Fellow of the Geological Society of America
Jeffrey M. McKenzie spends much of his time researching Hydrology, Groundwater, Climate change, Watershed and Groundwater flow. His Hydrology study incorporates themes from Soil science and Flow. His research on Groundwater focuses in particular on Groundwater discharge.
The concepts of his Watershed study are interwoven with issues in Glacier, Water use, Agriculture and Water resources. His Glacier research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Dry season, Seasonality and Hydrograph. His work investigates the relationship between Groundwater flow and topics such as Permafrost that intersect with problems in Climatology and Temperate climate.
His main research concerns Hydrology, Groundwater, Glacier, Hydrology and Permafrost. His Hydrology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Peat and Climate change. While the research belongs to areas of Groundwater, Jeffrey M. McKenzie spends his time largely on the problem of Structural basin, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Dry season.
His Glacier research integrates issues from Drainage basin, Discharge and Glacial period. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Geomorphology and Global change. The Permafrost study which covers Groundwater model that intersects with Soil science.
Jeffrey M. McKenzie spends much of his time researching Hydrology, Groundwater, Permafrost, Glacier and Earth science. As part of his studies on Hydrology, Jeffrey M. McKenzie frequently links adjacent subjects like Global warming. His research in Groundwater intersects with topics in Hydrogeology, Fossil fuel, Energy balance and Surface water.
Jeffrey M. McKenzie combines subjects such as Groundwater model, Groundwater flow, Subsurface flow and Arctic with his study of Permafrost. His study on Glacier also encompasses disciplines like
His primary areas of study are Hydrology, Groundwater, Permafrost, Surface water and Glacier. His study in Watershed, Groundwater recharge, Groundwater discharge and Water resources is carried out as part of his studies in Hydrology. Jeffrey M. McKenzie interconnects Diurnal temperature variation, Pore water pressure and Remote sensing in the investigation of issues within Groundwater.
His Surface water study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Infiltration, Subgrade, Geotechnical engineering, Levee and Subsurface flow. Jeffrey M. McKenzie has researched Glacier in several fields, including Dry season, Climate change and Atmospheric sciences. His Groundwater flow research includes elements of Mechanics and Computer simulation.
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Glacier recession and water resources in Peru's Cordillera Blanca
Michel Baraër;Bryan G. Mark;Jeffrey M. Mckenzie;Thomas Condom.
Journal of Glaciology (2012)
Groundwater flow with energy transport and water-ice phase change: Numerical simulations, benchmarks, and application to freezing in peat bogs
Jeffrey M. McKenzie;Clifford I. Voss;Donald I. Siegel.
Advances in Water Resources (2007)
Glacier recession and human vulnerability in the Yanamarey watershed of the Cordillera Blanca, Peru
Jeffrey T. Bury;Bryan G. Mark;Jeffrey M. McKenzie;Adam French.
Climatic Change (2011)
Using high-resolution distributed temperature sensing to quantify spatial and temporal variability in vertical hyporheic flux
Martin A. Briggs;Laura K. Lautz;Jeffrey M. McKenzie;Ryan P. Gordon.
Water Resources Research (2012)
Automated calculation of vertical pore-water flux from field temperature time series using the VFLUX method and computer program
Ryan P. Gordon;Laura K. Lautz;Martin A. Briggs;Jeffrey M. McKenzie.
Journal of Hydrology (2012)
Climate Change and Tropical Andean Glacier Recession: Evaluating Hydrologic Changes and Livelihood Vulnerability in the Cordillera Blanca, Peru
Bryan G. Mark;Jeffrey Bury;Jeffrey M. McKenzie;Adam French.
Annals of The Association of American Geographers (2010)
Climate change impacts on groundwater and soil temperatures in cold and temperate regions: Implications, mathematical theory, and emerging simulation tools
Barret L. Kurylyk;Kerry T.B. MacQuarrie;Jeffrey M. McKenzie.
Earth-Science Reviews (2014)
New Geographies of Water and Climate Change in Peru: Coupled Natural and Social Transformations in the Santa River Watershed
Jeffrey Bury;Bryan G. Mark;Mark Carey;Kenneth R. Young.
Annals of The Association of American Geographers (2013)
Exchange of groundwater and surface-water mediated by permafrost response to seasonal and long term air temperature variation
Shemin Ge;Jeffrey McKenzie;Clifford Voss;Qingbai Wu.
Geophysical Research Letters (2011)
Toward hydro-social modeling: Merging human variables and the social sciences with climate-glacier runoff models (Santa River, Peru)
Mark Carey;Michel Baraer;Bryan G. Mark;Adam French.
Journal of Hydrology (2014)
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