Publications

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2014

Ali, G., D. Tetzlaff, C. Soulsby, J.J. McDonnell, S. Carey, H. Laudon, K. McGuire, J. Buttle, J. Seibert and J. Shanley. 2014. Threshold hydrologic response across contrasting Northern catchments. Water Resources Research, in review.

Band, L., J.J. McDonnell, A. Barros, A. Bejan, T. Burt, W.E. Dietrich, R. Emanuel, J. Duncan, T. Hwang, G. Katul, Y. Kim, B. McGlynn, B. Miles, A. Porporato , C. Scaife and P.A. Troch, 2014. Ecohydrological flow networks in the subsurface. Ecohydrology, in review.

Coles, A.E., C.E. Wetzel, N. Martinez-Carreras, L. Ector, J.J. McDonnell, J.J. Frentress, J. Klaus, L. Hoffmann and L. Pfister, 2014. Diatoms as a tracer of hydrological connectivity: are they supply limited? Ecohydrology, in review.

Evaristo, J.A., J.J. McDonnell and M.A. Scholl 2014. Two water worlds: Evidence of ecohydrological separation across contrasting sites in a wet tropical low seasonality ecosystem. Ecohydrology, in review.

Janzen, D. and J.J. McDonnell, 2014. Directed percolation theory: A stochastic approach to modelling and understanding hillslope runoff connectivity dynamics. Ecological Modeling, in review.

Klaus, J. and J.J. McDonnell, 2014. A review of isotope hydrograph separation studies in hydrology. Journal of Hydrology, in review.

McDonnell, J.J., C. Hale, M. Stewart, K. Solomon, J. Light, G Ice, 2014. Similar catchment forms hide radically different plumbing. Journal of Hydrology, in prep.

McDonnell, J.J., 2014. Two water worlds? A testable hypothesis in ecohydrology. Wires Water, early view.

McDonnell, J.J. and K. Beven, 2014. Debates - The future of hydrological sciences: A (common) path forward? A call to action aimed at understanding velocities, celerities and residence time distributions of the headwater hydrograph. Water Resources Research, 50: 5342-5350.

Pangle, L, J.J. McDonnell and J. Gregg, 2014. Rainfall seasonality and an ecohydrological feedback offset the potential impact of climate warming on evapotranspiration and groundwater recharge. Water Resources Research, accepted.

Pangle, L., J. Klaus, J,J. McDonnell, E. Berman and M. Gupta, 2014. A new method for in situ high frequency measurement of d2H and d18O in multiple water flows: implications for soil and catchment studies. Water Resources Research, in review.

2013
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Ali, G., C. Birkel, D. Tetzlaff, C. Soulsby, J.J. McDonnell and T. Paola. 2013. A comparison of wetness indices for the prediction of observed connected saturated areas under contrasting conditions. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, DOI: 10.1002/esp.3506..

Ali, G., D. Tetzlaff, L. Kruitbos, C. Soulsby, S. Carey, J.J. McDonnell, J. Buttle, H. Laudon, K. McGuire, J. Seibert and J. Shanley. 2013. Analysis of hydrological seasonality and functionality across northern 1 catchments using monthly precipitation-runoff polygon metrics. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 59 (1), 1–17.

Allen, S. T., Brooks, J. R., Keim, R. F., Bond, B. J. and McDonnell, J. J., 2013. The role of pre-event canopy storage in throughfall and stemflow by using isotopic tracers. Ecohydrology. DOI: 10.1002/eco.1408.

Carey, S., D. Tetzlaff, J. Buttle, H. Laudon, J.J. McDonnell, K. McGuire, J. Seibert, C. Soulsby and J. Shanley, 2013. Use of color maps and wavelet coherence to discern short and longer-term climate influences on streamflow variability in northern catchments. Water Resources Research, 49(10): 6194-6207, DOI: 10.1002/wrcr.20469.

Gupta, H.V, G. Blöschl, J. J. McDonnell, H. H. G. Savenije, M. Sivapalan, A. Viglione and  T. Wagener, 2013. Synthesis of the Benchmark Report, in G. Blöschl et al. (eds), Runoff Prediction in Ungauged Basins: Synthesis Across Processes, Places and Scales. Cambridge University Press.

Hrachowitz, M., Savenije, H.H.G., Blöschl, G., McDonnell, J.J., Sivapalan, M., Pomeroy, J.W., Arheimer, B., Blume, T., Clark, M.P., Ehret, U., Fenicia, F., Freer, J.E., Gelfan, A., Gupta, H.V., Hughes, D.A., Hut, R.W., Montanari, A., Pande, S., Tetzlaff, D., Troch, P.A., Uhlenbrook, S., Wagener, T., Winsemius, H.C., Woods, R.A., Zehe, E. and C. Cudennec, C., 2013. A decade of Predictions in Ungauged Basins (PUB) - a review. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 58(6): 1198-1255, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2013.803183

Jaeger, W., A. J. Plantinga, H. Chang, K. Dello, G. Grant, D. Hulse, J.J. McDonnell, S. Lancaster, H. Moradkhani A.T. Morzillo, P. Mote, A. Nolin, M. Santelmann and J. Wu, 2013. Toward a formal definition of water scarcity in natural-human systems. Water Resources Research, 49(7): 4506–4517, DOI: 10.1002/wrcr.20249.

Klaus, J. E. Zehe, M. Elsner, C. Külls, and J. J. McDonnell, 2013. Macropore flow of old water revisited: experimental insights from a tile-drained hillslope Hydrology and Earth System Science, 17: 103-118.

Lanni C., J.J. McDonnell, L. Hopp, R. Rigon, 2013. Simulated effect of soil depth and bedrock topography on near-surface hydrologic response and slope stability. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms,38: 146-159. DOI: 10.1002/esp.3267

Laudon, H, D. Tetzlaff, C. Soulsby, S. Carey, J. Seibert, J. Buttle, J. Shanley, J.J. McDonnell and K. McGuire, 2013. Change in winter climate will affect dissolved organic carbon and water fluxed in mid-to-high latitude catchments, Hydrological Processes, 27(5): 700-709. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.9686.

McDonnell, J.J., 2013. Are all runoff processes the same? Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10076.

Muñoz-Villers, L. E. and McDonnell, J. J., 2013. Land use change effects on runoff generation in a humid tropical montane cloud forest region, Hydrology and Earth System Science, 17: 3543-3560, DOI:10.5194/hess-17-3543-2013, 2013.

Seibert, J. and J.J. McDonnell, 2013. Gauging the ungauged basin: the relative value of hard and soft data. Journal of Hydrological Engineering, A4014004.

Tetzlaff, D., C. Soulsby C, Buttle, R. Capell, S.K. Carey, H. Laudon, J.J. McDonnell, K. McGuire, J. Seibert and J. Shanley, 2013. Catchments on the Cusp? Structural and functional change in northern ecohydrology. Hydrological Processes, 27(5): 766-774. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.9700.

