BROOK90 Publications

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Schmidt-Walter, P., V. Trotsiuk, K. Meusberger, M. Zacios, and H. Meesenburg. 2020. Advancing simulations of water fluxes, soil moisture and drought stress using the LWF-Brook90 hydrological model in R. Agric For Meteorol 291, 108023.

Vorobevskii, I., R. Kronenberg, and C. Bernhoffer. 2020. Global BROOK90 R package: An automatic framework to simulate the water balance at any location. Water 12(7):2037;


Rosas, N.G. 2019. Evaluation of rainfall runoff modelling using BROOK90 in R in a case study of a catchment area in Colombia. M.S. Thesis, Tech Univ Dresden, Germany.

Kronenberg, R., L.M. Oehlschlägel, C. Bernhofer, and T.T. Luong. 2019. Introducing an implementation of Brook90 in R. Geophys Res Abstr 21:1.


Ahrends, B., J. Sutmöller, P. Schmidt-Walter, and H. Meesenburg. 2018. Beitrag von Walflächen zur Sickerwasserbildung in Niedersachsen. Forum für Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 39.18:169-180.

Danescu, A., U. Kohnle, J.Bauhus, J.Sohn, and A.T. Albrecht. 2018. Stability of tree increment in relation to episodic drought in uneven-structured, mixed stands in southwestern Germany. For Ecol Manage 415/416:148-159.

Felsmann, K., M. Baudis, Z.E. Kayler, H. Puhlmann, A. Ulrich, and A. Gessler. 2018. Responses of the structure and function of the understory plant communities to precipitation reduction across forest ecosystems in Germany. Annals For Sci 75:3, 18 p.

Wiemann, S., F. Al Janabi, A. Eltner, R. Krüger, T.T. Luong, H. Sardemann, T. Singer, D. Spieler, and R. Kronenberg. 2018. Entwicklung eines Informationssystems zur Analyse und Vorhersage hydrometeorologischer Extremereignisse in mittleren und kleinen Einzugsgebieten. Forum für Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung Heft 39.18:357-367.


Khairy, H., G.M. Moghim, and H. Ahmadi. 2017. Modeling water balance components in the small-forested watershed (Case study: Kasilian Representative Basin). J Spatial Planning 21(4):59-85.

Listing, M., P. Schmidt-Walter, and J. Eichhorn. 2017. Änderung der Sickerwassermengen und Nährstofffrachten durch verschiedene Pflanzenkohlesubstrate in einem Kulturversuch auf einem sandigen Waldstandort. Jahrestagung der DBG 2017: Horizonte des Bodens, 02.-07.09.2017, Göttingen.

Luong, T. T., R. Kronenberg, C. Bernhofer, F.A. Janabi, and N. Schütze. 2017. Comparative estimation and assessment of initial soil moisture conditions for Flash Flood warning in Saxony. Proc 19th EGU Gen Assembly, Vienna, p.3728


Hillman, G. and R. Rothwell. 2016. Spring Creek Representative and Experimental Watershed Project. The Forestry Chronicle, 92(1):43-46.

Nidzgorski, D. A. and S. E. Hobbie. 2016. Urban trees reduce nutrient leaching to groundwater. Ecol Applications 26:1566-1580.

Park J. and M-K. Kim. 2016. Development and validation of BROOK90-K for estimating irrigation return flows. J Korean Geomorph Assoc 23:87-101.

Vilhar, U. 2016 Comparison of drought stress indices in beech forests: a modelling study. iForest 9:635-642.

Wegehenkel, M., A. Wagner, T. Amoriello, S. Fleck, H. Meesenburg, and S. Raspe. 2016. Impact of stoniness correction of soil hydraulic parameters on water balance simulations of forest plots. J Plant Nutrition Soil Sci 180:71-86.

Železnik, P., U. Vilhar, M. Starr, M. de Groot, and H. Kraigher. 2016. Fine root dynamics in Slovenian beech forests in relation to soil temperature and water availability. Trees 30:375-384.


