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Dennis W Hallema
Dennis W Hallema
Assistant Research Professor, Desert Research Institute
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Burned forests impact water supplies
DW Hallema, G Sun, PV Caldwell, SP Norman, EC Cohen, Y Liu, ...
Nature Communications 9 (1307), 2018
1532018
Ecohydrological processes and ecosystem services in the Anthropocene: A review
G Sun, DW Hallema, H Asbjornsen
Ecological Processes 6, 35, 2017
972017
Regional patterns of post‐wildfire streamflow response in the Western United States: The importance of scale‐specific connectivity
DW Hallema, G Sun, KD Bladon, SP Norman, PV Caldwell, Y Liu, ...
Hydrological Processes 31 (14), 2582-2598, 2017
842017
Scientists' warning on extreme wildfire risks to water supply
FN Robinne, DW Hallema, KD Bladon, MD Flannigan, G Boisramé, ...
Hydrological Processes 35 (5), e14086, 2021
792021
Wildfire impacts on hydrologic ecosystem services in North American high-latitude forests: A scoping review
FN Robinne, DW Hallema, KD Bladon, JM Buttle
Journal of Hydrology 581, 124360, 2020
782020
Reframing the challenge of global wildfire threats to water supplies
DW Hallema, FN Robinne, KD Bladon
Earth's Future 6, 2018
602018
Assessment of wildland fire impacts on watershed annual water yield: Analytical framework and case studies in the United States
DW Hallema, G Sun, PV Caldwell, SP Norman, EC Cohen, Y Liu, EJ Ward, ...
Ecohydrology 10 (2), 2017
592017
Surface storm flow prediction on hillslopes based on topography and hydrologic connectivity
DW Hallema, R Moussa, G Sun, SG McNulty
Ecological Processes 5, 1-13, 2016
552016
Mapping soil hydraulic conductivity and matric potential for water management of cranberry: Characterisation and spatial interpolation methods
SJ Gumiere, JA Lafond, DW Hallema, Y Périard, J Caron, J Gallichand
Biosystems Engineering 128, 29-40, 2014
542014
Modeling the effects of agricultural BMPs on sediments, nutrients, and water quality of the Beaurivage River watershed (Quebec, Canada)
AN Rousseau, S Savary, DW Hallema, SJ Gumiere, É Foulon
Canadian Water Resources Journal 38 (2), 99-120, 2013
532013
Pandemic spotlight on urban water quality
DW Hallema, FN Robinne, SG McNulty
Ecological processes 9, 1-3, 2020
512020
Characterization of water retention curves for a series of cultivated Histosols
DW Hallema, Y Périard, JA Lafond, SJ Gumiere, J Caron
Vadose Zone Journal 14 (6), 2015
472015
Drought and thinning have limited impacts on evapotranspiration in a managed pine plantation on the southeastern United States coastal plain
X Liu, G Sun, B Mitra, A Noormets, M Gavazzi, JC Domec, DW Hallema, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 262, 14-23, 2018
452018
Long-term effects of peatland cultivation on soil physical and hydraulic properties: Case study in Canada
DW Hallema, JA Lafond, Y Périard, SJ Gumiere, G Sun, J Caron
Vadose Zone Journal 14 (6), 2015
332015
Spatial distribution patterns of soil water availability as a tool for precision irrigation management in Histosols: Characterization and spatial interpolation
JA Lafond, SJ Gumiere, DW Hallema, Y Périard, S Jutras, J Caron
Vadose Zone Journal 14 (6), 2015
292015
A model for distributed GIUH‐based flow routing on natural and anthropogenic hillslopes
DW Hallema, R Moussa
Hydrological Processes 28 (18), 4877-4895, 2014
292014
Burned forests impact water supplies. Nat. Commun. 9, 1307
DW Hallema, G Sun, PV Caldwell, SP Norman, EC Cohen, Y Liu, ...
212018
Framework for studying the hydrological impact of climate change in an alley cropping system
DW Hallema, AN Rousseau, SJ Gumiere, Y Périard, PH Hiemstra, ...
Journal of Hydrology 517, 547-556, 2014
172014
Parameterization and multi‐criteria calibration of a distributed storm flow model applied to a Mediterranean agricultural catchment
DW Hallema, R Moussa, P Andrieux, M Voltz
Hydrological Processes 27 (10), 1379-1398, 2013
172013
Fire, forests and city water supplies
DW Hallema, AM Kinoshita, DA Martin, FN Robinne, M Galleguillos, ...
Unasylva 251 (1), 58-66, 2019
152019
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