Dr. Steve W. LyonOhio State UniversitySchool of Environment and Natural Resources1680 Madison Avenue – 133 Williams HallWooster OH 44691 (USA)Stockholm UniversityDepartment of Physical GeographySvante Arrheniusväg 8CSE-106 91 Stockholm (SWEDEN)Phone: 1 (330) 263-3884Email: [email protected]: 46 (0)8 16 4888Email: [email protected] ExperienceDocent Stockholm University (Stockholm, Sweden)Physical Geography with emphasis on HydrologyJun. 2011PhDCornell University (Ithaca, New York, USA)Mar. 2006Department of Biological and Environmental EngineeringDissertation: Incorporating the spatial structure of shallow water tables into hydrologyMSCornell University (Ithaca, New York, USA)Jan. 2003Department of Biological and Environmental EngineeringThesis: Using a topographic index to distribute variable source area runoff predictedwith the SCS-curve number equationBSPurdue University (West Lafayette, Indiana, USA)May 2001Department of Agricultural and Biological EngineeringMajor: Environmental and Natural Resources Engineering, Minor: MathematicsProfessional ExperienceAssociate ProfessorSchool of Environment and Natural Resources, Ohio State UniversityProfessorDepartment of Physical Geography, Stockholm UniversityFreshwater/Conservation ScientistThe Nature Conservancy, New Jersey OfficeAug. 2019 to PresentApr. 2016 to PresentAug. 2017 to Jul. 2019Associate Professor of HydrologyJan. 2010 to May 2016Department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology, Stockholm UniversityPostdoctoral Research AssociateBolin Centre for Climate Research, Stockholm UniversityJan. 2008 to Dec. 2009Postdoctoral Research AssociateApr. 2006 to Jan. 2008Surface Water Hydrology Group, Hydrology and Water Resources, University of ArizonaGraduate Research and Teaching AssistantSep. 2001 to Apr. 2006Soil and Water Lab, Biological and Environmental Engineering, Cornell UniversityResearch AssistantU.S. Department of Agriculture, National Soil Erosion Research LabMay 2000 to Sep. 2001

LanguagesEnglish (native), Swedish (basic), Spanish (rudimentary)Professional Activities and InvolvementEditor PositionsHydrological Science Journal (Associate Editor); Sustainability – Sustainable WaterManagement (Section Editor-in-Chief); Journal of Water Resources Engineering Managementand Policy – Tanzania (Editorial Board)Reviewer (those with more than 2 times per year)Water Resources Research, Journal of Hydrology, Hydrological Processes, Hydrology and EarthSystems Science, Journal of Hydrology – Regional Studies, Water, SustainabilityInternational Proposal ReviewerNSF (US), NSERC (Canada), European Research Council (EU), NERC (UK), Fonds National dela Recherche (Luxembourg), Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft – DFG (Germany), NetherlandsOrganisation for Scientific Research (The Netherlands), Swiss National Science Foundation(Switzerland), Research Council of Norway (Norway),Professional MembershipsAmerican Geophysical Union, European Geosciences Union, American Society of Agriculturaland Biological Engineers, International Association of Hydrological Sciences, Alpha Epsilon(Agricultural Engineering Honorary), Tao Beta Pi (Engineering Honorary), Gamma Sigma Delta(Agricultural Honorary), Engineer in Training, American Water Resources AssociationAwards and FellowshipsCounty Activities of Excellence award from The American Farm Bureau Federation (2021); MGAnderson Award – Hydrological Processes Outstanding Paper of the Year (2016), Axel WennerGrens Stiftelse sabbatsstipendium (2016), Ivar Bendixsons stipendiefond för docenter (2012),BBCC Poster awards in Innovation and Cross-cutting Research (2010), NSF-IGERT VespucciSummer School (2005), American Scandinavian Foundation Fellow (2004-2005), NSF-IGERTEquipment Grant in Biogeochemistry and Environmental Biocomplexity (2003), Annie’sHomegrown Environmental Studies Scholarship (2002), International Erosion ControlAssociation’s Thrill of Achievement Scholar (2000)Relevant Committees, Commissions of Trust and Board MembershipsSENR Department Fellowship Committee (2021-present)SENR Department Seminar Committee (2020-present)SENR Director Search Committee (2021-present)CFAES Wooster – Fall Speaker Series Planning Committee (2021-present)Wooster Science Café Seminar Committee (2020-present)Steering Committee, OSU Carbon Management and Sequestration Center (2020-present)Advisory Committee, OSU Extension Water Quality Associate Team (2020-present)Steering Committee, Land Use Actions for the Future of Our County Workshop (2019-2020)The Nature Conservancy Coda Fellowship with New York Chapter (2018)Advisory Board, SmartPhones4Water (non-profit) (2018-present)WaterMas Steering Committee (2018-2020)Navarino Environmental Observatory - Wetland Network Steering Committee (2012-present)Departmental Board, Department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology (2012-2014)Dr. Steve W. Lyon – CVPage 2

Conferences and WorkshopsSessions ConvenedLet citizens with smartphones modernize water resources management, World Water Week,Stockholm, Sweden. 2021.Improved Water Management Education Across Latin America, World Water Week, Stockholm,Sweden. 2019.Sida/VR Development Research Conference on “Global Visions and Local Practices”:Establishing participatory processes in ecosystem-based agricultural management strategies.August 22-24, 2016. Stockholm, Sweden. Co-convener with S. Nyström.AGU session H47: From pores to catchments: Coupling hydrologic concepts and models acrossmultiple scales. December, 2010. San Francisco, CA, USA. Co-convener with R. Mohtar, J.AscoughEGU session HS4.4: Observational hydrology: Snap-shot sampling of streams and catchments.May 3, 2010. Vienna, Austria. Co-convener with J. O. Skøien, R. WoodsAGU session H23: Catchment Processes and Heterogeneity at Multiple Scales – BenchmarkingObservations, Conceptualization and Prediction. December, 2008. San Francisco, CA, USA.Co-convener with D. Tetzlaff, K. McGuire, H. Laudon, S. Carey, J. McNamaraEGU session HS10.18: Linking catchment hydrological and biogeochemical processes acrossspatial scales. April 15, 2008. Vienna, Austria. Co-convener with H. LaudonWorkshops OrganizedLand Use Actions for the Future of Our County, Wooster, OH, 2020. Co-organized with E.Schuster, S. Inwood, B. Gwin, L. Shoup, T. Hunt, M. Hill.Improving discharge data for water management, Stockholm, Sweden, 8 November 2018. Coorganized with I. Westerberg at IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute.Ensuring disaster risk reduction via sustainable wetland development in Zambia, Stockholm,Sweden, 8-9 June 2015.The Next Generation of LiDAR Analysis for Critical Zone Research, Boulder, CO May 12th14th, 2014. Co-organized with A. HarpoldIn-stream interactions between sediments and biogeochemicals in a high alpine environment,September 4-6. 2012, Tarfala Research Station. Co-organized with G. RosqvistWater as the mirror of landscapes: How useful a hypothesis for resource management?, SwedishUniversity of agriculture Sciences, March 28-29, 2012. Uppsala, Sweden. Co-organized withK. Bishop and H. DahlkeNCAR Junior Faculty Forum: Coupling Terrestrial and Atmospheric Water Dynamics. July 9-11,2007. Boulder, Colorado. Co-organized with F. Dominguez and D. GochisDr. Steve W. Lyon – CVPage 3

