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stephanie hurley
stephanie hurley
Associate Professor, Gund Fellow, Dept. of Plant & Soil Science, University of Vermont
Verified email at uvm.edu
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Effects of different soil media, vegetation, and hydrologic treatments on nutrient and sediment removal in roadside bioretention systems
P Shrestha, SE Hurley, BC Wemple
Ecological engineering 112, 116-131, 2018
1962018
Effects of skeletal streetscape design on perceived safety
C Harvey, L Aultman-Hall, SE Hurley, A Troy
Landscape and Urban Planning 142, 18-28, 2015
1482015
Nutrient leaching from compost: Implications for bioretention and other green stormwater infrastructure
S Hurley, P Shrestha, A Cording
Journal of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment 3 (3), 04017006, 2017
972017
Stormwater ponds and biofilters for large urban sites: Modeled arrangements that achieve the phosphorus reduction target for Boston's Charles River, USA
SE Hurley, RTT Forman
Ecological Engineering 37 (6), 850-863, 2011
702011
Streetscape skeleton measurement and classification
C Harvey, L Aultman-Hall, A Troy, SE Hurley
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 44 (4), 668-692, 2017
602017
From the household to watershed: A cross-scale analysis of residential intention to adopt green stormwater infrastructure
S Coleman, S Hurley, D Rizzo, C Koliba, A Zia
Landscape and urban planning 180, 195-206, 2018
532018
Social-psychological determinants of farmer intention to adopt nutrient best management practices: Implications for resilient adaptation to climate change
EMB Doran, A Zia, SE Hurley, Y Tsai, C Koliba, C Adair, RE Schattman, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 276, 111304, 2020
492020
Crowdsourced Delphis: Designing solutions to complex environmental problems with broad stakeholder participation
S Coleman, S Hurley, C Koliba, A Zia
Global Environmental Change 45, 111-123, 2017
432017
Macrophyte performance in floating treatment wetlands on a suburban stormwater pond: Implications for cold climate conditions
R Tharp, K Westhelle, S Hurley
Ecological Engineering 136, 152-159, 2019
412019
Monitoring methods and designs for evaluating bioretention performance
A Cording, S Hurley, D Whitney
Journal of Environmental Engineering 143 (12), 05017006, 2017
272017
Vermont agricultural resilience in a Changing Climate
R Schattman, E Méndez, K Westdijk, M Caswell, D Conner, C Koliba, ...
Agroecology, ecosystems, and sustainability 325, 2014
262014
Resident and stakeholder perceptions of ecosystem services associated with agricultural landscapes in New Hampshire
JA Wilhelm, RG Smith, MC Jolejole-Foreman, S Hurley
Ecosystem Services 45, 101153, 2020
252020
Balancing Hydraulic Control and Phosphorus Removal in Bioretention Media Amended with Drinking Water Treatment Residuals
MR Ament, SE Hurley, M Voorhees, E Perkins, Y Yuan, JW Faulkner, ...
ACS ES&T Water 1 (3), 688-697, 2021
212021
Influence of critical bioretention design factors and projected increases in precipitation due to climate change on roadside bioretention performance
A Cording, S Hurley, C Adair
Journal of Environmental Engineering 144 (9), 04018082, 2018
212018
Soil media CO2 and N2O fluxes dynamics from sand-based roadside bioretention systems
P Shrestha, S Hurley, E Adair
Water 10 (2), 185, 2018
172018
Influence of low-phosphorus compost and vegetation in bioretention for nutrient and sediment control in runoff from a dairy farm production area
P Shrestha, JW Faulkner, J Kokkinos, SE Hurley
Ecological Engineering 150, 105821, 2020
132020
Visualizing climate change adaptation: An effective tool for agricultural outreach?
RE Schattman, SE Hurley, HL Greenleaf, MT Niles, M Caswell
Weather, Climate, and Society 12 (1), 47-61, 2020
122020
Amplifying agroecology in Vermont: Principles and processes to foster food systems sustainability
M Caswell, R Maden, N McCune, VE Mendez, G Bucini, J Anderzen, ...
112021
Phosphorus Removal, Metals Dynamics, and Hydraulics in Stormwater Bioretention Systems Amended with Drinking Water Treatment Residuals
MR Ament, ED Roy, Y Yuan, SE Hurley
Journal of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment 8 (3), 04022003, 2022
102022
The shape of watershed governance: Locating the boundaries of multiplex networks
S Scheinert, C Koliba, S Hurley, S Coleman, A Zia
Complexity, Governance & Networks 2 (1), 65-82, 2015
102015
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