GUIDO DANIEL SALVUCCI                                                                        Department of Earth Sciences

                                                                                                     Department of Geography & Environment 

                                                                                                                           College of Arts and Sciences

                                                                                                                            685 Commonwealth Avenue

                                                                                                                                           Boston University

                                                                                                                                         Boston, MA  02215

                                                                                                                                           gdsalvuc@bu.edu

Principal Fields of Interest:

 

     Vadose zone hydrology:  land surface water and energy balance processes;

     groundwater-vadose zone interactions; analytical descriptions of infiltration,

     drainage and evaporation processes.

 

     Remote sensing:  estimation of  evapotranspiration and water budget at large scales; 

 

     Stochastic  hydrology: spatial and temporal aggregation and disaggregation of hydrologic fields;

     measurement-model scale discrepancies; hypothesis testing in land-atmosphere interactions.

 

     Hydroclimatology:  coupled atmospheric water  and energy  balance processes

 

Education:

Ph.D., Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (Hydrology).  Massachusetts Institute

of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts.  May, 1994. Thesis Title: Hillslope and

Climatic Controls on Hydrologic Fluxes.  Thesis Advisor: Dara Entekhabi

 

       M.S., Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (Hydrology and Hydroclimatology). 

            Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1992.

 

B.S., Department of Applied Science (Atmospheric Fluid Dynamics). New York University, New

     York, New York. 1989

 

B.E., Department of Civil Engineering (Water Resources and Hydrology).  The Cooper Union for

     the Advancement of Arts and Science, New York, New York. 1989

 

Employment:

       Professor, Joint Appointment in the Departments of Geography and Earth Science,

            Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, September, 2005 ­ present.

 

       Associate Professor with Tenure, Joint Appointment in the Departments of Geography and Earth Science,

            Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, September, 2000 ­ August, 2005.

 

       Assistant Professor, Joint Appointment in the Departments of Geography and Earth Science,

            Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, September, 1994 ­ August, 2000

 

Awards and Honors:

       James B. Macelwane Medal of the American Geophysical Union, 2003.

 

       Fellow of the American Geophysical Union, 2003.

 

       Editor¹s Award,  Journal of Hydrometeorology, American Meteorological Society, 2005.

 

       Dean¹s Teaching Recognition Award, College of Arts and Sciences, 2000.

 

       Recipient of National Aeronautics and Space Administration  New Investigator Program grant, 1996.

 

 

Visiting Appointments:

 

Visiting Scholar, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of

            Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts. September 2000 ­ August 2001

 

       Lecturer, Vadose Zone Hydrology:  Issues at the Boundary Between Groundwater and Surface

            Water, Short Course, June, 1998, Institute of Hydraulics, University of Perugia, Italy.

 

       Visiting Researcher, CSIRO Division of Water Resources, Canberra, ACT, AU, July-August, 1995.

 

Teaching Experience:

 

       Water Resources and Environment, Department of Geography, College of Arts and

             Sciences, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

       Introduction to Hydrogeology and Aquatic Chemistry, Department of Earth Sciences,

             College of Arts and Sciences, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

       Models for Hydrologic Analysis, Department of Geography, College of Arts and Sciences,

             Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

       Dynamic Landsurface Hydrology, Departments of Earth Sciences and Geography, College

             of Arts and Sciences, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

Introduction to Quantitative Environmental Modeling, Department of Geography, College

      of Arts and Sciences, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

       Geodynamics of the Earth II: Fluids and Fluid Transport, Departments of  Earth  Sciences

             Geography, College of Arts and Sciences, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

       Vadose Zone Hydrology:  Issues at the Boundary Between Groundwater and Surface

             Water, Short Course, June 22 - June 27, 1998, Institute of Hydraulics, University of Perugia,

            Italy.

 

Academic Service:

 

       Chair, Department of Earth Sciences, Boston University, College of Arts and

            Sciences, September  2005- present.

 

       Associate Chair, Department of Geography, Boston University, College of Arts and

            Sciences, September,   2003- August,  2005.

 

       College Appointment, Promotion and Tenure  Committee, Boston University, College of Arts and

            Sciences, September  2002- December  2002.

 

       University Appointment, Promotion and Tenure  Committee, Boston University,

            June  2004- May  2005.

 

       Academic Policy Committee, Boston University, College of Arts and Sciences, September 1995-

             August 1997

 

       Environmental Science Faculty Advisory  Committee, Center for Energy and     Environmental

             Studies, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, September 1994-present.

 

       Various Committees (Searches, Curriculum, Library etc), Departments of Earth Sciences and Geography,

            Boston University, College of  Arts and Sciences, September 1994-present

 

 

Professional Service:

 

       Associate Editor for AGU¹s Water Resources Research,   1998-2001.

