Brian McGlynn
TitleCited byYear
The role of topography on catchment‐scale water residence time
KJ McGuire, JJ McDonnell, M Weiler, C Kendall, BL McGlynn, JM Welker, ...
Water Resources Research 41 (5), 2005
5912005
Catchment classification and hydrologic similarity
T Wagener, M Sivapalan, P Troch, R Woods
Geography compass 1 (4), 901-931, 2007
5392007
The future of hydrology: An evolving science for a changing world
T Wagener, M Sivapalan, PA Troch, BL McGlynn, CJ Harman, HV Gupta, ...
Water Resources Research 46 (5), 2010
4392010
Hydrologic connectivity between landscapes and streams: Transferring reach‐and plot‐scale understanding to the catchment scale
KG Jencso, BL McGlynn, MN Gooseff, SM Wondzell, KE Bencala, ...
Water Resources Research 45 (4), 2009
4072009
A new triangular multiple flow direction algorithm for computing upslope areas from gridded digital elevation models
J Seibert, BL McGlynn
Water Resources Research 43 (4), 2007
3092007
Quantifying the relative contributions of riparian and hillslope zones to catchment runoff
BL McGlynn, JJ McDonnell
Water Resources Research 39 (11), 2003
2872003
Role of discrete landscape units in controlling catchment dissolved organic carbon dynamics
BL McGlynn, JJ McDonnell
Water Resources Research 39 (4), 2003
2792003
A review of the evolving perceptual model of hillslope flowpaths at the Maimai catchments, New Zealand
BL McGlynn, JJ McDonnel, DD Brammer
Journal of Hydrology 257 (1-4), 1-26, 2002
2642002
Distributed assessment of contributing area and riparian buffering along stream networks
BL McGlynn, J Seibert
Water resources research 39 (4), 2003
1992003
Scale effects on headwater catchment runoff timing, flow sources, and groundwater‐streamflow relations
BL McGlynn, JJ McDonnell, J Seibert, C Kendall
Water Resources Research 40 (7), 2004
1912004
How does rainfall become runoff? A combined tracer and runoff transfer function approach
M Weiler, BL McGlynn, KJ McGuire, JJ McDonnell
Water Resources Research 39 (11), 2003
1912003
Hierarchical controls on runoff generation: Topographically driven hydrologic connectivity, geology, and vegetation
KG Jencso, BL McGlynn
Water Resources Research 47 (11), 2011
1902011
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
Channel water balance and exchange with subsurface flow along a mountain headwater stream in Montana, United States
RA Payn, MN Gooseff, BL McGlynn, KE Bencala, SM Wondzell
Water Resources Research 45 (11), 2009
1582009
Hillslope hydrologic connectivity controls riparian groundwater turnover: Implications of catchment structure for riparian buffering and stream water sources
KG Jencso, BL McGlynn, MN Gooseff, KE Bencala, SM Wondzell
Water Resources Research 46 (10), 2010
1542010
Riparian zone flowpath dynamics during snowmelt in a small headwater catchment
BL McGlynn, JJ McDonnell, JB Shanley, C Kendall
Journal of Hydrology 222 (1-4), 75-92, 1999
1511999
Diurnal hysteresis between soil CO2 and soil temperature is controlled by soil water content
DA Riveros‐Iregui, RE Emanuel, DJ Muth, BL McGlynn, HE Epstein, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (17), 2007
1372007
The river as a chemostat: fresh perspectives on dissolved organic matter flowing down the river continuum
IF Creed, DM McKnight, BA Pellerin, MB Green, BA Bergamaschi, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72 (8), 1272-1285, 2015
1122015
Investigating controls on the thermal sensitivity of Pennsylvania streams
C Kelleher, T Wagener, M Gooseff, B McGlynn, K McGuire, L Marshall
Hydrological Processes 26 (5), 771-785, 2012
1102012
Stream gains and losses across a mountain‐to‐valley transition: Impacts on watershed hydrology and stream water chemistry
TP Covino, BL McGlynn
Water Resources Research 43 (10), 2007
1072007
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