|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
|Human domination of the global water cycle absent from depictions and perceptions|
BW Abbott, K Bishop, JP Zarnetske, C Minaudo, FS Chapin III, S Krause, ...
Nature Geoscience 12 (7), 533-540, 2019
|Dynamic, discontinuous stream networks: hydrologically driven variations in active drainage density, flowing channels and stream order|
SE Godsey, JW Kirchner
Hydrological Processes 28 (23), 5791-5803, 2014
|Hydrological partitioning in the critical zone: Recent advances and opportunities for developing transferable understanding of water cycle dynamics|
PD Brooks, J Chorover, Y Fan, SE Godsey, RM Maxwell, JP McNamara, ...
Water Resources Research 51 (9), 6973-6987, 2015
|Patterns and persistence of hydrologic carbon and nutrient export from collapsing upland permafrost|
BW Abbott, JB Jones, SE Godsey, JR Larouche, WB Bowden
Biogeosciences 12 (12), 3725-3740, 2015
|Effects of changes in winter snowpacks on summer low flows: case studies in the Sierra Nevada, California, USA|
SE Godsey, JW Kirchner, CL Tague
Hydrological Processes 28 (19), 5048-5064, 2014
|Reviews and syntheses: on the roles trees play in building and plumbing the critical zone|
SL Brantley, DM Eissenstat, JA Marshall, SE Godsey, Z Balogh-Brunstad, ...
Biogeosciences 14 (22), 5115-5142, 2017
|Generality of fractal 1/f scaling in catchment tracer time series, and its implications for catchment travel time distributions|
SE Godsey, W Aas, TA Clair, HA De Wit, IJ Fernandez, JS Kahl, ...
Hydrological Processes 24 (12), 1660-1671, 2010
|Concentration–discharge relationships describe solute and sediment mobilization, reaction, and transport at event and longer timescales|
LA Rose, DL Karwan, SE Godsey
Hydrological processes 32 (18), 2829-2844, 2018
|Overland flow generation in two lithologically distinct rainforest catchments|
S Godsey, H Elsenbeer, R Stallard
Journal of Hydrology 295 (1-4), 276-290, 2004
|The soil hydrologic response to forest regrowth: a case study from southwestern Amazonia|
S Godsey, H Elsenbeer
Hydrological Processes 16 (7), 1519-1522, 2002
|Catchment chemostasis revisited: Water quality responds differently to variations in weather and climate|
SE Godsey, J Hartmann, JW Kirchner
Hydrological Processes 33 (24), 3056-3069, 2019
|Predicting soil thickness on soil mantled hillslopes|
NR Patton, KA Lohse, SE Godsey, BT Crosby, MS Seyfried
Nature communications 9 (1), 3329, 2018
|Regional sensitivities of seasonal snowpack to elevation, aspect, and vegetation cover in western N orth A merica|
CJ Tennant, AA Harpold, KA Lohse, SE Godsey, BT Crosby, LG Larsen, ...
Water Resources Research 53 (8), 6908-6926, 2017
|Temperature controls production but hydrology regulates export of dissolved organic carbon at the catchment scale|
H Wen, J Perdrial, BW Abbott, S Bernal, R Dupas, SE Godsey, A Harpold, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 24 (2), 945-966, 2020
|Zero or not? Causes and consequences of zero‐flow stream gage readings|
MA Zimmer, KE Kaiser, JR Blaszczak, SC Zipper, JC Hammond, KM Fritz, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7 (3), e1436, 2020
|Discontinuous headwater stream networks with stable flowheads, Salmon River basin, Idaho|
JA Whiting, SE Godsey
Hydrological Processes 30 (13), 2305-2316, 2016
|A water cycle for the Anthropocene|
BW Abbott, K Bishop, JP Zarnetske, DM Hannah, RJ Frei, C Minaudo, ...
Hydrological Processes 33 (23), 2019
|What’s in a name? Patterns, trends, and suggestions for defining non-perennial rivers and streams|
MH Busch, KH Costigan, KM Fritz, T Datry, CA Krabbenhoft, JC Hammond, ...
Water 12 (7), 1980, 2020
|Elevation‐dependent responses of streamflow to climate warming|
CJ Tennant, BT Crosby, SE Godsey
Hydrological Processes 29 (6), 991-1001, 2015