Student SupervisionMain Supervisor of Postdoctoral ResearchDr. Mohammad Nayeb Yadzi (2020-2021), Ohio State UniversityDr. Sam Miller (2020-2021), Ohio State UniversityDr. Madaka Tumbo (2015-2020), Stockholm UniversityDr. Subira Munishi (2015-2020), Stockholm UniversityDr. Benjamin Fischer (2017-2019), Stockholm UniversityDr. Valentin Mansanarez (2017-2019), Stockholm UniversityDr. Mattias Winterdahl (2013-2015), Stockholm UniversityDr. Helen Dahlke (2010-2013), Stockholm UniversityMain Supervisor of Ph.D. researchOrn-uma (Ni) Polpanich (2015-present), Uppsala UniversityWilliam Senkondo (2016-2020), Stockholm UniversityNorris Lam (2012-2017), Stockholm UniversityAlexander Koutsouris (2012-2017), Stockholm UniversityYlva Sjöberg (2010-2015), Stockholm UniversityElin Jantze (2010-2015), Stockholm UniversityMarcus Nathanson (2010-2012; Licentiate Degree), Stockholm UniversityMinor/Committee Supervision of Ph.D. researchDax Fisher-Garibay (2021-present), SENR, Ohio State UniversityDevan Mathie (2020-present), EEOB, Ohio State UniversitySeema Paul (2020-present), KTH Royal Institute of TechnologyJohn Livsey (2017-2021), Stockholm UniversityCharlotta Högberg (2016-2020), Stockholm UniversityEdmond Alavaisha (2016-2020), Stockholm UniversityDmytro Kyryliuk (2015-2019), Stockholm UniversityRene Mbanguka (2012-2017), Stockholm UniversityElin Jacobs (2011-2015), Purdue UniversityElikana Kalumanga (2010-2015), Stockholm UniversityFernando Jaramillo (2010-2015), Stockholm UniversityJohanna Mård Karlsson (2010-2014), Stockholm UniversityArvid Bring (2009-2013), Stockholm UniversityKaterina Mazi (2010-2014), Stockholm UniversityMain Supervision of MSc researchShannon Pace (2020-present), SENR, Ohio State UniversityTyler Wong (2020-present), SENR, Ohio State UniversityJohn Brett (2021-present), SENR, Ohio State University44 MSc Student Thesis Projects Supervised (2009-2018), Stockholm/KTH/UppsalaMinor/Committee Supervision of MSc researchHaley McLean (2021-present), SENR, Ohio State UniversityMarina Miquilini (2021-present), ANSCI, Ohio State UniversityWenxuan Zhao (2019-2021), EGSP, Ohio State UniversityDr. Steve W. Lyon – CVPage 4

Recent Grants (Total Funding 16.5M USD since 2007)A fundamental shift in thinking about trees, Battelle Engineering, Technology and HumanAffairs (BETHA) Endowment. ( 59,563) Steve Lyon (PI), Kerry Ard, Matt Lewis.Submitted December 2020. 08/24/2021-08/23/2022.Monitoring cover crops and their impacts on ecosystem services, InFACT Linkages andLeverages, Submitted January 2021. ( 35,000) Sami Khanal (PI), Steve Lyon et al. April2021-March 2022.Quantifying water flow pathway redistribution under agricultural drainage. Ohio WaterResources Center, USGS 104(b), Submitted October 2020. ( 10,000) Kennedy Doro(University of Toledo), Steve Lyon, Sam Miller. 03/01/2021-02/28/2022Developing a non-profit business incubator for small-scale food producers, InFACT Linkagesand Leverages, Submitted October 2020. ( 35,000) Wuyang Hu (PI), Steve Lyon, et al.01/01/2021-12/31/21Comparing the environmental tradeoffs and synergies of alternative modes of integratinglivestock into cash grain cropping systems. National Institute of Food and Agriculture(NIFA) – Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI). Inter-Disciplinary Engagementin Animal Systems (IDEAS – A1261) program area; May 2020. ( 999,186) PI: DougJackson-Smith. Co-PI: Steve Culman, Christine Sprunger, Steve Lyon, Anthony Parker,Marilia Chiavegato, Ajay Shah. 09/01/2021-08/30/2024Characterization of Water Quality and Quantity of greenhouse or nursery waters in Erie LakeLowland or Drift Plain Eco-Regions of the USA. USDA ARS Cooperative Agreement. S.W.Lyon (PI) ( 105,487) 9/15/2020 to 9/14/2022Can we model water resources