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David R. Steward
David R. Steward
Professor Emeritus, Kansas State University
Verified email at ksu.edu
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Tapping unsustainable groundwater stores for agricultural production in the High Plains Aquifer of Kansas, projections to 2110
DR Steward, PJ Bruss, X Yang, SA Staggenborg, SM Welch, MD Apley
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (37), E3477-E3486, 2013
2822013
Peak groundwater depletion in the High Plains Aquifer, projections from 1930 to 2110
DR Steward, AJ Allen
Agricultural Water Management 170, 36-48, 2016
1402016
Accessible integration of agriculture, groundwater, and economic models using the Open Modeling Interface (OpenMI): methodology and initial results
T Bulatewicz, X Yang, JM Peterson, S Staggenborg, SM Welch, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 14 (3), 521-534, 2010
682010
The simple script wrapper for OpenMI: enabling interdisciplinary modeling studies
T Bulatewicz, A Allen, JM Peterson, S Staggenborg, SM Welch, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 39, 283-294, 2013
442013
Groundwater economics: An object‐oriented foundation for integrated studies of irrigated agricultural systems
DR Steward, JM Peterson, X Yang, T Bulatewicz, M Herrera‐Rodriguez, ...
Water resources research 45 (5), 2009
402009
Improved coastal boundary condition for surface water waves
DR Steward, VG Panchang
Ocean Engineering 28 (1), 139-157, 2001
392001
Gaining and losing sections of horizontal wells
DR Steward, W Jin
Water Resources Research 37 (11), 2677-2685, 2001
382001
Three‐dimensional analysis of the capture of contaminated leachate by fully penetrating, partially penetrating, and horizontal wells
DR Steward
Water Resources Research 35 (2), 461-468, 1999
331999
The synergistic powers of AEM and GIS geodatabase models in water resources studies
DR Steward, EA Bernard
Groundwater 44 (1), 56-61, 2006
322006
Calibration of a crop model to irrigated water use using a genetic algorithm
T Bulatewicz, W Jin, S Staggenborg, S Lauwo, M Miller, S Das, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 13 (8), 1467-1483, 2009
302009
Is transverse macrodispersivity in three‐dimensional groundwater transport equal to zero? A counterexample
I Janković, DR Steward, RJ Barnes, G Dagan
Water Resources Research 45 (8), 2009
302009
Groundwater surface water interactions and the role of phreatophytes in identifying recharge zones
TS Ahring, DR Steward
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 16 (11), 4133-4142, 2012
282012
Data model for system conceptualization in groundwater studies
X Yang, DR Steward, WJ de Lange, SY Lauwo, RM Chubb, EA Bernard
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 24 (5), 677-694, 2010
242010
From precipitation to groundwater baseflow in a native prairie ecosystem: a regional study of the Konza LTER in the Flint Hills of Kansas, USA
DR Steward, X Yang, SY Lauwo, SA Staggenborg, GL Macpherson, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 15 (10), 3181-3194, 2011
232011
An analytic solution for groundwater uptake by phreatophytes spanning spatial scales from plant to field to regional
DR Steward, TS Ahring
Journal of Engineering Mathematics 64, 85-103, 2009
212009
Analytic formulation of Cauchy integrals for boundaries with curvilinear geometry
DR Steward, P Le Grand, I Janković, ODL Strack
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2008
212008
Stream surfaces in two‐dimensional and three‐dimensional divergence‐free flows
DR Steward
Water resources research 34 (5), 1345-1350, 1998
211998
The Analytic Element Method for rectangular gridded domains, benchmark comparisons and application to the High Plains Aquifer
DR Steward, AJ Allen
Advances in water resources 60, 89-99, 2013
182013
Groundwater response to changing water‐use practices in sloping aquifers using convolution of transient response functions
DR Steward, X Yang, S Chacon
Water resources research 45 (2), 2009
172009
Groundwater response to changing water‐use practices in sloping aquifers
DR Steward
Water resources research 43 (5), 2007
162007
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