Roy Haggerty focuses on Hydrology, Hyporheic zone, Advection, Mass transfer and Residence time. His Hydrology study combines topics in areas such as Nutrient cycle and Residence time distribution. Roy Haggerty combines subjects such as Dissolved organic carbon, Nitrate and Sink with his study of Hyporheic zone.
The various areas that Roy Haggerty examines in his Mass transfer study include Work, Flow and Mineralogy. The concepts of his Residence time study are interwoven with issues in Hydrology and Power law. His research in Aquifer focuses on subjects like Mechanics, which are connected to Test method.
Hydrology, Mass transfer, Hyporheic zone, STREAMS and Groundwater are his primary areas of study. His Hydrology research incorporates themes from Riparian zone and Residence time distribution. His work deals with themes such as Range, Mineralogy and Advection, which intersect with Mass transfer.
He has researched Hyporheic zone in several fields, including Soil science, Dissolved organic carbon, Nitrate and Piezometer. His STREAMS research also works with subjects such as
His primary areas of investigation include Hydrology, Groundwater, Riparian zone, Hyporheic zone and STREAMS. Roy Haggerty combines subjects such as Total organic carbon and Dissolved organic carbon with his study of Hydrology. His studies deal with areas such as Residence time, Sediment and Surface water as well as Groundwater.
His Riparian zone research includes themes of Storm flow, Drainage basin, Stream temperature and Hydrology. His Hyporheic zone research incorporates elements of Diel vertical migration and Daytime. Roy Haggerty works mostly in the field of STREAMS, limiting it down to topics relating to Carbon dioxide and, in certain cases, Environmental engineering.
Roy Haggerty mainly focuses on Hydrology, Groundwater, Climate change, STREAMS and Residence time. His research on Hydrology frequently links to adjacent areas such as Carbon dioxide. He mostly deals with Hyporheic zone in his studies of Groundwater.
His research integrates issues of Stream temperature, Riparian forest, Riparian zone and Environmental resource management in his study of Climate change. His research in STREAMS intersects with topics in Watershed, Watershed area, Total organic carbon, Particulates and Dissolved organic carbon. In his work, Roy Haggerty performs multidisciplinary research in Residence time and Residence.
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Multiple‐Rate Mass Transfer for Modeling Diffusion and Surface Reactions in Media with Pore‐Scale Heterogeneity
Roy Haggerty;Steven M. Gorelick.
Water Resources Research (1995)
Moving beyond heterogeneity and process complexity: A new vision for watershed hydrology
J J McDonnell;J J McDonnell;M Sivapalan;K Vache;S Dunn.
Water Resources Research (2007)
On the late‐time behavior of tracer test breakthrough curves
Roy Haggerty;Sean A. McKenna;Lucy C. Meigs.
Water Resources Research (2000)
Dynamics of nitrate production and removal as a function of residence time in the hyporheic zone
Jay P. Zarnetske;Roy D. Haggerty;Steven M. Wondzell;Michelle A. Baker.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2011)
Power-law residence time distribution in the hyporheic zone of a 2nd-order mountain stream
Roy Haggerty;Steven M. Wondzell;Matthew A. Johnson.
Geophysical Research Letters (2002)
Coupled transport and reaction kinetics control the nitrate source-sink function of hyporheic zones
Jay P. Zarnetske;Roy Haggerty;Steven M. Wondzell;Vrushali A. Bokil.
Water Resources Research (2012)
Tracer tests in a fractured dolomite: 2. Analysis of mass transfer in single‐well injection‐withdrawal tests
Roy Haggerty;Sean W. Fleming;Lucy C. Meigs;Sean A. McKenna.
Water Resources Research (2001)
A modelling study of hyporheic exchange pattern and the sequence, size, and spacing of stream bedforms in mountain stream networks, Oregon, USA
Michael N. Gooseff;Justin K. Anderson;Steven M. Wondzell;Justin LaNier.
Hydrological Processes (2006)
Simplified Method of “Push‐Pull” Test Data Analysis for Determining In Situ Reaction Rate Coefficients
R. Haggerty;M.H. Schroth;J.D. Istok.
Ground Water (1998)
Comparing transient storage modeling and residence time distribution (RTD) analysis in geomorphically varied reaches in the Lookout Creek basin, Oregon, USA
Michael N. Gooseff;Steve M. Wondzell;Roy Haggerty;Justin Anderson.
Advances in Water Resources (2003)
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