Derek M. Heeren
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Evaluation of the bank stability and toe erosion model (BSTEM) for predicting lateral retreat on composite streambanks
TL Midgley, GA Fox, DM Heeren
Geomorphology 145, 107-114, 2012
Fuzzy control system for variable rate irrigation using remote sensing
WR Mendes, FMU Ara˙jo, R Dutta, DM Heeren
Expert systems with applications 124, 13-24, 2019
Trapping phosphorus in runoff with a phosphorus removal structure
CJ Penn, JM McGrath, E Rounds, G Fox, D Heeren
Journal of Environmental Quality 41 (3), 672-679, 2012
Preferential flow effects on subsurface contaminant transport in alluvial floodplains
DM Heeren, RB Miller, GA Fox, DE Storm, T Halihan, CJ Penn
Transactions of the ASABE 53 (1), 127-136, 2010
Evaluation of variable rate irrigation using a remote-sensing-based model
JB Barker, DM Heeren, CMU Neale, DR Rudnick
Agricultural Water Management 203, 63-74, 2018
Seepage-induced streambank erosion and instability: in situ constant-head experiments
TL Midgley, GA Fox, GV Wilson, DM Heeren, EJ Langendoen, A Simon
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 18 (10), 1200-1210, 2013
Using rapid geomorphic assessments to assess streambank stability in Oklahoma Ozark streams
DM Heeren, AR Mittelstet, GA Fox, DE Storm, AT Al-Madhhachi, ...
Transactions of the ASABE 55 (3), 957-968, 2012
Identifying advantages and disadvantages of variable rate irrigation: An updated review
SA O’Shaughnessy, SR Evett, PD Colaizzi, MA Andrade, TH Marek, ...
Applied Engineering in Agriculture 35 (6), 837-852, 2019
Flow and transport experiments for a streambank seep originating from a preferential flow pathway
GA Fox, DM Heeren, RB Miller, AR Mittelstet, DE Storm
Journal of Hydrology 403 (3-4), 360-366, 2011
Soil water content monitoring for irrigation management: A geostatistical analysis
JB Barker, TE Franz, DM Heeren, CMU Neale, JD Luck
Agricultural water management 188, 36-49, 2017
Comparison of subsurface and surface runoff phosphorus transport rates in alluvial floodplains
AR Mittelstet, DM Heeren, GA Fox, DE Storm, MJ White, RB Miller
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 141 (3-4), 417-425, 2011
Challenges and opportunities in precision irrigation decision-support systems for center pivots
J Zhang, K Guan, B Peng, C Jiang, W Zhou, Y Yang, M Pan, TE Franz, ...
Environmental Research Letters 16 (5), 053003, 2021
Past, present, and future of irrigation on the US Great Plains
SR Evett, PD Colaizzi, FR Lamm, SA O’Shaughnessy, DM Heeren, ...
Transactions of the ASABE 63 (3), 703-729, 2020
Field characterization of field capacity and root zone available water capacity for variable rate irrigation
TH Lo, DM Heeren, L Mateos, JD Luck, DL Martin, KA Miller, JB Barker, ...
Applied Engineering in Agriculture 33 (4), 559-572, 2017
Sustainable irrigation based on co-regulation of soil water supply and atmospheric evaporative demand
J Zhang, K Guan, B Peng, M Pan, W Zhou, C Jiang, H Kimm, TE Franz, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 5549, 2021
Stage‐dependent transient storage of phosphorus in alluvial floodplains
DM Heeren, GA Fox, RB Miller, DE Storm, AK Fox, CJ Penn, T Halihan, ...
Hydrological Processes 25 (20), 3230-3243, 2011
Site-specific irrigation management in a sub-humid climate using a spatial evapotranspiration model with satellite and airborne imagery
S Bhatti, DM Heeren, JB Barker, CMU Neale, WE Woldt, MS Maguire, ...
Agricultural Water Management 230, 105950, 2020
Numerically predicting seepage gradient forces and erosion: Sensitivity to soil hydraulic properties
GA Fox, DM Heeren, GV Wilson, EJ Langendoen, AK Fox, ML Chu-Agor
Journal of hydrology 389 (3-4), 354-362, 2010
The role of topography, soil, and remotely sensed vegetation condition towards predicting crop yield
TE Franz, S Pokal, JP Gibson, Y Zhou, H Gholizadeh, FA Tenorio, ...
Field Crops Research 252, 107788, 2020
The hydraulic conductivity structure of gravel-dominated vadose zones within alluvial floodplains
RB Miller, DM Heeren, GA Fox, T Halihan, DE Storm, AR Mittelstet
Journal of Hydrology 513, 229-240, 2014
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