Jeffrey J. McDonnell
Jeffrey J. McDonnell
Professor of Hydrology, Global Institute for Water Security, University of Saskatchewan
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Isotope Tracers in Catchment Hydrology
C Kendall, J McDonnell, 839 pages, 1998
IAHS Decade on Predictions in Ungauged Basins (PUB), 2003–2012: Shaping an exciting future for the hydrological sciences
M Sivapalan, K Takeuchi, SW Franks, VK Gupta, H Karambiri, V Lakshmi, ...
Hydrological sciences journal 48 (6), 857-880, 2003
A rationale for old water discharge through macropores in a steep, humid catchment
JJ McDonnell
Water Resources Research 26 (11), 2821-2832, 1990
A review and evaluation of catchment transit time modeling
KJ McGuire, JJ McDonnell
Journal of Hydrology 330 (3-4), 543-563, 2006
The role of topography on catchment‐scale water residence time
KJ McGuire, JJ McDonnell, M Weiler, C Kendall, BL McGlynn, JM Welker, ...
Water Resources Research 41 (5), 2005
Moving beyond heterogeneity and process complexity: A new vision for watershed hydrology
JJ McDonnell, M Sivapalan, K Vaché, S Dunn, G Grant, R Haggerty, ...
Water Resources Research 43 (7), 2007
A decade of Predictions in Ungauged Basins (PUB)—a review
M Hrachowitz, HHG Savenije, G Blöschl, JJ McDonnell, M Sivapalan, ...
Hydrological sciences journal 58 (6), 1198-1255, 2013
On the dialog between experimentalist and modeler in catchment hydrology: Use of soft data for multicriteria model calibration
J Seibert, JJ McDonnell
Water Resources Research 38 (11), 23-1-23-14, 2002
Threshold relations in subsurface stormflow: 2. The fill and spill hypothesis
HJ Tromp‐van Meerveld, JJ McDonnell
Water Resources Research 42 (2), 2006
Ecohydrologic separation of water between trees and streams in a Mediterranean climate
JR Brooks, HR Barnard, R Coulombe, JJ McDonnell
Nature Geoscience 3 (2), 100, 2010
Linking the hydrologic and biogeochemical controls of nitrogen transport in near-stream zones of temperate-forested catchments: a review
CP Cirmo, JJ McDonnell
Journal of Hydrology 199 (1-2), 88-120, 1997
Where does water go when it rains? Moving beyond the variable source area concept of rainfall‐runoff response
JJ McDonnell
Hydrological processes 17 (9), 1869-1875, 2003
Quantifying contributions to storm runoff through end‐member mixing analysis and hydrologic measurements at the Panola Mountain Research Watershed (Georgia, USA)
DA Burns, JJ McDonnell, RP Hooper, NE Peters, JE Freer, C Kendall, ...
Hydrological processes 15 (10), 1903-1924, 2001
Threshold relations in subsurface stormflow: 1. A 147‐storm analysis of the Panola hillslope
HJ Tromp‐van Meerveld, JJ McDonnell
Water Resources Research 42 (2), 2006
Virtual experiments: a new approach for improving process conceptualization in hillslope hydrology
M Weiler, J McDonnell
Journal of Hydrology 285 (1), 3-18, 2004
The role of bedrock topography on subsurface storm flow
J Freer, JJ McDonnell, KJ Beven, NE Peters, DA Burns, RP Hooper, ...
Water Resources Research 38 (12), 5-1-5-16, 2002
Deuterium variations in storm rainfall: Implications for stream hydrograph separation
JJ McDonnell, M Bonell, MK Stewart, AJ Pearce
Water Resources Research 26 (3), 455-458, 1990
The role of event water, a rapid shallow flow component, and catchment size in summer stormflow
VA Brown, JJ McDonnell, DA Burns, C Kendall
Journal of Hydrology 217 (3-4), 171-190, 1999
Quantifying the relative contributions of riparian and hillslope zones to catchment runoff
BL McGlynn, JJ McDonnell
Water Resources Research 39 (11), 2003
On the interrelations between topography, soil depth, soil moisture, transpiration rates and species distribution at the hillslope scale
HJ Tromp-van Meerveld, JJ McDonnell
Advances in Water Resources 29 (2), 293-310, 2006
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