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Identification of prevailing storm runoff generation mechanisms in an intensively cultivated catchment

. Water and solute transport in a cultivated silt loam soil: 1. Field observations. Vadose Zone J., 4, 3573-3586. Cox, C.A., Sarangi, A., Madramootoo, C.A., 2006. Effect of land management on runoff and soil losses from two small watersheds in St Lucia. Land Degrad. Dev., 17, 1, 55-72. Dahlke, H.E., Easton, Z.M., Lyon, W.L., Walter, M.T., Destouni, G., Steenhuis, T.S., 2011. Dissecting the variable source area concept - subsurface flow pathways and water mixing processes in a hillslope. J. Hydrol., 420-421, 125-141. Dorioz

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Variations in Hillslope Runoff as Detected Using Geological Strata Coupled with Vegetation Patterns- Implications on Spatially Distributed Desert Runoff Agriculture

climate-zone boundary changes during average, wet and drought years. Journal of Arid Environments 86, 28-42. Bruins H. J., Ore G., (2009). Runoff from loess or bedrock? Hillslope geoarcheology of ancient runoff farming systems at Horvat Haluqim and Har Eldad in the central Negev Desert. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences 57, 3-4, 85-114. Cohen, R., (1985). Israel archeological field survey- Sede Boqer west sheet (167). Israel Antiquities Authority, Jerusalem, Israel (in Hebrew). Dan, J., Yaalon, D.H., Koyumdjisky, H., Raz, Z., (1972). The soil

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Modelling Runoff on a Small Lowland Catchment, Hungarian Great Plains

. In.:Lundin, L-C (Ed.) Sustainable Water Management in the Baltic Sea Basin. The Waterscape. The Baltic University Programme, Uppsala University, 129-140. Makungo, R., Odiyo, J.O., Ndiritu, J.G., Mwaka, B. 2010. Rainfall- runoff modelling approach for ungauged catchments: A case study of Nzhelele River sub-quaternary catchment. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 35, 596-607. DOI: 10.1016/j.pce.2010.08.001 Marosi, S., Somogyi, S. (eds.) 1990. Magyarország kistájainak katasztere II. MTA FKI, Budapest 83-91. Mezosi, G

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Episodic runoff generation at Central European headwater catchments studied using water isotope concentration signals

piedmont catchment. Ground Water, 41, 7, 913–925. DOI: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2003.tb02434.x. Camacho Suarez, V.V., Saraiva Okello, A.M.L., Wenninger, J. W., Uhlenbrook, S., 2015. Understanding runoff processes in a semi-arid environment through isotope and hydrochemical hydrograph separations. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 19, 4183–4199. Cislerova, M., Sanda, M., Blazkova, S., Mazac, O., Grünwald, A., Zeithammerova, J., Tacheci, P., 1998. Ecological aspects of the water resources protection: Transport processes in a watershed affected by abrupt changes of runoff

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Modis Snowline Elevation Changes During Snowmelt Runoff Events in Europe

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GIS-based Approach to Estimate Surface Runoff in Small Catchments: A Case Study

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Conceptual model building inspired by field-mapped runoff generation mechanisms

hydrological modelling? Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 5, 1-12. Beven, K.J., 2006. A manifesto for the equifinality thesis. Journal of Hydrology, 320, 1-2, 18-36. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2005.07.007. Blöschl, G., 2005. Rainfall-runoff modeling of ungauged catchments. In: Anderson, M.G. (Ed.): Encyclopedia of Hydrological Sciences. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, pp. 2061-2080. Blöschl, G., 2006. Hydrologic synthesis: Across processes, places, and scales. Water Resources Research, 42, 3, W03S02. DOI: 10.1029/2005WR004319

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Assessment of the relation between atmospheric precipitation and rainwater runoff for various urban surfaces

References ARNOLD Ch.L.Jr, GIBBONS C.J. 1996. Impervious surface coverage: The emergence of a key environmental indicator. Journal of the American Planning Association. Vol. 62. No. 2 p. 243-258. BARRON O.V., POLLOCK D., DAWES W. 2011. Evaluation of catchment contributing areas and storm runoff in flat terrain subject to urbanisation. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. No. 15 p. 547-559. BLAIR A., LOVELACE S., SANGER D., HOLLAND A.F., VANDIVER L., WHITE S. 2014. Exploring impacts of development and climate

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Impact of slurry application method on phosphorus loss in runoff from grassland soils during periods of high soil moisture content

management practices need to be adopted to minimise the risk of P being lost once manure is applied. The system of applying slurry can influence P losses in surface runoff, with Withers et al . (2003) highlighting that surface runoff can contribute 50–98% of the measured P loads for sites receiving surface applications of manure or fertilisers. While Lalor et al . (2011 , 2104) have evaluated the impact of the trailing shoe technique under Irish conditions on nitrogen recovery and NH 3 emissions, its impact on P loss was not evaluated. However, in a recent plot scale

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Application of Conceptual Rainfall-Runoff Model METQ for Simulation of Daily Runoff and Water Level: The case of the Lake Burtnieks Watershed

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