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Benjamin Ruddell

TitleProfessor & Director
Faculty RankProfessor
InstitutionNorthern Arizona University
DepartmentInformatics, Computing & Cyber Systems
AddressPO Box 5693
Flagstaff AZ 86011
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    1. Hondula DM, Kuras ER, Betzel S, Drake L, Eneboe J, Kaml M, Munoz M, Sevig M, Singh M, Ruddell BL, Harlan SL. Novel metrics for relating personal heat exposure to social risk factors and outdoor ambient temperature. Environ Int. 2021 Jan; 146:106271. PMID: 33395929.
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    2. Allen DC, Datry T, Boersma KS, Bogan MT, Boulton AJ, Bruno D, Busch MH, Costigan KH, Dodds WK, Fritz KM, Godsey SE, Jones JB, Kaletova T, Kampf SK, Mims MC, Neeson TM, Olden JD, Pastor AV, Poff NL, Ruddell BL, Ruhi A, Singer G, Vezza P, Ward AS, Zimmer M. River ecosystem conceptual models and non-perennial rivers: A critical review. WIREs Water. 2020 Aug 28; 7(5). PMID: 33365126.
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    3. Yu R, Ruddell BL, Kang M, Kim J, Childers D. Anticipating global terrestrial ecosystem state change using FLUXNET. Glob Chang Biol. 2019 07; 25(7):2352-2367. PMID: 30793451.
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    4. Bondank EN, Chester MV, Ruddell BL. Water Distribution System Failure Risks with Increasing Temperatures. Environ Sci Technol. 2018 09 04; 52(17):9605-9614. PMID: 30092135.
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    5. Konar M, Lin X, Ruddell B, Sivapalan M. Scaling properties of food flow networks. PLoS One. 2018; 13(7):e0199498. PMID: 29990344.
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    6. Lant C, Baggio J, Konar M, Mejia A, Ruddell B, Rushforth R, Sabo JL, Troy TJ. The U.S. food-energy-water system: A blueprint to fill the mesoscale gap for science and decision-making. Ambio. 2019 Mar; 48(3):251-263. PMID: 29981010.
      Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    7. McManamay RA, Surendran Nair S, DeRolph CR, Ruddell BL, Morton AM, Stewart RN, Troia MJ, Tran L, Kim H, Bhaduri BL. US cities can manage national hydrology and biodiversity using local infrastructure policy. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2017 09 05; 114(36):9581-9586. PMID: 28827332.
      Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimals
    8. Harlan SL, Chowell G, Yang S, Petitti DB, Morales Butler EJ, Ruddell BL, Ruddell DM. Heat-related deaths in hot cities: estimates of human tolerance to high temperature thresholds. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2014 Mar 20; 11(3):3304-26. PMID: 24658410.
      Citations: 16     Fields:    Translation:Humans
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