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McManamay, R. A, C. R DeRolph, M. J Troia, M. P Schramm, M. S Bevelhimer, K. B Larson, J. D Tagestad, G. E Johnson, and H. I Jager. 2015. Identifying Environmental Opportunities Outside The Hydropower Project Boundary: An Updated Methodology Of The Basin

Bishop, N., D. Linke, C. Vansant, C. Alsbert, J. Anders, A. Grovue, S. Hill-Nelson, et al. 2015. New Pathways For Hydropower: Getting Hydropower Built-What Does It Take?.

Kao, S.-C, M. J Sale, M. Ashfaq, R. Uría-Martínez, D. P Kaiser, Y. Wei, and N. Diffenbaugh. 2015. "Projecting Changes In Annual Hydropower Generation Using Regional Runoff Data: An Assessment Of The United States Federal Hydropower Plants." Energy 80. Ene

McManamay, R.A. and Frimpong, E.A., 2015. Hydrologic filtering of fish life history strategies across the United States: implications for stream flow alteration. Ecological Applications, 25(1), pp.243-263.

Uría-Martínez, R., P.W. O’Connor, and M. M. Johnson (2015). 2014 Hydropower Market Report. Washington, DC: Wind and Water Power Technologies Office, U.S. Department of Energy. DOE/EE-1195

O'Connor, P. W, Q. F Zhang, S. T DeNeale, D. R. Chalise, and E. E. Centurion. 2015. Hydropower Baseline Cost Modeling.

Schubel, J., J. A. Lentz, F. Qader, A. Kishaba, D. Bader, L. Perkins, E. Yam, A. Kaneda, L. Brown, B. R. Pagán, J. S. Pal, C. Gao, J. Reichenberger, D. Rastogi, S.-C. Kao, B. S. Naz, and D. Otto. 2015. "City of Long Beach Climate Resiliency Assessment Rep

McManamay, R. A, 2014. "Quantifying And Generalizing Hydrologic Responses To Dam Regulation Using A Statistical Modeling Approach." Journal Of Hydrology 519, Part A. Journal Of Hydrology: 1,278–1,296.

McManamay, R. A, M. S Bevelhimer, and S.-C Kao. 2014. "Updating The Us Hydrologic Classification: An Approach To Clustering And Stratifying Ecohydrologic Data." Ecohydrology 7 (3). Ecohydrology: 903–926.

Oubeidillah, A. A, S.-C Kao, B. S. Naz, and G. Tootle. 2014. "A Large-Scale, High-Resolution Hydrological Model Parameter Data Set For Climate Change Impact Assessment For The Conterminous Us." Hydrology And Earth System Sciences 18. Hydrology And Earth S