Curriculum Vitae






Marc Stieglitz

Associate Professor
Environmental Engineering
DEEL B01




Biography

Dr. Marc Stieglitz is an Associate Professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering and School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. He earned his BA in physics from Columbia College of Columbia University and shortly thereafter earned an MS in applied geophysics from the Henry Krumb School of Mines at Columbia University. After spending several years in industry, Dr Stieglitz earned a Ph.D. in hydrology at Columbia's Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory. He was as NOAA Global Change Post-doctoral Fellow at The Ecosystem Center of the Marine Biological Laboratory. From 1996 through 2003 Dr. Stieglitz was a Doherty Associate Research Scientist at Columbia's Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory. He joined the faculty of Georgia Institute of Technology in 2003. His research interests lie in hydrology, scale issues in hydrology, and in particular, Dr. Stieglitz works at the interface between hydrology, biology and biogeochemistry.

Education

  • Ph.D., Department of Geological Sciences, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Columbia University, 1995.
  • M.S., Applied Geophysics, Graduate School of Engineering, Columbia University , 1985.
  • B.S., Physics, Columbia University, Columbia University, 1983.

Honors

  • 2004 CETL Class of '69 Teaching Fellows
  • NOAA Global Climate Change Fellowship, July 1995 – June 1997
  • AMOCO Foundation Fellowship, 1984 – 1985

