Wollheim, W., S. Bernal, D. A. Burns, J. A. Czuba, C. T. Driscoll, A. T. Hansen, R. T. Hensley, J. D. Hosen, S. Inamdar, S. S. Kaushal, L. E. Koenig, Y. H. Lu, A. Marzadri, P. A. Raymond, D. Scott, R. J. Stewart, P. G. Vidon, and E. Wohl. River network saturation concept: factors influencing the balance of biogeochemical supply and demand of river networks. Biogeochemistry, 141(3):503–521, Dec 2018.
Schmadel, N. J. W. Harvey, R. B. Alexander, G. E. Schwarz, R. B. Moore, K. Eng, J. D.Gomez-Velez, E. W. Boyer, and D. Scott. Thresholds of lake and reservoir connectivity in river networks control nitrogen removal. Nature Communications, 9(1):2779, 2018.
Keys, T. and D. T. Scott. Monitoring volumetric fluctuations in tropical lakes and reservoirs using satellite remote sensing. Lake and Reservoir Management , 34(2):154–166, 2018. DOI: 10.1080/10402381.2017.1402226.
Keys, T., H. Govenor, C. N. Jones, W. C. Hession, E. T. Hester, and D. T. Scott. Effects of large wood on floodplain connectivity in a headwater Mid-Atlantic stream. Ecological Engineering, 118:134–142, 2018.
Hester, E., K. E. Brooks, and D. T. Scott. Comparing reach scale hyporheic exchange and denitrification induced by instream restoration structures and natural streambed morphology. Ecological Engineering, 115:105 – 121, 2018.
Harvey, J., J. Gomez-Velez, N. Schmadel, D. Scott, E. Boyer, R. Alexander, K. Eng, H. Golden, A. Kettner, C. Konrad, R. Moore, J. Pizzuto, G. Schwarz, C. Soulsby, and J. Choi. How hydrologic connectivity regulates water quality in river corridors. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 0(0), 2018, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/1752- 1688.12691.
Carey, C., R. P. McClure, J. P. Doubek, M. E. Lofton, N. K. Ward, and D. T. Scott. Chaoborus spp. Transport CH4 from the Sediments to the Surface Waters of a Eutrophic Reservoir, But Their Contribution to Water Column CH4 Concentrations and Diffusive Efflux Is Minor. Environmental Science & Technology , 52(3):1165–1173, 2018. DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.7b04384.
Rana, SM.M., D.T. Scott, and E.T. Hester. 2017. Effects of in-stream structures and channel flow rate variation on transient storage. Journal of Hydrology 548:157-169, DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2017.02.049.
Scott, D, M. Rogers, and Z. Easton. 2016. Global Models of River Biogeochemical Functioning. Chapter in Streams in a Changing Environment (J. Jones and E. Stanley, eds.).
Hester, E.T., B. Hammond, and D.T. Scott. 2016. Effects of inset floodplains and hyporheic exchange induced by in-stream structures on nitrate removal in a headwater stream. Ecological Engineering 97:452-464.
Hester, E.T., C.R. Guth, D.T. Scott, and C.N. Jones. 2016. Vertical surface water-groundwater exchange processes within a short residence time floodplain induced by experimental floods along a headwater stream. Hydrological Processes 30(21):3770–3787.
Ludwig, A., W.Hession, D. Scott, D. Gallagher. Simulated flood of a small constructed floodplain wetland in Virginia: Event-scale pollutant attenuation. Transactions of the ASABE. 59(5): 1319-1329. DOI: 10.13031/trans.59.11622
Mykleby, P., J. Lenters, G. Cutrell, K. Herrman, E. Istanbulluoglu, D. Scott, T. Twine, C. Kucharik, T. Awada, M. Soylu, B. Dong. Energy and water balance response of a vegetated wetland to herbicide treatment of invasive Phragmites australis, Journal of Hydrology, Volume 539, August 2016, Pages 290-303, ISSN 0022-1694. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.05.015
Keys, T., C. Jones, D. Scott, and D. Chuquin. 2016. A cost-effective image processing approach for analyzing the ecohydrology of river corridors. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. DOI: 10.1002/lom3.10095. Link here for model.
Jones, C.N., D.T. Scott, C.R. Guth, E.T. Hester, and W.C. Hession. 2015. Seasonal variation in floodplain biogeochemical processing in a restored headwater stream. Environmental Science and Technology. 49 (22), pp 13190–13198. DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.5b02426
Hester, E.T., C.R. Guth, D.T. Scott, and C.N. Jones. 2015. Vertical surface water-groundwater exchange processes within a short residence time floodplain induced by experimental floods along a headwater stream. Hydrological Processes. In press.
Menichino, G.T., D.T. Scott, and E.T. Hester. 2015. Abundance and dimensions of naturally occurring macropores along stream channels and the effects of artificially constructed large macropores on transient storage. Freshwater Science 34(1):125–138. Invited article to special issue.
Scott, D., R. Keim, B. Edwards, N. Jones, and D. Kroes. 2014. Floodplain biogeochemical processing of floodwaters during the Mississippi River flood of 2011. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences. DOI: 10.1002/2013JG002477.
Azinheira, D.L., D.T. Scott, W.C. Hession, and E.T. Hester. 2014. Comparison of effects of inset floodplains and hyporheic exchange induced by in-stream structures on solute retention. Water Resources Research 50(7):6168-6190.
