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Keefer, Laura L., Richard A. Cahill, Richard L. Allgire. 2006. “Integrating two sediment rate methods to determine channel adjustment rates.” Proceedings of the 8th Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference, April 2-6, 2006, Reno, Nevada. Washington, D.C.: Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference,  8p (Printed from CD-ROM)

Kelly, Walton R. 2001. "Temporal changes in shallow ground-water quality in northeastern Illinois: preliminary results." Research on agricultural chemicals in Illinois groundwater: status and future directions XI: Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Conference. Carbondale, IL : Illinois Groundwater Consortium, , 18 p. (Printed from web site) www.siu.edu/worda/igc/proceedings/01

Kelly, Walton R., Thomas R. Holm, Steven D. Wilson, and George S. Roadcap. 2005. “Arsenic in glacial aquifers: sources and geochemical controls.” Ground Water, vol.43, no. 4, pp. 500-510

Kelly, Walton R., H. A. Wehrmann, T. R. Holm, J. L. Talbott, L. M. Skowron. 2003. "Subsurface movement of zinc from contaminated dredge spoils at a periodically flooded site." Environmental Geology, vol. 45, pp. 23-34.

Kelly, Walton R. and Steven D. Wilson. 2000. "Movement of bromide, nitrogen-15, and atrazine through flooded soils." Journal of Environmental Quality, vol. 29, no. 4, 1085-1094.

Kelly, Walton R. And Steven D. Wilson. 2004. "Temporal changes in shallow groundwater quality in northeastern Illinois." In: Proceedings, 13th annual Illinois Groundwater Conference, 22 April 2003. Carbondale, IL : Southern Illinois University, 19 p. http://www.siu.edu/orda/igc/proceedings/03/kelly.pdf

Kelly, Walton R. and Steven D. Wilson. 2002. "Temporal changes in shallow groundwater quality in northeastern Illinois." In: Research on agricultural chemicals in Illinois groundwater : status and future directions XII : proceedings of the Twelfth Illinois Groundwater Consortium Conference. Carbondale, IL : Southern Illinois University, 16 p.

Kimball, B.A. and C.J. Bernacchi. 2006.  "Chapter 17: Evapotranspiration, canopy temperature and plant water relations."  In: Managed Ecosystems and CO2: Case Studies, Processes, and Perspectives. Berlin: Springer‑Verlag, (Ecological Studies 187), pp. 311‑324.

Kirk, Matthew F., Thomas R. Holm, Jungho park, Qusheng Jin, Robert A.Sanford, Bruce W. Fouke, Craig M. Bethke. 2004. “Bacterial sulfate reduction limits natural arsenic contamination in groundwater.” Geology, vol.32, no.11, pp. 953-956.

Knapp, H. Vernon, Jaswinder Singh, Hua Xie, Yanqing Lian, and Misganaw Demissie. 2005. "Potential effects of climate change and variability on the surface water resources of the upper Midwest," Impacts of Global Climate Change: Proceedings of the World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, May 15-19, Anchorage, Alaska. Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers, 10 p. (Printed from CD-ROM)

Kristovich, D.A.R.., M.R. Hjelmfelt. 2006. “Enhanced lake-effect snows from natural cloud seeding.” BAMS: Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, vol. 87, no. 9, pp. 1184-1185.     

Kristovich, D.A.R., N.F. Laird, and M. Gerbush. 2004. “Field observations of the influence of pack ice cover on surface heat fluxes.” 16th Symposium on Boundary Layer and Turbulence and 13th Conference on Interactions of the Sea and Atmosphere, 9-13 August 2004, Portland, ME. Boston, MA : American Meteorological Society, Paper 11.8, 4 p.
http://ams.confex.com/ams/BLTAIRSE/techprogram/session_17101.htm

 Kristovich, David A. R., Mark J. Hjelmfelt, Maria C. Peters, and Michael S. Timlin. 2001. "Lake Michigan surface temperature variations and impacts on convective intensity." In Ninth Conference on Mesoscale Processes, 30 July - 2 August 2001, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Boston, MA : American Meteorological Society, Paper P5.1, pp. 385-388.  

Kristovich, David A. R., Neil F. Laird, and Mark R. Hjelmfelt. 2003. "Convective evolution across Lake Michigan during a widespread lake-effect snow event." Monthly Weather Review, vol. 131, no. 4, pp. 643-655.

