Brian A. Ebel
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An overview of current applications, challenges, and future trends in distributed process-based models in hydrology
S Fatichi, ER Vivoni, FL Ogden, VY Ivanov, B Mirus, D Gochis, ...
Journal of Hydrology 537, 45-60, 2016
Hydrologic conditions controlling runoff generation immediately after wildfire
BA Ebel, JA Moody, DA Martin
Water Resources Research 48 (3), 2012
Physics‐based hydrologic‐response simulation: Seeing through the fog of equifinality
BA Ebel, K Loague
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 20 (13), 2887-2900, 2006
Aspect control of water movement on hillslopes near the rain–snow transition of the Colorado Front Range
ELS Hinckley, BA Ebel, RT Barnes, RS Anderson, MW Williams, ...
Hydrological Processes 28 (1), 74-85, 2014
First‐order exchange coefficient coupling for simulating surface water–groundwater interactions: Parameter sensitivity and consistency with a physics‐based approach
BA Ebel, BB Mirus, CS Heppner, JE VanderKwaak, K Loague
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (13), 1949-1959, 2009
Physics‐based continuous simulation of long‐term near‐surface hydrologic response for the Coos Bay experimental catchment
BA Ebel, K Loague, DR Montgomery, WE Dietrich
Water Resources Research 44 (7), 2008
Synthesis of soil‐hydraulic properties and infiltration timescales in wildfire‐affected soils
BA Ebel, JA Moody
Hydrological Processes 31 (2), 324–340, 2017
Hyper-dry conditions provide new insights into the cause of extreme floods after wildfire
JA Moody, BA Ebel
Catena 93, 58-63, 2012
Near-surface hydrologic response for a steep, unchanneled catchment near Coos Bay, Oregon: 1. Sprinkling experiments
BA Ebel, K Loague, WE Dietrich, DR Montgomery, R Torres, SP Anderson, ...
American Journal of Science 307 (4), 678-708, 2007
Relations between soil hydraulic properties and burn severity
JA Moody, BA Ebel, P Nyman, DA Martin, C Stoof, R McKinley
International Journal of Wildland Fire 25 (3), 279-293, 2015
Further testing of the Integrated Hydrology Model (InHM): Event‐based simulations for a small rangeland catchment located near Chickasha, Oklahoma
K Loague, CS Heppner, RH Abrams, AE Carr, JE VanderKwaak, BA Ebel
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (7), 1373-1398, 2005
Physics‐based hydrologic‐response simulation: Foundation for hydroecology and hydrogeomorphology
K Loague, CS Heppner, BB Mirus, BA Ebel, Q Ran, AE Carr, SH BeVille, ...
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 20 (5), 1231-1237, 2006
Near-surface hydrologic response for a steep, unchanneled catchment near Coos Bay, Oregon: 2. Physics-based simulations
BA Ebel, K Loague, JE Vanderkwaak, WE Dietrich, DR Montgomery, ...
American Journal of Science 307 (4), 709-748, 2007
Simulated effect of a forest road on near‐surface hydrologic response: Redux
BB Mirus, BA Ebel, K Loague, BC Wemple
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2007
The impacts of hysteresis on variably saturated hydrologic response and slope failure
BA Ebel, K Loague, RI Borja
Environmental Earth Sciences 61, 1215-1225, 2010
Infiltration and runoff generation processes in fire‐affected soils
JA Moody, BA Ebel
Hydrological Processes 28 (9), 3432-3453, 2014
Wildfire impacts on soil‐water retention in the Colorado Front Range, United States
BA Ebel
Water Resources Research 48 (12), 2012
Simulated unsaturated flow processes after wildfire and interactions with slope aspect
BA Ebel
Water Resources Research 49 (12), 8090-8107, 2013
Disturbance hydrology: challenges and opportunities.
BA Ebel, BB Mirus
Hydrological Processes 28 (19), 5140-5148, 2014
Development of perennial thaw zones in boreal hillslopes enhances potential mobilization of permafrost carbon
MA Walvoord, CI Voss, BA Ebel, BJ Minsley
Environmental Research Letters 14 (1), 015003, 2019
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