of Ecuador’s tropical Andes despite data limitations?, OSUOffice of International Affairs. S.W. Lyon (PI) ( 5,500) 2020-2021.What’s the real nutrient load reduction achieved using controlled drainage structures? HABRISea Grant. S.W. Lyon (PI), J. Witter ( 94,623) 2020-2021.The role of beavers as remediation engineers for acid mine drainage streams, SEEDS grant,Gabor (PI), Lyon, ( 49,152) 2020-2021.Drone-assisted streamflow monitoring – a faster, safer and more cost-effective approach tomeasuring river flows. FORMAS, I. Westerberg (PI), S.W Lyon, N. Lam, ( 361,000), 20202024.Support to purchase Stable Water Isotope Analyzer. CFAES Equipment Grant. Lyon, S.W. (PI),( 117,550) 2020.Non-conventional partnerships can secure food, environment and rural economies, InFactLinkage and Leverage. Lyon (PI), Schuster (co-PI) ( 5,000) 2019-2020.Agricultural Diversification Research Workshop. InFact Linkage and Leverage. Jackson-Smith(PI), Lyon et al., ( 5,000) 2019-2020Support for Research Collaborative Planning Process on Diversification of AgriculturalLandscapes. CAPS Opportunity Grant. Jackson-Smith, Culman, Lyon, Chiavegato, Bennett,Lipschitz, Dorrance, Michel ( 5,000) 2019-2020.Dr. Steve W. Lyon – CVPage 5

PublicationsPeer-Reviewed Journals (h-index 37 Web of Science; 42 Google Scholar)(128) Palomino-Ángel, S., R.F. Vázquez, H. Hampel, J.A. Anaya, P.V. Mosquera, S.W. Lyon,and F. Jaramillo (2022) Retrieval of Simultaneous Water-Level Changes in Small Lakes withInSAR, Geophysical Research Letters, 49, e2021GL095950.(127) Miller, S.A., and S.W. Lyon, (2021) Tile drainage increases runoff and phosphorus exportduring wet years in the Western Lake Erie Basin, Frontiers In Water, 3, 757106.(126) Nayeb Yazdi, M., Owen, J.S., Lyon, S.W., White, S.A. (2021) Specialty crop retentionreservoir performance and design considerations to secure quality water and mitigate non-pointsource runoff, Journal of Cleaner Production, 321, 128925.(125) Gebrehiwot, S.G., L. Breuer, S.W. Lyon, (2021) Storage-Discharge Relationships underForest Cover Change in Ethiopian Highlands. Water, 13, 2310.(124) Miller, S.A., and S.W. Lyon, (2021) Tile drainage causes flashy streamflow response inOhio watersheds. Hydrological Processes, 35(8), e14326.(123) Jin, H., Köppl, C.J., Fischer, B.M., Rojas-Conejo, J., Johnson, M.S., Morillas, L., Lyon,S.W., Durán-Quesada, A.M., Suárez-Serrano, A., Manzoni, S., Garcia, M., (2021) Drone-basedhyperspectral and thermal imagery for quantifying upland rice growth and water use efficiencyafter biochar application, Remote Sensing. 13, 1866. Miller, S.A., J.J. Mercer, S.W. Lyon, D.G. Williams; S.N. Miller, (2021) Stable isotopes ofwater and specific conductance reveal complimentary information on streamflow generation insnowmelt-dominated, seasonally arid watersheds, Journal of Hydrology, 596, 126075.(121) Miller, S.A., S.W. Lyon, S.N. Miller, (2020) Quantifying contributions of snowmelt waterto streamflow using graphical and chemical hydrograph separation, Hydrological Processes,34(26), 5606-5622.(120) Qiu, Z., E. Creveling, S.W. Lyon, (2020) Defining a Threshold to DelineateHydrologically Sensitive Areas for Water Resources Planning and Management, WaterResources Management, 34, 3675-3688, Hinzman, A.M., Y. Sjoberg, S.W. Lyon, S.W. Ploum, Y. van der Velde, (2020) Increasingnon-linearity of the storage-discharge relationship in sub-Arctic catchments, HydrologicalProcesses, 34, 3894-3909, doi:10.1002/hyp.13860.(118) Manzoni, S., G. Maneas, A. Scaini, B.E. Psiloglou, G. Destouni, S.W. Lyon, (2020)Understanding coastal wetland conditions and futures by closing their hydrologic balance: thecase of Gialova lagoon, Greece, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 24, 0.