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  List of Accepted Contributions - HS35 The McCulloch Symposium: A View from the Watershed 2006

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Beven, K
Working towards integrated environmental models of everywhere: uncertainty, data, and modelling as a learning process.

Clarke, R.
A view from the watershed revisited: hydrological prediction in a non-stationary world.

Shuttleworth, W.J.; Gash, J.H.C
Putting the "vap" into evaporation.

Davies , H.; Neal, C.
Estimating nutrient concentrations from catchment characteristics across the UK.

Kay, A.L.; Jones, D.A.; Crooks, S.M.; Kjeldsen, T.R. ; Fung, C.F.
An investigation of site-similarity approaches to generalisation of a rainfall-runoff model. (withdrawn)

Fisher, J.; Dunbar, M.J.
Towards a representative periphytic diatom sample.

Dunin, F. X.; Smith, C.J.; Denmead, O. T.
Hydrologic change reaping prosperity and pain.

Bell, V.A. ; Kay, A.L. ; Jones, R.G. ; Moore, R.J.
Development of a high resolution grid-based river flow model for use with regional climate model output.

Whitehead, P.G.; Heathwaite, A.L.; Flynn, N.J.; Wade, A.J.; Quinn, P.F.
Evaluating the risk of nonpoint source pollution from biosolids: integrated modelling of nutrient losses at field and catchment scales

Bonjean, M.C.; Hutchins, M.; Neal, C.
Acid episodes in the Allt A'Mharcaidh, Scotland: an investigation based on sub-hourly monitoring data and climatic patterns.

O'Kane, J. P.; Flynn, D.
Thresholds, switches and hysteresis in hydrology from the pedon to the catchment scale - a non-linear systems theory.

Roberts, J.
The role of plant physiology in hydrology looking backwards and forwards.

Moore, R.J.
The PDM rainfall-runoff model.

Acreman, M.C.; Fisher, J.; Stratford, C.J.; Mould, D.J.; Mountford, J.O.
Hydrological science and wetland restoration: case studies from Europe.

Jarvis, P G; Stewart, J B; Meir, P
There is more to Thetford than Water!

Neal, C.; Neal, M.; Wickham, H.; Hill, L.; Harman, S.
Bromine in rainfall, cloud, stream and groundwater in the Plynlimon area of mid-Wales

Reynolds, B.
Implications of changing from grazed or semi-natural vegetation to forestry on carbon stores and fluxes in upland organo-mineral soils in the UK.

Wade, A.J.; Butterfield, D.; Griffiths, T.; Whitehead, P.G.
Eutrophication control in river systems: an application of INCA-P to the river Lugg.

Neal, C.
Rare Earth element concentrations in dissolved and acid available particulate forms for eastern UK rivers.

Hutchins, M. G.; Dilks, C.; Davies, H. N.; Deflandre, A.
Issues of diffuse pollution model complexity arising from performance benchmarking.

Helliwell, R.C.; Davies, J.J.L; Coull, M.C.; Evans, C.D.; Norris, D.; Ferrier, R.C.; Jenkins, A.; Reynolds, B.
The role of catchment characteristics in determining surface water nitrogen in four upland regions in the UK.

Gasca-Tucker, D.L.; Acreman, M.C.; Agnew, C.; Thompson, J.
Estimating evaporation from a wet grassland: Pevensey Levels, UK.

Neal, M.; Neal, C.; Wickham, H.; Harman, S.
Determination of bromide, chloride, fluoride, nitrate and sulphate by ion chromatography: comparisons of methodologies for rainfall, cloud water and river waters at the Plynlimon catchments of mid-Wales.

White, S M
Sediment Dynamics in the River Tees during the Year 2000 Floods

O Connell, P. E.; Ewen, J.; O'Donnell, G.
Is there a link between land use management and flooding?

Bathurst, J.
Modelling the impact of forest removal on shallow landslide sediment yield, Ljuez river catchment, Spanish Pyrenees

Crooks, S.
A semi-distributed continuous simulation rainfall-runoff modelling system for application to medium and large catchments.

Bruen, M.; Dooge, J.C.I
Harmonic analysis of the stability of reverse routing in channels

Gardner, C.
Book review: The soil hydrology of the Plynlimon catchments by J P Bell.

Blackie, J. R.; Robinson, M.
Development of catchment research, with particular attention to Plynlimon and its forerunner, the East African catchments.

Todini, E.
Hydrological catchment modeling: past, present and beyond.

Wallis, J R; Schaefer, M G; Barker, B L; Taylor, G H
Regional precipitation-frequency analysis and spatial mapping for 24-hour and 2-hour durations for Wahington State

Rosso, R.; Bocchiola, D.; Rulli, M.C.
Transient catchment hydrology after wildfires. (withdrawn)

Rosso, R; Rulli, M C; Bocchiola, D
Transient catchment hydrology after wildfires

McCulloch, J.S.G
All our yesterdays - a hydrological retrospective

Wheater, H.S.; Peach, D.; Binley, A.
Characterising Groundwater-dominated Lowland Catchments - the UK Lowland Catchment Research Programme (LOCAR)

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