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Burns, D. A., J.J. McDonnell, R. P. Hooper, N.E. Peters, J.E. Freer, C. Kendall and K. Beven (2001). Quantifying Contributions to Storm Runoff through End-Member Mixing Analysis and Hydrologic Measurements at the Panola Mountain Research Watershed (Georgia, USA). Hydrological Processes, 15(10): 1903-1924.

Kendall, C., J.J. McDonnell, and W. Gu (2001). A look inside 'Black Box' hydrograph separation models: A study at the Hydrohill Catchment. Hydrological Processes, 15(10): 1877-1902.

McDonnell, J.J. and T. Tanaka, Editors.  2001.  Hydrology and Biogeochemistry of Forested Catchments. John Wiley and Sons, 435p.

McDonnell, J.J. and T. Tanaka (2001). On the future of forest hydrology and biogeochemistry. Hydrological Processes, 15(10): 2053-2055.

McDonnell, J.J., T. Tanaka, M.J. Mitchell and N. Ohte (2001). Foreword to special issue: Hydrology and biogeochemistry of forested catchments. Hydrological Processes, 15(10): 1673-1674.

Seibert, J. and J.J. McDonnell (2001). Towards a better process representation of catchments hydrology in conceptual runoff modelling. IAHS Freiburg Conference on Meso-scale modelling, Proceedings of the International Workshop on Runoff Generation and Implications for River Basin Modeling, 9-12 October 2000.

Shanley, J., C. Kendall, T. Smith, D. Wolock and J.J. McDonnell (2001). Controls on old and new water contributions to stream flow at some nested catchments in Vermont, USA. Hydrological Processes, 16: 589-600.

Welsch, D.L., C.N. Kroll, J.J. McDonnell and D.A. Burns (2001). Topographic controls on the chemistry of subsurface stormflow. Hydrological Processes, 15(10): 1925-1938.

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