John T. Van Stan, II
John T. Van Stan, II
Associate Professor, Cleveland State University
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Temporal variability of stemflow volume in a beech-yellow poplar forest in relation to tree species and size
D Levia, J Van Stan, S Mage, P Kelley-Hauske
Journal of Hydrology 380 (1-2), 112-120, 2010
A review and evaluation of forest canopy epiphyte roles in the partitioning and chemical alteration of precipitation
JT Van Stan II, TG Pypker
Science of the Total Environment 536, 813-824, 2015
Temporal variation in end‐member chemistry and its influence on runoff mixing patterns in a forested, Piedmont catchment
S Inamdar, G Dhillon, S Singh, S Dutta, D Levia, D Scott, M Mitchell, ...
Water Resources Research 49 (4), 1828-1844, 2013
Effects of wind-driven rainfall on stemflow generation between codominant tree species with differing crown characteristics
JT Van Stan II, CM Siegert, DF Levia Jr, CE Scheick
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151 (9), 1277-1286, 2011
Inter‐ and intraspecific variation of stemflow production from Fagus grandifolia Ehrh. (American beech) and Liriodendron tulipifera L. (yellow poplar) in relation to …
JT Van Stan, DF Levia Jr
Ecohydrology: Ecosystems, Land and Water Process Interactions …, 2010
Efficiency of the reformulated Gash's interception model in semiarid afforestations
SMM Sadeghi, P Attarod, JT Van Stan II, TG Pypker, D Dunkerley
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 201, 76-85, 2015
Canopy structure in relation to hydrological and biogeochemical fluxes
TG Pypker, DF Levia, J Staelens, JTV Stan
Forest hydrology and biogeochemistry, 371-388, 2011
The importance of considering rainfall partitioning in afforestation initiatives in semiarid climates: A comparison of common planted tree species in Tehran, Iran
SMM Sadeghi, P Attarod, JT Van Stan, TG Pypker
Science of the Total Environment 568, 845-855, 2016
Evolution of forest precipitation water storage measurement methods
J Friesen, J Lundquist, JT Van Stan
Hydrological Processes 29 (11), 2504-2520, 2015
Significant contribution of non-vascular vegetation to global rainfall interception
P Porada, JT Van Stan, A Kleidon
Nature Geoscience 11 (8), 563-567, 2018
Mini-review: stemflow as a resource limitation to near-stem soils
JT Van Stan, DA Gordon
Frontiers in Plant Science 9, 248, 2018
Impact of interacting bark structure and rainfall conditions on stemflow variability in a temperate beech-oak forest, central Germany
JT Van Stan, ES Lewis, A Hildebrandt, C Rebmann, J Friesen
Hydrological Sciences Journal 61 (11), 2071-2083, 2016
Tree‐DOM: Dissolved organic matter in throughfall and stemflow
JT Van Stan, A Stubbins
Limnology and Oceanography Letters 3 (3), 199-214, 2018
Atmospheric deposition and corresponding variability of stemflow chemistry across temporal scales in a mid-Atlantic broadleaved deciduous forest
DF Levia, JT Van Stan, CM Siegert, SP Inamdar, MJ Mitchell, SM Mage, ...
Atmospheric Environment 45 (18), 3046-3054, 2011
Molecular and optical properties of tree-derived dissolved organic matter in throughfall and stemflow from live oaks and eastern red cedar
A Stubbins, LM Silva, T Dittmar, JT Van Stan
Frontiers in Earth Science 5, 22, 2017
The effects of phenoseason and storm characteristics on throughfall solute washoff and leaching dynamics from a temperate deciduous forest canopy
JT Van Stan II, DF Levia Jr, SP Inamdar, M Lepori-Bui, MJ Mitchell
Science of the Total Environment 430, 48-58, 2012
Development and testing of a snow interceptometer to quantify canopy water storage and interception processes in the rain/snow transition zone of the North Cascades, Washington …
KA Martin, JT Van Stan, SE Dickerson‐Lange, JA Lutz, JW Berman, ...
Water Resources Research 49 (6), 3243-3256, 2013
A global synthesis of throughfall and stemflow hydrometeorology
SMM Sadeghi, DA Gordon, JT Van Stan II
Precipitation partitioning by vegetation, 49-70, 2020
Canopy hydrometeorological dynamics across a chronosequence of a globally invasive species, Ailanthus altissima (Mill., tree of heaven)
SMM Sadeghi, JT Van Stan II, TG Pypker, J Friesen
Agricultural and forest meteorology 240, 10-17, 2017
Importance of transitional leaf states in canopy rainfall partitioning dynamics
SMM Sadeghi, JT Van Stan, TG Pypker, J Tamjidi, J Friesen, ...
European Journal of Forest Research 137 (1), 121-130, 2018
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