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Burns, D., N. Plummer, J.J. McDonnell, E. Busenburg, G. Casile, C. Kendall, R. Hooper, J. Freer, N. Peters, K. Beven and P. Schlosser (2003). The geochemical evolution of riparian groundwater in a forested piedmont catchment. Groundwater, 41(4): 913-925

Cloke, H.L., J.-P. Renaud, A.J. Claxton, J.J. McDonnell, M.G. Anderson, J.R. Blake, and P.D. Bates. (2003). The effect of model configuration on modelled hillslope–riparian interactions. Journal of Hydrology 279: 167-181

McDonnell, J.J. (2003). Surface and Subsurface Water Hydrologic Modeling at the Watershed Scale, in V. P. Singh and R. N. Yadava (eds), Water and Environment: Wastewater Treatment and Waste Management, Proceedings of the International Conference on Water and Environment, held on 15-18 December, 2003, Bhopal, India, pp 286-298

McDonnell, J.J. (2003) Where does water go when it rains? Moving beyond the variable source area concept of rainfall-runoff response. Hydrological Processes, Hydrological Processes, 17: 1869-1875.

McDonnell, J.J. (2003). Discussion of "Simple Estimation of Prevalence of Hortonian Flow in New York City Watersheds", Walter et al., Journal of Hydrologic Engineering ASCE, Vol 8(4), 214-218.

McGlynn, B. and J.J McDonnell (2003). Quantifying the relative contributions of riparian and hillslope zones to catchment runoff. Water Resources Research, 39(11), 1310, doi:10,1029/2003WR002091.

McGlynn, B. and J.J. McDonnell (2003). The role of discrete landscape units in controlling catchment dissolved organic carbon dynamics. Water Resources Research, 39(4): 3-1 - 3-18.

McGlynn,B., J.J.McDonnell, Stewart, M.,Seibert,J., On the relationships between catchment scale and streamwater mean residence time. Hydrological Processes, 17: 175-181.

Seibert, J, K. Bishop, A. Rodhe and J. McDonnell (2003).Groundwater dynamics along a hillslope: A test of the steady-state hypothesis. Water Resources Research, 39(1): 2-1 - 2-9.

Shanley, J., K. Hjerdt, J.J. McDonnell and C. Kendall (2003). Shallow water table fluctuations in relation to soil penetration resistance. Groundwater, Vol. 41, No. 7—GROUND WATER—Watershed Issue 2003 (pages 964–972)

Sherlock, M. and J.J. McDonnell (2003). A new tool for Hillslope Hydrologists: Spatially distributed measurements of groundwater and soil water using electromagnetic induction. Hydrological Processes, 17(10): 1965-1978.

Sivapalan, M., K. Takeuchi, S. Franks, V. Gupta, H. Karambiri, V. Lakshmi, X. Liang, J. J. McDonnell, E. Mendiondo, P. O'Connell, T. Oki11, J. Pomeroy, D. Schertzer, S. Uhlenbrook, E. Zehe (2003). IAHS Decade on Predictions in Ungauged Basins (PUB), 2003-2012: Shaping an Exciting Future for the Hydrological Sciences. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 48(6): 857-880.

Uhlenbrook, S., J.J. McDonnell and C. Leibundgut (2003). Preface: Runoff generation implications for river basin modelling. Hydrological Processes, Special Issue, 17: 197-198.

Uhlenbrook, S., J.J. McDonnell and C. Leibundgut eds (2003). Runoff Generation Modelling. Hydrological Processes Special Issue, Volume 17 (10), 377 pages

Weiler, M., Uchida, T. and J.J. McDonnell (2003). Connectivity due to preferential flow controls water flow and solute transport at the hillslope scale. Proc. MODSIM 2003, D. Post (ed), Interactive modeling of Biophysical, Social and Biological Systems for Resource Management Solutions, pp. 398-403.

Weiler, M., McGlynn, B., McGuire, K. And J.J. McDonnell (2003). How does rainfall become runoff? A combined tracer and hydrologic transfer function approach. Water Resources Research, 39: doi:10.1029 / 2003 WR002331

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