Richard Hooper
Richard Hooper
President, CUAHSI
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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
Flux and Sources of Nutrients in the Mississippi-Atchafalaya River Basin: Topic 3 Report
DA Goolsby
NOAA Coastal Ocean Office, 1999
Modelling streamwater chemistry as a mixture of soilwater end-members—An application to the Panola Mountain catchment, Georgia, USA
RP Hooper, N Christophersen, NE Peters
Journal of Hydrology 116 (1-4), 321-343, 1990
Multivariate analysis of stream water chemical data: The use of principal components analysis for the end‐member mixing problem
N Christophersen, RP Hooper
Water resources research 28 (1), 99-107, 1992
Modelling streamwater chemistry as a mixture of soilwater end-members—a step towards second-generation acidification models
N Christophersen, C Neal, RP Hooper, RD Vogt, S Andersen
Journal of Hydrology 116 (1-4), 307-320, 1990
A comparison of chemical and isotopic hydrograph separation
RP Hooper, CA Shoemaker
Water Resources Research 22 (10), 1444-1454, 1986
Improving the representation of hydrologic processes in Earth System Models
MP Clark, Y Fan, DM Lawrence, JC Adam, D Bolster, DJ Gochis, ...
Water Resources Research 51 (8), 5929-5956, 2015
Nitrogen input to the Gulf of Mexico
DA Goolsby, WA Battaglin, BT Aulenbach, RP Hooper
Journal of Environmental Quality 30 (2), 329-336, 2001
Quantifying contributions to storm runoff through end‐member mixing analysis and hydrologic measurements at the Panola Mountain Research Watershed (Georgia, USA)
DA Burns, JJ McDonnell, RP Hooper, NE Peters, JE Freer, C Kendall, ...
Hydrological processes 15 (10), 1903-1924, 2001
The role of bedrock topography on subsurface storm flow
J Freer, JJ McDonnell, KJ Beven, NE Peters, DA Burns, RP Hooper, ...
Water Resources Research 38 (12), 5-1-5-16, 2002
Diagnostic tools for mixing models of stream water chemistry
RP Hooper
Water Resources Research 39 (3), 2003
Nitrogen flux and sources in the Mississippi River Basin
DA Goolsby, WA Battaglin, BT Aulenbach, RP Hooper
Science of the Total Environment 248 (2-3), 75-86, 2000
Oxygen and hydrogen isotopes in rainfall-runoff studies
DP Genereux, RP Hooper
Isotope tracers in catchment hydrology, 319-346, 1998
Hydrology: The interdisciplinary science of water
RM Vogel, U Lall, X Cai, B Rajagopalan, PK Weiskel, RP Hooper, ...
Water Resources Research 51 (6), 4409-4430, 2015
Storage as a metric of catchment comparison
JP McNamara, D Tetzlaff, K Bishop, C Soulsby, M Seyfried, NE Peters, ...
Hydrological Processes 25 (21), 3364-3371, 2011
Topographic controls on subsurface storm flow at the hillslope scale for two hydrologically distinct small catchments.
J Freer, J McDonnell, KJ Beven, D Brammer, D Burns, RP Hooper, ...
Calcium depletion in a southeastern United States forest ecosystem
TG Huntington, RP Hooper, CE Johnson, BT Aulenbach, R Cappellato, ...
Soil Science Society of America Journal 64 (5), 1845-1858, 2000
New method developed for studying flow on hillslopes
JJ McDonnell, J Freer, R Hooper, C Kendall, D Burns, K Beven, J Peters
EOS, Transactions American Geophysical Union 77 (47), 465-472, 1996
Assessing the Birkenes model of stream acidification using a multisignal calibration methodology
RP Hooper, A Stone, N Christophersen, E de Grosbois, HM Seip
Water Resources Research 24 (8), 1308-1316, 1988
Applying the scientific method to small catchment studies: a review of the Panola Mountain experience
RP Hooper
Hydrological processes 15 (10), 2039-2050, 2001
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