Kristovich, David A. R., Neil F. Laird, and Mark R. Hjelmfelt. 2000. "In situ and airborne doppler radar investigations of lake-effect boundary layer circulations." In 14th Symposium on Boundary Layer and Turbulence. Boston, MA : American Meteorological Society, pp. 484-485.

Kristovich, David A.R., Robert E. LaPlante, Neil F. Laird, and Will Kubina. 2003. "Are thunderstorms that form along lake breezes more intense?", In Extended abstracts: Midwest Extreme and Hazardous Weather Regional Conference, 17-18 October 2003, Champaign, Illinois: Central Illinois Chapter of the American Meteorological Society. Champaign, Illinois: Central Illinois Chapter of the American Meteorological Society, Paper 7.2, 4 p.

Kristovich, David A.R., Maria C. Peters, and Michael S. Timlin. 2001. "Spatial variations of surface temperatures and heat fluxes over Lake Michigan." In 11th Conference on Interaction of the Sea and Atmosphere. Boston, MA : American Meteorological Society, pp. 142-145.

Kristovich, David A.R., Joshua J. Schroeder, Neil Laird, and Mark R. Hjelmfelt. 2003. "Lake-ICE: A look inside lake-effect and lake-enhanced snowstorms", In Extended abstracts: Midwest Extreme and Hazardous Weather Regional Conference, 17-18 October 2003, Champaign, Illinois, Central Illinois Chapter of the American Meteorological Society. Champaign, Illinois: Central Illinois Chapter of the American Meteorological Society, Paper 8.3, 3 p.

Kristovich, David A. R. and Michael L. Spinar. 2005. "Diurnal variations in lake-effect precipitation near the western Great Lakes," Journal of Hydrometeorology, vol.6, no.2, pp. 210-218.

Kristovich, David A.R., and Michael L. Spinar. 2004. “Observations of the diurnal evolution of lake-effect recipitation occurrence”, Preprints: 15th Symposium on Global Climate Change Variations /14th Conference on Applied Climatology, 10-15 January 2004, Seattle, Washington, Boston, MA : American Meteorological Society, paper 5.2, 3 p. (Printed from CD-ROM)

Kristovich, David A.R., George S. Young, Johannes Verlinde, Peter J. Sousounis, Pierre Mourad, Donald Lenschow, Robert M. Rauber, Mohan K.Ramamurthy, Brian F. Jewett, Kenneth Beard, Elen Cutrim, Paul J. DeMott,Edwin W. Eloranta, Mark R. Hjelmfelt, Sonia M. Kreidenweis, Jon Martin, James Moore, Harry T. Ochs III, David C. Rogers, John Scala, Gregory Tripoli, and John Young. 2000. "The lake-induced convection experiment and the snowband dynamics project." Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, vol. 81, no.3, pp. 519-542.

Krohelski, James T., Yu-Feng Lin , William J. Rose, and Randall J. Hunt. 2002. Simulation of Fish, Mud, and Crystal Lakes and the shallow ground-water system, Dane County, Wisconsin. Middleton, WI : U.S. Geological Survey, Water resources investigations report 02-4014, 17 p.

Krug, E.C. 2007. “Coastal change and hypoxia in the northern Gulf of Mexico: Part I.” Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 180-190.

Krug, E.C. and K. Merrifield. 2007. “Marine modification of terrestrial influences on Gulf hypoxia: Part II.” Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 191-209.

Krug, E.C. and D. Winstanley. 2004. "Comparison of mercury in atmospheric deposition and in Illinois and USA soils." Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 98-102. Full Text Available

Krug, E.C. and D. Winstanley. 2003. "Letter to the editor : response to McIsaac and David." The Science of the Total Environment, vol. 305, pp. 257-262.

