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- Husic, A.; Fox, J.; Adams, E.; Backus, J.; Pollock, E.; Ford, W.; Agouridis, C.
- Environmental earth sciences 2019 v.78 no.1 pp. 36
- hurricanes; hydrograph; karsts; macropores; micropores; models; nitrates; nutrient content; porosity; rain; rivers; runoff; stable isotopes; streams; temperate zones; temperature; topography; tropics; watersheds; Kentucky
- ... Atmospheric rivers and tropical cyclones originate in the tropics and can transport high rainfall amounts to inland temperate regions. The purpose of this study was to investigate the response of nitrate (NO₃⁻) pathways, concentration peaks, and stable isotope (δ¹⁵NNO₃, δ¹⁸ONO₃, δ²HH₂O, δ¹⁸OH₂O, and δ¹³CDIC) measurements to these extreme events. A tropical cyclone and atmospheric river produced th ...
- Chang, Yong; Wu, Jichun; Jiang, Guanghui; Zhao, Xiaoer; Zhang, Qiang
- Environmental earth sciences 2019 v.78 no.1 pp. 13
- karsts; models; spatial variation; springs (water); watersheds
- ... Multi-model frameworks are widely used to identify the appropriate model structure for the study catchment. However, most frameworks mainly consider the process complexity of the model, and few of them consider the spatial complexity. In this paper, we investigated the appropriate model structure for a karst catchment from the aspect of spatial complexity. The purpose is twofold: (1) to investigat ...