1. Claes, N., Paige, G. B., Grana, D., & Parsekian, A. D. (2020). Parameterization of a hydrologic model with geophysical data to simulate observed subsurface return flow paths. Vadose Zone Journal, 19(1). [Open Access]
  2. Jones, B.M., C.D. Arp, G. Grosse, I. Nitze, L. Mark, M. Whitman, L. Farquharson, M. Kanevskiy, A.D. Parsekian, A. Breen, N. Ohara, R. Rangel, K. Hinkel (2020) Identifying historic and future potential lake drainage events on the western Arctic Coastal Plain of northern Alaska. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes.
  3. Gordon, B., S.N. Miller, G.B. Paige, N. Claes, A.D Parsekian (2020) Field scale quantification of return flow. Agricultural Water Management.
  4. 2019

  5. Tai, X., D. Mackay, B. Ewers, A.D. Parsekian, P. Brooks, W. Anderegg, H. Speckman, D. Beverly (2019) Plant hydraulic stress explained tree mortality and tree size explained beetle attack in a mixed conifer forest. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences .
  6. Flinchum, B., W.S. Holbrook, A.D. Parsekian, B.J. Carr (2019) Using borehole and surface nuclear magnetic resonance to characterize the deep critical zone structure of a weathered and fractured granite. Vadose Zone Journal. doi:10.2136/vzj2018.12.0209 [Open Access]
  7. Claes, N., G. Paige, A.D. Parsekian (2019) Uniform and lateral preferential flow under flood irrigation at field scale. Hydrological Processes. doi:10.1002/hyp.13461.
  8. Parsekian, A.D., A.L. Creighton, B.M. Jones, and C.D. Arp (2019) Surface nuclear magnetic resonance observations of permafrost thaw below floating, bedfast, and transitional ice lakes. Geophysics. 84(3), p 1-13. doi:10.1190/GEO2018-0563.1 [Open Access]
  9. Kotikian, M., A.D. Parsekian, G. Paige, A. Carey (2019) Observing heterogeneous unsaturated flow at the hillslope scale using time-lapse ERT. Vadose Zone Journal. doi:10.2136/vzj2018.07.0138 [Open Access]
  10. 2018

  11. Michaelides, R., K. Schaefer, H. Zebker, A. Parsekian, L. Liu, J. Chen, S.M. Natali, S. Ludwig and S. Schaefer (2018) Inference of the impact of wildfire on permafrost and active layer thickness in a discontinuous permafrost region using the remotely sensed active layer thickness (ReSALT) algorithm. Environmental Research Letters. [Open Access]
  12. Creighton, A. L., A.D. Parsekian, M. Angelopoulos, B.M. Jones, A. Bondurant, M. Engram, J. Lenz, P.P. Overduin, G. Grosse, E. Babcock & C.D. Arp, (2018). Transient electromagnetic surveys for the determination of talik depth and geometry beneath thermokarst lakes. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 123(11), p. 9310-9323. [Open Access]
  13. Arp, C., B.M. Jones, M. Engram, V. Alexeev, L. Cai, A.D. Parsekian, K.M. Hinkel, A.C. Bondurant & A.L. Creighton (2018). Contrasting lake ice responses to Winter climate indicate future variability and trends on the Alaskan Arctic Coastal Plain. Environmental Research Letters. 13, p. 125001.[Open Access]
  14. Flinchum, B., W.S. Holbrook, D. Grana, A.D. Parsekian, B. Carr, J. Jiao (2018) Estimating the water holding capacity of the critical zone using near-surface geophysics. Hydrological Processes. doi: 10.1002/hyp.13260
  15. Parsekian, A.D. (2018) Inverse methods to improve accuracy of water content estimates from GPR. Journal of Environmental & Engineering Geophysics. doi: 10.2113/JEEG23.3.349
  16. Ren, S., A.D. Parsekian, Y. Zhang, B. Carr (2018) Hydraulic conductivity calibration of logging NMR in a granite aquifer. Groundwater.
  17. Liefert, D. T., B.N. Shuman,A.D. Parsekian, and J.J. Mercer (2018). Why are some Rocky Mountain lakes ephemeral? Water Resources Research, 54. [Open Access]
  18. Thayer, D, A.D. Parsekian, K. Hyde, H. Speckman, B. Ewers, D. Beverly, M. Covalt, T. Kelleners, N. Ohara, T. Rogers, W.S. Holbrook (2018) Hydrologic partitioning of snowmelt on a snow-dominated subalpine hillslope. Water Resources Research. [Open Access]
  19. Jafarov, E.E., A.D. Parsekian, K. Schaefer, L. Liu, A. C. Chen, S. K. Panda and T. Zhang (2018) Estimating active layer thickness and volumetric water content from ground penetrating radar measurements in Barrow, Alaska. Geoscience Data Journal. 2049-6060. [Open Access]
  20. Fantello, N., A.D. Parsekian, K.M. Walter Anthony (2018) Estimating winter ebullition bubble volume in lake ice using ground-penetrating radar. Geophysics, 83(2), H13-H25.
  21. 2017

