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Abbott, B. W., V. Baranov, C. Mendoza-Lera, M. Nikolakopoulou, A. Harjung, T. Kolbe, M. N. Balasubramanian, et al. 2016. “Using Multi-Tracer Inference to Move Beyond Single-Catchment Ecohydrology.” Earth-Science Reviews 160: 19–42.

Abbott, B. W., K. L. Underwood, E. C. Seybold, D. Kincaid, S. D. Hamshaw, R. M. Lee, D. M. Rizzo, et al. 2022. “Resistance, Recovery, and Resilience: Rethinking the Three Rs of Survival in the Anthropocene.”

Abella, S. R., D. M. Gentilcore, and L. P. Chiquoine. 2021. “Resilience and Alternative Stable States After Desert Wildfires.” Ecological Monographs 91: e01432.

Ackerer, J., B. Jeannot, F. Delay, S. Weill, Y. Lucas, B. Fritz, D. Viville, and F. Chabaux. 2020. “Crossing Hydrological and Geochemical Modeling to Understand the Spatiotemporal Variability of Water Chemistry in a Headwater Catchment (Strengbach, France).” Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 24: 3111–33.

Ackerer, J., C. Steefel, F. Liu, R. Bart, M. Safeeq, A. O’Geen, C. Hunsaker, and R. Bales. 2020. “Determining How Critical Zone Structure Constrains Hydrogeochemical Behavior of Watersheds: Learning from an Elevation Gradient in California’s Sierra Nevada.” Frontiers in Water 2: 33.

Acuña, V., T. Datry, J. Marshall, D. Barceló, C. N. Dahm, A. Ginebreda, G. McGregor, S. Sabater, K. Tockner, and M. A. Palmer. 2014. “Why Should We Care About Temporary Waterways?” Science 343: 6175.

Adams, H. D., C. H. Luce, D. D. Breshears, C. D. Allen, M. Weiler, V. C. Hale, A. M. S. Smith, and T. E. Huxman. 2012. “Ecohydrological Consequences of Drought- and Infestation-Triggered Tree Die-Off: Insights and Hypotheses.” Ecohydrology 5: 145–59.

Adams, H. D., M. J. B. Zeppel, W. R. L. Anderegg, H. Hartmann, S. M. Landhäusser, D. T. Tissue, T. E. Huxman, et al. 2017. “A Multi-Species Synthesis of Physiological Mechanisms in Drought-Induced Tree Mortality.” Nature Ecology and Evolution 1: 1285–91.

Adams, R. E., and J. B. West. 2022. “Functional Groups Mask Inter- and Intraspecific Variation in Water Use Strategies in a Seasonally Dry Tropical Forest.” Frontiers in Water 4: 950346.

Addor, N., H. X. Do, C. Alvarez-Garreton, G. Coxon, K. Fowler, and P. A. Mendoza. 2020. “Large-Sample Hydrology: Recent Progress, Guidelines for New Datasets and Grand Challenges.” Hydrological Sciences Journal 65: 712–25.

Addor, N., G. Nearing, A. J. Newman, N. Le Vine, and M. P. Clark. 2018. “A Ranking of Hydrological Signatures Based on Their Predictability in Space.” Water Resources Research 54: 8792–8812.

Advani, M., G. Bunin, and P. Mehta. 2018. “Statistical Physics of Community Ecology: A Cavity Solution to MacArthur’s Consumer Resource Model.” Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment  : 033406.

AghaKouchak, A., A. Mirchi, K. Madani, G. Di Baldassarre, A. Nazemi, A. Alborzi, H. Anjileli, et al. 2021. “Anthropogenic Drought: Definition, Challenges, and Opportunities.” Reviews of Geophysics 59: e2019RG000683.

Akkermans, T., D. Lauwaet, M. Demuzere, G. Vogel, Y. Nouvellon, J. Ardö, B. Caquet, et al. 2012. “Validation and Comparison of Two Soil-Vegetation-Atmosphere Transfer Models for Tropical Africa.” Journal of Geophysical Research 117: G02013.

