1. Bales, R.C., Goulden, M.L., Hunsaker, C.T., Conklin, M.H., Hartsough, P.C., O’Geen, A.T., Hopmans, J.W. and Safeeq, M., 2018. Mechanisms controlling the impact of multi-year drought on mountain hydrology. Scientific reports, 8(1), p.690.
  2. Klos, P. Z., Goulden, M., Riebe, C. S., Tague, C., O’geen, A. T., Flinchum, B. A., Safeeq, M., Conklin, M. H., Hart, S. C., Berhe, A. A., Hartsough, P. C., Holbrook, S., Bales, R. C., 2017. Subsurface plant-accessible water in mountain ecosystems with a Mediterranean climate. WIREs Water. DOI: 10.1002/wat2.1277.
  3. Danner, A.G., Safeeq, M., Grant, G.E., Wickham, C., Tullos, D. and Santelmann, M.V., 2017. Scenario‐Based and Scenario‐Neutral Assessment of Climate Change Impacts on Operational Performance of a Multipurpose Reservoir. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 53(6), pp.1467-1482.
  4. Hunsaker, C.T.; Safeeq, M. Kings River Experimental Watersheds stream discharge. Fort Collins, CO: Forest Service Research Data Archive.
  5. Saksa, P., Safeeq, M. and Dymond, S., 2017. Recent Patterns in Climate, Vegetation, and Forest Water Use in California Montane Watersheds. Forests, 8(8), p.278.
  6. Flitcroft, R.L., S.L. Lewis, I. Arismendi, R. LovellFord, M. Santelman, M Safeeq, and G Grant, 2016. Linking Hydroclimate to Fish Phenology and Habitat Use with Ichthyographs. PLOS One
  7. Safeeq, M., and C.T. Hunsaker, 2016. Characterizing Runoff and Water Yield from Headwater Catchments in the Southern Sierra Nevada. Journal of American Water Resources Association, 52(6) 1327–1346.
  8. Cooper, M., A., Nolin, and Safeeq, 2016. Testing the Recent Snow Drought as an Analog for Climate Warming Sensitivity of Cascades Snowpacks. Environmental Research Letters 11(8), doi:10.1088/1748-9326/11/8/084009.
  9. Fares, A., Safeeq, R. Awal, S. Fares, and A. Dogan, 2016. Temperature and Probe-to-Probe Variability Effects on the Performance of Capacitance Soil Moisture Sensors in an Oxisol. Vadose Zone Journal 15(3), doi: 10.2136/vzj2015.07.0098.
  10. Safeeq, M., S. Shukla, I. Arismendi, G. Grant, and A. Nolin, 2016. Influence of Winter Season Climate Variability on Snow-Precipitation Ratio in the Western U.S. International Journal of Climatology, 36(9) 3175–3190.
  11. Safeeq, M., and A. Fares, 2016. Groundwater and Surface Water Interactions in Relation to Natural and Anthropogenic Landuse Changes. In Emerging Issues in Groundwater Resources, pp. 289-326. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-32008-3_11
  12. Andrea Watts, A. G. Grant, and Safeeq, 2016. Flows of the Future—How Will Climate Change Affect Streamflows in the Pacific Northwest? Science Findings, 187, USDA Forest Service, Portland Oregon
  13. Clifton, C.F., K.T. Day, K. Dello, G.E. Grant, J.E. Halofsky, D.J. Isaak, C.H. Luce, Safeeq, B.P. Staab, and J. Stevenson, 2015. Climate Change and Hydrology in the Blue Mountains, In Halofsky J.E. and D.L. Peterson eds. Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation in the Blue Mountains Region. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station Portland, Oregon, General Technical Report PNW-GTR-xxxx.
  14. Safeeq, M., G. Grant, S.L. Lewis, and B. Staab, 2015. Predicting Landscape Sensitivity to Present and Future Floods in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Hydrological Processes, 29 (26) 5337–5353.
  15. Penaluna, B.E, J.B. Dunham, S.F. Railsback, I. Arismendi, S. Johnson, R.E. Bilby, Safeeq, and A.E. Skaugset, 2015. Local Variability Explains Vulnerability of Trout Populations to Land Use and Climate Change. Plos One, 10(8): e0135334. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0135334.
  16. Shukla, S., Safeeq, A. AghaKouchak, K. Guan, and C. Funk, 2015. Temperature Impacts on the Water Year 2014 Drought in California. Geophysical Research Letters, 42(11) 4384–4393.
