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    1. Richards, RP; Baker, DB; Kramer, JW; Ewing, DE; Merryfield, BJ; Miller, NL
      Storm discharge, loads, and average concentrations in northwest Ohio rivers, 1975-1995

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    2. Mazer, G; Booth, D; Ewing, K
      Limitations to vegetation establishment and growth in biofiltration swales

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    3. Rose, S; Peters, NE
      Effects of urbanization on streamflow in the Atlanta area (Georgia, USA): a comparative hydrological approach

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

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    5. Peters, NE; Donohue, R
      Nutrient transport to the Swan-Canning Estuary, Western Australia

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    6. Uchida, T; Kosugi, K; Mizuyama, T
      Effects of pipeflow on hydrological process and its relation to landslide:a review of pipeflow studies in forested headwater catchments

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    7. Sidle, RC; Noguchi, S; Tsuboyama, Y; Laursen, K
      A conceptual model of preferential flow systems in forested hillslopes: evidence of self-organization

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    8. Buffam, I; Galloway, JN; Blum, LK; McGlathery, KJ
      A stormflow/baseflow comparison of dissolved organic matter concentrationsand bioavailability in an Appalachian stream

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    9. Herron, N; Wilson, C
      A water balance approach to assessing the hydrologic buffering potential of an alluvial fan

      WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH
    10. Gromaire, MC; Garnaud, S; Saad, M; Chebbo, G
      Contribution of different sources to the pollution of wet weather flows incombined sewers

      WATER RESEARCH
    11. 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
    12. Koivusalo, H; Karvonen, T; Lepisto, A
      A quasi-three-dimensional model for predicting rainfall-runoff processes in a forested catchment in Southern Finland

      HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES
    13. Yu, Z
      Assessing the response of subgrid hydrologic processes to atmospheric forcing with a hydrologic model system

      GLOBAL AND PLANETARY CHANGE
    14. 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
    15. Hoeg, S; Uhlenbrook, S; Leibundgut, C
      Hydrograph separation in a mountainous catchment - combining hydrochemicaland isotopic tracers

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    16. Dykes, AP; Thornes, JB
      Hillslope hydrology in tropical rainforest steeplands in Brunei

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

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    18. 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
    19. Smith, JA; Sievers, M; Huang, S; Yu, SL
      Occurrence and phase distribution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in urban storm-water runoff

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    20. Lerberg, SB; Holland, AF; Sanger, DM
      Responses of tidal creek macrobenthic communities to the effects of watershed development

      ESTUARIES
    21. Haygarth, PM; Heathwaite, AL; Jarvis, SC; Harrod, TR
      Hydrological factors for phosphorus transfer from agricultural soils

      ADVANCES IN AGRONOMY, VOL 69
    22. Caldwell, CA; Canavan, CM; Bloom, NS
      Potential effects of forest fire and storm flow on total mercury and methylmercury in sediments of an arid-lands reservoir

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    23. Loukas, A; Dalezios, NR
      Response time of forested mountainous watersheds in humid regions

      NORDIC HYDROLOGY
    24. Putty, MRY; Prasad, R
      Runoff processes in headwater catchments - an experimental study in Western Ghats, South India

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    25. Silveira, CS; Netto, ALC
      Hydrogeochemical responses to rainfall inputs in a small rainforest basin:Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

      PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF THE EARTH PART A-SOLID EARTH AND GEODESY
    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. Kratzer, CR
      Transport of diazinon in the San Joaquin River Basin, California

      Journal of the american water resources association
    28. Crayosky, TW; DeWalle, DR; Seybert, TA; Johnson, TE
      Channel precipitation dynamics in a forested Pennsylvania headwater catchment (USA)

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    29. Kobayashi, D; Ishii, Y; Kodama, Y
      Stream temperature, specific conductance and runoff process in mountain watersheds

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    30. Deletic, A
      Sediment behaviour in grass filter strips

