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    1. Jensen, ME; Goodman, IA; Bourgeron, PS; Poff, NL; Brewer, CK
      Effectiveness of biophysical criteria in the hierarchical classification of drainage basins

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    2. Zampella, RA; Dow, CL; Bunnell, JF
      Using reference sites and simple linear regression to estimate long-term water levels in coastal plain forests

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    3. Savery, TS; Belt, GH; Higgins, DA
      Evaluation of the Rosgen Stream Classification System in Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, Wisconsin

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    4. Isaak, DJ; Hubert, WA
      A hypothesis about factors that affect maximum summer stream temperatures across montane landscapes

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    5. Newson, M; Baker, A; Mounsey, S
      The potential role of freshwater luminescence measurements in exploring runoff pathways in upland catchments

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

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    7. Bent, GC
      Effects of forest-management activities on runoff components and ground-water recharge to Quabbin Reservoir, central Massachusetts

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    8. Fontaine, TA; Klassen, JF; Cruickshank, TS; Hotchkiss, RH
      Hydrological response to climate change in the Black Hills of South Dakota, USA

      HYDROLOGICAL SCIENCES JOURNAL-JOURNAL DES SCIENCES HYDROLOGIQUES
    9. Cornish, PM; Vertessy, RA
      Forest age-induced changes in evapotranspiration and water yield in a eucalypt forest

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    10. Brandes, D; Wilcox, BP
      Evapotranspiration and soil moisture dynamics on a semiarid ponderosa pinehillslope

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    11. Bacchus, ST
      Uncalculated impacts of unsustainable aquifer yield including evidence of subsurface interbasin flow

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    12. Sun, G; Amatya, DM; McNulty, SG; Skaggs, RW; Hughes, JH
      Climate change impacts on the hydrology and productivity of a pine plantation

      Journal of the american water resources association
    13. Buttle, JM; Creed, IF; Pomeroy, JW
      Advances in Canadian forest hydrology, 1995-1998

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    14. Parviainen, J; Pomeroy, JW
      Multiple-scale modelling of forest snow sublimation: initial findings

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    15. Faria, DA; Pomeroy, JW; Essery, RLH
      Effect of covariance between ablation and snow water equivalent on depletion of snow-covered area in a forest

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    16. Elsenbeer, H; Vertessy, RA
      Stormflow generation and flowpath characteristics in an Amazonian rainforest catchment

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    17. Hutchinson, DG; Moore, RD
      Throughflow variability on a forested hillslope underlain by compacted glacial till

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    18. Sun, G; Riekerk, H; Kornhak, LV
      Ground-water-table rise after forest harvesting on cypress-pine flatwoods in Florida

      WETLANDS
    19. Lewis, D; Singer, MJ; Tate, KW
      Applicability of SCS curve number method for a California Oak woodlands watershed

      JOURNAL OF SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION
    20. Lewis, D; Singer, MJ; Dahlgren, RA; Tate, KW
      Hydrology in a California oak woodland watershed: a 17-year study

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    21. Aboal, JR; Jimenez, MS; Morales, D; Gil, P
      Effects of thinning on throughfall in Canary Islands pine forest - the role of fog

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    22. Spittlehouse, DL
      Using time domain reflectometry in stony forest soil

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF SOIL SCIENCE
    23. Rice, RM
      Erosion on logging roads in Redwood Creek, northwestern California

      Journal of the american water resources association
    24. Aboal, JR; Morales, D; Hernandez, M; Jimenez, MS
      The measurement and modelling of the variation of stemflow in a laurel forest in Tenerife, Canary Islands

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    25. BLACK PE
      RESEARCH ISSUES IN FOREST HYDROLOGY

      Journal of the american water resources association
    26. BESCHTA RL
      FOREST HYDROLOGY IN THE PACIFIC-NORTHWEST - ADDITIONAL RESEARCH NEEDS

      Journal of the american water resources association
    27. KITE G
      INTEGRATION OF FOREST ECOSYSTEM AND CLIMATIC MODELS WITH A HYDROLOGICMODEL

      Journal of the american water resources association
    28. SWANSON RH
      FOREST HYDROLOGY ISSUES FOR THE 21ST-CENTURY - A CONSULTANTS VIEWPOINT

      Journal of the american water resources association
    29. TOLLAND L; CATHCART JG; RUSSELL SOD
      ESTIMATING THE Q100 IN BRITISH-COLUMBIA - A PRACTICAL PROBLEM IN FOREST HYDROLOGY

      Journal of the american water resources association
    30. PEARCE AJ
      PERSPECTIVES ON ENVIRONMENTAL-RESEARCH AND ITS MANAGEMENT - EXAMPLES FROM FOREST HYDROLOGY

      Journal of the american water resources association
    31. BAKER VR
      HYDROLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING AND SOCIETAL ACTION

      Journal of the american water resources association
    32. SUN G; RIEKERK H; COMERFORD NB
      MODELING THE FOREST HYDROLOGY OF WETLAND-UPLAND ECOSYSTEMS IN FLORIDA

      Journal of the american water resources association
    33. SUN G; RIEKERK H; COMERFORD NB
      MODELING THE HYDROLOGIC IMPACTS OF FOREST HARVESTING ON FLORIDA FLATWOODS

      Journal of the american water resources association
    34. ARTHUR MA; COLTHARP GB; BROWN DL
      EFFECTS OF BEST MANAGEMENT-PRACTICES ON FOREST STREAMWATER QUALITY INEASTERN KENTUCKY

