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    1. Hazlett, PW; Semkin, RG; Beall, FD
      Hydrologic pathways during snowmelt in first-order stream basins at the Turkey Lakes Watershed

      ECOSYSTEMS
    2. Foster, HJ; Lees, MJ; Wheater, HS; Neal, C; Reynolds, B
      A hydrochemical modelling framework for combined assessment of spatial andtemporal variability in stream chemistry: application to Plynlimon, Wales

      HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES
    3. Hangen, E; Lindenlaub, M; Leibundgut, C; von Wilpert, K
      Investigating mechanisms of stormflow generation by natural tracers and hydrometric data: a small catchment study in the Black Forest, Germany

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    4. Waddington, JM; Devito, KJ
      Portable irrigation system for studying hillslope and wetland runoff generation processes

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    5. Metcalfe, RA; Buttle, JM
      Soil partitioning and surface store controls on spring runoff from a boreal forest peatland basin in north-central Manitoba, Canada

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    6. Tsujimura, M; Onda, Y; Ito, J
      Stream water chemistry in a steep headwater basin with high relief

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    7. Kendall, C; McDonnell, JJ; Gu, WZ
      A look inside 'black box' hydrograph separation models: a study at the Hydrohill catchment

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    8. Burns, DA; McDonnell, JJ; Hooper, RP; Peters, NE; Freer, JE; Kendall, C; Beven, K
      Quantifying contributions to storm runoff through end-member mixing analysis and hydrologic measurements at the Panola Mountain Research Watershed (Georgia, USA)

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    9. Hornberger, GM; Scanlon, TM; Raffensperger, JP
      Modelling transport of dissolved silica in a forested headwater catchment:the effect of hydrological and chemical time scales on hysteresis in the concentration-discharge relationship

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    10. Scanlon, TM; Raffensperger, JP; Hornberger, GM
      Modeling transport of dissolved silica in a forested headwater catchment: Implications for defining the hydrochemical response of observed flow pathways

      WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH
    11. Marc, V; Didon-Lescot, JF; Michael, C
      Investigation of the hydrological processes using chemical and isotopic tracers in a small Mediterranean forested catchment during autumn recharge

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    12. Ladouche, B; Probst, A; Viville, D; Idir, S; Baque, D; Loubet, M; Probst, JL; Bariac, T
      Hydrograph separation using isotopic, chemical and hydrological approaches(Strengbach catchment, France)

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    13. Slaymaker, O
      Research developments in the hydrological sciences in Canada (1995-1998): surface water - quantity, quality and ecology

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    14. Stichler, W; Schotterer, U
      From accumulation to discharge: modification of stable isotopes during glacial and post-glacial processes

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    15. Gremillion, P; Wanielista, M
      Effects of evaporative enrichment on the stable isotope hydrology of a central Florida (USA) river

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    16. Gremillion, P; Gonyeau, A; Wanielista, M
      Application of alternative hydrograph separation models to detect changes in flow paths in a watershed undergoing urban development

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    17. Hoeg, S; Uhlenbrook, S; Leibundgut, C
      Hydrograph separation in a mountainous catchment - combining hydrochemicaland isotopic tracers

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    18. Soulsby, C; Malcolm, R; Helliwell, R; Ferrier, RC; Jenkins, A
      Isotope hydrology of the Allt a' Mharcaidh catchment, Cairngorms, Scotland: implications for hydrological pathways and residence times

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    19. Brassard, P; Waddington, JM; Hill, AR; Roulet, NT
      Modelling groundwater-surface water mixing in a headwater wetland: implications for hydrograph separation

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    20. Gibson, JJ; Price, JS; Aravena, R; Fitzgerald, DF; Maloney, D
      Runoff generation in a hypermaritime bog-forest upland

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    21. Land, M; Ingri, J; Andersson, PS; Ohlander, B
      Ba/Sr, Ca/Sr and Sr-87/Sr-86 ratios in soil water and groundwater: implications for relative contributions to stream water discharge

