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Hadjerioua, B., R. A McManamay, M. FK Pasha, D. Yeasmin, A. A Oubeidillah, Brenna Elrod, et al. 2014. An Assessment Of Energy Potential from New Stream-Reach Development in The United States: Initial Report on Methodology.

Jager, H. I , and R. A McManamay. 2014. "Comment On 'Cumulative Biophysical Impact Of Small And Large Hydropower Development In Nu River, China' By Kelly M. Kibler And Desiree D. Tullos”." Water Resources Research 50 (1).

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

McManamay, R. A, S.-C Kao, K. M Stewart, Brenna Elrod, B. Hadjerioua, S. T DeNeale, D. Yeasmin, M. FK Pasha, A. A Oubeidillah, and B. T Smith. 2014. New Stream-Reach Development: A Comprehensive Assessment Of Hydropower Energy Potential In The US

McManamay, R. A, M. S Bevelhimer, and E. A Frimpong. 2014. "Associations Among Hydrologic Classifications and Fish Traits to Support Environmental Flow Standards." Ecohydrology

McManamay, R. A, and M. S Bevelhimer. 2013. A Holistic Framework for Environmental Flows Determination in Hydropower Contexts.

Jager, H. I, B. A. Elrod, R. A McManamay, and B. T Smith. 2013. Esa Protection for The American Eel: Implications for U.S. Hydropower.

Ashfaq, M., Ghosh, S., Kao, S.C., Bowling, L.C., Mote, P., Touma, D., Rauscher, S.A. and Diffenbaugh, N.S., 2013. Near‐term acceleration of hydroclimatic change in the western US. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 118(19), pp.10-676.