Du, E.*, T. E. Link, J. A. Gravelle*, and J. A. Hubbart*. (2013). Validation and sensitivity of the Distributed Hydrology Soil-Vegetation Model (DHSVM) in a forested mountain watershed. published online. Hydrological Processes. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10110.
Saito, L., T. E. Link, A. Fernald, and L. Kohne. 2013. Lessons learned from teaching an inter-institutional graduate course on interdisciplinary modeling for water-related issues and changing climate. Journal of Contemporary Water Resources Education. v. 152, 4-13.
Heinse, R. and T. E. Link. (in press). Vadose zone processes: a compendium of and case study for teaching interdisciplinary modeling. Journal of Contemporary Water Resources Education.
Tinkham, W. T.*, Smith, A. M. S., Marshall, H-P., Link, T. E., Falkowski, M. J. and Winstral, A. H. 2014. Finding snow in the mountains: Using LiDAR to quantify snow volume in heterogeneous landscapes. Remote Sensing of the Environment. v. 141, 105-115. DOI:10.1016/j.rse.2013.10.021.
Seyednasrollah, B.*, M. Kumar, and T. E. Link. 2013. On the role of tree density on net radiation on the forest floor. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. v. 118 n. 15, 8359-8374. DOI:10.1002/jgrd.50575.
Tinkham, W. T.*, C. M. Hoffman, M. J. Falkowski, A. M. S. Smith, H-P. Marshall, and T. E. Link. 2013. A methodology to characterize vertical accuracies in lidar-derived products at landscape scales. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing. v. 79, n. 8, 709-716.
Wei, L.*, J. D. Marshall, T. E. Link, K. L. Kavanagh, E. Du*, R. E. Pangle*, P. J. Gag*, and N. Ubierna*. 2013. Constraining 3-PG with a new δ13C sub-model: a test using the δ13C of tree rings. Plant, Cell, and Environment. DOI: 10.1111/pce.12133
Ellis, C. R.*, J. W. Pomeroy, and T. E. Link. 2013. Modeling increases in snowmelt yield and desynchronization resulting from forest gap-thinning treatments in a northern mountain headwater basin. Water Resources Research. v. 49, 1-14, DOI :10.1002/wrcr.20089. WRR featured article.
Meromy, L.*, N. P. Molotch, T. E. Link, S. R. Fassnacht, and R. Rice. 2013. Subgrid variability of snow water equivalent at operational snow stations in the western USA. Hydrological Processes. v. 27, 2383–2400, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.9355.
Kumar, M., R. Wang, and T. E. Link. 2012. Effects of more extreme precipitation regimes on maximum seasonal snow water equivalent. Geophysical Research Letters. DOI:10.1029/2012GL052972.
Reba, M. L.*, D. Marks, T. E. Link, J. W. Pomeroy, and A. Winstral. 2012. Sensitivity of model parameterizations for simulated latent heat flux at the snow surface for complex mountain sites. Hydrological Processes. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.9619.
Reba, M. L.*, J. W. Pomeroy, D. Marks, and T. E. Link. 2012. Estimating surface sublimation losses from snowpacks in a mountain catchment using eddy covariance and turbulent transfer calculations. Hydrological Processes. v. 26, 3699-3711. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.8372.
Koeniger, P., J. D. Marshall, T. E. Link, and A. Mulch. 2011. An inexpensive, fast, and reliable method for vacuum extraction of soil and plant water for stable isotope analyses. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. v. 25, 3041-3048. doi: 10.1002/rcm.5198.
Hubbart, J. A.*, T. E. Link, and W. Elliot. 2011. Strategies to improve WEPP snowmelt simulations in mountainous terrain. Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers. v. 54, n. 4, 1-13.
Molotch, N. P., P. D. Blanken, and T. E. Link. 2011. Snow: Hydrological and ecological feedbacks in forests. in: Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry, Delphis F. Levia, Darryl Carlyle-Moses, and Tadashi Tanaka (eds.), Synthesis of Past Research and Future Directions Series: Ecological Studies, Vol. 216, Springer, New York, 740 pp. ISBN: 978-94-007-1362-8.
Lawler, R. R.* and T. E. Link. 2011. Quantification of incoming all-wave radiation in discontinuous forest canopies with application to snowmelt prediction. Hydrological Processes. doi: 10.1002/hyp.8150.
Reba M. L.*, D. G. Marks, A. Winstral*, T. E. Link, and M. Kumar. 2011. Sensitivity of the snowcover energetics in a mountain basin to variations in climate, Hydrological Processes. doi: 10.1002/hyp.8155.
