Publications & Presentations

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

05 Ross, M.R.V., Nippgen, F., Hassett, B. McGlynn, B.L. Bernhardt, E.S., Surface mining for coal creates landscapes with exceptionally high weathering rate, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, doi.org/10.1029/2017GB005798

04 Nippgen, F., M.R. Ross, B.L. McGlynn, E.S. Bernhardt (2017), Creating a more perennial problem? Mountaintop removal mining enhances and sustains saline baseflows of Appalachian watersheds, Environmental Science & Technology, doi:10.1021/acs.est.7b02288.

03 Nippgen, F., B. L. McGlynn, R. E. Emanuel, and J. M. Vose (2016), Watershed memory at the Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory: The effect of past precipitation and storage on hydrologic response, Water Resources Research, 52, doi:10.1002/2015WR018196.

02 Nippgen, F., B. L. McGlynn, and R. E. Emanuel (2015), The spatial and temporal evolution of contributing areas, Water Resources Research, 51, doi:10.1002/2014WR016719.

01 Nippgen, F., B.L. McGlynn, L.A. Marshall, R.E. Emanuel (2011), Landscape structure and climate influences on hydrologic response, Water Resources Research., 47, W12528, doi:10.1029/2011WR011161. *WRR Featured Article *Research spotlight, Eos, Vol. 93, No. 8, 21 February 2012

MANUSCRIPTS IN REVIEW OR IN REVISION

Singh, N.K., Emanuel, R.E., Nippgen, F., McGlynn, B.L., Miniat, C.F., Hierarchical Influences of shallow groundwater responses to storms in forested headwaters

ORAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

27 Nippgen, F., Ross, M.R.V., Bernhardt, E.S., McGlynn, B.L., Deconstructing the deconstruction of Appalachia: Mountaintop mining effects on hydrology across temporal and spatial scales, Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, New Orleans, December 2017.

26 Ross M.R.V., Nippgen, F., McGlynn, B.L., Bernhardt, E.S., Yesterday’s forest, tomorrow’s savannah? Legacies in the man-made mountains of Appalachia, Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, New Orleans, December 2017.

25 Ross M.R.V., Nippgen, F., McGlynn, B.L., Bernhardt, E.S., Disturb 1% of the land, generate 50% of the regional ion flux. Society for Freshwater Science, Raleigh, June 2017.

24 Nippgen, F., Ross, M.R.V., Bernhardt, E.S., McGlynn, B.L., Short and long-term effects of a large-scale critical zone disturbance on hydrologic response, UCOWR, Fort Collins, June 2017. *UCOWR Early Career Researcher Fellowship

23 Ross M.R.V., Nippgen, F., McGlynn, B.L., Bernhardt, E.S., Tracing disturbance impacts on water quantity and quality through a stream network. European Geophysical Union, Vienna, April 2017.

22 Brooks, A.C., Ross, M.R.V., Nippgen, F., Bernhardt, E.S., McGlynn, B.L., Old Mountains, New Nutrients: Mountaintop Mining’s Impact on Watershed Scale Nitrogen Export, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2016.

21 Nippgen F., Ross, M.R.V., Bernhardt, E.S., McGlynn, B.L., Mountaintop Removal Mining: From Ephemeral to Perennial Streams, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 2016, abstract ID H53J-05

20 Ross, M.R.V., Nippgen, F., Hassett, B., McGlynn, B.L., Bernhardt, E.S., Melting mountains of Appalachia: exceptionally high weathering rates in mined watersheds, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2016.

19 Ross M.R.V., Nippgen, F., McGlynn, B.L., Bernhardt, E.S., Contaminants in time and space: Mountaintop mining impacts on stream hydrology, biogeochemistry and macroinvertebrates. Society for Freshwater Sciences, Sacramento, May 2016.

18 Jencso K., McGlynn B.L., Nippgen, F., One hillslope does not a watershed make: Analysis of shallow subsurface flow thresholds across 30 hillslopes for six years. European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, April 2016. [Invited]

17 Ross M.R.V., Nippgen, F., McGlynn, B.L., Bernhardt, E.S., Geomorphic signals of the Anthropocene: Mountaintop Mining impacts on the morphology of Central Appalachia. American Association of Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting, San Francisco, March/April 2016.

