Peer-Reviewed Publications

  • Mayanja, I.K., Diepenbrock, C.H., Vadez, V., Lei, T. and Bailey, B.N. (2024). Practical considerations and limitations of using leaf and canopy temperature measurements as a stomatal conductance proxy: sensitivity across environmental conditions, scale, and sample size. Plant Phenomics in press. Link to Article
  • Ponce de León, M.A. and Bailey, B.N. (2024). Quantifying Water-Use Efficiency in Plant Canopies with Varying Leaf Angle and Density Distribution. Annals of Botany in press. Link to Article
  • Renault, M.A., Bailey, B.N., Stoll, R, and Pardyjak, E.R. (2024). A rapid method for computing 3-D high-resolution vegetative canopy winds in weakly complex terrain. Frontiers in Earth Science 11:1251056 Link to Article
  • Bailey, B.N. (2023). Calculation of the Shear Length Scale in Sparse Canopy Flows: Do Sparse Canopies Follow Mixing-Layer Scaling? Boundary-Layer Meteorology 188:103-112 Link to Article Full-Text PDF
  • Wang, Y.-T., Bailey, B.N., Fu, K., Shackel, K.A. (2023). Topological and spatial analysis of within-tree fruiting characteristics for walnut trees. Scientia Horticulturae 318:112127 Link to Article
  • Moody, M.J., Stoll, R., Bailey, B.N. (2023). Adaptation of QES-Fire, a dynamically coupled fast response wildfire model for heterogeneous environments. International Journal of Wildland Fire 32:749-766 Link to Article
  • Buckley, T.N., Frehner, E.H., and Bailey, B.N. (2023). Kinetic factors of physiology and the dynamic light environment influence the economic landscape of short-term hydraulic risk. New Phytologist 238:529-548 Link to Article
  • Ulmer, L., Margairaz, F., Bailey, B.N., Mahaffee, W.F., Pardyjak, E.R., and Stoll, R. (2022). A fast-response, wind angle-sensitive model for predicting mean winds in row-organized canopies. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 329:109273 Link to Article
  • Mahaffee, W.F., Margairaz, F., Ulmer, L.D., Bailey, B.N. and Stoll, R. (2022). Catching spores: Linking Epidemiology, Pathogen Biology, and Physics to Ground-Based Airborne Inoculum Monitoring. Plant Disease 107:13-33 Link to Article
  • Bailey, B.N. and Fu, K. (2022). The probability distribution of absorbed direct, diffuse, and scattered radiation in plant canopies with varying structure. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 322:109009 Link to Article Full-Text PDF
  • Ponce de León, M.A. and Bailey, B.N. (2022). Fruit Zone Shading to Control Grape Berry Temperature: A Modeling Study. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 73:183-197 Link to Article Full-Text PDF
  • Moody, M.J., Gibbs, J.A., Krueger, S., Mallia, D. Pardyjak, E.R., Kochanski, A.K., Bailey, B.N., and Stoll, R. (2022). QES-Fire: a dynamically coupled fast-response wildfire model. International Journal of Wildland Fire 31:306-325. Full-Text PDF
  • Halubok. M., Kochanski, A.K., Stoll, R., and Bailey, B.N. (2022). Errors in the estimation of leaf area density from aerial LiDAR data: Influence of statistical sampling and heterogeneity. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 60:1-14 Full-Text PDF Link to Article
  • Fei, Z., Olenskyj, A., Bailey, B.N., and Earles, M. (2021). Enlisting 3D Crop Models and GANs for More Data Efficient and Generalizable Fruit Detection. Proceedings of the IEEE/CVF International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV) Workshops pp. 1269-1277. Full-Text PDF
  • Bailey, B.N. and Kent, E.R. (2021). On the resolution requirements for accurately representing interactions between plant canopy structure and function in three-dimensional leaf-resolving models. in silico Plants diab023 Full-Text PDF
  • Moody, M.J., Bailey, B.N., Pardyjak, E.R., Mahaffee, W.F., and Stoll, R. (2021). Adaptation and validation of a voxel based energy transport model for conifer species. Urban Climate 39:100967 Link to Article
  • Kent, E.R. and Bailey, B.N. (2021). The role of spatial averaging scale in leaf-to-canopy scaling of non-linear processes in homogeneous canopies. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 126:e2020JG005796 Full-Text PDF Link to Article