      APPLIED GEOCHEMISTRY
    22. Laudon, H; Westling, O; Bishop, K
      Cause of pH decline in stream water during spring melt runoff in northern Sweden

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    23. Bishop, KH; Laudon, H; Kohler, S
      Separating the natural and anthropogenic components of spring flood pH decline: A method for areas that are not chronically acidified

      WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH
    24. Spongberg, ME
      Spectral analysis of base flow separation with digital filters

      WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH
    25. Ribolzi, O; Andrieux, P; Valles, V; Bouzigues, R; Bariac, T; Voltz, M
      Contribution of groundwater and overland flows to storm flow generation ina cultivated Mediterranean catchment. Quantification by natural chemical tracing

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    26. Idir, S; Probst, A; Viville, D; Probst, JL
      Contribution of saturated areas and hillslopes to the water and element fluxes exported during a storm event: tracing with dissolved organic carbon and silica. The Strengbach catchment case study (Vosges, France)

      COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES SERIE II FASCICULE A-SCIENCES DELA TERRE ET DES PLANETES
    27. Kobayashi, D; Ishii, Y; Kodama, Y
      Stream temperature, specific conductance and runoff process in mountain watersheds

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    28. Ohrui, K; Mitchell, MJ
      Hydrological flow paths controlling stream chemistry in Japanese forested watersheds

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    29. Yu, ZB; Schwartz, FW
      Automated calibration applied to watershed-scale flow simulations

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    30. Laudon, H; Bishop, KH
      Quantifying sources of acid neutralisation capacity depression during spring flood episodes in Northern Sweden

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    31. Laudon, H; Kohler, S; Bishop, KH
      Natural acidity or anthropogenic acidification in the spring flood of northern Sweden?

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    32. Hill, AR; Kemp, WA; Buttle, JM; Goodyear, D
      Nitrogen chemistry of subsurface storm runoff on forested Canadian Shield hillslopes

      WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH
    33. Brown, VA; McDonnell, JJ; Burns, DA; Kendall, C
      The role of event water, a rapid shallow flow component, and catchment size in summer stormflow

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    34. BOEGLIN JL; ROQUIN C; MORTATTI J; TARDY Y
      CHEMICAL AND MECHANICAL EROSION IN THE NI GER AND AMAZON BASINS - CLIMATIC AND PALEOCLIMATIC EVOLUTION OF TROPICAL LANDSCAPES

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 2. Sciences de la terre et des planetes
    35. McCartney, MP; Neal, C; Neal, M
      Use of deuterium to understand runoff generation in a headwater catchment containing a dambo

      HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES
    36. HILL AR; LABADIA CF; SANMUGADAS K
      HYPORHEIC ZONE HYDROLOGY AND NITROGEN DYNAMICS IN RELATION TO THE STREAMBED TOPOGRAPHY OF A N-RICH STREAM

      Biogeochemistry
    37. SIDLE WC
      ENVIRONMENTAL ISOTOPES FOR RESOLUTION OF HYDROLOGY PROBLEMS

      Environmental monitoring and assessment
    38. ANDERSSON L; LEPISTO A
      LINKS BETWEEN RUNOFF GENERATION, CLIMATE AND NITRATE-N LEACHING FROM FORESTED CATCHMENTS

      Water, air and soil pollution
    39. PETERS NE; RATCLIFFE EB
      TRACING HYDROLOGIC PATHWAYS USING CHLORIDE AT THE PANOLA MOUNTAIN RESEARCH WATERSHED, GEORGIA, USA

      Water, air and soil pollution
    40. COLLINS R; NEAL C
      THE HYDROCHEMICAL IMPACTS OF TERRACED AGRICULTURE, NEPAL

      Science of the total environment
    41. BURNS DA; MCDONNELL JJ
      EFFECTS OF A BEAVER POND ON RUNOFF PROCESSES - COMPARISON OF 2 HEADWATER CATCHMENTS

