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Nonlinear propagation of multi-scale dynamics through hydrologic subsystems
Sivapalan, M.; Kumar, P.; Harris, D.
Scale-recursive assimilation of precipitation data
Gorenburg, I.P.; McLaughlin, D.; Entekhabi, D.
Statistical self-similarity of width function maxima with implications to floods
Veitzer, S.A.; Gupta, V.K.
River flow mass exponents with fractal channel networks and rainfall
Troutman, B.M.; Over, T.M.
Tests of peak flow scaling in simulated self-similar river networks
Menabde, M.; Veitzer, S.; Gupta, V.; Sivapalan, M.
Linking space-time variability of river runoff and rainfall fields: a dynamic approach
Menabde, M.; Sivapalan, M.
Temporal scales of rainfall-runoff processes and spatial scaling of flood peaks: space-time connection through catchment water balance
Jothityangkoon, C.; Sivapalan, M.
The hydrology and hydrometeorology of extreme floods in the Great Plains of Eastern Nebraska
Zhang, Y.; Smith, J.A.; Baeck, M.L.
Spatio-temporal evolution and time-stable characteristics of soil moisture within remote sensing footprints with varying soil, slope, and vegetation
Mohanty, B.P.; Skaggs, T.H.
A re-examination of modeled and measured soil moisture spatial variability and its implications for land surface modeling
Peters-Lidard, C.D.; Pan, F.; Wood, E.F.
Atmospheric stability effect on subgrid-scale physics for large-eddy simulation
Porte-Agel, F.; Pahlow, M.; Meneveau, C.; Parlange, M.B.
Relative importance of local and regional controls on coupled water, carbon, and energy fluxes
Albertson, J.D.; Katul, G.G.; Wiberg, P.
Multiscale analysis of vegetation surface fluxes: from seconds to years
Katul, G.; Lai, C.; Schafer, K.; Vidakovic, B.; Albertson, J.; Ellsworth, D.; Oren, R.
Spatial variations of surface moisture flux from aircraft data
Mahrt, L.; Vickers, D.; Sun, J.
Soil moisture variability and scale-dependency of nonlinear parameterizations in coupled land-atmosphere models
Nykanen, D.K.; Foufoula-Georgiou, E.
Aggregation criteria for surface heat balances in a heterogeneous area based on a linear model
Nakaegawa, T.; Oki, T.; Musiake, K.
A new surface runoff parameterization with subgrid-scale soil heterogeneity for land surface models
Liang, X.; Xie, Z.
Hydrologic regimes of forested, mountainous, headwater basins in New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oregon, and Puerto Rico
Post, D.A.; Jones, J.A.
Evaluation of hydrologic equilibrium in a mountainous watershed: incorporating forest canopy spatial adjustment to soil biogeochemical processes
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