental Earth Sciences, 75:316, doi:10.1007/s12665-015-5041-z, 2016.

  37. Reyes, B., Maxwell, R.M. and Hogue, T.S. Impact of lateral flow and spatial scaling on the simulation of semi-arid urban land surfaces in an integrated hydrologic and land surface model. Hydrological Processes, doi:10.1002/hyp.10683, 2015.

  38. Brooks, P.D., Chorover, J., Fan, Y., Godsey, S.E., Maxwell, R.M., McNamara, J.P., Tague, C. Hydrological Partitioning in the Critical Zone: Recent Advances and Opportunities for Developing Transferrable Understanding of Water Cycle Dynamics. Water Resources Research, 51, doi:10.1002/2015WR017039, 2015.

  39. Condon, L.E. and Maxwell, R.M. Evaluating the relationship between topography and groundwater using outputs from a continental scale integrated hydrology model. Water Resources Research, 51, doi:10.1002/2014WR016774, 2015.

  40. Clark, M.P., Fan, Y., Lawrence, D.M., Adam, J.C., Bolster, D., Gochis, D.J., Hooper, R.P., Kumar, M., Leung, L.R., Mackay, D.S., Maxwell, R.M., Shen, C., Swensen, S.C., Zeng, X. Improving the representation of hydrologic processes in Earth System Models. Water Resources Research, 51, doi:10.1002/2015WR017096, 2015.

  41. Jefferson, J.L., Gilbert, J.M., Constantine, P.G. and Maxwell, R.M. Active subspaces for sensitivity analysis and dimension reduction of an integrated hydrologic model. Computers and Geosciences, 83, 127-138, doi:10.1016/j.cageo.2015.07.001, 2015.

  42. Jefferson, J.L. and Maxwell, R.M. Evaluation of simple to complex parameterizations of bare ground evaporation. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 7, 1-15, doi:10.1002/2014MS000398, 2015.

  43. Rihani, J., Chow, F.K., and Maxwell, R.M. Isolating Effects of Terrain and Soil Moisture Heterogeneity on the Atmospheric Boundary Layer: Idealized simulations to diagnose land-atmosphere feedbacks. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 7(2), 915-937, doi:10.1002/2014MS000371, 2015.

  44. Condon, L.E., Hering, A.S. and Maxwell, R.M. Quantitative assessment of groundwater controls across major US river basins using a multi-model regression algorithm. Advances in Water Resources, 82, 106-123, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2015.04.008 2015.

  45. Maxwell, R.M., Condon, L.E. , and Kollet, S.J. A high resolution simulation of groundwater and surface water over most of the continental US with the integrated hydrologic model ParFlow v3. Geoscientific Model Development, 8, 923-937, doi:10.5194/gmd-8-1-2015, 2015.

  46. Beisman, J.J., Maxwell, R.M., Navarre-Sitchler, A.K., Steefel, C.I., and Molins Rafa, S. ParCrunchFlow: An Efficient, Parallel Reactive Transport Simulation Tool for Physically and Chemically Heterogeneous Saturated Subsurface Environments. Computational Geosciences, 19(2), 403-422, doi:10.1007/s10596-015-9475-x, 2015.

  47. Seck, A. Welty, C., and Maxwell, R.M. Spin-up behavior and effects of initial conditions for an integrated hydrologic model. Water Resources Research, 51, doi:10.1002/2014WR016371, 2015.

  48. Kirsch, B.R. and Maxwell, R.M. The Use of a Water Market to Minimize Drought-Induced Losses in the Bay Area of California. Journal- American Water Works Association, 107,5, doi:10.5942/jawwa.2015.107.0066, 2015.

  49. Bhaskar, A.S. Welty, C., Maxwell, R.M. and Miller, A.J. Untangling the effects of urban development on subsurface storage in Baltimore. Water Resources Research, 51,2, 1158-1181, doi:10.1002/2014WR016039, 2015.

  50. Engdahl, N.B. and Maxwell, R.M. Quantifying changes in age distributions and the hydrologic balance of a high- mountain watershed from climate induced variations in recharge. Journal of Hydrology, 522, 152-162, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2014.12.032, 2015.