 

       Editorial Board for Advances in Water Resources,  2000-present

 

       Proposal Review Panel  National Science Foundation Earth Sciences Division, Hydrology Program

             (Twice per year, 2003-2005)

 

       Proposal Review Panel  National Aeronautics and Space Administration GEWEX panel (1997)

 

       Fellows Selection Committee of the Hydrology Section of the American Geophysical Union,

            2004 ­ 2006

 

       Editorial Search Committee for Journal of Geophysical Research D of the American Geophysical Union,

            2004

 

       Committee Member, ŒCommittee on Strategic Advice on the U.S. Climate Change Science Program,

            National Research Council,  2006-2009.

 

       Panelist, ³Groundwater Fluxes Across Interfaces², workshop held by the National Research Council

            Committee on Hydrologic Sciences, Egg Harbor Wisconsin, 5/12/2002-5/15/2002.

 

       Panelist, ³Review of GEWEX Americas Prediction Project (GAPP) Science and Implementation Plan²,

            workshop held by the National Research Council  Board of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate, 

            March-June, 2005.

 

       Science Steering Group, NASA Water Cycle Initiative, July 2001-July 2002.

 

       Surface Water Committee of the Hydrology Section of the American Geophysical Union,

            July 1994 - present

      

       Chair of special session: ³Scaling in time and space, methodological approaches², at the Catchment 

            Scale Hydrologic Modeling and Data Assimiliation Workshop, Princeton University,

            Princeton, NJ,  October 26, 2004

 

       Standing Committee on Hydrologic Science, Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of

            Hydrologic Science, Inc. (CUAHSI), Jan 2002-present.

 

       Working Group and chair of science subcommittee for the NSF initiated Consortium for Hydrologic

            Research, Jan-March 2001.

 

       Scientific Technical Committee and Session Chair for AGU Chapman Conference State-of-

            the-Art in Hillslope Hydrology,  Sunriver Oregon, October 8-12, 2001

 

       Co-Convener and Co-Chair of special session: Diagnosing and Modeling Rate-Limiting Processes in

            Soil Hydrology, at the Spring 2000 meeting of the American Geophysical Union

 

       Co-Convener and Co-Chair of special session: Sources of variation of soil moisture, at the Spring

            1998 meeting of the American Geophysical Union

 

       Chair of special session: Coupled land and atmospheric processes,  at the 13th Conference on

            Hydrology at the February 1997 annual meeting of the American Meteorological Society

 

       Co-Convener and Co-Chair of special session: The role of unchanneled flows, soil moisture

     content, and rain variability in the formation of floods, at the Spring 1995 meeting of  the

     American Geophysical Union

 

       Manuscript Reviewer for Water Resources Research, American Society of Civil Engineers Journal

            of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, Geophysical Research Letters, Advances in Water

             Resources, Geology, Journal of Coastal Research, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, United

            States Geological Survey Water Resources Division Manuscript Reviews, Hydrological Processes,

            Journal of Hydrometeorology, Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres, Journal of

            Hydrology, Groundwater.

 

       Proposal Reviewer for National Science Foundation, National Aeronautics and Space

            Administration, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U. S. Army Research

             Office

 

 

 

Professional Accreditation:

 

       Engineer in Training, New York State.  1989

 

Professional Society Affiliation:

 

       American Geophysical Union

 

       American Meteorological Society

 

Graduate Student Advisees (First Reader)

 

completed:

 

       Michael R. Ravella, M.A., 1998.: Thesis Title: Field Observations of the Relation Between Near

            Surface Soil Moisture and the Similar Media Parameter Alpha.

 

       Etsuko Amano, M.A., 1997.:  Thesis Title:  Estimation of Interstorm Soil-Limited Evaporation over

             Bare and Sparsely Vegetated Surfaces Using Remote Sensing.

 

       Thambirajah Saravanapavan, MA, 1999.:  Thesis Title: Analysis of rate-limiting processes in soil

            evaporation with implications for soil resistance models.

 

       John B. Levine, Ph.D., 2002:  Thesis Title:  Coupled saturated-unsaturated  zone modeling of

            hydrologic processes

 

       Hideki Kanamaru, Ph.D., 2002:  Thesis Title:  Diagnostic Study of Atmospheric Water and Energy

            Budgets from Observations and Atmospheric General Circulation Models.

 

       Vania Toninelli, Ph.D., 2003:  (co-advised) Student at Polytechnic Institute of Milan: 

            Thesis Title:  Parameter  Estimation of Water Balance Models.

 

       Jennifer Saleem, Ph.D., 2005: Thesis Title:  Observational analyses of hydrologic scaling:  The roles of

            heterogeneity and non-local interaction as inferred from soil moisture and precipitation data

           

       Mutlu Ozdogan, Ph.D., 2005:  The effect of irrigation on the regional hydroclimatology of southern

            Turkey.

