Peer Reviewed Manuscripts (20)     

  1. Millet, C, C Kelbe, AC Linhoss, S Ashby. “Using Spatial Variability in the Rate of Change of Chlorophyll a to Identify Primary Sources of Nutrients into a Subtropical Oligotrophic Estuary.” Marine Pollution Bulletin Accepted pending revsions, October 2017.
  2. Linhoss, A.C.,M. Seigert, D. Levia. “A comparison of five rainfall interception models using automated parameterization.” Submitted to Journal of Hydrology, August 2018.
  3. Millet, C, C Kelbe, AC Linhoss, S Ashby, L Visser. “The cause of long-term increase in chlorophyll a concentrations in Biscayne Bay, Florida, USA.” Submitted to Marine Pollution Bulletin, August 2017.
  4. Millet, C, C Kelbe, AC Linhoss, S Ashby, L Visser. 2017. “Shift in baseline chlorophyll a concentration following a three-year Synechococcus bloom in southeastern Florida.” Marine Resource Bulletin. Available on-line: November 2017. Link.
  5. Linhoss, A.C., L. Tagert, H. Buka, G. 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. Link.
  6. Agouridis, C.T., K.R. Douglas-Mankin,C. Linhoss, A.R. 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. Link.
  7. Linhoss, A.C., Camacho, S. Ashby. 2016. “Oyster habitat suitability in the Northern Gulf of Mexico.” Journal of Shellfish Research. 35(4):841-849. Link.
  8. Linhoss, A.C.,M. Seigert. 2016. “A comparison of five forest interception models using global sensitivity and uncertainty analysis.” Journal of Hydrology. 538:109-116. April 2016. Link.
  9. Linhoss, A.C., W. Underwood. 2016. “Modeling salt panne land cover suitability under sea-level rise.” Journal of Coastal Research. 32(5). Link.
  10. Linhoss, A.C., Ballweber, J. 2015. “Incorporating uncertainty and decision analysis into a water sustainability index.” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 141(Special Issue: Sustainability).
  11. Linhoss, A.C., R. Muñoz-Carpena, G. Kiker, K., and P. Wolski. 2015. Reducing uncertainty based on model fitness: Application to a reservoir model. Water South Africa, 41(1). Link.
  12. Zhu, M., T. Hoctor, M. Volk, K. Frank, C. 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. Link.
  13. Zhu, M., Frank, K., Hoctor, T., Volk, M., Linhoss, A.C., Zwick, P., Carr, M. 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. Link.
  14. Linhoss, A.C., Kiker, M. Shirley, K. 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. Link.
  15. Linhoss, A. C., G.A. Kiker, M.E. Aiello-Lammens, M.L. Chu-Agor, M. Convertino, R. Muñoz-Carpena, R. Fischer, and I. Linkov. 2013. “Decision analysis for species preservation under sea-level rise.” Ecological Modelling, 263, 264-272. Link.
  16. 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. Link.
  17. 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. Link.
  18. 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.
  19. Kiker, G. A., R. Muñoz-Carpena, P. Wolski, 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. Link.
  20. Vellidis, G., P. Barnes, D. Bosch, and Cathey*. (2006). “Mathematical simulation tools for developing dissolved oxygen TMDLs.” Transactions of the ASAE, 49(4), 1003-1022. Link.

* Maiden name is Cathey

Book Chapters (2)

  1. Brown, M.T., C. Linhoss. 2014. “Global Biophysical Systems.” In M.T. Brown, K. Patterson, Southern Africa Systems: Coupling Humanity and Environment in Southern Africa. Mobile-book Kindle Edition. Link.
  2. Linhoss, A.C. “Models and Their Applications for Natural Resource Managers.” In M.T. Brown, K. Patterson, Southern Africa Systems: Coupling Humanity and Environment in Southern Africa. Mobile-book Kindle Edition. Link.

Extension Publications (1)

  1. Linhoss, A.C., L. Gardner-Chambers, and T. Ankersen. 2013. “A Multi-Disciplinary Review of Current Sea-Level Rise Research in Florida.” University of Florida IFAS Extension Publication. Link.

Conference Papers (2)

  1. 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.” , Proceedings for the Watershed Management to Meet Water Quality Standards and Emerging TMDL, Third Annual Conference, PW Gassman (Editor). ASABE, Atlanta, Georgia, 330-337. Link.
  2. Worley, J.W., Czarick, M., Cathey, A*. 2002. “Ammonia Emissions from a Commercial Broiler House.” An American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers Presentation. Paper No: 024118. Link.

* Maiden name is Cathey