Articles

  1. Patil, S., Gu Y., Dias F.S.A., Stieglitz M., and Turk G., 2017, Predicting the spectral information of future land cover using machine learning, In revision (minor revisions), International Journal of Remote Sensing
  2. Patil, S. and Stieglitz, M., 2015, Comparing spatial and temporal transferability of hydrological model parameters, Journal of Hydrology 525, 409-417
  3. McClelland J.W., Townsend‐Small A., Holmes R.M., Pan F., Stieglitz M., Khosh M., Peterson B.J., 2014, River export of nutrients and organic matter from the North Slope of Alaska to the Beaufort Sea, Water Resources Research, doi: 10.1002/2013WR014722
  4. Patil, S. and Stieglitz, M., 2014, Modeling daily streamflow at ungauged catchments: What information is necessary? Hydrological Processes, 28 (3), 1159-1169, doi: 10.1002/hyp.9660
  5. Abdelnour A., R. B. McKane, M. Stieglitz, F. Pan, and Y. Cheng, 2013, Effects of Fire and Harvest on Carbon and Nitrogen Dynamics in a Pacific Northwest Forest Catchment, Water Resources Research, doi:10.1029/2012WR012994
  6. Patil, S. and Stieglitz, M. 2012, Controls on hydrologic similarity: role of nearby gauged catchments for prediction at an ungauged catchment, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Volume: 16 Issue: 2 Pages: 551-562 DOI: 10.5194/ hess-16-551-2012
  7. Pan F., McKane R., and Stieglitz M., 2012, Identification of optimal soil hydraulic functions and parameters for predicting soil moisture, Hydrological Sciences Journal, Vol. 57, Issue 4, Pages 723-737, doi: 10.1080/02626667.2012.674642
  8. Pan F., Stieglitz M., and McKane R., 2012, An algorithm for treating flat areas and depressions in digital elevation models using linear interpolation. Water Research Resources, Vol. 48, doi: 10.1029/2011WR010735
  9. Abdelnour A., R. B. McKane, M. Stieglitz, F. Pan, and Y. Cheng, in review, Effects of Fire and Harvest on Carbon and Nitrogen Dynamics in a Pacific Northwest Forest Catchment, Water Resources Research (Velma manuscript 2)
  10. Cheng, Yiwei, M Stieglitz, G. Turk, V. Engel, 2011, Effects of anisotropy on pattern formation in wetland ecosystems, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 38, L04402, 5 PP., 2011doi 10.1029/2010GL046091
  11. Patil, S. and Stieglitz, M., 2011, Hydrologic similarity among catchments under variable flow conditions, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 15, 989-997, doi:10.5194/hess-15-989-2011.
  12. Cheng, Yiwei, M Stieglitz, F Pan, 2010: A simple method to evolve daily ground temperatures from surface air temperatures in snow-dominated regions. J. Hydrometeor, 11, 1395–1404. doi: 10.1175/2010JHM1240.1
  13. Rastetter, E.B. Williams, M., Griffin K.L., Kwiatkowski B.L. , Tomasky G. , Potosnak M.J., Stoy, P.C., Shaver, G.R., Stieglitz M., Kling G.W., and Hobbie J.E., 2010, Application of the Ensemble Kalman Filter to Assimilate Eddy Covariance Flux data into a Model of Arctic Carbon Exchange, Ecological Applications, Jul;20 (5): 1285-301.
  14. Schymanski, S., A Kleidon, A., M Stieglitz, M.,J Narula, J., 2010, accepted. Maximum entropy production allows a simple representation of heterogeneity in arid ecosystems, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B., Volume: 365 Issue: 1545 Special Issue: SI Pages: 1449-1455 DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2009.0309
  15. Kleidon, A., Schymanski, S., Stieglitz, M., 2009,Thermodynamics, irreversibility and optimality in land surface hydrology In: K Strelcová et al. (eds.), Bioclimatology and Natural Hazards, 107-118.
  16. Holmes, R.M., J.W. McClelland, P.A. Raymond, B.B. Frazer, B.J. Peterson, and M. Stieglitz, 2008, Lability of DOC transported by Alaskan rivers to the Arctic Ocean. Geophysical Research Letters 35 (3). doi:10.10289/2007GL032837
  17. McClelland, J. W., M. Stieglitz, F. Pan, R. M. Holmes, and B. J. Peterson, 2008, Recent Changes in Nitrate and Dissolved Organic Carbon Export from the Upper Kuparuk River, North Slope, Alaska, Journal of Geophysical Research – BioGeosciences, 112, (G4), Article Number: G04S60
  18. Cherry, J.E., L.-B. Tremblay, M. Stieglitz, G. Gong, S.J. Déry, 2007, Development of the Pan-Arctic Snowfall Reconstruction: new land-based solid precipitation estimates for 1940 – 1999, Journal of Hydrometerology, 8 (6), 1243-1263, DEC 2007
  19. Stevens, M.B., J. E. Smerdon, J. Fidel Gonzalez-Rouco, M. Stieglitz, and H. Beltrami, 2007, Effects of Bottom Boundary Placement on Subsurface Heat Storage: Implications for Climate Model Simulations, Geophysical Research Letters., Vol. 34, L02702, doi:10.1029/2006GL028546
  20. Stieglitz, M., J.E. Smerdon, 2007, Characterizing land-atmosphere coupling and the implications for subsurface thermodynamics, Journal of Climate, 20 (1): 21-37 JAN 2007
  21. Stieglitz, M., R.B. McKane, C.A. Klausmeier, 2006, A simple Model for Analyzing Climatic Effects on Terrestrial Carbon and Nitrogen Dynamics: An Arctic Case Study, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 20 (3): Art. No. GB3016
  22. Smerdon, J.E., M. Stieglitz, 2006, Simulating heat transport of harmonic temperature signals in the Earth's shallow subsurface: Lower-boundary sensitivities, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33 (14): Art. No. L14402
  23. Shaman, J., M. Spiegelman, M. Cane, M. Stieglitz, 2006, A Hydrologically Driven Model of Swamp Water Mosquito Population Dynamics, Ecological Modeling, 194 (4): 395-404
  24. Shaman, J., J.F. Day, M. Stieglitz, S. Zebiak, M. Cane, 2006, An Ensemble Seasonal Forecast of Human Cases of St. Louis Encephalitis in Florida Based on Seasonal Hydrologic Forecasts, Climatic Change, 75 (4): 495-511
  25. Warrach, K., M. Stieglitz, J. Shaman , V.C. Engel, K.L Griffin , 2006, Climate Variability and the Potential Impact on Eco-hydrological processes: An Analyses of the 20th Century in the Hudson Highlands (New York), Climatic Change, 75 (4): 455-493
  26. Engel, V. E., G. Jobbágy, M. Stieglitz, M. Williams, R. B. Jackson, 2005, The Hydrological Consequences of Eucalyptus Afforestation in the Argentine Pampas, Water Resources Research, Vol. 41, Art. No. W10409
  27. Déry, S. J, M. Stieglitz, A.K Rennermalm, E.F. Wood, 2005,The Water Budget of the Kuparuk Basin, Alaska, Journal of Hydrometeorology, Vol. 6 : 633-655,
  28. Déry, S. J., V.S. Salomonson, M. Stieglitz, D.K. Hall, I. Apple, 2005, An Approach to Using Snow Areal Depletion Curves Inferred from MODIS and its Application for Land Surface Modelling in Alaska, Hydrological Processes, Vol. 19, 2755-2774
