Jessica D. Lundquist, Ph.D. - Publications

2004 University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
Hydrology, Atmospheric Science Physics

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2016 Morelli TL, Daly C, Dobrowski SZ, Dulen DM, Ebersole JL, Jackson ST, Lundquist JD, Millar CI, Maher SP, Monahan WB, Nydick KR, Redmond KT, Sawyer SC, Stock S, Beissinger SR. Managing Climate Change Refugia for Climate Adaptation. Plos One. 11: e0159909. PMID 27509088 DOI: 10.1371/Journal.Pone.0159909  0.8
2016 Raleigh MS, Livneh B, Lapo K, Lundquist JD. How does availability of meteorological forcing data impact physically based snowpack simulations? Journal of Hydrometeorology. 17: 99-120. DOI: 10.1175/Jhm-D-14-0235.1  0.8
2016 Lundquist JD, Roche JW, Forrester H, Moore C, Keenan E, Perry G, Cristea N, Henn B, Lapo K, Mcgurk B, Cayan DR, Dettinger MD. Yosemite Hydroclimate Network: Distributed stream and atmospheric data for the Tuolumne River watershed and surroundings Water Resources Research. DOI: 10.1002/2016Wr019261  0.8
2016 Dickerson-Lange SE, Eitel KB, Dorsey L, Link TE, Lundquist JD. Challenges and successes in engaging citizen scientists to observe snow cover: From public engagement to an educational collaboration Journal of Science Communication. 15.  0.8
2015 Curtis JA, Flint LE, Flint AL, Lundquist JD, Hudgens B, Boydston EE, Young JK. Correction: Incorporating cold-air pooling into downscaled climate models increases potential refugia for snow-dependent species within the Sierra Nevada Ecoregion, CA. Plos One. 10: e0124729. PMID 25848796 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0124729  0.8
2015 Raleigh MS, Lundquist JD, Clark MP. Exploring the impact of forcing error characteristics on physically based snow simulations within a global sensitivity analysis framework Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 19: 3153-3179. DOI: 10.5194/Hess-19-3153-2015  0.8
2015 Lundquist JD, Hughes M, Henn B, Gutmann ED, Livneh B, Dozier J, Neiman P. High-elevation precipitation patterns: Using snow measurements to assess daily gridded datasets across the Sierra Nevada, California Journal of Hydrometeorology. 16: 1773-1792. DOI: 10.1175/Jhm-D-15-0019.1  0.8
2015 Hinkelman LM, Lapo KE, Cristea NC, Lundquist JD. Using CERES SYN surface irradiance data as forcing for snowmelt simulation in complex terrain Journal of Hydrometeorology. 16: 2133-2152. DOI: 10.1175/Jhm-D-14-0179.1  0.8
2015 Friesen J, Lundquist J, Van Stan JT. Evolution of forest precipitation water storage measurement methods Hydrological Processes. 29: 2504-2520. DOI: 10.1002/Hyp.10376  0.8
2015 Wayand NE, Massmann A, Butler C, Keenan E, Stimberis J, Lundquist JD. A meteorological and snow observational data set from Snoqualmie Pass (921 m), Washington Cascades, USA Water Resources Research. 51: 10092-10103. DOI: 10.1002/2015Wr017773  0.8
2015 Clark MP, Nijssen B, Lundquist JD, Kavetski D, Rupp DE, Woods RA, Freer JE, Gutmann ED, Wood AW, Gochis DJ, Rasmussen RM, Tarboton DG, Mahat V, Flerchinger GN, Marks DG. A unified approach for process-based hydrologic modeling: 2. Model implementation and case studies Water Resources Research. 51: 2515-2542. DOI: 10.1002/2015Wr017200  0.8
2015 Clark MP, Nijssen B, Lundquist JD, Kavetski D, Rupp DE, Woods RA, Freer JE, Gutmann ED, Wood AW, Brekke LD, Arnold JR, Gochis DJ, Rasmussen RM. A unified approach for process-based hydrologic modeling: 1. Modeling concept Water Resources Research. 51: 2498-2514. DOI: 10.1002/2015Wr017198  0.8
