Baker, T.J. and S.N. Miller. 2013. Using the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) to assess land use impact on water resources in an East African watershed. Journal of Hydrology (Amsterdam) , 486 (2013): 100-111.

Baldyga, T.J., S.N. Miller, W.A. Shivoga, and C. Maina-Gichaba. 2004. Assessing land cover change impacts using remote sensing and hydrologic modeling. In: Proceedings, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, May 23-28, 2004.

Barlow, J.E., I.S. Burns, W.G. Kepner, G.S. Sidman, D.C. Goodrich, D.P. Guertin, and J.M. McCarthy. 2014. Assessing Hydrologic Impacts of Future Land Cover Change Scenarios in the South Platte River Basin (CO, WY, & NE). EPA/600/R-14/328 and ARS/309194

Burns, I.S., D.J. Semmens, S.N. Scott, L.R. Levick, D.C. Goodrich, and W.G. Kepner. 2004. The Automated Geospatial Watershed Assessment (AGWA) tool – Enhanced capabilities of just released version 1.4. In: Proceedings, Arizona Hydrological Society 17th Annual Symposium, Tucson, AZ, September 15-18, 2004.

Burns, I.S., W.G. Kepner, G.S. Sidman, D.C. Goodrich, D.P. Guertin, L.R. Levick, W.W.S. Yee, M.M.A. Scianni, C.S. Meek, and J.B. Vollmer. 2013. Assessing Hydrologic Impacts of Future Land Cover Change Scenarios in the San Pedro River (U.S./Mexico). EPA/600/R-13/074 and ARS/294076.

Canfield, H.E., D.C. Goodrich. 2005. Suggested changes to AGWA to account for fire (V 2.1).

Canfield, H.E., D.C. Goodrich, and I.S. Burns. 2005. Selection of parameter values to model post-fire runoff and sediment transport at the watershed scale in southwestern forests. In: Proceedings, ASCE Watershed Management Conference, Williamsburg, VA, July 19-22, 2005.

Cate, A., D.C. Goodrich, and D.P. Guertin. 2006. Integrating hydrologic models and spatial data in a distributed internet application. In: Proceedings, Third Federal Interagency Hydrologic Modeling Conference, Reno, NV, April 2-6 2006.

Daniel, E.B., J.V. Camp, E.F. LeBoueuf, J.R. Penrod, J.P. Dobbins, and M.D. Abkowitz. 2011. Watershed modeling and its applications: A state-of-the-art review. The Open Hydrology Journal 5:26–50.

Goodrich, D.C., C.L. Unkrich, R.E. Smith, D.P. Guertin, M. Hernandez, I.S. Burns, J.E. Massart, L. Levick, S.N. Miller, D.J. Semmens, and W.G. Kepner. 2010. The AGWA-KINEROS2 Suite of Modeling Tools. In: Proceedings, Amer. Soc. Civil Eng., 2010 Watershed Management Conference, 1294-1305.

Goodrich, D.C., D.P. Guertin , I.S. Burns, M.A. Nearing, J.J. Stone, H. Wei, P. Heilman, M. Hernandez, K. Spaeth, F. Pierson, G.B. Paige, S.N. Miller, W.G. Kepner, G. Ruyle, M.P. McClaran, M. Weltz, and L. Jolley. 2011. AGWA: The Automated Geospatial Watershed Assessment Tool to Inform Rangeland Management. Rangelands ,33(4), 41-47.

Goodrich, D.C., H.E. Canfield, I.S. Burns, D.J. Semmens, S.N. Miller, M. Hernandez, L.R. Levick, D.P. Guertin, and W.G. Kepner. 2005. Rapid post-fire hydrologic watershed assessment using the AGWA GIS-based hydrologic modeling tool. In: Proceedings, ASCE Watershed Management Conference, Williamsburg, VA, July 19-22, 2005.

Goodrich, D.C., I.S. Burns, C.L. Unkrich, D. Semmens, D.P. Guertin, M. Hernandez, S. Yatheendradas, J.R. Kennedy, L. Levick. 2012. KINEROS2/AGWA: Model Use, Calibration, and Validation. Transactions of the ASABE. 55(4): 1561-1574.

