Genevieve Ali
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Concepts of hydrological connectivity: Research approaches, pathways and future agendas
LJ Bracken, J Wainwright, GA Ali, D Tetzlaff, MW Smith, SM Reaney, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 119, 17-34, 2013
Revisiting hydrologic sampling strategies for an accurate assessment of hydrologic connectivity in humid temperate systems
GA Ali, AG Roy
Geography Compass 3 (1), 350-374, 2009
A comparison of similarity indices for catchment classification using a cross-regional dataset
G Ali, D Tetzlaff, C Soulsby, JJ McDonnell, R Capell
Advances in Water Resources 40, 11-22, 2012
Shopping for hydrologically representative connectivity metrics in a humid temperate forested catchment
GA Ali, AG Roy
Water Resources Research 46 (12), 2010
Integrating geographically isolated wetlands into land management decisions
HE Golden, IF Creed, G Ali, NB Basu, BP Neff, MC Rains, DL McLaughlin, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15 (6), 319-327, 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
Towards a unified threshold-based hydrological theory: necessary components and recurring challenges.
G Ali, CJ Oswald, C Spence, ELH Cammeraat, KJ McGuire, T Meixner, ...
Hydrological Processes 27 (2), 313-318, 2013
Source-to-stream connectivity assessment through end-member mixing analysis
GA Ali, AG Roy, MC Turmel, F Courchesne
Journal of Hydrology 392 (3-4), 119-135, 2010
Linking spatial patterns of perched groundwater storage and stormflow generation processes in a headwater forested catchment
GA Ali, C L'Heureux, AG Roy, MC Turmel, F Courchesne
Hydrological Processes 25 (25), 3843-3857, 2011
Spatial relationships between soil moisture patterns and topographic variables at multiple scales in a humid temperate forested catchment
GA Ali, AG Roy, P Legendre
Water Resources Research 46 (10), 2010
Comparison of threshold hydrologic response across northern catchments
G Ali, D Tetzlaff, JJ McDonnell, C Soulsby, S Carey, H Laudon, K McGuire, ...
Hydrological Processes 29 (16), 3575-3591, 2015
A case study on the use of appropriate surrogates for antecedent moisture conditions (AMCs)
GA Ali, AG Roy
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 14 (10), 1843, 2010
Assessing the cumulative impacts of hydropower regulation on the flow characteristics of a large Atlantic salmon river system
C Birkel, C Soulsby, G Ali, D Tetzlaff
River Research and Applications 30 (4), 456-475, 2014
The T‐TEL method for assessing water, sediment, and chemical connectivity
G Ali, C Oswald, C Spence, C Wellen
Water Resources Research 54 (2), 634-662, 2018
Multivariate analysis as a tool to infer hydrologic response types and controlling variables in a humid temperate catchment
GA Ali, AG Roy, MC Turmel, F Courchesne
Hydrological processes 24 (20), 2912-2923, 2010
Topographic, pedologic and climatic interactions influencing streamflow generation at multiple catchment scales
G Ali, D Tetzlaff, C Soulsby, JJ McDonnell
Hydrological Processes 26 (25), 3858-3874, 2012
Assessing structural, functional and effective hydrologic connectivity with brain neuroscience methods: State-of-the-art and research directions
M Rinderer, G Ali, LG Larsen
Earth-Science Reviews 178, 29-47, 2018
Phosphorus export dynamics and hydrobiogeochemical controls across gradients of scale, topography and human impact
G Ali, H Wilson, J Elliott, A Penner, A Haque, C Ross, M Rabie
Hydrological Processes 31 (18), 3130-3145, 2017
Supply and transport limitations on phosphorus losses from agricultural fields in the lower Great Lakes region, Canada
JM Plach, ML Macrae, GA Ali, RR Brunke, MC English, G Ferguson, ...
Journal of environmental quality 47 (1), 96-105, 2018
Comparison of sampling strategies for monitoring water quality in mesoscale Canadian Prairie watersheds
C Ross, H Petzold, A Penner, G Ali
Environmental monitoring and assessment 187 (7), 395, 2015
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