2015 Henn B, Clark MP, Kavetski D, Lundquist JD. Estimating mountain basin-mean precipitation from streamflow using Bayesian inference Water Resources Research. 51: 8012-8033. DOI: 10.1002/2014Wr016736  0.8
2015 Lundquist JD, Wayand NE, Massmann A, Clark MP, Lott F, Cristea NC. Diagnosis of insidious data disasters Water Resources Research. 51: 3815-3827. DOI: 10.1002/2014Wr016585  0.8
2015 Wayand NE, Lundquist JD, Clark MP. Modeling the influence of hypsometry, vegetation, and storm energy on snowmelt contributions to basins during rain-on-snow floods Water Resources Research. 51: 8551-8569. DOI: 10.1002/2014Wr016576  0.8
2015 Lapo KE, Hinkelman LM, Raleigh MS, Lundquist JD. Impact of errors in the downwelling irradiances on simulations of snow water equivalent, snow surface temperature, and the snow energy balance Water Resources Research. 51: 1649-1670. DOI: 10.1002/2014Wr016259  0.8
2015 Dickerson-Lange SE, Lutz JA, Martin KA, Raleigh MS, Gersonde R, Lundquist JD. Evaluating observational methods to quantify snow duration under diverse forest canopies Water Resources Research. DOI: 10.1002/2014Wr015744  0.8
2014 Curtis JA, Flint LE, Flint AL, Lundquist JD, Hudgens B, Boydston EE, Young JK. Incorporating cold-air pooling into downscaled climate models increases potential refugia for snow-dependent species within the Sierra Nevada Ecoregion, CA. Plos One. 9: e106984. PMID 25188379 DOI: 10.1371/Journal.Pone.0106984  0.8
2014 Moore CE, Loheide SP, Lowry CS, Lundquist JD. Instream Restoration to Improve the Ecohydrologic Function of a Subalpine Meadow: Pre-implementation Modeling with HEC-RAS Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 50: 1033-1050. DOI: 10.1111/Jawr.12155  0.8
2014 Cristea NC, Lundquist JD, Loheide SP, Lowry CS, Moore CE. Modelling how vegetation cover affects climate change impacts on streamflow timing and magnitude in the snowmelt-dominated upper Tuolumne Basin, Sierra Nevada Hydrological Processes. 28: 3896-3918. DOI: 10.1002/Hyp.9909  0.8
2013 Ford KR, Ettinger AK, Lundquist JD, Raleigh MS, Hille Ris Lambers J. Spatial heterogeneity in ecologically important climate variables at coarse and fine scales in a high-snow mountain landscape. Plos One. 8: e65008. PMID 23762277 DOI: 10.1371/Journal.Pone.0065008  0.8
2013 Henn B, Raleigh MS, Fisher A, Lundquist JD. A comparison of methods for filling gaps in hourly near-surface air temperature data Journal of Hydrometeorology. 14: 929-945. DOI: 10.1175/Jhm-D-12-027.1  0.8
2013 Wayand NE, Hamlet AF, Hughes M, Feld SI, Lundquist JD. Intercomparison of meteorological forcing data from empirical and mesoscale model sources in the north fork american river basin in northern sierra nevada, california Journal of Hydrometeorology. 14: 677-699. DOI: 10.1175/Jhm-D-12-0102.1  0.8
2013 Van Stan JT, Martin K, Friesen J, Jarvis MT, Lundquist JD, Levia DF. Evaluation of an instrumental method to reduce error in canopy water storage estimates via mechanical displacement Water Resources Research. 49: 54-63. DOI: 10.1029/2012Wr012666  0.8
2013 Raleigh MS, Rittger K, Moore CE, Henn B, Lutz JA, Lundquist JD. Ground-based testing of MODIS fractional snow cover in subalpine meadows and forests of the Sierra Nevada Remote Sensing of Environment. 128: 44-57. DOI: 10.1016/J.Rse.2012.09.016  0.8
2013 Slater AG, Barrett AP, Clark MP, Lundquist JD, Raleigh MS. Uncertainty in seasonal snow reconstruction: Relative impacts of model forcing and image availability Advances in Water Resources. 55: 165-177. DOI: 10.1016/J.Advwatres.2012.07.006  0.8
