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Goble, R.J., J.A. Mason, D.B. Loope and J.B. Swinehart. 2004. "Optical and radiocarbon ages of stacked paleosols and dune sands in the Nebraska Sand Hills, USA". Quaternary Science Reviews 23:1173-1182 (download PDF)

Mason, J.A., J.B. Swinehart, R.J. Goble and D. B. Loope. 2004.  "Late Holocene dune activity linked to hydrological drought, Nebraska Sand Hills, USA". The Holocene 14(2):209-217 (download PDF)

Swinehart, J. 2005. "The Sand Hills: A Desert Under Grass". The Nebraska Cattleman 61(3):20-21 (download PDF)

Gosselin, D., V. Sridhar, F.E. Harvey and J. Goeke. 2006. "Hydrological Effects and Groundwater Fluctuations in Interdunal Environments in the Nebraska Sandhills".
Great Plains Research 16(1):17-28. (download PDF)

Sridhar,V., D. Loope, J. Swinehart, J. Mason, R. Oglesby and C. Rowe. 2006. "Large Wind Shift on the Great Plains During the Medieval Warm Period". Science 313:345-349. (download PDF)

Sridhar, V., K.G. Hubbard, and D.A. Wedin. 2006. “Assessment of soil moisture dynamics of the Nebraska Sandhills using long-term measurements and a hydrology model”. J. of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering 132:463-473. (download PDF)

Miao, X, J.A. Mason, J.B. Swinehart, D.B. Loope, P.R. Hanson, R.J. Goble and X. Liu. 2007.  “A 10,000 year record of dune activity, dust storms, and severe drought in the central Great Plains”. Geology 35:119-122.   (download PDF)

Miao, X., J.A. Mason, W.C. Johnson, and H. Wang. 2007. “High-resolution proxy record of Holocene climate from a loess section in Southwestern Nebraska, USA”. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 245:368-381. (download PDF)

Zlotnik, V.A., T. Wang, J.L. Nieber, and J. Simunek. 2007. “Verification of numerical solutions of the Richards equation using a traveling wave solution”. Advances in Water Resources 30:1973-1980.   (download PDF)

Jacobs, K.C., Fritz, S.C., and J.B. Swinehart. 2007. “Lacustrine evidence for moisture changes in the Nebraska Sand Hills during Marine Isotope Stage 3”. Quaternary Research 67(2):246-254.   (download PDF)

Radell, D.B., and C.M. Rowe. 2008. “An observational analysis and evaluation of land surface model accuracy in the Nebraska Sand Hills”.  Journal of Hydrometeorology 9:601-621.  (download PDF)

Sridhar, V., K.G. Hubbard, J. You, and E.D. Hunt. 2008. “Development of the soil moisture index to quantify agricultural drought and its “user friendliness” in severity-area-duration assessment”.  Journal of Hydrometeorology 9:660-676. (download PDF)

Wang, T., V.A. Zlotnik, D. Wedin and K.D. Wally.  2008. “Spatial trends in saturated hydraulic conductivity of vegetated dunes in the Nebraska Sand Hills: effects of depth and topography”. Journal of Hydrology 349:88-97.  (download PDF)

Sridhar, V. and D.A.Wedin. 2009. “Hydrological behavior of grasslands of the Sandhills of Nebraska: Water and energy-balance assessment from measurements, treatments, and modelling”. Ecohydrology 2:195-212.  (download PDF)

Wang, T.,  D. A. Wedin and V.A. Zlotnik. 2009.  “Field evidence for a negative correlation between saturated hydraulic conductivity and soil carbon in a sandy soil”.  Water Resources Research  Vol 45, W07503, doi:10.1029/2008WR006865. (download PDF)

Wang, T., V.A. Zlotnik, J. Simunek, and M.G. Schaap. 2009. “Using pedotransfer functions in vadose zone models for estimating groundwater recharge in semiarid regions”. Water Resources Research  Vol 45, W04412, doi:10.1029/2008WR006903. (download PDF)

Schmeisser, R.L., D.B. Loope, and D. A. Wedin. 2009. “Clues to the Medieval destabilization of the Nebraska Sand Hills, USA, from ancient pocket gopher burrows”. Palaios 24:809-817. (download PDF)

Strassberg, G., B.R. Scanlon, and D. Chambers. 2009. “Evaluation of groundwater storage monitoring with the GRACE satellite: case study of the High Plains aquifer, central United States”. Water Resources Research  Vol 45, W05410, doi:10.1029/2008WR006892.   (download PDF)

Schmeisser, R.L., D.B. Loope, and J.A. Mason. 2010. “Modern and late Holocene wind regimes over the Great Plains (central U.S.A.)”. Quaternary Science Reviews 29:554-566.  (download PDF)

Sridhar, V. and K.G. Hubbard. 2010. “Estimation of the water balance using observed soil water in the Nebraska Sandhills”. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 15(1):70-78.   (download PDF)