Publications

In Review or Revision

L. G. Larsen and C. Woelfle-Erskine**. Groundwater is key to salmonid survival and recruitment in intermittent mediterranean-climate streams. In review, Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, October 2017.

Drummond, J., L. Larsen, R. Gonzalez-Pinzon, A. Packman, and J. Harvey. Stream restoration decreases fine particle retention within the hyporheic zone of urban streams. In review, Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, October 2017.

Getz, W. M., C. R. Marshall, C. J. Carlson, L. Giuggioli, S. J. Ryan, C. Boettiger, S. D. Chamberlain, L. G. Larsen, P. D’Odorico, D. O’Sullivan, and S. S. Romañach. Making ecosystems models adequate. In revision for Ecology Letters, 2017.

Levy, M. C.**, A. van Lopes, A. Cohn, L. G. Larsen, and S. E. Thompson. Land use change increases streamflow across the arc of deforestation in Brazil. In review at Nature Sustainability, September 2017.

Dietze, M. C., A. Fox, L. Beck-Johnson, J. L. Betancourt, M. B. Hooten, C. S. Jarnevich, T. H. Keitt, M. A. Kenney, C. M. Laney, L. G. Larsen, H. W. Loescher, C. K. Lunch, B. Pijanowski, J. T. Randerson, E. K. Read, A. T. Tredennick, R. Vargas, K. C. Weathers, and E. P. White. Iterative near-term ecological forecasting: Needs, opportunities, and challenges. Revision submitted to Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., Sep. 2017.

Rinderer, M., G. A. Ali, and L. G. Larsen. Assessing structural and functional hydrologic connectivity with brain neuroscience methods: state-of-the-art and research directions. Submitted to Earth-Science Reviews, July 2017.

Kominoski, J.S., J.S. Rehage, W.T. Anderson, R. Boecek, H. Briceño, M. Bush, T. Dreschel, M. Heithaus, R. Jaffé, L. Larsen, P. Matich, C. McVoy, A. Rosenblatt, T. Troxler. Ecosystem fragmentation and connectivity: legacies and future implications of a restored Everglades. In Gaiser, E., D. Childers, and L. Ogden, Eds. The Coastal Everglades: The Dynamics of Social-Ecological Transformation in the South Florida Landscape. Oxford University Press, Cambridge, UK. Submitted 2015. Still awaiting reviews.

In Press

Larsen, L., J. Ma*, and D. Kaplan. 2017. How important is connectivity for surface-water fluxes? A generalized expression for flow through heterogeneous landscapes. Geophysical Research Letters, in press, doi: 10.1002/2017GL075432. Link

Larsen, L. G. and J. W. Harvey. 2017. Disrupted carbon cycling in restored and unrestored urban streams: Critical timescales and controls. Limnology and Oceanography, in press, doi: 10.1002/lno.10613. Link

Published

Tennant, C. J.***, A. A. Harpold, K. A. Lohse, S. E. Godsey, B. T. Crosby, L. G. Larsen, P. D. Brooks, and R. W. Van Kirk. 2017. Regional sensitivities of seasonal snow cover to elevation, aspect, and vegetation structure in western North America. Water Resources Research, 53, doi: 10.1002/2016WR019374. Link

Larsen, L. G., S. Newman, C. Saunders, and J. W. Harvey. 2017. Complex networks of functional connectivity in a wetland reconnected to its floodplain. Water Resources Research, 53, doi: 10.1002/2017WR020375. Link

Drummond, J.D., L. G. Larsen, R. González-Pinzón, A. I. Packman, and J. W. Harvey, 2017. Fine particle retention within stream storage areas at baseflow and in response to a storm event. Water Resources Research, 53, doi: 10.1002/2016WR020202. Link

Woelfle-Erskine, C.**, L. G. Larsen, and S. M. Carlson. 2017. Abiotic habitat thresholds for salmonid over-summer survival in intermittent streams. Ecosphere, 8(2), e01645. doi:10.1002/ecs1645. Link

