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My picks of the September literature

Haggerty, Roy; Martí, Eugènia; Argerich, Alba; von Schiller, Daniel; Grimm, Nancy B. 2009. Resazurin as a “smart” tracer for quantifying metabolically active transient storage in stream ecosystems J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 114, No. G3, G03014 (Roy will be talking about this work in our session at the GSA Annual Meeting …

GSA Abstract: On a template set by basalt flows, hydrology and erosional topography coevolve in the Oregon Cascade Range

The Watershed Hydrogeology Lab is going to be busy at this year’s Geological Society of America annual meeting in Portland, Oregon in October. We’ve submitted four abstracts for the meeting, I am co-convening a session, and I’ll be helping lead a pre-meeting field trip. I’ll be an invited speaker in …

People just keep publishing interesting stuff.

Fiorillo, F. 2009. Spring hydrographs as indicators of droughts in a karst environment. Journal of Hydrology 373: 290-301. Rosenberry, D.O. and J. Pitlick. 2009. Effects of sediment transport and seepage direction on hydraulic properties at the sediment–water interface of hyporheic settings. Journal of Hydrology 373: 377-391. Gresswell, R. et al. …

More new papers I'm itching to read

Godsey, S.E., J.W. Kirchner, and D.W. Clow, 2009. Concentration-discharge relationships reflect chemostatic characteristics of US catchments, Hydrological Processes 23 (13): 1844-1864. Tetzlaff, D., J. Seibert, and C. Soulsby. 2009. Inter-catchment comparison to assess the influence of topography and soils on catchment transit times in a geomorphic province; the Cairngorm mountains, …

On the top of my "to read" list

Every week there’s a virtual flood of enticing looking papers from the tables of contents that arrive in my in-box. Here are the ones that look most enticing to me this week: Jencso, K. G., B. L. McGlynn, M. N. Gooseff, S. M. Wondzell, K. E. Bencala, and L. A. …