christian birkel
christian birkel
Department of Geography and Water and Global Change Observatory, University of Costa Rica
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Storage dynamics in hydropedological units control hillslope connectivity, runoff generation, and the evolution of catchment transit time distributions
D Tetzlaff, C Birkel, J Dick, J Geris, C Soulsby
Water resources research 50 (2), 969-985, 2014
Temporal and spatial evaluation of satellite-based rainfall estimates across the complex topographical and climatic gradients of Chile
M Zambrano-Bigiarini, A Nauditt, C Birkel, K Verbist, L Ribbe
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21 (2), 1295-1320, 2017
Modelling catchment‐scale water storage dynamics: Reconciling dynamic storage with tracer‐inferred passive storage
C Birkel, C Soulsby, D Tetzlaff
Hydrological Processes 25 (25), 3924-3936, 2011
Towards a simple dynamic process conceptualization in rainfall–runoff models using multi‐criteria calibration and tracers in temperate, upland catchments
C Birkel, D Tetzlaff, SM Dunn, C Soulsby
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 24 (3), 260-275, 2010
Stream water age distributions controlled by storage dynamics and nonlinear hydrologic connectivity: Modeling with high‐resolution isotope data
C Soulsby, C Birkel, J Geris, J Dick, C Tunaley, D Tetzlaff
Water Resources Research 51 (9), 7759-7776, 2015
High‐frequency storm event isotope sampling reveals time‐variant transit time distributions and influence of diurnal cycles
C Birkel, C Soulsby, D Tetzlaff, S Dunn, L Spezia
Hydrological Processes 26 (2), 308-316, 2012
Using time domain and geographic source tracers to conceptualize streamflow generation processes in lumped rainfall‐runoff models
C Birkel, D Tetzlaff, SM Dunn, C Soulsby
Water Resources Research 47 (2), 2011
Modelling landscape controls on dissolved organic carbon sources and fluxes to streams
JJ Dick, D Tetzlaff, C Birkel, C Soulsby
Biogeochemistry 122 (2), 361-374, 2015
Advancing tracer‐aided rainfall–runoff modelling: A review of progress, problems and unrealised potential
C Birkel, C Soulsby
Hydrological Processes 29 (25), 5227-5240, 2015
Conceptual modelling to assess how the interplay of hydrological connectivity, catchment storage and tracer dynamics controls nonstationary water age estimates
C Birkel, C Soulsby, D Tetzlaff
Hydrological Processes 29 (13), 2956-2969, 2015
Using SAS functions and high‐resolution isotope data to unravel travel time distributions in headwater catchments
P Benettin, C Soulsby, C Birkel, D Tetzlaff, G Botter, A Rinaldo
Water Resources Research 53 (3), 1864-1878, 2017
A comparison of wetness indices for the prediction of observed connected saturated areas under contrasting conditions
G Ali, C Birkel, D Tetzlaff, C Soulsby, JJ McDonnell, P Tarolli
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39 (3), 399-413, 2014
Key drivers controlling stable isotope variations in daily precipitation of Costa Rica: Caribbean Sea versus Eastern Pacific Ocean moisture sources
R Sánchez-Murillo, C Birkel, K Welsh, G Esquivel-Hernández, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 131, 250-261, 2016
Developing a consistent process‐based conceptualization of catchment functioning using measurements of internal state variables
C Birkel, C Soulsby, D Tetzlaff
Water Resources Research 50 (4), 3481-3501, 2014
Transit time distributions of a conceptual model: their characteristics and sensitivities
SM Dunn, C Birkel, D Tetzlaff, C Soulsby
Hydrological Processes 24 (12), 1719-1729, 2010
Groundwater recharge mechanisms inferred from isoscapes in a complex tropical mountainous region
R Sánchez‐Murillo, C Birkel
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (10), 5060-5069, 2016
Assessing the value of high‐resolution isotope tracer data in the stepwise development of a lumped conceptual rainfall–runoff model
C Birkel, SM Dunn, D Tetzlaff, C Soulsby
Hydrological Processes 24 (16), 2335-2348, 2010
Using lumped conceptual rainfall–runoff models to simulate daily isotope variability with fractionation in a nested mesoscale catchment
C Birkel, D Tetzlaff, SM Dunn, C Soulsby
Advances in Water Resources 34 (3), 383-394, 2011
Tropical precipitation anomalies and d‐excess evolution during El Niño 2014‐16
R Sánchez‐Murillo, AM Durán‐Quesada, C Birkel, ...
Hydrological Processes 31 (4), 956-967, 2017
Water sources and mixing in riparian wetlands revealed by tracers and geospatial analysis
JS Lessels, D Tetzlaff, C Birkel, J Dick, C Soulsby
Water Resources Research 52 (1), 456-470, 2016
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