  29. Cherry, J.E., L.-B. Tremblay, S.J. Déry, M. Stieglitz, 2005, Reconstructing Solid Precipitation Snow Depth Measurements and a Land Surface Model, Water Resources Research, Vol. 41, W09401, doi:10.1029/2005WR003965
  30. Déry, S. J, M. Stieglitz, E.C. McKenna, E.F. Wood, 2005, Characteristics and Trends of River Discharge, into Hudson, James, and Ungava Bays, 1964 – 1994, Journal of Climate, Vol. 18, 2540-2557
  31. Boelman, N.T., M Stieglitz, K.L. Griffin, G.R. Shaver, 2005, Inter-annual variability of NDVI in response to long-term warming and fertilization in wet sedge and tussock tundra, Oecologia, Vol. 18, 588 -597
  32. Shaman, J., J.F. Day, M. Stieglitz, 2005, Drought-Induced Amplification and Epidemic Transmission of West Nile Virus in Southern Florida, Journal of Medical Entomology, Vol. 42,134-141
  33. Shaman, J., M. Stieglitz, D. Burns, 2004, Are Big Basins Just the Sum of Small Catchments?, Hydrologic Processes Today, Vol. 18, 3195-3206
  34. McClelland, J.W., R.M. Holmes, B.J. Peterson, M. Stieglitz, 2004, Increasing River Discharge in the Eurasian Arctic: Consideration of Dams, Permafrost Thaw, and Fires as Potential Agents of Change, JGR-Atmospheres, Vol. 109, 1-12
  35. Shaman, J., J.F. Day, M. Stieglitz, 2004, The Spatial-Temporal Distribution of Drought, Wetting and Human Cases of St. Louis Encephalitis in South-Central Florida, The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Vol. 71, 251-261
  36. Shaman, J., J.F. Day, M. Stieglitz, M. Cane, 2004, A Seasonal Forecast of St. Louis Encephalitis Transmission in Florida, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Vol. 10, 802-809
  37. Déry, S. J., W.T. Crow, M. Stieglitz, E.F. Wood, 2004, Modeling Snowcover Heterogeneity over Complex Terrain for Regional and Global Climate Models, Journal of Hydrometeorology, Vol. 5, 33-48
  38. Boelman, N.T., M Stieglitz, H. Rueth, M. Sommerkorn, K.L. Griffin, G.R. Shaver, J.A. Gamon, 2003, Response of NDVI, Biomass, and Ecosystem Gas Exchange to Long-Term Warming and Fertilization in Wet Sedge Tundra, Oecologia, Vol. 135, 414-421
  39. Shaman , J.F., J.F. Day, M. Stieglitz, 2003, St. Louis Encephalitis Virus in Wild Birds During the 1990 South Florida Epidemic: The Importance of Drought, Wetting Conditions and the Emergence of Culex nigripalpus (Diptera: Culicidae) to Arboviral Amplification and Transmission, Journal of Medical Entomology, Vol. 40, 547-554
  40. Shaman, J., M. Stieglitz, S. Zebiak, M. Cane, 2003, A Local Forecast of Land Surface Conditions Derived from Seasonal Climate Predictions, Journal of Hydrometeorology, Vol. 4, 611-626
  41. Stieglitz, M., J. Shaman, J. McNamara, G.W. Kling, V. Engel, J. Shanley, 2003, An Approach to Understanding Hydrologic Connectivity on the Hillslope and the Implications for Nutrient Transport, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Vol. 17, 1105, doi 10.1029/2003GB002041
  42. Stieglitz, M., S. J. Déry, V.E. Romanovsky, T.E. Osterkamp, 2003, The Role of Snow Cover in the Warming of Arctic Permafrost, Geophys. Res. Lett., Vol. 30, 1721, doi:10.1029/2003GL017337 (Science, Vol. 301, 8 August 2003; Highlights of the Recent Literature, Editors Choice)
  43. Déry, S. J., M. Stieglitz, 2002, A Note on Surface Humidity Measurements in the Cold Canadian Environment, Boundary Layer Meteorology, Vol. 102, 491-497
  44. Engel, V.C., M. Stieglitz, M. Williams, K.L. Griffin, 2002, The Effect of Canopy Hydraulic Properties on Ecosystem Water Use: Observations and Modeling, Ecological Modelling, Vol. 154: 263–288
  45. Shaman, J., M. Stieglitz, V.C. Engel, R. D. Koster, C.P. Stark, 2002, Representation of Stormflow and a More Responsive Water Table in a TOPMODEL-Based Hydrology Model, Water Resources Research, Vol. 38, Art. No. 1156
  46. Shaman, J., J.F. Day, M. Stieglitz, 2002, Drought-Induced Amplification of St. Louis Encephalitis Virus in Florida, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Vol. 8, 575-580
  47. Shaman, J., M. Stieglitz, C.P. Stark, S. Le Blancq, M. Cane, 2002, Using a Dynamic Hydrology Model to Predict Mosquito Abundances in Flood and Swamp Water, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Vol. 8, 6-13
  48. Warrach, K., M. Stieglitz, H.-Theo Mengelkamp, E. Raschke, 2002, Advantages of a Topographically Controlled Runoff Simulation in a Soil-Vegetation-Atmosphere Transfer Model, Journal of Hydrometeorology Vol. 3, 131–148
  49. Stieglitz, M., A. Ducharne, R. D. Koster, M. J. Suarez, 2001, The Impact of Detailed Snow Physics on the Simulation of Snowcover and Subsurface Thermodynamics at Continental Scales, Journal of Hydrometeorology, Vol. 2, 228-242
  50. Koster, R. D., M. J. Suarez, A. Ducharne, M. Stieglitz, P. Kumar, 2000, A Catchment-Based Approach to Modeling Land Surface Processes in a GCM - Part I: Model structure, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 105, 24809-24822
  51. Ducharne, A. and R. D. Koster, M. J. Suarez, M. Stieglitz, P. Kumar, 2000, A Catchment-Based Approach to Modeling Land Surface Processes in a GCM - Part II: Parameter Estimation and Model Demonstration, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 105, 24823-24838
  52. Stark, C.P. M. Stieglitz, 2000, The Sting in a Fractal Tail, Nature, Vol. 403, 493-494
  53. Stieglitz, M., A. Giblin, J. Hobbie, G.W. Kling, M. Williams, 2000, Simulating the effects of Climate Change and Climate Variability on the Carbon Dynamics in Arctic Tundra, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Vol. 14, 1123-1136
  54. Stieglitz, M., J. Hobbie, A. Giblin, G.W. Kling, 1999, Hydrologic Modeling of an Arctic Watershed: Towards Pan-Arctic Predictions, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 104, 27507-27518
  55. Rind, D., C. Rosenzweig, M. Stieglitz, 1997, The Role of Moisture Transport Between Ground and Atmosphere in Global Change, Annual Reviews of Energy and the Environment, Vol. 22, 47-74
  56. Stieglitz, M., D. Rind, J. Famiglietti, C. Rosenzweig, 1997, An Efficient Approach to Modeling the Topographic Control of Surface Hydrology for Regional and Global Climate Modeling, J. of Climate, Vol. 10, 118-137
  57. Lynch-Stieglitz, M., 1994, The Development and Validation of a Simple Snow Model for the GISS GCM, J. of Climate, Vol. 7, 1842-1855
  58. Stiegman, A.E., M. Stieglitz, D.R. Tyler, 1983, Mechanism of the low-energy photochemical disproportionation reactions of (ETA-5 C5H5)2MO2(CO)6, J. Am. Chem. Soc. Vol. 105, 6032-6037