      Journal of the american water resources association
    35. MITCHELL KM; DEWALLE DR
      APPLICATION OF THE SNOWMELT RUNOFF MODEL USING MULTIPLE-PARAMETER LANDSCAPE ZONES ON THE TOWANDA CREEK BASIN, PENNSYLVANIA

      Journal of the american water resources association
    36. WATSON FGR; GRAYSON RB; VERTESSY RA; MCMAHON TA
      LARGE-SCALE DISTRIBUTION MODELING AND THE UTILITY OF DETAILED GROUND DATA

      Hydrological processes
    37. MILLER DJ; SIAS J
      DECIPHERING LARGE LANDSLIDES - LINKING HYDROLOGICAL, GROUNDWATER AND SLOPE STABILITY MODELS THROUGH GIS

      Hydrological processes
    38. WULLSCHLEGER SD; MEINZER FC; VERTESSY RA
      A REVIEW OF WHOLE-PLANT WATER-USE STUDIES IN TREES

      Tree physiology
    39. BURTON TA
      EFFECTS OF BASIN-SCALE TIMBER HARVEST ON WATER YIELD AND PEAK STREAMFLOW

      Journal of the american water resources association
    40. COLLINS BD; PESS GR
      EVALUATION OF FOREST PRACTICES PRESCRIPTIONS FROM WASHINGTON WATERSHED ANALYSIS PROGRAM

      Journal of the american water resources association
    41. MCNULTY SG; VOSE JM; SWANK WT
      REGIONAL HYDROLOGIC RESPONSE OF LOBLOLLY-PINE TO AIR-TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION CHANGES

      Journal of the american water resources association
    42. EDMONDS RL; BLEW RD
      TRENDS IN PRECIPITATION AND STREAM CHEMISTRY IN A PRISTINE OLD-GROWTHFOREST WATERSHED, OLYMPIC NATIONAL-PARK, WASHINGTON

      Journal of the american water resources association
    43. POOLE GC; FRISSELL CA; RALPH SC
      IN-STREAM HABITAT UNIT CLASSIFICATION - INADEQUACIES FOR MONITORING AND SOME CONSEQUENCES FOR MANAGEMENT

      Journal of the american water resources association
    44. 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
    45. DEWALLE DR; EDWARDS PJ; SWISTOCK BR; ARAVENA R; DRIMMIE RJ
      SEASONAL ISOTOPE HYDROLOGY OF 3 APPALACHIAN FOREST CATCHMENTS

      Hydrological processes
    46. FAHEY B; JACKSON R
      HYDROLOGICAL IMPACTS OF CONVERTING NATIVE FORESTS AND GRASSLANDS TO PINE PLANTATIONS, SOUTH-ISLAND, NEW-ZEALAND

      Agricultural and forest meteorology
    47. HORNBECK JW; SMITH RB
      A WATER-RESOURCES DECISION-MODEL FOR FOREST MANAGERS

      Agricultural and forest meteorology
    48. WEMPLE BC; JONES JA; GRANT GE
      CHANNEL NETWORK EXTENSION BY LOGGING ROADS IN 2 BASINS, WESTERN CASCADES, OREGON

      Water resources bulletin
    49. GARCIAMARTINO AR; SCATENA FN; WARNER GS; CIVCO DL
      STATISTICAL LOW-FLOW ESTIMATION USING GIS ANALYSIS IN HUMID MONTANE REGIONS IN PUERTO-RICO

      Water resources bulletin
    50. STEGMAN SV
      SNOWPACK CHANGES RESULTING FROM TIMBER HARVEST - INTERCEPTION, REDISTRIBUTION, AND EVAPORATION

      Water resources bulletin
    51. EWING R
      POSTFIRE SUSPENDED SEDIMENT FROM YELLOWSTONE-NATIONAL-PARK, WYOMING

      Water resources bulletin
    52. MEGAHAN WF; KETCHESON GL
      PREDICTING DOWNSLOPE TRAVEL OF GRANITIC SEDIMENTS FROM FOREST ROADS IN IDAHO

      Water resources bulletin
    53. HALLISEY JE; BELT GH
      RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PARTICLE MOVEMENT AND CHANNEL MORPHOLOGY IN SOME NORTHERN IDAHO STREAMS

      Water resources bulletin
    54. WANG YH; LIU YM
      HYDROLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF A MOSO-BAMBOO (PHYLLOSTACHYS PUBESCENS) FOREST IN SOUTH CHINA

      Hydrological processes
    55. MENG FR; BOURQUE CPA; JEWETT K; DAUGHARTY D; ARP PA
      THE NASHWAAK-EXPERIMENTAL-WATERSHED-PROJECT - ANALYZING EFFECTS OF CLEARCUTTING ON SOIL-TEMPERATURE, SOIL-MOISTURE, SNOWPACK, SNOWMELT AND STREAM-FLOW

      Water, air and soil pollution
    56. DUBICKI A
      CHANGES IN CATCHMENT DISCHARGE ASSOCIATED WITH FOREST DIEBACK IN REGIONS OF POLAND AFFECTED BY LONG-RANGE TRANSPORTED AIR-POLLUTANTS

      Ecological engineering
    57. DOSE JJ; ROPER BB
      LONG-TERM CHANGES IN LOW-FLOW CHANNEL WIDTHS WITHIN THE SOUTH UMPQUA WATERSHED, OREGON

      Water resources bulletin
    58. HUSTON MA; FONTAINE TA
      PREDICTING TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL FLOOD DYNAMICS USING A PRECALIBRATED MODEL

      Water resources bulletin
    59. DAVIS EA
      CHAPARRAL CONTROL IN MOSAIC PATTERN INCREASED STREAMFLOW AND MITIGATED NITRATE LOSS IN ARIZONA

      Water resources bulletin


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