Margaret Zimmer
Margaret Zimmer
Assistant Professor of Fresh Water
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Fine scale variations of surface water chemistry in an ephemeral to perennial drainage network
MA Zimmer, SW Bailey, KJ McGuire, TD Bullen
Hydrological Processes 27 (24), 3438-3451, 2013
762013
Temporal and spatial response of hyporheic zone geochemistry to a storm event
MA Zimmer, LK Lautz
Hydrological Processes 28 (4), 2324-2337, 2014
482014
Ephemeral and intermittent runoff generation processes in a low relief, highly weathered catchment
MA Zimmer, BL McGlynn
Water Resources Research 53 (8), 7055-7077, 2017
372017
Lateral, vertical, and longitudinal source area connectivity drive runoff and carbon export across watershed scales
MA Zimmer, BL McGlynn
Water Resources Research 54 (3), 1576-1598, 2018
232018
Pre-and postrestoration assessment of stream water–groundwater interactions: effects on hydrological and chemical heterogeneity in the hyporheic zone
MA Zimmer, LK Lautz
Freshwater Science 34 (1), 287-300, 2015
142015
Bidirectional stream-groundwater flow in response to ephemeral and intermittent streamflow and groundwater seasonality
M Zimmer, B McGlynn
Hydrological Processes, 2017
132017
Temporal variability in nitrate‐discharge relationships in large rivers as revealed by high‐frequency data
MA Zimmer, B Pellerin, DA Burns, G Petrochenkov
Water Resources Research 55 (2), 973-989, 2019
112019
Run‐off processes from mountains to foothills: The role of soil stratigraphy and structure in influencing run‐off characteristics across high to low relief landscapes
MA Zimmer, JP Gannon
Hydrological Processes 32 (11), 1546-1560, 2018
112018
A comparison of hyporheic transport at a cross‐vane structure and natural riffle
SJ Smidt, JA Cullin, AS Ward, J Robinson, MA Zimmer, LK Lautz, ...
Groundwater 53 (6), 859-871, 2015
92015
Temporally variable stream width and surface area distributions in a headwater catchment
E Barefoot, TM Pavelsky, GH Allen, MA Zimmer, BL McGlynn
Water Resources Research 55 (8), 7166-7181, 2019
62019
Time‐lapse animation of hillslope groundwater dynamics details event‐based and seasonal bidirectional stream–groundwater gradients
MA Zimmer, BL McGlynn
Hydrological Processes 31 (10), 1983-1985, 2017
52017
Zero or not? Causes and consequences of zero‐flow stream gage readings
MA Zimmer, KE Kaiser, JR Blaszczak, SC Zipper, JC Hammond, KM Fritz, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7 (3), e1436, 2020
22020
Stream width dynamics in a small headwater catchment
EA Barefoot, T Pavelsky, GH Allen, MA Zimmer, BL McGlynn
AGUFM 2016, H23I-1690, 2016
12016
Restoring hydrological and biogeochemical ecosystem services in streams: how can science inform practice?
L Lautz, R Gordon, T Daniluk, MA Zimmer, TA Endreny, K McGrath
AGUFM 2014, H24B-06, 2014
12014
River ecosystem conceptual models and non‐perennial rivers: A critical review
DC Allen, T Datry, KS Boersma, MT Bogan, AJ Boulton, D Bruno, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7 (5), e1473, 2020
2020
What’s in a Name? Patterns, Trends, and Suggestions for Defining Non-Perennial Rivers and Streams
MH Busch, KH Costigan, KM Fritz, T Datry, CA Krabbenhoft, JC Hammond, ...
Water 12 (7), 1980, 2020
2020
Geologic controls on source water drive baseflow generation and carbon geochemistry: evidence of nonstationary baseflow sources across multiple subwatersheds
CM Richardson, MA Zimmer, JK Fackrell, A Paytan
Water Resources Research 56 (7), e2019WR026577, 2020
2020
Coupled high frequency sensor network and environmental tracers to quantify subsurface nitrate transport to a coastal estuary
MA Zimmer, E Grande, EC Seybold, AE Braswell, A Visser, A Greene
AGUFM 2019, H21J-1877, 2019
2019
Mining geospatial data to quantify biophysical and anthropogenic controls on low flow frequency and magnitude in southeastern USA streams
SH Ledford, MA Zimmer, D Payan
AGUFM 2019, H41M-1886, 2019
2019
Geologic controls on baseflow generation across watershed scales
CM Richardson, MA Zimmer, J Fackrell, A Paytan
AGUFM 2019, H31O-1958, 2019
2019
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