Tinkham, W.*, H. Huang*, A. M. S. Smith, R. Shrestha, M. J. Falkowski, A. T. Hudak, T. E. Link, N. F. Glenn, and D. G. Marks. 2011. A comparison of two open source LiDAR surface filtering algorithms. Remote Sensing, v. 3, 638-649. doi: 10.3390/rs3030638.
Ellis, C.R.*, J. W. Pomeroy, R. L. H. Essery, and T. E. Link. 2011. Effects of needleleaf forest cover on radiation and snowmelt dynamics in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 41(3), pp. 608-20. doi:10.1139/X10-227.
Chauvin, G. M.*, G. N. Flerchinger, T. E. Link, D. Marks, A. H. Winstral*, and M. S. Seyfried. 2011. Long-term water balance and conceptual model of a semi-arid mountainous catchment, Journal of Hydrology, 400, pp. 133-43. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2011.01.031.
Ice, G. G., G. W. Brown, J. A. Gravelle*, C. R. Jackson, J. T. Light, T. E. Link, D. J. Martin, D. McGreer, and A. Skaugset. 2010. Discussion: "Stream Temperature Relationships to Forest Harvest in Western Washington" by Michael M. Pollock, Timothy J. Beechie, Martin Liermann, and Richard E. Bigley. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 1-5, doi: 10.1111⁄j.1752- 1688.2010.00441.x.
Gravelle*, J. A., T. E. Link, J. Broglio* and J. Braatne. 2009. Effects of timber harvest on aquatic macroinvertebrate community composition in a northern Idaho watershed. Forest Science. v. 55, n. 4, 352-366.
Reba, M. L.*, T. E. Link, D. Marks, and J. Pomeroy. 2009. An assessment of corrections for eddy covariance measured turbulent fluxes over snow in mountain environments. Water Resources Research, 45, W00D38, doi:10.1029/2008WR007045.
Koeniger, P., C. Liebendgut, T. E. Link, and J. D. Marshall. 2009. Stable isotopes used as applied water tracers in column and field studies. Journal of Organic Geochemistry. published online. doi:10.1016/j.orggeochem.2009.07.006
Pomeroy, J. W., D. Marks, T. E. Link, C. Ellis*, J. Hardy, A. Rowlands, and Raoul Granger. 2009. The impact of coniferous forest temperature on incoming longwave radiation to melting snow. Hydrological Processes. published online. doi: 10.1002/hyp.7325.
Reba, M.*, D. Marks, T. Link, J. Pomeroy. 2009. Inter-annual comparison of measured turbulent fluxes over snow at a wind-sheltered and wind-exposed site using eddy covariance. In: IAHS Press, Center for Ecology and Hydrology, Wallingford, Oxfordshire.
Gravelle, J. A.*, G. Ice, T. E. Link, and D. Cook. 2009. Nutrient concentration patterns in a northern Idaho watershed before and after timber harvest. Forest Ecology and Management. v. 257, 1663-1675.
Marks, D., M. Reba*, J. Pomeroy, T. E. Link, A. Winstral*, G. Flerchinger and K. Elder. 2008. Comparing simulated and measured sensible and latent heat fluxes over snow under a pine canopy to improve an energy balance snowmelt model. Journal of Hydrometeorology, v. 9, 1506-1522.
Pomeroy, J. P., Rowlands, A., Hardy, J. P., Link. T. E., Marks, D., Essery, R., Sicart, J. E., and Ellis, C.* 2008. Spatial variability of shortwave irradiance for snowmelt in forests. Journal of Hydrometeorology, v. 9, 1482-1490.
Essery, R., J. Pomeroy, C. Ellis*, and T. E. Link. 2008. Modelling longwave radiation to snow beneath forest canopies using hemispherical photography or linear regression. Hydrological Processes. v. 22, 2788-2800. doi: 10.1002/hyp.6930.
Essery, R., P. Bunting, J. Hardy, T. Link, D. Marks, R. Melloh, J. Pomeroy, A. Rowlands, and N. Rutter. 2008. Radiative transfer modelling of a coniferous canopy characterized by airborne remote sensing. Journal of Hydrometeorology, v. 9, 228-241.
Koeniger, P., J. A. Hubbart, T. E. Link, and J. D. Marshall. 2008. Isotopic variation of snow cover and streamflow in response to changes in canopy structure in a snow-dominated mountain catchment. Hydrological Processes. Published online in Wiley InterScience (www.interscience.wiley.com). DOI: 10.1002/hyp.6967.
Gravelle, J. A.*, and T. E. Link. 2007. Influence of timber harvesting on water temperatures in a northern Idaho watershed. Forest Science, v. 53, n. 2, 189-205.
Hubbart, J. A.*, T. E. Link, J.A. Gravelle*, and W. J. Elliot. 2007. Timber Harvest Impacts on Hydrologic Yield in the Continental/Maritime Hydroclimatic Region of the U. S. Forest Science, v. 53, n. 2, 169-180.