2012
Isotope

Ali G, D. Tetzlaff, C. Soulsby, J.J. McDonnell and R. Capell, 2012. A comparison of similarity indices for catchment classification using a cross-regional dataset. Advances in Water Resources Research, 40: 11-22. DOI: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2012.01.008.

Ali, G., Tetzlaff, D., Soulsby, C. & McDonnell, J.J., 2012. Topographic, pedologic and climatic interactions influencing streamflow generation at multiple catchment scales. Hydrological Processes, 26 (25): 3858-3874. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.8416.

Gabrielli, C, J.J. McDonnell and T. Jarvis, 2012. The role of bedrock groundwater in rainfall-runoff response at hillslope and catchment scales. Journal of Hydrology, 450-451: 117-133.

Jenerette, G.D, G. Barron-Gafford, A. Guswa, J.J. McDonnell and J Villegas, 2012. Organization of complexity in water limited ecohydrology. Ecohydrology, 5: 184-199. DOI: 10.1002/eco.217.

Kruitbos, L., D. Tetzlaff, C. Soulsby, J. Buttle, S. Carey, H. Laudon, J.J. McDonnell, K. McGuire, J. Seibert, R. Cunjak and J. Shanley, 2012. Hydroclimatic and hydrochemical controls on Plecoptera diversity and distribution in northern freshwater ecosystems. Hydrobiologia, 693: 39-53.

Muños-Villers, L. and J.J. McDonnell, 2012. Runoff generation in a steep, tropical montane cloud forest catchment on permeable volcanic substrate. Water Resources Research, DOI:10.1029/2011WR011316.

Stewart, M., U. Morgenstern, J.J. McDonnell and L. Pfister, 2012. The ‘hidden streamflow’ challenge in catchment hydrology: A call to action for streamwater transit time analysis. Hydrological Processes, 26: 2061-2066, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.9262.

Wilcox, B., M. Seyfried, D. Breshears and J. J. McDonnell, 2012. Ecohydrologic connections and complexities in drylands—New perspectives for understanding transformative landscape change. Ecohydrology, 5: 143-144.

Wohl, E., A. Barros, N. Brunsell, N. Chappell, M. Coe, T. Giambelluca, S. Goldsmith, R. Harmon, J. Hendrickx, J. Juvik, J.J. McDonnell, F. Ogden, 2012. The hydrology of the humid tropics. Nature (Climate Change), 2: 655-662.

2011
Isotope

pre UofS

Burt, T., N, Howden, F. Worrall and J.J. McDonnell, 2011. On the value of long-term, low-frequency water quality sampling: avoiding throwing the baby out with the bathwater. Hydrological Processes, 25: 828-830, DOI: 10.1002.hyp.7961.

Burt, T., G. Hancock and J.J. McDonnell, 2011. Where does water go when it rains? Geography Review, 25(1): 38-41.

Gabrielli, C. and J.J. McDonnell, 2011. An inexpensive, portable high speed drill rig and platform for bedrock groundwater studies in the headwaters. Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.8212.

Goldsmith, G., L. Muñoz-Villers, F. Holwerda, J.J. McDonnell, H. Asbjornsen, and T. E. Dawson, 2011. Stable isotopes reveal linkages among ecohydrological processes in a seasonally dry tropical montane cloud forest. Ecohydrology, DOI: 10.1002/eco.268.

Hancock, G., K G Evans, J.J. McDonnell and L Hopp, 2011. Ecohydrological controls on soil erosion and landscape evolution. Ecohydrology, DOI: 10.1002/eco.241.

Hopp, L. and J.J. McDonnell, 2011. Examining the role of throughfall patterns on subsurface stormflow generation. Journal of Hydrology, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2011.08.044.

Hopp, L., J.J. McDonnell and P. Condon, 2011. Lateral subsurface flow in a soil cover over waste rock in a humid temperate environment. Vadose Zone Journal 10, 1-13, DOI:10.2136/vzj2010.0094.

Lanni C., R. Rigon and J.J. McDonnell, 2011. On the relative role of upslope and downslope topography for describing water flowpath and storage dynamics: a theoretical analysis. Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.8263.

McDonnell, J.J., 2011, Foreword, to D. Levia, D. Carlyle-Moses and T. Tanaka (eds.) Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry: Synthesis of Past Research and Future Directions, Springer, 740pp.

Sayama, T., J.J. McDonnell, A. Dhakal and K. Sullivan, 2011. How much water can a watershed store? Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.8288.

2010

Brooks, R., H. Barnard, R. Coulombe and J. J. McDonnell. 2010. Two water worlds paradox: Trees and streams return different water pools to the hydrosphere.Nature-Geoscience, 3, 100 - 104 (2010) DOI: 10.1038/NGEO722.

Govind, A., J.M.Chen, J.J., McDonnell, J. Kumari and O. Sonnentag, 2010. Effects of lateral hydrological processes on photosynthesis and evapotranspiration in a boreal ecosystemEcohydrology, DOI: 10.1002/eco.141.

Graham, C., J.J. McDonnel and R. Woods. 2010a. Hillslope threshold response to storm rainfall: (1) A field based forensic approachJournal of Hydrology, DOI:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.12.015.

Graham, C., J.J. McDonnel and R. Woods. 2010a. Hillslope threshold response to storm rainfall: (1) A field based forensic approachJournal of Hydrology, DOI:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.12.015.

Graham, C. and J.J. McDonnell. 2010b. Hillslope threshold response to storm rainfall: (2) A simple macroscale modelJournal of Hydrology, DOI:10.1016/j/jhydrol.2010.03.008.

Gu, W., M. Shang, S. Zhai, J. Lu, J. Frentress, J.J. McDonnell and C. Kendall, 2010. The rainfall-runoffparadox from natural experimental catchments. Advances in Water Science (in Chinese), 21(4): 478-488.

Gu, W., M. Shang, S. Zhai, J. Lu, J. Frentress, J.J. McDonnell and C. Kendall, 2010. The rainfall-runoffparadox from natural experimental catchments. Advances in Water Science (in Chinese), 21(4): 478-488.

McDonnell, J. J., K. McGuire, P. Aggarwal, K. Beven, D. Biondi, G. Destoundi, S. Dunn, A. James, J. Kirchner, P. Kraft, S. Lyon, P Malosezewski, B. Newman, L. Pfister, A. Rinaldo, A. Phode, T. Sayama, J. Seibert, K. Solomon, C. Soulsby, M. Stewart, D. Tetzlaff, C. Tobin, P. Troch, M. Weiler, A. Western, A Worman, S. Wrede. 2010. How old is the water? Open questions in catchment transit time conceptualization, modelling and analysis. Hydrological Processes, 24(12): 1745-1754.