  51. Bierkens, M.F.P., Bell, V., Burek, P., Chaney, N., Condon, L.E., David, C., de Roo, A., Doell, P., Drost, N., Famiglietti, J., Florke, M., Gochis, D., Houser, P., Hut, R., Keune, J., Kollet, S., Maxwell, R.M., Reager, J., Samaniego, L., Sutandudjaja, E., van de Giesen, N., Winsemius, H, and Wood, E. Hyper-resolution global hydrological modelling: what's next? Hydrological Processes, doi:10.1002/hyp.10391, 29(2), 310-320, 2015.

  52. Siirila-Woodburn, E.R. and Maxwell, R.M. A heterogeneity model comparison of highly resolved statistically anisotropic aquifers. Advances in Water Resources, 75, 53-66, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2014.10.011, 2015.

  53. Srivastava, V., Graham, W.D., Muñoz-Carpena, R. and Maxwell, R.M. Insights on geologic and vegetative controls over hydrologic behavior of a large complex basin: Global Sensitivity Analysis of an Integrated Parallel Hydrologic Model. Journal of Hydrology, 519b 2238-2257, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2014.10.020, 2014.

  54. Osei-Kuffuor, D., Maxwell, R.M. and Woodward, C.S. Improved Numerical Solvers for Implicit Coupling of Subsurface and Overland Flow. Advances in Water Resources, 74, 185-195, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2014.09.006, 2014.

  55. Atchley, A.L., Navarre-Sitchler, A.K. and Maxwell, R.M. The Effects of Physical and Geochemical Heterogeneity on Hydro-geochemical Transport and Effective Reaction Rates. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 165 53-46, doi:10.1016/j.jconhyd.2014.07.008, 2014.

  56. Bearup, L.A., Mikkelson, K.M., Wiley, J.F., Navarre-Sitchler, A.K., Maxwell, R.M., Sharp, J.O. and McCray, J.E. Metal fate and partitioning in soils under bark beetle-killed trees. Science of the Total Environment, 496 348-357, doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.07.052, 2014.

  57. Cui, Z., Welty, C. and Maxwell, R.M. Modeling Nitrogen Transport and Transformation in Aquifers Using a Particle-Tracking Approach. Computers and Geosciences, 70, 1-14, doi:10.1016/j.cageo.2014.05.005, 2014.

  58. Bearup, L.A., Maxwell, R.M., Clow, D.W., and McCray, J.E. Hydrological effects of forest transpiration loss in bark beetle-impacted watersheds. Nature Climate Change, 4, 481-486 doi:10.1038/NCLIMATE2198, 2014.

  59. Condon, L.E. and Maxwell, R.M. Feedbacks between managed irrigation and water availability: Diagnosing temporal and spatial patterns using an integrated hydrologic model. Water Resources Research, 50(3) 2600-2616, doi:10.1002/2013WR014868, 2014.

  60. Meyerhoff, S.B., Maxwell, R.M., Revil, A., Martin, J.B., Karaoulis, M. and Graham, W.D. Characterization of groundwater and surface water mixing in a semi-confined karst aquifer using time-lapse electrical resistivity tomography. Water Resources Research, 50(3) 2566-2585, doi:10.1002/2013WR013991, 2014.

  61. Engdahl, N.B. and Maxwell, R.M. Approximating groundwater age distributions using simple streamtube models and multiple tracers. Advances in Water Resources, 66, 19-31, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2014.02.001, 2014.

  62. Condon, L.E. and Maxwell, R.M. Groundwater-fed irrigation impacts spatially distributed temporal scaling behavior of the natural system: A spatio-temporal framework for understanding water management impacts. Environmental Research Letters, 9(3), 034009, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/9/3/034009, 2014.

  63. Maxwell, R.M., Putti, M., Meyerhoff, S.B., Delfs, J.-O., Ferguson, I.M., Ivanov, V., Kim, J., Kolditz, O., Kollet, S.J., Kumar, M., Lopez, S., Niu, J., Paniconi, C., Park, Y.-J., Phanikumar, M.S., Shen, C., Sudicky. E.A., and Sulis, M. Surface-subsurface model intercomparison: A first set of benchmark results to diagnose integrated hydrology and feedbacks. Water Resources Research, 50(2) 1531-1549, doi:10.1002/2013WR013725, 2014.

  64. Meyerhoff, S.B., Maxwell, R.M., Graham, W.D. and Williams, J.L. III Improved Hydrograph Prediction Through Subsurface Characterization: Conditional Stochastic Hillslope Simulations. Hydrogeolgy Journal, doi:10.1007/s10040-014-1112-6, 2014.

