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  1. Rohde, M.M., Albano, C.M., Huggins, X., et al. (2023). Mapping groundwater dependent ecosystems globally exposes the fragility of vulnerable ecosystems and communities. In revision at Nature (preprint forthcoming)


  1. Huggins, X. Gleeson, T., Eckstrand, H., Kerr, B. (2018). Streamflow Depletion Modeling: Methods for an Adaptable and Conjunctive Water Management Decision Support Tool. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 54, 1-15. [paper]

  2. Diggle, R., Tait, D., Maher, D., Huggins, X., Santos, I. (2019). The role of porewater exchange as a driver of CO2 flux to the atmosphere in a temperate estuary (Squamish, Canada). Environmental Earth Sciences 78, 1-13. [paper]

  3. Huggins, X., Gleeson, T., Kummu, M., Zipper, S.C., Troy, T.J., Wada, Y., Famiglietti, J. (2022). Hotspots for social and ecological impacts from freshwater stress and storage loss. Nature Communications 13, 439. [paper] See also: associated code and data

  4. Mohan, C., et al. [including Huggins]. (2022) Poor correlation between large-scale environmental flow violations and freshwater biodiversity: implications for water resource management and the water planetary boundary. Hydrology and Earth Systems Sciences 26, 6247–6262. [paper]

  5. Huggins, X., Gleeson, T., Serrano, D., Zipper, S., Jehn, F., Rohde, M.M., Abell, R., Vigerstol, R., Hartmann, A. (2023). Groundwatersheds of protected areas reveal globally overlooked risks and opportunities. In Press at Nature Sustainability. [preprint] See also: associated code and data

  6. Curran, D., Gleeson, T., Huggins, X. (2023). Applying a science-forward approach to groundwater regulatory design. In Press at Hydrogeology Journal. [preprint]

  7. Huggins, X. Gleeson, T., Castilla-Rho, J.C., Holley, C., Re, V., Famiglietti, J.S. (2023). Groundwater connections and sustainability in social-ecological systems. In Press at Groundwater. [preprint]

book/report chapters

  1. Gleeson, T., Huggins, X., Connor, R., Arrojo-Agudo, P., Vázquez Suñé, E. (2022). Groundwater and Ecosystems, Chapter 6 of UNESCO Water Development Report 2022: “Groundwater: Making the invisible visible”. [chapter][report]