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Water Resources Research, ISSN 0043-1397, 12/2013, Volume 49, Issue 12, pp. 8605 - 8615
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Geoscientific Model Development Discussions, ISSN 1991-962X, 06/2018, pp. 1 - 50
Abstract. A weather generator is introduced that has a Bartlett−Lewis rainfall generator in which storms with exponentially distributed time intervals between... 
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Sensors (Basel, Switzerland), ISSN 1424-8220, 11/2019, Volume 19, Issue 23, p. 5073
Due to the current extent of arid regions, the pressure on available water resources is increasing. A suitable measure for water availability and dynamics in... 
tubular form factor | relative humidity | sensor | vapor-selective membrane | water vapor pressure | representative measurement | heterogeneous systems
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Water Resources Research, ISSN 0043-1397, 12/2013, Volume 49, Issue 12, pp. 8605 - 8615
An analytical treatment of aquifer flow is presented to establish a link between runoff models and aquifer properties. Recently developed one‐dimensional... 
groundwater flow | catchment hydrology | runoff modeling | analytical solutions | OUTFLOW | WATER RESOURCES | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | BASEFLOW SEPARATION | LIMNOLOGY | FLUXES | RECESSION ANALYSIS | GROUNDWATER | WATER | Ordinary differential equations | Models | Groundwater | Surface water | Aquifers
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Biogeosciences Discussions, ISSN 1810-6285, 05/2019, pp. 1 - 30
Abstract. Increasing dissolved organic carbon (DOC) exports from headwater catchments impact the quality of downstream waters and pose challenges to water... 
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Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions, ISSN 1812-2116, 04/2016, pp. 1 - 63
Of the many parametric expressions for the soil water retention curve, only a few are suitable for the dry 15 range. Furthermore, expressions for the soil... 
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Environmental Science and Technology, ISSN 0013-936X, 2010, Volume 44, p. 6305
For the evaluation of action programs to reduce surface water pollution, water authorities invest heavily in water quality monitoring. However, sampling... 
Naturvetenskap | Oceanografi, hydrologi och vattenresurser | Natural Sciences | Earth and Related Environmental Sciences | Oceanography, Hydrology and Water Resources | Geovetenskap och miljövetenskap
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BIOGEOSCIENCES, ISSN 1726-4170, 11/2019, Volume 16, Issue 22, pp. 4497 - 4516
Increasing dissolved organic carbon (DOC) concentrations and exports from headwater catchments impact the quality of downstream waters and pose challenges to... 
LINKING | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | FORESTED CATCHMENT | RUNOFF GENERATION | MATTER QUALITY | BOREAL FOREST | STREAM | DYNAMICS | DOC | ECOLOGY | RIVER | WATER-TREATMENT
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Hydrological Processes, ISSN 0885-6087, 02/2016, Volume 30, Issue 5, pp. 771 - 782
Groundwater is the principal water resource in semi‐arid and arid environments. Therefore, quantitative estimates of its replenishment rate are important for... 
hydrological modelling | groundwater recharge | arid | time‐lapse camera | karst | evaporation | Hydrological modelling | Arid | Groundwater recharge | Karst | Evaporation | Time-lapse camera | ALBEDO | AUSTRALIA | WATER RESOURCES | time-lapse camera | AQUIFERS | DIFFUSE | SOIL | CHLORIDE | Water balance (Hydrology) | Analysis | Water, Underground | Models | Precipitation (Meteorology) | Sinkholes | Aquifers | Groundwater | Outcrops | Rainfall | Recharging | Monitoring | Drying
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by Blöschl, Günter and Bierkens, Marc F.P and Chambel, Antonio and Cudennec, Christophe and Destouni, Georgia and Fiori, Aldo and Kirchner, James W and McDonnell, Jeffrey J and Savenije, Hubert H.G and Sivapalan, Murugesu and Stumpp, Christine and Toth, Elena and Volpi, Elena and Carr, Gemma and Lupton, Claire and Salinas, Josè and Széles, Borbála and Viglione, Alberto and Aksoy, Hafzullah and Allen, Scott T and Amin, Anam and Andréassian, Vazken and Arheimer, Berit and Aryal, Santosh K and Baker, Victor and Bardsley, Earl and Barendrecht, Marlies H and Bartosova, Alena and Batelaan, Okke and Berghuijs, Wouter R and Beven, Keith and Blume, Theresa and Bogaard, Thom and Borges de Amorim, Pablo and Böttcher, Michael E and Boulet, Gilles and Breinl, Korbinian and Brilly, Mitja and Brocca, Luca and Buytaert, Wouter