Books

  1. George W Kling, Heather E Adams, Neil D Bettez, William B Bowden, Byron C Crump, Anne E Giblin, Kristin E Judd, Katy Keller, George W Kipphut, Edward R Rastetter, Gaius R Shaver, Marc Stieglitz, April 2014, Alaska's Changing Arctic: Ecological Consequences for Tundra, Streams, and Lakes (Long-Term Ecological Research Network), Edited by John Hobbie and George W Kling, 352 pages, Oxford University Press

Proceedings

  1. Patil, S. and M Stieglitz, accepted in HS2.3.12 , Comparing spatial and temporal transferability of hydrological model parameters, European European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 2015
  2. Sant’Anna Dias, S. Patil, Y. Gu, *Y. Agarwalla, *Y. Cheng, *S. Patil, M. Stieglitz, G. Turk, accepted in TS3.1/GM3.4, Rendering Future Vegetation Change across Large Regions of the US, European European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 2015
  3. Sant’Anna Dias, S. Patil. Gu, *Y. Agarwalla, *Y. Cheng, *S. Patil, M. Stieglitz, G. Turk, Rendering Future Vegetation Change across Large Regions of the US, American and Canadian Geophysical Union Joint Assembly, Montreal, Canada, May, 2015
  4. M Stieglitz, Y Cheng, G Turk, V Engel, J Ross, The influence of topography and vegetation self-organization over resource fluxes in wetland ecosystems, European European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 2014
  5. McKane R., Abdelnour A., Brookes A., Djang K., Stieglitz M., Pan F., Bolte J., Papenfus M., Burdick C., An Eco-hydrologic Modeling Framework for Assessing Ecosystems Services Trade-offs in Response to Alternative Land Use Scenarios (invited), AGU Fall Meeting 2012, San Francisco, USA.
  6. Cheng, Y., Stieglitz, M., Turk, G., Ross, J., Engel, V. Exogenous and Endogenous Controls Impact Evolution and Resilience of Wetland Vegetation Patterns. 9th INTECOL International Wetlands Conference, Orlando, Florida, USA, June 2012.
  7. Cheng, Y., Stieglitz, M., Turk, G., Engel, V. The Ubiquitous Nature of Nutrient Depletion and the Consequences for Ecosystem Structure, European Geophysical Union Conference, Vienna, Austria, April 2011.
  8. Cheng, Y., Stieglitz, M., Turk, G., Engel, V. Demonstrating the Power of GPU Simulations for an Advection-Reaction-Diffusion Model, European Geophysical Union Conference, Vienna, Austria, April 2011.
  9. Cushing, J., A Smith, S Stavely, B Bond, M Bailey, J Bolte, D Lach, R McKane, C Thomas, M Stieglitz, S Stafford, VISualizing Terrestrial- Aquatic Systems (VISTAS), CUAHSI Conference on Hydrologic Data and Information Systems, University of Utah, Logan, June, 2011
  10. Davis, G., C.D. Knightes, A. Abdelnour, M. Stieglitz, (2011) Biogeochemical Cycling of Mercury in Watersheds: VELMA (Visualizing Ecosystems for Land Management Assessment), International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
  11. McKane, R., A. Abdelnour, A. Brookes, K. Djang, T. Jordan, B. Kwiatkowski, F. Pan, B. Peterjohn, M. Stieglitz, A. Skibbe and D. Weller, Riparian Forest Effects on Nitrogen Export to an Agricultural Stream Inferred from Experimental Data and a Model, AGU Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, USA.
  12. Osborne-Gowey, J., D. Bachelet, A. Hamlet, E. Garcia, C. Tague, R. McKane, A. Abdelnour, M. Stieglitz, and F. Pan, Assessing the skill of hydrology models at simulating the water cycle in the HJ Andrews LTER: assumptions, strengths and weaknesses, National American Fisheries Society 2011, Seattle, USA
  13. Patil, S. and M. Stieglitz (2011), Modeling daily streamflow at ungauged catchments: What information is necessary?, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
  14. Patil, S. and M. Stieglitz, Spatial variability based streamflow predictions across United States, European Geosciences Meeting in Vienna, Austria, April 2011
  15. Stieglitz, M., Cheng, Y., Engel, V., Turk, G., Chen, J., Ross, J. GPU Acceleration of an Advection-Diffusion-Reaction Model to Better Understand the Ubiquitous Nature of Nutrient Depletion and the Consequences for Ecosystem Structure. Florida International University, Miami, Florida, USA, Sept 2011.
  16. Bond, B., K. Peterson, R. McKane, K. Lajtha, D. Quandt, S. Allen, S. Sell, C. Daly, M. Harmon, S. Johnson, T. Spies, P. Sollins, A. Abdelnour, and M. Stieglitz, (2010) How does complex terrain influence responses of carbon and water cycle processes to climate variability and climate change?, AGU Fall Meeting 2010, San Francisco, USA.
  17. Abdelnour, A., S. Patil, M. Stieglitz, R. McKane, F. Pan, and Y. Cheng (2010), Catchment hydro-biogeochemical response to climate change and future land-use, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
  18. Cheng, Y., Stieglitz, M., Turk, G., Engel, V. Parallel Vegetation Stripe Formation Through Hydrologic Interactions, European Geophysical Union Conference, Vienna, Austria, May 2010.
  19. Cheng, Y., Stieglitz, M. Simulating Watershed Scale Hydrologic Characteristics From Fine Scale Processes, Arctic LTER Meeting, Woods Hole, MA, USA, Feb 2010.
  20. McKane, R. B., A. Abdelnour, M. Stieglitz, F. Pan, B. Bond, and S. Johnson (2010) An Integrated Eco-hydrologic Modeling Framework for Assessing the Effects of Interacting Stressors on Multiple Ecosystem Services, ESA Annual Meeting 2010, Pittsburgh, USA
  21. Peterson K., B. Bond, R. McKane, A. Abdelnour, and M. Stieglitz, (2010) Scaling Issues and Spatio-Temporal Variability in Ecohydrological Modeling on Mountain Topography: Methods and Future of the VELMA Model, AGU Fall Meeting 2010, San Francisco, USA.