(117) Scaini, A., D.A. Zamora Avila, J. Livsey, S.W. Lyon, R. Bommarco, M. Weih, F.Jaramillo, S. Manzoni, (2020) Hydro-climatic controls explain variations in catchment-scalenitrogen use efficiency, Environmental Research Letters, 15, 094006.(116) Xu, D., S.W. Lyon, J.Q. Mao, H. Dai, J. Jarsjo (2020) Impacts of multi-purpose reservoirconstruction, land-use change and climate change on runoff characteristics in the Poyang Lakebasin, China, Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, ) Livsey, J., E. Alavaisha, M. Tumbo, S.W. Lyon, A. Canale, M. Cecotti, R. Lindborg, S.Manzoni (2020) Soil carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus contents along a gradient of agriculturalintensity in the Kilombero Valley, Tanzania, Land, 9, 121; doi:10.3390/land9040121.Dr. Steve W. Lyon – CVPage 6

(114) Lyon, S.W., P. Goethals, P. Schneider, L. Dominguez-Granda, H. Hampel, N. Lam, I.Nolivos, F. Reinstorf, R.C. Rodríguez Tejeda, R.F. Vázquez, and L. Ho (2019) Improving WaterManagement Education Across the Latin America and Caribbean Region, Water, 11, 2318,doi:10.3390/w11112318.(113) Mansanarez, V., I.K. Westerberg, N. Lam, and S.W. Lyon (2019) Rapid Stage-DischargeRating Curve Assessment Using Hydraulic Modeling in an Uncertainty Framework. WaterResources Research, 55(11), 9765-9787, Kratzer, S., Kyryliuk, D., Edman, M., Philipson, P., Lyon, S.W. (2019) Synergy ofSatellite, In Situ and Modelled Data for Addressing the Scarcity of Water Quality Informationfor Eutrophication Assessment and Monitoring of Swedish Coastal Waters. Remote Sensing, 11,2051, doi: 10.3390/rs11172051.(111) Senkondo, W., Munishi, S.E., Tumbo, M., Nobert, J., Lyon, S.W. (2019) Comparingremotely-sensed surface energy balance evapotranspiration estimates in heterogeneous and datalimited regions: A case study of Tanzania’s Kilombero Valley, Remote Sensing, 11, 1289,doi:10.3390/rs11111289.(110) Fischer, B.M.C., Frentress, J., Manzoni, S., Cousins, S.A.O., Hugelius, G., Greger, M.,Smittenberg, R.H., Lyon, S.W. (2019) Mojito, anyone? An exploration of low-tech plant waterextraction methods for isotopic analysis using locally-sourced materials. Frontiers in EarthScience, 7, 150, doi: 10.3389/feart.2019.00150.(109) Livsey, J., Kätterer, T., Vico, G., Lyon, S.W., Lindborg, R., Scaini, A., Da, C., Manzoni, S.(2019) Do alternative irrigation strategies for rice cultivation decrease water footprints at the b2108.(108) Bring, A. and S.W. Lyon (2019) Role-play simulations as an aid to achieve complexlearning outcomes in hydrological science, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 23, 23692378, Alavaisha, E., S.W. Lyon, R. Lindborg (2019) Assessment of water quality acrossirrigation schemes: A case study of wetland agriculture impacts in Kilombero Valley, Tanzania,Water, 11(671), doi:10.3390/w11040671.(106) Knighton, J., G. Pleiss, S. Steinschneider, E. Carter, S.W. Lyon, M.T. Walter (2019)Potential Predictability of Regional Precipitation and Discharge Extremes using Synoptic-ScaleClimate Information via Machine Learning: An Evaluation for the Eastern Continental UnitedStates, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 20, 883-900, doi:10.1175/JHM-D-18-0196.1.(105) Davids, J.C., N. Devkota, A. Pandey, R. Prajapati, B.A. Ertis, M.M. Rutten, S.W. Lyon,T.A. Bogaard, N. van de Giesen (2019) Soda bottle science - citizen science 00046.(104) Lyon, S.W., M. DiBlasio, E. Creveling (2019) On using initial monitoring data tocommunicate restoration potentials and limitations, Applied Environmental Education &Communication, ) Lyon, S.W., V. Mansanarez, and I.K. Westerberg (2019) Can we predict river flows fromjust a few observations?, Eos, 100, Published on 15February 2019.Dr. Steve W. Lyon – CVPage 7

