Examples of some of the publication outputs from the Hydroecology research group.
Hydroecology and Ecohydrology: past, present and future
David Hannah and Jonathan Sadler are co-editors (with Paul Wood of Loughborough)
Hannah D.M., Sadler J.P. and Wood P.J. (2007), Hydroecology and ecohydrology: a potential route forward?, Hydrological Processes - HPToday Invited Commentary, 21, 3385–3390 DOI:10.1002/hyp.6888
Kettridge, N., Comas, X., Baird, A. J, Slater, L., Strack, M., Thompson, D. Jol, H. and Binley, A. J. (2008) Ecohydrologically important subsurface structures in peatlands revealed by ground-penetrating radar and complex conductivity surveys, Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeoscience, G04030
Krause S. , Hannah D.M., Wood P.J., Sadler J. (2011). Hydrology and Ecology interfaces: processes and interactions in wetland, riparian and groundwater-based ecosystems. Ecohydrology Journal 4(4), 476-480 4(4), 476-480
Ledger, M.E. , Edwards, F., Brown, L.E., Woodward, G. & Milner, A.M. (2011) Impact of simulated drought on ecosystem biomass production: an experimental test in stream mesocosms. Global Change Biology, 17, 2288-2297.
Milner, A.M., L.E. Brown and D.M. Hannah (2009) Hydroecological effects of shrinking glaciers. Hydrological Processes. 23, 62-77