Stewart MK
Stewart MK
Emeritus Scientist of Aquifer Dynamics & GNS Science
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TitleCited byYear
Storm runoff generation in humid headwater catchments: 1. Where does the water come from?
AJ Pearce, MK Stewart, MG Sklash
Water Resources Research 22 (8), 1263-1272, 1986
5671986
Stable isotope fractionation due to evaporation and isotopic exchange of falling waterdrops: Applications to atmospheric processes and evaporation of lakes
MK Stewart
Journal of Geophysical Research 80 (9), 1133-1146, 1975
4181975
Storm runoff generation in humid headwater catchments: 2. A case study of hillslope and low‐order stream response
MG Sklash, MK Stewart, AJ Pearce
Water Resources Research 22 (8), 1273-1282, 1986
3621986
Deuterium variations in storm rainfall: Implications for stream hydrograph separation
JJ McDonnell, M Bonell, MK Stewart, AJ Pearce
Water Resources Research 26 (3), 455-458, 1990
3111990
How old is streamwater? Open questions in catchment transit time conceptualization, modelling and analysis
JJ McDonnell, K McGuire, P Aggarwal, KJ Beven, D Biondi, G Destouni, ...
Hydrological Processes 24 (12), 1745-1754, 2010
2632010
Effect of catchment‐scale subsurface mixing on stream isotopic response
JJ McDonnell, MK Stewart, IF Owens
Water Resources Research 27 (12), 3065-3073, 1991
2241991
Modeling base flow soil water residence times from deuterium concentrations
MK Stewart, JJ McDonnell
Water Resources Research 27 (10), 2681-2693, 1991
2221991
Processes controlling the isotopic composition of steam and water discharges from steam vents and steam-heated pools in geothermal areas
WF Giggenbach, MK Stewart
Geothermics 11 (2), 71-80, 1982
2051982
On the relationships between catchment scale and streamwater mean residence time
B McGlynn, J McDonnell, M Stewart, J Seibert
Hydrological Processes 17 (1), 175-181, 2003
1702003
Truncation of stream residence time: how the use of stable isotopes has skewed our concept of streamwater age and origin
MK Stewart, U Morgenstern, JJ McDonnell
Hydrological Processes 24 (12), 1646-1659, 2010
1352010
Geochemical structure and position of the Waiotapu geothermal field, New Zealand
WF Giggenbach, DS Sheppard, BW Robinson, MK Stewart, GL Lyon
Geothermics 23 (5-6), 599-644, 1994
1281994
Dating of streamwater using tritium in a post nuclear bomb pulse world: continuous variation of mean transit time with streamflow
U Morgenstern, MK Stewart, R Stenger
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 14 (11), 2289-2301, 2010
1192010
Chronic dehydration and sodium depletion in patients with established ileostomies
AM Clarke, A Chirnside, GL Hill, G Pope, MK Stewart
The Lancet 290 (7519), 740-743, 1967
991967
Environmental isotopes in New Zealand hydrology 1 introduction: The role of oxygen—18
MK Stewart, CB Taylor
New Zealand journal of science 24, 295-311, 1981
851981
Deuterium fractionation between aqueous salt solutions and water vapor
MK Stewart, I Friedman
Journal of Geophysical Research 80 (27), 3812-3818, 1975
851975
Sources and flow of north Canterbury plains groundwater, New Zealand
CB Taylor, DD Wilson, LJ Brown, MK Stewart, RJ Burden, GW Brailsford
Journal of hydrology 106 (3-4), 311-340, 1989
731989
The identification of runoff‐production mechanisms using environmental isotopes in a tussock grassland catchment, eastern Otago, New Zealand
M Bonell, AJ Pearce, MK Stewart
Hydrological Processes 4 (1), 15-34, 1990
651990
A CASE STUDY OF SHALLOW FLOW PATHS IN A STEEP ZERO‐ORDER BASIN1
JJ McDonnell, IF Owens, MK Stewart
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 27 (4), 679-685, 1991
611991
A combined tracer-hydrometric approach to assess the effect of catchment scale on water flow path, source and age
J McDonnell, L Rowe, M Stewart
IAHS PUBLICATION, 265-274, 1999
571999
Chemical and isotopic changes in the hydrology of the Tauhara geothermal field due to exploitation at Wairakei
RW Henley, MK Stewart
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 15 (4), 285-314, 1983
571983
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