16 Nippgen, F., M.R. Ross, B.L. McGlynn, E.S. Bernhardt, When Everything Changes: Mountaintop Mining Effects on Watershed Hydrology, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2015. Abstract ID H33K-05 [Invited]

15 Nippgen, F., B.L. McGlynn, and R.E. Emanuel, Watershed Ecohydrology: How Do Vegetation Patterns and Climate Affect Watershed Storage and Connectivity? American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2015. Abstract #H14C-08

14 C. Kelleher, B. McGlynn, K. Jencso, F. Nippgen, Linkages between hillslopes, riparian settings, and streamflow: a multi-year, multi-site characterization of spatiotemporal variability in Tenderfoot Creek Experimental Forest. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2015. Abstract #H42F-03

13 Ross, M.R., F. Nippgen, B.L. McGlynn, E.S. Bernhard, When everything changes: Watershed scale biogeochemical impacts of mountaintop mining, Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Baltimore, August 2015.

12 Ross, M.R., F. Nippgen, B.L. McGlynn, E.S. Bernhard, When everything changes: Catchment scale biogeochemical impacts of mountaintop mining, Gordon Research Conference on Catchment Science: Interactions of Hydrology, Biology & Geochemistry, Andover, NH, June 2015.

11 McGlynn, B.L., K.G. Jencso, F. Nippgen, C. Kelleher, R.E. Emanuel, T.J. Smith, L.A. Marshall, Moving from field observations of watershed structure, storage, and hydrologic connectivity to modeling conceptualizations. Gordon Research Conference on Catchment Science: Interactions of Hydrology, Biology & Geochemistry, Andover, NH, June 2015. [Invited]

10 McGlynn, B.L., K.G. Jencso, F. Nippgen, and R.E. Emanuel, On the role of spatial patterns of watershed storage in observed storage-discharge relationships. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2014. [Invited]

09 McGlynn, B.L., K.G. Jencso, F. Nippgen, R.E. Emanuel, T.J. Smith, and L.A. Marshall. Moving from field observations of watershed structure, storage, and hydrologic connectivity to new modeling conceptualizations) AGU Chapman Conference: Catchment Spatial Organization and Complex Behavior Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, Fall 2014 [Invited Plenary]

08 Nippgen, F., B.L. McGlynn, R.E. Emanuel, and J.M. Vose. The effects of climate variability on the rainfall runoff response of catchments from monthly to annual timescales, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2013, Abstract ID: H13N-01

07 McGlynn, B.L., F. Nippgen, K.G. Jencso, R.E. Emanuel. Spatial and temporal patterns of hydrologic connectivity between upland landscapes and stream networks. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2013. Abstract H43K-03. [Invited]

06 McGlynn, B.L., F. Nippgen, K.G. Jencso, R.E. Emanuel, and M.N. Gooseff. Spatial and temporal patterns of hydrologic connectivity between upland landscapes and stream networks. Section: Public Affairs. Eos Trans. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2012. Abstract [Invited]

05 McGlynn, B.L., K. Jencso, F. Nippgen, R. Emanuel, S. Carlson, T. Smith, and L. Marshall, Moving from field observations of catchment storage and hydrologic connectivity to new modeling conceptualizations. International Association for Hydrologic Sciences: Completion of the IAHS decade on Prediction in Ungauged Basins and the way ahead. Delft, N, October 2012. [Invited]

04 Nippgen, F., B.L. McGlynn, L.A. Marshall, and R.E. Emanuel, Spatial and temporal similarity analysis: Linking landscape structure and climate to hydrologic response, European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, April 2012, Abstract ID: EGU2012-14056

03 McGlynn, B.L., K.J. Jencso, F. Nippgen, S. Carlson, J. Mallard, T. Covino, R. Emanuel, L. Marshall, M. Gooseff, K. Bencala, and S. Wondzell, Climate & watershed structure effects on hydrologic connectivity & stream network influences on watershed signatures. Woo Lecture. Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, Alberta, CA, June 2012. [Invited].

02 Nippgen, F., Brian L. McGlynn, Lucy A. Marshall, and Ryan E. Emanuel, Landscape structure and climate influences on hydrologic response, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2011

01 Nippgen, F., B.L. McGlynn, L.A. Marshall, and R.E. Emanuel, What drives hydrologic response? The influence of topography and climate on Rocky Mountain catchments? 2011 meeting of the Montana section of the American Water Resources Association, Great Falls, MT, October 2011. [Student Presentation Award]

POSTER CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

13 Ross, M.R., F. Nippgen, B.L. McGlynn, and E.S. Bernhard: When everything changes: Catchment scale biogeochemical impacts of mountaintop mining, June 2015, Gordon Research Conference on Catchment Science: Interactions of Hydrology, Biology & Geochemistry, Andover, NH, June 2015

12 Nippgen, F., McGlynn, B.L., Emanuel, R.E., Spatial patterns of catchment water redistribution: The intersection of topography and vegetation structure, Duke Research Computing Symposium, January 2015