(102) Ploum, S.W., S.W. Lyon, A.J. Teuling, H. Laudon, Y. van der Velde (2019) Soil frosteffects on streamflow recessions in a sub-arctic catchment, Hydrological Processes, 33, 13041316, doi:10.1002/hyp.13401.(101) Fischer, B.M.C., S. Manzoni, L. Morillas, M. Garcia, M.S. Johnson, S.W. Lyon (2018)Improving agricultural water use efficiency with biochar - A synthesis of biochar effects onwater storage and fluxes across scales, Science of the Total Environment, 657:853-862, doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.11.312.(100) Wang, C., C.P. McNew, S.W. Lyon, M.T. Walter, T.H. Volkmann, N. Abramson, A.Meira, A. Sengupta, Y. Wang, L. Pangle, P.A. Troch, M. Kim, C. Harman, H.E. Dahlke (2018)Particle tracer transport in a sloping soil lysimeter under periodic, steady state conditions.Journal of Hydrology, 569, 61-76.(99) Manzoni, S., P. Čapek, P. Porada, M. Thurner, M. Winterdahl, C. Beer, V. Brüchert, J.Frouz, A.M. Herrmann, B.D. Lindahl, S.W. Lyon, H. Šantrůčková, G. Vico, D. Way (2018)Carbon use efficiency from organisms to ecosystems – Definitions, theories, and empiricalevidence. Biogeosciences, 15, 5929-5949, Lyon, S.W., L. Cunha, M. DiBlasio, E. Creveling (2018) Leveraging a Participatory Processfor Restoration Return on Investment: The Nature Conservancy’s Floodplain Investment Tool.Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 1-17, Senkondo, W., M. Tumbo, S.W. Lyon (2018) On the evolution of hydrological modeling ,1-26doi:10.1079/PAVSNNR201813028.(96) Mansanarez, V., I.K. Westerberg, S.W. Lyon, N. Lam (2018) Estimating uncertainties inhydraulically modelled rating curves for discharge time series assessment. Proceedings ofRiverFlow 2018 - Ninth international conference on fluvial hydraulics conference, E3S Web ofConferences 40, 06013, Lyon, S.W., S.W. Ploum, Y. van der Velde, G. Rocher-Ros, C.M. Mörth, R. Giesler (2018)Lessons learned from monitoring the stable water isotopic variability in precipitation andstreamflow across a snow-dominated sub-arctic catchment, Arctic, Antarctic, and AlpineResearch, 50(1), e1454778, Koutsouris, A.J. and S.W. Lyon (2018) Advancing understanding under limiting conditions:Estimating contributions to streamflow across Tanzania’s rapidly developing Kilombero Valley,Hydrological Sciences Journal, 63(2).(93) Senkondo, W., J. Tuwa, A. Koutsouris, M. Tumbo, S.W. Lyon (2017) Estimating AquiferTransmissivity Using the Recession-Curve-Displacement Method in Tanzania’s KilomberoValley, Water, 9(12), 948, doi:10.3390/w9120948(92) Koutsouris, A.J., J. Seibert, S.W. Lyon (2017) Utilization of Global Precipitation Datasetsin Data Limited Regions: A Case Study of Kilombero Valley, Tanzania. Atmosphere, 8(12), 246,doi:10.3390/atmos8120246(91) Matti, B., H.E. Dahlke, B. Dieppois, D.M. Lawler, S.W. Lyon (2017) Flood seasonalityacross Scandinavia – Evidence of a shifting hydrograph? Hydrological Processes, 31(24), 43534370. 10.1002/hyp.11365Dr. Steve W. Lyon – CVPage 8

(90) Thorslund, J., J. Jarsjö, F. Jaramillo, J. Jawitz, S. Manzoni, N.B. Basu, S. Chalov, M.Cohen, I. Creed, R. Goldenberg, A. Hylin, Z. Kalantari, A. Koussis, S. Lyon, K. Mazi, J. Mård,K. Persson, J. Pietroń, C. Prieto, A. Quin, K. Van Meter, G. Destouni (2017) Wetlands as largescale nature-based solutions: status and challenges for research, engineering and management,Ecological Engineering, 108(B), 289-497, Karlsson, C., Z. Kalantari, U. Mörtberg, B. Olofsson, S.W. Lyon (2017) Natural hazardsusceptibility assessment for road planning using spatial multi-criteria analysis, EnvironmentalManagement, 60, 5, 823-851. Doi:10.1007/s00267-017-0912-6.