Tae Hee Hwang, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Geography

Tae Hee Hwang

Research Emphasis:

Ecohydrology, Remote Sensing, Landscape Ecology

Contact Information:

Primary Organization:  Indiana University-Bloomington

Mailing Address:

Tae Hee Hwang
Student Building 120
701 E. Kirkwood Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47405

Office Phone:  812-855-6303

E-Mail:  taehee@indiana.edu

Web Page:  http://geography.indiana.edu/faculty/hwang.shtml

CWT Publications and Presentations: (custom bibliography)

Journal Articles

Martin KL, Hwang T, Vose JM, et al. (2017) Watershed impacts of climate and land use changes depend on magnitude and land use context. Ecohydrology.;e1870. https://doi.org/10.1002/eco.1870

Hwang, T., Band, L.E., Hales, T.C., Miniat, C.F., Vose, J.M., Bolstad, P.V., Miles, B. and Price, K. 2015. Simulating vegetation controls on hurricane-induced shallow landslides with a distributed ecohydrological model. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biosciences. 120(2):361-378. (DOI: 10.1002/2014JG002824)

Lin, L., J. R. Webster, T. Hwang, and L. E. Band 2015. Effects of lateral nitrate flux and instream processes on dissolved inorganic nitrogen export in a forested catchment: A model sensitivity analysis, Water Resour. Res., 51, 2680-2695, (doi:10.1002/2014WR015962).

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

Hwang, T., Band, L.E., Miniat, C.F., Song, C., Bolstad, P.V., Vose, J.M. and Love, J.P. 2014. Divergent phenological response to hydroclimate variability in forested mountain watersheds. Global Change Biology. 20:2580-2595. (DOI:10.1111/gcb.12556)

Band, L.E., Hwang, T., Hales, T., Vose, J.M. and Miniat, C.F. 2012. Ecosystem processes at the watershed scale: Mapping and modeling ecohydrological controls of landslides. Geomorphology. 137(1):159-167.

Hwang, T., Band, L.E., Vose, J.M. and Tague, C. 2012. Ecosystem processes at the watershed scale: Hydrologic vegetation gradient as an indicator for lateral hydrologic connectivity of headwater catchments. Water Resources Research. 48. W06514. (DOI: 10.1029/2011WR011301)

Hwang, T., C. Song, J.M. Vose, and L.E. Band. 2011. Topography-mediated controls on local vegetation phenology estimated from MODIS vegetation index. Landscape Ecology. DOI: 10.1007/s10980-011-9580-8.

Hwang, Taehee, Conghe Song, Paul V. Bolstad, Lawrence E. Band. 2011. Downscaling real-time vegetation dynamics by fusing multi-temporal MODIS and Landsat NDVI in topographically complex terrain. Remote Sensing of Environment 115(10): 2499-2512. (DOI:10.1016/j.rse.2011.05.010)

Hales, T., Ford, C., Hwang, T., Vose, J., Band, L. Topographic and ecologic controls on root reinforcement. Journal of Geophysical Research, 114: F03013

Hwang, T., Band, L., Hales, T. Ecosystem processes at the watershed scale: Extending optimality theory from plot to catchment. Water Resources Research, 45: W11425.

Conference Posters and Presentations

Hwang, T., Band, L.E., Miniat, C.F., Kneopp, J.D. Vose, J.M, Song, C., Bolstad, P.V. 2018. Warming temperature homogenizes landscape vegetation patterns at the catchment scale. Association of American Geographers, New Orleans, LA, USA.

Hwang, T., Band, L.E., Miniat, C.F., Knoepp, J.D. Vose, J.M, Song, C., Bolstad, P.V. 2018. Warming temperature homogenizes landscape vegetation patterns at the catchment scale. 6th interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds, Shepherdtown, WV, USA.

Jackson, C.R., P. Caldwell, K. Elliott, T. Hwang, J. Knoepp, C. Miniat, C. Oishi, J. Webster, and N. Wurzburger. 2018. Coweeta (CWT) and forest mesophication of the temperate montane deciduous forest of the Southern Appalachians: A response to species loss, BNF, climate change, and/or fire exclusion? NSF LTER All Scientists Meeting, September 30-October 4, Asilomar, CA.

Khodaee, M., Hwang, T., Kim, J., Norman, S., Thompson, S. 2018. Using Landsat Time Series to Evaluate Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Infestation over Southern Appalachian Mountains. AGU Fall Meeting, Washington DC, USA.

Lapham, M., Hwang, T., Miniat, C.F., Denham, S.O. 2018. Comparing water use of Paulownia tomentosa to co-occurring native species in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. AGU Fall Meeting, Washington DC, USA.

Zhang, Yulong; Novick, Kimberly A.; Song, Conghe; Zhang, Quan; Hwang, Taehee. 2017. Representation of physiological drought at ecosystem level based on model and eddy covariance measurements. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting. Dec. 11-15, New Orleans, LA.

Band, L.E., Hwang, T., Duncan, J.M., Tague, C., 2010. "Coupled ecosystem-geomorphic controls on the generation and transport of nitrogen through watersheds." American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2010

Hales, T. C.; Ford, C. R.; Hwang, T.; Vose, J.; Band, L. E.. 2009. Canopy Composition and Topographic Controls on Root Cohesion in Landslide-Prone Terrain, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2009, abstract #EP43E-0684