Publications:

Benettin, P., Volkmann, T., von Freyberg, J., Frentress, J., Penna, D., Dawson, T., and J. Kirchner. 2018. ‘Effects of climatic seasonality on the isotopic composition of evaporating soil waters’. Accepted. https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-2018-40

Thoma, M., Frentress, J., Tagliavini, M., and Scandellari, F. 2018. ‘Suitability of Pore Water Samplers to Collect Soil Water for Stable Isotope Analysis’. Isotopes in Environmental & Health Studies. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies. DOI: 10.1080/10256016.2018.1437034.

Frentress, J., Scaini, A., Penna, D., Engel, M., Scandellari, F., Zanotelli, D., Tagliavini, M., and Comiti, F. 2018. Water use and ecohydrological dynamics in Alpine apple orchards: an environmental tracer approach (in Italian). Quaderni di Idronomia Montana (Annals of Mountain Hydrology). In press.

Glaser, B., Klaus, J., Frei, S., Frentress, J., Pfister, L. and Hopp, L. 2016. ‘On the value of surface saturated area dynamics mapped with thermal infrared imagery for modeling the hillslope-riparian-stream continuum: Validation of modelled surface saturation’. Water Resources Research. 52:10 8317-8342.

Martínez-Carreras, N., Wetzel, C., Frentress, J., Ector, L., McDonnell, J., Hoffmann, L., and Pfister, L. 2015. ‘Hydrological connectivity as indicated by transport of diatoms through the riparian–stream system’, Hydrologic and Earth Systems Science 19:7 3133-3151.

Coles, A., Wetzel, C., Martínez-Carreras, N., Ector, L., McDonnell, J., Frentress, J., Klaus, J., Hoffmann L., and Pfister, L. 2015. ‘Diatoms as a tracer of hydrological connectivity: are they supply limited?’, Ecohydrology http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/eco.1662.

Gu, W., Shang, M., Zhai, S., Lu, J., Frentress, J., McDonnell, J., and Kendall, C. 2010. ‘The rainfall-runoff paradox from natural experimental catchments’, Advances in Water Science (Chinese), 21(4): 478-488.

Kilian, J., Frentress J., Klauda R., Becker A., and Stranko, S. 2009. ‘The Invasion of Procambarus clarkii (Decapoda: Cambaridae) into Maryland Streams Following Its Introduction in Outdoor Aquaculture Ponds’, Northeastern Naturalist 16(4): 655-663.

Xenopoulos, M., Lodge, D., Frentress, J., Kreps, T., Bridgham, S., Grossman, E., and Jackson, C. 2003. ‘Regional comparisons of watershed determinants of dissolved organic carbon in temperate lakes from the Upper Great Lakes region and selected regions globally’, Limnology & Oceanography 48(6), 2321-2334.

 

Book Chapters, Theses, Reports:

[Book Chapter] Pfister, L., Wetzel, C., Martínez-Carreras, N., Frentress, J. and Ector, L. 2015. ‘Documenting Connectivity of Hydrologic Flowpaths Using Terrestrial Diatoms and Thermal Infrared Imagery, Chapter 3 of Advances in Watershed Hydrology, edited by Tommaso Moramarco, Silva Barbetta, and Luca Broca. ISBN: 978-1-887201-85-8. 2015

[Book Chapter] Gu, W., Liu, J., Lu, J. and Frentress, J. 2013. ‘Current Challenges in Experimental Watershed Hydrology’, Chapter 12 of Current Perspectives in Contaminant Hydrology and Water Resources Sustainability, Dr. Paul Bradley (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-51-1046-0

[Thesis] Frentress, J. 2015. ‘The role of near-stream zones on flow, chemistry and isotopic composition at the headwater scale”, Oregon State University PhD Dissertation.

[Thesis] Frentress, J. 2011. ‘Stream DOC, nitrate, chloride and SUVA response to land use during winter baseflow conditions in sub-basins of the Willamette River Basin, OR’, Oregon State University MS Thesis.

[Report] Kilian, J., Stranko, S., and Frentress, J. 2006. ‘Aquatic Conservation Targets: prioritization of streams in need of restoration and protection and the assessment of stream conditions in 2005 Watershed Restoration Action Strategy (WRAS) watersheds: Deer Creek, Prettyboy Reservoir, Port Tobacco River, Miles River and Assawoman Bay’, Maryland Department of Natural Resources.