About Jennifer Brand
Now Assistant Professor at University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point
Previously a postdoctoral researcher working with Chen Zhu on the Prepared For Environmental Change (Grand Challenge) project.
Research interest at IU included hydrological modeling of the Wabash River basin to investigate climate change impacts on water resources in Indiana.
Dierauer, JR, Allen, DM, and Whitfield, PH (2019) Snow drought risk and susceptibility in the western United States and southwestern Canada. Water Resources Research 55, 3076-3091. DOI
Dierauer, JR, Whitfield, PH, and Allen, DM (2018) Climate controls on runoff and low flows in mountain catchments of western North America. Water Resources Research 54, 7495-7510. DOI
Dierauer, JR, Allen, DM, and Whitfield, PH (2018) Exploring future water demand and climate change impacts on water availability in the Peace Region of British Columbia, Canada. In A. Endo and T. Oh (Eds.). The Water-Energy-Food Nexus: Human-Environmental Security in the Asia-Pacific Ring of Fire. (pp. 45-54).
Dierauer, JR, Whitfield, PH, and Allen, DM (2017) Assessing the suitability of hydrometric data for trend analysis: The 'FlowScreen' package for R. Canadian Water Resources Journal 42(3): 269-275. DOI
Pinter, N., Huthoff, F., Dierauer, J.R., Remo, J., and Damptz, A. (2016). Modeling residual risk behind levees, Upper Mississippi River, USA. Environmental Science and Policy 58: 131-140. DOI
Dierauer, J.R., Pinter, N., and Remo, J. (2012). Evaluation of Levee Setbacks for Flood-Loss Reduction, Middle Mississippi River, USA. Journal of Hydrology 450-451: 1-8. DOI
Pinter, N., Dierauer, J.R., and Remo, J. (2012). Flood-loss modelling for assessing impacts of flood-frequency adjustment, Middle Mississippi River, USA. Hydrological Processes. 26(19), 2997-3002. DOI