Robert Hensley
Robert Hensley
National Ecological Observatory Network
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Sensors in the stream: the high-frequency wave of the present
M Rode, AJ Wade, MJ Cohen, RT Hensley, MJ Bowes, JW Kirchner, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 50 (19), 10297-10307, 2016
River network saturation concept: factors influencing the balance of biogeochemical supply and demand of river networks
WM Wollheim, S Bernal, DA Burns, JA Czuba, CT Driscoll, AT Hansen, ...
Biogeochemistry 141, 503-521, 2018
Inferring nitrogen removal in large rivers from high‐resolution longitudinal profiling
RT Hensley, MJ Cohen, LV Korhnak
Limnology and Oceanography 59 (4), 1152-1170, 2014
On the emergence of diel solute signals in flowing waters
RT Hensley, MJ Cohen
Water Resources Research 52 (2), 759-772, 2016
High frequency measurements of reach scale nitrogen uptake in a fourth order river with contrasting hydromorphology and variable water chemistry (W eiße E lster, G ermany)
JV Kunz, R Hensley, L Brase, D Borchardt, M Rode
Water Resources Research 53 (1), 328-343, 2017
Controls on solute transport in large spring‐fed karst rivers
RT Hensley, MJ Cohen
Limnology and Oceanography 57 (4), 912-924, 2012
Hydraulic effects on nitrogen removal in a tidal spring‐fed river
RT Hensley, MJ Cohen, LV Korhnak
Water Resources Research 51 (3), 1443-1456, 2015
Flow extremes as spatiotemporal control points on river solute fluxes and metabolism
RT Hensley, L Kirk, M Spangler, MN Gooseff, MJ Cohen
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 124 (3), 537-555, 2019
Estimating benthic light regimes improves predictions of primary production and constrains light-use efficiency in streams and rivers
L Kirk, RT Hensley, P Savoy, JB Heffernan, MJ Cohen
Ecosystems 24, 825-839, 2021
Harnessing the NEON data revolution to advance open environmental science with a diverse and data‐capable community
RC Nagy, JK Balch, EK Bissell, ME Cattau, NF Glenn, BS Halpern, ...
Ecosphere 12 (12), e03833, 2021
Diffusion and seepage-driven element fluxes from the hyporheic zone of a karst river
MJ Kurz, JB Martin, MJ Cohen, RT Hensley
Freshwater Science 34 (1), 206-221, 2015
Channel filtering generates multifractal solute signals
RT Hensley, MJ Cohen, JW Jawitz
Geophysical Research Letters 45 (21), 11,722-11,731, 2018
Hydrological perspectives on integrated, coordinated, open, networked (ICON) science
BS Acharya, B Ahmmed, Y Chen, JH Davison, L Haygood, RT Hensley, ...
Earth and Space Science 9 (4), e2022EA002320, 2022
Evaluating spatiotemporal variation in water chemistry of the upper Colorado River using longitudinal profiling
RT Hensley, MJ Spangler, LF DeVito, PH Decker, MJ Cohen, MN Gooseff
Hydrological processes 34 (8), 1782-1793, 2020
Stream phosphorus dynamics of minimally impacted coastal plain watersheds
RT Hensley, DL McLaughlin, MJ Cohen, PH Decker
Hydrological processes 31 (8), 1636-1649, 2017
Flow reversals as a driver of ecosystem transition in Florida’s springs
RT Hensley, MJ Cohen
Freshwater Science 36 (1), 14-25, 2017
Nitrate depletion dynamics and primary production in riverine benthic chambers
RT Hensley, MJ Cohen
Freshwater Science 39 (1), 169-182, 2020
Fertilization has negligible effects on nutrient export and stream biota in two North Florida forested watersheds
RT Hensley, PH Decker, C Flinders, D McLaughlin, E Schilling, MJ Cohen
Forest ecology and management 465, 118096, 2020
Isolating stream metabolism and nitrate processing at point-scales, and controls on heterogeneity
CJ Reijo, RT Hensley, MJ Cohen
Freshwater Science 37 (2), 238-250, 2018
Controls and dynamics of solute transport in Florida's spring-fed karst rivers
R Hensley
University of Florida, 2010
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