Eve-Lyn Hinckley

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Hess, L. J. T., Eve-Lyn Hinckley, Robertson, P., Matson, P. A. 2020: Rainfall intensification increases nitrate leaching from tilled but not no-till cropping systems in the U.S. Midwest. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 290: article 106747. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2019.106747

Hess, L. J. T., Eve-Lyn Hinckley, Robertson, G. P., Hamilton, S. K., Matson, P. A. 2018: Rainfall intensification enhances deep percolation and soil water content in tilled and no-till cropping systems of the US Midwest. Vadose Zone Journal, 17: article 180128. DOI: 10.2136/vzj2018.07.0128

Pelletier, J. D., Barron-Gafford, G. A., Gutierrez-Jurado, H., Eve-Lyn HinckleyIstanbulluoglu, E., McGuire, L. A., Niu, G.-Y, Poulos, M. J., Rasmussen, C., Richardson, P., Swetnam, T. L., Tucker, G. E. 2018: Which way do you lean? Using slope aspect variations to understand Critical Zone processes and feedbacks. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 43(5): 1133-1154. DOI: 10.1002/esp.4306

Weathers, K., Groffman, P., Van Dolah, E., Bernhardt, E., Grimm, N., McMahon, K., Schimel, J., Paolisso, M., Maranger, R., Baer, S., Brauman, K., Eve-Lyn Hinckley 2016: Frontiers in ecosystem ecology from a community perspective: The future is boundless and bright. Ecosystems, 19(5): 753-770. DOI: 10.1007/s10021-016-9967-0

Thorpe, A. T., Barnett, D. T., Elmendorf, S. C., Eve-Lyn Hinckley, Hoekman, D., Jones, K. D., LeVan, K. E., Meier, C. L., Stanish, L., Thibault, K. M. 2016: Introduction to the sampling designs of the National Ecological Observatory Network Terrestrial Observation System. Ecosphere, 7(12): article e01627. DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.1627

Eve-Lyn Hinckley, Bonan, G. B., Bowen, G. J., Colman, B. P., Paul Duffy, P. A., Goodale, C. L., Houlton, B. Z., Marin-Spiotta, E., Ogle, K., Ollinger, S. V., Paul, E. A., Vitousek, P. M., Weathers, K. C., Williams, D. G. 2016: The soil and plant biogeochemistry sampling design for The National Ecological Observatory Network. Ecosphere, 7(3): article e01234. DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.1234

Eve-Lyn Hinckley 2015: Fate of sulfur fungicide in the vineyard and beyond. Practical Winery and Vineyard, May issue.

Eve-Lyn Hinckley, Barnes, R. T., Williams, M. W., Suzanne Anderson, Bernasconi, S. 2014: Nitrogen retention and transport differ by hillslope aspect at the rain-snow transition in the Colorado Front Range. Journal of Geophysical Research—Biogeosciences, 119(7): 1281-1296. DOI: 10.1002/2013JG002588

Kao, R. H., Gibson, C. M., Gallery, R. E., Meier, C., Barnett, D. T., Docherty, K. M., Blevins, K. K., Travers, P. D., Azuaje, E., Springer, Y., Thibault, K., McKenzie, V. J., Keller, M., Alves, L., Eve-Lyn Hinckley, Parnell, J., Schimel, D. 2012: NEON terrestrial field observations: Designing continental-scale, standardized sampling. Ecosphere, 3: article 115. DOI: 10.1890/ES12-00196.1

Ebel, B. A., Eve-Lyn Hinckley, Martin, D. A. 2012: Soil-water dynamics and unsaturated storage during snowmelt following wildfire. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 16(5): 1401-1417. DOI: 10.5194/hess-16-1401-2012

Eve-Lyn Hinckley 2012: Tracking lost irrigation water. Practical Winery and Vineyard, Summer 2012.

Nicholas, K. A., Eve-Lyn Hinckley 2011: Conducting research on private farms and ranches: Approaches, issues, and tips. Journal of Extension, 49(6): 6TOT11.

Eve-Lyn Hinckley, Fendorf, S., Matson, P. 2011: Short-term fates of high sulfur inputs in Northern California vineyard soils. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems, 89(1): 135-142.

Eve-Lyn Hinckley, Matson, P. A. 2011: Transformations, transport, and potential unintended consequences of high sulfur inputs to Napa Valley vineyards. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108(34): 14005-14010. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1110741108

Eve-Lyn Hinckley, Kendall, C., Loague, K. 2008: Not all water becomes wine: Sulfur inputs as an opportune tracer of hydrochemical losses from vineyards. Water Resources Research, 44(7): W00401. DOI: 10.1029/2007WR006672

Eve-Lyn Hinckley, Neill, C., McHorney, R., Lezberg, A. 2001: Nitrogen retention in the vadose zone and aquifer under a coastal Massachusetts forest. Biological Bulletin, 201(2): 288-290.