  • Ponce de León, M.A. and Bailey, B.N. (2021). A 3D model for simulating spatial and temporal fluctuations in grape berry temperature. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 306:108431 Full-text PDF Link to Article
  • Bailey, B.N., Ponce de León, M.A., and Krayenhoff, E.S. (2020). One-dimensional models of radiation transfer in homogeneous canopies: A review, re-evaluation, and improved model. Geoscientific Model Development 13:4789:4808 Link to Article
  • Krayenhoff, E.S., Jiang, T., Christen, A., Martilli, A., Oke, T., Bailey, B.N., Nazarin, N., Voogt, J., Giometto, M. Stastny, A., and Crawford, B. (2020). A multi-layer urban canopy meteorological model with trees (BEP-Tree): Street tree impacts on pedestrian-level climate. Urban Climate 32:100590 Link to Article
  • Poirier-Pocovi, M.D., Volder, A. and Bailey, B.N. (2020). Modeling of reference temperatures for calculating crop water stress indices from infrared thermography. Agricultural Water Management 233:106070 Full-Text PDF Link to Article
  • Poirier-Pocovi, M.D. and Bailey, B.N. (2020). Sensitivity analysis of four crop water stress indices to ambient environmental conditions and stomatal conductance. Scientia Horticulturae 259:108825 Full-Text PDF Link to Article
  • Bailey, B.N. (2019). Helios: a scalable 3D plant and environmental biophysical modelling framework. Frontiers in Plant Science 10:1185 Full-Text PDF
  • Ponce de León, M.A. and Bailey, B.N. (2019). Evaluating the use of Beer's law for estimating light interception in canopy architectures with varying heterogeneity and anisotropy. Ecological Modelling 406:133-143 Full-Text PDF Link to Article
  • Bailey, B.N. and Ochoa, M.H. (2018). Semi-direct tree reconstruction using terrestrial LiDAR point cloud data. Remote Sensing of Environment 208:133-144 Full-Text PDF Link to Article
  • Bailey, B.N., Stoll, R., and Pardyjak, E.R. (2018). A theoretically consistent framework for modelling Lagrangian particle deposition in plant canopies. Boundary-Layer Meteorology 167:509-520 Full-Text PDF Link to Article
  • Bailey, B.N. (2018). A reverse ray-tracing method for modelling the net radiative flux in leaf-resolving plant canopy simulations. Ecological Modelling 368:233-245 Full-Text PDF Link to Article
  • Girard, P., Nadeau, D., Pardyjak, E.R., Overby, M. Willemsen, P., Stoll, R., Bailey, B.N., and Parlange, M.B. (2018). Evaluation of the QUIC-URB wind solver and QESRadiant radiation-transfer model using a dense array of urban meteorological observations. Urban Climate 24:657-674 Link to Article
  • Bailey, B.N. and Mahaffee, W.F. (2017). Rapid, high-resolution measurement of leaf area and leaf orientation using terrestrial LiDAR scanning data. Meas. Sci. Technol. 28:064006 Full-Text PDF Link to Article
  • Bailey, B.N. and Mahaffee, W.F. (2017). Rapid measurement of the three-dimensional distribution of leaf orientation and the leaf angle probability density function using terrestrial LiDAR scanning. Remote Sens. Env. 193:63-76 Full-Text PDF Link to Article
  • Bailey, B.N. (2017). Numerical considerations for Lagrangian stochastic dispersion models: Eliminating rogue trajectories, and the importance of numerical accuracy. Bound.-Layer Meteorol. 162:43-70 Full-Text PDF Link to Article Supplemental Material
  • Bailey, B.N. and Stoll, R. (2016). The creation and evolution of coherent structures in plant canopy flows and their role in turbulent transport. J. Fluid Mech. 789:425-460 Full-Text PDF Link to Article
  • Bailey, B.N., Stoll, R., Pardyjak, E.R., Miller, N.E. (2016). A new three-dimensional energy balance model for complex plant canopy geometries: Model development and improved validation strategies Agric. For. Meteorol. 218-219:146-160 Full-Text PDF Link to Article
  • Overby, M., Willemsen, P., Bailey, B.N., Halverson, S., and Pardyjak, E.R. (2016). A rapid and scalable radiation transfer model for complex urban domains. Urban Climate 15:25-44 Link to Article
  • Bailey, B.N., Overby, M., Willemsen, P., Pardyjak, E.R., Mahaffee, W.F., and Stoll, R. (2014). A scalable plant-resolving radiative transfer model based on optimized GPU ray tracing. Agric. For. Meteorol. 198-199:192-208 Full-Text PDF Link to Article