 

 

current:

 

       Corey Pettijohn, Ph.D.:  Thesis Topic:  Land-atmosphere evaporation feedback processes.

            (expected completion of Ph.D., 5/31/07).

 

Funded Principal-Investigator Proposals:

 

 

       Salvucci, G.D (BU-PI) and D. Entekhabi (MIT-PI),  Estimation of evaporation efficiency linking water

            and energy balance based on remotely sensed measurements, National Aeronautics and Space

            Administration (NEWS program), 5/1/06-4/31/09, $599,434 (BU portion $ 269,285)

 

       Salvucci, G.D., New scale appropriate diagnostics for evaluating land surface parameterizations and

            water balance using remotely sensed data, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (GWEC)

            2/15/02-2/14/05,  $280,000.

 

       Salvucci, G.D.,  C. Woodcock, M.A. Friedl, and B. Anderson, The effects of agricultural expansion on

            regional hydrology in Southeastern Turkey,  National Aeronautics and Space Administration (LCLU)

            8/15/01-8/14/04, $541,982.

 

Salvucci, G.D., Scale dependence in water balance sensitivity to soil moisture,  National Science

     Foundation, Division of Earth Sciences, Hydrologic Sciences Program,  8/1/00-7/31/03, $184,616,

     Sole-Principal Investigator

 

Salvucci, G.D., Direct estimation of the form and scale-dependence of soil moisture control on land

     surface water balance, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Land Surface Hydrology

     Program,  8/1/99-7/31/00, $50,000, Sole-Principal Investigator        

 

       Salvucci, G.D., Thermal and hydrologic signatures of soil controls on evaporation:  A combined

            water and energy balance approach with implications for remote sensing of evaporation,  

            National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Mission to Planet Earth, 7/1/96-6/30/00,

            $286,917, Sole-Principal Investigator

 

       Salvucci, G.D., Integrated modeling of groundwater, unsaturated zone, and surface hydrologic processes

            over prairie topography, National Science Foundation, Division of Earth Sciences, Hydrologic

            Sciences Program,  8/1/97-7/31/99, $51,412, Sole-Principal Investigator

 

       Salvucci, G.D., Direct use of satellite remote sensing in the estimation of hydrologic transports,

             National Aeronautics and Space Administration 5/1/98-4/31/01, $131,000, Boston

            University Principal Investigator, Project is Parallel Submission with D. Entekhabi,

            Principal Investigator and R.L. Bras, Co-Investigator, at Massachusetts Institute of Technology,

 

 

 

Funded Co-Investigator Proposals:

 

       Woodcock, C.E., F. El Baz, C. Cleveland, M. Friedl, S. Gopal, R. Kaufmann, J. Key, D.        Dye, R.

            Myneni, G.D. Salvucci, and A. Strahler, Center for Excellence in Remote Sensing at Boston

            University, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1/1/98-12/31/98, $380,000.

 

       Moghaddam, M. (PI), S. Sorooshian, S. Wofsy, R. Cuenca. E. Rodriguez, D. Entekhabi, S. Saatchi, G.

            Salvucci, R. Yahya, and D. Moller, Dual low frequency radar for soil moisture under vegetation and

            at depth, Instrument Incubator Program,  National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 9/1/01-

            8/31/04, $4,015,000. (BU Subcontract is $64,256)

 

       Phillips, N. , G.D. Salvucci and M.A. Friedl, Vegetation Control of Ecohydrologic  Processes, National

            Science Foundation, Division of Earth Sciences, Water Cycle Program, 1/1/03-12/31/05, $338,412.

 

       Anderson, B., and G.D. Salvucci,  Proposal to perform event-based studies of interannual variations in

             Summertime precipitation over the southwestern United States, National Oceanic and Atmospheric

            Administration, 1/1/03-12/31/05, $259,047.

 

Proposals as Collaborator:

 

      Kurtz, A, Silica sources and water  flowpaths in a tropical watershed: a combined Ge/Si,

               oxygen isotope, and hydrometric  study, National Science Foundation, Division of Earth

                Sciences,  Hydrologic Sciences Program,  2006-2008, $162,500

 

 

 

 

Journal Publications:

(** denotes student advisee)

 

Working Papers (In  Progress)

 

       Salvucci, G.D., **M. Gioioso, and **V. Toninnelli, Estimating model error from the nonstationarity of

            model  increments:  1. Application to parameter  estimation of water  and energy balance.

 

       Salvucci, G.D., Depth-sampling frequency tradeoffs in using soil moisture to estimate water balance

 

 

In  Review

 

 

 

Undergoing Major Revision

 

       Ravella, **M.R., and G.D. Salvucci, Field observations of the influence of similar-media

     heterogeneity on near surface soil moisture during wetting and drying events.