Jones, N., D. Scott, B. Edwards, and R. Keim. 2014. Perirheic mixing and biogeochemical processing in flow-through and backwater floodplain wetlands. Water Resources Research. DOI: 10.1002/2014WR015647.
Harvey, J., J. Bohlke, M. Voytek, D. Scott, and C. Tobias. 2013 Hyporheic zone denitrification: Controls on effective reaction depth and contribution to whole-stream mass balance. Water Resources Research. DOI: 10.1002/wrcr.20492.
Fellman, J., S. Nagorski, S. Pyare, A. Vemilyea, D. Scott, and E. Hood. 2013. Stream temperature response to variable glacier coverage in coastal watersheds of Southeast Alaska. Hydrological Processes. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.9742.
Gooseff, M., M. Briggs, K. Bencala, B. McGlynn, and D. Scott. 2013. Do transient storage parameters directly scale in longer, combined stream reaches? Reach length dependence of transient storage interpretations. Journal of Hydrology 483: 16-25.
Inamdar, S., G. Dhillon, S. Singh, S. Ditta, D. Levia, D. Scott, M. Mitchell, J. Van Stan, and P. McHale. 2013. Temporal variation in end-member chemistry and its influence on runoff mixing patterns in a forested, Piedmont catchment. Water Resources Research 49(4): 1828-1844.
Herrman, K.*, D. T. Scott, J. D. Lenters, and E. Istanbulluoglu. 2012. Nutrient loss following Phragmites australis removal in controlled soil mesocosms. Water Air and Soil Pollution 223(6): 3333-3344.
Inamdar, S., N. Finger, S. Singh, M. Mitchell, D. Levia, H. Bais, D. Scott, and P. McHale. 2012. Dissolved organic matter (DOM) concentration and quality in a forested mid-Atlantic watershed, USA. Biogeochemistry 108(1-3): 55-76.
Stubbins, A., E. Hood, P. Raymond, G. Aiken, R. Sleighter, P. Hernes, D. Butman, P. Hatcher, R. Streigel, P. Schuster, A. Vermilyea, D. Scott, and R. Spencer. 2012. Anthropogenic aerosols as a source of ancient dissolved organic matter in glaciers. Nature Geoscience 5(3): 198-201.
Inamdar, S., S. Singh, S. Dutta, D. Levia, M. Mitchell, D. Scott, H. Bais, and P. McHale. 2011. Fluorescence characteristics and sources of dissolved organic matter for stream water during storm events in a forested mid-Atlantic watershed. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 116 doi: 10.1029/2011jg001735.
Lenters, J. D., G. J. Cutrell, E. Istanbulluoglu, D. T. Scott, K. S. Herrman*, A. Irmak, and D. E. Eisenhauer. 2011. Seasonal energy and water balance of a Phragmites australis-dominated wetland in the Republican River basin of south-central Nebraska (USA). Journal of Hydrology 408(1-2): 19-34.
Scott, D., E. Hood, and M. Nassry*. 2010. In-stream uptake and retention of C, N and P in a supraglacial stream. Annals of Glaciology 51(56): 80-86.
Vidon, P., C. Allan, D. Burns, T. Duval, N. Gurwick, S. Inamdar, R. Lowrance, J. Okay, D. Scott, and S. Sebestyen. 2010. Hot spots and hot moments in riparian zones: potential for improved water quality management. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 278-298, doi: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2010.00420.x.
Hood, E., J. Fellman, R. G. M. Spencer, P. J. Hernes, R. Edwards, D. D’Amore, and D. Scott. 2009. Glaciers as a source of ancient and labile organic matter to the marine environment. Nature 462(7276): 1044-U1100.
Cardenas, M. B., J. W. Harvey, A. I. Packman, and D. Scott. 2008. Ground-based thermography of fluvial systems at low and high discharge reveals potential complex thermal heterogeneity driven by flow variation and bioroughness. Hydrological Processes 22(7):980-986.
Hood, E., and D. Scott. 2008. Riverine organic matter and nutrients in southeast Alaska affected by glacial coverage. Nature Geoscience 1(9): 583-587.
Scott, D., J. Harvey, R. Alexander, and G. Schwarz. 2007. Dominance of organic nitrogen from headwater streams to large rivers across the conterminous United States. Global Biogeochemical Cycles: 21(1), doi: 10.1029/2006gb002730.
Scott, D., W. T. Baisden, R. Davies-Colley, B. Gomez, D. M. Hicks, M. J. Page, N. J. Preston, N. A. Trustrum, K. R. Tate, and R. A. Woods. 2006. Localized erosion affects national carbon budget. Geophysical Research Letters 33(1), doi: 10.1029/2005gl024644.
Scott, D., R. L. Runkel, D. M. McKnight, B. M. Voelker, B. A. Kimball, and E. R. Carraway. 2003. Transport and cycling of iron and hydrogen peroxide in a freshwater stream: Influence of organic acids. Water Resources Research 39(11), doi: 10.1029/2002wr001768.
Scott, D., M. N. Gooseff, K. E. Bencala, and R. L. Runkel. 2003. Automated calibration of a stream solute transport model: implications for interpretation of biogeochemical parameters. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 22(4): 492-510.
Scott, D., D. M. McKnight, B. M. Voelker, and D. C. Hrncir. 2002. Redox processes controlling manganese fate and transport in a mountain stream. Environmental Science & Technology 36(3): 453-459