James Kirchner
James Kirchner
Professor of the Physics of Environmental Systems, ETH Zurich
Verified email at ethz.ch
TitleCited byYear
Getting the right answers for the right reasons: Linking measurements, analyses, and models to advance the science of hydrology
JW Kirchner
Water Resources Research 42 (3), 2006
8382006
Fractal stream chemistry and its implications for contaminant transport in catchments
JW Kirchner, X Feng, C Neal
Nature 403 (6769), 524-527, 2000
8082000
Sediment supply and the development of the coarse surface layer in gravel-bedded rivers
WE Dietrich, JW Kirchner, H Ikeda, F Iseya
Nature 340 (6230), 215-217, 1989
6791989
Moving beyond heterogeneity and process complexity: A new vision for watershed hydrology
JJ McDonnell, M Sivapalan, K Vaché, S Dunn, G Grant, R Haggerty, ...
Water Resources Research 43 (7), 2007
6002007
Spatially averaged long-term erosion rates measured from in situ-produced cosmogenic nuclides in alluvial sediment
DE Granger, JW Kirchner, R Finkel
The Journal of Geology 104 (3), 249-257, 1996
6001996
Evidence for nonlinear, diffusive sediment transport on hillslopes and implications for landscape morphology
JJ Roering, JW Kirchner, WE Dietrich
Water Resources Research 35 (3), 853-870, 1999
5731999
Catchments as simple dynamical systems: Catchment characterization, rainfall‐runoff modeling, and doing hydrology backward
JW Kirchner
Water Resources Research 45 (2), 2009
5342009
Evolutionary dynamics of pathogen resistance and tolerance
BA Roy, JW Kirchner
Evolution 54 (1), 51-63, 2000
5082000
Mountain erosion over 10 yr, 10 ky, and 10 my time scales
JW Kirchner, RC Finkel, CS Riebe, DE Granger, JL Clayton, JG King, ...
Geology 29 (7), 591-594, 2001
5072001
A double paradox in catchment hydrology and geochemistry
JW Kirchner
Hydrological Processes 17 (4), 871-874, 2003
4402003
Erosional and climatic effects on long-term chemical weathering rates in granitic landscapes spanning diverse climate regimes
CS Riebe, JW Kirchner, RC Finkel
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 224 (3-4), 547-562, 2004
4072004
Concentration–discharge relationships reflect chemostatic characteristics of US catchments
SE Godsey, JW Kirchner, DW Clow
Hydrological Processes 23 (13), 1844-1864, 2009
3672009
The variability of critical shear stress, friction angle, and grain protrusion in water‐worked sediments
JW Kirchner, WE Dietrich, F Iseya, H Ikeda
Sedimentology 37 (4), 647-672, 1990
3531990
The fine structure of water‐quality dynamics: The (high‐frequency) wave of the future
JW Kirchner, X Feng, C Neal, AJ Robson
Hydrological Processes 18 (7), 1353-1359, 2004
3352004
Catchment-scale advection and dispersion as a mechanism for fractal scaling in stream tracer concentrations
JW Kirchner, X Feng, C Neal
Journal of hydrology 254 (1-4), 82-101, 2001
3322001
Strong tectonic and weak climatic control of long-term chemical weathering rates
CS Riebe, JW Kirchner, DE Granger, RC Finkel
Geology 29 (6), 511-514, 2001
3002001
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
Long-term rates of chemical weathering and physical erosion from cosmogenic nuclides and geochemical mass balance
CS Riebe, JW Kirchner, RC Finkel
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 67 (22), 4411-4427, 2003
2632003
Longitudinal profile development into bedrock: an analysis of Hawaiian channels
MA Seidl, WE Dietrich, JW Kirchner
The Journal of Geology 102 (4), 457-474, 1994
2501994
Quaternary downcutting rate of the New River, Virginia, measured from differential decay of cosmogenic 26Al and 10Be in cave-deposited alluvium
DE Granger, JW Kirchner, RC Finkel
Geology 25 (2), 107-110, 1997
2291997
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