 

       Kanamaru, **H., and G. D. Salvucci, The roles of eddy moisture flux and low-level  jets for the moisture

     budget over the central United States, Journal of Geophysical Research, Atmospheres.

 

Publication pending Minor Revision

 

       Pettijohn, J. C.**,  and G. D. Salvucci,  An evaluation of complementary relationship assumptions,

            submitted to Water Resources Research

 

In Press

 

       Ozdogan, **M., C. Woodcock, G.D. Salvucci, and H. Demir, Changes in summer irrigated crop area and

            water use in Southeastern Turkey: Implications for current and future water resources, Water

            Resources Management

 

       Ozdogan, **M., G. D. Salvucci , and B. Anderson,  Examination of the Bouchet-Morton

            complementary relationship using a mesoscale climate model and observations under a progressive

            irrigation scenario, Journal of Hydrometeorology.

 

       Wang, **J, B. Anderson, and G. D. Salvucci ,  Stochastic modeling of daily summertime rainfall over the

            Southwestern U.S. Part 1: interannual variability, in press, Journal of Hydrometeorology.

 

 

Published 

 

       Saleem, **J.A., and G. D. Salvucci, 2005: Investigating hydrologic scaling:  observed effects of

            heterogeneity and non-local processes across hillslope, watershed  and regional scales,

            Water Resources Research, 41, W11417, doi:10.1029/2005WR004032

 

       Wang, J,  Salvucci, G.D., and R.L. Bras 2004, An extremum  principle of evaporation,  Water Resources

            Research,40, W09303.

 

       Kanamaru, **H., Salvucci, G.D., and D. Entekhabi, 2004: Central United States atmospheric water and

            energy  budgets adjusted for diurnal sampling biases using top of atmosphere radiation, Journal of

            Climate 17(6), 2454-2465.

 

       Ozdogan, **M., and G. D. Salvucci, 2004:  Irrigation induced changes in potential evapotranspiration in

            Southeastern Turkey:  Test and application of Bouchet¹s complementary  hypothesis, Water

            Resources Research, 40, W040301.

 

       Kanamaru, **H., and G. D. Salvucci, 2003, Correcting wind induced errors in atmospheric water and

            energy  budgets with application to the Mississippi river basin, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 4(3),

            518-529.

 

       Salvucci, G.D., **J. A. Saleem, and R. Kaufmann, 2002: Investigating soil moisture feedbacks on

            precipitation with tests of Granger causality, Advances in Water Resources, 25, 1305-1312. (Invited

            paper for the 25th Anniversary Issue).

 

       Saleem, **J.A., and G. D. Salvucci, 2002: Comparison of soil wetness indices for inducing functional

            similarity of hydrologic response across sites in Illinois, in Journal of Hydrometeorology, 3, 80-91.

 

       Dong, **J.,  G.D. Salvucci, and R. Myneni, 2001: Improving numerical precision of simulated soil water

            fluxes in land surface models, Journal of Geophysical Research, 106(D13), 14,357-14,368.

 

Salvucci, G.D., and Levine, **J.B., 2001:  Influence of groundwater-vadose  zone interactions on the

     spatial distribution of hydrologic fluxes,   in  Spatial Patterns in Catchment

Hydrology - Observations and Modelling, Edited by R. Grayson and G. Blöschl , Cambridge University Press.

 

       Salvucci, G. D, 2001: Estimating the moisture dependence of root zone water loss using conditionally

            averaged precipitation,  Water Resources Research, 37(5), 1357-1366.

 

       Salvucci, G.D., and **C. Song,  2000: Derived distributions of storm depth and frequency conditioned

            on monthly total precipitation:  Adding value to historical and satellite-derived estimates of monthly

            precipitation, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 1(2), 113-120.

 

       Saravanapavan, **T., and G. D. Salvucci, 2000: Analysis of rate-limiting processes in soil

            evaporation with implications for soil resistance models, Advances in

            Water Resources, 23, 493-502.

 

       Levine, ** J.B., G.D. Salvucci,  1999: Characteristic rate and time scales of supply-limited transpiration

            under a Richards/Cowan framework, Water Resources Research, 35(12), 3947-3954.

 

       Kim, C.P., G.D. Salvucci, and D. Entekhabi, 1999: Groundwater-Surface water interaction over       

            simple hillslopes, Hydrology and Earth Systems Science,  3(3),  375-384.

 

 

       Levine, **J.B. and G.D. Salvucci,  1999. Equilibrium  analysis of groundwater-vadose zone

interactions and the resulting spatial distribution of hydrologic fluxes across

a Canadian prairie, Water Resources Research, 35(5), 1369-1383.

 

        Amano, **E., and G.D. Salvucci, 1999: Detection and use of three signatures of soil limited

            evaporation at FIFE, Remote Sensing of Environment, 67(1), 108-122.

