Julian Klaus
Julian Klaus
Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology - Environmental Research and Innovation Department
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TitleCited byYear
Hydrograph separation using stable isotopes: Review and evaluation
J Klaus, JJ McDonnell
Journal of Hydrology 505, 47-64, 2013
2832013
Recent climate trends and implications for water resources in the Catskill Mountain region, New York, USA
DA Burns, J Klaus, MR McHale
Journal of Hydrology 336 (1-2), 155-170, 2007
1792007
Macropore flow of old water revisited: experimental insights from a tile-drained hillslope
J Klaus, E Zehe, M Elsner, C Külls, JJ McDonnell
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (1), 103-118, 2013
862013
Analysis of long-term stable isotopic composition in German precipitation
C Stumpp, J Klaus, W Stichler
Journal of Hydrology 517, 351-361, 2014
582014
Ecohydrological interfaces as hot spots of ecosystem processes
S Krause, J Lewandowski, NB Grimm, DM Hannah, G Pinay, K McDonald, ...
Water Resources Research 53 (8), 6359-6376, 2017
502017
Modelling rapid flow response of a tile‐drained field site using a 2D physically based model: assessment of ‘equifinal’model setups
J Klaus, E Zehe
Hydrological processes 24 (12), 1595-1609, 2010
492010
Bedrock geology controls on catchment storage, mixing, and release: A comparative analysis of 16 nested catchments
L Pfister, N Martínez‐Carreras, C Hissler, J Klaus, GE Carrer, MK Stewart, ...
Hydrological Processes 31 (10), 1828-1845, 2017
412017
Temporal dynamics of catchment transit times from stable isotope data
J Klaus, KP Chun, KJ McGuire, JJ McDonnell
Water Resources Research 51 (6), 4208-4223, 2015
412015
Linking spatial earthworm distribution to macropore numbers and hydrological effectiveness
L van Schaik, J Palm, J Klaus, E Zehe, B Schröder
Ecohydrology 7 (2), 401-408, 2014
402014
Where does streamwater come from in low-relief forested watersheds? A dual-isotope approach
J Klaus, JJ McDonnell, CR Jackson, E Du, NA Griffiths
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 2015
362015
A new multisource and high‐frequency approach to measuring δ2H and δ18O in hydrological field studies
LA Pangle, J Klaus, ESF Berman, M Gupta, JJ McDonnell
Water Resources Research 49 (11), 7797-7803, 2013
292013
A novel explicit approach to model bromide and pesticide transport in connected soil structures
J Klaus, E Zehe
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 15 (7), 2127-2144, 2011
292011
Interflow dynamics on a low relief forested hillslope: Lots of fill, little spill
E Du, CR Jackson, J Klaus, JJ McDonnell, NA Griffiths, MF Williamson, ...
Journal of hydrology 534, 648-658, 2016
252016
On the value of surface saturated area dynamics mapped with thermal infrared imagery for modeling the hillslope‐riparian‐stream continuum
B Glaser, J Klaus, S Frei, J Frentress, L Pfister, L Hopp
Water Resources Research 52 (10), 8317-8342, 2016
232016
Controls of event-based pesticide leaching in natural soils: A systematic study based on replicated field scale irrigation experiments
J Klaus, E Zehe, M Elsner, J Palm, D Schneider, B Schröder, S Steinbeiss, ...
Journal of hydrology 512, 528-539, 2014
232014
Evaluating the recharge mechanism of the Lower Kuiseb Dune area using mixing cell modeling and residence time data
J Klaus, C Külls, O Dahan
Journal of Hydrology 358 (3-4), 304-316, 2008
222008
Storage controls on the generation of double peak hydrographs in a forested headwater catchment
N Martínez-Carreras, C Hissler, L Gourdol, J Klaus, J Juilleret, JF Iffly, ...
Journal of Hydrology 543, 255-269, 2016
172016
A tracer to bridge the scales: on the value of diatoms for tracing fast flow path connectivity from headwaters to meso‐scale catchments
J Klaus, CE Wetzel, N Martínez‐Carreras, L Ector, L Pfister
Hydrological Processes 29 (25), 5275-5289, 2015
172015
Ideas and perspectives: Tracing terrestrial ecosystem water fluxes using hydrogen and oxygen stable isotopes–challenges and opportunities from an interdisciplinary perspective
D Penna, L Hopp, F Scandellari, ST Allen, P Benettin, M Beyer, J Geris, ...
Biogeosciences, 2018
142018
Dual nitrate isotopes clarify the role of biological processing and hydrologic flow paths on nitrogen cycling in subtropical low‐gradient watersheds
NA Griffiths, CR Jackson, JJ McDonnell, J Klaus, E Du, MM Bitew
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 121 (2), 422-437, 2016
132016
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