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Tobin, K.J. Torres, R., Crow, W., and Bennett, M.E., Accepted for Publication, Multi-decadal analysis of root-zone soil moisture applying the exponential filter across CONUS. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. [Torres is a graduate student]. (journal ranking = top quarter)

Tobin, K.J. and Bennett, M.E., 2017, Constraining SWAT calibration with remotely sensed evapotranspiration data. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 53: 593-604. (journal ranking = top quarter)

Tobin, K.J. and Bennett, M.E., 2014, Satellite precipitation products and hydrologic applications. Water International. 39: 360-380. (journal ranking = second quarter)

Tobin, K.J. and Bennett, M.E., 2014, Impact of model complexity and precipitation data type on modeled streamflow. Journal of Hydroinfomatics. 16.3: 588-599. (journal ranking = second quarter)

Bennett, M.E. and Tobin, K.J., 2013, The evolution of remotely sensed precipitation products for hydrological applications with a focus on the Tropical Rainfall Measurement Mission (TRMM). Journal of Environmental Hydrology. 21, Paper 10, 16 pgs.

Tobin, K.J. and Bennett, M.E., 2013, Temporal Analysis of Streamflow Results from the SWAT Model. Hydrological Processes. 27: 505-514.

Tobin, K.J. and Bennett, M.E., 2012, Validation of Satellite Precipitation Adjustment Methodology From Six Basins in CONUS. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 48: 221-234.

Tobin, K.J. and Bennett, M.E., 2010, Adjusting Satellite Precipitation Data to Facilitate Near Real-time Hydrologic Modeling. Journal of Hydrometerology. 11: 967-979.

Tobin, K.J. and Bennett, M.E., 2010, Remotely Sensed Satellite Precipitation and Soil Moisture Estimates to Support Hydrological Modeling in a Large Basin from Oklahoma. International Journal of Water Resources and Environmental Management. 1: 1-16.

Tobin, K.J. and Bennett, M.E., 2009, Comparison of NWS Rain Gauge, NEXRAD Stage III, and TRMM 3B42 Precipitation Estimates for Hydrological Modeling: Middle Nueces Watershed, South Texas. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 47(1): 254-271.

Tobin, K.J., Bergström, S. M., and De La Garza, P.H., 2005. A Mid-Caradocian (Ordovician) Transient Drawdown in pCO2: Toward a Understanding of Coupled Atmospheric-Oceanic Interactions, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 226: 187-204. [De La Garza was an undergraduate student].

Watts, B.G., Bennett, M.E., Kopp, O.C., and Mattingly, G.L., 2004, Geochemistry and Petrology of Basalt Grindstone from the Karak Plateau Region of Central Jordan, Geoarcheology: An International Journal, v. 19, p. 47-69.

Tobin, K.J., 2004, Probable cyanobacterial microfossils in chert and the timing of Paleozoic silicification, Sedimentary Geology. 165: 97-107. [Also Published in the Selective Online Journal of Geobiology].

Tobin, K.J., and Driese, S.G., 2003, Control on transitional element chemistry of diagenetic calcite associated with paleokarst at the Mississippian-Pennsylvanian boundary in Tennessee, Journal of Sedimentary Research; 73: 204-214.

Tobin, K.J., and Bergström, S. M., 2002, Implications of Ordovician (≈ 460 m.y.) marine cement for constraining seawater temperature and atmospheric pCO2, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 181: 399-417.

Kopp, O.C. and Bennett, M.E., 2001, A comparison of the loss of CO and CO2 during coalification, International Journal of Coal Geology v. 47, p. 63-66.

research figure Box plot of data denial experiment from the SCAN soil moisture network during era 3 (2005-2008). Nash Sutcliffe (NS) results for day 1 represent baseline data for the exponential filter driven by surface soil moisture data at 5 cm (in situ data – stars; low absolute bias RMSE optimized AMSR-E – circles) compared with in situ data at the same depth. Other time series were altered to include only data at 2, 5, 8, and 11-day intervals. These results provide an insight into the optimal performance of the exponential filter for generating a root zone soil moisture estimate where a perfect product would score a NS value of 1.