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Time-Varying Storage-Water Age Relationships in a Catchment With a Mediterranean Climate
(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 ...
Temporal dynamics of catchment transit times from stable isotope data
(Amer Geophysical Union, 2015-06-01)
Stream Runoff and Nitrate Recovery Times After Forest Disturbance in the USA and Japan
(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 ...
Organizing groundwater regimes and response thresholds by soils: A framework for understanding runoff generation in a headwater catchment
(Amer Geophysical Union, 2014-11-01)
A network of shallow groundwater wells in a headwater catchment at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest in New Hampshire, U.S. was used to investigate the hydrologic behavior of five distinct soil morphological units. The ...
Threshold changes in storm runoff generation at a till-mantled headwater catchment
(Amer Geophysical Union, 2010-07-20)
Flushing of distal hillslopes as an alternative source of stream dissolved organic carbon in a headwater catchment
(Amer Geophysical Union, 2015-10-01)
We investigated potential source areas of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in headwater streams by examining DOC concentrations in lysimeter, shallow well, and stream water samples from a reference catchment at the Hubbard ...
Linking water age and solute dynamics in streamflow at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, NH, USA
(Amer Geophysical Union, 2015-11-01)
Use of color maps and wavelet coherence to discern seasonal and interannual climate influences on streamflow variability in northern catchments
(Amer Geophysical Union, 2013-10-01)
The higher midlatitudes of the northern hemisphere are particularly sensitive to change due to the important role the 0 degree C isotherm plays in the phase of precipitation and intermediate storage as snow. An international ...
Hydrological connectivity of hillslopes and streams: Characteristic time scales and nonlinearities
(Amer Geophysical Union, 2010-10-30)