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keith schilling
Research Scientist, Iowa Geological Survey, University of Iowa
Verified email at uiowa.edu
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Increasing streamflow and baseflow in Mississippi River since the 1940 s: Effect of land use change
YK Zhang, KE Schilling
Journal of Hydrology 324 (1-4), 412-422, 2006
4622006
Impact of land use and land cover change on the water balance of a large agricultural watershed: Historical effects and future directions
KE Schilling, MK Jha, YK Zhang, PW Gassman, CF Wolter
Water Resources Research 44 (7), 2008
4412008
A simple approach to distinguish land-use and climate-change effects on watershed hydrology
MD Tomer, KE Schilling
Journal of hydrology 376 (1-2), 24-33, 2009
3672009
Baseflow contribution to nitrate-nitrogen export from a large, agricultural watershed, USA
K Schilling, YK Zhang
Journal of Hydrology 295 (1-4), 305-316, 2004
2352004
INCREASED BASEFLOW IN IOWA OVER THE SECOND HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURY1
KE Schilling, RD Libra
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 39 (4), 851-860, 2003
2082003
Effects of land cover on water table, soil moisture, evapotranspiration, and groundwater recharge: a field observation and analysis
YK Zhang, KE Schilling
Journal of Hydrology 319 (1-4), 328-338, 2006
2002006
Quantifying the effect of land use land cover change on increasing discharge in the Upper Mississippi River
KE Schilling, KS Chan, H Liu, YK Zhang
Journal of Hydrology 387 (3-4), 343-345, 2010
1852010
The relationship of nitrate concentrations in streams to row crop land use in Iowa
KE Schilling, RD Libra
Journal of Environmental Quality 29 (6), 1846-1851, 2000
1832000
Effects of subsurface drainage tiles on streamflow in Iowa agricultural watersheds: Exploratory hydrograph analysis
KE Schilling, M Helmers
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 22 (23), 4497-4506, 2008
1762008
A critical review on the potential impacts of neonicotinoid insecticide use: current knowledge of environmental fate, toxicity, and implications for human health
DA Thompson, HJ Lehmler, DW Kolpin, ML Hladik, JD Vargo, ...
Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 22 (6), 1315-1346, 2020
1442020
Effects of watershed‐scale land use change on stream nitrate concentrations
KE Schilling, J Spooner
Journal of Environmental Quality 35 (6), 2132-2145, 2006
1432006
Rating curve estimation of nutrient loads in Iowa rivers
GA Stenback, WG Crumpton, KE Schilling, MJ Helmers
Journal of Hydrology 396 (1-2), 158-169, 2011
1122011
Contribution of base flow to nonpoint source pollution loads in an agricultural watershed
KE Schilling, CF Wolter
Groundwater 39 (1), 49-58, 2001
1112001
Modeling nitrate-nitrogen load reduction strategies for the Des Moines River, Iowa using SWAT
KE Schilling, CF Wolter
Environmental management 44 (4), 671-682, 2009
1102009
The potential for agricultural land use change to reduce flood risk in a large watershed
KE Schilling, PW Gassman, CL Kling, T Campbell, MK Jha, CF Wolter, ...
Hydrological processes 28 (8), 3314-3325, 2014
1072014
Targeting land-use change for nitrate-nitrogen load reductions in an agricultural watershed
MK Jha, KE Schilling, PW Gassman, CF Wolter
Journal of soil and water conservation 65 (6), 342-352, 2010
1032010
Water table fluctuations near an incised stream, Walnut Creek, Iowa
KE Schilling, YK Zhang, P Drobney
Journal of Hydrology 286 (1-4), 236-248, 2004
1032004
Chemical transport from paired agricultural and restored prairie watersheds
KE Schilling
Journal of Environmental Quality 31 (4), 1184-1193, 2002
1002002
Assessment of total maximum daily load implementation strategies for nitrate impairment of the Raccoon River, Iowa
MK Jha, CF Wolter, KE Schilling, PW Gassman
Journal of Environmental Quality 39 (4), 1317-1327, 2010
942010
Temporal scaling of hydraulic head and river base flow and its implication for groundwater recharge
YK Zhang, K Schilling
Water Resources Research 40 (3), 2004
932004
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