Bauwe, A. 2015. Forests in northeastern Germany – Investigations into soil drought, climate sensitivity, and future growth trends. Doctoral Diss, Univ Rostock.

Gimbel, K.F., H. Puhlmann and M. Weiler. 2015. Does drought alter hydrological functions in forest soils? An infiltration experiment. Hydrol Earth Syst Sci Discuss 12:7689–7725.

Jung, H., J.H. Yoon, and S.W. Jeon. 2015. Assessing the impacts of climate change on the forested watersheds in Korea using RCM scenarios. Am Geophys Union Fall Meeting (Abstract).

Kremsa, J., J. Krecek, and E. Kubin. 2015. Comparing the impacts of mature spruce forests and grasslands on snow melt, water resource recharge, and run-off in the northern boreal environment. Internat Soil Water Cons Res 3:50-56.

Kühn, A.R., S. Grill, M. Baumgarten, D. P. Ankerst, and R. Matyssek. 2015. Daily growth of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) on moist sites is affected by short-term drought rather than ozone uptake. Trees 29:1501-1519.

Park, J. 2015 Storage estimation of irrigation reservoir using BROOK90-R hydrological model. Intern Conf Biol Environ Food Eng (BEFE-2015) May 15-16 2015 Singapore.

Schaetzl, R.J., M.D. Luehmann and D.Rothstein. 2015. Pulses of Podzolization: The relative importance of spring snowmelt, summer storms, and fall rains on Spodosol development. Soil Sci Soc Am J 79:117-131.

Vetter, S. 2015. Kohlendioxid- und Wasserflüsse über semiarider Steppe in der Inneren Mongolei (China). Doctoral Diss. Tech Universität Dresden. 200 p.

Weigt, R.B., S. Bräunlich, L. Zimmermann, M. Saurer, T.E.E. Grams, H-P. Dietrich, R.T.W. Siegwolf, and P.S. Nikolova. 2015. Comparison of d18O and d13>C values between tree-ring whole wood and cellulose in five species growing under two different site conditions. Rapid Comm Mass Spectrom 29:2233-2244.


Baumgarten, M., W. Weis, A. Kühn, K. May, and R. Matyssek. 2014. Forest transpiration—targeted through xylem sap flux assessment versus hydrological modeling. Euro J For Res 133:1-14.

Campbell, J.L., A.M. Socci, and P.H. Templer. 2014. Increased nitrogen leaching following soil freezing is due to decreased root uptake in a northern hardwood forest. Global Change Biol 20:2663-2673.

Carr, A.E., K. Loague, and J.E. VanderKwaak. 2014. Hydrologic-response simulations for the North Fork of Caspar Creek: Second-growth, clear-cut, new-growth, and cumulative watershed effect scenarios. Hydrological Processes 28:1476-1494.

Körner, P., T. Pluntke, A. Sachse, N. Böttcher, D. Naumov, O. Kolditz, & C. Bernhofer. 2014. Inverse determination of groundwater inflow using water balance simulations. Environ Earth Sci 72: 4757-4769.

Lamacová, A., J. Hruška, P. Krám, E. Stuchlik, A. Farda, T. Chuman, and D. Fottová. 2014. Runoff trends analysis and future projections of hydrologic patterns in small forested catchment. Soil Water Res 9(4):169-181.

Schaetzl, R. J., M. D. Luehmann, and D. Rothstein. 2014. Pulses of Podzolization: The relative importance of spring snowmelt, summer storms, and fall rains on spodosol development. Soil Sci Soc Am J 79:117-131.

Shaffrath, D. 2014. Spatiotemporal studies of evapotranspiration in Inner Mongolian grasslands. Doctoral Diss. Tech Universität Dresden. 99 p.

Szkokan-Emilson, E.J., S.A. Watmough, and J.M. Gunn. 2014. Wetlands as long-term sources of metals to receiving waters in mining-impacted landscapes. Environ Pollution 192:91-103.


Bauwe, A., M. Koch, R. Kallweit, A. Konopatzky, B. Strohbach, and B. Lennarz. 2013. Tree-ring growth response of Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) to climate and soil water availability in the lowlands of north-eastern Germany. Baltic Forestry 19:212-225.