Hubbart, J. A.*, K. L. Kavanagh, R. Pangle*, T. E. Link, A. Schotzko*. 2007. Cold air drainage and modeled nocturnal leaf water potential in complex forested terrain. Tree Physiology, v. 27, 631-639.
Pomeroy, J. W., D. S. Bewley*, R. L. H. Essery, N. R. Hedstrom, T. E. Link, R. J. Granger, J. E. Sicart, C. R. Ellis*, J. R. Janowicz, 2006. Shrub tundra snowmelt. Hydrological Processes. v. 20, 923-941.
Covert, S. A.*, P. R. Robichaud, W. J. Elliot, and T. E. Link. 2005. Evaluation of runoff prediction from WEPP-based erosion models for harvested and burned forest watersheds. Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. v. 48, n. 3, 1091-1100.
Pypker, T. G.*, B. J. Bond, T. E. Link, D. Marks, M. H. Unsworth. 2005. The importance of canopy structure in controlling the interception loss and spatial distribution of rainfall: Examples from young and old-growth Douglas-fir forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. v. 130, 113-129.
Hubbart, J. A.*, T. E. Link, and C. Campbell, and D. Cobos. 2005. An evaluation of a low-cost air temperature measurement system. Hydrological Processes, v. 19, 1517-1523.
Link, T. E., D. Marks, and J. P. Hardy. 2004. A deterministic method to characterize canopy radiative transfer properties. Hydrological Processes, v. 18, 3583-3594.
Hardy, J.P., R. Melloh, D. Marks, G. Koenig, A. Winstral, J. Pomeroy, and T. E. Link. 2004. Solar radiation transmission through conifer canopies. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, v. 126, 257-270.
Sicart, J. E., J. W. Pomeroy, R. L. H. Essery, J. P. Hardy, T. E. Link, D. Marks. 2004. A sensitivity study of daytime net radiation during snowmelt to forest canopy and atmospheric conditions. Journal of Hydrometeorology, v. 5, 774-784.
Keim, R. F., A. Skaugset, T. E. Link, and A Iroumé. 2004. A stochastic model of temporal throughfall. Hydrology and Earth Systems Science, v. 8, n. 1, 23-34. (Invited paper)
Link, T. E., M. H. Unsworth and D. Marks. 2004. The dynamics of rainfall interception by a seasonal temperate rainforest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, v. 124, pp. 171-191.
Unsworth, M. H., N. Phillips, T. E. Link, B. Bond, M. Falk, M. Harmon, T. Hinckley, D. Marks, and K-T. Paw U. 2004. Components and controls of water flux in an old growth Douglas fir/western hemlock ecosystem. Ecosystems, v. 7, 468-481.
Marks, D., T. E. Link, A. Winstral, and D. Garen. 2001. Simulating snowmelt processes during rain-on-snow over a semi-arid mountain basin. Annals of Glaciology, v. 32, 195-202.
Link, T. E. and D. Marks. 1999. Point simulation of seasonal snowcover dynamics beneath boreal forest canopies. Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 104, n. D22, pp. 27,841-27,857.
Link, T. E. and D. Marks. 1999. Distributed simulation of snowcover mass- and energy-balance in the boreal forest. Hydrological Processes, v. 13, n. 14/15, pp. 2439-2452.
Marks, D., J. Domingo, D. Susong, T. E. Link, and D. Garen. 1999. A spatially distributed energy balance snowmelt model for application in mountain basins. Hydrological Processes, v. 13, n. 12/13, pp. 1935-1959.
Marks, D., J. Kimball, D. Tingey, and T. E. Link. 1998. The sensitivity of snowmelt processes to climate conditions and forest cover during rain-on-snow: A case study of the 1996 Pacific Northwest flood. Hydrological Processes, v. 12, n. 10/11, pp. 1569-1588.
Davis, A., T. E. Link, K. Baugh, R. Witham, and G. Eaton. 1996. Stabilization of lead in acidic mine filtercake by addition of alkaline tailings. Journal of Environmental Quality v. 25, n. 5, pp. 1077-1082.
Link, T. E., M. V. Ruby, A. Davis, and A. D. Nicholson. 1994. Soil lead mineralogy by microprobe: An interlaboratory comparison. Environmental Science and Technology v. 28, n. 5, pp. 985-988.
Ruby, M. V., A. Davis, T. E. Link, R. Schoof, R. L. Chaney, G. B. Freeman, and P. D. Bergstrom. 1993. Development of an in vitro screening test to evaluate the in vivo bioaccessibility of ingested mine-waste lead. Environmental Science and Technology, v. 27, n. 13, pp. 2870-2877.