Krug, E.C. and D. Winstanley. 2002. "The need for comprehensive and consistent treatment of the nitrogen cycle in nitrogen cycling and mass balance studies: I. Terrestrial nitrogen cycle." The Science of the Total Environment, vol. 293, pp. 1-29. Full Text Available

Kruk, Michael, Robert M. Rauber, Greg M. McFarquar, Brian F. Jewett, Robert J. Trapp. 2005. "Bow echoes during BAMEX: Assessing transitions in surface wind damage using WSR-88D data." 11th Conference on Mesoscale Processes/32nd Conference on Radar Meteorology, 24-29 October, 2005, Albuquerque, NM. Boston, MA: American Meteorological Society, Paper JP5J.3. 6p. http://ams.confex.com/ams/32Rad11Meso/techprogram/meeting_32Rad11Meso.htm

Krupa, Sagar, Van Bowersox, Roger Claybrooke, Charles W. Barnes, Les Szabo, Karen Harlin, James Kurle. 2006. “Introduction of Asian soybean rust urediniospores into the Midwestern United States: A case study.” Plant Disease, vol. 90, no. 9, pp. 1254-1259.

Kumar, Praveen, Jay C. Alameda, Peter Bajcsy, Mike Folk, Momcilo Markus. 2005. Hydroinformatics: Data integrative approaches in computation, analysis, and modeling. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. 534 p.

Kunkel, K. E. and S. A., Changnon. 2002. "Causes of major flood losses in the Midwest." Extended abstracts: Midwest Extreme and Hazardous Weather Regional Conference, 17-18 October 2003, Champaign, Illinois. [Champaign, Illinois]: Central Illinois Chapter of the American Meteorolgy Society, 1p. (Printed from CD-ROM)

Kunkel, K. E. and S. A. Changnon. 2002. "Climate conditions favoring the maintenance of the central U.S. tall grass prairie." In Third Symposium on Environmental Applications: facilitating the use of environmental information, 13-17 January 2002, Orlando, Florida. Boston, MA : American Meteorological Society, Paper 6.13, pp. 152-157.

Kunkel, K.E., M.A. Palecki, K.G. Hubbard, D. Robinson, K. Redmond, and D. Easterling. 2007. "Trend identification in twentieth-century U.S. snowfall : the challenges. Journal of Atlmospheric and Oceanic Technology, vol. 24, pp. 64-73.

Kunkel, K. E.., M. Palecki, K.G. Hubbard, D. Robinson, K. Redmond, D. Easterling, L. Ensor. 2007. “Issues with identification of trends in 20th century U.S. snowfall.” Proceedings of the Western Snow Conference, Las Cruces, New Mexico, April 17-20, 2006: Seventy-Fourth Annual Meeting,  pp. 99-107.

Kunkel, Ken, Joe McFarland, Kathy Andrews. 2007. “Chicago gets a perspective on climate change: Cool globes.” Outdoor Illinois, vol. 15, no.6, pp. 16-17.

Kunkel, Ken, Michael Palecki, Leslie Ensor, Kenneth Hubbard, David Robinson, Kelly Redmond, and David Easterling. 2008. "Trends in 20th century U.S. snowfall using a quality-controlled data set." Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, doi10.1175/2008JTECHA1138.1.

Kunkel, Kenneth E. 2002. "Estimation of U.S. design temperatures using daily maximum and minimum temperatures." In ASHRAE Transactions 2002. American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc., vol. 108, Pt. 2, Paper no. 4580 (RP-1171), 11 p.

Kunkel, Kenneth E. 2002. "Estimation of U.S. design temperatures using daily maximum and minimum temperatures." In 13th Conference on Applied Climatology, 3-16 May, 2002, Portland, Oregon. Boston, MA : American Meteorological Society, Paper 12.10, pp. 337-340.

Kunkel, Kenneth E. 2001. "Illinois climate and air quality impacts." In Governor's Conference on Energy and the Illinois Environment, November 7-8, 2001, Springfield, Illinois. [Champaign, IL : University of Illinois, Office of Continuing Education], p. 16.

Kunkel, Kenneth E. 2001. "Midwest trends in precipitation extremes and event periods." In 12th Symposium on Global Change and Climate Variations, Joint with the Symposium on Precipitation Extremes: Predictions, Impacts, and Responses, 14-18 January, 2001, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Boston, MA : American Meteorological Society, Paper J2.7, pp. J74-J75.

Kunkel, Kenneth E. 2003. "North American trends in extreme precipitation." Natural Hazards, vol. 29, no. 2, pp. 291-305.

Kunkel, Kenneth E. 2002. "Putting climate in context: an interview with Stan Changnon." Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, vol. 83, no. 1, pp. 32-35.

Kunkel, Kenneth E. 2003. "Sea surface temperature forcing of the upward trend in U.S. extreme precipitation." Journal of Geophysical Research, vol. 108, no. D1, pp. ACL 6-1 - ACL 6-10.