Lovett, G.M., M.A. Arthur, K. C. Weathers, R.D. Fitzhugh, and P.H. Templer. 2013. Nitrogen addition increases carbon storage in soils, but not in trees, in an Eastern U.S. deciduous forest. Ecosystems 16:980-1001.

Pilaš, I., B. Vrbek, and T. Nemeš. 2013. The application of BROOK90 ecohydrological model in the estimation of soil water status in poplar plantations affected by groundwater decline. J Radovi-šumarski Inst Jastrebarsko 45(1): 49-61.

Rico, K., G. Tino, F. Johannes, and B. Christian. 2013. Application of synthetic meteorological time series in BROOK90: A case study for the Tharandt Forest in Saxony, Germany. Open J Modern Hydrol 3: 214-225.

Schaffrath, D. and C. Bernhofer. 2013. Variability and distribution of spatial evapotranspiration in semi arid Inner Mongolian grasslands from 2002 to 2011. Springerplus 2013 2:547, 17 p.

Schaffrath, D., S.H. Vetter, and C. Bernhofer. 2013. Spatial precipitation and evapotranspiration in the typical steppe of Inner Mongolia, China – A model based approach using MODIS data. J Arid Environ 88:184-193.

Spank, U., K. Schwärze, M. Renner, U. Moderow, and C. Bernhofer. 2013. Effects of measurement uncertainties of meteorological data on estimates of site water balance components. J Hydrol. 492:176-189.

Tesar, M. and J. Buchtele. 2013. Evaluation of the appearing changes in water regime at Ráztoka and Cervík basins in the Beskydy Mts. Beskydy 6:135-148.

Yu, P., Y. Wang, D. Apeng, W. Guan, K. Feger, K. Schwärzel, M. Bonell, W. Xiong, and S. Pan. 2013. The effect of site conditions on flow after forestation in a dryland region of China. Agric For Meteorol 178/179:66-74.


Bauwe, A., C. Criegee, S. Glatzel, and B. Lennartz. 2012. Model-based analysis of the spatial variability and long-term trends of soil drought at Scots pine stands in northeastern Germany. Eur J For Res 131:1013-1024.

Combalicer, E. and S. Im. 2012. Change anomalies of hydrologic responses to climate variability and land-use changes in the Mt. Makiling Forest Reserve. J Environ Sci Manage 1-13 (Special Issue 1-2012), p 1-13.

Markart, G., F. Perzl, K. Klebinder, B. Kohl, M. Adams, B. Sotier, U. Stary, M. Strasser, and K. Suntinger. 2012. Evaluation and quantification of possible impacts of climate change on hydrological characteristics of forests in the Waidhofen a.d. Ybbs region. South East Europe Transitional Cooperation Programme, Final Report - CC-WaterS - Climate Change and Impacts on Water Supply. 93 p.

Schaffrath, D. and C. Bernhofer 2012. Spatial application of BROOK90 in managed Inner Mongolia grasslands: a case study on evapotranspiration from 2002 to 2011. Am Geophy Union, Fall Meeting 2012, abstract #H33B-1290.

Schaffrath, D., S.H. Vetter, and C. Bernhofer. 2012. Modelling spatial evapotranspiration with BROOK90, MODIS surface temperature and leaf area index for managed grasslands in Inner Mongolia China. Geophys Res Abstr 14: EGU2012-8048.

Tahir, B. 2012. Comparison of the water balance of two forest stands using the BROOK90 model. Student Thesis Series INES Nr 255. Univ Lund, Sweden.

Yao, H., C. McConnell, A. James, and C Fu. 2012. Comparing and Modifying Eight Empirical Models of Snowmelt Using Data from Harp Experimental Station in Central Ontario. Brit J Environ Clim Change 2:259-277.


Bencoková, A., J. Hruška, and P. Jakub-Krám. 2011. Modeling anticipated climate change impact on biogeochemical cycles of an acidified headwater catchment. Appl Geochem 26:S6-S8.