Goodrich, D.C., S. Scott, M. Hernandez, I.S. Burns, L. Levick, A. Cate, W. Kepner, D. Semmens, S. Miller, and P. Guertin. 2006. Automated Geospatial Watershed Assessment (AGWA): A GIS-Based Hydrologic Modeling Tool for Watershed Management and Landscape Assessment. In: Proceedings, Third Federal Interagency Hydrologic Modeling Conference, Reno, NV, April 2-6, 2006.

Guertin, D.P., D.C. Goodrich, W.G. Kepner, D.J. Semmens, M. Hernandez, I.S. Burns, A. Cate, L.R. Levick, and S.N. Miller. 2008 (see pp. 49-50). Automated Geospatial Watershed Assessment (AGWA)—A GIS-Based Hydrologic Modeling Tool for Watershed Assessment and Analysis. In Norman, Laura M., Hirsch, Derrick D., and Ward, A. Wesley, eds., Proceedings of a USGS Workshop on facing tomorrow’s challenges along the U.S.-Mexico border; monitoring, modeling, and forecasting change within the Arizona-Sonora transboundary watersheds: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1322, 63 p. [ http://pubs.usgs.gov/circ/1322/c1322.pdf ].

Hamad, J.T., T.A. Eshtawi, A.M. Abushaban, and M.O. Habboub. 2012. Modeling the Impact of Land-Use Change on Water Budget of Gaza Strip. Journal of Water Resource and Protection , 4(6): 325.

Hernandez, M., D.J. Semmens, S.N. Miller, D.C. Goodrich, and W.G. Kepner. 2005. Development and Application of the Automated Geospatial Watershed Assessment Tool. Accepted for publication in forthcoming USDA-INIFAP book titled Modeling and Remote Sensing in Agriculture (U.S-Mexico).

Hernandez, M., S.N. Miller, D.C. Goodrich, B.F. Goff, W.G. Kepner, C.M. Edmonds, and K.B. Jones. 2000. Modeling Runoff Response to Land Cover and Rainfall Spatial Variability in Semi-arid Watersheds. Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 64: 285-298. Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Hernandez, M., W.G. Kepner, D.C. Goodrich, and D.J. Semmens. 2010. The Use of Scenario Analysis to Assess Water Ecosystem Services in Response to Future Land Use Change in the Willamette River Basin, Oregon. pp 97-111, IOS Publishers, Amsterdam. ISBN: 978-1-60750-578-5.

Hernandez, M., W.G. Kepner, D.J. Semmens, D.W. Ebert, D.C. Goodrich, and S.N. Miller. 2003. Integrating a Landscape/Hydrologic Analysis for Watershed Assessment. In: Proceedings, First Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds, Benson, AZ, October 27-30, 2003.

Kepner, W.G., D.J. Semmens, M. Hernandez, and D.C. Goodrich. 2008. Evaluating Hydrological Response to Forecasted Land-Use Change. Chapter 15, The North American Land Cover Summit, Association of American Geographers, Washington, DC, 275-292, (2008).

Kepner, W.G., D.J. Semmens, M. Hernandez, and D.C. Goodrich. 2009. Evaluating Hydrological Response to Forecasted Land-Use Change: Scenario Testing with the Automated Geospatial Watershed Assessment (AGWA) Tool. In  Webb, R.M.T., and Semmens, D.J. (Eds.), Planning for an Uncertain Future—Monitoring, Integration, and Adaptation. Proceedings of the Third Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2009-5049. pp 79-84.

Kepner, W.G., D.J. Semmens, S.D. Bassett, D.A. Mouat, and D.C. Goodrich. 2004. Scenario Analysis for the San Pedro River, Analyzing Hydrological Consequences of a Future Environment. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 94: 115-127. Kluwer Academic Publishers. http://dx.doi.org/10.1023/B:EMAS.0000016883.10110.15

Kepner, W.G., M. Hernandez, D.J. Semmens, and D.C. Goodrich. 2008. The Use of Scenario Analysis to Assess Future Landscape Change on a Watershed Condition in the Pacific Northwest (USA). In: Use of Landscape Sciences for the Assessment of Environmental Security. Springer, The Netherlands, ISBN 978-1-4020-6588-0. pp. 237-261.