2013 Lundquist JD, Dickerson-Lange SE, Lutz JA, Cristea NC. Lower forest density enhances snow retention in regions with warmer winters: A global framework developed from plot-scale observations and modeling Water Resources Research. 49: 6356-6370. DOI: 10.1002/Wrcr.20504  0.8
2013 Feld SI, Cristea NC, Lundquist JD. Representing atmospheric moisture content along mountain slopes: Examination using distributed sensors in the Sierra Nevada, California Water Resources Research. 49: 4424-4441. DOI: 10.1002/Wrcr.20318  0.8
2013 Martin KA, Van Stan JT, Dickerson-Lange SE, Lutz JA, Berman JW, Gersonde R, Lundquist JD. Development and testing of a snow interceptometer to quantify canopy water storage and interception processes in the rain/snow transition zone of the North Cascades, Washington, USA Water Resources Research. 49: 3243-3256. DOI: 10.1002/Wrcr.20271  0.8
2013 Raleigh MS, Landry CC, Hayashi M, Quinton WL, Lundquist JD. Approximating snow surface temperature from standard temperature and humidity data: New possibilities for snow model and remote sensing evaluation Water Resources Research. 49: 8053-8069. DOI: 10.1002/2013Wr013958  0.8
2012 Lutz JA, Martin KA, Lundquist JD. Using fiber-optic distributed temperature sensing to measure ground surface temperature in thinned and unthinned forests Northwest Science. 86: 108-121. DOI: 10.3955/046.086.0203  0.8
2012 Raleigh MS, Lundquist JD. Comparing and combining SWE estimates from the SNOW-17 model using PRISM and SWE reconstruction Water Resources Research. 48. DOI: 10.1029/2011Wr010542  0.8
2011 Lowry CS, Loheide SP, Moore CE, Lundquist JD. Groundwater controls on vegetation composition and patterning in mountain meadows Water Resources Research. 47. DOI: 10.1029/2010Wr010086  0.8
2011 Lundquist JD, Loheide SP. How evaporative water losses vary between wet and dry water years as a function of elevation in the Sierra Nevada, California, and critical factors for modeling Water Resources Research. 47. DOI: 10.1029/2010Wr010050  0.8
2010 Lundquist JD, Minder JR, Neiman PJ, Sukovich E. Relationships between barrier jet heights, orographic precipitation gradients, and streamflow in the Northern Sierra Nevada Journal of Hydrometeorology. 11: 1141-1156. DOI: 10.1175/2010Jhm1264.1  0.8
2010 Minder JR, Mote PW, Lundquist JD. Surface temperature lapse rates over complex terrain: Lessons from the Cascade Mountains Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres. 115. DOI: 10.1029/2009Jd013493  0.8
2010 Lundquist JD, Lott F. Using inexpensive temperature sensors to monitor the duration and heterogeneity of snow-covered areas Water Resources Research. 46. DOI: 10.1029/2008Wr007035  0.8
2010 Lundquist JD, Huggett B. Evergreen trees as inexpensive radiation shields for temperature sensors Water Resources Research. 46. DOI: 10.1029/2008Wr006979  0.8
2010 Loheide SP, Deitchman RS, Cooper DJ, Wolf EC, Hammersmark CT, Lundquist JD. Reply to comment on "A framework for understanding the hydroecology of impacted wet meadows in the Sierra Nevada and Cascade Ranges, California, USA": Paper published in Hydrogeology Journal (2009) 17:229-246, by Steven P. Loheide II, Richard S. Deitchman, David J. Cooper, Evan C. Wolf, Christopher T. Hammersmark, Jessica D. Lundquist Hydrogeology Journal. 18: 1745-1746. DOI: 10.1007/S10040-010-0635-8  0.8
2010 Lowry CS, Deems JS, Loheide SP, Lundquist JD. Linking snowmelt-derived fluxes and groundwater flow in a high elevation meadow system, Sierra Nevada Mountains, California Hydrological Processes. 24: 2821-2833. DOI: 10.1002/Hyp.7714  0.8