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    31. Merot, P
      The influence of hedgerow systems on the hydrology of agricultural catchments in a temperate climate

      AGRONOMIE
    32. Fairchild, IJ; Killawee, JA; Sharp, MJ; Spiro, B; Hubbard, B; Lorrain, RD; Tison, JL
      Solute generation and transfer from a chemically reactive alpine glacial-proglacial system

      EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS
    33. Pacini, N; Gachter, R
      Speciation of riverine particulate phosphorus during rain events

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    34. McGlynn, BL; McDonnell, JJ; Shanley, JB; Kendall, C
      Riparian zone flowpath dynamics during snowmelt in a small headwater catchment

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    35. Kendall, KA; Shanley, JB; McDonnell, JJ
      A hydrometric and geochemical approach to test the transmissivity feedbackhypothesis during snowmelt

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    36. Frederickson, GC; Criss, RE
      Isotope hydrology and residence times of the unimpounded Meramec River Basin, Missouri

      CHEMICAL GEOLOGY
    37. Kim, S; Delleur, JW; Mitchell, JK; Engel, BE; Walker, SE
      Simulation of runoff in agricultural watersheds with tile drains using an extended TOPMODEL

      TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASAE
    38. BONELL M
      SELECTED CHALLENGES IN RUNOFF GENERATION RESEARCH IN FORESTS FROM THEHILLSLOPE TO HEADWATER DRAINAGE-BASIN SCALE

      Journal of the american water resources association
    39. Quinn, PF; Ostendorf, B; Beven, K; Tenhunen, J
      Spatial and temporal predictions of soil moisture patterns and evaporativelosses using TOPMODEL and the GAS-FLUX model for an Alaskan catchment

      HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES
    40. 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
    41. HINTON MJ; SCHIFF SL; ENGLISH MC
      SOURCES AND FLOWPATHS OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC-CARBON DURING STORMS IN 2 FORESTED WATERSHEDS OF THE PRECAMBRIAN SHIELD

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

      Environmental monitoring and assessment
    43. Tsujimura, M; Tanaka, T; Onda, Y
      Effect of subsurface flow on the isotopic composition of soil water in headwater basins

      HYDROLOGY, WATER RESOURCES AND ECOLOGY IN HEADWATERS
    44. PETERS NE; RATCLIFFE EB
      TRACING HYDROLOGIC PATHWAYS USING CHLORIDE AT THE PANOLA MOUNTAIN RESEARCH WATERSHED, GEORGIA, USA

      Water, air and soil pollution
    45. MARCO JB; VALDES JB
      PARTIAL AREA COVERAGE DISTRIBUTION FOR FLOOD FREQUENCY-ANALYSIS IN ARID REGIONS

      Water resources research
    46. RICE KC; HORNBERGER GM
      COMPARISON OF HYDROCHEMICAL TRACERS TO ESTIMATE SOURCE CONTRIBUTIONS TO PEAK FLOW IN A SMALL, FORESTED, HEADWATER CATCHMENT

      Water resources research
    47. GENEREUX D
      QUANTIFYING UNCERTAINTY IN TRACER-BASED HYDROGRAPH SEPARATIONS

      Water resources research
    48. EVANS C; DAVIES TD
      CAUSES OF CONCENTRATION DISCHARGE HYSTERESIS AND ITS POTENTIAL AS A TOOL FOR ANALYSIS OF EPISODE HYDROCHEMISTRY/

      Water resources research
    49. DELETIC A
      THE FIRST FLUSH LOAD OF URBAN SURFACE RUNOFF

      Water research (Oxford)
    50. CEY EE; RUDOLPH DL; PARKIN GW; ARAVENA R
      QUANTIFYING GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE TO A SMALL PERENNIAL STREAM IN SOUTHERN ONTARIO, CANADA