  22. Parsekian A.D. N. Claes, K. Singha, B.J. Minsley, B. Carr, E. Voytek, R. Harmon, M.A. Kass, A. Carey, D. Thayer and B. Flinchum (2017) Comparing Measurement Response and Inverted Results of Electrical Resistivity Tomography Instruments Journal of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics, 22 (3): 249-266.
  23. Hein, A., Larsen, J.J., and Parsekian A.D. (2017) Symmetry based frequency domain processing to remove harmonic noise from surface nuclear magnetic resonance measurements. Geophysical Journal International, 208 (2): 724-736. doi: 10.1093/gji/ggw433.
  24. 2016

  25. Jones, B. M., Baughman, C. A., Romanovsky, V. E., Parsekian, A. D., Babcock, E. L., Stephani, E., Jones, M. C., Grosse, G., and Berg, E. E.: (2016) Presence of rapidly degrading permafrost plateaus in south-central Alaska, The Cryosphere, 10, 2673-2692, doi:10.5194/tc-10-2673-2016. [Open Access]
  26. Arp, C. D., B. M. Jones, G. Grosse, A. C. Bondurant, V. E. Romanovsky, K. M. Hinkel, and A. D. Parsekian (2016), Threshold sensitivity of shallow Arctic lakes and sublake permafrost to changing winter climate, Geophys. Res. Lett. , 43, doi:10.1002/2016GL068506.[Open Access]
  27. Chen, A., A. D. Parsekian, K. Schaefer, E. Jafarov, S. Panda, L. Liu, T. Zhang, H. Zebker (2016) GPR-derived measurements of active layer thickness on the landscape scale with sparse calibration at Toolik and Happy Valley, Alaska, Geophysics.
  28. Mawer, C., A.D. Parsekian, A., Pidlisecky and R. Knight (2016). Characterizing Heterogeneity in Infiltration Rates During Managed Aquifer Recharge. Groundwater.
  29. Knight, R., Walsh, D. O., Butler, J. J., Grunewald, E., Liu, G., Parsekian, A. D., Reboulet, E. C., Knobbe, S. and Barrows, M. (2016), NMR Logging to Estimate Hydraulic Conductivity in Unconsolidated Aquifers. Groundwater. 54: 104–114. doi:10.1111/gwat.12324.
  30. 2015