Kunkel, Kenneth E. 2001. "Surface energy budget and fuel moisture." In Forest Fires. San Diego, CA: Academic Press, pp. 303-350.

Kunkel, Kenneth E., Karen Andsager, and David R Easterling. 2002. "100+ years of short-duration extreme climate events in the U.S." In
13th Conference on Applied Climatology, 3-16 May, 2002, Portland, Oregon. Boston, MA : American Meteorological Society, Paper 6.1, pp. 151-152.

Kunkel, Kenneth E., Karen Andsager, and D. R. Easterling. 2002. "Variability and trends in short-duration extreme events in the U.S." In 13th Symposium on Global Change and Climate Variations, 13-17 January 2002, Orlando, Florida. Boston, MA : American Meteorological Society, Paper 6.9, pp. 83-84.

Kunkel, Kenneth E., Karen Andsager, Xin-Zhong Liang, Raymond W. Arritt, Eugene S. Takle, William J. Gutowski, Jr., and Zaitao Pan. 2002. "Observations and regional climate model simulations of heavy precipitation events and seasonal anomalies: a comparison." Journal of Hydrometeorology, vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 322-334.

Kunkel, Kenneth E. and Stanley A. Changnon. 2003. "Climate-years in the true prairie: temporal fluctuations of ecologically critical climate conditions." Climatic Change, vol. 61, no. 1-2, pp. 101-122.

Kunkel, Kenneth E., David R. Easterling, Kenneth Hubbard, Kelly Redmond. 2004. "Temporal variations in frost-free season in the United States: 1895-2000." Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 31, Paper L03201, 4 p.

Kunkel, Kenneth E., David R. Easterling, Kenneth Hubbard, Kelly Redmond, Karen Andsager, Michael Kruk, and Michael Spinar. 2004. "Quality control of pre-1948 Cooperative Observer Network data". In: PrePrints: 15th Symposium on Global Climate Change Variations /14th Conference on Applied Climatology, 10-15 January 2004, Seatle, Washington. Boston, MA:.American Meteorological Society, Paper 7.6, 8 p.

Kunkel, Kenneth E., David R. Easterling, Kelly Redmond, Kenneth Hubbard. 2003. "Temporal variations of extreme precipitation events in the United States: 1895-2000." Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 30, no. 17, pp. CLM 5-1 - CLM 5-4.

Kunkel, Kenneth E. and Xin-Zhong Liang. 2005. "GCM simulations of the climate in central United States." Journal of Climate, vol.18, no.7, pp.1016-1031.

Kunkel, Kenneth E, Xin-Zhong Liang, Jinhong Zhu, Yirou Lin. 2006. “Can CGCMs simulate the Twentieth-Century “warming hole” in the central United States.” Journal of Climate, vol. 19, no. 17, pp. 4137-4153.

Kunkel, Kenneth E., Robert J. Novak, Richard L. Lampman, and Weidong Gu. 2006.   "Modeling the impact of variable climatic factors on the crossover of culex resauns and culex pipiens (diptera: culicidae), vectors of West Nile in Illinois."  American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol. 74, no. 1, pp. 168‑173.

Kunkel, Kenneth E., Michael A. Palecki, Kenneth G. Hubbard, David A. Robinson, Kelly T. Redmond, David R. Easterling. 2007. “Trend identification in Twentieth-Century U.S. snowfall: The challenges.” Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 64-73.

Kunkel, Kenneth E., Nancy E. Westcott, and David A. R. Kristovich. 2002. "Assessment of potential effects of climate change on heavy lake-effect snowstorms near Lake Erie." Journal of Great Lakes Research, vol. 28, no. 4, pp. 521-536.

Kunkel, Kenneth E., Nancy E. Westcott, and David A.R. Kristovich. 2000. "Focus: Climate change and lake-effect snow." In Preparing for a changing climate: The potential consequences of climate variability and change: Great Lakes overview. Ann Arbor, Mich. : Great Lakes Regional Assessment Group, University of Michigan, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences Department, pp. 25-27.

Kus, Pinar, Christian M. Carrico, Mark J. Rood, Allen Williams. 2004 "Measured and modeled light scattering values for dry and hydrated laboratory aerosols." Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, vol. 21, no. 7, pp. 981-993.

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