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- Modelling inorganic nitrogen leaching in nested mesoscale catchments in central Germany
Sanyuan Jiang, Seifeddine Jomaa and Michael Rode
Accepted manuscript online: 3 DEC 2013 11:24PM EST | DOI: 10.1002/eco.1462
- Rainfall partitioning, tree form and measurement scale: A comparison of two co-occurring, morphologically distinct tree species in a semi-arid environment
Brooke A. Swaffer, Kate L. Holland, Tanya M. Doody and John Hutson
Accepted manuscript online: 3 DEC 2013 07:41PM EST | DOI: 10.1002/eco.1461
- Water use efficiency of annual-dominated and bunchgrass-dominated savanna intercanopy space
Erik P. Hamerlynck, Russell L. Scott, Michelle L. Cavanaugh and Greg Barron-Gafford
Article first published online: 3 DEC 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/eco.1452
- Effect of reservoir-derived plankton released from dams on particulate organic matter composition in a tailwater river (Uji River, Japan): source partitioning using stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen
Giyoung Ock and Yasuhiro Takemon
Article first published online: 3 DEC 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/eco.1448
- Impacts of seasonality and surface heterogeneity on water-use efficiency in mesic grasslands
N. A. Brunsell, J. B. Nippert and T. L. Buck
Article first published online: 2 DEC 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/eco.1455
Ecohydraulics: linkages between hydraulics, morphodynamics and ecological processes in rivers
The articles in this issue are a selection of the 15 main presentations made at the EUROMECH Colloquium 523 ‘Ecohydraulics: linkages between hydraulics, morphodynamics and ecological processes in rivers’ that was organized in Clermont-Ferrand, France, from 15 to 17 June 2011.
The articles in this special issue are arranged in two parts. The first part deals with two particularly rapidly developing and vexing examples of transformative landscape change: forest die-off and invasion by non-native grasses. Both have resulted in land-cover changes that are large-scale, quite rapid and in many instances, unanticipated. The second part of this special issue comprises articles that focus on understanding and predicting the effects of transformative landscape change.
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To challenge paradigms, question assumptions, prioritize needs and enhance interdisciplinary dialogue.
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
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