Knapp, J.L.A., R. González-Pinzón, J. D. Drummond, L. G. Larsen, O. A. Cirpka, and J. W. Harvey. 2017. Tracer-based characterization of hyporheic exchange and benthic biolayers in streams. Water Resources Research, 52(2), 1575-1594, doi:10.1002/2016WR019393. Link

Ackerly, D. D., S. M. Carlson, C. J. Donlong, L. G. Larsen, and R. M. Sauvajot. Edited by M. F. Oldfather, K. J. Easterday, M. J. Raboin, and K. J. Scheckel. 2017. Strategic conversation: Stewardship of parks in a changing world. pp. 212-222 in S. R. Beissinger, D. D. Ackerly, H. Doremus, and G. E. Machlis (Eds.) Science, Conservation, and National Parks, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL.

Yurek, S., D. L. DeAngelis, J. C. Trexler, J. A. Klassen, and L. G. Larsen. 2016. Persistence and diversity of directional landscape connectivity improves biomass pulsing in simulations of expanding and contracting wetlands. Ecological Complexity, 28, doi: 10.1016/j.ecocomp.2016.08.004. Link

Larsen, L. G., M.B. Eppinga, P. Passalacqua, W. M. Getz, K. A. Rose, and M. Liang. 2016. Appropriate complexity landscape modeling. Earth-Science Reviews, 160, 111-130. doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2016.06.016. Link

Larsen, L., L. Hajek, K. Maher, C. Paola, D. Merritts, T. Bralower, I. Montanez, S. Wing, N. Snyder, M. Hochella, L. R. Kump, and M. Person. 2015. Taking the pulse of Earth’s surface systems. Eos, 96, doi:10.1029/2015EO040525Link

Yuan, J., M. Cohen, D. Kaplan, S. Acharya, L. Larsen, and M. Nungesser. 2015. Linking metrics of landscape pattern to hydrological process in a lotic wetland. Landscape Ecology, 30, 1893-1912. Link

Larsen, L., J. Harvey, K. Skalak, and M. Goodman*, 2015. Fluorescence-based source tracking of organic sediment in restored and unrestored urban streams. Limnology and Oceanography, 16, 1439-1461. Link

Larsen, L. G., J. W. Harvey, and M. M. Maglio. 2015. Mechanisms of nutrient retention and its relation to flow connectivity in river-floodplain corridors. Freshwater Science 34(1), 187-205. Link

Larsen, L. G., C. Thomas, M. Eppinga, and T. Coulthard. 2014. Using exploratory modeling to extract causality from complexity. Eos 95(32) 285-292. Link

Larsen, L. G., J. W. Harvey, and M. Maglio. 2014. Dynamic hyporheic exchange at intermediate timescales: testing the relative importance of evapotranspiration and flood pulses. Water Resources Research 50(1), 318-335. Link

Ho, D. T., S. Ferrón, V. C. Engel, L. G. Larsen, and J. G. Barr. 2014. Air-water gas exchange and CO2 flux in a mangrove-dominated estuary. Geophysical Research Letters 41(1), 108-113, doi:10.1002/2013GL058785. Link

Larsen, L. G., J. Choi, M. K. Nungesser, and J. W. Harvey. 2012. Directional connectivity in hydrology and ecology. Ecological Applications 22:2204-2220. Link

Harvey, J. W., J. D. Drummond, R. L. Martin, L. E. McPhillips, A. I. Packman, D. J. Jerolmack, S. H. Stonedahl, A. F. Aubeneau, A. H. Sawyer, L. G. Larsen, and C. R. Tobias. 2012. Hydrogeomorphology of the hyporheic zone: Stream solute and fine particle interactions with mobile bedforms and floods. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, G00N11, doi:10.1029/2012JG002043. Link

Cawley, K., K. D. Butler, G. R. Aiken, L. G. Larsen, T. G. Huntington, and D. M. McKnight. 2012. Identifying fluorescent pulp mill effluent in the Gulf of Maine and its watershed. Marine Pollution Bulletin 64:1678-1687. Link

