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Peer Reviewed Manuscripts (38)

  1. Virden, Mathew, Payton Billingsley, Emily Stolz, Nigel Temple, Anna Linhoss, Beth Baker, Eric Sparks. “Influence of boat activity on wave climate in a semi-enclosed estuary” Submitted to Journal of Environmental Management (2021). Impact factor 6.8.
  2. Samiappan, Sathishkumar; Andrew Shamaskin; Jiangdong Liu; Yong Liang; Jennifer Roberts; Amanda Sesser; Shannon M Westlake; Anna Linhoss; Kristine O Evans; John Tirpak; Todd E Hopkins; Steve Ashby; L. Wes Burger, Jr (2022) “Evidence-based land conservation framework using multi-criteria acceptability analysis: A dynamic web application.” Environmental Modelling and Software. August 2022 105493. Impact Factor 5.5
  3. Bazgirkhoob, Hamid, Anna Linhoss, Mehdi Armandei. (2022) “A Numerical Tool for Dissolved Oxygen Simulation in the Western Mississippi Sound” Journal of Coastal Research 38:4:699-711. DOI: 10.2112/JCOASTRES-D-21-00113.1. Impact Factor 0.9.
  4. Shamaskin, Andrews, Sandra Correa, Garret Street, Anna Linhoss, Kristine Evans. (2022) “Considering the influence of land-use/land cover on estuarine biotic richness with Bayesian hierarchical models” Ecological Application 2022; Impact factor 4.3.
  5. Upadhyay, Pawan, Anna Linhoss, Chris Kelble, Steve Ashby, Prem Parajuli, and Naja Murphy, (2022)“Applications of the SWAT model for coastal watersheds: Review and recommendations.” Journal of the ASABE. 65(2): 453-469. DOI: 10.13031/ja.14848. Impact Factor 1.2.
  6. Sesser, AL, SM Westlake, C Schafer, J Roberts, S Samiappan, Y Allen, A Linhoss, TE Hopkins, J Liu, A Shamaskin, J Tirpak, RN Smith, KO Evans, Co-producing decision support tools for strategic conservation of Gulf Coast Landscapes, Current Research in Environmental Sustainability, Volume 4, 2022, 100156, ISSN 2666-0490, Impact Factor 7.9.
  7. Linhoss, Anna, Paul Mickle. “A field validated model of temporal variability in oyster habitat suitability.” (2022) Frontiers in Marine Science. 2022 V9. Impact Factor 4.4.
  8. Alarcon, Vladimir, Anna Linhoss, Chris Keble, Paul Mickle, Gonzolo Sanchez-Banda, Fernando Mardonez-Meza, Joe Bishop. “Coastal inundation under concurrent mean and extreme sea-level rise in Coral Gables, Florida, USA” Natural Hazards (2022). Impact Factor 3.1.
  9. Osorio, Raúl, Anna Linhoss, Adam Skarke, Michael Brasher, Joseph French, Ramin Baghbani. (2022) “Modeling wave climates and wave reduction in marsh terrace environments” Ecological Engineering. vol 176. Impact Factor 3.5.
  10. Alarcon V.J., Linhoss A.C., Kelble C.R., Mickle P.F., Bishop J., Milton E. (2021) Estimation of Hourly Salinity Concentrations Using an Artificial Neural Network. In: Gervasi O. et al. (eds) Computational Science and Its Applications. ICCSA 2021. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 12954. Springer, Cham. Impact Factor 1.4.
  11. Zahraei, Ali, Ramin Baghbani, Anna Linhoss. “Applying a Graphical Method in Evaluation of Empirical Methods for Estimating Time of Concentration in an Arid Region” Water. (2021) 13(19), 2624; Impact factor 2.5.
  12. Armandei, Mehdi, Anna Linhoss, Rene Rincon, “Hydrodynamic Modeling of the Western Mississippi Sound using a Linked Model System” Regional Studies in Marine Science. V 44 (2021) 101685. Impact Factor 1.6.
  13. Risal, Avay, Prem B. Parajuli, Padmanava Dash, Ying Ouyang, and Anna Linhoss. "Sensitivity of hydrology and water quality to variation in land use and land cover data." Agricultural Water Management 241 (2020): 106366. Impact factor 4.0.
  14. Osario, Raul, Anna Linhoss, Dash Padmanava. “Evaluation of Marsh Terraces for Wetland Restoration: A Remote Sensing Approach.” Water MDPI. (2020) 12(2), 336. Impact Factor 2.7.
  15. Linhoss, Anna, Courtney Seigert. “Calibration reveals limitations in modeling rainfall interception at the storm scale.” Journal of Hydrology. (2020) V 584. Impact factor 3.7.
  16. Shamaskin, Andrew, Sathishkumar Samiappan, Jiangdong Liu, Jennifer Roberts, Anna Linhoss, and Kristine Evans. "Multi-Attribute Ecological and Socioeconomic Geodatabase for the Gulf of Mexico Coastal Region of the United States." Data MDPI. 5, no. 1 (2020) Impact Factor Not Yet Ranked.
  17. Temple, Nigel, Brett Webb, Eric Sparks, Anna Linhoss. “Low-cost pressure gauges for measuring water waves.” Journal of Coastal Research (2020) 36 (3): 661–667. Impact Factor 0.9.
  18. Samiappan, Sathishkumar, Andrew Shamaskin, Jiangdong Liu, Jennifer Roberts, Anna Linhoss, and Kristine Evans. "Land Conservation in the Gulf of Mexico Region: A Comprehensive Review of Plans, Priorities, and Efforts." MDPI Land 8, no. 5 (2019): 84. Impact Factor 2.5.