  65. Williams, J.L. III, Maxwell, R.M. and Delle Monache, L. Development and verification of a new wind speed forecasting system using an Ensemble Kalman Filter data assimilation technique in a fully coupled hydrologic and atmospheric model. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 5(4) 785-800, doi:10.1002/jame.20051, 2013.

  66. Condon, L.E., Maxwell, R.M. and Gangopadhyay, S. The impact of subsurface conceptualization on land energy fluxes. Advances in Water Resources, 60,188-203, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2013.08.001, 2013.

  67. Condon, L.E. and Maxwell, R.M. Implementation of a linear optimization water allocation algorithm into a fully integrated physical hydrology model. Advances in Water Resources, 60, 135-147, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2013.07.012, 2013.

  68. Mikkelson, K.M., Bearup, L.A., Maxwell, R.M., Stednick, J.D., McCray, J.E., and Sharp, J.O. Bark beetle infestation impacts on nutrient cycling, water quality and the interdependent hydrological effects. Biogeochemistry, doi:10.1007/s10533-013-9875-8, 11, 1-21, 2013.

  69. Atchley, A.L., Maxwell, R.M. and Navarre-Sitchler, A.K. Human health risk assessment of CO2 leakage into overlying aquifers using a stochastic, geochemical reactive transport approach. Environmental Science and Technology, 47(11), 5954-5962, doi:10.1021/es400316c, 2013.

  70. Grebel, J.E., Mohanty, S.K., Torkelson, A.A., Boehm, A.B. Higgins, C.P., Maxwell, R.M., Nelson, K.L., Sedlak, D.L. Engineered Infiltration Systems for Urban Stormwater Reclamation. Environmental Engineering Science, 30(8) 437-454, doi: 10.1089/ees.2012.0312, 2013.

  71. Taylor, R.G., Scanlon, B., Doell, P., Rodell, M., van Beek, R., Wada, Y., Longuevergne, L., Leblanc, M., Famiglietti, J.S., Edmunds, M., Konikow, L., Green, T.R., Chen, J., Taniguchi, M., Bierkens, M.F.P., MacDonald, A., Fan, Y., Maxwell, R.M., Yechieli, Y., Gurdak, J.J., Allen, D., Shamsudduha, M., Hiscock, K., Yeh, P.J.-F., Holman, I. and Treidel, H. Groundwater and climate change. Nature Climate Change, 3, 322-329, doi:10.1038/nclimate1744, 2013.

  72. Mikkelson, K.M., Dickenson, E.R., Maxwell, R.M., McCray, J.E., Sharp, J.O. Water-quality impacts from climate-induced forest die-off. Nature Climate Change, 3, 218-222, doi:10.1038/nclimate1724, 2013.

  73. Mikkelson, K.M., Maxwell, R.M., Ferguson, I.M., McCray, J.E., Stednick, J.D., Sharp, J.O. Mountain pine beetle infestation impacts: Modeling water and energy budgets at the hill-slope scale. Ecohydrology, 6(1), 64-72, doi: 10.1002/eco.278, 2013.

  74. D. E Keyes, L. C. McInnes, C. Woodward, W. Gropp, E. Myra, M. Pernice, J. Bell, J. Brown, A. Clo, J. Connors, E. Constantinescu, D. Estep, K. Evans, C. Farhat, A. Hakim, G. Hammond, G. Hansen, J. Hill, T. Isaac, X. Jiao, K. Jordan, D. Kaushik, E. Kaxiras, A. Koniges, K. Lee, A. Lott, Q. Lu, J. Magerlein, Maxwell, R.M., M. McCourt, M. Mehl, R. Pawlowski, A.P. Randles, D. Reynolds, B. Riviere, U. Ruede, T. Scheibe, J. Shadid, B. Sheehan, M. Shephard, A. Siegel, B. Smith, X. Tang, C. Wilson and B. Wohlmuth Multiphysics simulations: Challenges and opportunities. International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications, 27(1):4-83, doi: 10.1177/1094342012468181, 2013.

  75. Maxwell, R.M. A terrain-following grid transform and preconditioner for parallel, large-scale, integrated hydrologic modeling. Advances in Water Resources, 53:109-117, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2012.10.001, 2013.

  76. Navarre-Sitchler, A.K., Maxwell, R.M., Siirila, E.R., Hammond, G.E. and Lichtner, P.R. Elucidating geochemical response of shallow heterogeneous aquifers to CO2 leakage using high-performance computing: implications for monitoring of CO2 sequestration. Advances in Water Resources, 53:45-55, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2012.10.005, 2013.