  • Bailey, B.N., Stoll, R., Pardyjak, E.R., and Mahaffee, W.F. (2014). The effect of vegetative canopy architecture on vertical transport of massless particles. Atmos. Env. 95:480-489 Full-Text PDF Link to Article
  • Qiu, M., Bailey, B.N., Stoll, R., and Raeymakers, B. (2014). The accuracy of the compressible Reynolds equation for predicting the local pressure in gas-lubricated textured parallel slider bearings. Tribol. Int. 72:83-89 Full-Text PDF Link to Article
  • Bailey, B.N., and Stoll, R. (2013). Turbulence in sparse organized vegetative canopies: A large-eddy simulation study. Bound.-Layer Meteorol. 147:369-400 Full-Text PDF Link to Article
  • Qiu, M., Bailey, B.N., Stoll, R., and Raeymakers, B. (2012). The validity of the compressible Reynolds equation for gas-lubricated textured parallel slider bearings. Proceedings of the ASME/STLE 2012 International Joint Tribology Conference. IJTC2012-61054
  • Popular Press

  • Bailey, B. (2016). Incorporating resolved vegetation in city-scale simulations of urban micrometeorology and its effect on the energy balance. Urban Climate News March, Issue 59, 19-21
  • Mahaffee, W., Schwebs, S., Hand, F., Gubler, D., Bailey, B., and Stoll, R. (2014). Improving management of grape powdery mildew with new tools and knowledge. Practical Winery & Vineyard April, 59-67
  • Conference Presentations

  • Mayanja, I.K., Yun, H., Earles, M., and Bailey, B.N. North American Plant Phenotyping Network (2023). West Lafayette, IN. " Automated parameterization of stomatal conductance models from thermal imagery by leveraging synthetic images generated from Helios 3D biophysical model simulations" (oral presentation).
  • Ponce de León, M.A, Alfieri, J., Prueger, J.H., Hipps, L., Kustas, W.P., Agam, N., Bambach, N., McElrone, A. J., Knipper, K., Roby, M., and Bailey, B.N. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2023). San Francisco, CA. “Complex to simple modeling of radiation transfer through vine canopies: comparison to observations and simulations” (oral presentation).
  • Lei, T., and Bailey, B.N., American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2023). San Fransico, California. ``Soil Optical Generative Model for 3D Plant and Radiative Transfer Modelling" (oral presentation)
  • Rizzo, K.T., and Bailey, B.N. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2023). San Francisco, California. "Exploring the Role of Leaf Angle in Stomatal Optimization Theory" (poster presentation).
  • Droutsas, I. and Bailey, B.N. Genotype by Environment by Management (GxExM) Symposium II (2023). Gainesville, FL. ''Integration of machine learning in 1D and 3D crop models: Lessons learned so far and future perspectives''. (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N. IROS2023: IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (2023). Detroit, MI. ``Simulation of Plant Function and Automatically Annotated Synthetic Visible, Multi/Hyperspectral, Thermal, and Depth Imagery using the Helios 3D Plant Modeling Framework" (invited oral presentation).
  • Fu, K., Wei, P., Villacres, J., Kong, Z., Vougioukas, S.G., and Bailey, B.N. IROS2023: IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (2023). Detroit, MI. ``Fusion-driven Tree Reconstruction and Fruit Localization: Advancing Precision in Agriculture" (poster presentation).
  • Fu, K., Lei, T., Halubok, M. and Bailey, B.N. IROS2023: IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (2023). Detroit, MI. ``Walnut Detection Through Deep Learning Enhanced by Multispectral Synthetic Images" (poster presentation).
  • Lei, T., and Bailey, B.N., ASABE Annual Meeting (2023). Omaha, Nebraska. ``A Radiative Transfer-based Plant Image Synthesis Framework" (oral presentation)
  • Bailey, B.N., Ponce de León, M.A., and Kent, E.R. ISHS HorchiModel2023 (2023). Almería, Spain. ``Measuring, analyzing, and predicting interactions between plant canopy structure and water-use efficiency" (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N., Lei, T., Earles, M, Diepenbrock, C., and Gräfe, J. FSPM2023 (2023). Berlin, Germany. ``Enabling High-Throughput Field Phenotyping of Whole-plant Physiology via FSPM" (oral presentation).
