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Conference Paper
J. Boll, Selker, J., Nijssen, B. M., Steenhuis, T. S., Van Winkle, J., and Jolles, E., Water quality sampling under preferential flow conditions, in Lysimeters for Evapotranspiration and Environmental Measurements, 1991.
J. Selker, We aren't done yet: hydrological discovery based on new sensor systems, in AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2012.
G. Barrenetxea, Dubois-Ferriere, H., Meier, R., and Selker, J., A weather station for SensorScope, in The Fifth International Conference on Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN 2006), 2006.
Journal Article
T. Read, Bour, O., Selker, J., Bense, V. F., Le Borgne, T., Hochreutener, R., and Lavenant, N., Active-distributed temperature sensing to continuously quantify vertical flow in boreholes, Water Resources Research, vol. 50, pp. 3706–3713, 2014.
J. Selker and Ferre, T., The ah ha moment of measurement: Introduction to the special section on Hydrologic Measurement Methods, Water Resources Research, vol. 45, 2009.
D. E. Rupp, Owens, J. M., Warren, K. L., and Selker, J., Analytical methods for estimating saturated hydraulic conductivity in a tile-drained field, Journal of hydrology, vol. 289, pp. 111–127, 2004.
J. K. Smesrud and Selker, J., Analytical solution for normal irrigation distribution parameters, Journal of irrigation and drainage engineering, vol. 127, pp. 45–48, 2001.
J. Selker, Applying preferential flow concepts to horticultural water management, HortTechnology, vol. 6, pp. 107–110, 1996.
H. Uribe, Rupp, D. E., Arumí, J. Luis, Stewart, R. D., and Selker, J., Assessment of current and potential yield of hand-dug wells in a semi-arid zone in south-central Chile using an analytical methodology, Chilean journal of agricultural research, vol. 74, pp. 219–224, 2014.
S. T. E. P. H. E. N. A. DRAKE, Huwald, H., Parlange, M. B., Selker, J., NOLIN, A. N. N. E. W., and Higgins, C. W., Attenuation of wind-induced pressure perturbations in alpine snow, Journal of Glaciology, pp. 1–10, 2016.
A. - M. Kurth, Dawes, N., Selker, J., and Schirmer, M., Autonomous distributed temperature sensing for long-term heated applications in remote areas, Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems, vol. 2, pp. 71–77, 2013.
T. O. 'Donnell Meininger and Selker, J., Bed conduction impact on fiber optic distributed temperature sensing water temperature measurements, Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems, vol. 4, p. 19, 2015.
M. B. Hausner, Suárez, F., Glander, K. E., van de Giesen, N., Selker, J., and Tyler, S. W., Calibrating single-ended fiber-optic Raman spectra distributed temperature sensing data, Sensors, vol. 11, pp. 10859–10879, 2011.
J. Selker, Haith, D. A., and Reynolds, J. E., Calibration and testing of a daily rainfall erosivity model, Transactions of the ASAE, vol. 33, pp. 1–1617, 1990.
J. Benítez-Buelga, Rodriguez-Sinobas, L., Calvo, R. Sánchez, Gil-Rodriguez, M., Sayde, C., and Selker, J., Calibration of soil moisture sensing with subsurface heated fiber optics using numerical simulation, Water Resources Research, vol. 52, pp. 2985–2995, 2016.
H. Huwald, Selker, J., Tyler, S. W., Calaf, M., Giesen, N. C., and Parlange, M. B., Carbon monoxide as a tracer of gas transport in snow and other natural porous media, Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 39, 2012.
M. H. Schroth, Istok, J. D., Ahearn, S. J., and Selker, J., Characterization of Miller-similar silica sands for laboratory hydrologic studies, Soil Science Society of America Journal, vol. 60, pp. 1331–1339, 1996.
F. M. Brandi-Dohrn, Leibundgut, C., Dick, R. P., and Selker, J., Collecting tracers in the vadose zone. no. 229, 1995.
J. Selker, Tyler, S., and Van de Giesen, N. C., Comment on ‘‘Capabilities and limitations of tracing spatial temperature patterns by fiber-optic distributed temperature sensing’’by Liliana Rose et al., Water Resources Research, 50 (6), 2014, 2014.
W. D. Reynolds, Selker, J., PAIGE, G., and HILLEL, D., Comments on Comparison of three methods for assessing soil hydraulic properties' by GB Paige and D. Hillel. Authors' response, Soil science, vol. 157, pp. 116–119, 1994.
J. Selker, Parlange, J. - Y., and Steenhuis, T. S., Comments on “Laboratory Tests of a Theory of Fingering During Infiltration into Layered Soils”, Soil Science Society of America Journal, vol. 55, pp. 896–896, 1991.
M. L. Rockhold, Yarwood, R. R., Niemet, M. R., Bottomley, P. J., and Selker, J., Considerations for modeling bacterial-induced changes in hydraulic properties of variably saturated porous media, Advances in water resources, vol. 25, pp. 477–495, 2002.
M. Deinert, Parlange, J. - Y., K Cady, B., Steenhuis, T. S., and Selker, J., On the continuum-scale modeling of gravity-driven fingers in unsaturated porous media: The inadequacy of the Richards equation with standard monotonic constitutive relations and hysteretic equations of state, Water resources research, vol. 39, 2003.
A. Arnon, Selker, J., and Lensky, N., Correcting artifacts in transition to a wound optic fiber: Example from high-resolution temperature profiling in the Dead Sea, Water Resources Research, vol. 50, pp. 5329–5333, 2014.
E. R. Burns, Dragila, M. I., Selker, J., Guenther, R. B., Parlange, J. - Y., and Weisbrod, N., Correction of the Buckingham–Darcy Law for flow of high strength salts in variably saturated porous media, Advances in water resources, vol. 30, pp. 469–482, 2007.