      Journal of hydrology
    51. MCDONNELL JJ; BUTTLE JM
      COMMENT ON A DETERMINISTIC-EMPIRICAL MODEL OF THE EFFECT OF THE CAPILLARY-FRINGE ON NEAR-STREAM AREA RUNOFF - 1 - DESCRIPTION OF THE MODEL BY JAYATILAKA,C.J. AND GILLHAM,R.W. (JOURNAL-OF-HYDROLOGY VOL. 184 (1996) 299-315)

      Journal of hydrology
    52. GILLHAM RW; JAYATILAKA CJ
      RESPONSE TO COMMENT BY MCDONNELL,JEFFREY,J. AND BUTTLE,JAMES,M. ON A DETERMINISTIC-EMPIRICAL MODEL OF THE EFFECT OF THE CAPILLARY-FRINGE ONNEAR-STREAM AREA RUNOFF - 1 - DESCRIPTION OF THE MODEL (JOURNAL-OF-HYDROLOGY VOL. 184 (1996) 299-315)

      Journal of hydrology
    53. BURNS DA; MCDONNELL JJ
      EFFECTS OF A BEAVER POND ON RUNOFF PROCESSES - COMPARISON OF 2 HEADWATER CATCHMENTS

      Journal of hydrology
    54. HERRON NF; HAIRSINE PB
      A SCHEME FOR EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF RIPARIAN ZONES IN REDUCING OVERLAND-FLOW TO STREAMS

      Australian Journal of Soil Research
    55. SMITH DG; DAVIESCOLLEY RJ; KNOEF J; SLOT GWJ
      OPTICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF NEW-ZEALAND RIVERS IN RELATION TO FLOW

      Journal of the american water resources association
    56. SEIBERT J; BISHOP KH; NYBERG L
      A TEST OF TOPMODELS ABILITY TO PREDICT SPATIALLY DISTRIBUTED GROUNDWATER LEVELS

      Hydrological processes
    57. MOLICOVA H; GRIMALDI M; BONELL M; HUBERT P
      USING TOPMODEL TOWARDS IDENTIFYING AND MODELING THE HYDROLOGICAL PATTERNS WITHIN A HEADWATER, HUMID, TROPICAL CATCHMENT

      Hydrological processes
    58. COLES NA; SIVAPALAN M; LARSEN JE; LINNET PE; FAHRNER CK
      MODELING RUNOFF GENERATION ON SMALL AGRICULTURAL CATCHMENTS - CAN REAL-WORLD RUNOFF RESPONSES BE CAPTURED

      Hydrological processes
    59. MYRABO S
      TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL SCALE OF RESPONSE AREA AND GROUNDWATER VARIATIONIN TILL

      Hydrological processes
    60. WADA Y; MIURA H; TADA R; KODAKA Y
      EVALUATION OF AN IMPROVEMENT IN RUNOFF CONTROL BY MEANS OF A CONSTRUCTION OF AN INFILTRATION SEWER PIPE UNDER A POROUS ASPHALT PAVEMENT

      Water science and technology
    61. BUTLER D; PARKINSON J
      TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE URBAN DRAINAGE

      Water science and technology
    62. HINTON MJ; SCHIFF SL; ENGLISH MC
      THE SIGNIFICANCE OF STORMS FOR THE CONCENTRATION AND EXPORT OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC-CARBON FROM 2 PRECAMBRIAN SHIELD CATCHMENTS

      Biogeochemistry
    63. CHURCH MR
      HYDROCHEMISTRY OF FORESTED CATCHMENTS

      Annual review of earth and planetary sciences
    64. NG HYF; CLEGG SB
      ATRAZINE AND METOLACHLOR LOSSES IN RUNOFF EVENTS FROM AN AGRICULTURALWATERSHED - THE IMPORTANCE OF RUNOFF COMPONENTS

      Science of the total environment
    65. MCNAMARA JP; KANE DL; HINZMAN LD
      HYDROGRAPH SEPARATIONS IN AN ARCTIC WATERSHED USING MIXING MODEL AND GRAPHICAL TECHNIQUES