      Journal of hydrology
    42. BOEGLIN JL; TARDY Y
      CHEMICAL AND MECHANICAL EROSION IN THE UP PER NIGER BASIN (GUINEA, MALI) - HYDROGRAPH SEPARATION OF 4 COMPONENTS

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie II. Sciences de la terre et des planetes
    43. BUTTLE JM; PETERS DL
      INFERRING HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES IN A TEMPERATE BASIN USING ISOTOPIC AND GEOCHEMICAL HYDROGRAPH SEPARATION - A REEVALUATION

      Hydrological processes
    44. BIDIN K; GREER T
      A SPREADSHEET-BASED TECHNIQUE (LOTUS-1-2-3) FOR SEPARATING TROPICAL FOREST STORM HYDROGRAPHS USING HEWLETT AND HIBBERT SLOPE

      Earth surface processes and landforms
    45. LAUDON H; SLAYMAKER O
      HYDROGRAPH SEPARATION USING STABLE ISOTOPES, SILICA AND ELECTRICAL-CONDUCTIVITY - AN ALPINE EXAMPLE

      Journal of hydrology
    46. GENEREUX D; PRINGLE C
      CHEMICAL MIXING MODEL OF STREAMFLOW GENERATION AT LA-SELVA BIOLOGICALSTATION, COSTA-RICA

      Journal of hydrology
    47. LAND M; OHLANDER B
      SEASONAL-VARIATIONS IN THE GEOCHEMISTRY OF SHALLOW GROUNDWATER HOSTEDIN GRANITIC TILL

      Chemical geology
    48. MARC V; TRAVI Y; PICHON A
      STUDY OF STREAMFLOW PROCESSES WITHIN A ME DITERRANEAN CATCHMENT - AN APPROACH BY STABLE ENVIRONMENTAL ISOTOPES AND WATER CHEMISTRY

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie II. Sciences de la terre et des planetes
    49. SKLASH MG; BEVEN KJ; GILMAN K; DARLING WG
      ISOTOPE STUDIES OF PIPEFLOW AT PLYNLIMON, WALES, UK

      Hydrological processes
    50. RODHE A; NYBERG L; BISHOP K
      TRANSIT TIMES FOR WATER IN A SMALL TILL CATCHMENT FROM A STEP SHIFT IN THE OXYGEN-18 CONTENT OF THE WATER INPUT

      Water resources research
    51. BILLETT MF; CRESSER MS
      EVALUATION OF THE USE OF SOIL ION-EXCHANGE PROPERTIES FOR PREDICTING STREAMWATER CHEMISTRY IN UPLAND CATCHMENTS

      Journal of hydrology
    52. DURAND P; TORRES JLJ
      SOLUTE TRANSFER IN AGRICULTURAL CATCHMENTS - THE INTEREST AND LIMITS OF MIXING MODELS

      Journal of hydrology
    53. ROSE S
      TEMPORAL ENVIRONMENTAL ISOTOPIC VARIATION WITHIN THE FALLING-CREEK (GEORGIA) WATERSHED - IMPLICATIONS FOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO STREAMFLOW

      Journal of hydrology
    54. BJORNEBERG DL; KANWAR RS; MELVIN SW
      TILLAGE AND CROP-ROTATION EFFECTS ON SUBSURFACE DRAINAGE RESPONSE TO RAINFALL

      Transactions of the ASAE
    55. TARDY Y; MORTATTI J; PROBST JL
      CHEMICAL AND MECHANICAL EROSION IN THE AMAZON BASIN - SURFACE RUNOFF ESTIMATION BY USING THE METHOD OF RESERVOIRS OF VARIABLE CONTRIBUTION AND CONSTANT-LOAD IN TIME

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie II. Mecanique, physique, chimie, astronomie
    56. KOBAYASHI D; KODAMA Y; ISHII Y; TANAKA Y; SUZUKI K
      DIURNAL-VARIATIONS IN STREAMFLOW AND WATER-QUALITY DURING THE SUMMER DRY SEASON