  • Ponce de León, M.A. and Bailey, B.N.. VIII International Symposium on Almonds and Pistachios (2023). Davis, CA. ``Modeling orchard performance in response to changes in canopy structure and diffuse solar radiation" (keynote presentation).
  • Kent, E.R., Frehner, E.H., Duncan, R., Gradziel, T., Niederholzer, F., Volder, A., Ponce de León, M.A., and Bailey, B.N. VIII International Symposium on Almonds and Pistachios (2023). Davis, CA. ``Analyzing the impact of tree architecture on almond productivity using three-dimensional reconstructions and model simulations" (poster presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N. and Ponce de León, M.A. 35th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2023). Minneapolis, MN. ``Interactions Between Plant Canopy Structure and Probability Distributions of Absorbed Radiative Fluxes, Photosynthetic Fluxes, and Water-Use Efficiency" (oral presentation).
  • Moody, M.J., Stoll, R., and Bailey, B.N. 14th Fire and Forest Meteorology Symposium. (2023). Minneapolis, MN. ``Examining the Effects of Buildings on Fire Front Rate of Spread in an Incendiary Test Tunnel" (oral presentation).
  • Moody, M.J., Bailey, B.N., Stoll, R., and Krueger, S.K. 14th Fire and Forest Meteorology Symposium. (2023). Minneapolis, Mn. ``The Effects of Fire-Atmosphere Coupling on Predicting Fire Front Behavior" (poster presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N., Lei, T., Earles, M., Diepenbrock, C., and Graefe, J. FSPM 2023: 10th International Conference on Functional-Structural Plant Models (2023). Berlin, Germany. ``Enabling High-Throughput Field Phenotyping of Whole-plant Physiology via FSPM" (oral presentation).
  • Yang, L., Bailey, B.N., and Kisekka, I. California Irrigation Institute Annual Conference (2023). Sacramento, CA. “Assessing Pressure Losses in Micro-sprinkler Assemblies for Improved Orchard Irrigation Design Efficiency” (poster presentation).
  • Moody, M.J., Bailey, B.N., and Stoll, R. 24th Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence (2023). Denver, CO. ``A Generalized Dynamically Coupled Fast-Response Microscale Fire and Wind Model" (oral presentation).
  • Ponce de León, M.A. and Bailey, B.N. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2022). Chicago, IL. ``Linking Canopy Structure and Water-Use Efficiency in Heterogenous and Anisotropic Canopies" (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N.. National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine workshop ``The Role of Plant Agricultural Practices on Development of Antimicrobial Resistant Fungi Affecting Human Health" (2022). Washington, D.C. ``Innovation in data collection tools for surveillance and mitigation: crop and environment simulation tools" (invited oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N., Mahaffee, W., Stoll, R., Ulmer, L., and Margairaz, F. Phyllosphere (2022). Davis, CA ``High-resolution modeling tools for understanding plant system architectural impacts on pathogen development" (oral presentation).
  • Fu, K., Vougioukas, S.G., and Bailey, B.N. ASABE Annual Meeting (2022). Houston, Texas. ``Computer-Aided Design and Optimization of a Shake-Catch Soft Fruit Harvester" (oral presentation).
  • Yang, L., Bailey, B.N., and Kisekka, I. ASABE Annual Meeting (2022). Houston, Texas. ``Improving Orchard Irrigation System Design with an Open-source Hydraulic Calculation Tool" (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N. 2nd CVPR Agriculture-Vision Workshop (2021). ``Integration of High-Resolution 3D Plant Biophysical and Computer Vision Models" (virtual oral presentation).
  • Kent, E.R. and Bailey, B.N. 34th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2021). ``The Influence of Spatial Averaging Scale on Modeling Non-linear Biophysical Processes in Heterogeneous Canopies using a Three-dimensional Leaf-Resolving Model" (virtual oral presentation).
  • Ponce de León, M.A. and Bailey, B.N. 34th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2021). ``Evaluating different vineyard designs to mitigate the effect of elevated temperatures on grape berries" (virtual oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N. and Kent, E.R. 34th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2021). ``An improved approach for simple scaling of biophysical models from leaf to canopy using PDF-based methods" (virtual oral presentation).
