Jovanovic, D., T. Jovanovic*, A. Mejía, J. Hathaway, E. Daly (2018), Technical note: Long-term memory loss of urban streams as a metric for catchment classification, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, in-press.
Lant, C., J. Baggio, M. Konar, A. Meija, B. Ruddell, R. Rushforth, J. Sabo, and T. Troy (2018), The U.S. food-energy-water system: A blueprint to fill the mesoscale gap for science and decision-making, Ambio, in-press.
Jovanovic*, T., F. Sun, T. Mahjabin, and A. Mejia (2018), Disentangling the effects of climate and urban growth on streamflow for sustainable urban development: A stochastic approach to flow regime attribution, Landscape and Urban Planning, in-press.
Zarzar, C.M., H. Hosseiny, R. Siddique*, M. Gomez*, V. Smith, A. Mejia, and J. Dyer (2018), A hydraulic multi-model ensemble framework for visualizing flood inundation uncertainty, Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA), in-press, doi: 10.1111/1752-1688.12656.
Sharma*, S., et al. (2018), Relative effects of statistical preprocessing and postprocessing on a regional hydrological ensemble prediction system, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, in-press.
Sinha, P., J.D. Fuentes, M.E. Mann, A. Mejia, L. Ning, W. Sun, T. He, and J. Obeysekera (2018), Downscaled rainfall projections in south Florida using self-organizing maps, Science of the Total Environment, in-press.
Gall, H., D. Schultz, T. Veith, S. Goslee, A. Mejia, C. Harman, C. Raj, and P. Patterson (2017), The effects of disproportional load contributions on quantifying vegetated filter strip sediment trapping efficiencies, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, in-press.
Collischonn, W., A. Fleischmann, R.C.D. Paiva and A. Mejia (2017), Hydraulic causes for basin hydrograph
skewness, Water Resources Research, 53, doi: 10.1002/2017WR021543.
Siddique*, R. and A. Mejia (2017), Ensemble streamflow forecasting across the U.S. middle Atlantic region with a distributed hydrological model forced by GEFS reforecasts, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 18(7), 1905-1928.
Ahams*, I.C., S. Garcia*, W. Paterson*, R. Rushforth, B.L. Ruddell, and A. Mejia (2017), Water footprint of 65 mid- to large-sized U.S. cities and their metropolitan areas, Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA), 53(5), 1147-1163, doi: 10.1111/1752-1688.12563.
Sanzana, P., J. Gironas, I. Braud, F. Branger, F. Rodriguez, X. Vargas, N. Hitschfeld, J.F. Muñoz, S. Vicuña, A. Mejía, S. Jankowfsky (2017), A GIS-based urban and peri-urban landscape representation toolbox for hydrological distributed modeling, Environmental Modelling & Software, 91, 168-185, doi: 10.1016/j.envsoft.2017.01.022.
Yang*, X., S. Sharma*, R. Siddique*, S. Greybush, A. Mejia (2017), Postprocessing of GEFS precipitation ensemble reforecasts over the U.S. middle Atlantic region, Monthly Weather Review, 145, 1641-1658, doi: 10.1175/MWR-D-16-0251.1.
Sharma*, S., R. Siddique*, N. Balderas*, J. D. Fuentes, S. Reed, P. Ahnert, R. Shedd, B. Astifan, R. Cabrera, A. Laing, M. Klein, and A. Mejia (2017), Eastern U.S. verification of ensemble precipitation forecasts, Weather and Forecasting, 32, 117–139, doi: 10.1175/WAF-D-16-0094.1.
Kreibich, H., T. Krueger, A. Van Loon, A. Mejia, J. Liu, H. McMillan, and A. Castellarin (2016), Scientific debate of Panta Rhei research – how to advance our knowledge of changes in hydrology and society?, Hydrological Sciences Journal, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02626667.2016.1209929.
Jovanovic*, T., S. Garcia*, H. Gall, and A. Mejía (2016), Complexity as a streamflow metric of hydrologic alteration, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, doi:10.1007/s00477-016-1315-6.