  31. Parsekian, A.D., & Grombacher, D. (2015). Uncertainty estimates for surface nuclear magnetic resonance water content and relaxation time profiles from bootstrap statistics. Journal of Applied Geophysics, 119, 61-70. [link]
  32. Schaefer K., Liu L., Parsekian A, Jafarov E., Chen A., Zhang T., Gusmeroli A., Panda S., Zebker H.A., and Schaefer T. (2015) Remotely Sensed Active Layer Thickness (ReSALT) at Barrow, Alaska Using Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar. Remote Sensing. 2015; 7(4):3735-3759.[Open Access]
  33. Parsekian, A.D., K. Singha, B. Minsley, W.S. Holbrook and L. Slater (2015) Multiscale Geophysical Imaging of the Critical Zone, Reviews of Geophysics, 53, doi:10.1002/2014RG000465.[Open Access]
  34. Parsekian, A. D., K. Dlubac, J. Butler, E. Grunewald, R. Knight and D. Walsh (2015) Bootstrap calibration of downhole nuclear magnetic resonance hydraulic conductivity estimates in an unconsolidated aquifer. Groundwater, doi: 10.1111/gwat.12165.
  35. 2014

  36. Parsekian, A.D., J. Regnery, A.D. Wing, R. Knight and J.E. Drewes (2014) Geophysical and hydrochemical identification of flow paths with implications for water quality at an ARR site, Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation, 34: 105–116. doi: 10.1111/gwmr.12071.
  37. Liu, L., K. Schaefer, A. Gusmeroli, G. Grosse, B.M. Jones, T. Zhang, A.D. Parsekian, and H.A. Zebker, (2014) Seasonal thaw settlement at drained thermokarst lake basins, Arctic Alaska, The Cryosphere, 8, 815-826, doi:10.5194/tc-8-815-2014.[Open Access]
  38. Comas, X., N. Kettridge , A. Binley , L. Slater , A. Parsekian, A. Baird, M. Strack , J. Waddington (2014) The effect of peat structure on the spatial distribution of biogenic gases within bogs. Hydrological Processes. doi: 10.1002/hyp.10056.
  39. 2013

  40. Loisel, J., Yu, Z., Parsekian, A., Nolan, J., Slater, L. (2013) Quantifying landscape morphology influence on peatland lateral expansion using ground penetrating radar (GPR) and peat core analysis. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeoscience, 118. doi: 10.1002/jgrg.20029.[Open Access]
  41. Parsekian, A.D., G. Grosse, J. O. Walbrecker, M. Müler-Petke, K. Keating, L. Liu, B. M. Jones, and R. Knight (2013) Detecting unfrozen sediments below thermokarst lakes with Surface Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. Geophysical Research Letters, 40, 1-6. doi:10.1002/grl.50137.[Open Access]
  42. 2012

  43. Parsekian, A. D., L. Slater, S. Sebestyen, R. Kolka, D. Ntarlagiannis, J. Nolan and P.J. Hanson (2012) Uncertainty in Peat Volume and Soil Carbon Estimated using Ground-Penetrating Radar and Probing. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 76(5), 1911 – 1918. doi:10.2136/sssaj2012.0040.
  44. Parsekian, A. D., L. Slater and K.V.R. Schäfer (2012) Small root biomass effect on the dielectric properties of soil. Vadose Zone Journal, 11(1). doi: vzj2011.0049.
  45. Parsekian, A. D., L. Slater and D. Gimenéz (2012) Application of ground penetrating radar to measure near-saturation soil water content in peat soils, Water Resources Research, 48, W02533, doi:10.1029/2011WR011303.[Open Access]
  46. 2011

  47. Parsekian, A. D., B.M. Jones, M. Jones, G. Grosse, K. Walter Anthony and L. Slater (2011) Expansion rate and geometry of floating vegetation mats on the margins of thermokarst lakes, northern Seward Peninsula, Alaska, USA. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 36 (14), pp. 1889-1897. doi: 10.1002/esp.2210.
  48. Parsekian, A. D., X. Comas, L. Slater, and P.H. Glaser (2011), Geophysical evidence for the lateral distribution of free phase gas at the peat basin scale in a large northern peatland, Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeoscience, 116, G03008, doi:10.1029/2010JG001543.[Open Access]
  49. 2010

  50. Parsekian, A. D., L. Slater, X. Comas, and P. H. Glaser (2010), Variations in free-phase gases in peat landforms determined by ground-penetrating radar, Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeoscience, 115, G02002, doi:10.1029/2009JG001086. [Open Access]