      Water resources research
    66. ANDERSON SP; DIETRICH WE; MONTGOMERY DR; TORRES R; CONRAD ME; LOAGUE K
      SUBSURFACE FLOW PATHS IN A STEEP, UNCHANNELED CATCHMENT

      Water resources research
    67. MONTGOMERY DR; DIETRICH WE; TORRES R; ANDERSON SP; HEFFNER JT; LOAGUE K
      HYDROLOGIC RESPONSE OF A STEEP, UNCHANNELED VALLEY TO NATURAL AND APPLIED RAINFALL

      Water resources research
    68. ANDERSON SP; DIETRICH WE; TORRES R; MONTGOMERY DR; LOAGUE K
      CONCENTRATION-DISCHARGE RELATIONSHIPS IN RUNOFF FROM A STEEP, UNCHANNELED CATCHMENT

      Water resources research
    69. TAHA A; GRESILLON JM; CLOTHIER BE
      MODELING THE LINK BETWEEN HILLSLOPE WATER-MOVEMENT AND STREAM-FLOW - APPLICATION TO A SMALL MEDITERRANEAN FOREST WATERSHED

      Journal of hydrology
    70. LAUDON H; SLAYMAKER O
      HYDROGRAPH SEPARATION USING STABLE ISOTOPES, SILICA AND ELECTRICAL-CONDUCTIVITY - AN ALPINE EXAMPLE

      Journal of hydrology
    71. SURESH IV; WANGANEO A; MURTHY MVRL; SANGHI SK; YADAVA RN
      IMPACT OF STORM WATER RUNOFF ON EFFICIENCY OF THE EFFLUENT TREATMENT-PLANT - A CASE-STUDY

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part A: Environmental science and engineering
    72. SKLASH MG; BEVEN KJ; GILMAN K; DARLING WG
      ISOTOPE STUDIES OF PIPEFLOW AT PLYNLIMON, WALES, UK

      Hydrological processes
    73. HUEBNER M; GEIGER WF
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PERFORMANCE OF AN OFF-LINE STORAGE TANK

      Water science and technology
    74. TOMANOVIC A; MAKSIMOVIC C
      IMPROVED MODELING OF SUSPENDED-SOLIDS DISCHARGE FROM ASPHALT SURFACE DURING STORM EVENT

      Water science and technology
    75. LOUKAS A; QUICK MC
      PHYSICALLY-BASED ESTIMATION OF LAG TIME FOR FORESTED MOUNTAINOUS WATERSHEDS

      Hydrological sciences journal
    76. JONES JA; GRANT GE
      PEAK FLOW RESPONSES TO CLEAR-CUTTING AND ROADS IN SMALL AND LARGE BASINS, WESTERN CASCADES, OREGON

      Water resources research
    77. RIBOLZI O; VALLES V; BARIAC T
      COMPARISON OF HYDROGRAPH DECONVOLUTIONS USING RESIDUAL ALKALINITY, CHLORIDE, AND OXYGEN-18 AS HYDROCHEMICAL TRACERS

      Water resources research
    78. JAYATILAKA CJ; GILLHAM RW
      A DETERMINISTIC-EMPIRICAL MODEL OF THE EFFECT OF THE CAPILLARY-FRINGEON NEAR-STREAM AREA RUNOFF .1. DESCRIPTION OF THE MODEL

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

      Journal of hydrology
    80. GYASIAGYEI Y; DETROCH FP; TROCH PA
      A DYNAMIC HILLSLOPE RESPONSE MODEL IN A GEOMORPHOLOGY BASED RAINFALL-RUNOFF MODEL

      Journal of hydrology
    81. CAISSIE D; POLLOCK TL; CUNJAK RA
      VARIATION IN STREAM WATER CHEMISTRY AND HYDROGRAPH SEPARATION IN A SMALL DRAINAGE-BASIN

