Kudzai Farai Kaseke
Kudzai Farai Kaseke
Associate Specialist, Earth Research Institute (UCSB)
Verified email at ucsb.edu
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Nonrainfall water origins and formation mechanisms
KF Kaseke, L Wang, MK Seely
Science Advances 3 (3), e1603131, 2017
61*2017
Effects of non‐rainfall water inputs on ecosystem functions
L Wang, KF Kaseke, MK Seely
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 4 (1), e1179, 2017
512017
Physical ecology of hypolithic communities in the central Namib Desert: the role of fog, rain, rock habitat, and light
KA Warren‐Rhodes, CP McKay, LN Boyle, MR Wing, EM Kiekebusch, ...
Journal of geophysical research: biogeosciences 118 (4), 1451-1460, 2013
472013
The impact of rainfall on soil moisture dynamics in a foggy desert
B Li, L Wang, KF Kaseke, L Li, MK Seely
PLoS One 11 (10), e0164982, 2016
372016
Stable isotope compositions (δ 2 H, δ 18 O and δ 17 O) of rainfall and snowfall in the central United States
C Tian, L Wang, KF Kaseke, BW Bird
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-15, 2018
352018
An analysis of precipitation isotope distributions across Namibia using historical data
KF Kaseke, L Wang, H Wanke, V Turewicz, P Koeniger
PloS one 11 (5), e0154598, 2016
282016
A multi-scale analysis of Namibian rainfall over the recent decade–comparing TMPA satellite estimates and ground observations
X Lu, L Wang, M Pan, KF Kaseke, B Li
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 8, 59-68, 2016
262016
A method for direct assessment of the “non rainfall” atmospheric water cycle: input and evaporation from the soil
KF Kaseke, AJ Mills, R Brown, KJ Esler, JR Henschel, MK Seely
Pure and applied geophysics 169 (5-6), 847-857, 2012
232012
Spatial variation of “non-rainfall” water input and the effect of mechanical soil crusts on input and evaporation
KF Kaseke, AJ Mills, K Esler, J Henschel, MK Seely, R Brown
Pure and applied geophysics 169 (12), 2217-2229, 2012
222012
Ecohydrological interactions within “fairy circles” in the Namib Desert: Revisiting the self‐organization hypothesis
S Ravi, L Wang, KF Kaseke, IV Buynevich, E Marais
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 122 (2), 405-414, 2017
182017
The effects of desert pavements (gravel mulch) on soil micro-hydrology
KF Kaseke, AJ Mills, J Henschel, MK Seely, K Esler, R Brown
Pure and Applied Geophysics 169 (5), 873-880, 2012
172012
Fog and dew as potable water resources: Maximizing harvesting potential and water quality concerns
KF Kaseke, L Wang
GeoHealth 2 (10), 327-332, 2018
162018
The impact of fog on soil moisture dynamics in the Namib Desert
B Li, L Wang, KF Kaseke, R Vogt, L Li, MK Seely
Advances in Water Resources 113, 23-29, 2018
162018
Precipitation Origins and Key Drivers of Precipitation Isotope (18O, 2H, and 17O) Compositions Over Windhoek
KF Kaseke, L Wang, H Wanke, C Tian, M Lanning, W Jiao
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 123 (14), 7311-7330, 2018
132018
Fog spatial distributions over the Central Namib Desert-an isotope approach
KF Kaseke, C Tian, L Wang, M Seely, R Vogt, T Wassenaar, R Mushi
132018
Data descriptor: daily observations of stable isotope ratios of rainfall in the tropics
NC Munksgaard, N Kurita, R Sánchez-Murillo, N Ahmed, L Araguas, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-7, 2019
122019
Convergent vegetation fog and dew water use in the Namib Desert
L Wang, KF Kaseke, S Ravi, W Jiao, R Mushi, T Shuuya, G Maggs‐Kölling
Ecohydrology 12 (7), e2130, 2019
92019
Non-rainfall Atmospheric Water in Arid Soil Microhydrology and Ecology
KF Kaseke
University of Stellenbosch, 2009
6*2009
Effects of non-rainfall water inputs on ecosystem functions. WIREs Water 4, e1179
L Wang, KF Kaseke, MK Seely
52017
A Stable Isotope Approach to Investigate Ecohydrological Processes in Namibia
KF Kaseke
12018
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