Sarah Praskievicz
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A review of hydrological modelling of basin-scale climate change and urban development impacts
S Praskievicz, H Chang
Progress in Physical Geography 33 (5), 650-671, 2009
2662009
Impacts of climate change and urban development on water resources in the Tualatin River Basin, Oregon
S Praskievicz, H Chang
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 101 (2), 249-271, 2011
922011
Identifying the relationships between urban water consumption and weather variables in Seoul, Korea
S Praskievicz, H Chang
Physical Geography 30 (4), 324-337, 2009
852009
Frost for the trees: Did climate increase erosion in unglaciated landscapes during the late Pleistocene?
JA Marshall, JJ Roering, PJ Bartlein, DG Gavin, DE Granger, AW Rempel, ...
Science advances 1 (10), e1500715, 2015
692015
Sensitivity of urban water consumption to weather and climate variability at multiple temporal scales: The case of Portland, Oregon
H Chang, S Praskievicz, H Parandvash
International Journal of Geospatial and Environmental Research 1 (1), 7, 2014
622014
Hydrologic modeling using elevationally adjusted NARR and NARCCAP regional climate-model simulations: Tucannon River, Washington
S Praskievicz, P Bartlein
Journal of Hydrology 517, 803-814, 2014
292014
A New Era of Big Infrastructure?(Re) developing Water Storage in the US West in the Context of Climate Change and Environmental Regulation.
DM Perry, SJ Praskievicz
Water Alternatives 10 (2), 2017
282017
Impacts of projected climate changes on streamflow and sediment transport for three snowmelt‐dominated rivers in the interior Pacific Northwest
S Praskievicz
River Research and Applications 32 (1), 4-17, 2016
242016
Featured collection introduction: national water model
S Cohen, S Praskievicz, DR Maidment
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 54 (4), 767-769, 2018
212018
Winter precipitation intensity and ENSO/PDO variability in the Willamette Valley of Oregon
S Praskievicz, H Chang
International Journal of Climatology: A Journal of the Royal Meteorological …, 2009
212009
Sensitivity of urban flood simulations to stormwater infrastructure and soil infiltration
AH Anni, S Cohen, S Praskievicz
Journal of Hydrology 588, 125028, 2020
172020
A coupled hierarchical modeling approach to simulating the geomorphic response of river systems to anthropogenic climate change
S Praskievicz
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 40 (12), 1616-1630, 2015
122015
Modeling hillslope sediment yield using rainfall simulator field experiments and partial least squares regression: Cahaba River watershed, Alabama (USA)
S Praskievicz
Environmental Earth Sciences 75 (19), 1-15, 2016
82016
The myth of abundance: water resources in humid regions
S Praskievicz
Water Policy 21 (5), 1065-1080, 2019
72019
Unsupervised hydrologic classification of rivers: Watershed controls on natural and anthropogenic flow regimes, Alabama, USA
S Praskievicz, C Luo
Hydrological Processes 33 (8), 1231-1244, 2019
72019
River classification as a geographic tool in the age of big data and global change
S Praskievicz
Geographical Review 108 (1), 120-137, 2018
72018
Evaluation of low-flow metrics as environmental instream flow standards during long-term average and 2016 drought conditions: Tombigbee River Basin, Alabama and Mississippi, USA
S Praskievicz, C Luo, B Bearden, A Ernest
Water Policy 20 (6), 1240-1255, 2018
52018
Downscaling climate-model output in mountainous terrain using local topographic lapse rates for hydrologic modeling of climate-change impacts
S Praskievicz
Physical Geography 39 (2), 99-117, 2018
52018
Assessment of flow–ecology relationships for environmental flow standards: a synthesis focused on the southeast USA
S Praskievicz, C Luo
Hydrological Sciences Journal 65 (4), 571-582, 2020
42020
Using Steady‐State Backwater Analysis to Predict Inundated Area from National Water Model Streamflow Simulations
A Shastry, R Egbert, F Aristizabal, C Luo, CW Yu, S Praskievicz
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 55 (4), 940-951, 2019
42019
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