Ala-aho, P., C. Soulsby, O. S. Pokrovsky, S. N. Kirpotin, J. Karlsson, S. Serikova, S. N. Vorobyev, R. M. Manasypov, S. Loiko, and D. Tetzlaff. 2018. “Using Stable Isotopes to Assess Surface Water Source Dynamics and Hydrological Connectivity in a High-Latitude Wetland and Permafrost Influenced Landscape.” Journal of Hydrology 556: 279–93.

Alberti, M. 2015. “Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics in an Urbanizing Planet.” Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30: 114–26.

Albuja, G., and A. I. Ávila. 2021. “A Family of New Globally Convergent Linearization Schemes for Solving Richards’ Equation.” Applied Numerical Mathematics 159: 281–96.

Aleksejeva, J., G. Voulgaris, and A. Gasparatos. 2022. “Assessing the Potential of Strategic Green Roof Implementation for Green Infrastructure: Insights from Sumida Ward, Tokyo.” Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 74: 127632.

Alencar, P. H. L., and E. N. Paton. 2022. “How Do We Identify Flash Droughts? A Case Study in Central European Croplands.” Hydrology Research 53: 1150–65.

Ali, G. A., and A. G. Roy. 2010. “Shopping for Hydrologically Representative Connectivity Metrics in a Humid Temperate Forested Catchment.” Water Resources Research 46: W12544.

Alila, Y., P. K. Kuraś, M. Schnorbus, and R. Hudson. 2009. “Forests and Floods: A New Paradigm Sheds Light on Age-Old Controversies.” Water Resources Research 45: W08416.

Allen, C. D., D. D. Breshears, and N. G. McDowell. 2015. “On Underestimation of Global Vulnerability to Tree Mortality and Forest Die-Off from Hotter Drought in the Anthropocene.” Ecosphere 6: 129.

Allen, S. T., J. W. Kirchner, S. Braun, R. T. W. Siegwolf, and G. R. Goldsmith. 2019. “Seasonal Origins of Soil Water Used by Trees.” Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 23: 1199–1210.

Aly, M. M., N. H. Refay, H. Elattar, K. M. Morsy, E. R. Bandala, S. A. Zein, and M. K. Mostafa. 2022. “Ecohydrology and Flood Risk Management Under Climate Vulnerability in Relation to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): A Case Study in Nagaa Mobarak Village, Egypt.” Natural Hazards 112: 1107–35.

Amatulli, G., J. Garcia Marquez, T. Sethi, J. Kiesel, A. Grigoropoulou, M. M. Üblacker, L. Q. Shen, and S. Domisch. 2022. “Hydrography90m: A New High-Resolution Global Hydrographic Dataset.” Earth System Science Data 14: 4525–50.

Ameli, A. A., N. Amvrosiadi, T. Grabs, H. Laudon, I. F. Creed, J. J. McDonnell, and K. Bishop. 2016. “Hillslope Permeability Architecture Controls on Subsurface Transit Time Distribution and Flow Paths.” Journal of Hydrology 543A: 17–30.

Ameli, A. A., K. Beven, M. Erlandsson, I. F. Creed, J. J. McDonnell, and K. Bishop. 2016. “Primary Weathering Rates, Water Transit Times, and Concentration-Discharge Relations: A Theoretical Analysis for the Critical Zone.” Water Resources Research 53: 942–60.

Ameli, A. A., J. R. Craig, and J. J. McDonnell. 2015. “Are All Runoff Processes the Same? Numerical Experiments Comparing a Darcy–Richards Solver to an Overland Flow-Based Approach for Subsurface Storm Runoff Simulation.” Water Resources Research 51: 10008–28.

Ameli, A. A., C. Gabrielli, U. Morgenstern, and J. J. McDonnell. 2018. “Groundwater Subsidy from Headwaters to Their Parent Water Watershed: A Combined Field-Modeling Approach.” Water Resources Research 54: 5110–25.

Amenu, G. G., and P. Kumar. 2008. “A Model for Hydraulic Redistribution Incorporating Coupled Soil-Root Moisture Transport.” Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 12: 55–74.

Amin, A., G. Zuecco, C. Marchina, M. Engel, D. Penna, J. J. McDonnell, and M. Borga. 2021. “No Evidence of Isotopic Fractionation in Olive Trees (Olea europaea): A Stable Isotope Tracing Experiment.” Hydrological Sciences Journal 66: 2415–30.

