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Edited By: Professor Keith RJ Smettem

Impact Factor: 2.138

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 18/85 (Water Resources); 64/149 (Ecology); 94/225 (Environmental Sciences)

Online ISSN: 1936-0592

Just Published Articles

  1. Interactive effects of waterlogging and atmospheric CO2 concentration on gas exchange, growth and functional traits of Australian riparian tree seedlings

    James R. Lawson, Kirstie A. Fryirs and Michelle R. Leishman

    Accepted manuscript online: 19 OCT 2016 10:05PM EST | DOI: 10.1002/eco.1803

  2. Classification of California streams using combined deductive and inductive approaches: setting the foundation for analysis of hydrologic alteration

    Matthew I. Pyne, Daren M. Carlisle, Cristopher P. Konrad and Eric D. Stein

    Accepted manuscript online: 19 OCT 2016 10:05PM EST | DOI: 10.1002/eco.1802

  3. The absorption and evaporation of water vapor by epiphytes in an old-growth Douglas-fir forest during the seasonal summer dry season: Implications for the canopy energy budget

    Thomas G. Pypker, Michael H. Unsworth, John T. Van Stan II and Barbara J. Bond

    Accepted manuscript online: 19 OCT 2016 08:35PM EST | DOI: 10.1002/eco.1801

  4. Spatial clusters and temporal trends of seasonal surface soil moisture across China in responses to regional climate and land cover changes

    Xiuzhi Chen, Xiaodong Liu, Zhiyong Liu, Ping Zhou, Guoyi Zhou, Jishan Liao and Liyang Liu

    Accepted manuscript online: 18 OCT 2016 04:21AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/eco.1800

  5. Impacts of beaver dams on channel hydraulics and substrate characteristics in a mountain stream

    T. L. Stout, M. Majerova and B. T. Neilson

    Version of Record online: 14 OCT 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/eco.1767



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Prefaces for Ecohydrology Special Issues are free to access on Wiley Online Library:

July 2015
Restoring functional riparian ecosystems: concepts and applications
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December 2013
Ecohydrology of the inland river basins in the Northwestern Arid Region of China
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August 2013
Ecohydraulics: linkages between hydraulics, morphodynamics and ecological processes in rivers
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March 2012
Ecohydrologic connections and complexities in drylands: new perspectives for understanding transformative landscape change
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July 2011
Ecohydrology on the edge
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March 2011
Forest Ecohydrological Processes in a Changing Environment
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December 2010
Biohydrology - coupling biology and soil hydrology from pores to landscapes
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June 2010
Coupled Ecological-Hydrological Processes
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September 2009
The National Sedimentation Laboratory: 50 years of soil and water research in a changing agricultural environment
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September 2008
Mountain Ecohydrology: Quantifying the role of vegetation in the water balance of montane catchments
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Ecohydrology Invited Commentaries

To challenge paradigms, question assumptions, prioritize needs and enhance interdisciplinary dialogue. If you have any queries or wish to submit a commentary please email Professor David Breshears at

Fifty years since Monteith's 1965 seminal paper: the emergence of global ecohydrology
A. Johannes Dolman1, Diego G. Miralles and Richard A.M. de Jeu

Hydraulic redistribution by plants and nutrient stoichiometry: Shifts under global change
Jordi Sardans and Josep Peñuelas

From random variability to ordered structures: a search for general synthesis in ecohydrology
Amilcare Porporato, Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe

Is ecohydrology missing much of the zoo?
Cherie J. Westbrook, William Veatch and Alasdair Morrison

Less bluster ahead? Ecohydrological implications of global trends of terrestrial near-surface wind speeds
Tim R. McVicar, Michael L. Roderick, Randall J. Donohue, Thomas G. Van Niel


Ecohydrology Letters is a section for rapid dissemination of the most novel and timely research in ecohydrology that has broad and immediate international appeal. Ecohydrology letters are concise papers that merit urgent publication of exciting findings and have a strict 5000 word (five page) limit with no more than 25 references. Letters should contribute directly to advancing ecohydrological knowledge internationally and fit within the scope of the journal as determined by the editorial board.

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