David W. Clow
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Concentration–discharge relationships reflect chemostatic characteristics of US catchments
SE Godsey, JW Kirchner, DW Clow
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (13), 1844-1864, 2009
Changes in the timing of snowmelt and streamflow in Colorado: A response to recent warming
DW Clow
Journal of Climate 23 (9), 2293-2306, 2010
Organic carbon burial in global lakes and reservoirs
R Mendonça, RA Müller, D Clow, C Verpoorter, P Raymond, LJ Tranvik, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 1694, 2017
The role of disseminated calcite in the chemical weathering of granitoid rocks
AF White, TD Bullen, DV Vivit, MS Schulz, DW Clow
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 63 (13-14), 1939-1953, 1999
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
Ground water occurrence and contributions to streamflow in an alpine catchment, Colorado Front Range
DW Clow, L Schrott, R Webb, DH Campbell, A Torizzo, M Dornblaser
Groundwater 41 (7), 937-950, 2003
Weathering rates in catchments
JI Drever, DW Clow
Reviews in mineralogy 31, 463-484, 1995
Aquatic carbon cycling in the conterminous United States and implications for terrestrial carbon accounting
D Butman, S Stackpoole, E Stets, CP McDonald, DW Clow, RG Striegl
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (1), 58-63, 2016
Strontium 87/strontium 86 as a tracer of mineral weathering reactions and calcium sources in an alpine/subalpine watershed, Loch Vale, Colorado
DW Clow, MA Mast, TD Bullen, JT Turk
Water resources research 33 (6), 1335-1351, 1997
Processes controlling the chemistry of two snowmelt‐dominated streams in the Rocky Mountains
DH Campbell, DW Clow, GP Ingersoll, MA Mast, NE Spahr, JT Turk
Water Resources Research 31 (11), 2811-2821, 1995
Ecosystem processes and human influences regulate streamflow response to climate change at long-term ecological research sites
JA Jones, IF Creed, KL Hatcher, RJ Warren, MB Adams, MH Benson, ...
BioScience 62 (4), 390-404, 2012
Changing forest water yields in response to climate warming: Results from long‐term experimental watershed sites across North America
IF Creed, AT Spargo, JA Jones, JM Buttle, MB Adams, FD Beall, EG Booth, ...
Global change biology 20 (10), 3191-3208, 2014
Evidence for nutrient enrichment of high‐elevation lakes in the Sierra Nevada, California
JO Sickman, JM Melack, DW Clow
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (5), 1885-1892, 2003
Winter fluxes of CO2 and CH4 from subalpine soils in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
MA Mast, KP Wickland, RT Striegl, DW Clow
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 12 (4), 607-620, 1998
Hydrological effects of forest transpiration loss in bark beetle-impacted watersheds
LA Bearup, RM Maxwell, DW Clow, JE McCray
Nature Climate Change 4 (6), 481-486, 2014
Weathering rates as a function of flow through an alpine soil
DW Clow, JI Drever
Chemical Geology 132 (1-4), 131-141, 1996
Mechanisms for chemostatic behavior in catchments: Implications for CO2 consumption by mineral weathering
DW Clow, MA Mast
Chemical Geology 269 (1-2), 40-51, 2010
Carbon gas exchange at a southern Rocky Mountain wetland, 1996–1998
KP Wickland, RG Striegl, MA Mast, DW Clow
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 15 (2), 321-335, 2001
Melting alpine glaciers enrich high-elevation lakes with reactive nitrogen
JE Saros, KC Rose, DW Clow, VC Stephens, AB Nurse, HA Arnett, ...
Environmental science & technology 44 (13), 4891-4896, 2010
Relations between basin characteristics and stream water chemistry in alpine/subalpine basins in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
DW Clow, JK Sueker
Water Resources Research 36 (1), 49-61, 2000
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