Oral Presentations and Posters
Munoz-Arriola F. Modeling Surface Hydrology in Agrosystems. California Water and Environmental Modeling Forum 2011. Monterey CA March 1st 2011.
Barros, A. P, F. MUNOZ, A. W. Wood, N. Voisin, T. Bohn, J. C. Rodriguez, D. P. Lettenmaier, S. S. Burges, and C. J. Watts. Monitoring the diurnal cycle of land-atmosphere interactions in Sonora, Mexico during NAME/SMEX04. 85th Annual American Meteorological Society Meeting, San Diego, CA. USA.
MUNOZ F., T. Jackson, and D. Lettenmaier. SMEX04. NAME 2004 Data Analysis and Seventh Science Working Group Meeting (SWG-7). Mexico City, Mexico.
MUNOZ-ARRIOLA, F. R. Hanson, M. Dettinger, and D. Cayan. Interdependence of Climate and Land Surface Hydrology in the Central Valley: The use of modeling and remote sensing. California Water and Environmental Modeling Forum 2011. Monterey CA March 1st 2011.
Tang, Q., F. MUNOZ-ARRIOLA, E. Vivoni, and D. P. Lettenmaier. Effects of vegetation dynamics on evapotranspiration and soil moisture in Northwestern Mexico. American Meteorological Society, Seattle, WA, USA. January 24th 2011
MUNOZ-ARRIOLA, F., Tang, Q., Zhu, C., Vivoni, E.R. and Lettenmaier, D.P. Interannual and intraseasonal interactions between greening process and soil moisture in the North American monsoon region in northwestern Mexico. American Geophysical Union, Fall Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Wei Li, A. P. Barros, D. Hyuk-Kang, O. P. Prat, P. Shrestha, K. Tao, J. Giovannettone, F. MUNOZ, W. Patrick, C. Peters-Liddard, and T. Jackson. Surface fluxes and convective instability in boundary layer in the summer Fort Cobb experiment, CLASIC. American Geophysical Union, Fall Conference 2007, San Francisco, CA.