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Elliott Kellner, Ph.D.

Research Scientist, Program Development

Dr. Kellner is a Research Scientist for the Institute of Water Security and Science (IWSS). He also provides project coordination and development for the IWSS.

Education

Appointments

Selected Publications

  1. Kellner, E., and J.A. Hubbart. 2016. Continuous and Event-Based Time Series Analysis of Observed Floodplain Groundwater Flow under Contrasting Land-Use Types. Science of the Total Environment.

  2. Kellner, E., Hubbart, J.A. 2016. A Comparison of the Spatial Distribution of Vadose Zone Water in Forested and Agricultural Floodplains a Century after Harvest. Science of the Total Environment 542: 153-161.

  3. Kellner, E., Hubbart, J.A. 2016. Agricultural and Forest Land Use Impacts on Floodplain Shallow Groundwater Temperatures. Hydrological Processes 30: 625-636.
  4. Zell, C., Kellner, E., Hubbart, J.A. 2015. Forested and agricultural land use impacts on subsurface floodplain storage capacity using coupled vadose zone-saturated zone modeling. Environmental Earth Science 74(10): 7215-7228.

  5. Kellner, E., Hubbart, J.A., Ikem, A. 2015. Comparing Forest and Agricultural Shallow Groundwater Chemical Status a Century after Harvest. Science of the Total Environment 529: 82-90.

  6. Hubbart, J.A., Kellner, E., Hooper, L., Lupo, A.R., Market, P.S., Svoma, B.M., Fox, N.I., Stephan, K., Guinan, P.E., Aldrich, E. 2014. Localized Climate and Surface Energy Flux Alterations across an Urban Gradient in the Central U.S. Energies 7: 1770-1791.

  7. Kellner, E., Hubbart, J.A., Smith, T. 2014. Quantifying Urban Stormwater Suspended Sediment Particle Size Class Distribution in the Central U.S. Stormwater March/April: 40-50.

  8. Hubbart, J.A., Kellner, E., Freeman, G. 2013. A case study considering the comparability of mass and volumetric suspended sediment data. Environmental Earth Sciences 71(9): 4051-4060.

  9. Hubbart, J.A., Kellner, E. 2012. Bryophyte Mass to Stem Length Ratio: A Potential Metric for Eco-Physiological Response to Land Use. Open Journal of Ecology 3: 1-10.