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David N. Dralle
David N. Dralle
US Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station
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Analytical model for flow duration curves in seasonally dry climates
MF Müller, DN Dralle, SE Thompson
Water Resources Research 50 (7), 5510-5531, 2014
852014
High time for conservation: adding the environment to the debate on marijuana liberalization
JK Carah, JK Howard, SE Thompson, AG Short Gianotti, SD Bauer, ...
BioScience 65 (8), 822-829, 2015
832015
Lithologically controlled subsurface critical zone thickness and water storage capacity determine regional plant community composition
WJ Hahm, DM Rempe, DN Dralle, TE Dawson, SM Lovill, AB Bryk, ...
Water Resources Research 55 (4), 3028-3055, 2019
722019
Quantification of the seasonal hillslope water storage that does not drive streamflow
DN Dralle, WJ Hahm, DM Rempe, NJ Karst, SE Thompson, WE Dietrich
Hydrological processes 32 (13), 1978-1992, 2018
652018
Low subsurface water storage capacity relative to annual rainfall decouples Mediterranean plant productivity and water use from rainfall variability
WJ Hahm, DN Dralle, DM Rempe, AB Bryk, SE Thompson, TE Dawson, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 46 (12), 6544-6553, 2019
512019
Event-scale power law recession analysis: quantifying methodological uncertainty
DN Dralle, NJ Karst, K Charalampous, A Veenstra, SE Thompson
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21 (1), 65-81, 2017
502017
Widespread woody plant use of water stored in bedrock
EL McCormick, DN Dralle, WJ Hahm, AK Tune, LM Schmidt, ...
Nature 597 (7875), 225-229, 2021
482021
Label-free photonic crystal biosensor integrated microfluidic chip for determination of kinetic reaction rate constants
CJ Choi, ID Block, B Bole, D Dralle, BT Cunningham
IEEE Sensors Journal 9 (12), 1697-1704, 2009
452009
a, b careful: The challenge of scale invariance for comparative analyses in power law models of the streamflow recession
D Dralle, N Karst, SE Thompson
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (21), 9285-9293, 2015
422015
Forest loss in Brazil increases maximum temperatures within 50 km
AS Cohn, N Bhattarai, J Campolo, O Crompton, D Dralle, J Duncan, ...
Environmental Research Letters 14 (8), 084047, 2019
392019
How competitive is drought deciduousness in tropical forests? A combined eco-hydrological and eco-evolutionary approach
G Vico, D Dralle, X Feng, S Thompson, S Manzoni
Environmental Research Letters 12 (6), 065006, 2017
332017
Oak transpiration drawn from the weathered bedrock vadose zone in the summer dry season
WJ Hahm, DM Rempe, DN Dralle, TE Dawson, WE Dietrich
Water Resources Research 56 (11), e2020WR027419, 2020
292020
Dry season streamflow persistence in seasonal climates
DN Dralle, NJ Karst, SE Thompson
Water Resources Research 52 (1), 90-107, 2016
272016
How much water is evaporated across California? A multiyear assessment using a biophysical model forced with satellite remote sensing data
D Baldocchi, D Dralle, C Jiang, Y Ryu
Water Resources Research 55 (4), 2722-2741, 2019
262019
A minimal probabilistic model for soil moisture in seasonally dry climates
DN Dralle, SE Thompson
Water Resources Research 52 (2), 1507-1517, 2016
222016
How realistic are water‐balance closure assumptions? A demonstration from the southern sierra critical zone observatory and kings river experimental watersheds
M Safeeq, RR Bart, NF Pelak, CK Singh, DN Dralle, P Hartsough, ...
Hydrological Processes 35 (5), e14199, 2021
202021
Signatures of hydrologic function across the critical zone observatory network
AN Wlostowski, N Molotch, SP Anderson, SL Brantley, J Chorover, ...
Water Resources Research 57 (3), e2019WR026635, 2021
202021
Climate change and the opportunity cost of conflict
KR Roche, M Müller-Itten, DN Dralle, D Bolster, MF Müller
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (4), 1935-1940, 2020
192020
Spatially variable water table recharge and the hillslope hydrologic response: Analytical solutions to the linearized hillslope Boussinesq equation
DN Dralle, GFS Boisramé, SE Thompson
Water Resources Research 50 (11), 8515-8530, 2014
172014
Plants as sensors: vegetation response to rainfall predicts root-zone water storage capacity in Mediterranean-type climates
DN Dralle, WJ Hahm, DM Rempe, N Karst, LDL Anderegg, SE Thompson, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (10), 104074, 2020
152020
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