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An invited talk at AGU Fall Meeting 2011:

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How to make a connection across the landscape: interactions between topography, weather and hydrological connectivity at the landscape scale.

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A new paper has been published by the Teagasc ‘Agricultural Catchments’ team that utilises the SCIMAP connectivity mapping to understand agricultural diffuse pollution.

D. Wall, P. Jordan, A.R. Melland, P.-E. Mellander, C. Buckley, S.M. Reaney and G. Shortle 2011: Using the nutrient transfer continuum concept to evaluate the European Union Nitrates Directive National […]

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Reaney S M 2008: The use of agent based modelling techniques in hydrology: determining the spatial and temporal origin of channel flow in semi-arid catchments. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 33(2): 317-327

Abstract

Information on the spatial and temporal origin of runoff entering the channel during a storm event would be valuable in […]

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