Dongmei Feng
Dongmei Feng
University of Masschusetts, Amherst
Adresse e-mail validée de husky.neu.edu
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Biogeographic gradients in ecosystem processes of the invasive ecosystem engineer Phragmites australis
AR Hughes, FR Schenck, J Bloomberg, TC Hanley, D Feng, TC Gouhier, ...
Biological Invasions 18 (9), 2577-2595, 2016
132016
Relative Sensitivity of Flood Inundation Extent by Different Physical and Semi-Empirical Models
S Afshari, E Omranian, D Feng
National Water Center Innovators Program Summer Institute Report 2016 4, 19, 2016
62016
Spatial and temporal variations in eastern US hydrology: responses to global climate variability
D Feng, E Beighley, R Hughes, D Kimbro
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 52 (5), 1089-1108, 2016
62016
Propagation of future climate conditions into hydrologic response from coastal southern California watersheds
D Feng, E Beighley, R Raoufi, J Melack, Y Zhao, S Iacobellis, D Cayan
Climatic Change 153 (1), 199-218, 2019
42019
Comparing discharge estimates made via the BAM algorithm in high‐order Arctic rivers derived solely from optical CubeSat, Landsat, and Sentinel‐2 data
D Feng, C Gleason, X Yang, T Pavelsky
Water Resources Research 55 (9), 7753-7771, 2019
12019
A multidisciplinary coastal vulnerability assessment for local government focused on ecosystems, Santa Barbara area, California
M Myers, P Barnard, E Beighley, D Cayan, J Dugan, D Feng, D Hubbard, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 182, 104921, 2019
2019
Identifying uncertainties in simulated streamflow from hydrologic model components for climate change impact assessments
D Feng, E Beighley
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 2019
2019
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