 

Seely, **B., K. Lajtha, and G.D. Salvucci, 1998: Differences in N fluxes along a gradient of soil

     texture in a coastal forest ecosystem on Cape Cod, Biogeochemistry, 42(3), 325-343.

 

        Salvucci, G.D., 1998:  Limiting relations between soil moisture and texture with implications for

    measured, modeled and remotely sensed estimates, Geophysical Research Letters, 25(10), 1757-

    1760.

 

       Hatton, T.J., G.D. Salvucci, and H.Wu, 1997:  Eagleson's optimality theory of an ecohydrological

            equilibrium:  quo vadis ?, Functional Ecology, 11, 665-674.

 

       Salvucci, G.D., 1997: Soil and moisture independent estimation of stage-two evaporation from

            potential evaporation and albedo or surface temperature, Water Resources Research, 33(1), 111-

            122.

 

       Salvucci, G.D., 1996:  Series solution for Richards equation under concentration boundary

            conditions and uniform initial conditions, Water Resources Research,  32(8), 2401-2407.

 

       Salvucci, G.D. and D. Entekhabi, 1995:  Hillslope and climatic controls on hydrologic fluxes, Water

            Resources Research., 31(7), 1725-1739.

 

       Salvucci, G.D. and D. Entekhabi, 1995:  Ponded infiltration into soils bounded by a water table,

            Water Resources Research, 31(11), 2751-2759.

 

       Salvucci, G.D. and D. Entekhabi, 1994:  Explicit expression for Green-Ampt  (Delta function

            diffusivity) infiltration rate and cumulative storage, Water Resources Research, 30(9), 2661-

            2663.

 

       Salvucci, G.D. and D. Entekhabi, 1994:  Equivalent steady soil moisture profile and the time

            compression approximation in water balance modeling, Water Resources Research, 30(10),

            2737-2750.

 

       Salvucci, G.D. and D. Entekhabi, 1994:  Comparison of the Eagleson statistical-dynamical water

            balance model with numerical simulations, Water Resources Research., 30(10), 2751-2758.

 

       Gong, G., D. Entekhabi and G.D. Salvucci, 1994: Regional and seasonal estimates of spatial

            rainstorm coverage based on station precipitation observations,  Journal of Climate, 7(10), 1495-

            1505.

 

       Salvucci, G.D., 1993:  An approximate solution for steady vertical flux of moisture through an

            unsaturated homogeneous soil, Water Resources Research,  29(11),  3749-3753.

      

 

 

Conference and Seminar Contributions:

 

Invited

 

       Salvucci, G.D., Salvucci, G.D., ŒExamination of the Bouchet-Morton complementarity relationship

            throughout a period of increasing irrigation,  Annual Meeting, American Meteorological Society, 18th

            Conference , February 2006.

 

Salvucci, G.D., ŒExtension of a flux estimation methodology based on soil moisture conditional averaging

      to groundwater systems with application to estimation, model specification, and scaling of

      groundwater-surface interactions, Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2005.

 

Salvucci, G.D., ³New insights into the Bouchet-Morton Complementarity  Hypothesis², at the Third

      CNR-Princeton Workshop on New Frontiers in Hydrology, Princeton University, May 18-20, 2005

 

Salvucci, G.D., ³Estimating model error from the nonstationarity of model  increments:   Application to

      parameter  estimation of water  and energy balance models², Cornell University, Department of

      Biological and Environmental Engineering, October 14, 2005

 

Salvucci, G.D., ³Estimating model error from the nonstationarity of model  increments:   Application to

            parameter  estimation of water  and energy balance models,  University of Nevada at Reno, Department

            of Geological Sciences and the Desert Research Institute,  October 21, 2005

 

Salvucci, G.D., ³Estimating model error from the nonstationarity of model  increments:   Application to

            parameter  estimation of water  and energy balance models,  Stanford University, Department of

            Geological and Environmental Sciences, December 7, 2005

 

Salvucci, G.D., ³Exploiting Equilibrium Tendencies of  Soil Moisture Dynamics for Parameter

      Estimation,  Hypothesis Testing, and Scaling Studies², Tufts University,  Department of Civil and

      Environmental Engineering, April 21, 2004.

 

Salvucci, G.D., ³Exploiting Equilibrium Tendencies of  Soil Moisture Dynamics for Parameter

      Estimation,  Hypothesis Testing, and Scaling Studies², at the Second CNR-Princeton Workshop on

      New Frontiers in Hydrology, Capri, Italy, October 22, 2003.

 

Salvucci, G.D., ³Exploiting Equilibrium Tendencies of  Soil Moisture Dynamics for Parameter

      Estimation,  Hypothesis Testing, and Scaling Studies², Ralph M. Parsons Hydrology Seminar Series,

      Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,  May 8,

      2003.