  77. Atchley, A.L., Maxwell, R.M. and Navarre-Sitchler, A.K. Using streamlines to simulate stochastic reactive transport in heterogeneous aquifers: Kinetic metal release and transport in CO2 impacted drinking water aquifers. Advances in Water Resources, 52:93-106, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2012.09.005, 2013.

  78. de Rooij, R., Graham, W., Maxwell, R.M. A particle-tracking scheme for simulating pathlines in coupled surface-subsurface flows. Advances in Water Resources, 53:7-18, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2012.07.022, 2013.

  79. Benson, D.A., Maxwell, R.M., Poeter, E., Ibrahim, H. , Dean, A., Revielle, J., Dogan, M., Major, E. Reply to comment by T. R. Ginn on "Comparison of Fickian and temporally nonlocal transport theories over many scales in an exhaustively sampled sandstone slab." Water Resources Research, 49, 2:1196, doi:10.1002/wrcr.20090, 2013.

  80. Meyerhoff, S.B., Karaoulis, M., Fiebig, F., Maxwell, R.M., Revil, A., Martin, J.B., and Graham, W.D. Visualization of conduit-matrix conductivity differences in a karst aquifer using time-lapse electrical resistivity. Geophysical Research Letters, 39, L24401, doi:10.1029/2012GL053933, 2012.

  81. Ferguson, I.M. and Maxwell, R.M. Human impacts on terrestrial hydrology: Climate change versus pumping and irrigation. Environmental Research Letters, 7 044022, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/7/4/044022, 2012.

  82. Benson, D.A., Atchley, A.L., Maxwell, R.M., Poeter, E., Ibrahim, H. , Dean, A., Revielle, J., Dogan, M., Major, E. Reply to Comment by A Fiori et al. on "Comparison of Fickian and temporally nonlocal transport theories over many scales in an exhaustively sampled sandstone slab." Water Resources Research, 48, W07802, 5pp, doi: 10.1029/2012WR012004, 2012.

  83. Bearup, L.A., Navarre-Sitchler, A.K., Maxwell, R.M. and McCray, J.E. Kinetic metal release from competing processes in aquifers. Environmental Science and Technology 46(12), 6539-6547, doi: 10.1021/es203586y, 2012.

  84. Siirila, E.R. and Maxwell, R.M. A new perspective on human health risk assessment: Development of a time dependent methodology and the effect of varying exposure durations. Science of the Total Environment 431, 221-232, doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2012.05.030, 2012.

  85. Siirila, E.R. and Maxwell, R.M. Evaluating effective reaction rates of kinetically driven solutes in large-scale, statistically anisotropic media: Human health risk implications. Water Resources Research 48, W04527, 23pp, doi:10.1029/2011WR011516, 2012.

  86. Siirila, E.R., Navarre-Sitchler, A.K., Maxwell, R.M. and McCray, J.E. A quantitative methodology to assess the risks to human health from CO2 leakage into groundwater. Advances in Water Resources,36(2), 146-164, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2010.11.005, 2012.

  87. Major, E., Benson, D.A., Revielle, J., Ibrahim, H.,Dean, A., Maxwell, R.M., Poeter, E. and Dogan, M. Comparison of Fickian and temporally non-local transport theories over many scales in an exhaustively sampled sandstone slab. Water Resources Research, 47, W10519, 14pp, doi:10.1029/2011WR010857, 2011.

  88. Maxwell, R.M. and Anspaugh, L.R. An improved model for the prediction of resuspension. Health Physics 101(6) 722-730, doi:10.1097/HP.0b013e31821ddb07, 2011.

  89. Meyerhoff, S.B. and Maxwell, R.M. Quantifying the effects of subsurface heterogeneity on hillslope runoff using a stochastic approach. Hydrogeology Journal 19:1515-1530, doi:10.1007/s10040-011-0753-y, 2011.

  90. Williams, J.L. III and Maxwell, R.M. Propagating subsurface uncertainty to the atmosphere using fully-coupled, stochastic simulations. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 12, 690-701, doi:10.1175/2011JHM1363.1, 2011.

  91. Ferguson, I.M. and Maxwell, R.M. Hydrologic and land-energy feedbacks of agricultural water management practices. Environmental Research Letters, 6, 014006, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/6/1/014006, 2011.

