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Steinschneider S, Yang Y-CEthan, Brown C.  2013.  Panel regression techniques for identifying impacts of anthropogenic landscape change on hydrologic response. Water Resources Research. 49(12):7874–7886.
Christofa E, Papamichail I, Skabardonis A.  2013.  Person-based traffic responsive signal control optimization. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems. 14(3):1278-1289.
Zhang Z., Liu F., Zhang G.  2013.  A physical hysteresis boundary water retention model for uniform wet particulate material. Chinese Journal of Hydraulics. 44(10):1165-1174.
Skabardonis A, Geroliminis N, Christofa E.  2013.  Prediction of vehicle activity for emissions estimation under oversaturated conditions along signalized arterials. Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems: Technology, Planning, and Operations. 17(3):191-199.
Lau BLT, Hockaday WC, Ikuma K, Furman O, Decho AW.  2013.  A Preliminary assessment of the interactions between the capping agents of silver nanoparticles and environmental organics. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. 435( IAP 2012):22-27.
Cho K.H., Park M-H.  2013.  Prioritizing subwatersheds for stormwater pollution to Wachusett Reservoir. Water Environment Research. 85(2):158-166.
Valamanesh V, Myers AT, Hajjar JF, Arwade SR.  2013.  Probabilistic Modeling of Joint Hurricane-induced Wind and Wave Hazards to Offshore Wind Farms on the Atlantic Coast. ICOSSAR 2013: 11th International Conference on Structural Safety & Reliability. :247-252.
Tian H, Gao S.  2013.  A Process Model for Route Choice in Risky Traffic Networks. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences (20th International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory). 80:764-778.
Huang R, Carney RP, Stellacci F, Lau BLT.  2013.  Protein-nanoparticle interactions: the effects of surface compositional and structural heterogeneity are scale dependent. Nanoscale. 5(15):6928-6935.