and Castellarin, Attilio and Castelletti, Andrea and Chen, Xiaohong and Chen, Yangbo and Chen, Yuanfang and Chifflard, Peter and Claps, Pierluigi and Clark, Martyn P and Collins, Adrian L and Croke, Barry and Dathe, Annette and David, Paula C and de Barros, Felipe P. J and de Rooij, Gerrit and Di Baldassarre, Giuliano and Driscoll, Jessica M and Duethmann, Doris and Dwivedi, Ravindra and Eris, Ebru and Farmer, William H and Feiccabrino, James and Ferguson, Grant and Ferrari, Ennio and Ferraris, Stefano and Fersch, Benjamin and Finger, David and Foglia, Laura and Fowler, Keirnan and Gartsman, Boris and Gascoin, Simon and Gaume, Eric and Gelfan, Alexander and Geris, Josie and Gharari, Shervan and Gleeson, Tom and Glendell, Miriam and Gonzalez Bevacqua, Alena and González-Dugo, María P and Grimaldi, Salvatore and Gupta, A. B and Guse, Björn and Han, Dawei and Hannah, David and Harpold, Adrian and Haun, Stefan and Heal, Kate and Helfricht, Kay and Herrnegger, Mathew and Hipsey, Matthew and Hlaváčiková, Hana and Hohmann, Clara and Holko, Ladislav and Hopkinson, Christopher and Hrachowitz, Markus and Illangasekare, Tissa H and Inam, Azhar and Innocente, Camyla and Istanbulluoglu, Erkan and Jarihani, Ben and Kalantari, Zahra and ... and Stockholms universitet and Institutionen för naturgeografi and Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten
Hydrological Sciences Journal, ISSN 0262-6667, 07/2019, Volume 64, Issue 10, pp. 1141 - 1158
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Vadose Zone Journal, ISSN 1539-1663, 2006, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp. 129 - 139
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Vadose Zone Journal, ISSN 1539-1663, 2013, Volume 12, Issue 3, pp. 1 - 13
Satellite-based radar interferometry is a technique capable of measuring small surface elevation changes at large scales and with a high resolution. In vadose... 
earths surface | volume | sar interferometry | insar | field | level changes | synthetic-aperture radar | moisture | land subsidence | texas vertisols | SAR INTERFEROMETRY | EARTHS SURFACE | FIELD | VOLUME | WATER RESOURCES | SYNTHETIC-APERTURE RADAR | MOISTURE | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | SOIL SCIENCE | LEVEL CHANGES | INSAR | TEXAS VERTISOLS | LAND SUBSIDENCE
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by Blöschl, Günter and Bierkens, Marc F.P and Chambel, Antonio and Cudennec, Christophe and Destouni, Georgia and Fiori, Aldo and Kirchner, James W and McDonnell, Jeffrey J and Savenije, Hubert H.G and Sivapalan, Murugesu and Stumpp, Christine and Toth, Elena and Volpi, Elena and Carr, Gemma and Lupton, Claire and Salinas, Josè and Széles, Borbála and Viglione, Alberto and Aksoy, Hafzullah and Allen, Scott T and Amin, Anam and Anéassian, Vazken and Arheimer, Berit and Aryal, Santosh K and Baker, Victor and Bardsley, Earl and Barenecht, Marlies H and Bartosova, Alena and Batelaan, Okke and Berghuijs, Wouter R and Beven, Keith and Blume, Theresa and Bogaard, Thom and Borges de Amorim, Pablo and Böttcher, Michael E and Boulet, Gilles and Breinl, Korbinian and Brilly, Mitja and Brocca, Luca and Buytaert, Wouter and Castellarin, Attilio and Castelletti, Anea and Chen, Xiaohong and Chen, Yangbo and Chen, Yuanfang and Chifflard, Peter and Claps, Pierluigi and Clark, Martyn P and Collins, Aian L and Croke, Barry and Dathe, Annette and David, Paula C and de Barros, Felipe P.J and de Rooij, Gerrit and Di Baldassarre, Giuliano and scoll, Jessica M and Duethmann, Doris and Dwivedi, Ravina and Eris, Ebru and Farmer, William H and Feiccabrino, James and Ferguson, Grant and Ferrari, Ennio and Ferraris, Stefano and Fersch, Benjamin and Finger, David and Foglia, Laura and Fowler, Keirnan and Gartsman, Boris and Gascoin, Simon and Gaume, Eric and Gelfan, Alexander and Geris, Josie and Gharari, Shervan and Gleeson, Tom and Glendell, Miriam and Gonzalez Bevacqua, Alena and González-Dugo, María P and Grimaldi, Salvatore and Gupta, A. B and Guse, Björn and Han, Dawei and Hannah, David and Harpold, Aian and Haun, Stefan and Heal, Kate and Helfricht, Kay and Herrnegger, Mathew and Hipsey, Matthew and Hlaváčiková, Hana and Hohmann, Clara and Holko, Ladislav and Hopkinson, Christopher and Hrachowitz, Markus and Illangasekare, Tissa H and Inam, Azhar and Innocente, Camyla and Istanbulluoglu, Erkan and Jarihani, Ben and Kalantari, Zahra and ... and Teknisk-naturvetenskapliga vetenskapsområdet and Uppsala universitet and Geovetenskapliga sektionen and Institutionen för geovetenskaper and Luft-, vatten och landskapslära
Hydrological sciences journal, ISSN 0262-6667, 07/2019, Volume 64, Issue 10, pp. 1141 - 1158
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