  17. Safeeq, M., and A. Fares, 2014. Interception Losses in Three Non-native Hawaiian Forest Stands. Hydrological Processes, 28(2) 237-254.
  18. Safeeq, M., G. Grant, S.L. Lewis, M. Kramer, and B. Staab, 2014. A Geohydrologic Framework for Characterizing Summer Streamflow Sensitivity to Climate Warming in the Pacific Northwest, USA, Earth Syst. Sci., 18, 3693–3710.
  19. Safeeq, M., G. Grant, I. Arismendi, A. Hamlet, Se-Y Lee, and G. S. Mauger, 2014. Uncertainties in Large-Scale Hydrological Model Predictions in the Pacific Northwest: Effects of Climate and Groundwater. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 15, 2501–2521.
  20. Arismendi, I., Safeeq, S.L. Johnson, J.B. Dunham, and R. Haggerty, 2014. Can Air Temperature be used to Project Influences of Climate Change on Stream Temperature? Environmental Research Letters 9 (8), 084015.
  21. Ahmad, A.A., A. Fares, N. V. Hue, Safeeq, T. Radovich, F. Abbas, and M. Ibrahim. 2014. Root Distribution of Sweet Corn (Zea mays) as affected by Manure Types, Rates and Frequency of Applications. Journal of Animal & Plant Sciences (JAPS), 24(2): 592-599.
  22. Abbas, F., A. Ahmad, Safeeq, S. Ali, F. Saleem, H. Hammad, and W. Farhad, 2013. Changes in Precipitation Extremes over Arid to Semi-arid and Sub-humid Punjab, Pakistan. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 116 (3) 671-680.
  23. Safeeq, M., G. Grant, S. Lewis, and C. Tague, 2013. Coupling Snowpack and Groundwater Dynamics to Interpret Historical Streamflow Trend in the Western United States. Hydrological Processes, 27(5) 655-668.
  24. Arismendi, I., Safeeq, S.L. Johnson, J.B. Dunham, and R. Haggerty, 2013. Increasing Synchrony of High Temperature and Low Flow in Western North American Streams: Double Trouble for Coldwater Biota? Hydrobiologia, 712 (1) 6 1-70.
  25. Safeeq, M., Mair, and A. Fares, 2012. Temporal and Spatial Trends in Surface Air Temperature on the Island of Oahu, Hawai‘i. International Journal of Climatology, 33: 2816–2835.
  26. Safeeq, M., and A. Fares, 2012. Hydrologic Effect of Groundwater Development in a Small Mountainous Tropical Watershed. Journal of Hydrology, 428–429: 51–67.
  27. Safeeq, M., and A. Fares, 2011. Hydrologic Response of a Hawaiian Watershed to Future Climate Change Scenarios. Hydrological Processes, 26(18) 2745–2764.
  28. Safeeq, M., and A. Fares, 2011. Accuracy Evaluation of ClimGen Weather Generator and Daily to Hourly Disaggregation Methods in Tropical Conditions. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 106(3-4): 321-341.
  29. Fares, A., Safeeq, and D.M. Jenkins, 2009. Adjusting Temperature and Salinity Effects on Single Capacitance Sensors. Pedosphere 19(5): 588-596.
  30. Garg, K.K., B. S. Das, M. Safeeq, and P. B. S. Bhadoria, 2009. Measurement and Modeling of Soil Water Regime in a Lowland Paddy Field Showing Preferential Transport. Agricultural Water Management 96(12) 1705–1714.
  31. Fares A, F. Abbas, A. Ahmad, J. Deenik and Safeeq, 2008. Response of Selected Soil Physical and Hydrological Properties to Manure Amendment Rates, Level and Types. Soil Science 173(8): 522-533.
  32. Fares, A., M. Safeeq, and D.M. Jenkins, 2006. Temperature Dependent Scaled Voltage to Improve the Performance of Single Capacitance Sensors. ASABE annual meeting Proceeding, Portland Oregon July 9-12, paper number 062121.
  33. Fares, A., Safeeq, A. Kimoto, and A. Dogan, 2010. Use of buffers to reduce nitrogen transport to water bodies. In Delgado, J.A., and R.F. Follett, eds. Advances in Nitrogen Management for Water Quality. Ankeny, IA: Soil and Water Conservation Society.