Physics-based hydrologic-response simulation: foundation for hydroecology and hydrogeomorphology

  • INVITED COMMENTARY, Keith M. Loague, +6 authors Joel E. VanderKwaak
  • Published 2006


Two emerging and important disciplines within the large science of hydrology are hydroecology (Eagleson, 2002; Rodriguez-Iturbe and Porporato, 2004) and hydrogeomorphology (Sidle and Onda, 2004), each requiring an integrated understanding of hydrologic response at the surface and within the variably saturated subsurface. Obviously, the most useful tool for… (More)


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@inproceedings{COMMENTARY2006PhysicsbasedHS, title={Physics-based hydrologic-response simulation: foundation for hydroecology and hydrogeomorphology}, author={INVITED COMMENTARY and Keith M. Loague and Christopher S. Heppner and Benjamin B. Mirus and Brian A. Ebel and Qihua Ran and Adrianne E. Carr and Susan H. BeVille and Joel E. VanderKwaak}, year={2006} }