McGuire, K. and J.J. McDonnell, 2010. Hydrological connectivity of hillslopes and stream: Charactersitic timescales and non-linearitiesWater Resources Research, 46, W10543, doi:10.1029/2010WR009341.

Pfister, L., J.J. McDonnell, C. Hissler, and L. Hoffmann, 2010. Ground-based thermal imagery as a simple, practical tool for mapping saturated area connectivity and dynamicsHydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7840.

Seibert, J. and J.J, McDonnell 2010. Land-cover impacts on streamflow: a change detection modelling approach that incorporates parameter uncertainty.Hydrological Sciences, 55(3): 316-332.

Seibert, J. and J.J, McDonnell 2010. Land-cover impacts on streamflow: a change detection modelling approach that incorporates parameter uncertainty.Hydrological Sciences, 55(3): 316-332.

Stewart, M., U. Morgenstern and J.J. Mc Donnell, 2010. On the truncation of stream residence time: How the use of stable isotopes has skewed our concept of streamflow age and origin. Hydrological Processes, 24(12): 1646-1659.

Surfleet, C., Skaugset, A. and J.J. McDonnell, 2011. Uncertainty assessment of forest road modeling with the Distributive Hydrology Soil Vegetation Model (DHSVM). Canadian Journal of Forest Research, in press.

Zegre, N., A.E, Skaugset, N. Som, J.J. McDonnell, and L. Ganio. 2010. In lieu of the paired catchment approach: Hydrologic model change detection at the catchment scale. Water Resources Research,46, W11544, doi:10.1029/2009WR008601.

Carey, S.K., D. Tetzlaff, J. Seibert, C. Soulsby, J. Buttle, H. Laudon, J.J. McDonnell, K. McGuire, D. Caissie, J. Shanley, M. Kennedy, K. Devito and J. Pomeroy, 2010. Inter-comparison of hydro-climatic regimes across northern catchments: synchronicity, resistance and resilience. Hydrological Processes, DOI:10.1002/hyp.7880.

Fenicia, F., S. Wrede, D. Kavetski, L. Pfister, H. Savenije and J. J. McDonnell. 2010. Assessing the impact of mixing assumptions on mean streamwater residence time estimationHydrological Processes, 24(12):1730-1742.

2009

Hopp, L, C. Harman, S.L.E. Desilets, C.B. Graham, J.J. McDonnell, and P.A. Troch, 2009. Hillslope hydrology under glass: confronting fundamental questions of soil-water-biota co-evolution at Biosphere 2Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 13, 2105-2118.

Hopp, L. and J.J. McDonnell, 2009. Connectivity at the hillslope scale: Identifying interactions between storm size, bedrock permeability, slope angle and soil depthJournal of Hydrology, 376, 378-391, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.07.047.

Pfister, L., J.J. McDonnell, S. Wrede, D. Hlúbiková, P. Matgen, F. Fenicia, L. Ector and L. Hoffmann 2009. The rivers are alive: On the potential for diatoms as a tracer of water source and hydrological connectivityHydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7426

Pielke, R., K. Beven, G. Brasseur, J. Calvert, M. Chahine, D. Entekhab, E. Foufoula-Georgiou, H. Gupta, V. Gupta, W. Krajewski, E. Krider, M. Lau, J.J. McDonnell, W.Rossow, J. Schaake, S. Sorooshian and E. Wood 2009. Climate Change: The Need to Consider Human Forcings Other than Greenhouse Gases. EOS, 90(45):413.

Sayama, T. and J.J. McDonnell, 2009. A new time-space accounting scheme for to understand predicting streamwater residence time and hydrograph source components in catchmentsWater Resources Research 45, W07401, doi:10.1029/2008WR007549.

Tromp van Meerveld, H.J. and J.J. McDonnell 2009. On the use of multi-frequency electromagnetic induction for the determination of temporal and spatial patterns of hillslope soil moistureJournal of Hydrology, 368 (1), p. 56-67.

Van Verseveld, W., J.J. McDonnell and K. Lajtha 2009. The role of hillslope hydrology in controlling stream nutrient concentrations. Journal of Hydrology, doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.11.002.

Berman, E., M. Gupta, C. Gabrielli, T. Garland and J. J. McDonnell. 2009. High-frequency field deployable isotope analyzer for hydrological applications. Water Resources Research, 45, 10, doi:10.1029/2009WR008265.

McDonnell, J.J. 2009. Classics in Physical Geography Revisited: Hewlett JD, Hibbert AR. 1967. Factors affecting the response of small watersheds to precipitation in humid areas. Progress in Physical Geography, 33(2): 1-6. DOI: 10.1177/0309133309338118

2008

Fenecia, F., J.J. McDonnell and H. Savenije, 2008. Learning from model improvement: On the contribution of complementary data to process understanding. Water Resour. Res., 44, W06419, doi:10.1029/2007WR006386.

Lehmann, P., C. Hinz, G McGrath, H. J. Tromp - van Meerveld, J. J. McDonnell 2008 Rain Threshold for hillslope outflow: an emregent property of flow path connectivity. Hydrology and Earth System Science 11 pp. 1047-1063

Mazurkiewicz, A., J.J. McDonnell, D. Callery 2008. Assessing the controls of the snow energy balance and water available for runoff in a rain-on-snowenvironment.Journal of Hydrology, 354: 1-14

McDonnell, J.J. 2008. Foreword to DaVinci’s Water Theory by L. Pfister, H. Savenije and F. Fenicia, IAHS Press, in press.

Poor, C., J. J. McDonnell and J. Bolte. 2008. Testing the hydrological landscape unit classification system and other terrain analysis measures for predicting lowflow nitrate and chloride in watersheds. Environmental Management, 42, no.5, DOI: 10.1007/s00267-008-9168-5.

Qu, S., Bao W., McDonnell JJ, Yu Z., and Shi P. (2008). Isotope tracers in watershed hydrological modeling. Advances in Water Science (in Chinese), 119 (14): 587-596.

Tromp-van Meerveld, I., A.L. James, J.J. McDonnell and N.E. Peters 2008. A reference data set of rainfall-runoff response, Panola Mountain Research Watershed, USA. Water Resour. Res., 44, W06502, doi:10.1029/2007WR006299.

Van Verseveld, W., J.J. McDonnell and K. Lajtha 2008. A mechanistic assessment of nutrient flushing at the catchment scale. Journal of Hydrology, in press. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.06.009.