      Journal of hydrology
    82. SHAH SMS; OCONNELL PE; HOSKING JRM
      MODELING THE EFFECTS OF SPATIAL VARIABILITY IN RAINFALL ON CATCHMENT RESPONSE .2. EXPERIMENTS WITH DISTRIBUTED AND LUMPED MODELS

      Journal of hydrology
    83. HILL AR; BROOKS AM
      COARSE PARTICULATE ORGANIC-MATTER INPUTS TO A HEADWATER SWAMP STREAM

      Archiv fur Hydrobiologie
    84. 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
    85. HUBNER M; GEIGER WF
      REVIEW OF HYDRODYNAMIC SEPARATOR-REGULATOR EFFICIENCIES FOR PRACTICALAPPLICATION

      Water science and technology
    86. BUZEK F; HRUSKA J; KRAM P
      3-COMPONENT MODEL OF RUNOFF GENERATION, LYSINA CATCHMENT, CZECH-REPUBLIC

      Water, air and soil pollution
    87. TURTON DJ; BARNES DR; NAVAR JD
      OLD AND NEW WATER IN SUBSURFACE FLOW FROM A FOREST SOIL BLOCK

      Journal of environmental quality
    88. PETERS DL; BUTTLE JM; TAYLOR CH; LAZERTE BD
      RUNOFF PRODUCTION IN A FORESTED, SHALLOW SOIL, CANADIAN SHIELD BASIN

      Water resources research
    89. HARRIS DM; MCDONNELL JJ; RODHE A
      HYDROGRAPH SEPARATION USING CONTINUOUS OPEN SYSTEM ISOTOPE MIXING

      Water resources research
    90. SIDLE RC; TSUBOYAMA Y; NOGUCHI S; HOSODA I; FUJIEDA M; SHIMIZU T
      SEASONAL HYDROLOGIC RESPONSE AT VARIOUS SPATIAL SCALES IN A SMALL FORESTED CATCHMENT, HITACHI-OHTA, JAPAN

      Journal of hydrology
    91. PIERSON DC; TAYLOR CH
      THE ROLE OF SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE RUNOFF PROCESSES IN CONTROLLING CATION EXPORT FROM A WETLAND WATERSHED

      Aquatic sciences
    92. MIDGLEY JJ; SCOTT DF
      THE USE OF STABLE ISOTOPES OF WATER (D AND O-18) IN HYDROLOGICAL STUDIES IN THE JONKERSHOEK VALLEY

      Water S.A.
    93. BUTTLE JM
      ISOTOPE HYDROGRAPH SEPARATIONS AND RAPID DELIVERY OF PRE-EVENT WATER FROM DRAINAGE BASINS

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

      Journal of hydrology
    95. IORGULESCU I; JORDAN JP
      VALIDATION OF TOPMODEL ON A SMALL SWISS CATCHMENT

      Journal of hydrology
    96. CALVER A; CAMMERAAT LH
      TESTING A PHYSICALLY-BASED RUNOFF MODEL AGAINST FIELD OBSERVATIONS ONA LUXEMBOURG HILLSLOPE

      Catena
    97. WALKER JF; GRACZYK DJ
      PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF EFFECTS OF BEST MANAGEMENT-PRACTICES IN THEBLACK EARTH CREEK, WISCONSIN, PRIORITY WATERSHED

      Water science and technology
    98. WEYAND M
      REAL-TIME CONTROL WITHIN A COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM - COMPARISON OF PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL RESULTS

      Water science and technology
    99. GEORGE RJ; CONACHER AJ
      MECHANISMS RESPONSIBLE FOR STREAMFLOW GENERATION ON A SMALL, SALT-AFFECTED AND DEEPLY WEATHERED HILLSLOPE

      Earth surface processes and landforms
    100. HILL AR
      NITROGEN DYNAMICS OF STORM RUNOFF IN THE RIPARIAN ZONE OF A FORESTED WATERSHED

      Biogeochemistry


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