Kepner, W.G., M.M. Ramsey, E.S. Brown, M.E. Jarchow, K.J.M. Dickinson, and A.F. Mark. 2012. Hydrologic futures: using scenario analysis to evaluate impacts of forecasted land use change on hydrologic services. Ecosphere 3(7):69. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES11-00367.1

Korgaonkar, Y., I.S. Burns, D.P. Guertin, D.C. Goodrich, C.L. Unkrich, J.E. Barlow, and W.G. Kepner. 2014. Representing Green Infrastructure Management Techniques in Arid and Semi-arid Regions: Software Implementation and Demonstration using the AGWA/KINEROS2 Watershed Model. EPA/600/R-14/329 and ARS/309819.

Levick, L.R., D.J. Semmens, D.P. Guertin, I.S. Burns, S.N. Scott, C.L. Unkrich, and D.C. Goodrich. 2004. Adding Global Soils Data to the Automated Geospatial Watershed Assessment Tool (AGWA). In: Proceedings, 2nd International Symposium on Transboundary Waters Management, Tucson, Arizona, Nov. 16-19, 2004.

Levick, L.R., D.P. Guertin, S.N. Scott, D.J. Semmens, and D.C. Goodrich. 2006. Automated Geospatial Watershed Assessment Tool (AGWA): Uncertainty analysis of common input data. In: Proceedings, Third Federal Interagency Hydrologic Modeling Conference, Reno, NV, April 2-6, 2006.

Levick, L.R., J. Fonseca, D. Goodrich, M. Hernandez, D. Semmens, J. Stromberg, R. Leidy, M. Scianni, D.P. Guertin, M. Tluczek, and W. Kepner. 2008. The Ecological and Hydrological Significance of Ephemeral and Intermittent Streams in the Arid and Semi-arid American Southwest. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and USDA/ARS Southwest Watershed Research Center, EPA/600/R-08/134, ARS/233046.

Maqueda, A., J. Ren, and F. Lozano. 2008. Assessment of Land Cover Change Effect on the Hydrology of the San Juan River Watershed, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Journal of Environmental Hydrology, 16.

Miller, R.C., D.P. Guertin, and P. Heilman. 2004. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN WATERSHED MANAGEMENT DECISION MAKING. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 40: 347–357. doi: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2004.tb01034.x

Miller, S.N. 2004. Successfully managing multiple uses of water: Practical aspects and case studies. Chapter II In: Risk Assessment as a Tool for Water Resources Decision-Making in Central Asia, Teaf, C.M., B.K. Yessekin, and M.K. Khankhasayev, (eds). Kluwer Academics, The Netherlands, pp 113-131.

Miller, S.N., D.J. Semmens, D.C. Goodrich, M. Hernandez, R.C. Miller, W.G. Kepner, and D.P. Guertin. 2007. The Automated Geospatial Watershed Assessment Tool. Environmental Modeling and Software, 22(3):365-377.

Miller, S.N., D.J. Semmens, R.C. Miller, M. Hernandez, D.C. Goodrich, W.P. Miller, W.G. Kepner, and D.W. Ebert. 2002. GIS-based Hydrologic Modeling: The Automated Geospatial Watershed Assessment Tool. In: Proceedings, Second Federal Interagency Hydrologic Modeling Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, July 28 – August 1, 2002.

Miller, S.N., D.P. Guertin, and D.C. Goodrich. 2004. Assessing uncertainty in hydrologic modeling resulting from remote sensing misclassification. In: Proceedings, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, May 23-28, 2004.

Miller, S.N., D.P. Guertin, and D.C. Goodrich. 2007. Hydrologic modeling uncertainty resulting from land cover misclassification. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 43(4):1065-1075.

Miller, S.N., W.G. Kepner, M.H. Mehaffey, M. Hernandez, R.C. Miller, D.C. Goodrich, F.K. Devonald, D.T. Heggem, and W.P. Miller. 2002. Integrating Landscape Assessment and Hydrologic Modeling for Land Cover Change Analysis. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 38(4):915-929.

Nazarnejad, H., K. Solaimani, K. Shahedi, and V. Sheikh. 2012. Evaluating hydrological response to land use change using the AGWA-GIS based hydrologic modeling tools. International Journal of Agriculture: Research and Review , 2(special issue): 942-948.

