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Weiler, M. and McDonnell, J. (2003) On the effect of the depth distribution of drainable porosity and saturated hydraulic conductivity on hillslope hydrology. Water Resources Research (in preparation).

Weiler, M., Portmann, R., McDonnell, J. (2003) Spatial and temporal runoff generation in Southeast Alaska - observations and simulations. Hydrological Processes (in preparation).

Keim, R.F., Weiler, M., Skaugset, A.E. (2003) Temporal persistence of spatial patterns in throughfall. Journal of Hydrology (in review).

Weiler, M. (2003) A new approach to describe infiltration into soils containing macropores. Water Resources Research (in review).

Weiler, M and Fluehler, H. (2004) Inferring flow types from dye patterns in macroporous soils. Geoderma DOI: 10.1016/j.geoderma.2003.08.014.[proof] (PDF 1374 KB).

Weiler, M. and McDonnell, J. (2004) Virtual experiments: A new approach for improving process conceptualization in hillslope hydrology. Journal of Hydrology 285, 3-18.[Full text] (PDF 975 KB)

Weiler, M., McGlynn, B., McGuire, K., McDonnell, J. (2003) How does rainfall become runoff? A combined tracer and hydrologic transfer function approach. Water Resources Research, 39 (11), 1315-1327.[Full text] (PDF 653 KB)

Weiler, M. and Naef, F. (2003) Simulating surface and subsurface initiation of macropore flow. Journal of Hydrology 273, 139-154. [Full text] (PDF 764 KB)

Weiler, M. and Naef, F. (2003) An experimental tracer study of the role of macropores in infiltration in grassland soils. Hydrological Processes 17(2), 477-493. [Full text]

Naef, F., Scherrer, S., Weiler, M. (2002) A process based assessment of the potential to reduce flood runoff by land use change. Journal of Hydrology 267, 74-79. [Full text]

Weiler, M., Scherrer, S., Naef, F., Burlando, P. (1999) Hydrograph separation of runoff components based on measuring hydraulic state variables, tracer experiments and weighting methods. IAHS Publications No. 258, 249-255. [Full text] (PDF 143 KB)

Weiler M., Naef F., Leibundgut C. (1998) Study of runoff generation on hillslopes using tracer experiments and a physically based numerical model. IAHS Publications No. 248, 353-360.[Full text]




Weiler, M., Uchida, T., McDonnell, J. (2003) Connectivity due to preferential flow controls water flow and solute transport at the hillslope scale. Proceedings of MODSIM 2003, Townsville, Australia. [Full text] (PDF 328 KB)

McDonnell, J., McGlynn, B., Weiler, M. (2002) Scaling and non-linearity of runoff processes. Issues of scale and non-linearity in hydrology: Challenges and opportunities for scientific research and professional practice. Vancouver, Canada.

Weiler, M. & McDonnell, J. (2002) Virtual experiments: A new approach to study water flow and solute transport at the hillslope scale. ERB and Northern European FRIEND Project 5 Conference: Interdisciplinary Approaches in Small Catchment Hydrology: Monitoring and Research, Bratislava, Slovakia. [Full text] (PDF 197 KB)

Weiler, M. & Naef, F. (2000) Verification of flow processes in soils with combined sprinkling and dye tracer experiments. Proceedings of IAHS International Workshop, Runoff Generation and Implications for River Basin Modelling, Freiburg, Germany. [Full text] (PDF 830 KB)

Weiler, M., Scherrer, S., Thoma, C., Fackel, P. & Naef, F. (2000) The potential to influence runoff processes by changes in land use. PIK Report No. 65, 286-294. [Full text] (PDF 305 KB)




Weiler, M. (2001) Mechanisms controlling macropore flow during infiltration - dye tracer experiments and simulations. Diss. ETHZ No. 14237, Zürich, Switzerland. [Full text] (PDF 5361 KB)

Weiler M. (1997) Untersuchungen zur Abflussbildung an Hängen mit Tracerversuchen und numerischen Modellierung der Wasserbewegung. Diplomarbeit der Universität Freiburg i.Br., Germany. [Full text] (PDF 7606 KB)




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