Storage dynamics in hydropedological units control hillslope connectivity, runoff generation, and the evolution of catchment transit time distributions

@inproceedings{Tetzlaff2014StorageDI,
  title={Storage dynamics in hydropedological units control hillslope connectivity, runoff generation, and the evolution of catchment transit time distributions},
  author={Doerthe Tetzlaff and Christian Birkel and Jan Dick and Josie Geris and Chris Soulsby},
  booktitle={Water resources research},
  year={2014}
}
We examined the storage dynamics and isotopic composition of soil water over 12 months in three hydropedological units in order to understand runoff generation in a montane catchment. The units form classic catena sequences from freely draining podzols on steep upper hillslopes through peaty gleys in shallower lower slopes to deeper peats in the riparian zone. The peaty gleys and peats remained saturated throughout the year, while the podzols showed distinct wetting and drying cycles. In this… CONTINUE READING
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