Jay R. Lund

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This paper describes calibration methods for models of agricultural production and water use in which economic variables can directly interact with hydrologic network models or other biophysical system models. We also describe and demonstrate the use of systematic calibration checks at different stages for efficient debugging of models. The central model is(More)
California's development and success have been shaped by its ability to manage floods. This management has varied over the history of California's economic and political development and continues in various forms today. California will always have flood problems. A range of options are available to aid in flood management problems and have been used over(More)
The development of different energy balance models has allowed users to choose a model based on its suitability in a region. We compared four commonly used models—Mapping EvapoTranspiration at high Resolution with Internalized Calibration (METRIC) model, Surface Energy Balance Algorithm for Land (SEBAL) model, Surface Energy Balance System (SEBS) model, and(More)
  • Mark S Bevelhimer, Arthur J Stewart, Allison M Fortner, Jana R Phillips, Jennifer J Mosher, Jay R Lund +5 others
  • 2016
During August–September 2012, we sampled six hydropower reservoirs in southeastern United States for CO 2 and CH 4 emissions via three pathways: diffusive emissions from water surface; ebullition in the water column; and losses from dam tailwaters during power generation. Estimates of average areal emission rates of CO 2 attributable to the six reservoirs(More)
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