Sean K. Carey
Sean K. Carey
McMaster University, Carleton University, University of Saskatchewan
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TitleCited byYear
The cold regions hydrological model: a platform for basing process representation and model structure on physical evidence
JW Pomeroy, DM Gray, T Brown, NR Hedstrom, WL Quinton, RJ Granger, ...
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 21 (19), 2650-2667, 2007
2752007
Progress in permafrost hydrology in the new millennium
MK Woo, DL Kane, SK Carey, D Yang
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 19 (2), 237-254, 2008
1912008
Slope runoff processes and flow generation in a subarctic, subalpine catchment
SK Carey, M Woo
Journal of hydrology 253 (1-4), 110-129, 2001
1852001
Peat hydraulic conductivity in cold regions and its relation to pore size and geometry
WL Quinton, M Hayashi, SK Carey
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 22 (15), 2829-2837, 2008
1382008
Modelling the dynamics of the evapotranspiration process using genetic programming
K Parasuraman, A Elshorbagy, SK Carey
Hydrological Sciences Journal 52 (3), 563-578, 2007
1312007
Biomass offsets little or none of permafrost carbon release from soils, streams, and wildfire: an expert assessment
BW Abbott, JB Jones, EAG Schuur, FS Chapin III, WB Bowden, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (3), 034014, 2016
1262016
Evaluation of solar radiation prediction models in North America
RA Ball, LC Purcell, SK Carey
Agronomy Journal 96 (2), 391-397, 2004
1262004
Evaluating runoff generation during summer using hydrometric, stable isotope and hydrochemical methods in a discontinuous permafrost alpine catchment
SK Carey, WL Quinton
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (1), 95-114, 2005
1152005
Hydrology of two slopes in subarctic Yukon, Canada
SK Carey, MK Woo
Hydrological Processes 13 (16), 2549-2562, 1999
1101999
The role of soil pipes as a slope runoff mechanism, Subarctic Yukon, Canada
SK Carey, MK Woo
Journal of Hydrology 233 (1-4), 206-222, 2000
1062000
Statistical characterization of the spatial variability of soil moisture in a cutover peatland
RM Petrone, JS Price, SK Carey, JM Waddington
Hydrological Processes 18 (1), 41-52, 2004
1052004
Dissolved organic carbon fluxes in a discontinuous permafrost subarctic alpine catchment
SK Carey
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 14 (2), 161-171, 2003
1042003
Cross‐regional prediction of long‐term trajectory of stream water DOC response to climate change
H Laudon, J Buttle, SK Carey, J McDonnell, K McGuire, J Seibert, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (18), 2012
922012
Tracer‐based assessment of flow paths, storage and runoff generation in northern catchments: A review
D Tetzlaff, J Buttle, SK Carey, K McGuire, H Laudon, C Soulsby
Hydrological Processes 29 (16), 3475-3490, 2015
882015
Inter‐comparison of hydro‐climatic regimes across northern catchments: Synchronicity, resistance and resilience
SK Carey, D Tetzlaff, J Seibert, C Soulsby, J Buttle, H Laudon, ...
Hydrological Processes 24 (24), 3591-3602, 2010
842010
Spatial variability of hillslope water balance, Wolf Creek basin, subarctic Yukon
SK Carey, M Woo
Hydrological Processes 15 (16), 3113-3132, 2001
832001
Evaluation of the algorithms and parameterizations for ground thawing and freezing simulation in permafrost regions
Y Zhang, SK Carey, WL Quinton
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 113 (D17), 2008
802008
Snowmelt Hydrology of Two Subarctic Slopes, Southern Yukon, CanadaPaper Presented at the 11th Northern Res. Basins Symposium/Workshop (Prudhoe Bay to Fairbanks, Alaska, USA–Aug …
SK Carey, M Woo
Hydrology Research 29 (4-5), 331-346, 1998
791998
Soil water storage and active‐layer development in a sub‐alpine tundra hillslope, southern Yukon Territory, Canada
WL Quinton, T Shirazi, SK Carey, JW Pomeroy
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 16 (4), 369-382, 2005
722005
Anomalous 20th century tree growth, Mackenzie Delta, northwest territories, Canada
MFJ Pisaric, SK Carey, SV Kokelj, D Youngblut
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (5), 2007
672007
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