William Eichinger
William Eichinger
Professor, Civil Engineering, University of Iowa
Verified email at uiowa.edu
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Elastic lidar: theory, practice, and analysis methods
VA Kovalev, WE Eichinger
John Wiley & Sons, 2004
5052004
On the concept of equilibrium evaporation and the value of the Priestley‐Taylor coefficient
WE Eichinger, MB Parlange, H Stricker
Water Resources Research 32 (1), 161-164, 1996
1601996
Seasonal estimates of riparian evapotranspiration using remote and in situ measurements
DC Goodrich, R Scott, J Qi, B Goff, CL Unkrich, MS Moran, D Williams, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 105 (1-3), 281-309, 2000
1452000
A priori field study of the subgrid-scale heat fluxes and dissipation in the atmospheric surface layer
F Porté-Agel, MB Parlange, C Meneveau, WE Eichinger
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 58 (18), 2673-2698, 2001
1292001
Regional scale evaporation and the atmospheric boundary layer
MB Parlange, WE Eichinger, JD Albertson
Reviews of Geophysics 33 (1), 99-124, 1995
1031995
Summary of experimental uncertainty assessment methodology with example
F Stern, M Muste, ML Beninati, WE Eichinger
IIHR Report, 1999
961999
Structure of the atmosphere in an urban planetary boundary layer from lidar and radiosonde observations
DI Cooper, WE Eichinger
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 99 (D11), 22937-22948, 1994
851994
A remote sensing observatory for hydrologic sciences: A genesis for scaling to continental hydrology
WF Krajewski, MC Anderson, WE Eichinger, D Entekhabi, BK Hornbuckle, ...
Water Resources Research 42 (7), 2006
802006
Tower and aircraft eddy covariance measurements of water vapor, energy, and carbon dioxide fluxes during SMACEX
JH Prueger, JL Hatfield, TB Parkin, WP Kustas, LE Hipps, CMU Neale, ...
Journal of Hydrometeorology 6 (6), 954-960, 2005
772005
Preface paper to the Semi-Arid Land-Surface-Atmosphere (SALSA) program special issue
DC Goodrich, A Chehbouni, B Goff, B MacNish, T Maddock, S Moran, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 105 (1-3), 3-20, 2000
752000
The average dissipation rate of turbulent kinetic energy in the neutral and unstable atmospheric surface layer
JD Albertson, MB Parlange, G Kiely, WE Eichinger
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 102 (D12), 13423-13432, 1997
661997
Analysis of ducted motions in the stable nocturnal boundary layer during CASES-99
DC Fritts, C Nappo, DM Riggin, BB Balsley, WE Eichinger, RK Newsom
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 60 (20), 2450-2472, 2003
632003
An experimental study of small-scale variability of radar reflectivity using disdrometer observations
BJ Miriovsky, AA Bradley, WE Eichinger, WF Krajewski, A Kruger, ...
Journal of Applied Meteorology 43 (1), 106-118, 2004
582004
Multiple beam lidar system for wind measurement
WE Eichinger, JR Krieger
US Patent 6,646,725, 2003
562003
Spatial and temporal properties of water vapor and latent energy flux over a riparian canopy
DI Cooper, WE Eichinger, J Kao, L Hipps, J Reisner, S Smith, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 105 (1-3), 161-183, 2000
542000
Application of elastic lidar to PM10 emissions from agricultural nonpoint sources
BA Holmén, WE Eichinger, RG Flocchini
Environmental science & technology 32 (20), 3068-3076, 1998
491998
Analysis of sunspot variability using the Hilbert–Huang transform
BL Barnhart, WE Eichinger
Solar Physics 269 (2), 439-449, 2011
482011
Subgrid-scale dissipation in the atmospheric surface layer: Effects of stability and filter dimension
F Porté-Agel, MB Parlange, C Meneveau, WE Eichinger, M Pahlow
Journal of Hydrometeorology 1 (1), 75-87, 2000
482000
Empirical mode decomposition applied to solar irradiance, global temperature, sunspot number, and CO2 concentration data
BL Barnhart, WE Eichinger
Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics 73 (13), 1771-1779, 2011
432011
Development of a scanning, solar-blind, water Raman lidar
WE Eichinger, DI Cooper, FL Archuletta, D Hof, DB Holtkamp, RR Karl, ...
Applied optics 33 (18), 3923-3932, 1994
431994
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