  22. Stieglitz, M., Cheng, Y., Engel, V., Turk, G. Scale Dependent Nutrient Feedback as a General Mechanism for Vegetation Patterning and Tree Island Formation in Wetland Ecosystems. Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration, Naples, Florida, USA, July 2010.
  23. Stieglitz, M. and S. Patil (2010), Spatial variability in streamflow predictions across United States: Role of climate and topography in predictability at ungauged basins, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
  24. Patil, S. and M. Stieglitz (2009), Stream Response Similarity in Nested Catchments Based on Scaling Relationships of Flow Percentiles, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
  25. Patil, S., M. Stieglitz, and F. Pan (2009), Hydrologic similarity in catchments within the Southeast United States, Annual Research Symposium at Georgia Institute of Technology.
  26. McClelland, J. W., Townsend-Small, A., Holmes, R. M., Stieglitz, M., Pan, F., Peterson, B. J., Nutrient and Organic Matter Export from Rivers to the Alaskan Beaufort Sea: Contemporary Estimates, Implications for Coastal Productivity, and Potential Changes in the Future, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2000
  27. Cheng, Y., Stieglitz, M., Turk, G., Engel, V. Parallel Vegetation Stripe Formation Through Hydrologic Interactions, American Geophysical Union Conference, San Francisco, USA, Dec 2009.
  28. Cheng, Y., Stieglitz, M., Turk, G., Engel, V. Flow Field and Nutrient Dynamics Governing the Formation of Parallel Vegetation Patterns in the Florida Everglades, American Geophysical Union Conference, San Francisco, USA, Dec 2009.
  29. Engel, V., Cheng, Y., Stieglitz, M., Flow Field and Nutrient Dynamics Control Over Formation of Parallel Vegetation Patterns in the Florida Everglades, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2009
  30. Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2009 McKane, R. B., M. Stieglitz, A. Abdelnour, and F. Pan, (2009) An Integrated Ecohydrologic Modeling Framework for Assessing the Effects of Interacting Stressors on Multiple Ecosystem Services, ESRP Modeling Workshop, 2009, Athens, GA.
  31. Abdelnour, A., M. Stieglitz, F. Pan and R. B. McKane, (2008) Catchment Hydrologic Threshold Response to Forest Harvest Intensity, Georgia Tech Research and Innovation Conference 2008, Atlanta, USA.
  32. Stieglitz, M., Pan, F., Engel, V., Kleidon, A., Schymanski, S., Self-Organization, Thermodynamics and Strong Feedbacks in Terrestrial Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2008
  33. Cheng, Y., Stieglitz, M., Pan, F., Smerdon, J. E., Simple Method to Evolve Daily Ground Temperatures From Surface Air Temperatures in Snow Dominated Regions, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2008
  34. Beltrami, H., J. F. González-Rouco, J. E. Smerdon, E. Zorita, M. B. Stevens, M. Stieglitz, and H. von Storch (2007), Climate from underground temperatures: The Earth's selective long-term memory, (invited lecture), EGU 2007 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Apr. 15-20, 2007.
  35. Stevens, M. B., J. E. Smerdon, J. F. González-Rouco, M. Stieglitz, and H. Beltrami (2007), The effects of bottom boundary placement on subsurface heat storage in climate model simulations, EGU 2007 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Apr. 15-20, 2007.
  36. Stieglitz, M. , Pan, F., Smerdon, J., Kleidon, A.,, Land-Atmosphere Coupling and Freeze-Thaw Dynamics (Invited Speaker) CMOS-CGU-AMS Congress 2007, St. John's Newfoundland, Canada, May 28 - June 1, 2007.
  37. Stevens, M. B., J. E. Smerdon, J. F. González-Rouco, M. Stieglitz, and H. Beltrami (2007), Subsurface heat storage in climate model simulations: Bottom boundary placement, CMOS-CGU-AMS Congress 2007, St. John's Newfoundland, Canada, May 28 - June 1, 2007.
  38. Beltrami, H., J. F. González-Rouco, J. E. Smerdon, E. Zorita, M. B. Stevens, M. Stieglitz, and H. von Storch Climate from underground temperatures: The Earth's Selective Long-Term Memory, (oral presentation, presented by HB),CMOS-CGU-AMS Congress 2007, St. John's Newfoundland, Canada, May 28 - June 1, 2007.
  39. Jessica Cherry, Bruno Tremblay, Marc Stieglitz, Stephen Dery, Gavin Gong, Development of a Daily, Land-Based Pan-Arctic Snowfall Reconstruction for 1940-1999, CMOS-CGU-AMS Congress 2007, St. John's Newfoundland, Canada, May 28 - June 1, 2007.
  40. Kleidon, A., Stieglitz, M., Schymanski, S., What can Maximum Entropy Production Tells us About General Trends in Land Surface Hydrology and its Predictability, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, December, 2007.
  41. Eshel, G., Stieglitz, M., Preciptation Parameterization for Idealized Land-Atmosphere Sahel Models, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, December, 2007.
  42. McClelland, J. W., Townsend-Small, A., Holmes, R. M., Stieglitz, M., Pan, Peterson, B. J., Organic Matter Export from North Slope Rivers of Alaska: Variations in Stable C and N Isotope Ratios over the Annual Hydrograph and Implications for Tracking Land-Derived Organic Matter in Coastal Waters, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, December, 2007.
  43. Abdelnour, A., M. Stieglitz, Pan, R. B. McKane, The Hydrologic Response of a Small Catchment to Clear–Cutting, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2006
  44. Cheng, Y., M. Stieglitz, R. B. McKane, B. Kwiatkowski, The Biological Response of a Small Catchment to Clear-Cutting, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2006
