Publications

All SCCWRP publications co-authored by Kenny McCune
PublicationPub. TypePub. YearSCCWRP Pub. #Related Topic Areas

McCune, K., R.D. Mazor. 2019. Review of Flow Duration Methods and Indicators of Flow Duration in the Scientific Literature: Arid Southwest. Technical Report 1063. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20191063Bioassessment, Ecohydrology

Mazor, R.D., J.T. May, A. Sengupta, K. McCune, B.P. Bledsoe, E.D. Stein. 2018. Tools for managing hydrologic alteration on a regional scale: Setting targets to protect stream health. Freshwater Biology DOI:10.1111/fwb.13062.

Journal Article20181015Ecohydrology

Sengupta, A., S.K. Adams, B.P. Bledsoe, E.D. Stein, K. McCune, R.D. Mazor. 2018. Tools for managing hydrologic alteration on a regional scale: Estimating changes in flow characteristics at ungauged sites. Freshwater Biology DOI:10.1111/fwb.13074.

Journal Article20181019Ecohydrology

Stein, E.D., A. Sengupta, R.D. Mazor, K. McCune, B.P. Bledsoe, K. McCune, S. Adams. 2017. Application of regional flow-ecology relationships to inform watershed management decisions: Application of the ELOHA framework in the San Diego River watershed, California, USA. Ecohydrology 10:1869.

Journal Article20170992Climate Change, Ecohydrology

Stein, E.D., R.D. Mazor, A. Sengupta, K. McCune, B. Bledsoe, S. Adams, S. Eberhart, M. Pyne, P. Ode, A. Rehn. 2017. Development of Recommended Flow Targets to Support Biological Integrity Based on Regional Flow-ecology Relationships for Benthic Macroinvertebrates in Southern California Streams. Technical Report 974. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20170974Bioassessment, Ecohydrology, Regional Monitoring, Southern California Stormwater Monitoring Coalition

Stein, E.D., A. Sengupta, R.D. Mazor, K. McCune. 2016. Application of Regional Flow-ecology to Inform Management Decision in the San Diego River Watershed. Technical Report 948. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project Authority. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20160948Climate Change, Ecohydrology