2009 Loheide SP, Lundquist JD. Snowmelt-induced diel fluxes through the hyporheic zone Water Resources Research. 45. DOI: 10.1029/2008Wr007329  0.8
2009 Loheide SP, Deitchman RS, Cooper DJ, Wolf EC, Hammersmark CT, Lundquist JD. A framework for understanding the hydroecology of impacted wet meadows in the Sierra Nevada and Cascade Ranges, California, USA Hydrogeology Journal. 17: 229-246. DOI: 10.1007/S10040-008-0380-4  0.8
2008 Lyon SW, Dominguez F, Gochis DJ, Brunsell NA, Castro CL, Chow FK, Fan Y, Fuka D, Hong Y, Kucera PA, Nesbitt SW, Salzmann N, Schmidli J, Synder PK, Teuling AJ, ... ... Lundquist JD, et al. Coupling terrestrial and atmospheric water dynamics to improve prediction in a changing environment Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 89: 1275-1279. DOI: 10.1175/2008Bams2547.1  0.8
2008 Neiman PJ, Ralph FM, Wick GA, Lundquist JD, Dettinger MD. Meteorological characteristics and overland precipitation impacts of atmospheric rivers affecting the West coast of North America based on eight years of SSM/I satellite observations Journal of Hydrometeorology. 9: 22-47. DOI: 10.1175/2007Jhm855.1  0.8
2008 Lundquist JD, Neiman PJ, Martner B, White AB, Gottas DJ, Ralph FM. Rain versus snow in the Sierra Nevada, California: Comparing doppler profiling radar and surface observations of melting level Journal of Hydrometeorology. 9: 194-211. DOI: 10.1175/2007Jhm853.1  0.8
2008 Lundquist JD, Pepin N, Rochford C. Automated algorithm for mapping regions of cold-air pooling in complex terrain Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres. 113. DOI: 10.1029/2008Jd009879  0.8
2008 Pepin NC, Lundquist JD. Temperature trends at high elevations: Patterns across the globe Geophysical Research Letters. 35. DOI: 10.1029/2008Gl034026  0.8
2007 Lundquist JD, Cayan DR. Surface temperature patterns in complex terrain: Daily variations and long-term change in the central Sierra Nevada, California Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres. 112. DOI: 10.1029/2006Jd007561  0.8
2006 Lundquist JD, Flint AL. Onset of snowmelt and streamflow in 2004 in the Western Unites States: How shading may affect spring streamflow timing in a warmer world Journal of Hydrometeorology. 7: 1199-1217. DOI: 10.1175/Jhm539.1  0.8
2005 Lundquist JD, Dettinger MD, Cayan DR. Snow-fed streamflow timing at different basin scales: Case study of the Tuolumne River above Hetch Hetchy, Yosemite, California Water Resources Research. 41: 1-14. DOI: 10.1029/2004Wr003933  0.8
2005 Lundquist JD, Dettinger MD. How snowpack heterogeneity affects diurnal streamflow timing Water Resources Research. 41: 1-14. DOI: 10.1029/2004Wr003649  0.8
2004 Lundquist JD, Cayan DR, Dettinger MD. Spring onset in the Sierra Nevada: When is snowmelt independent of elevation? Journal of Hydrometeorology. 5: 327-342. DOI: 10.1175/1525-7541(2004)005<0327:Soitsn>2.0.Co;2  0.8
2003 Lundquist JD, Cayan DR, Dettinger MD. Meteorology and hydrology in Yosemite National Park: A sensor network application Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 2634: 518-528.  0.8
2002 Lundquist JD, Cayan DR. Seasonal and spatial patterns in diurnal cycles in streamflow in the western United States Journal of Hydrometeorology. 3: 591-603. DOI: 10.1175/1525-7541(2002)003<0591:Saspid>2.0.Co;2  0.8
2002 Lundquist JD, Knowles N, Dettinger M, Cayan D. Snow, topography, and the diurnal cycle in streamflow Proceedings of the Western Snow Conference. 153-156.  0.8
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