Huang, X; Rippy, M. A; Mehring, A. S.; Winfrey. B. K.; Jiang, S. C.*; Grant, S. B. Shifts in dissolved organic matter and microbial community composition are associated with enhanced removal of fecal pollutants in urban stormwater wetlands. Water Research. 2018, 137, 310-323.

Grant, S. B.,* Azizian, M., Cook, P., Boano, F., Rippy, M. A. Factoring physics into local and global assessments of nitrogen pollution. Science. 2018, 359 (6381), 1266-1269.

Rippy, M. A.; Deletic, A.; Black, J.; Aryal, R.; Lampard, J-L., Tang, J.; McCarthy, D.; Kolotelo, P.;Sidhu, J.; Gernjak, W.* Pesticide occurrence and spatio-temporal variability in urban run-off across Australia. Water Research. 2017, 115, 245-255.

Azizian, M.; Boano, F.; Cook, P. L. M.; Detwiler, R. L.; Rippy, M. A.; Grant, S. B.* Ambient groundwater flow diminishes nitrate processing in the hyporheic zone of streams. Water Resources Research. 2017, 53, 3941–3967.

Parker, E. A.; Rippy, M. A.; Mehring, A.; Winfrey, B.; Ambrose, R. F.; Levin, L. A.; Grant, S. B.* The predictive power of clean bed filtration theory for fecal indicator bacteria removal in biofilters. Environmental Science and Technology. 2017, 51, 5703–5712. DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.7b00752

Peng, J.*; Cao, Y.*; Rippy, M. A.; Afrooz, ARM N.; Grant, S. B. Indicator and Pathogen Removal by Low Impact Development Best Management Practices. Water. 2016, 8, 12-24.

Hemati, A.; Rippy, M. A.*; Grant, S. B.; Davis, K.; Feldman, D. Deconstructing demand: the anthropogenic and climatic drivers of urban water consumption. Environmental Science and Technology, 2016, 50, 12557-12566. DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.6b02938.

Mehring, A.S.*; Hatt, B.E.; Kraikittikun, D.; Orelo, B.D.; Rippy, M.A.; Grant, S.B.; Gonzalez, J.P.;Jiang, S.C.; Levin, L.A. Soil invertebrates in Australian rain gardens and their potential roles in storage and processing of nitrogen. Ecological Engineering, 2016, 97, 138-143.

Walsh, C.J.*; Booth, D.B.; Burns, M. J.; Fletcher, T. D.; Hale, R.L.; Hoang, L. N.; Livingston, G.; Rippy, M.A.; Roy, A.H.; Scoggins, M.; Wallace, A. Principles for urban stormwater management to protect stream ecosystems. Freshwater Science. 2016, 35(1), 398-411.

Rippy, M. A.*; Weiden, L.; Cooper, W.; Deletic, A.; Grant, S. B. Microlayer enrichment in natural treatment systems (NTS): linking the surface microlayer to urban water quality. WIREs Water, 2016, 3(2), 269-281. DOI:10.1002/wat2.1128.

Askarizadeh, A.; Rippy, M.A.; Fletcher, T.; Feldman, D.; Peng, J.; Bowler, P.; Mehring, A.; Winfrey, B.;Vrugt, J.; AghaKouchak, A.; Jiang, S.; Sanders, B.; Levin, L.; Taylor, S.; Grant, S.B.* From Rain Tanks to Catchments: Use of Low-Impact Development to Address Hydrologic Symptoms of the Urban Stream Syndrome. Environmental Science and Technology. 2015, 49, 11264-11280.DOI:10.1021/acs.est.5b01635.

Azizian, M.; Grant, S. B.*; Kessler, A.; Cook, P.; Rippy, M. A.; Stewardson, M. Bedforms as biocatalytic filters: a pumping and streamline segregation (PASS) model for nitrate removal in permeable sediments. Environmental Science & Technology. 2015. 49, 10993–11002DOI:10.1021/acs.est.5b01941.

Rippy, M. A.* Meeting the Criteria: linking biofilter design to fecal indicator bacteria removal. WIREs Water. 2015. 2, 577-592. DOI:10.1002/wat2.1093.

Rippy, M. A., Stein, R., Sanders, B., Davis, K., McLaughlin, K., Skinner, J., Kappeler, J., Grant, S. B.*Small drains, big problems: the impact of dry weather runoff on shoreline water quality at enclosed beaches. Environmental Science and Technology. 2014. 48, 14168-14177.

Rippy, M. A.*; Franks, P. J. S.; Feddersen, F.; Guza, R; Warrick, J. A. Beach nourishment impacts on bacteriological water quality and phytoplankton bloom dynamics. Environmental Science and Technology. 2013. 47, 6146-6154.

Rippy, M. A.*; Franks, P. J. S.; Feddersen, F.; Guza, R; Moore, D. F. Factors controlling variability in
nearshore fecal pollution: is mortality important? Marine Pollution Bulletin. 2013. 66, 191-198.

Rippy, M. A.*; Franks, P. J. S.; Feddersen, F.; Guza, R; Moore, D. F. Physical dynamics controlling variability in nearshore fecal pollution: Fecal Indicator Bacteria as passive particles, Marine Pollution Bulletin. 2013. 66, 151-157.

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