11 Nippgen, F., McGlynn, B.L., Emanuel, R.E., Spatial patterns of catchment water redistribution: The intersection of topography and vegetation structure, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2014

10 Nippgen, F., McGlynn, B.L., Emanuel, R.E., Vose, J.M., The effect of precipitation variability on rainfall-runoff response and storage in steep headwater catchments, CUAHSI Biennial Meeting, Shepherdstown, WV, July 2014

09 Nippgen, F., B.L. McGlynn, and R.E. Emanuel: Catchment storage and connectivity as mediated by topography and vegetation, US-Japan Joint Seminar on Catchment Hydrology and Forest Biogeochemistry, Honolulu, HI, March 2013

08 Nippgen, F., B.L. McGlynn, and R.E. Emanuel: The combined effect of topography and vegetation on catchment connectivity, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2012, Abstract ID: H51E-1409

07 Nippgen, F.., B.L. McGlynn, and R.E. Emanuel: The combined effect of topography and vegetation on the temporal evolution of catchment connectivity, European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, April 2012, Abstract ID: EGU2012-12431

06 Emanuel, Ryan E.; Brian L. McGlynn; F. Nippgen, Competing for Water: Tension Between Biological and Physical Influences on Runoff in Vegetated Watersheds, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2011, Abstract ID: B11B- 0485

05 Singh, Nitin K., Joshua S. Rice, F. Nippgen, Kelsey G. Jencso, Brian L. McGlynn; Ryan E. Emanuel, Catchment isotope ecohydrology: Unraveling the combined influences of vegetation and topography on runoff generation in forested headwater catchments, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2011, Abstract ID: B31E-0361

04 Kaiser, Kendra; Brian L. McGlynn; Ryan E. Emanuel; F. Nippgen, John M. Mallard, Ecohydrology of an Outbreak: Impacts of vegetation pattern and landscape structure on mountain pine beetle disturbance, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2011, Abstract ID: B33B-0455

03 Welch, Christopher M.; Paul C. Stoy; Fredrick A. Rains; Brian L. McGlynn; F. Nippgen, Kendra Kaiser, Snow Hydrology: Effects of Mountain Pine Beetle on Snowpack Characteristics, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2011, Abstract ID: B33B-045

02 Kaiser, K., B. McGlynn, R. Emanuel, F. Nippgen, and J. Mallard. 2011. Ecohydrology: Disturbance and the intersection of vegetation pattern and landscape structure. European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, April 2011, Abstract ID EGU2011-9612 [Student Paper Award]

01 Nippgen, F., L.A. Marshall, and B.L. McGlynn. 2009. Relating hydrologic system response functions and metrics of catchment structure. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2009, Abstract ID H33B-0864.

INVITED UNIVERSITY AND AGENCY SEMINARS

05 Nippgen, F., McGlynn, B.L., Marshall, L.A., Emanuel, R.E., Bernhardt, E.S. Ross, M.R.V., Vose, J.M., Watershed Hydrology in Natural and Designed Environments, University of Wyoming, Department of Geology, Distinguished Lecturer Series, February 2017.

04 Nippgen, F., McGlynn, B.L., Marshall, L.A., Emanuel, R.E., Bernhardt, E.S. Ross, M.R.V., Vose, J.M., Exploring climate and landscape influences on hydrologic response: Empirical analyses and hydrologic modeling in natural and disturbed environments, University of Wyoming, Department of Ecosystem Science and Management, May 2016.

03 Nippgen, F., McGlynn, B.L., Marshall, L.A., Emanuel, R.E., Bernhardt, E.S. Ross, M.R.V., Vose, J.M., Exploring climate and landscape influences on hydrologic response: Empirical analyses and hydrologic modeling in natural and disturbed environments, The Ohio State University, School of Environment and Natural Resources, February 2016.

02 Nippgen, F., McGlynn, B.L., Marshall, L.A., Emanuel, R.E., Bernhardt, E.S. Ross, M.R.V., Vose, J.M., Exploring climate and landscape influences on hydrologic response: Empirical analyses and hydrologic modeling in natural and disturbed environments, University of Pittsburgh, Department of Geology and Environmental Science, January 2016.

01 Nippgen, F., McGlynn, B.L., Marshall, L.A., Emanuel, R.E., Landscape structure and climatic influence on hydrologic response, Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory, USFS, Brown bag seminar series, June 2011.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

01 Nippgen, F., Ecohydrology at the watershed scale, American Geophysical Union Hydrology Section Newsletter, Pages 13-15, Fall 2013.