Bencoková, A., P. Krám, and J. Hruška. 2011. Future climate and changes in flow patterns in Czech headwater catchments. Climate Res 49:1-15.

Bencoková, A., J. Hruška, P. Krám, and E. Stuchlik. 2011. Future and recent changes in flow patterns in the Czech headwater catchments. Die Bodenkultur 62(1-4):15-20.

Groh, J. 2011. Modellierung des Bodenwasserhaushalts und Analyse des Trockenstresses für zwei Waldstandorte im Odenwald. Masterarbeit, Inst für Hydrol der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg. 130 p.

Peters, R., K. Schwärzel, and K-H Feger. 2011. Fuzzy-Inference System zur Regionalization des Standortswasserhaushalts von Wäldern. Waldökologie, Landschaftsforschung und Naturschutz 12:111-117.

Scharnweber, T., M. Manthey, C. Criegee, A. Bauwe, C. Schröder, and M. Wilking. 2011. Drought matters - Declining precipitation influences growth of Fagus sylvatica L. and Quercus robur L. in north-eastern Germany. For Ecol Manage 262:947-961.


Ahmadnejad A.R., S.H. Golmaei, and M.Z. Ahmadi. 2010. Simulation rainfall-runoff processes and water balance component in rivers basin (case study: korkorsar river basin). J Watershed Manag Res 1:74-87.

Ahrends, B., C. Penne, and O. Panferov. 2010. Impact of target diameter harvesting on spatial and temporal pattern of drought risk in forest ecosystems under climate change conditions. Open Geogr J 3:91-102.

Bencoková, A., P. Krám, and J. Hruška. 2010. The impact of climate change on hydrological patterns in Czech headwater catchments. Hydrol Earth Syst Sci Discuss, 7:1245-1278.

Combalicer, E.A., R.V.O. Cruz, S.H. Lee, and S. Im. 2010. Modelling hydrologic processes distribution in a tropical forest watershed in the Philippines. J Tropical For Sci, Apr 2010.

Combalicer, E.A., R.V.O. Cruz, S. Lee and S. Im. 2010. Assessing climate change impacts on water balance in the Mount Makiling forest, Philippines. J.Earth Syst Sci 119:265-283.

Spang, U. 2010. Site water budget: Influences of measurement uncertainties on measurement results and model results. PhD Diss Tech Univ Dresden.

Vilhar U., M. Starr, K. Katzensteiner, P. Simoncic, L. Kajfež-Bogataj, and J. Diaci. 2010. Modelling drainage fluxes in managed and natural forests in the Dinaric karst: a model comparison study. European J For Res 129:729-740.


Beckers, L., B. Smerdon, T. Redding, A. Anderson, R. Pike and A.T. Werner. 2009. Hydrologic models for forest management applications: Part 1: Model selection. Streamline Watershed Management Bull 13:35-44.

Czajkowski, T., B. Ahrends and A. Bolte. 2009. Critical limits of soil water availability (CL-SWA) for forest trees: an approach based on plant water status. vTI Agric Forest Res 2 2009 (59)87-94.

Combalicer, E. A., S. Ahn , D.Y. Kim , S.H. Lee, and S. Im. 2009. Simulating water balance of the small-forested watershed using BROOK90 model. In Y. Fukushima et al. (eds.), From Headwaters to the Ocean, p 181-186. CRC Press.

Holst, J., R. Grote, C. Offermann, J.P. Ferrio, A. Gessler, H. Mayer, and H. Rennenberg. 2009. Water fluxes within beech stands in complex terrain. Intern J Biometeorol 54: 23-36.

Panferov, O., C. Doering, E. Rauch, A. Sogachev, and B. Ahrends. 2009. Feedbacks of windthrow for Norway spruce and Scots pine stands under changing climate. Environ Res Lett 4:045019.

Schwärzel, K., K.-H. Fegera, J. Häntzschel, A. Menzer, U. Spank, F. Clausnitzer, B. Köstner and C. Bernhofer. 2009. A novel approach in model-based mapping of soil water conditions at forest sites. For Ecol Manage258:2163-2174.