Larsen, L., N. Aumen, C. Bernhardt, V. Engel, T. Givnish, S. Hagerthey, J. Harvey, L. Leonard, P. McCormick, C. McVoy, G. Noe, M. Nungesser, K. Rutchey, F. Sklar, T. Troxler, J. Volin, and D. Willard. 2011. Recent and historic drivers of landscape change in the Everglades ridge, slough, and tree island mosaic. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 41(S1):344-381. Link

Larsen, L. G. and J. W. Harvey, 2011. Modeling of hydroecological feedbacks predicts distinct classes of wetland channel pattern and process that influence ecological function and restoration potential. Geomorphology 126: 279-296. Link

Harvey, J. W., G. B. Noe, L. G. Larsen, D. J. Nowacki, and L. E. McPhillips, 2011. Field flume reveals aquatic vegetation’s role in sediment and particulate phosphorus transport in a shallow aquatic ecosystem. Geomorphology 126: 297-313. Link

Wheaton, J. M., C. Gibbins, J. Wainwright, L. Larsen, and B. McElroy, 2011. Preface: Multiscale feedbacks in ecogeomorphology. Geomorphology 126: 265-268Link

L. Larsen, S. Moseman, A. Santoro, K. Hopfensperger, and A. Burgin. 2010. A complex-systems approach to predicting effects of sea level rise and nitrogen loading on nitrogen cycling in coastal wetland ecosystems. Pages 67-92 in P.F. Kemp[Ed.]. Eco-DAS VIII Symposium Proceedings. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, doi:10.4319/ecodas.2010.978-0-9845591-1-4.67. Download

Larsen, L. G. and J. W. Harvey, 2010. How vegetation and sediment transport feedbacks drive landscape change in the Everglades and wetlands worldwide. The American Naturalist 176(3), E66-E79. Link

Larsen, L.G., G. R. Aiken, J. W. Harvey, G.B. Noe, and J. P. Crimaldi, 2010. Using fluorescence spectroscopy to trace seasonal DOM dynamics, disturbance effects, and hydrologic transport in the Florida Everglades. Journal of Geophysical Research 115, G03001,doi: 10.1029/2009JG001140. Link

Noe, G. B., J. W. Harvey, R. W. Schaffranek, and L. G. Larsen, 2010. Controls of suspended sediment concentration, nutrient content, and transport in a subtropical wetland. Wetlands 30:39-54Link

Larsen, L. G., J. W. Harvey, and J. P. Crimaldi, 2009c. Prediction of bed shear stresses and its role in sediment dynamics and landscape restoration potential of the Everglades and other vegetated flow systems. Ecological Engineering 35, 1773-1785. Link

Harvey, J.W., R.W. Schaffranek, G.B. Noe, L.G. Larsen, D. Nowacki, and B.L. O’Connor, 2009. Hydro-ecological factors governing surface-water flow on a low-gradient floodplain. Water Resources Research 45, W03421, doi:10.1029/2008WR007129. Link

Larsen, L. G., J. W. Harvey, and J. P. Crimaldi, 2009b. Morphologic and transport properties of natural organic floc, Water Resources Research 45, W01410, doi:10.1029/2008WR006990. Link

Larsen, L.G., J.W. Harvey, G. B. Noe, and J. P. Crimaldi, 2009a. Predicting organic floc transport dynamics in shallow aquatic ecosystems: Insights from the field, the laboratory, and numerical modeling, Water Resources Research 45, W01411, doi:10.1029/2008WR007221. Link

Larsen, L.G., J.W. Harvey, and J.P. Crimaldi, 2007. A delicate balance: ecohydrological feedbacks governing landscape morphology in a lotic peatland, Ecological Monographs 77(4), 591-614Link

Larsen, L.G. and J.P. Crimaldi, 2006. The effect of photobleaching on PLIF (planar laser-induced fluorescence),  Experiments in  Fluids 41(5), 803-812. Link

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