Hydrologic process discovery through field experimentation, data synthesis, and modeling. Development of models for simulation and prediction of hydrologic processes and mass transport processes. Assessing the impact of landuse activities on the hydrology and water quality of ground water, streams, lakes, and wetlands.
BBE 4013: Transport in Biological Systems
BBE 5095: Impaired Waters Assessments
Bakker, M. and J.L. NIEBER, 2004. Analytic element modeling of cylindrical drains and cylindrical inhomogeneities in steady two-dimensional unsaturated flow, Vadose Zone J., 3: 1038-1049.
Bakker, M. and J.L. NIEBER, 2005. Two-dimensional steady unsaturated flow through embedded elliptical layers, Water Resour. Res., 40: W12406, woi:10.1029/2004WR0032995
Egorov, A., R. Dautov, J.L. NIEBER, and A. Sheshukov, 2003. Stability analysis of gravity-driven infiltrating flow, Water Resour. Res.. 39: doi:10. 1029/2002WR001886
NIEBER, J.L., R. Dautov, A. Egorov, and A. Shehsukov, 2005. Dynamic capillary pressure mechanism for gravity-driven flows; review and extension to dry conditions, Transport in Porous Media, 58: 147-172.
NIEBER, J.L., T.S. Steenhuis, T. Walter, and M. Bakker, 2006. Enhancement of seepage and lateral preferential flow by biopores on hillslopes, Biologia, 61: S225-S228 Suppl. 19, 2006
Van Eertwegh, G.A.P.H, J. L Nieber, P.G.B De Louw, H.A. Van Hardeveld, and R. Bakkum, 2006. Impacts of drainage activities for clay soils on hydrology and solute loads to surface water, Irrig. And Drain., 55:235-245.