Combalicer, E.A., S. H. Lee, S. Ahn, D. Y. Kim and S. Im. 2008. Modeling water balance for the small-forested watershed in Korea. KSCE J Civil Eng 12:339-348.

Holst, J., T. Holst, and H. Mayer. 2008. Analyses of water balance components of beech stands in south-western Germany using BROOK90. Ber Meteor Inst Univ Freiburg 17:61-68.


Daley, M.J. 2007. Changes in ecohydrological function due to the loss and replacement of eastern hemlock in a New England forest. PhD Diss Boston Univ, 189 p.

Hellström, R.Å. and B.G. Mark. 2007. Observing seasonal and diurnal hydrometeorological variability within a tropical alpine valley: Implications for evapotranspiration. Am Geophys Union, Fall Meeting 2007, abstract #GC41A-0108.

Herman, F., and 9 others. 2007. Modeling of nitrogen dynamics in an Austrian alpine forest ecosystem on calcareous soils: a scenario-based risk assessment under changing environmental conditions. Scientific World J 21:7 Suppl 1:159-65.

Im, S.J., S.H. Lee, S.J. Ahn. 2007. Prediction of runoff on a small forested watershed using BROOK90 model. Korean J Ecol Environ 40:155-162.

Im, S., L. Sangho, and A. Donghwan. 2007. Hydrologic effects of climate changes in a forest watershed (abstr). In Oxley, L. and Kulasiri, D. (eds) MODSIM 2007 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Soc Australia and New Zealand, p. 610.

McGee, G.G., M.J. Mitchell, D.J. Leopold, and D.J. Raynal. 2007. Comparison of soil nutrient fluxes from tree-fall gap zones of an old-growth northern hardwood forest. J Torrey Bot Soc 134: 269-280.

Richards, K. 2007. Wildfire and Watershed Hydrology: A Demonstration of the BROOK90 Hydrologic Model as a Tool for Estimating Post-Wildfire Stream-flows in South Boulder Creek, Colorado. Hydrology Days 2007 (abstradt).

K. Schwärzel, J. Häntzschel, T. Grünwald, B. Köstner, C. Bernhofer, and K.-H. Feger. 2007. Fundamentals of the spatially distributed simulation of the water balance of forest sites in a low-range mountain area. Adv Geosci 11:43-47

Wahren, A., K. Schwärzel, K.H. Feger, A. Münch, and I. Dittrich. 2007. Identification and model based assessment of the potential water retention caused by land-use changes. Adv Geosci 11:49-56.


Buchtele, J, M. Buchtelová, and M. Tesar. 2006. Role of vegetation in the variability of water regimes in the Šumava Mts forest. Biologia 61(Suppl 19):246:250.

Dijkstra, F.A., K. Wrage, S.E. Hobbie, and P.B. Reich. 2006. Tree patches show greater N losses but maintain higher soil N availability than grassland patches in a frequently burned oak savanna. Ecosystems 9:441-452.

Eamus, D., T. Hatton, P. Cook, and C. Colvin. 2006. Ecohydrology: Vegetation Function, Water and Resource Management. CSIRO Publishing. 348 p.

Hellström, R.Å. and B.G. Mark. 2006. An embedded sensor network for measuring hydrometeorological variability within an alpine valley. 63rd Eastern Snow Conf p. 263-279.

Krecek, J., J. Turek, E. Ljungren, E. Stuchlík, and F. Šporka. 2006. Hydrological processes in small catchments of mountain headwater lakes: The Tatra Mountains. Biologia 61(Supp 18):S1-S10.

Vilhar, U. 2006. Water balance of a Dinaric silver fir-beech forest in Kocevski Rog. Doctoral Diss. Univ Lubljana. 295 p.

Vilhar, U. , P. Simoncic, L. Kajfež-Bogataj, K. Katzensteiner, and J. Diaci. 2006. Influence of forest management practice on water balance of forests in the Dinaric karst. All About Karst and Water 290-295, Vienna.