(88) Lyon, S.W., K. King, O. Polpanich, G. Lacombe (2017) Assessing hydrologic changesacross the Lower Mekong Basin, Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, 12, 07.(87) Polpanich, O., S.W. Lyon, C. Krittasudthacheewa, A.L. Bush, E. Kemp-Benedict (2017)Modeling impacts of development on water resources in the Huai Sai Bat Sub-basin ofNortheastern Thailand with a participatory approach, International Journal of Water ResourcesDevelopment, doi: 10.1080/07900627.2017.1322940.(86) Mbanguka, R.P., S.W. Lyon, K. Holmgren, M.G. Lopez, J. Jarsjö (2016) Water Balance andLevel Change of Lake Babati, Tanzania: Sensitivity to Hydroclimatic Forcings, Water, 8(12),572, doi:10.3390/w8120572.(85) Winterdahl, M., M. Wallin, R.H. Karlsen, H. Laudon, M. Öquist, S.W. Lyon (2016) Decoupling of carbon dioxide and dissolved organic carbon in boreal headwater streams, Journal ofGeophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 121, 2630-2651, doi:10.1002/2016JG003420.(84) Michielsen, A., Z. Kalantari, S.W. Lyon, E. Liljegren (2016) Predicting and CommunicatingFlood Risk of Transport Infrastructure based on Watershed Characteristics, Journal ofEnvironmental Management, 182, 505-518, 3) Lam, N., J.W. Kean, S.W. Lyon (2016) Modeling streamflow from coupled airborne laserscanning and acoustic Doppler current profiler data, Hydrology Research, 48 (4): 981-996, Lyon, S.W., E.J. Jantze, H.E. Dahlke, F. Jaramillo, M. Winterdahl (2016) Why monitorcarbon in high-alpine streams?, Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography, 98, 237245. doi:10.1111/geoa.12136.(81) Rafiee, M., S.W. Lyon, B. Zahraie, G. Destouni, N. Jaafarzadeh (2016) Optimal WastewaterLoading under Conflicting Goals and Technology Limitations in a Riverine System, WaterEnvironment Research, 89 (3), 211-220.(80) Bogaart, P.W., Y. van der Velde, S.W. Lyon, S.C. Dekker (2016) Stream flow recessionpatterns can help unravel the role of climate and humans in landscape co-evolution, Hydrologyand Earth System Sciences, 20, 1413–1432, doi:10.5194/hess-20-1413-2016.(79) Matti, B., H.E. Dahlke, S.W. Lyon (2016) On the variability of cold region flooding, Journalof Hydrology, 534, 669-679, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.01.055.(78) Sjöberg, Y., E. Coon, A.B.K. Sannel, R. Pannetier, D. Harp, A. Frampton, S.L. Painter,S.W. Lyon (2016) Thermal effects from groundwater flow through a subarctic fen – a case studybased on field observations and numerical modeling, Water Resources Research, 52, 1591–1606,doi:10.1002/2015WR017571.Dr. Steve W. Lyon – CVPage 9

(77) Juston, J., S.W. Lyon, G. Destouni (2016) Data-driven nutrient-landscape relationshipsacross region and scale, Water Environment Research, 88(11), 69768255.(76) Nickman, A., P. Jansson, S.W. Lyon, B. Olofsson (2016) Simulating the impact of roads onhydrological responses: examples from Swedish terrain, Hydrology Research, 47(4) 767-781,DOI: 10.2166/nh.2016.030.(75) Winterdahl, M., H. Laudon, S.W. Lyon, C. Pers, K. Bishop (2016) Sensitivity of streamdissolved organic carbon to temperature and discharge: implications for future climates, Journalof Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 121(1), 126-144.(74) Dahlke, H.E., M.T. Walter, S.W. Lyon, A. Sharma, S. Leung, A. Williamson (2015) Usingconcurrent DNA tracer injections to infer glacial flow pathways, Hydrological Processes, 29,5257-5274, doi:10.1002/hyp.10679.(73) Koutsouris, A.J., D. Chen, S.W. Lyon (2016) Comparing global precipitation datasets inEastern Africa: a case study of Kilombero Valley, Tanzania, International Journal ofClimatology, 36, 2000-2014, doi:10.1002/joc.4476.