  • Kent, E.R. and Bailey, B.N. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2020). ``Can estimation of leaf area density from terrestrial LiDAR scanning data be further improved by using additional information provided by full-waveform instruments?" (virtual oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N. Wildfire Induced Air Pollution Mitigation & Assessment Symposium (2020). ``High-resolution, physically-based wildfire modeling" (virtual oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N. Plant Sciences Symposium (2020). ``Computer-aided crop systems design and management" (virtual oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N. FSPM2020: 9th International Conference on Functional-Structural Plant Models (2020). ``A new high-performance FSPM framework linking LiDAR-based canopy reconstructions with scalable biophysical models" (keynote presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2019). San Francisco, CA. ``What are the impacts of slow stomatal kinetics on control of gas exchange at leaf through ecosystem scales?" (oral presentation).
  • Ponce de León, M.A. and Bailey, B.N. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2019). San Francisco, CA. ``Simple Models of Light Interception in Heterogenous Canopies" (poster presentation).
  • Halubok, M. and Bailey, B.N. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2019). San Francisco, CA. ``Evaluating Beer's law for leaf area density estimation in homogeneous and heterogeneous canopies" (poster presentation).
  • Kent, E.R. and Bailey, B.N. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2019). San Francisco, CA. ``The Role of Averaging Scale in Modeling Non-linear Leaf Level Processes for Canopies using a Three-dimensional Leaf-resolving Model" (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N., and Kent, E.R. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting (2019). Louisville, KY ``Linking terrestrial LiDAR measurements of leaf-scale canopy structure with a new 3D biophysical modeling framework to explore interactions between structure and function" (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N. Model-IT (2019). Molfetta, Italy. ``A New 3D Modeling Framework for Robust and Efficient Simulation of Perennial Cropping Systems" (keynote talk).
  • Bailey, B.N. CalASA/California Plant and Soil Conference (2019). Fresno, CA. ``Development of the Next Generation of Perennial Crop Modeling Tools" (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N., and Kent, E.R. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2018). Washington D.C. ``Linking a novel 3D leaf-resolving biophysical model with terrestrial LiDAR-based canopy reconstructions to resolve structural heterogeneity from leaves to canopies" (poster presentation).
  • Ponce de León, M.A. and Bailey, B.N. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2018). Washington D.C. ``Evaluating Beer's Law Approach for Light Interception in Diverse Canopy Architectures" (poster presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N., and Ochoa, M. 33rd Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2018). Boise, ID ``Direct scaling of biophysical models from leaves to canopies." (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N., Stoll, R, and Pardyjak, E.R. 33rd Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2018). Boise, ID ``Recent advances in Lagrangian modeling of dispersion in plant canopies." (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N.. Phenome (2018). Tucson, AZ ``Coupling terrestrial LiDAR measurements of tree architecture with high-resolution biophysical models to provide insights into plant-environment interactions." (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N., Mahaffee, W., and Ochoa, M. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2017). New Orleans, LA ``Direct scaling of leaf-resolving biophysical models from leaves to canopies.'' (oral presentation).
  • Moody, M., Bailey, B.N., and Stoll, R. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2017). New Orleans, LA ``Modeling transport of turbulent fluxes in a heterogeneous urban canopy using a spatially explicit energy balance.'' (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N., Stoll, R. 32nd Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2016). Salt Lake City, UT. ``Lagrangian-based visualization techniques for the observation of instantaneous coherent turbulence structures in plant canopy flows.'' (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N., Mahaffee, W.F. 32nd Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2016). Salt Lake City, UT. ``Including the effects of leaf orientation in micrometeorological and microclimatological models using terrestrial LiDAR data.'' (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N. 22nd Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence (2016). Salt Lake City, UT. ``Numerical stability and accuracy considerations for the solution of Lagrangian stochastic particle dispersion model equations.'' (poster presentation). PDF
  • Bailey, B.N., Overby, M., Stoll, R., Pardyjak, E.R., Willemsen, P., Briggs, K., and Alexander, D. 9th International Conference on Urban Climate and 12th Symposium on the Urban Environment (2015). Toulouse, France. ``Incorporating resolved vegetation in city-scale simulations of urban micrometeorology and its effect on the energy balance'' (oral presentation). PDF
  • Bailey, B.N., Stoll, R. 9th International Conference on Urban Climate and 12th Symposium on the Urban Environment (2015). Toulouse, France. ``Understanding and eliminating instabilities and 'rogue trajectories' in Lagrangian stochastic particle dispersion models.'' (poster presentation).
