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    • Effects of Large Wood on Floodplain Connectivity in a Headwater Mid-Atlantic Stream 

      Keys, T.; Governer, H.; Jones, C.; Hession, W. Cully; Hester, E.; Scott, D. T.
      Large wood (LW) plays an essential role in aquatic ecosystem health and function. Traditionally, LW has been removed from streams to minimize localized flooding and increase conveyance efficiency. More recently, LW is often ...
    • Stream Runoff and Nitrate Recovery Times After Forest Disturbance in the USA and Japan 

      Oda, Tomoki; Green, Mark B.; Urakawa, Rieko; Scanlon, Todd M.; Sebestyen, Stephen D.; McGuire, Kevin J.; Katsuyama, Masanori; Fukuzawa, Karibu; Adams, Mary B.; Ohte, Nobuhito (American Geophysical Union, 2018-09-01)
      To understand mechanisms of long-term hydrological and biogeochemical recovery after forest disturbance, it is important to evaluate recovery times (i.e., time scales associated with the return to baseline or predisturbance ...
    • Time-Varying Storage-Water Age Relationships in a Catchment With a Mediterranean Climate 

      Rodriguez, Nicolas B.; McGuire, Kevin J.; Klaus, Julian (American Geophysical Union, 2018-06-01)
      Recent studies on the relationships between catchment storage and water ages using Travel Time Distributions (TTDs), Residence Time Distributions (RTDs), and StorAge Selection (SAS) functions have led to the hypothesis ...