  92. Kollat, J.B., Reed P.M. and Maxwell, R.M. Many-Objective Groundwater Monitoring Network Design Using Bias-Aware Ensemble Kalman Filtering, Evolutionary Optimization, and Visual Analytics. Water Resources Research, 47, W02529, doi:10.1029/2010WR009194, 2011.

  93. Daniels, M.H., Maxwell, R.M., Chow, F.K. An algorithm for flow direction enforcement using subgrid-scale stream location data, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 16, 677, doi:10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000340, 2011.

  94. Atchley, A.L. and Maxwell, R.M. Influences of subsurface heterogeneity and vegetation cover on soil moisture, surface temperature, and evapotranspiration at hillslope scales. Hydrogeology Journal 91(2), 289-305, doi:10.1007/s10040-010-0690-1, 2011.

  95. Maxwell, R.M., Lundquist, J.K., Mirocha, J.D., Smith, S.G., Woodward, C.S. and Tompson, A.F.B. Development of a coupled groundwater-atmospheric model. Monthly Weather Review 139(1), 96-116, doi:10.1175/2010MWR3392, 2011.

  96. Rihani, J., Maxwell, R.M., and Chow, F.K. Coupling groundwater and land-surface processes: Idealized simulations to identify effects of terrain and subsurface heterogeneity on land surface energy fluxes. Water Resources Research 46, W12523, doi:10.1029/2010WR009111, 2010.

  97. Maxwell, R.M. Infiltration in arid environments: Spatial patterns between subsurface heterogeneity and water-energy balances. Vadose Zone Journal 9, 970-983, doi:10.2136/vzj2010.0014, 2010.

  98. Ferguson, I.M. and Maxwell, R.M. The role of groundwater in watershed response and land surface feedbacks under climate change. Water Resources Research 46, W00F02, doi:10.1029/2009WR008616, 2010.

  99. Kollet, S.J., Maxwell, R.M., Woodward, C.S., Smith, S.G., Vanderborght, J., Vereecken, H., and Simmer, C. Proof-of-concept of regional scale hydrologic simulations at hydrologic resolution utilizing massively parallel computer resources. Water Resources Research, 46, W04201, doi:10.1029/2009WR008730, 2010.

  100. Sulis, M., Meyerhoff, S.B., Paniconi, C., Maxwell, R.M., Putti, M. and Kollet, S.J. A comparison of two physics-based numerical models for simulating surface water-groundwater interactions. Advances in Water Resources, 33(4), 456-467, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2010.01.010, 2010.

  101. Kollet, S.J., Cvijanovic, I., Schüttemeyer, D., Maxwell, R.M., Moene, A.F. and Bayer P. The Influence of Rain Sensible Heat and Subsurface Energy Transport on the Energy Balance at the Land Surface. Vadose Zone Journal, doi:10.2136/vzj2009.0005, 2009.

  102. Maxwell, R.M. Coupled Surface-Subsurface Modeling across a Range of Temporal and Spatial Scales. Vadose Zone Journal doi:10.2136/vzj2009.0117, 2009.

  103. Frei, S., Fleckenstein, J.H., Kollet, S.J. and Maxwell, R.M. Patterns and dynamics of river-aquifer exchange with variably-saturated flow using a fully-coupled model. Journal of Hydrology 375(3-4), 383-393, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.06.038, 2009.

  104. Maxwell, R.M., Tompson, A.F.B. and Kollet, S.J. A Serendipitous, Long-Term Infiltration Experiment: Water and Tritium Circulation Beneath the CAMBRIC Trench at the Nevada Test Site. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 108(1-2) 12-28, doi:10.1016/j.jconhyd.2009.05.002, 2009.

  105. de Barros, F.P.J., Rubin, Y. and Maxwell, R.M. The concept of comparative information yield curves and their application to risk-based site characterization. Water Resources Research 45, W06401, doi:10.1029/2008WR007324, 2009.

  106. Lobell, D., Bala, G. Mirin, A., Phillips, T., Maxwell, R.M. and Rotman, D. Regional differences in the influence of irrigation on climate. Journal of Climate 22(8) 2248-2255, doi:10.1175/2008JCLI2703.1, 2009.

  107. Maxwell, R.M. and Kollet, S.J. Interdependence of groundwater dynamics and land-energy feedbacks under climate change. Nature Geoscience 1(10) 665-669, doi:10.1038/ngeo315, 2008.