  • Willemsen, P., Overby, M., Briggs, K. Bailey, B.N., Alexander, D., Stoll, R., Pardyjak, E.R. 9th International Conference on Urban Climate and 12th Symposium on the Urban Environment (2015). ``Integration of urban microclimate models using the QUIC EnvSim GPU framework.'' (oral presentation).
  • Pardyjak, E.R., Briggs, K., Overby, M., Alexander, D., Bailey, B.N., Stoll, R., Willemsen, P. 9th International Conference on Urban Climate and 12th Symposium on the Urban Environment (2015). Toulouse, France. ``Exploring the impact of alternative urban design scenarios on microclimate using QUIC-EnvSim.'' (poster presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N., Stoll, R., Pardyjak, E.R, Miller, N.E., and Mahaffee, W.F. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2014). San Francisco, CA. ``Improving and validating 3D models for the leaf energy balance in canopy-scale problems with complex geometry'' (poster presentation). PDF
  • Bailey, B.N., and Stoll, R. AMS 21st Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence (2014). Leeds, U.K. ``The Creation and Evolution of Coherent Structures in Canopy Flows'' (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N., and Stoll, R. AMS 21st Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence (2014). Leeds, U.K. ``A Lagrangian Investigation of Momentum and Scalar Transport in Plant Canopies'' (oral presentation).
  • Miller, N. E., Bailey, B.N., Stoll, R., Mahaffee, W. and Pardyjak, E.R. AMS 21st Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence (2014). Leeds, U.K. ``Mean and turbulent flow statistics in a trellised agricultural canopy" (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N., Overby, M., Stoll, R., Willemsen, P., Miller, N.E., Mahaffee, W., and Pardyjak, E.R. 31st Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2014). Portland, OR. ``A high-resolution canopy radiation and microclimate model based on GPU technology'' (oral presentation). PDF
  • †Price, T., Stoll, R., Stegmeir, M., Bailey, B.N., Pardyjak, E.R., and Johnson, J. 31st Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2014). Portland, OR. ``A wind tunnel study of momentum transport in sparse perennial agricultural canopies" (oral presentation).
  • Overby, M., Halverson, S., Bailey, B.N., Willemsen, P., Stoll, R. and Pardyjak, E.R. NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference (2014). San Jose, CA. ``QUIC EnvSim: Radiative Heat Transfer in Vegetative and Urban Environments with NVIDIA OptiX" (oral presentation).
  • Stoll, R., Pardyjak. E., Bailey, B.N., Alexander, D., Briggs, K.A., Kochanski, A., Steenburgh, J., Harman, T., Willemsen, P. and Overby, M. 92nd American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting and 11th Symposium on the Urban Environment, (2014). Atlanta, GA. ``A building and tree resolving modeling framework for simulating , momentum, energy, pollutant dispersion, and moisture budgets in complex urban canopies over a wide range of spatial scales" (oral presentation).
  • Overby, M., Bailey, B.N., Stoll, R., Willemsen, P. and Pardyjak, E.R. 92\textsuperscript{nd} American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting and 11th Symposium on the Urban Environment, (2014). Atlanta, GA. ``Simulating radiative transport for vegetation in complex urban environments with green infrastructure" (oral presentation).
  • †Overby, M., Bailey, B.N., Stoll, R., Willemsen, P. and Pardyjak, E.R. 98th Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting (2013). Minneapolis, MN. ``A highly scalable modeling framework based on GPU technology for simulating radiative transport in complex urban and plant canopies" (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N., and Stoll, R. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2012). San Francisco, CA. ``Coherent turbulence structure detection in plant canopies using a coupled Eulerian-Lagrangian detection method'' (oral presentation).
  • Qiu, M., Bailey, B.N., Stoll, R. and Raeymaekers, B. ASME/STLE 2012 International Joint Tribology Conference (2012). Denver, CO. "The validity of the compressible Reynolds equation for gas lubricated textured parallel slider bearings" (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N., and Stoll, R. 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2012). Boston, MA. ``The link between coherent structures and particle transport in canopy flows'' (oral presentation).
  • Bailey, B.N., and Stoll, R. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2011). San Francisco, CA. ``Turbulent transport in sparse, agricultural canopies'' (poster presentation). PDF
  • Bailey, B.N., and Stoll, R. 29th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2010). Keystone, CO. ``The impact of canopy geometry on particle dispersion gradients in sparse agricultural canopies'' (oral presentation).
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