An, H., and S. Yu. 2014. “Finite Volume Integrated Surface-Subsurface Flow Modeling on Nonorthogonal Grids.” Water Resources Research 50: 2312–28.

Andela, N., Y. Y. Liu, A. I. J. M. van Dijk, R. A. M. de Jeu, and T. R. McVicar. 2013. “Global Changes in Dryland Vegetation Dynamics (1988–2008) Assessed by Satellite Remote Sensing: Comparing a New Passive Microwave Vegetation Density Record with Reflective Greenness Data.” Biogeosciences 10: 6657–76.

Anderegg, W. R. L., O. S. Chegwidden, G. Badgley, A. T. Trugman, D. Cullenward, J. T. Abatzoglou, J. A. Hicke, J. Freeman, and J. J. Hamman. 2022. “Future Climate Risks from Stress, Insects and Fire Across Us Forests.” Ecology Letters 25: 1510–20.

Anderson, M. C., W. P. Kustas, and J. M. Norman. 2003. “Upscaling and Downscaling—a Regional View of the Soil–Plant–Atmosphere Continuum.” Agronomy Journal 95: 1408–23.

Anderson, R. S., H. Rajaram, and S. P. Anderson. 2018. “Climate Driven Coevolution of Weathering Profiles and Hillslope Topography Generates Dramatic Differences in Critical Zone Architecture.” Hydrological Processes 33: 4–19.

Antoine, M., M. Javaux, and C. Bielders. 2009. “What Indicators Can Capture Runoff-Relevant Connectivity Properties of the Micro-Topography at the Plot Scale?” Advances in Water Resources 32: 1297–1310.

Antoine, M., M. Javaux, and C. L. Bielders. 2011. “Integrating Subgrid Connectivity Properties of the Micro-Topography in Distributed Runoff Models, at the Interrill Scale.” Journal of Hydrology 403: 213–23.

Anton, D., and H. Wessels. 2022. “Physics-Informed Neural Networks for Material Model Calibraion from Full-Field Displacement Data.”

Antón-Fernández, C., and R. Astrup. 2022. “SiTree: A Framework to Implement Single-Tree Simulators.” SoftwareX 18: 100925.

Appels, W. M., P. W. Bogaart, and S. E. A. T. M. van der Zee. 2011. “Influence of Spatial Variations of Microtopography and Infiltration on Surface Runoff and Field Scale Hydrological Connectivity.” Advances in Water Resources 34: 303–13.

———. 2016. “Surface Runoff in Flat Terrain: How Field Topography and Runoff Generating Processes Control Hydrological Connectivity.” Journal of Hydrology 534: 493–504.

Araki, R., F. Branger, I. Wiekenkamp, and H. McMillan. 2022. “A Signature-Based Approach to Quantify Soil Moisture Dynamics Under Contrasting Land-Uses.” Hydrological Processes 36: e14553.

Ares, M. G., M. Varni, and C. Chagas. 2020. “Runoff Response of a Small Agricultural Basin in the Argentine Pampas Considering Connectivity Aspects.” Hydrological Processes 34: 3102–19.

Argles, A. P. K., J. R. Moore, C. Huntingford, A. J. Wiltshire, A. B. Harper, C. D. Jones, and P. M. Cox. 2020. “Robust Ecosystem Demography (RED version 1.0): A Parsimonious Approach to Modelling Vegetation Dynamics in Earth System Models.” Geoscientific Model Development 13: 4067–89.

Arora, B., M. Burrus, M. Newcomer, C. Steefel, R. W. H. Carroll, D. Dwivedi, W. Dong, K. H. Williams, and S. S. Hubbard. 2020. “Differential C-Q Analysis: A New Approach to Inferring Lateral Transport and Hydrologic Transients Within Multiple Reaches of a Mountainous Headwater Catchment.” Frontiers in Water 2: 24.

Arora, B., B. P. Mohanty, J. T. McGuire, and I. M. Cozzarelli. 2013. “Temporal Dynamics of Biogeochemical Processes at the Norman Landfill Site.” Water Resources Research 49: 6909–26.

