On this page you will find an overview of all publications of the working group.

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Ficklin, D., Hannah, D.M., Wanders, N., Dugdale, S., England, J., Klaus, J., Kelleher, C., Khamis, K., Charlton, M.B. (2023): Rethinking river water temperatures in a changing, human-dominated world. Nature Water 1, 125–128


Fabiani, G., Barbeta, A., Penna, D., Klaus, J. (2022): Sapwood and heartwood are not isolated compartments: consequences for isotope ecohydrology. Ecohydrology, e2478.

Bonanno, E., Blöschl, G., Klaus, J. (2022). Exploring tracer information in a small stream to improve parameter identifiability and enhance the process interpretation in transient storage models. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences., 26, 6003–6028,

Benettin, P., Rodriguez, N.B., Sprenger, M., Kim, M., Klaus, J., Harman, C., van der Velde, Y., Hrachowitz, M., Botter, G., McGuire, K., Kirchner, J., Rinaldo, A., McDonnell, J.J. (2022): Transit time estimation in catchments: Recent developments and future directions. Water Resources Research, 58 (11), e2022WR033096.

Klaus, J., Monk, W., Zhang, L., Hannah, D.M. (2022): Ecohydrological Interactions during Drought. Ecohydrology, 15(5), e2456.

He, Q., Xu, B., Yetemen, Ö., Lütfi Şen, Ö., Klaus, J., Schoppach, R., Çağlar, F., Yu Fan, P., Dieppois, B., Chen, L., Danaila, L., Massei, N., Chun, K.P. (2022): Impact of the North-Sea Caspian pattern on Meteorological drought and Vegetation Response over diverging environmental systems in western Eurasia. Ecohydrology, 15(5), e2446.

Fabiani, G., Schoppach, R., Penna, D., Klaus J. (2022): Transpiration patterns and water use strategies of beech and oak trees along a hillslope. Ecohydrology 15(2), e2382.

Dugdale, S., Klaus, J., Hannah, D.M. (2022): Looking to the skies: realising the potential of drones and thermal infrared imagery to advance hydrological process understanding in headwaters. Water Resources Research, 58, e2021WR031168.


Glaser, B., Hopp, L., Partington, D., Brunner, P., Therrien, R., Klaus, J. (2021): Sources of surface water in space and time: Identification of delivery processes and geographical sources with hydraulic mixing-cell modelling. Water Resources Research, 57, e2021WR030332,

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