Tag: catchment hydrology

New review paper on tracers in northern catchments

Abstract: We examine how tracer studies have enhanced our understanding of flow paths, residence times and sources of stream flow in northern catchments. We define northern catchments as non-glacial sites in the temperate conifer/boreal/permafrost zone, focussing our review mainly on

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Commentary on US-Japan Joint Seminar

A short paper summarizing the US-Japan Joint Seminar that we held last March was accepted for publication in Hydrological Processes.  The paper describes the intent and outcomes of the workshop, which focused on linkages between hydrology and biogeochemistry in forested

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Snow Melt Sampling at Hubbard Brook

I have been up in New Hampshire preparing to do some snow melt sampling since late February. Initially I was hoping to get prepared, attend a catchment science meeting in Hawaii, and then return to sample. The weather, however, had

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US-Japan Joint Seminar on Catchment Hydrology and Forest Biogeochemistry

We now have the green light to move forward on our US-Japan Joint Seminar in March on Catchment Hydrology and Forest Biogeochemistry.  The purpose of the US-Japan Joint Seminar is to examine similarities and differences in catchment science research and to synthesize work

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