2007

McDonnell, J.J., M. Sivapalan, K. Vaché S. Dunn, G. Grant, R. Haggerty, C. Hinz, R. Hooper, J. Kirchner, M. L. Roderick, J. Selker and M. Weiler. 2007. Moving beyond heterogeneity and process complexity: A new vision for watershed hydrology. Water Resources Research, VOL. 43, W07301, doi:10.1029/2006 WR005467

McGuire, K.J. , M. Weiler, J.J. McDonnell. 2007, Integrating tracer experiments with modeling to assess runoff processes and water transit times. Advances in Water Resources. 30(4)824-837

McGuire, K. and J.J. McDonnell, 2007. Stable isotope tracers in watershed hydrology. In. Lajtha K. and W. Michener (eds). Stable Isotopes in Ecology and Environmental Sciences, 2nd Edition. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford.

Poor, C.J. and J.J. McDonnell 2007. The Effects of Land Use on Stream Nitrate Dynamics, Journal of Hydrology, (2007) 332, 54-68.

Tromp van Meerveld, H.J. and J.J. McDonnell.  2007.  Effect of bedrock permeability on subsurface stormflow and the water balance of a trenched hillslope at the Panola Mountain Research Watershed, Georgia, USA . Hydrologic Processes. 21, 750-769

Weiler, M. and J.J. McDonnell. 2007. Conceptualizing lateral preferential flow and flow networks and simulatinf the effects on gauged and ungauged hillslopes. Water Resources Research.Vol. 43, W03403, doi: 10.1029/2006 WR004867.

Dunn, S., J.J. McDonnell and K. Vaché 2007. Factors influencing streamwater residence time: A virtual experiment approach. Water Resources Research, 43, W0604, doi: 10.1029/2006Wr005393

2006

Cloke, H.L., Renaud,J.-P., McDonnell,J.J. ,Anderson, M.G. (2006). Response to comment by Jozsef Szilagyi on ‘‘Using numerical modelling to evaluate the capillary fringe roundwater ridging hypothesis of streamflow generation’, Journal of Hydrology 316, 141–162

Cloke, H., M. Anderson, J.J. McDonnell and J. Renaud. 2006.  Using numerical modelling to evaluate the capillary fringe groundwater ridging hypothesis of streamflow generation.  Journal of Hydrology, 316: 141-162.

Bonell, M., J.J. McDonnell, F. Scatena, J. Seibert, S. Uhlenbrook and H. van Lanen, 2006. HELPing FRIENDs in PUBs: Charting a course for synergies within international water research programs in gauged and ungauged basins. Hydrological Processes, 20(8): 1867-1874. 

McDonnell, J.J. 2006. Foreword to Streamflow Generation Processes,  In K. Beven (ed). Streamflow Generation Processes. IAHS Press. Page V.

McGuire, K. and J.J. McDonnell, 2006. Stable isotope tracers in watershed hydrology. In. Laijte K. and W. Michener (eds). Stable Isotopes in Ecology and Environmental Sciences, 2nd Edition. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford.

McGuire, K. J., and J. J. McDonnell, 2006. A review and evaluation of catchment residence time modeling.  Journal of Hydrology, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2006.04.020

Tromp Van Meerveld, I. and J.J. McDonnell.  2006.  Threshold relations in subsurface stormflow 1: A 147 storm analysis of the Panola hillslope trench.  Water Resources Research.  doi:10.1029/2004WR003778.

Tromp-van Meerveld, H.J. and J.J. McDonnell.  2006.  Threshold relations in subsurface stormflow 2: The fill and spill hypothesis: an explanation for observed threshold behavior in subsurface stormflow.   Water Resources Research, doi:10.1029/2004WR003800.

Tromp-van Meerveld, H.J. and J.J. McDonnell,  2006. On the interactions between the spatial patterns of topography, soil moisture, transpiration and species distribution at the hillslope scale, Advances in Water Resources 29: 293-310.

Uchida T., J.J. McDonnell and Y. Asano. 2006.  Functional intercomparison of hillslopes and small catchments constrained by water source, flowpath and mean residence time. Water Resources Research, 40 W12401, doi:10.1029/2003WR00

Uchida T., J.J. McDonnell and Y. Asano. 2006.  Functional intercomparison of hillslopes and small catchments constrained by water source, flowpath and mean residence time. Water Resources Research, 40 W12401, doi:10.1029/2003WR00

Vaché, Kellie B., McDonnell, Jeffrey J.  2006  A process-based rejectionist framework for evaluating catchment runoff model structure, Water Resources Research, Vol42 No. 2, W0240910.1029/2005WR004247

Weiler, M. and J.J. McDonnell.  2006.  Testing nutrient flushing hypotheses at the hillslope scale: A virtual experiment approach.  Journal of Hydrology, 319: 339–56.

Keim, R. H. J. Tromp-van Meerveld and J. J. McDonnell.  2006.  A virtual experiment on the effects of evaporation and intensity smoothing by canopy interception on subsurface stormflow generation. Journal of Hydrology, 327, 52-364.

2005

Asano, Y., T. Uchida and J.J. McDonnell.  2005.  Searching for a post- variable source area concept of rainfall-runoff response in headwater.  Japanese Society of Hydrology and Water Resources (in Japanese). 18(4): 459-468.

Devine, C. and J.J. McDonnell.  2005.  The future of applied tracers in hydrogeology. Hydrogeology Journal, 13: 255-258.  

McDonnell, JJ, Brian McGlynn, Kellie Vache & Ilja Tromp-van Meerveld (2005). A Perspective on Hillslope Hydrology in the Context of PUB, in Stewart Franks, Murugesu Sivapalan, Kuniyoshi Takeuchi & Yasuto Tachikawa (eds) Predictions in Ungauged Basins: International Perspectives on the State of the Art and Pathways Forward. IAHS Publ. 301, pp xx-xx.

McDonnell, J.J. and M.G. Anderson. 2005. Preface, in Encyclopedia of Hydrological Sciences, John Wiley and Sons, p. xxviv.

K. J. McGuire, J. J. McDonnell, M. Weiler, C. Kendall, B. L. McGlynn, J. M. Welker, and J. Seibert (2005).  The role of topography on catchment-scale water residence time.  Water Resources Research. 41, doi:10.10292004WR003657. 

Tromp van Meerveld, H.J. and J.J. McDonnell.  2005.  Comment to “Spatial correlation of soil moisture in small catchments and its relationship to dominant spatial hydrological processes”, Journal of Hydrology 303: 307-312.

Uchida, T., I. Tromp-van Meerveld and J.J. McDonnell, 2005. The role of lateral pipe flow in hillslope runoff response: An intercomparison of nonlinear hillslope response. Journal of Hydrology 311: 117-133.

Weiler, M., J.J. McDonnell, I. Tromp van Meerveld and T. Uchida.  2005.  Subsurface Stormflow Runoff Generation Processes. In:  Encyclopedia of Hydrological Sciences.  M.G. Anderson, Editor.  Wiley.  Pp. 1719-1732.