  108. Kollet, S.J. and Maxwell, R.M. Demonstrating fractal scaling of baseflow residence time distributions using a fully-coupled groundwater and land surface model. Geophysical Research Letters 35, L07402, doi:10.1029/2008GL033215, 2008.

  109. Maxwell, R.M. and Kollet, S.J., Quantifying the effects of three-dimensional subsurface heterogeneity on Hortonian runoff processes using a coupled numerical, stochastic approach. Advances in Water Resources 31(5), 807-817, 2008.

  110. Kollet, S.J. and Maxwell, R.M., Capturing the influence of groundwater dynamics on land surface processes using an integrated, distributed watershed model. Water Resources Research 44: W02402, doi:10.1029/2007WR006004, 2008.

  111. Maxwell, R.M., Carle, S.F. and Tompson, A.F.B., Contamination, Risk, and Heterogeneity: On the Effectiveness of Aquifer Remediation. Environmental Geology 54:1771-1786, 2008.

  112. Maxwell, R.M., Chow, F.K. and Kollet, S.J., The groundwater-land-surface-atmosphere connection: soil moisture effects on the atmospheric boundary layer in fully-coupled simulations. Advances in Water Resources 30(12), doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2007.05.018, 2007.

  113. Maxwell, R.M., Welty, C. and R.W. Harvey, R.W., Revisiting the Cape Cod Bacteria Injection Experiment Using a Stochastic Modeling Approach. Environmental Science and Technology 41(15), 5548-5558, doi:10.1021/es062693a, 2007.

  114. Kollet, S.J. and R.M. Maxwell. Integrated surface-groundwater flow modeling: A free-surface overland flow boundary condition in a parallel groundwater flow model. Advances in Water Resources, 29(7), 945-958, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2005.08.006, 2006.

  115. Maxwell, R.M. and N.L. Miller. Development of a coupled land surface and groundwater model. Journal of Hydrometeorology,6(3), 233-247, doi:10.1175/JHM422.1, 2005.

  116. Maxwell, R.M., C. Welty, and A.F.B. Tompson. Streamline-based simulation of virus transport resulting from long term artificial recharge in a heterogeneous aquifer. Advances in Water Resources, 25(10),1075-1096, doi:10.1016/S0309-1708(03)00074-5, 2003.

  117. Tompson AFB., C.J. Bruton, G.A. Pawloski, D.K. Smith, W.L. Bourcier , D.E. Shumaker A.B. Kersting, S.F. Carle and R.M. Maxwell. On the evaluation of groundwater contamination from underground nuclear tests. Environmental Geology. 42(2-3):235-247, 2002.

  118. L.R. Anspaugh, K.I. Gordeev, I.A. Likhtarev, R.M. Maxwell, S.L. Simon, Movement of Radionuclides in Terrestrial Ecosystems by Physical Processes. Health Physics, 82(5), 669-679, 2002.

  119. Tompson, A.F.B., S.F. Carle, N.D. Rosenberg, and R.M. Maxwell, Analysis of groundwater migration from artificial recharge in a large urban aquifer: A simulation perspective. Water Resources Research, 35(10),2981-2998, doi:10.1029/1999WR900175 , 1999.

  120. Maxwell, R.M., W.E. Kastenberg, and Y. Rubin, A methodology to integrate site characterization information into groundwater-driven health risk assessment. Water Resources Research, 35(9), 2841-2856, doi:10.1029/1999WR900103, 1999.

  121. Rubin, Y., A. Sun, R.M. Maxwell, and A. Bellin, The concept of block effective macrodispersivity and a unified approach for grid-scale and plume-scale dependent transport. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 395, 161-180, doi: 10.1017/S0022112099005868, 1999.

  122. Maxwell, R.M. and W.E. Kastenberg, A Model for Assessing and Managing the Risks of Environmental Lead Emissions. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 13(4), 231-250, doi:10.1007/s004770050041, 1999.

  123. Maxwell, R.M. and W.E. Kastenberg, Stochastic Environmental Risk Analysis: An Integrated Methodology for Predicting Cancer Risk from Contaminated Groundwater. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 13(1-2), 27-47, doi:10.1007/s004770050030, 1999.

  124. Maxwell, R.M., S.D Pelmulder, A.F.B. Tompson, and W.E. Kastenberg, On the Development of a New Methodology for Groundwater-Driven Health Risk Assessment. Water Resources Research, 34(4), 833-847, doi:10.1029/97WR03605, 1998.

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