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2010Hornberger, G M, Baedecker, M J, Chin, Y.-P., Daigger, G T, Fountain, T R, Kratz, T K, Lawford, R G, Loucks, D P, O’Melia, C R, Polasky, S, Rabalais, N N, Scholz, J T, and Winter, T C, 2010, Review of the WATERS network science plan: The National Academies Press.
2010Stets, Edward G., Winter, Thomas C., Rosenberry, Donald O., and Striegl, Robert G., 2010, Quantification of surface water and groundwater flows to open- and closed-basin lakes in a headwaters watershed using a descriptive oxygen stable isotope model: Water Resources Research, v. 46, 16 PP. [get publication]
2009Rosenberry, D O, and Winter, T C, 2009, Hydrologic processes and the water budget: University of California Press: Berkeley, p. 23-68.
2009Stets, Edward G., Striegl, Robert G., Aiken, George R., Rosenberry, Donald O., and Winter, Thomas C., 2009, Hydrologic support of carbon dioxide flux revealed by whole-lake carbon budgets: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 114, 14 PP. [get publication]
2009Winter, T C, and Rosenberry, D O, 2009, Evaluation of methods and uncertainties in the water budget: University of California Press: Berkeley, p. 205-224.
2008Rosenberry, D O, Winter, T C, Buso, D C, and Likens, G E, 2008, Reply to comment by J. Szilagyi on “Comparison of 15 evaporation methods applied to a small mountain lake in the northeastern USA: Journal of Hydrology, v. 348, p. 566-567.
2008Winter, Thomas C, Buso, Donald C, Shattuck, Patricia C, Harte, Phillip T, Vroblesky, Donald A, and Goode, Daniel J, 2008, The effect of terrace geology on ground-water movement and on the interaction of ground water and surface water on a mountainside near Mirror Lake, New Hampshire, USA: Hydrological Processes, v. 22, iss. 1, p. 21-32. [get publication]
2007Healy, Richard W, Winter, Thomas C, LaBaugh, James W, and Franke, O Lehn, 2007, Water Budgets: Foundations for Effective Water-Resources and Environmental Management: Geological Survey (U.S.). [get publication]
2007Person, Mark, Roy, Prasenjit, Wright, Herb, Gutowski, William, Ito, Emi, Winter, Tom, Rosenberry, Donald, and Cohen, Denis, 2007, Hydrologic response of the Crow Wing Watershed, Minnesota, to mid-Holocene climate change: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 119, iss. 3-4, p. 363-376. [get publication]
2007Rosenberry, Donald O, Winter, Thomas C, Buso, Donald C, and Likens, Gene E, 2007, Comparison of 15 evaporation methods applied to a small mountain lake in the northeastern USA: Journal of Hydrology, v. 340, iss. 3–4, p. 149-166. [get publication]
2007Winter, Thomas C, 2007, The Role of Ground Water in Generating Streamflow in Headwater Areas and in Maintaining Base Flow1: JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association, v. 43, iss. 1, p. 15-25. [get publication]
2006Cohen, Denis, Person, Mark, Daannen, Ronnie, Locke, Sharon, Dahlstrom, Dave, Zabielski, Victor, Winter, Thomas C, Rosenberry, Donald O, Wright, Herb, Ito, Emi, Nieber, John L, and Gutowski Jr, William J, 2006, Groundwater-supported evapotranspiration within glaciated watersheds under conditions of climate change: Journal of Hydrology, v. 320, iss. 3–4, p. 484-500. [get publication]
2006Schot, P, and Winter, T, 2006, Groundwater-surface water interactions in wetlands for integrated water resources management (editorial: Journal of Hydrology, v. 320, p. 261-263.
2005Winter, T C, Rosenberry, D O, Kelly, E, and LaBaugh, J W, 2005, Comparison of wetlands in different hydrogeologic settings under conditions of extreme climate variability: p. 139-147.
2004Euliss, Ned H, LaBaugh, James W, Fredrickson, Leigh H, Mushet, David M, Laubhan, Murray K, Swanson, George A, Winter, Thomas C, Rosenberry, Donald O, and Nelson, Richard D, 2004, THE WETLAND CONTINUUM: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR INTERPRETING BIOLOGICAL STUDIES: Wetlands, v. 24, iss. 2, p. 448-458. [get publication]
2004Rosenberry, Donald O, Stannard, David I, Winter, Thomas C, and Martinez, Margo L, 2004, COMPARISON OF 13 EQUATIONS FOR DETERMINING EVAPOTRANSPIRATION FROM A PRAIRIE WETLAND, COTTONWOOD LAKE AREA, NORTH DAKOTA, USA: Wetlands, v. 24, iss. 3, p. 483-497. [get publication]
2004Stannard, David I, Rosenberry, Donald O, Winter, Thomas C, and Parkhurst, Renee S, 2004, ESTIMATES OF FETCH-INDUCED ERRORS IN BOWEN-RATIO ENERGY-BUDGET MEASUREMENTS OF EVAPOTRANSPIRATION FROM A PRAIRIE WETLAND, COTTONWOOD LAKE AREA, NORTH DAKOTA, USA: Wetlands, v. 24, iss. 3, p. 498-513. [get publication]
2004Winter, T C, 2004, Kettle lakes: University of Nebraska Press: Lincoln, v. 1.