 

Salvucci, G.D., ³Lateral Processes and Heterogeneity in the Scale Dependence of Water Balance 

      Sensitivity to Moisture², at the First CNR-Princeton Workshop on New Frontiers in Hydrology,

      Princeton University, October 23-25, 2002.

 

Salvucci, G.D., ³Hydrologic Modeling and Prediction Systems², at the Goddard Space Flight Center

      Summer Seminar Series, 6/14/2002.

 

       Salvucci, G.D., J. A. Saleem, and R. Kaufmann, Investigating soil moisture feedbacks on precipitation

      with tests of Granger causality, at session ³Land-Atmosphere Interactions² at the Spring Meeting,

      American Geophysical Union, May 2002.

 

       Salvucci, G.D.,  Plenary talk:  ³Signatures of Lateral Processes in the Scale Dependence of Water

            Balance Sensitivity to Moisture² AGU Chapman Conference State-of-the-Art in Hillslope

            Hydrology,  Sunriver Oregon, October 10, 2001.

 

Salvucci, G.D.,  Inferring water limited evapotranspiration efficiency from precipitation and soil

      moisture measurements, at session ³Eco-hydrological dynamics of water-controlled

      Ecosystems² at the Spring Meeting, American Geophysical Union, May 2001.

 

Salvucci, G.D.,  Estimation of the form and scale dependence of water balance dependence on soil

      moisture using conditional statistical sampling, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of

       Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 24, 2000.

 

Salvucci, G.D.,  Empirical estimation of the form and scale dependence of water balance sensitivity to soil

      moisture, University of New Hampshire, Department of Earth Sciences, Durham, New Hampshire,

      April 6, 2000.

 

Entekhabi, D., and G.D. Salvucci, On the role of soil moisture in hydrometeorology and

hydroclimatology, GEWEX/BAHC (Global Energy and Water Cycle

Experiment/Biological Aspects of the Hydrologic Cycle) Soil Moisture Workshop,

Norman, Oklahoma, May 16, 2000.

 

       Entekhabi, D., J. Wang, J. Wang, and G. D. Salvucci, Using satellite remote sensing observations in

             constraining estimates of water vapor convergence based on reanalysis data, World Climate

            Research Program Second International Conference on Reanalyses, August 23-27, 1999.

 

Salvucci, G.D., Derived distributions of storm depth and frequency conditioned on monthly

      total precipitation:  Adding value to historical and satellite-derived estimates of monthly

      precipitation, Global Precipitation Climatology Project (GPCP) User Workshop (sponsored

      by the international Global Energy and Water Exchange (GEWEX) Scientific Steering

      Committee), Silver Springs, Maryland, May 10-12, 1999.

 

Salvucci, G.D.,  Characterization of Hydrologic Processes for Modeling and Remote Sensing Retrieval,

      Harvard University, Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Cambridge, Massachusetts,

      May 11, 1998.

 

Salvucci, G.D.,  Characterization of Hydrologic Processes for Modeling and Remote Sensing Retrieval,

      Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,

      Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 18, 1998.

 

Salvucci, G.D.,  Characterization of Hydrologic Processes for Modeling and Remote Sensing

      Retrieval, Cornell University, Department of Agricultural and Biological

      Engineering,  Ithaca, New York, June 5, 1998.

 

       Salvucci, G.D.,  Estimation and Prediction of Hydrologic Processes through Simple Models,   

            Measurable Parameters, and Statistical Aggregation, Boston College Department of

            Geology and Geophysics, Boston, Massachusetts, December 4, 1997.

 

       Salvucci, G.D. and E. Amano**, Surface and satellite estimates of the transition between  soil    

            and atmosphere limits on evaporation., Spring 1997, American Geophysical Union

 

       Salvucci, G.D., Estimation of soil limited evaporation from surface observations, 

            Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering, Johns Hopkins University,

            Baltimore, Maryland, December 10, 1996

 

       Salvucci, G.D. and D. Entekhabi:  Hillslope and climatic controls on hydrologic fluxes,

            XXI General Assembly (1995) of the International Union of Geodesy and   Geophysics, July 5,

            1995.

 

       Hatton, T., Salvucci, G.D., and W. Wu, Statistical-dynamical alternatives to modelling with

            the unknowable, CSIRO Division of Water Resources, Canberra, ACT, AU, July 27,

            1995.

 

       Salvucci, G.D., Analysis of spatial structure of hydrologic fluxes at the hillslope scale using     

            an equilibrium model, CSIRO Division of Environmental Mechanics, Canberra, ACT,

            AU,  July 28, 1995.

 

 

Contributed

 

       Salvucci, G.D., Exploiting equilibrium tendencies of soil moisture dynamics for evaporation estimation,

            Winter 2005, American Geophysical Union.

