Holly Barnard
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Ecohydrologic separation of water between trees and streams in a Mediterranean climate
JR Brooks, HR Barnard, R Coulombe, JJ McDonnell
Nature Geoscience 3 (2), 100-104, 2010
The relationship between tree height and leaf area: sapwood area ratio
N McDowell, H Barnard, B Bond, T Hinckley, R Hubbard, H Ishii, ...
Oecologia 132 (1), 12-20, 2002
Age-related decline in forest ecosystem growth: an individual-tree, stand-structure hypothesis
D Binkley, JL Stape, MG Ryan, HR Barnard, J Fownes
Ecosystems 5 (1), 58-67, 2002
A test of the hydraulic limitation hypothesis in fast‐growing Eucalyptus saligna
HR Barnard, MG Ryan
Plant, Cell & Environment 26 (8), 1235-1245, 2003
The effect of fertilization on sap flux and canopy conductance in a Eucalyptus saligna experimental forest
RM Hubbard, MG Ryan, CP Giardina, H Barnard
Global Change Biology 10 (4), 427-436, 2004
Estimating the deep seepage component of the hillslope and catchment water balance within a measurement uncertainty framework
CB Graham, W Van Verseveld, HR Barnard, JJ McDonnell
Hydrological Processes 24 (25), 3631-3647, 2010
The nocturnal water cycle in an open‐canopy forest
M Berkelhammer, J Hu, A Bailey, DC Noone, CJ Still, H Barnard, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 118 (17), 10,225-10,242, 2013
Topography alters tree growth–climate relationships in a semi‐arid forested catchment
HR Adams, HR Barnard, AK Loomis
Ecosphere 5 (11), 1-16, 2014
Applying the dual-isotope conceptual model to interpret physiological trends under uncontrolled conditions
HR Barnard, JR Brooks, BJ Bond
Tree physiology 32 (10), 1183-1198, 2012
The role of stable isotopes in understanding rainfall interception processes: a review
ST Allen, RF Keim, HR Barnard, JJ McDonnell, J Renée Brooks
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 4 (1), e1187, 2017
The relative contributions of alpine and subalpine ecosystems to the water balance of a mountainous, headwater catchment
JF Knowles, AA Harpold, R Cowie, M Zeliff, HR Barnard, SP Burns, ...
Hydrological Processes 29 (22), 4794-4808, 2015
Ecohydrologic separation of water between trees and streams in a Mediterranean climate, Nat. Geosci., 3, 100–104
JR Brooks, HR Barnard, R Coulombe, JJ McDonnell, J Renée Brooks, ...
Mechanistic assessment of hillslope transpiration controls of diel subsurface flow: A steady‐state irrigation approach
HR Barnard, CB Graham, WJ Van Verseveld, JR Brooks, BJ Bond, ...
Ecohydrology: Ecosystems, Land and Water Process Interactions …, 2010
Climatic and landscape influences on soil moisture are primary determinants of soil carbon fluxes in seasonally snow-covered forest ecosystems
CM Stielstra, KA Lohse, J Chorover, JC McIntosh, GA Barron-Gafford, ...
Biogeochemistry 123 (3), 447-465, 2015
Catchment scale controls the temporal connection of transpiration and diel fluctuations in streamflow
CB Graham, HR Barnard, KL Kavanagh, JP McNamara
Hydrological Processes 27 (18), 2541-2556, 2013
Influence of leaching solution and catchment location on the fluorescence of water-soluble organic matter
RS Gabor, MA Burns, RH Lee, JB Elg, CJ Kemper, HR Barnard, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 49 (7), 4425-4432, 2015
Topographically driven differences in energy and water constrain climatic control on forest carbon sequestration
TL Swetnam, PD Brooks, HR Barnard, AA Harpold, EL Gallo
Ecosphere 8 (4), e01797, 2017
Dissolved organic matter transport reflects hillslope to stream connectivity during snowmelt in a montane catchment
MA Burns, HR Barnard, RS Gabor, DM McKnight, PD Brooks
Water Resources Research 52 (6), 4905-4923, 2016
Examining diel patterns of soil and xylem moisture using electrical resistivity imaging
R Mares, HR Barnard, D Mao, A Revil, K Singha
Journal of Hydrology 536, 327-338, 2016
Complex terrain alters temperature and moisture limitations of forest soil respiration across a semiarid to subalpine gradient
EM Berryman, HR Barnard, HR Adams, MA Burns, E Gallo, PD Brooks
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 120 (4), 707-723, 2015
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