Nedkov, S. and B. Burkhard. 2012. Flood regulating ecosystem services—Mapping supply and demand, in the Etropole municipality, Bulgaria. Ecological Indicators, Volume 21, Pages 67-79, ISSN 1470-160X, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2011.06.022.

Nikolova, M., S. Nedkov, S. Iankov, and D. Semmens. 2008. Environmental Quality and Landscape-Hazard Assessment in the Yantra River Basin, Bulgaria. In Use of Landscape Sciences for the Assessment of Environmental Security, NATO Security through Science Series, Springer Publishers, The Netherlands, pp. 209-224.

Norman, L. M., H. Huth, L. Levick, I.S. Burns, D.P. Guertin, F. Lara-Valencia, and D. Semmens. 2010. Flood hazard awareness and hydrologic modelling at Ambos Nogales, United States-Mexico border. Journal of Flood Risk Management , 3(2): 151-165.

Semmens, D.J., and D.C. Goodrich. 2005. Planning Change: Case Studies Illustrating the Benefits of GIS and Land-Use Data in Environmental Planning. In: Proceedings, International Conference on Hydrological Perspectives for Sustainable Development, Roorkee, India, Feb. 23-25, 2005.

Semmens, D.J., D.C. Goodrich, C.L. Unkrich, R.E. Smith, D.A. Woolhiser, and S.N. Miller. 2005. KINEROS2 and the AGWA modeling framework. In: Chapter 6 in The GWADI International Modeling Worshop, UNESCO on-line publication, 30 p.

Semmens, D.J., D.C. Goodrich, C.L. Unkrich, R.E. Smith, D.A. Woolhiser, and S.N. Miller. 2008. KINEROS2 and the AGWA modeling framework. In: Hydrological Modelling In Arid and Semi-Arid Areas, Wheater, H., Sorooshian, S., and Sharma, K.D. (eds). Cambridge University Press, New York, 206pp.

Semmens, D.J., M. Hernandez, D.C. Goodrich, W.G. Kepner. 2006. A Retrospective Analysis of Model Uncertainty for Forecasting Hydrologic Change. In: Proceedings, iEMSs Third Biennial Meeting: “Summit on Environmental Modelling and Software”. International Environmental Modelling and Software Society, Voinov, A., Jakeman, A., Rizzoli, A. (eds). Burlington, USA, July 2006. CD ROM. Internet: http://www.iemss.org/iemss2006/sessions/all.html

Semmens, D.J., W.G. Kepner, D.C. Goodrich, D.P Guertin, M. Hernandez, and S.N. Miller. 2006. From research to management: a suite of GIS-based watershed modeling, assessment and planning tools. In: Proceedings, iEMSs Third Biennial Meeting: “Summit on Environmental Modelling and Software”. International Environmental Modelling and Software Society, Voinov, A., Jakeman, A., Rizzoli, A. (eds). Burlington, USA, July 2006. CD ROM. Internet: http://www.iemss.org/iemss2006/sessions/all.html

Sidman, G., D.P. Guertin, D.C. Goodrich, D. Thoma, D. Falk, I.S. Burns. 2015. A coupled modeling approach to assess the impact of fuel treatments on post-wildfire runoff and erosion. International Journal of Wildland Fire. In press: 2015

Schaffner, M., C. Unkrich, D.C. Goodrich, A. Tardy, and J. Laber. 2014. Modeling Flash Flood Events in an Ungaged Semi-Arid Basin using a Real-Time Distributed Model: Fish Creek near Anza Borrego, California. NOAA Technical Attachment 14-02. http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/wrh/pubs.php

Weltz, M.A., L. Jolley, D. Goodrich, K. Boykin, M. Nearing, J. Stone, P. Guertin, M. Hernandez, K. Spaeth, F. Pierson, C. Morris, and B. Kepner. 2011. Techniques for assessing the environmental outcomes of conservation practices applied to rangeland watersheds. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation , 66(5), 154A-162A.

Yang, B. and M.H. Li. 2011. Assessing planning approaches by watershed streamflow modeling: Case study of The Woodlands; Texas. Landscape and Urban Planning , 99(1): 9-22.