 

       Pettijohn, J. C.**, G. D. Salvucci,  Phillips, N.G., an M. J. Daley, TI:  Testing the Bouchet- Morton

            Complementary Hypothesis at Harvard Forest using Sap Flux Data, Winter 2005, American

            Geophysical Union.

 

       Wang, **J, B. Anderson, and G. D. Salvucci: Stochastic Daily Rainfall Events and Their Role in

            Producing the Intraseasonal Extremes of Summertime  Precipitation Over the Southwestern U.S

            Winter 2005, American Geophysical Union.

 

       Ozdogan**, M., and G. D. Salvucci, The Effects of Future Irrigation Projects on Crop Water

            Requirements in Southeastern Turkey -  Implications for Planning and Management, Winter 2004,

            American Geophysical Union

 

       Wang**, J., Anderson, B, and G. D. Salvucci, Stochastic modeling of daily summertime

            rainfall over the southwestern US and its relation to interannual variability, Winter 2004, American

            Geophysical Union

 

       Pettijohn, J. C.**,  and G. D. Salvucci, An evaluation of complementary relationship assumptions, Winter

            2004, American Geophysical Union.  Paper won Outstanding Student Paper Award

 

       Saleem**, J.A., and G. D. Salvucci, Observational Analyses of Hydrologic Scaling: the Role of Non-

            Local Interactions as Inferred From Soil Moisture and Precipitation Data, Winter 2004, American

            Geophysical Union

 

       Salvucci, G.D., Exploiting equilibrium tendencies of soil moisture dynamics for parameter estimation, at

            the Catchment  Scale Hydrologic Modeling and Data Assimiliation Workshop, Princeton University,

            Princeton, NJ,  October 26, 2004.

 

       Ozdogan**, M., and G. D. Salvucci, Test and Application of Bouchet's Complementary Relationship

            within a Mesoscale Numerical Model, Spring 2004, American Geophysical Union

 

       Kanamaru, **H, G. D. Salvucci, D. Entekhabi: Central United States atmospheric water and

            energy  budgets adjusted for diurnal sampling biases using top of atmosphere radiation,

 Spring 2004, American Geophysical Union

 

       Saleem**, J.A., and G. D. Salvucci, Evaluating the Influence of Spatial Processes and Information on

Local Moisture-Outflow Relations: Characterizing the Scale of Interaction Using Soil Moisture and

Precipitation Observations, Winter 2003, American Geophysical Union

 

       G. D. Salvucci, and M. Gioioso, Estimation of Drainage and Evapotranspiration from Time Series of

            Soil Moisture, Potential Evaporation, and Precipitation, Winter,  2003, American Geophysical Union

 

       Ozdogan**, M., and G. D. Salvucci, Irrigation Induced Changes in Areal Evapotranspiration in

            Southeastern Turkey: Test and Application of Bouchet's Complementary Relationship, Winter

            2003, American Geophysical Union

 

       Wang, J, R. L. Bras, M. Lerdau, G. D. Salvucci, and S. Wofsy, Transpiration:  A Test of Optimality

            Hypothesis, Winter 2003, American Geophysical Union

 

   Toninelli**, V.,  Salvucci, G. D. and M. Mancini, Parameter  estimation technique  for a water balance 

       model and application to measured data,  European Geophysical  Society, 2003.

 

   Toninelli**, V.,  Salvucci, G. D., Scale effects in the dependence  of  water balance fluxes on soil

moisture,  Hydrology Days, 2002

 

       Saleem**, J.A., and G. D. Salvucci, Detecting Spatial Interactions and Interdependence of Moisture ­

            Outflow Relations Among Regional Sites: a Statistical Method and its Application, Spring 2002

            American Geophysical Union.

 

       Kanamaru, **H, G. D. Salvucci, D. Entekhabi:  Atmospheric water  and energy budgets of the

            Mississippi basin and a third independent estimate of runoff constrained by top of atmosphere

            radiation, NOAA Mississippi River Climate and Hydrology Conference, May 14, 2002.

 

       Salvucci, G. D, New scale appropriate diagnostics for evaluating land surface parameterizations and

            water balance using remotely sensed data,  Spring 2001 American Geophysical Union.

 

       Salvucci, G. D. and D. Entekhabi, Sources of variation in an estimate of columnar atmospheric water

            vapor convergence climatology based on remotely sensed top of atmosphere net radiation and

            energy balance, Spring 2001, American Geophysical Union.

 

 

       Saleem**, J.A., and G. D. Salvucci, Comparison of soil wetness indices for inducing functional similarity

            of hydrologic response across sites in Illinois, Spring 2001, American Geophysical Union.

 

       Salvucci, G. D, Estimating the moisture dependence of root zone water loss using conditionally

            averaged precipitation,  Spring 2000,  American Geophysical Union.