Burns, D., T. Vitvar, J. McDonnell, J. Duncan and J. Hassett.  2005.  Effects of suburban development on runoff generation in the Croton River basin, New York, USA. Journal of Hydrology, 311: 266-281.

2004

Uchida, T, Asano U., Mizuyama T. and J.J. McDonnell (2004). The role of upslope soil pore pressure on lateral subsurface stormflow dynamics. Water Resources Research, 40, W12401, doi:10.1029/2003WR002139. 

Hjerdt, K. , J. J. McDonnell, J. Seibert and A. Rodhe (2004). A new topographic index to estimate downslope controls on local drainage. Water Resources Research, Vol. 40, W05602, doi:10.1029/2004WR003130. 

McDonnell, J.J. (2004). Runoff processes and lateral water transfers. In Pavel Kabat, Martin Claussen, Paul A. Dirmeyer, John H.C. Gash, Lelys Bravo de Guenni, Michel Meybeck, Roger A. Pielke, Sr., Charles J. V smarty, Ronald W.A. Hutjes, Sabine Luetkemeier (Eds.). Vegetation, Water, Humans and the Climate: A New Perspective on an Interactive System, Springer-Verlag, pp. 322-328.

Freer, J., H. McMillan, J.J. McDonnell and K. Beven (2004). Constraining Dynamic TOPMODEL responses for imprecise water table information using fuzzy rule based performance measures. Journal of Hydrology, 291: 254-277. 

McDonnell, J.J., McGlynn, B., Vaché, K.B and H.J. Tromp van Meerveld (2004). A perspective on hillslope hydrology in the context of prediction in ungauged basins. International Association of Hydrological Sciences, Publication xxx: xxx-xxx.

McGlynn, B. L., J. J. McDonnell, J. Seibert, and C. Kendall, (2004), Scale effects on headwater catchment runoff timing, flow sources, and groundwater-streamflow relations, Water Resour. Res., 40, W07504, doi:07510.01029/02003WR002494. 

McGlynn, B. L., J. J. McDonnell, J. Seibert, and C. Kendall, (2004), Scale effects on headwater catchment runoff timing, flow sources, and groundwater-streamflow relations, Water Resour. Res., 40, W07504, doi:07510.01029/02003WR002494. 

Tromp van Meerveld, H.J. and J.J. McDonnell (2004). Comment to "Spatial correlation of soil moisture in small catchments and its relationship to dominant spatial hydrological processes", Journal of Hydrology, 286: 113-134. 

McDonnell, J.J. (2004). Editorial: HPToday and HPTomorrow. Hydrological Processes, 18: 2739-2741, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.5681 

Vaché, K.B, McDonnell, J., Bolte, J.P. (2004). On the use of multiple criteria for a posteriori model rejection: Soft data to characterize model performance. Geophysical Research Letters, 31, doi.10.1029/2004GRL021577. 

Vitvar, T., Aggarwal, P and J. J. McDonnell (2004). A review of isotope applications in Catchment Hydrology, P.K. Aggarwal, J. Gat, and K. Froehlich (eds), Isotopes in the Water Cycle: Past, present and future of a developing science. International Atomic Energy Agency Publication xx, pp. 151-170. 

Vitvar, T., Aggarwal, P and J. J. McDonnell (2004). A review of isotope applications in Catchment Hydrology, P.K. Aggarwal, J. Gat, and K. Froehlich (eds), Isotopes in the Water Cycle: Past, present and future of a developing science. International Atomic Energy Agency Publication xx, pp. 151-170. 

Weiler, M. And J.J. McDonnell (2004). Water storage and soil movement. In Burley, J., J. Evans, and J. Youngquist (eds). Encyclopedia of Forest Sciences. Elsevier Science Publishers, pp. 1253-1260. 

Weiler, M. and J.J. McDonnell (2004). Virtual experiments: A new approach for improving process conceptualization in hillslope hydrology. Journal of Hydrology, 285: 3-18, doi:10.1016/S0022-1694(03)00271-3 

Woodsmith, R., Vaché, K., McDonnell, J.J. and J. Helvey (2004). The Entiat Experimental Forest: Catchment-scale runoff data before and after a 1970 wildfire.Water Resources Research, Vol. 40, No. 11, W11701 10.1029/2004WR003296 

McDonnell, J.J. and R. Woods (2004). Editorial: On the need for catchment classification. Journal of Hydrology, 299 (1-2): 2-3.

2003

Burns, D., N. Plummer, J.J. McDonnell, E. Busenburg, G. Casile, C. Kendall, R. Hooper, J. Freer, N. Peters, K. Beven and P. Schlosser (2003). The geochemical evolution of riparian groundwater in a forested piedmont catchment. Groundwater, 41(4): 913-925

Cloke, H.L., J.-P. Renaud, A.J. Claxton, J.J. McDonnell, M.G. Anderson, J.R. Blake, and P.D. Bates. (2003). The effect of model configuration on modelled hillslope–riparian interactions. Journal of Hydrology 279: 167-181

McDonnell, J.J. (2003). Surface and Subsurface Water Hydrologic Modeling at the Watershed Scale, in V. P. Singh and R. N. Yadava (eds), Water and Environment: Wastewater Treatment and Waste Management, Proceedings of the International Conference on Water and Environment, held on 15-18 December, 2003, Bhopal, India, pp 286-298

McDonnell, J.J. (2003) Where does water go when it rains? Moving beyond the variable source area concept of rainfall-runoff response. Hydrological Processes, Hydrological Processes, 17: 1869-1875.

McDonnell, J.J. (2003). Discussion of "Simple Estimation of Prevalence of Hortonian Flow in New York City Watersheds", Walter et al., Journal of Hydrologic Engineering ASCE, Vol 8(4), 214-218. 

McGlynn, B. and J.J McDonnell (2003). Quantifying the relative contributions of riparian and hillslope zones to catchment runoff. Water Resources Research, 39(11), 1310, doi:10,1029/2003WR002091.

McGlynn, B. and J.J. McDonnell (2003). The role of discrete landscape units in controlling catchment dissolved organic carbon dynamics. Water Resources Research, 39(4): 3-1 - 3-18.

McGlynn,B., J.J.McDonnell, Stewart, M.,Seibert,J. 2003. On the relationships between catchment scale and streamwater mean residence time. Hydrological Processes, 17: 175-181.

Seibert, J, K. Bishop, A. Rodhe and J. McDonnell (2003).Groundwater dynamics along a hillslope: A test of the steady-state hypothesis. Water Resources Research, 39(1): 2-1 - 2-9.

