Fred Ogden

University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
Atmospheric Sciences, Environmental Engineering
"Fred Ogden"
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Litt GF, Ogden FL, Mojica A, et al. (2019) Land cover effects on soil infiltration capacity measured using plot scale rainfall simulation in steep tropical lowlands of Central Panama Hydrological Processes. 34: 878-897
Moreno H, Ogden F, Alvarez L. (2018) Unstructured-Mesh Terrain Analysis and Incident Solar Radiation for Continuous Hydrologic Modeling in Mountain Watersheds Water. 10: 398
Cheng Y, Ogden FL, Zhu J. (2017) Earthworms and tree roots: A model study of the effect of preferential flow paths on runoff generation and groundwater recharge in steep, saprolitic, tropical lowland catchments Water Resources Research. 53: 5400-5419
Fatichi S, Vivoni ER, Ogden FL, et al. (2016) An overview of current applications, challenges, and future trends in distributed process-based models in hydrology Journal of Hydrology. 537: 45-60
Downer CW, Pradhan NR, Ogden FL, et al. (2015) Testing the effects of detachment limits and transport capacity formulation on sediment runoff predictions using the U.S. Army Corps of engineers GSSHA model Journal of Hydrologic Engineering. 20
Lai W, Ogden FL. (2015) A mass-conservative finite volume predictor-corrector solution of the 1D Richards' equation Journal of Hydrology. 523: 119-127
Litt GF, Gardner CB, Ogden FL, et al. (2015) Hydrologic tracers and thresholds: A comparison of geochemical techniques for event-based stream hydrograph separation and flowpath interpretation across multiple land covers in the Panama Canal Watershed Applied Geochemistry. 63: 507-518
Ogden FL, Lai W, Steinke RC, et al. (2015) A new general 1-D vadose zone flow solution method Water Resources Research. 51: 4282-4300
Downer CW, Ogden FL, Martin WD, et al. (2012) Opportunity-driven hydrological model development in US Army research and development programs Geological Society Special Publication. 362: 267-286
Wohl E, Barros A, Brunsell N, et al. (2012) The hydrology of the humid tropics Nature Climate Change. 2: 655-662
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