Pavlovic, S., S. Perica, M. St Laurent, and A. Mejía (2016), Intercomparison of selected fixed-area areal reduction factor methods, Journal of Hydrology, 537, 419-430.
McMillan, H. et al. (2016), Panta Rhei 2013-2015: Global perspectives on hydrology, society and change, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 61(7), 1174-1191.
Jovanovic*, T., A. Mejía, H. Gall, and J. Gironás (2016), Effect of urbanization on the long-term persistence of streamflow records, Physica A, 447, 208-221.
Mejía, A., F. Rossel*, J. Gironás, and T. Jovanovic* (2015), Anthropogenic controls from urban growth on flow regimes, Advances in Water Resources, 84, 125-135.
Siddique*, R., A. Mejia, J. Brown, S. Reed, and P. Anhert (2015), Verification of precipitation forecasts from two numerical weather prediction models in the Middle Atlantic region of the USA: A precursory analysis to hydrologic forecasting, Journal of Hydrology, 529(3), 1390-1406.
Paterson*, W., R. Rushforth, B.L. Ruddell, M. Konar, I.C. Ahams*, J. Gironás, A. Mijic, A. Mejia (2015), Water footprint of cities: A review and suggestions for future research, Sustainability, 7, 8461-8490.
Rossel*, F., J. Gironás, A. Mejía, A. Rinaldo, and F. Rodriguez (2014), Spatial characterization of catchment dispersion mechanisms in an urban context, Advances in Water Resources, 74(0), 290-301.
Mejia, A., E. Daly, F. Rossel*, T. Jovanovic*, and J. Gironas (2014), A stochastic model of streamflow for urbanized basins, Water Resources Research, 50, 1984–2001, doi:10.1002/2013WR014834.
Mejia, A. (2013), Scaling of the network instantaneous response function from basin geomorphology and hydraulic geometry, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 18(12), 1786–1789.
2015 Best Technical Note Award, ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering.
Mejia, A. I. (2013), Assessment of hydrologic controls on the applicability of routing methods, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 18(8), 948–957.
Mejia, A. I., and S. M. Reed (2011), Role of channel and floodplain cross-section geometry in the basin response, Water Resources Research, 47, W09518, doi:10.1029/2010WR010375.
Balcerak, E. (2011), Channel cross-section geometry affects basin response, Eos Transactions AGU, 92(45), doi:10.1029/2011EO450017.
Mejia, A. I., and S. M. Reed (2011), Evaluating the effects of simplified routing and parameterized cross section shapes with a coupled distributed hydrologic and hydraulic model, Journal of Hydrology, 409, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2011.08.050.
Mejía, A. I., and G. E. Moglen (2010), Impact of the spatial distribution of imperviousness on the hydrologic response of an urbanizing basin, Hydrological Processes, 24(23), doi:10.1002/hyp.7755.
Mejía, A. I., and G. E. Moglen (2010), Spatial distribution of imperviousness and the space-time variability of rainfall, runoff generation, and routing, Water Resources Research, 46, W07509, doi:10.1029/2009WR008568.
Mejía, A. I., and G. E. Moglen (2009), Spatial patterns of urban development from optimization of flood peaks and imperviousness-based measures, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 14(4), doi:10.1061/(ASCE)1084-0699.
Mejía, A. I., and J. D. Niemann (2008), Identification and characterization of dendritic, parallel, pinnate, trellis, and rectangular drainage networks based on deviations from planform self-similarity, Journal of Geophysical Research, 113, F02015, doi:10.1029/2007JF000781.
Mejia, A., T. Jovanovic, and S. Pavlovic (2016), Orinoco River Basin, Chapter 96, in Handbook of Applied Hydrology, Second edition, Editor-in-Chief Professor Vijay Singh, McGraw-Hill.
Guo, Y., P. Daeryong, A. Mejia, J. Gironas, and L. Roesner (2017), Probabilistic models for urban stormwater management, Chapter 12, in Applications of Statistical Distributions in Hydrologic Sciences and Engineering, ASCE monograph, in-press.