Ryan Emanuel, Associate Professor of Hydrology

Ryan Emanuel

Research Emphasis:

Ecohydrology, Watershed Hydrology, Watershed Biogeochemistry, Secondary Ecosystem Succession, Land-Atmosphere Interaction

Contact Information:

Primary Organization:  North Carolina State University

Mailing Address:

Dr. Ryan E. Emanuel
Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources
North Carolina State University
Box 8008
Raleigh, NC 27695
U.S.A.

Office Phone:  919-513-2511

E-Mail:  ryan_emanuel@ncsu.edu

Web Page:  http://go.ncsu.edu/ecohydrology


CWT Publications and Presentations: (custom bibliography)

Journal Articles

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 Resour.Res., 52, 1673–1695, doi:10.1002/2015WR018196.

Rice, Joshua S., R.E. Emanuel, and J.M. Vose. 2016. The influence of watershed characteristics on spatial patterns of trends in annual scale streamflow variability in the continental U.S., Journal of Hydrology. 540:850-860. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.07.006

Singh N.K., Reyes W.M., Bernhardt E.S., Bhattacharya R., Meyer J.L., Knoepp J.D., Emanuel R.E. 2016. Hydro-Climatological Influences on Long-Term Dissolved Organic Carbon in a Mountain Stream of the Southeastern United States. Journal of Environmental Quality. 45:1286-1295. doi:10.2134/jeq2015.10.0537

Singh, N. K., R. E. Emanuel, and B. L. McGlynn (2016), Variability in isotopic composition of base flow in two headwater streams of the southern Appalachians, Water Resour. Res., 52, 4264–4279, doi:10.1002/2015WR018463

Band, L. E., McDonnell, J. J., Duncan, J. M., Barros, A., Bejan, A., Burt, T., Dietrich, W. E., Emanuel, R. E., Hwang, T., Katul, G., Kim, Y., McGlynn, B., Miles, B., Porporato, A., Scaife, C. and Troch, P. A. (2014), Ecohydrological flow networks in the subsurface. Ecohydrol., 7: 1073–1078. doi:10.1002/eco.1525

Joshua S. Rice & Ryan E. Emanuel (2014): Landscape position and spatial patterns in the distribution of land use within the southern Appalachian Mountains, Physical Geography