Shanley, J., K. Hjerdt, J.J. McDonnell and C. Kendall (2003). Shallow water table fluctuations in relation to soil penetration resistance. Groundwater, Vol. 41, No. 7—GROUND WATER—Watershed Issue 2003 (pages 964–972)

Sherlock, M. and J.J. McDonnell (2003). A new tool for Hillslope Hydrologists: Spatially distributed measurements of groundwater and soil water using electromagnetic induction. Hydrological Processes, 17(10): 1965-1978. 

Sherlock, M. and J.J. McDonnell (2003). A new tool for Hillslope Hydrologists: Spatially distributed measurements of groundwater and soil water using electromagnetic induction. Hydrological Processes, 17(10): 1965-1978. 

Uhlenbrook, S., J.J. McDonnell and C. Leibundgut (2003). Preface: Runoff generation implications for river basin modelling. Hydrological Processes, Special Issue, 17: 197-198.

Uhlenbrook, S., J.J. McDonnell and C. Leibundgut (2003). Preface: Runoff generation implications for river basin modelling. Hydrological Processes, Special Issue, 17: 197-198.

Weiler, M., Uchida, T. and J.J. McDonnell (2003). Connectivity due to preferential flow controls water flow and solute transport at the hillslope scale. Proc. MODSIM 2003, D. Post (ed), Interactive modeling of Biophysical, Social and Biological Systems for Resource Management Solutions, pp. 398-403.

Weiler, M., McGlynn, B., McGuire, K. And J.J. McDonnell (2003). How does rainfall become runoff? A combined tracer and hydrologic transfer function approach.Water Resources Research, 39: doi:10.1029 / 2003 WR002331

2002

Freer, J., J.J. McDonnell, K. J. Beven, N. E. Peters, D. A. Burns, R. P. Hooper, B. Aulenbach, and C. Kendall (2002).  The role of bedrock topography on subsurface storm flow.  Water Resources Research, 38(12): 5-1 - 5-16.

McGlynn, B., J.J. McDonnell and D. Brammer (2002). A review of the evolving perceptual model of hillslope flowpaths at the Maimai catchment, New Zealand. Journal of Hydrology, 257: 1-26.

Seibert, J. And J.J. McDonnell (2002). On the dialog between experimentalist and modeler in catchment hydrology: Use of soft data for multi-criteria model calibration. Water Resources Research, 38(11): 1241. 

Seibert, J. and J.J. McDonnell (2002). The Quest for an Improved Dialog Between Modeler and Experimentalist. In Calibration of Watershed Models. Qingyun Duan, Hashin V. Gupta, Soroosh Sorooshian, Alain N. Rousseau, and Richard Turcotte Eds. AGU Monograph, Water Science and Applications Series Volume 6, DOI: 10.1029/006WS22

Shanley, J., C. Kendall, T. Smith, D. Wolock and J.J. McDonnell (2002). Controls on old and new water contributions to stream flow at some nested catchments in Vermont, USA. Hydrological Processes, 16: 589-600.

Sherlock, M., J.J. McDonnell, D. Curry and A. Zumbuhl (2002). Physical controls on septic leachate movement in the unsaturated zone at the hillslope scale. Hydrological Processes, 16: 2559 - 2575.

Unnikrishna, P.V., J.J. McDonnell and C. Kendall  (2002). Isotope variations in a Sierra Nevada snowpack and their relation to meltwater. Journal of Hydrology, 260: 38-57.

Unnikrishna, P.V., J.J. McDonnell and C. Kendall  (2002). Isotope variations in a Sierra Nevada snowpack and their relation to meltwater. Journal of Hydrology, 260: 38-57.

McHale, M., J.J. McDonnell, M. Mitchell and C. Cirmo (2002). A field-based study of soil water and groundwater nitrate release in an Adirondack forested watershed. Water Resources Research, 38(4): 2-1 - 2-16.

2001

Welsch, D.L., C.N. Kroll, J.J. McDonnell and D.A. Burns (2001). Topographic controls on the chemistry of subsurface stormflow. Hydrological Processes, 15(10): 1925-1938.

Burns, D. A., J.J. McDonnell, R. P. Hooper, N.E. Peters, J.E. Freer, C. Kendall and K. Beven (2001). Quantifying Contributions to Storm Runoff through End-Member Mixing Analysis and Hydrologic Measurements at the Panola Mountain Research Watershed (Georgia, USA). Hydrological Processes, 15(10): 1903-1924. 

McDonnell, J.J., T. Tanaka, M.J. Mitchell and N. Ohte (2001). Foreword to special issue: Hydrology and biogeochemistry of forested catchments. Hydrological Processes, 15(10): 1673-1674.

Seibert, J. and J.J. McDonnell (2001). Towards a better process representation of catchments hydrology in conceptual runoff modelling. IAHS Freiburg Conference on Meso-scale modelling, Proceedings of the International Workshop on Runoff Generation and Implications for River Basin Modeling, 9-12 October 2000.

Shanley, J., C. Kendall, T. Smith, D. Wolock and J.J. McDonnell (2001). Controls on old and new water contributions to stream flow at some nested catchments in Vermont, USA. Hydrological Processes, 16: 589-600.

McDonnell, J.J. and T. Tanaka (2001). On the future of forest hydrology and biogeochemistry. Hydrological Processes, 15(10): 2053-2055. 

Burns, D. A., J.J. McDonnell, R. P. Hooper, N.E. Peters, J.E. Freer, C. Kendall and K. Beven (2001). Quantifying Contributions to Storm Runoff through End-Member Mixing Analysis and Hydrologic Measurements at the Panola Mountain Research Watershed (Georgia, USA). Hydrological Processes, 15(10): 1903-1924. 

McDonnell, J.J. and T. Tanaka, Editors.  2001.  Hydrology and Biogeochemistry of Forested Catchments. John Wiley and Sons, 435p.

2000

McHale, M.R., M. Mitchell, J.J. McDonnell and C. Cirmo (2000). Mass balances and temporal patterns of nitrogen solutes in a forested catchment in the  Adirondack Mountains of New York. Biogeochemistry, 48: 165-184.

Hjerdt, K.N, R. Melloh, S. Taylor, J. Shanley, C. Kendall, and J. J. McDonnell (2000). Evaluating the impact of spatially and temporally varying d18O of recharge on hydrograph separation during Spring melt of 1999. Proc. Eastern Snow Conference, Syracuse May 2000.

Sherlock, M., N. Chapell and J.J. McDonnell (2000). The effects of experimental uncertainty on the calculation of hillslope flow paths. Hydrological Processes, 14(14): 2457-2472.

1999

Kendall, K., J. Shanley and J.J. McDonnell (1999). A hydrometric and geochemical approach to testing the transmissivity feedback hypothesis during snowmelt. Journal of Hydrology, 219: 188-205.

Kendall, K., J. Shanley and J.J. McDonnell (1999). A hydrometric and geochemical approach to testing the transmissivity feedback hypothesis during snowmelt. Journal of Hydrology, 219: 188-205.