Arora, V. 2002. “Modeling Vegetation as a Dynamic Component in Soil-Vegetation-Atmosphere Transfer Schemes and Hydrological Models.” Reviews of Geophysics 40: 3.

Asadollahi, M., M. F. Nehemy, J. J. McDonnell, A. Rinaldo, and P. Benettin. 2022. “Toward a Closure of Catchment Mass Balance: Insight on the Missing Link from a Vegetated Lysimeter.” Water Resources Research 58: e2021WR030698.

Asadollahi, M., C. Stumpp, A. Rinaldo, and P. Benettin. 2020. “Transport and Water Age Dynamics in Soils: A Comparative Study of Spatially Integrated and Spatially Explicit Models.” Water Resources Research 56: e2019WR025539.

Asbjornsen, H., G. R. Goldsmith, M. S. Alvarado-Barrientos, K. Rebel, F. P. Van Osch, M. Rietkerk, J. Chen, et al. 2011. “Ecohydrological Advances and Applications in Plant-Water Relations Research: A Review.” Journal of Plant Ecology 4: 3–22.

Asensio, M. I., and L. Ferragut. 2002. “On a Wildland Fire Model with Radiation.” International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 54: 137–57.

Assouline, S., S. E. Thompson, L. Chen, T. Svoray, S. Sela, and G. G. Katul. 2015. “The Dual Role of Soil Crusts in Desertification.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 120: 2108–19.

Atkinson, S. E., R. A. Woods, and M. Sivapalan. 2002. “Climate and Landscape Controls on Water Balance Model Complexity over Changing Timescales.” Water Resources Research 38: 1314.

Atmanspacher, H. 2016. “On Macrostates in Complex Multi-Scale Systems.” Entropy 18: 426.

Auerbach, D. A., B. P. Buchanan, A. V. Alexiades, E. P. Anderson, A. C. Encalada, E. I. Larson, R. A. McManamay, G. L. Poe, M. T. Walter, and A. S. Flecker. 2016. “Towards Catchment Classification in Data-Scarce Regions.” Ecohydrology 9: 1235–47.

Ault, T. R. 2020. “On the Essentials of Drought in a Changing Climate.” Science 368: 256–60.

Aurousseau, P., C. Gascuel-Odoux, H. Squividant, R. Trepos, F. Tortrat, and M. O. Cordier. 2009. “A Plot Drainage Network as a Conceptual Tool for the Spatial Representation of Surface Flow Pathways in Agricultural Catchments.” Computers & Geosciences 35: 276–88.

Austin, A. T., L. Yahdjian, J. M. Stark, J. Belnap, A. Porporato, U. Norton, D. A. Ravetta, and S. M. Schaeffer. 2004. “Water Pulses and Biogeochemical Cycles in Arid and Semiarid Ecosystems.” Oecologia 141: 221–35.

Avanzi, F., J. Rungee, T. Maurer, R. Bales, Q. Ma, S. Glaser, and M. Conklin. 2020. “Climate Elasticity of Evapotranspiration Shifts the Water Balance of Mediterranean Climates During Multi-Year Droughts.” Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 24: 4317–37.

Averill, C., B. L. Turner, and A. C. Finzi. 2014. “Mycorrhiza-Mediated Competition Between Plants and Decomposers Drives Soil Carbon Storage.” Nature 505: 543–45.

Ayanlade, A., M. I. Aigbiremolen, and O. R. Oladosu. 2021. “Variations in Urban Land Surface Temperature Intensity over Four Cities in Different Ecological Zones.” Scientific Reports 11: 20537.

Aytac, E. 2020. “Unsupervised Learning Approach in Defining the Similarity of Catchments: Hydrological Response Unit Based K-Means Clustering, a Demonstration on Western Black Sea Region of Turkey.” International Soil and Water Conservation Research 8: 321–31.

Baartman, J. E. M., A. J. A. M. Temme, and P. M. Saco. 2018. “The Effect of Landform Variation on Vegetation Patterning and Related Sediment Dynamics.” Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 43: 2121–35.

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———. 2022. “Forward and Inverse Modeling of Water Flow in Unsaturated Soils with Discontinuous Hydraulic Conductivities Using Physics-Informed Neural Networks with Domain Decomposition.” Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 26: 4469–95.

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