Molly M. Gribb

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T. J. Smith, J. P. McNamara, A. N. Flores, M. M. Gribb, P. S. Aishlin and S. G. Benner* 1 Department of Geosciences, Boise State University, Boise, Idaho 83725, USA 2 Landau Associates, Inc., Tacoma, Washington 98402, USA 3 Department of Civil Engineering, Boise State University, Boise, Idaho 83725, USA 4 Civil and Environmental Engineering Department,(More)
The distributed Soil Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) hydrologic model was applied to a research watershed, the Dry Creek Experimental Watershed, near Boise Idaho to investigate its water balance components both temporally and spatially. Calibrating and validating SWAT is necessary to enable our understanding of the water balance components in this semiarid(More)
Snowmelt in mountainous areas is an important contributor to river water fl ows in the western United States. We developed a distributed model that calculates solar radia on, canopy energy balance, surface energy balance, snow pack dynamics, soil water fl ow, snow–soil–bedrock heat exchange, soil water freezing, and lateral surface and subsurface water fl(More)
Data obtained from modified cone penetrometer experiments were used to estimate the hysteretic soil hydraulic properties with a parameter estimation technique which combined a numerical solution of the Richards equation with Marquardt-Levenberg optimization. The modified cone penetrometer was designed to inject water into a soil through a cylindrical(More)
321 H based on one-dimensional simulations of the vadose zone are routinely used to predict or study fl uxes of moisture, solutes, and energy at fi eld and watershed scales. For the results of these models to be useful, suffi ciently accurate soil hydraulic property inputs, namely the soil moisture retention and hydraulic conductivity curves, θ(h) and K(h),(More)
A small subsurface ion mobility spectrometer (SS-IMS) was constructed and tested with several environmental contaminants to determine its potential for monitoring gaseous volatile organic compounds in the vadose zone. Trichloroethylene (TCE) and tetrachloroethylene (PCE) were detected and separated in IMS for the first time. Detection limits as low as 1(More)
Although diffusion theory predicts that IMS resolving power increases with the square root of the voltage applied across the drift tube, in practice, there exists an optimum voltage above which resolving power decreases. This optimum voltage was determined to be both compound and initial ion pulse width dependent. A "conditional" resolving power equation is(More)
0022-1694/$ see front matter 2011 Elsevier B.V. A doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2011.08.003 ⇑ Corresponding author. Address: Department o University, Mailstop-1535, 1910 University Drive, B States. E-mail address: (J.P. Mc Thirteen noble gas samples were collected from eleven wells and two mountain springs in the Treasure Valley, Idaho, USA(More)
Three educational institutions in South Dakota are collaborating to develop pre-engineering courses to increase the enrollment and success of students transferring from Oglala Lakota College (OLC) to 4-year bachelor degree programs in science and engineering at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology (SDSMT) and South Dakota State University through a(More)