Leibundgut, C., J.J. McDonnell and G. Schultz (eds) (1999). Integrated Methods of Catchment Hydrology: Tracer, Remote Sensing and New Hydrometric Techniques. IAHS Publication 258, Wallingford UK, 284pp.

McDonnell, J.J., L. Rowe and M. Stewart (1999). A combined tracer-hydrometric approach to assessing the effects of catchment scale on water flowpaths, source and age. International Association of Hydrological Sciences, Publication 258: 265-274.

Brown, V.A. J.J. McDonnell, D.A. Burns and C. Kendall (1999). The role of event water, rapid shallow flowpaths and catchment size in summer stormflow. Journal of Hydrology, 217: 171-190.

McIntosh, J., J.J. McDonnell and N.E. Peters (1999). The effects of preferential flow on soil water and conservative solute transport in large intact field cores. Hydrological Processes, 13: 139-155.

1998

McDonnell, J.J. and C. Kendall (1998). Isotope Tracers in Catchment Hydrology: Preface,  In Kendall C. and McDonnell (eds). Isotope Tracers in Catchment Hydrology, Elsevier Science Publishers, pp. 1-9.

McDonnell, J.J., D. Brammer, C. Kendall, N. Hjerdt, L. Rowe, M. Stewart and R. Woods (1998). Flow pathways on steep forested hillslopes: The tracer, tensiometer and trough approach. In Tani et al. (eds). Environmental Forest Science, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 463-474.

McDonnell, J., B. McGlynn, K. Kendall, J. Shanley and C. Kendall (1998). The role of near-stream riparian zones in the hydrology of steep upland catchments.International Association of Hydrological Sciences, Publication 248: 173-180.

Richey, D.G., J.J. McDonnell, M. Erbe and T. Hurd (1998). Hydrograph separations based on chemical and istopic concentrations: a critical appraisal of published studies from New Zealand, North America and Europe. Journal of Hydrology (New Zealand), 37(2): 95-111.

Hooper, R., B. Aulenbach, D. Burns, J.J. McDonnell, J. Freer, C. Kendall and K. Beven (1998). Riparian control of streamwater chemistry: Implications for hydrochemical basin models.  International Association of Hydrological Sciences, Publication 248: 451-458.

Burns, D.A. and J.J. McDonnell (1998). Effects of a beaver pond on runoff processes: comparison of two headwater catchments. Journal of Hydrology, 205: 248-264.

Becker, A. and J.J. McDonnell (1998). Topographical and ecological controls of runoff generation and lateral flows in mountain catchments. International Association of Hydrological Sciences, IAHS Publication 248: 199-206.

Burns, D., R. Hooper, C. Kendall, J. Freer, J. McDonnell, K. Beven (1998). Base cation concentrations in subsurface flow from a forested hillslope: The role of flushing frequency. Water Resources Research, 34(12): 3535-3544. 

1997

Freer, J., J.J. McDonnell, K. Beven, D. Brammer, D. Burns, R. Hooper, C. Kendal (1997).Topographic controls on subsurface stormflow at the hillslope scale for two hydrologically distinct catchments. Hydrological Processes, Re-published by Wiley as part of AGU Special Issue pp. 117-122. 

McDonnell, J.J. (1997). Comment on "The changing spatial variability of subsurface flow across a hillside" by R. Woods and L. Rowe. Journal of Hydrology (NZ), 36(1): 97-100.

Freer, J., J.J. McDonnell, D. Brammer, K. Beven, R. Hooper, D. Burns (1997).Topographic controls on subsurface stormflow at the hillslope scale for two hydrologically distinct catchments. Advances in Hydrological Processes (Beven, ed), John Wiley and Sons, pp. 339-344.

Sun, C., C. Neale, J.J. McDonnell and H. Cheng (1997). Monitoring land-surface snow conditions from SSM/I data using an artificial neural network classifier. IEEE Trans. Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 35(4): 801-809.

McDonnell, J.J. (1997). The ranking of water resources journals. EOS, Transactions American Geophysical Union., 78(20): 718.

Cirmo, C. and J.J. McDonnell (1997). Linking the hydrologic and biogeochemical controls of nitrogen transport in near-stream zones of temperate-forested catchments: a review. Journal of Hydrology, 199: 88-120.

1996

McDonnell, J.J., J. Freer, R. Hooper, C. Kendall, D. Burns and K. Beven (1996). New method developed for studying flow on hillslopes. EOS, 77(47): 465-472.

Sun, C., C. Neale and J.J. McDonnell (1996). Snow wetness estimates of vegetated terrain from satellite passive microwave data. Hydrological Processes, 10(12):1619-1628.

Sun, C., C. Neale, J.J. McDonnell and H. Cheng (1996). Snow classification from SSM/I over varied terrain using an artificial neural network classifier. International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS=96), Remote Sensing for a Sustainable Future, pp. 133-135.

Sun, C., C. Neale and J.J. McDonnell (1996). Snow wetness from SSM/I data over varied terrain using an artificial neural network. Proc. Eastern Snow Conference, 6pp.

Sun, C., C. Neale and J.J. McDonnell (1996). The potential of using artificial neural network in estimation of snow water equivalent from SSM/I data. AGU Hydrology Days, Fort Collins, CO, June 1996, 11pg.

McDonnell, J.J., S. Stribling, B. Neville, D. Leopold (eds.) (1996). Watershed Restoration Management: Physical, Chemical and Biological Considerations. American Water Resources Association, 514p.

McDonnell, J.J., D. Leopold, B. Neville, S. Stribling (eds.) (1996). New York City Water Supply Studies. American Water Resources Association, 174p.

Perlitsh, S., J.J. McDonnell, H. Green, S. Perlitsh, B. Hill, D. Borchert and S. Marino (1996). A comparison of measured and modeled water flow and quality from three suburban catchments. In: McDonnell, J.J., D. Leopold, B. Neville, S. Stribling (eds.) (1996). New York City Water Supply Studies. American Water Resources Association, pp. 49-60.

Borchert, D., S. Marino, S. Perlitsh, H. Green and J. McDonnell (1996). Testing the effectiveness of BMPÂ’s using urban stormwater models: Project overview. In: McDonnell, J.J., D. Leopold, B. Neville, S. Stribling (eds.) (1996). New York City Water Supply Studies. American Water Resources Association, pp. 37-48.

1995

O'Neill, M.P. and J.J. McDonnell (1995). Effects of Soil Moisture Dynamics on Slope Failure At Hyrum Reservior, Utah. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 20, 243-253. 

McDonnell, J.J. and M. Taratoot (1995). Soil pipe effects on pore pressure dissipation and redistribution in low permeability soils. Geotechnical Engineering, 26(2): 53-61.