  19. Millette, Nicole, Chris Kelble, Anna Linhoss, and Steve Ashby. 2019. Using Spatial Variability in the Rate of Change of Chlorophyll a to Improve Water Quality Management in a Subtropical Oligotrophic Estuary. Estuaries and Coasts. 42: 1792-1803. Impact Factor 2.4.
  20. Millette, Nicole, Chris Kelble, Anna Linhoss, Steve Ashby, L Visser. 2018. “Shift in baseline chlorophyll a concentration following a three-year Synechococcus bloom in southeastern Florida.” Marine Resource Bulletin. January 2018, pp. 3-19(17). Impact Factor 3.8.
  21. Linhoss, Anna, Mary Love Tagert, Hazel Buka, Gretchen Sassenrath. 2017. “Factors affecting model sensitivity and uncertainty: Application to an irrigation scheduler.” Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers. 60(3):803-812. doi: 10.13031/trans.11912. Impact Factor 1.2.
  22. Agouridis, Carmen, Kyle Douglas-Mankin, Anna Linhoss, Aaron Mittelset. 2016. “Wetlands and coastal systems: Protecting and restoring valuable ecosystems.” Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineering. 59(5): 1301-1303. doi:10.13031/trans.59.12103 . Impact Factor 1.2.
  23. Linhoss, Anna, Rene Camacho, Steve Ashby. 2016. “Oyster habitat suitability in the Northern Gulf of Mexico.” Journal of Shellfish Research. 35(4):841-849. Impact Factor 1.0.
  24. Linhoss, Anna, Courtney Seigert. 2016. “A comparison of five forest interception models using global sensitivity and uncertainty analysis.” Journal of Hydrology. 538:109-116. April 2016. Impacgt factor 3.7.
  25. Linhoss, Anna, William Underwood. 2016. “Modeling salt panne land cover suitability under sea-level rise.” Journal of Coastal Research. 32(5). Impacgt factor 0.9.
  26. Linhoss, Anna, Jeff Ballweber. 2015. “Incorporating uncertainty and decision analysis into a water sustainability index.” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 141(Special Issue: Sustainability). Impact factor 3.5.
  27. Linhoss, Anna, Rafael Muñoz-Carpena, Greg Kiker, and Piotr Wolski. 2015. Reducing uncertainty based on model fitness: Application to a reservoir model. Water South Africa, 41(1). Impact Factor 0.7.
  28. Zhu, M., Tom Hoctor, Michale Volk, Kathryn Frank, Anna Linhoss. 2015. “The conservation value of elevation data accuracy and model sophistication in reserve design under sea-level rise.” Ecology and Evolution. 5(9):4376-4388. Impact Factor 2.5.
  29. Zhu, M., Kathryn Frank, Tom Hoctor, T, Michael Volk, Anna Linhoss, Paul Zwick, Melissa Carr, 2015. “Spatial Conservation Prioritization to Conserve Biodiversity in Response to Sea Level Rise and Land Use Change in the Matanzas River Basin, Northeast Florida.” Landsacpe and Urban Planning. 144:103-118. Impact Factor 5.1.
  30. Linhoss, Anna, Greg Kiker, Matt Shirley, Kathryn Frank. 2014. “Sea-level rise, inundation, and marsh migration: Simulating impacts on developed lands and environmental systems.” Journal of Coastal Research. 31(1):36-46. Impact factor 0.9.
  31. Linhoss, Anna, Greg Kiker, Mathew Aiello-Lammens, Maria Chu-Agor, Matteo Convertino, Rafael Muñoz-Carpena, R. Fischer, and Igor Linkov. 2013. "Decision analysis for species preservation under sea-level rise." Ecological Modelling, 263, 264-272. Impact Factor 2.4.
  32. Linhoss, A.C., R. Muñoz-Carpena, M.S. Allen, G.A. Kiker, and K. Mosepele. 2012. "A flood pulse driven fish population model for the Okavango Delta, Botswana." Ecological Modelling, 228, 27-38. Impact Factor 2.4.
  33. Linhoss, A.C., R. Muñoz-Carpena, G.A. Kiker, and D. Hughes. 2012. "Hydrologic Modeling, Uncertainty, and Sensitivity in the Okavango Basin: Insights for Scenario Assessment: Case Study." Journal of Hydrologic Engineering. 18(12), 1767-1778. Impact Factor 1.4.
  34. Linhoss, A. C., A. Cameron, H. Hall, S. Blair, and T. Ankersen. 2012. "Large Woody Material: Science, Policy, And Best Management Practices For Florida Streams." Florida Scientist, 75(3). Link. Impact Factor Not Available.
  35. Kiker, GA, R Muñoz-Carpena, P Wolski, A Cathey*, A. Gaughan., and J. Kim. 2008. "Incorporating uncertainty into adaptive, transboundary water challenges: a conceptual design for the Okavango River Basin." International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management, 10(4), 312-338. Impact Factor 1.2
  36. Vellidis, G, P Barnes, D Bosch, and A Cathey*. (2006). "Mathematical simulation tools for developing dissolved oxygen TMDLs." Transactions of the ASAE, 49(4), 1003-1022. doi: 10.13031/2013.21743. Impact Factor 1.2.
  37. Cathey, A*, G Vellidis, M Smith, R Lowrance,and R Burke. 2005. "The calibration validation and sensitivity analysis of Georgia DOSag: an in-stream dissolved oxygen model." Proc., Proceedings for the Watershed Management to Meet Water Quality Standards and Emerging TMDL, Third Annual Conference, PW Gassman (Editor). ASABE, Atlanta, Georgia, 330-337. doi:10.13031/2013.18088.
  38. Worley, JW, Czarick, M, Cathey, A*. 2002. “Ammonia Emissions from a Commercial Broiler House.” An American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers Presentation. Paper No: 024118. doi: 10.13031/2013.10495.