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J. Selker, Tyler, S., and Van de Giesen, N. C., Comment on ‘‘Capabilities and limitations of tracing spatial temperature patterns by fiber-optic distributed temperature sensing’’by Liliana Rose et al., Water Resources Research, 50 (6), 2014, 2014.
J. Selker, We aren't done yet: hydrological discovery based on new sensor systems, in AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2012.
J. Selker, Niemet, M., Mcduffie, N. G., Gorelick, S. M., and Parlange, J. - Y., The local geometry of gas injection into saturated homogeneous porous media, Transport in porous media, vol. 68, pp. 107–127, 2007.
J. Selker, Lane, J. W., Rupp, D. E., Hut, R., Najm, M. R. Abou, Stewart, R. D., Van de Giesen, N., and Selker, F., The answer is blowing in the wind: using wind induced resonance of trees to measure time varying canopy mass, including interception, in AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2011.
J. Selker, A two-color twist on test taking, 2010.
J. Selker, Taking the Temperature of Ecological Systems With Fiber Optics: Fiber Optic Distributed Temperature Sensing for Ecological Characterization; Blue River, Oregon, 10–15 September 2007, Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, vol. 89, pp. 187–187, 2008.
J. Selker, Sander, G., Steenhuis, T., D Barry, A., and Kustas, W. P., Learning from the scientific legacies of W. Brutsaert and J.-Y. Parlange, Water Resources Research, vol. 50, pp. 1856–1857, 2014.
J. Selker and , Irrigation system maintenance, groundwater quality, and improved production. 2004.
J. Selker and Schroth, M. H., Evaluation of hydrodynamic scaling in porous media using finger dimensions, 1998.
J. Selker, Rupp, D. Earl, and , Groundwater and nitrogen management in Willamette Valley mint production. 2004.
J. Selker, Steenhuis, T. S., and Parlange, J. Y., Preferential flow in homogeneous sandy soils without layering, Paper-American Society of Agricultural Engineers (USA), 1989.
F. Selker and Selker, J., Monitoring Movement in Fluid-Containing Environment via Variable Heating. 2013.
J. Selker and Haith, D. A., Development and testing of single-parameter precipitation distributions, 1990.
J. Selker and Selker, F., Use of Optical Fiber for Distributed Monitoring of Machinery. 2011.
J. Selker, Higgins, C. W., and Tai, L. C. M., Continental Tele-connections of ET and Precipitation: Tractable Models, Viable Management, and Potential Monitoring., in AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2014.
J. Selker, Thevenaz, L., Huwald, H., Mallet, A., Luxemburg, W., Van De Giesen, N., Stejskal, M., Zeman, J., Westhoff, M. C., and Parlange, M. B., Distributed fiber-optic temperature sensing for hydrologic systems, Water Resources Research, vol. 42, 2006.
J. Selker, Detecting Vertical Movement of Fluid in Wells and Aquifers with High Resolution and Over Long Times Using Fiber Optics, in 2014 NGWA Groundwater Summit, 2014.
J. Selker, Fry, V. A., and Gorelick, S. M., Experimental investigations for trapping oxygen gas in saturated porous media for in situ bioremediation, 1997.
J. Selker, Unstable wetting in homogeneous soils under continuous infiltration. Cornell University, Jan., 1991.
J. Selker and Rupp, D. E., An environmentally driven time-integrating water sampler, Water resources research, vol. 41, 2005.
J. Selker, Steenhuis, T. S., and Parlange, J. - Y., An engineering approach to fingered vadose pollutant transport, Geoderma, vol. 70, pp. 197–206, 1996.
J. Selker, Rupp, D. Earl, and , Groundwater and nitrogen management in Willamette Valley mint production. 2004.
J. Selker, McCord, J. T., and C Keller, K., Vadose zone processes. 1999.
J. Selker, Parlange, J. - Y., and Steenhuis, T. S., Comments on “Laboratory Tests of a Theory of Fingering During Infiltration into Layered Soils”, Soil Science Society of America Journal, vol. 55, pp. 896–896, 1991.
F. Selker and Selker, J., Flume testing of underwater seep detection using temperature sensing on or just below the surface of sand or gravel sediments, Water Resources Research, vol. 50, pp. 4530–4534, 2014.