Daniel Welsch
Daniel Welsch
American Public University System
Verified email at apus.edu
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Diurnal hysteresis between soil CO2 and soil temperature is controlled by soil water content
DA Riveros‐Iregui, RE Emanuel, DJ Muth, BL McGlynn, HE Epstein, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (17), 2007
1532007
Variability in soil respiration across riparian-hillslope transitions
VJ Pacific, BL McGlynn, DA Riveros-Iregui, DL Welsch, HE Epstein
Biogeochemistry 91 (1), 51-70, 2008
872008
Topographic controls on the chemistry of subsurface stormflow
DL Welsch, CN Kroll, JJ McDonnell, DA Burns
Hydrological Processes 15 (10), 1925-1938, 2001
752001
Interpretation and evaluation of combined measurement techniques for soil CO2 efflux: Discrete surface chambers and continuous soil CO2 concentration probes
DA Riveros‐Iregui, BL McGlynn, HE Epstein, DL Welsch
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 113 (G4), 2008
662008
Spatial and temporal controls on watershed ecohydrology in the northern Rocky Mountains
RE Emanuel, HE Epstein, BL McGlynn, DL Welsch, DJ Muth, P D'Odorico
Water Resources Research 46 (11), 2010
612010
Differential soil respiration responses to changing hydrologic regimes
VJ Pacific, BL McGlynn, DA Riveros‐Iregui, HE Epstein, DL Welsch
Water Resources Research 45 (7), 2009
472009
Landscape structure, groundwater dynamics, and soil water content influence soil respiration across riparian–hillslope transitions in the Tenderfoot Creek Experimental Forest …
VJ Pacific, BL McGlynn, DA Riveros‐Iregui, DL Welsch, HE Epstein
Hydrological Processes 25 (5), 811-827, 2011
442011
A watershed‐scale assessment of a process soil CO2 production and efflux model
DA Riveros‐Iregui, BL McGlynn, LA Marshall, DL Welsch, RE Emanuel, ...
Water Resources Research 47 (10), 2011
392011
Spatial and temporal simulation of soil CO2 concentrations in a small forested catchment in Virginia
DL Welsch, GM Hornberger
Biogeochemistry 71 (3), 413-434, 2004
352004
Processes affecting the response of sulfate concentrations to clearcutting in a northern hardwood forest, Catskill Mountains, New York, USA
DL Welsch, DA Burns, PS Murdoch
Biogeochemistry 68 (3), 337-354, 2004
212004
Vegetation and elevation influence the timing and magnitude of soil CO2 efflux in a humid, topographically complex watershed.
JW Atkins, HE Epstein, DL Welsch
Biogeosciences 12 (10), 2015
122015
Using Landsat imagery to map understory shrub expansion relative to landscape position in a mid‐Appalachian watershed
JW Atkins, HE Epstein, DL Welsch
Ecosphere 9 (10), e02404, 2018
72018
Simulation of future stream alkalinity under changing deposition and climate scenarios
DL Welsch, BJ Cosby, GM Hornberger
Science of the total environment 367 (2-3), 800-810, 2006
52006
Vegetation heterogeneity and landscape position exert strong controls on soil CO2 efflux in a moist, Appalachian watershed.
JW Atkins, HE Epstein, DL Welsch
Biogeosciences Discussions 11 (12), 2014
42014
Simulation of Stream Water Alkalinity Concentrations using Coupled Models of Soil air CO2 and Stream Water Chemistry
DL Welsch, BJ Cosby, GM Hornberger
Biogeochemistry 79 (3), 339-360, 2006
42006
Seasonal and inter‐annual variability in litter decomposition and nitrogen availability in a mid‐Appalachian watershed
JW Atkins, HE Epstein, DL Welsch
Ecosphere 8 (9), e01908, 2017
22017
Modeling the influence of riparian soil air CO2 concentrations on stream water alkalinity
DL Welsch
University of Virginia, 2003
22003
Relationships between topography and chemistry in subsurface stormflow.
DL Welsch
22000
Soil CO2 Concentration and Surface CO2 Efflux Across Riparian/Hillslope Transitions
V Pacific, DA Riveros, BL McGlynn, D Welsch, HA Epstein
AGUFM 2006, B53A-0338, 2006
12006
Assessing the hydrologic impact of historical railroad embankments on wetland vegetation response in Canaan Valley, West Virginia: the value of high‐resolution data
J Young, D Welsch, S Deacon
Restoration Ecology 28 (1), 51-62, 2020
2020
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