 

       Kanamaru, **H, G. D. Salvucci, D. Entekhabi, J. Wang, and R.L. Bras, A third independent estimate of

            runoff over the mississippi basin based on coupled water and energy balance and top of atmosphere

            radation,  Spring 2000,  American Geophysical Union.

 

       Kanamaru, **H, G. D. Salvucci, D. Entekhabi, J. Wang, and R.L. Bras, The mean annual cycle of water

            and energy budgets of the atmosphere over the Mississippi basin, World Climate Research Program

            Second International Conference on Reanalyses, August 23-27, 1999.

 

       Salvucci, G. D, and **C. Song, Derived distributions of storm depth and frequency conditioned on

            monthly total precipitation:  Adding value to historical and satellite-derived estimates of monthly

            precipitation,  Spring 1999 American Geophysical Union.

      

       Kanamaru, **H, G. D. Salvucci, D. Entekhabi, J. Wang, and R.L. Bras, The mean annual cycle of water

            and energy budgets over the Mississippi basin, Spring 1999 American Geophysical Union.

 

       Saravanapavan, **T.,  and G.D. Salvucci, Impacts of a water resources project on local climate

            conditions: An analysis of the Mahaweli Development Project in Sri Lanka,  Spring 1999

            American Geophysical Union

 

       Levine, **J. B. and G.D. Salvucci, Characteristic rate and time scales of supply limited transpiration

            under a Richards-Cowan framework,  Spring 1999 American Geophysical Union

 

       Salvucci, G. D,  Empirical estimation of evaporation efficiency from monthly moisture and

            precipitation statistics,  Fall 1998 American Geophysical Union

 

       Saravanapavan, **T.,  and G.D. Salvucci, Limiting processes in soil evaporation,  Fall 1998

            American Geophysical Union

 

       Levine, **J. B. and G.D. Salvucci, Comparison of predicted water balance under changing

climate conditions:  3-dimensional model vs. 1-dimensional model,  Fall 1998 American Geophysical

Union

 

       Ravella, **M. and G.D. Salvucci, Spatial variability of near surface soil moisture

during field drydown conditions, Spring 1998 American Geophysical Union

 

Levine, **J. B. and G.D. Salvucci, Equilibrium Analysis of Groundwater-Vadose Zone Interactions and

    the Resulting Spatial Distribution of Hydrologic Fluxes Across a Canadian Prairie, Spring 1998

    American Geophysical Union

 

       Salvucci, G.D. and M. Ravella**, Limiting relations between soil moisture and soil texture based on

             similar media theory, Fall 1997 American Geophysical Union

 

       Ravella, **M. and G.D. Salvucci, Field observations of the relation between near surface soil

            moisture and the similar media parameter alpha, Fall 1997 American Geophysical Union

 

       Amano, **E. and G.D. Salvucci, Estimation of stage-two  evaporation over semi-arid areas using

            satellite remote sensing data, Spring 1997 American Geophysical Union

 

       Salvucci, G.D., Surface and subsurface moisture dynamics during transitions between atmosphere

            and soil limited evaporation, Feb 1997 American Meteorological Society

 

       Salvucci, G.D., The relation of stage one and stage two drying and its application to estimating

            evaporation, Spring 1996 American Geophysical Union

 

       Salvucci, G.D. and D. Entekhabi:  Ponded infiltration into soils bounded by a water table, Spring

            1995 American Geophysical Union

 

       Salvucci, G.D. and D. Entekhabi:  Hillslope and climatic controls on hydrologic fluxes, January,

            1995 American Meterological Society

 

       Kim, C.P., D. Entekhabi, and G.D. Salvucci:  Long term mean of transient hillslope hydrologic

            behavior, January, 1995 American Meterological Society

 

       Salvucci, G.D. and D. Entekhabi:  An analytic model for equilibrium surface water balance and

            recharge to the water table, Spring 1994 American Geophysical Union

 

       Gong, G., D. Entekhabi and G.D. Salvucci:  Regional and seasonal estimates of spatial rainstorm

            coverage based on station precipitation observations, Fourth International Conference on

            Precipitation, Iowa City, April 1993

 

       Salvucci, G.D.: Approximate solution to steady state moisture flux in unsaturated homogeneous

            soils, Spring 1992 American Geophysical Union

 

       Salvucci, G.D. and P.S. Eagleson:  A test of ecological optimality at a semiarid watershed in central

            Arizona, Fall 1991 American Geophysical Union

 

 

Technical Reports:

 

       Salvucci, G.D. and D. Entekhabi, 1993:  Use and characterization of steady-state moisture profile in

            setting flux capacities prior to storm and interstorm events, Massachusetts Institute of

            Technology, Department of Civil and Environmental  Engineering Technical Report No. 338,

            101 pages.

 

       Salvucci, G.D. and P.S. Eagleson 1992:  A test of ecological optimality for semiarid vegetation,

            Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

            Technical Report No. 335, 195 pages.