  45. Pan, F., M. Stieglitz, R. B. McKane, A Simple Hydrologic Model for Watershed Characterization, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2006
  46. Patil, S., F. Pan, M. Stieglitz, The Use of Logistic Curves to Simulate Lateral Flow in Hydrologic Models, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2006
  47. Patil, S., F. Pan, M. Stieglitz, The Use of Logistic Curves to Simulate Lateral Flow in Hydrologic Models, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2006
  48. Stieglitz, M., Pan, F., R. B. McKane, B. Kwiatkowski, The Downslope Propagation of a Disturbance in a Forested Catchment: An Eco-Hydrologic Simulation Study, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2006
  49. Stevens, M. B., J. F. González-Rouco, J. E. Smerdon, J. E., M. Stieglitz, H. Beltrami, The role of subsurface heat storage in climate model simulations, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2006
  50. McKane, R. B., M. Stieglitz, F. Pan, B. Kwiatkowski, E. B. Rastetter, Model analysis of riparian buffer effectiveness for reducing nutrient inputs to streams in agricultural landscapes, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2006
  51. Douglas, T. A., M. Sturm, C. J. Ashjian, T. Jorgensen, W. C. Oechel, C. Ping, R. C. Rhew, M. Stieglitz, Studies of the Northern Alaskan Coastal System: Ongoing project work and synthesis activities, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2006
  52. Smerdon J.E., M. Stieglitz, F. Pan, Integrating Observations and Models to Elucidate the Seasonal Evolution of Land-Atmosphere Coupling and its Subsequent Impacts on Ground Temperatures, Presented at EGU General Assembly in Vienna, April 2-7, 2006, (Solicited)
  53. J.E. Smerdon, M. Stieglitz, and F. Pan (invited), Integrating observations and models to elucidate the seasonal evolution of land-atmosphere coupling and its subsequent impacts on ground temperatures, European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, Austria
  54. Rebel, K.T., K.J. McGuire,. E.B. Rastetter, M. Stieglitz, R.B. McKane, Linking hydrology and biogeochemistry at multiple spatial and temporal scales, Geophysical Research Abstracts, 68(08328), European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, Austria
  55. Smerdon, J.E. and M. Stieglitz, Simulation of subsurface sensible heat transport: Sensitivity to lower-boundary conditions, Heat Flow and the Structure of the Lithosphere, Bykov, Czech Republic
  56. Steiglitz, M. and J.E. Smerdon, Snow-Vegetation-Ground Interactions in Arctic Tundra: Implications for Vegetation Change, Heat Flow and the Structure of the Lithosphere, Bykov, Czech Republic
  57. McClelland, J. W., M. Stieglitz, F. Pan , R.M. Holmes, B.J. Peterson, Synthesis and Scaling of Hydrological and Biogeochemical Data from the North Slope of Alaska: A Basis for Estimating Riverine Fluxes from Small Coastal Watersheds to the Arctic Ocean, 20-24 February 2006 at the Hawaii
  58. Potosnak. M., K. Griffin, M. Stieglitz, G. Kling, J. Schimel, J. Hobbie, Fluxes of Isoprene and Monoterpenes from a Tundra Ecosystem, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2005
  59. Stieglitz. M., J. E. Smerdon, Characterizing Land-Atmosphere Coupling and the Implications for Subsurface Thermodynamics, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2005
  60. Pan, F, J. E. Smerdon, M. Stieglitz, P. Webster, A Wavelet Approach to Reconstructing Near-Surface Temperature Time Series From Observations of Subsurface Temperatures at Several Meters Depth, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2005
  61. Cherry, J., B. Tremblay, S. Déry, M. Stieglitz, “Arctic Solid Precipitation Reconstruction Using snow Depth Measurements and a Land Surface Hydrology Model”, AMS, San Diego, CA, January 2005
  62. J. Shaman , Stieglitz, M., D. Burns, Are Big Basin Just the sum of Small Catchments, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2004, (Solicited)
  63. Stieglitz, M., J. Shaman, J. McNamara, J. Shanley, V. Engel, G.W. Kling, The Initiation of Hillslope Hydrologic Connectivity and the Implications for Nutrient Transport, Presented at the European Geophysical Union (Solicited), April 2004
  64. Déry, S. J., M. Stieglitz, E.C. McKenna, E.F. Wood, Recent trends and changes in freshwater discharge into Hudson, James, and Ungava Bays, Presented at Joint AGU/CGU/SEG/EEGS Assembly, Montreal, May 2004
  65. McClelland, J. W., R.M. Holmes, B.J. Peterson, M. Stieglitz, Increasing River Discharge in the Eurasian Arctic: Consideration of Dams, Permafrost Thaw, and Fires as Potential Agents of Change, Presented at Joint AGU/CGU/SEG/EEGS Assembly, Montreal, May 2004
  66. McDonnell, J.J., K.J. McGuire*, S. Uhlenbrook, M. Stieglitz, Residence time distributions and runoff mechanisms from hillslope to catchment scales. UNESCO Workshop on transport and fate of diffuse organic contaminants in catchments, Munich.(* Solicited)
  67. Déry, S. J., W.T. Crow, M. Stieglitz, E.F. Wood, Modeling Snowcover Heterogeneity in Polar Regions, Preprints 7th Conf. Polar Meteorology and Oceanography, AMS, Hyannis, MA, May 2003
  68. Shaman , J., M. Stieglitz, S. Zebiak, M. Cane, J.F. Day, A Local Forecast of Land Surface Wetness Conditions, Drought, and St. Louis Encephalitis Virus Transmission Derived from Seasonal Climate Predictions, Presentation at the World Water and Environmental Resources Congress of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 2003
  69. Boelman, N.T., M. Stieglitz, K.L. Griffin. Global scale NDVI: What does it really tell us? Presented at Ecological Society of America, August 2003