2004Winter, T C, 2004, The hydrology of lakes: Blackwell Science: Oxford, v. 1, p. 61-78.
2004Wolock, David M, Winter, Thomas C, and McMahon, Gerard, 2004, Delineation and Evaluation of Hydrologic-Landscape Regions in the United States Using Geographic Information System Tools and Multivariate Statistical Analyses: Environmental Management, v. 34, iss. 1, p. S71-S88. [get publication]
2003Dean, Walter E, Neff, Brian P, Rosenberry, Donald O, Winter, Thomas C, and Parkhurst, Renee, 2003, The Significance of Ground Water to the Accumulation of Iron and Manganese in the Sediments of Two Hydrologically Distinct Lakes in North-Central Minnesota: A Geological Perspective: Ground Water, v. 41, iss. 7, p. 951-963. [get publication]
2003Rosenberry, D O, Dean, W E, Duff, J H, LaBaugh, J W, Reddy, M M, Schuster, P S, Striegl, R G, Triska, F J, and Winter Arizona C3 - Proceedings of The First Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Benson, Arizona, October 27-30, 2003, T C C1 - Benson, 2003, Exchange of water, solutes, and nutrients at the sediment-water interface affects a northern Minnesota watershed at multiple scales: p. 468-473.
2003Schuster, Paul F, Reddy, Michael M, LaBaugh, James W, Parkhurst, Renee S, Rosenberry, Donald O, Winter, Thomas C, Antweiler, Ronald C, and Dean, Walter E, 2003, Characterization of lake water and ground water movement in the littoral zone of Williams Lake, a closed-basin lake in north central Minnesota: Hydrological Processes, v. 17, iss. 4, p. 823-838 LA - en. [get publication]
2003Winter, T C, 2003, Geohydrologic setting of the Cottonwood Lake area: United States Geological Survey, p. 1-24. [get publication]
2003Winter, T C, 2003, Hydrologic Cycle: Macmillan Reference USA: New York, v. 2, p. 194-198.
2003Winter, T C, Buso, D C, Rosenberry, D O, Likens, G E, Sturrock, A M, and Mau, D P, 2003, Evaporation determined by the energy-budget method for Mirror Lake, New Hampshire: American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Inc, v. 48, iss. 3, p. 995-1009.
2003Winter, T C, and LaBaugh, J W, 2003, Hydrologic considerations in defining isolated wetlands: Wetlands, v. 23, iss. 3, p. 532-540.
2003Winter, T C, and Spangenberg, N E, 2003, Wetlands: Macmillan Reference USA: New York, v. 4, p. 241-247.
2003Winter, Thomas C, Rosenberry, Donald O, and LaBaugh, James W, 2003, Where Does the Ground Water in Small Watersheds Come From?: Ground Water, v. 41, iss. 7, p. 989-1000. [get publication]
2002Filby, Sheryl K, Locke, Sharon M, Person, Mark A, Winter, Thomas C, Rosenberry, Donald O, Nieber, John L, Gutowski, William J, and Ito, Emi, 2002, Mid-Holocene Hydrologic Model of the Shingobee Watershed, Minnesota: Quaternary Research, v. 58, iss. 3, p. 246-254. [get publication]
2002Forman, R T T, Sperling, D, Bissonette, J A, Clevenger, A P, Cutshall, C D, Dale, V H, Fahrig, L, France, R, Goldman, C R, Heanue, K, Jones, J A, Swanson, F J, Turrentine, T, and Winter, T C, 2002, Road Ecology: Science and Solutions: Island Press: Washingon, D.C., 481 p. [get publication]
2002Vandas, S J, Battaglin, W A, and Winter, T C, 2002, Water and the environment: American Geological Institute, Alexandria, Virginia.
2002Winter, T C, 2002, Subaqueous capping and natural recovery: Understanding the hydro-geologic setting at contaminated sites: U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center: Vicksburg, MS, p. 1-16.
2002Winter, T C, 2002, Water, sediment, and chemical flows related to roads: Center for Transportation and the Environment, North Carolina State University, p. 24-28.
2002York, J P, Person, M, Gutowski, W J, and Winter, T C, 2002, Putting aquifers into atmospheric simulation models: an example from the Mill Creek Watershed, northeastern Kansas: Advances in Water Resources, v. 25, iss. 2, p. 221-238.