Janet Barclay




Doctoral Student

Office: Klinck 101
Email: janet.barclay@uconn.edu
Advisor: Ashley Helton

Websites:
janetbarclay.weebly.com

Google Scholar Profile: Janet Rice Barclay

Research Interests: Nutrient Cycling, Hydrologic Modeling, Fate and Transport of Nutrients and other Contaminants, Groundwater-Surface Water Interactions

Publications:
  1. Barclay, J.R., H. Tripp, C. Bellucci, G. Warner, A. M. Helton.  Do water body classifications predict water quality? Journal of Environmental Management, 183 (2016), 1-12. [doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2016.08.071]
  2. Dreiss L.M., J.M. Hessenauer, L. R. Nathan, K.M. O’Connor, M.R. Liberati, D.P. Kloster, J.R. Barclay, A.T. Morzillo, J.C. Vokoun. Interdisciplinary perceptions of adaptive management as an effective strategy for natural resources management. (in press)
  3. Dreiss, L., D. Kloster, M. Liberati, J. Barclay, J. Hessenauer, L. Nathan, K. O’Connor, J. Vokoun. Introducing Adaptive Management for Natural Resources: An Estuary Case Study. Natural Sciences Education, (2015). [doi: 10.4195/nse2015.0023]
  4. Barclay, J.R., T.R. Anderson, J.A. Archibald, M.T. Walter. Modeling Denitrification Across an Agricultural Catchment in Central New York, Sustainability of Water Quality and Ecology, 5 (2015), 49-63. [doi: 10.1016/j.swaqe.2014.12.007]
  5. Barclay, J.R., M.T. Walter. Modeling Denitrification in a Changing Climate. Sustainability of Water Quality and Ecology, 5 (2015), 64-76. [doi: 10.1016/j.swaqe.2014.12.006]
  6. Barclay, J.R. (2013) Modeling Denitrification Across an Agricultural Catchment in a Changing Climate (Master Thesis).  Cornell University. Ithaca, NY.
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