  70. Boelman, N.T., M. Stieglitz, K.L. Griffin, The effect of spatial and spectral resolution in determining NDVI, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2003
  71. Griffin, K. L., D. J. Epstein, J. B. Shapiro, N. T. Boelman, M. Stieglitz, The Influence Of Water Tracks And Hillslope Position On The Physiology Of The Dominant Plant Species In The Imnavait Creek Watershed, Alaska, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2003
  72. McClelland, J.W., R.M. Holmes, B.J. Peterson, M. Stieglitz, Drivers of Increasing River Discharge in the Eurasian Arctic: Consideration of Dam/Reservoir Construction, Permafrost Thaw, and Fire Frequency as Potential Agents of Change, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2003
  73. Stieglitz, M., J. Shaman, V. Engel, K. Griffin, A Simple Approach to Modeling Hydrologic Connectivity on the Hillslope, Presented at Spring AGU, Washington D.C., May 2002
  74. Hobbie, J.E., M. Stieglitz, J. Shaman, Land-Water Transfer of Water and Nutrients on an Alaskan Hillslope: A Modeling approach, Presented at The American Society for Limnology and Oceanography, June 2002
  75. Shaman, J., J.F. Day, M. Stieglitz, S. Zebiak, M. Cane, Seasonal Forecast of St. Louis Encephalitis Virus Transmission in Forecast, Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Denver, Colorado, November 2002
  76. Shaman, J., J.F. Day, M. Stieglitz, S. Zebiak, M. Cane, Seasonal Forecast of St. Louis Encephalitis Virus Transmission in Forecast, Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, November 2002
  77. Cherry, J. E., M. Stieglitz, Hydrological and Climatological Impacts of the North Atlantic Oscillation in Norway and Sweden, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2002
  78. Shaman, J., M. Stieglitz, S. Zebiak, M. Cane, J.F. Day, A Local Forecast of Land Surface Wetness Conditions, Drought, and St. Louis Encephalitis Virus Transmission Derived from Seasonal Climate Predictions, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2002
  79. Stieglitz, M., J. Shaman, J. McNamara, G.W. Kling, V. Engel, An Approach to Understanding Hydrologic Connectivity on the Hillslope and the Implications for Nutrient Transport, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2002, (Solicited)
  80. Déry, S. J. and M. Stieglitz, Toward Pan-Arctic Hydrological Modeling, Seminar presented at the Byrd Polar Research Center, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, September, 2001
  81. Engel, V.C., M. Stieglitz, M. Williams, K.L. Griffin, Forest Canopy Hydraulic Properties and Catchment water balance, Presentation at the Chapman Conference of the American Geophysical Union on State-of-the-Art in Hillslope Hydrology, Sun River, Oregon, October 2001
  82. Shaman, J., M. Stieglitz, V. Engel, R. Koster, C. Stark, Representation of Stormflow and a More Responsive Water Table in a TOPMODEL-Based Hydrology Model, Presentation at the Chapman Conference of the American Geophysical Union on State-of-the-Art in Hillslope Hydrology, Sun River, Oregon, October 2001
  83. Boelman, N.T., K.L. Griffin, M. Stieglitz, G.R. Shaver, J.A. Gamon, Exploring Relationships Between Vegetation Reflectance and Plant Physiological Parameters on Arctic Wet Sedge Tundra, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2001.
  84. Griffin, K.L., M. Stieglitz, N.T. Boelman, G.R. Shaver, The Effect of Mitochondrial Respiration During Photosynthesis on the Carbon Gain of Betula nana, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2001
  85. Shaman, J., M Stieglitz, V. Engel, R. Koster, C. Stark, Representation of Stormflow and a More Responsive Water Table in a TOPMODEL-Based Hydrology Model, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2001
  86. Yang, Z., G Niu, R.E. Dickinson, M. Stieglitz, Parameterization of Runoff Production in Common Land Model, Presented at Spring AGU, Washington D.C., May 2000
  87. Shaman, J., M. Stieglitz, C. Stark, S. Le Blancq, M. Cane, Prediction of Floodwater Mosquito Abundance with Modeled Land-Surface Hydrology, Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Houston, Texas, 29 October - 2 November 2000
  88. Engel, V. C., K.L. Griffin, M. Stieglitz, M. Williams, Regulation of Watershed Hydrology by Plant-Water Relations and Topographic Controls, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 2000
  89. Shaman, J., M. Stieglitz, C. Stark, S. Le Blancq, M. Cane, Prediction of Floodwater Mosquito Abundance with Modeled Land-Surface Hydrology, Presentation at the 2000 Joint Annual Meeting of the Entomological Societies of Quebec, Canada, and America, Montreal, Quebec, December 2000
  90. Ducharne, A., R.D. Koster, M.J. Suarez, M. Stieglitz, P. Kumar, Behavior of a New Catchment-Based Land Surface Model for GCMs, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 1998
  91. Stieglitz, M., A. Giblin, J. Hobbie, M. Williams, G.W. Kling, Climate, Water, and Carbon: Modeling CO2 flux Variability in Arctic Tundra, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 1999
  92. Stieglitz, M., A. Giblin, J. Hobbie, G.W. Kling, Climate change in Arctic tundra: Alterations in the hydrologic cycle and feedbacks to carbon sequestration, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 1998
  93. Stieglitz, M., A. Giblin, Bio-Physical feedbacks in an Arctic environment, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 1997
  94. Lynch-Stieglitz, M. and J. S. Famiglietti, A New Land-Surface Scheme for Regional and Global Climate Modeling, Presented at Fall AGU, San Francisco, December 1994

