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Poor, C.J. (author), McDonnell, J.J. (author), Bolte, J. (author)
Elevated nitrate concentrations in streamwater are a major environmental management problem. While land use exerts a large control on stream nitrate, hydrology often plays an equally important role. To date, predictions of low-flow nitrate in ungauged watersheds have been poor because of the difficulty in describing the uniqueness of watershed...
journal article 2008
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Fenicia, F. (author), McDonnell, J.J. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
A priori determined model structures are common in catchment rainfall-runoff modeling. While this has resulted in many ready-to-use modeling tools, there are several shortcomings of a one-size-fits-all model structure. The uniqueness of catchments with respect to their hydrological behavior and the need to adapt model complexity to data...
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Tromp-van Meerveld, H.J. (author), James, A.L. (author), McDonnell, J.J. (author), Peters, N.E. (author)
Although many hillslope hydrologic investigations have been conducted in different climate, topographic, and geologic settings, subsurface stormflow remains a poorly characterized runoff process. Few, if any, of the existing data sets from these hillslope investigations are available for use by the scientific community for model development and...
journal article 2008
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McDonnell, J.J. (author), Sivapalan, M. (author), Vaché, K. (author), Dunn, S. (author), Grant, G. (author), Haggerty, R. (author), Hinz, C. (author), Hooper, R. (author), Kirchner, J. (author), Roderick, M.L. (author), Selker, J. (author), Weiler, M. (author)
Field studies in watershed hydrology continue to characterize and catalogue the enormous heterogeneity and complexity of rainfall runoff processes in more and more watersheds, in different hydroclimatic regimes, and at different scales. Nevertheless, the ability to generalize these findings to ungauged regions remains out of reach. In spite of...
journal article 2007
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Lehmann, P. (author), Hinz, C. (author), McGrath, G. (author), Tromp-van Meerveld, H.J. (author), McDonnell, J.J. (author)
journal article 2007
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Dunn, S.M. (author), McDonnell, J.J. (author), Vaché, K.B. (author)
Estimates of mean residence time (MRT) are increasingly used as simple summary descriptors of the hydrological processes involving storage and mixing of water within catchment systems. Current understanding of the physical controls on MRT remains limited, and various hypotheses have been proposed to explain its variability between catchments. We...
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