      Hydrological processes
    57. BUTTLE JM; VONK AM; TAYLOR CH
      APPLICABILITY OF ISOTOPIC HYDROGRAPH SEPARATION IN A SUBURBAN BASIN DURING SNOWMELT

      Hydrological processes
    58. ELSENBEER H; LORIERI D; BONELL M
      MIXING MODEL APPROACHES TO ESTIMATE STORM FLOW SOURCES IN AN OVERLANDFLOW-DOMINATED TROPICAL RAIN-FOREST CATCHMENT

      Water resources research
    59. PETERS DL; BUTTLE JM; TAYLOR CH; LAZERTE BD
      RUNOFF PRODUCTION IN A FORESTED, SHALLOW SOIL, CANADIAN SHIELD BASIN

      Water resources research
    60. BUTTLE JM
      ISOTOPE HYDROGRAPH SEPARATIONS AND RAPID DELIVERY OF PRE-EVENT WATER FROM DRAINAGE BASINS

      Progress in physical geography
    61. PIONKE HB; DEWALLE DR
      STREAMFLOW GENERATION ON A SMALL AGRICULTURAL CATCHMENT DURING AUTUMNRECHARGE .1. NONSTORMFLOW PERIODS

      Journal of hydrology
    62. DEWALLE DR; PIONKE HB
      STREAMFLOW GENERATION ON A SMALL AGRICULTURAL CATCHMENT DURING AUTUMNRECHARGE .2. STORMFLOW PERIODS

      Journal of hydrology
    63. BAZEMORE DE; ESHLEMAN KN; HOLLENBECK KJ
      THE ROLE OF SOIL-WATER IN STORMFLOW GENERATION IN A FORESTED HEADWATER CATCHMENT - SYNTHESIS OF NATURAL TRACER AND HYDROMETRIC EVIDENCE

      Journal of hydrology
    64. HILL AR; WADDINGTON JM
      ANALYSIS OF STORM RUN-OFF SOURCES USING O-18 IN A HEADWATER SWAMP

      Hydrological processes
    65. HILL AR
      NITROGEN DYNAMICS OF STORM RUNOFF IN THE RIPARIAN ZONE OF A FORESTED WATERSHED

      Biogeochemistry
    66. SCHAEFER DA; DRISCOLL CT
      IDENTIFYING SOURCES OF SNOWMELT ACIDIFICATION WITH A WATERSHED MIXINGMODEL

      Water, air and soil pollution
    67. HILL AR
      BASE CATION CHEMISTRY OF STORM RUNOFF IN A FORESTED HEADWATER WETLAND

      Water resources research
    68. WILLIAMS MW; BROWN AD; MELACK JM
      GEOCHEMICAL AND HYDROLOGIC CONTROLS ON THE COMPOSITION OF SURFACE-WATER IN A HIGH-ELEVATION BASIN, SIERRA-NEVADA, CALIFORNIA

      Limnology and oceanography
    69. PIONKE HB; GBUREK WJ; FOLMAR GJ
      QUANTIFYING STORMFLOW COMPONENTS IN A PENNSYLVANIA WATERSHED WHEN O-18 INPUT AND STORM CONDITIONS VARY

      Journal of hydrology
    70. WADDINGTON JM; ROULET NT; HILL AR
      RUNOFF MECHANISMS IN A FORESTED GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE WETLAND

      Journal of hydrology
    71. OBRIEN C; HENDERSHOT WH
      SEPARATING STREAMFLOW INTO GROUNDWATER, SOLUM AND UPWELLING FLOW AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR HYDROCHEMICAL MODELING

      Journal of hydrology
    72. LECCE SA
      FLOW SEPARATION AND DIURNAL VARIABILITY IN THE HYDROLOGY OF CONNESS GLACIER, SIERRA-NEVADA, CALIFORNIA, USA

      Journal of Glaciology


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