Presentations

  1. Invited Speaker, Purdue University, Indiana, November 29, 2011
  2. Invited Speaker, Florida International University, Florida, September 22, 2011
  3. Invited speaker, University of Pennsylvania, February 7, 2011
  4. Invited Speaker,,Institute of Earth Sciences, The Hebrew University, Givat-Ram, Jerusalem, Israel, June 17, 2009
  5. Invited Speaker, The Blaustein Institutes for Desert Research, Ben Gurion University, Sede Boqer Campus, Israel, June 15, 2009
  6. Invited speaker, Maximum Entropy Production in the Earth System, Max-Planck-Institut für Biogeochemie, Jena, Germany 10 - 11 May 2007
  7. USA PUB (Prediction in Ungauged Basins) Workshop, Towards a Community Action Plan for the Hydrological Sciences, Oregon State University, Sponsored by NSF, CUAHSI, IAHS and the OSU IWW, Oct 16-19, 2006
  8. Terrestrial Ecosystem Scoping Workshop for the Arctic Network of Parks, Fairbanks, Alaska, April 2005
  9. Emory University, Department of Environmental Studies, September 2004
  10. University of California at Irvine, Earth System Science Department, May 2004
  11. European Geophysical Union Conference, “Spatial Analysis and Landscape Discretisation For Catchment Modeling” session, Nice, France, April 2004
  12. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Environmental Sciences Branch, April 2004
  13. U.S. EPA, Ecology Division, Corvallis, Oregon, March 2004
  14. Alaskan Department of Natural Resources, Dec 2003
  15. University of Minnesota, Department of Geology and Geophysics, February 2003
  16. Oregon Sate University, Department of Forest Engineering, November 2003
  17. Fall AGU Conference, "Linking Hydrology and Biogeochemistry" session, December 2002
  18. University of Edinburgh, School of Earth, Environmental and Geographical Sciences, October 2002
  19. Max-Planck-Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany, October 2002
  20. University of Delaware, Department of Geography, September 2002
  21. Max-Planck-Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany, June 2001
  22. University of Chicago, Department of Geophysical Sciences, December 2000

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