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A general lumped parameter model for the interpretation of tracer data and transit time calculation in hydrologic systems
Amin, I.E.; Campana, M.E.
The determination of the snowmelt rate and the meltwater outflow from a snowpack for modelling river runoff generation
Kuchment, L.S.; Gelfan, A.N.
Modelling the hydrological impacts of open ditch drainage
Dunn, S.M.; Mackay, R.
The variation of iodate and total iodine in some UK rainwaters during 1980-1981
Truesdale, V.W.; Jones, S.D.
Modelling of a fractured basaltic aquifer with respect to geological setting, and climatic and hydraulic conditions: the case of perched basalts at Garni (Armenia)
Leonardi, V.; Arthaud, F.; Grillot, J.C.; Avetissian, V.; Bochnaghian, P.
A comparison of recharge estimates to a fractured sedimentary aquifer in South Africa from a chloride mass balance and an integrated surface-subsurface model
Sami, K.; Hughes, D.A.
Conceptual catchment scale rainfall-runoff models and AGCM land-surface parameterisation schemes
Chiew, F.H.S.; Pitman, A.J.; McMahon, T.A.
Slumping of brine mounds: bounds on behaviour
Philip, J.R.; van Duijn, C.J.
The importance of the third dimension on transport through saturated porous media: case study based on transport of particles
Field evaluation of unsaturated hydraulic conductivity models and parameter estimation from retention data
Nandagiri, L.; Prasad, R.
Isotope hydrology of voluminous cold springs in fractured rock from an active volcanic region, northeastern California
Rose, T.P.; Davisson, M.L.; Criss, R.E.
Analytical solutions to non-Fickian subsurface dispersion in uniform groundwater flow
Zou, S.; Xia, J.; Koussis, A.D.
Meteorological estimates for the water balance of a sparse vine crop growing in semiarid conditions
Variation of nitrogen concentration in forest streams -- influences of flow, seasonality and catchment characteristics
Arheimer, B.; Andersson, L.; Lepisto, A.
The importance of inherent uncertainties in state-of-the-art urban storm drainage modelling for ungauged small catchments
Arnbjerg-Nielsen, K.; Harremoes, P.
On the stochastic theory of solute transport by unsteady and steady groundwater flow in heterogeneous aquifers
Kavvas, M.L.; Karakas, A.
A nearest neighbour linear perturbation model for river flow forecasting
Shamseldin, A.Y.; O'Connor, K.M.
Temperature of a shallow lagoon (solar and tidal cycle interaction)
Vincenzi, S.; Pugnaghi, S.
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