Tarboton, D.G., T. Jackson, J.Z. Liu, C. Neale, K. Cooley and J.J. McDonnell (1995). A grid based distributed hydrologic model: testing against data from the Reynold's Creek experimental watershed. Proc. American Meteorological Society, Conference on Hydrology, pp. 79-85.

Sun, C., C. Neale and J.J. McDonnell (1995). Relationship between snow wetness and air temperature and its use in the development of an SSM/I snow wetness algorithm. Proceedings AGU 15th Annual Hydrology Days, pp. 271-280.

Unnikrishna, P.V., J.J. McDonnell, D.G. Tarboton, C. Kendall and K. Cooley (1995). Stable isotope tracing as a tool for testing assumptions in a grid based distributed hydrologic model. Proc. American Meteorological Society, Conference on Hydrology, pp. 86-91.

Sauter, K.A. and J.J. McDonnell (1995). An automated approach for measuring snow surface energy exchanges in mountainous terrain. Hydrological Processes, 10: 45-54 (re-published by Wiley as part of special 10th Anniversary Issue). 

Unnikrishna, P.V., J.J. McDonnell, D. Tarboton and C. Kendall (1995). Isotopic analysis of hydrologic processes in a small semi-arid catchment. International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication 229: 295-304.

Harris, D.M., J.J. McDonnell and A. Rodhe (1995). Hydrograph separation using continuous open-system isotopic mixing. Water Resources Research., 31(1): 157-171. 

Sun, C., H. Cheng, J.J. McDonnell and C. Neale (1995). Identification of mountain snow cover using SSM/I and artificial neural network. Proc. IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, vol 5: 3451-3454

Brammer, D. and J.J. McDonnell (1995). An evolving perceptual model of hillslope hydrology at the Maimai catchment. In. M.G. Anderson, S. Brooks and T. Burt (eds). Advances in Hillslope Hydrology, John Wiley and Sons, pp. 35-60.

1994

McDonnell, J.J. (1994). Building an Earth System Science education program. In D. Waddington (ed) Global Change Education. NATO Advanced Sciences Institute Series, Springer-Verlag, pp. 137-142.

Unnikrishna, P.V., J.J. McDonnell and M.K. Stewart (1994). Soil water isotopic residence time modeling. In: S. Trudgill (ed), Solute Processes and Modeling, Wiley International, pp. 237-260.

Brammer, D., V. Brown, R. Houck, C. Kendall, J.J. McDonnell and A. Titus (1994). Effect of cover type on snow isotopic composition. Proc. 51st Eastern Snow Conference, pp. 105-114.

Brammer, D., V. Brown, R. Houck, C. Kendall, J.J. McDonnell and A. Titus (1994). Effect of cover type on snow isotopic composition. Proc. 51st Eastern Snow Conference, pp. 105-114.

1993

McDonnell, J.J. (1993). Electronic versus Fluid Multiplexing In Recording Tensiometer Systems.  Trans. Society Agricultural Engineers, 36(2): 459-462. 

Kendall, C. and J.J. McDonnell (1993). Effect of intrastorm isotopic heterogeneities of rainfall, soil water, and groundwater on runoff modeling. International Association of Hydrological Sciences, Publication 215: 41-48.

Harris, D. and J.J. McDonnell (1993). Soil moisture and vegetation response to climate change: Strategies for validating a watershed simulation model. Proc. American Meteorological Society, Conference on Hydrology, pp. 99-101.

1992

Sauter, K.A. and J.J. McDonnell, (1992).Prediction of snowmelt rates at a forested alpine site in Northern Utah, Proc. Western Snow Conference, Jackson Hole, April 1992, 10pp.

McDonnell, J.J. and C. Kendall (1992). Stable isotopes in catchment hydrology. EOS, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 73(24): 260-261.

McDonnell, J.J. and C. Kendall (1992). Stable isotopes in catchment hydrology. EOS, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 73(24): 260-261.

1991

McDonnell, J.J. (1991). A laboratory system for examining vegetation-induced rainfall infiltration. Bulletin of the Hydrographical Service of Austria (Mitteilungsblatt des Hydrographischen Dienstes in Osterreich), 65/66:217-220.

McDonnell, J.J. (1991). Preferential flow as a control of stormflow response and water chemistry in a small forested watershed, In: T.J. Gish and A. Shirmohammadi (eds), Preferential Flow, American Society of Agricultural Engineers, pp. 50-58.

McDonnell, J.J. (1991). USA-USSR issues in environmental hydrology. The Professional Geographer, 43:106-107.

Hawkins, C., J. Dobrowolski, J.J. McDonnell and M. O'Neill (1991). Interdisciplinary education in watershed science: A Natural Resources perspective. In: J.A. Raynal (ed), Hydrology and Water Resources Education, Training and Management, Water Resources Publications, Littleton, Colorado, pp. 249-254.

McDonnell, J.J., M.K. Stewart and I.F. Owens (1991). Effects of catchment-scale subsurface watershed mixing on stream isotopic response. Water Resources Research, 27(12): 3065-3073. 

Stewart, M.K. and J.J. McDonnell (1991). Modeling baseflow soil water residence times from deuterium concentrations. Water Resources Research, 27(10):2681-2694. 

McDonnell, J.J., I.F. Owens and M.K. Stewart (1991). A case study of shallow flow paths in a steep zero-order basin. Water Resources Bulletin, 27(4):679-685.  

1990

McDonnell, J.J. (1990). The influence of macropores on debris flow initiation. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology, London, 23:325-332.

McDonnell, J.J. (1990). A rationale for old water discharge through macropores in a steep, humid catchment. Water Resources Research, 26(11)2821-2832. 

McDonnell, J.J., M. Bonell, M.K. Stewart and A.J. Pearce (1990). Deuterium variations in storm rainfall: Implications for stream hydrograph separation. Water Resources Research, 26: 455-458. 

1987

McDonnell, J.J. and J.M. Buttle (1987). On improving temperature-index snowmelt models in small watersheds. Hydrological Science and Technology, 3(1-2):53-59.

McDonnell, J.J. and C.H. Taylor (1987). Surface and subsurface water movement during snowmelt on a small Precambrian Shield watershed. Atmosphere-Ocean, 25(3), 251-266.

Buttle, J.M. and J.J. McDonnell (1987). Modeling the areal depletion of snowcover in a forested catchment. Journal of Hydrology, 90:43-60.

1986

McDonnell, J.J. and C.H. Taylor (1986). Effects of varying snowpack and watershed conditions on snowmelt runoff response. Proceedings 42nd Eastern Snow Conference, June 1985, Montreal, pp. 262-266.

Buttle, J.M. and J.J. McDonnell (1986). Snowpack depletion in a forested watershed. Proceedings 42nd Eastern Snow Conference, June 1985, Montreal, pp. 267-271.