Michael E. McClain
Michael E. McClain
Professor of Ecohydrology, IHE Delft and Delft University of Technology
Verified email at un-ihe.org - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Biogeochemical hot spots and hot moments at the interface of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems
ME McClain, EW Boyer, CL Dent, SE Gergel, NB Grimm, PM Groffman, ...
Ecosystems, 301-312, 2003
18042003
Riparia: ecology, conservation, and management of streamside communities
RJ Naiman, H Decamps, ME McClain
Elsevier, 2010
11992010
Preserving the biodiversity and ecological services of rivers: new challenges and research opportunities
ÁH Arthington, RJ Naiman, ME Mcclain, C Nilsson
Freshwater Biology 55 (1), 1-16, 2010
4862010
Land use and climate change impacts on the hydrology of the upper Mara River Basin, Kenya: results of a modeling study to support better resource management
LM Mango, AM Melesse, ME McClain, D Gann, SG Setegn
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 15 (7), 2245-2258, 2011
3252011
The impact of accelerating land-use change on the N-cycle of tropical aquatic ecosystems: current conditions and projected changes
JA Downing, M McClain, R Twilley, JM Melack, J Elser, NN Rabalais, ...
Biogeochemistry 46 (1-3), 109-148, 1999
2891999
Nitrogen yields from undisturbed watersheds in the Americas
WM Lewis, JM Melack, WH McDowell, M McClain, JE Richey
New Perspectives on nitrogen cycling in the temperate and tropical Americas …, 1999
2421999
Organic matter in Bolivian tributaries of the Amazon River: A comparison to the lower mainstream
JI Hedges, E Mayorga, E Tsamakis, ME McClain, A Aufdenkampe, P Quay, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 45 (7), 1449-1466, 2000
2182000
Suspended sediment load prediction of river systems: An artificial neural network approach
AM Melesse, S Ahmad, ME McClain, X Wang, YH Lim
Agricultural Water Management 98 (5), 855-866, 2011
1572011
Merging aquatic and terrestrial perspectives of nutrient biogeochemistry
NB Grimm, SE Gergel, WH McDowell, EW Boyer, CL Dent, P Groffman, ...
Oecologia 137 (4), 485-501, 2003
1492003
Dissolved organic matter and terrestrial‐lotic linkages in the central Amazon basin of Brazil
ME McClain, JE Richey, JA Brandes, TP Pimentel
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 11 (3), 295-311, 1997
1281997
Socioeconomic drivers of deforestation in the Northern Ecuadorian Amazon
CF Mena, RE Bilsborrow, ME McClain
Environmental Management 37 (6), 802-815, 2006
1182006
Groundwater nitrogen dynamics at the terrestrial-lotic interface of a small catchment in the Central Amazon Basin
ME McClain, JE Richey, TP Pimentel
Biogeochemistry 27 (2), 113-127, 1994
1171994
Andean influences on the biogeochemistry and ecology of the Amazon River
ME McClain, RJ Naiman
BioScience 58 (4), 325-338, 2008
1122008
Riparian zones: where biogeochemistry meets biodiversity in management practice
H Decamps, G Pinay, RJ Naiman, GE Petts, ME McCLAIN, ...
Polish Journal of Ecology 52 (1), 3-18, 2004
962004
Assessment of water resources availability and demand in the Mara River Basin
SB Dessu, AM Melesse, MG Bhat, ME McClain
Catena 115, 104-114, 2014
722014
Nutrient vectors and riparian processing: a review with special reference to African semiarid savanna ecosystems
SM Jacobs, JS Bechtold, HC Biggs, NB Grimm, S Lorentz, ME McClain, ...
Ecosystems 10 (8), 1231-1249, 2007
722007
Terrestrial inputs to Amazon streams and internal biogeochemical processing
ME McClain, H Elsenbeer
The biogeochemistry of the Amazon Basin, 185-208, 2001
682001
The biogeochemistry of dissolved nitrogen, phosphorus, and organic carbon along terrestrial-aquatic flowpaths of a montane headwater catchment in the Peruvian Amazon
TJ Saunders, ME McClain, CA Llerena
Hydrological Processes 20 (12), 2549-2562, 2006
652006
Mapping the world’s free-flowing rivers
G Grill, B Lehner, M Thieme, B Geenen, D Tickner, F Antonelli, S Babu, ...
Nature 569 (7755), 215, 2019
622019
15N evidence for the origin and cycling of inorganic nitrogen in a small Amazonian catchment
JA Brandes, ME McClain, TP Pimentel
Biogeochemistry 34 (1), 45-56, 1996
601996
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