(72) Harpold, A.A., J.A. Marshall, S.W. Lyon, T.B. Barnhart, B. Fisher, M. Donovan, K.M.Brubaker, C.J. Crosby, N.F. Glenn, C.L. Glennie, P.B. Kirchner, N. Lam, K.D. Mankoff, J.L.McCreight, N.P. Molotch, K.N. Musselman, J. Pelletier, T. Russo, H. Sangireddy, Y. Sjöberg, T.Swetnam, N. West (2015) Laser Vision: Lidar as a Transformative Tool to Advance CriticalZone Science, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 19, 2881-2897, doi:10.5194/hess-19-28812015.(71) Lyon, S.W., M. Nathanson, N. Lam, H. Dahlke, M. Rutzinger, J.W. Kean, H. Laudon(2015) Can low-resolution airborne laser scanning data be used to model stream rating curves?,Water, 7, 1324-1339, doi:10.3390/w7041324.(70) Sjöberg, Y., P. Marklund, R. Pettersson, S. W. Lyon (2015) Geophysical mapping of palsapeatland permafrost, The Cryosphere, 9, 465-478.(69) Jantze, E.J., H. Laudon, H.E., Dahlke, S.W. Lyon (2015), Spatial variability of dissolvedorganic and inorganic carbon in sub-arctic headwater streams. Arctic, Antarctic, and AlpineResearch, 47(3), 529-546.(68) Lam, N., M. Nathanson, N. Lundgren, R. Rehnström, S.W. Lyon (2015), A cost-effectivelaser scanning method for mapping stream channel geometry and roughness. Journal of theAmerican Water Resources Association, 1-10. DOI: 10.1111/1752-1688.12299.(67) Bodil, E., G. Destouni, A. Angerbjörn, S. Borgström, E. Boyd, S. Cousins, L. Dalén, J.Ehrlén, M. Ermold, P. Hambäck, J. Hedlund, K. Hylander, F. Jaramillo, V. Lagerholm, S. Lyon,H. Moor, B. Nykvist, M. Pasanen-Mortensen, J. Plue, C. Prieto, Y. van der Velde, R. Lindborg(2015), Interacting effects of change in climate, human population, land use and water use onbiodiversity and ecosystem services. Ecology and Society, 20(1), 23. van der Velde, Y., I. Heidbüchel, S.W. Lyon, L. Nyberg, A. Rodhe, K. Bishop, P.A. Troch(2015), Consequences of mixing assumptions for time-variable travel time distributions,Hydrological Processes, 29(16), 3460-3474, doi: 10.1002/hyp.10372.Dr. Steve W. Lyon – CVPage 10

(65) Kalantari, Z., S.W. Lyon, P-E. Jansson, J. Stolte, H.K. French, L. Folkeson, M. Sassner(2014), Modeller subjectivity and calibration impacts on hydrological model applications: anevent-based comparison for a road-adjacent catchment in South-East Norway, Science of TheTotal Environment, 502, 315-329, doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.09.030.(64) Lyon, S.W., Meidani, R., van der Velde, Y., Dahlke, H.E., Swaney, D.P., Mörth, C.M.,Humborg, C. (2015), Seasonal and regional patterns in performance for a Baltic Sea drainagebasin hydrologic model. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 51(2), 550-566.DOI: 10.1111/jawr.12268.(63) Lyon, S.W., Koutsouris, A., Scheibler, F., Jarsjö, J., Mbanguka, R., Tumbo, M., Robert,K.K., Sharma, A.N., van der Velde, Y. (2014), Interpreting characteristic drainage timescalevariability across Kilombero Valley, Tanzania, Hydrological Processes, 29, 1912-1924. doi:10.1002/hyp.10304.(62) Harpold, A., Lyon, S.W., Marshall, J. (2014), Using LiDAR to Advance Critical ZoneScience, Eos Trans. AGU, 95(40), 364.(61) Archibald, J., Buchanan, B., Fuka, D.R., Georgakakos, C.B., Lyon, S.W., Walter, M.T.(2014), A simple, regionally parameterized model for predicting nonpoint source areas in ,1,74-91,doi:10.1016/j.ejrh.2014.06.003.(60) Saaltink, R., van der Velde, Y.,

Dr. Steve W. Lyon Ohio State University School of Environment and Natural Resources Phone: 1 (330) 263-3884 1680 Madison Avenue - 133 Williams Hall Email: [email protected] Wooster OH 44691 (USA) Stockholm University Department of Physical Geography Phone: 46 (0)8 16 4888 Svante Arrheniusväg 8C Email: [email protected] .