Office: 2350 Hayward Dr., 2302A GG Brown
Phone: (734) 741-2444
Fax: (734) 741-2055
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
2350 Hayward Dr., 2302A GG Brown
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-2125
Dr. Gronewold’s research spans hydrological science topics ranging from basin-scale water budget simulation and forecasting (with an emphasis on the North American Great Lakes) to quantifying spatiotemporal variability in nearshore water quality and water quality measurements. Dr. Gronewold is particularly interested in incorporating probability theory and Bayesian inference into conventional hydrology and engineering science problems to propagate data and model parameter uncertainty and variability into explicit expressions of forecast uncertainty, and to provide a basis for risk-based management decisions.
Gronewold, A.D. and C.A. Stow (2014). Water loss from the Great Lakes. Science 343(6175), 1084-1085.
Lofgren, B.M, A.D Gronewold, A. Acciaioli, J. Cherry, A. Steiner, D. Watkins (2013). Methodological approaches to projecting the hydrologic impacts of climate change. Earth Interactions 17(22), 1-19.
Fry, L., Hunter, T., Mantha, P., Fortin, V., and Gronewold, A.D. (2013). Identifying streamgage networks for maximizing the effectiveness of large scale water balance modeling. Water Resources Research, 49(5), 2689–2700. DOI: 10.1002/wrcr.20233.
Gronewold, A.D., C.A. Stow, K. Vijayavel, M.A. Moynihan, and D.R. Kashian (2013). Differentiating Enterococcus concentration spatial, temporal, and analytical variability in recreational waters. Water Research, 47(1), 2141–2152.
Holman, K., A.D. Gronewold, M. Notaro, and A. Zarrin (2012). Improving historical precipitation estimates over the Lake Superior basin. Geophysical Research Letters, 39, L03405.
Gronewold, A.D. and M.E. Borsuk (2009). A software tool for translating deterministic model results into probabilistic assessments of water quality standard compliance. Environmental Modelling & Software, 24(10), 1257–1262.
Gronewold, A.D., M.E. Borsuk, R.L. Wolpert, and K.H. Reckhow (2008). An assessment of fecal indicator bacteria-based water quality standards. Environmental Science & Technology, 42(13), 4676–4682.