Baums, A.-B., T. Grünwald, and C. Bernhofer. Modelling Net Ecosystem Carbon Exchange (NEE) of a Forest Ecosystem in Middle Europe. In Zerger, A. and Argent, R.M. (eds) MODSIM 2005 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2005.

Huber, C. 2005. Long lasting nitrate leaching after bark beetle attack in the highlands of the Bavarian Forest National Park. J Environ Qual 34:1772-1779.

Jost, G., G.B.M. Heuvelink, and A. Papritz. 2005. Analysing the space-time distribution of soil water storage of a forest ecosystem using spatio-temporal kriging. Geoderma 128:258-273.

Li, J-X, L-S. Li and G-L. Tian. 2005. BROOK90 model structure and application characteristics. Inner Mongolia Science Technology and Economy 8:?

Li, J-X. 2005. BROOK90 model in Guanting Reservoir Gui River Basin. Inner Mongolia Agricultural University thesis.

Wellpott, A., F. Imbry, D.Schindler, and H. Mayer. 2005. Simulation of drought for a Scots pine forest (Pinus sylvestris L.) in the southern upper Rhine plain. Meteorole Zeitschr 14:143-150.


Armbruster, M., J. Seegert, and K-H. Feger. 2004. Effects of changes in tree species composition on water flow dynamics: Model applications and their limitations. Plant Soil 264:13-24.

Hollinger, D.Y. and 12 others. 2004. Spatial and temporal variability in forest–atmosphere CO2 exchange. Glob Change Biol 10:1689–1706.


Federer, C.A., C. Vörösmarty, and B. Fekete. 2003. Sensitivity of annual evaporation to soil and root properties in two models of contrasting complexity. J Hydromet 4:1276-1290.

Feger, K.H., J. Seegert, M. Armbruster, and C. Bernhofer. 2003. The potential effect of land-use on runoff dynamics - application of the BROOK90 model to a forested catchment in the eastern Ore Mountains (Germany) using data of the summer flood 2002. In M. Stähli and C. Hegg (eds.), Internat Workshop on Mountain Hydrol, April 2-4, 2003 Einsiedeln (Switzerland), Abstracts, 37.

Fitzhugh, R.D., C.T. Driscoll, P.M. Groffman, G.L. Tierney, T.J. Fahey, and J.P. Hardy. 2003. Soil freezing and the acid-base chemistry of soil solutions in a northern hardwood forest. Soil Sci Soc of Am J 67:1897-1908.

Holst, T., A. Gessler, H. Rennenberg, A. Wellpott, and H. Mayer. 2003. Auswirkungen von Klima- und Landnutzänderungen auf den Wasserhaushalt von Buchenbeständen (Fagus sylvatica L.) auf der Baaralb. Forum für Hydrologie und Wasserwirtschafte 04/03: 35-42.

Scherzer, J., U. Wunn, and B. Schultze. 2003. Einfluss des Faktorenkomplexes "Wasserhaushaltsmodell - Anwender" auf Modellparameter und Simulationsergebnisse am Beispiel eines Eichenmischbestandes im Pfälzerwald. Freiburger Forstliche Forschung, 49, 207 - 218.


Bustamante Gonzalez, A. 2002. Hydrologic effects of vegetative practices on ponderosa pine watersheds in Arizona. PhD Dissertation. University of Arizona, Tucson. 121 p.

Dingman, S.L. 2002. Physical Hydrology, 2nd ed. Prentice-Hall, New Jersey. 646 p.

Eisold, B. 2002. Überprüfung der Eignung des physikalisch begründeten Ansatzes "BROOK90" für die Berechnung von N-A Charakteristika im Einzugsgebiet der Weissritz. Diplomarbeit, TU Dresden, Dresden.

McHale, M.R., J.J. McDonnell, M.J. Mitchell, and C.P. Cirmo. 2002. A field-based study of soil water and groundwater nitrate release in an Adirondack forested watershed, Water Resour Res 38:2-1 to 2-16.

Seegert, J., M. Armbruster, and K-H. Feger. 2002. Application of the Brook90 model to two contrasting forested catchments in Germany - the potential effects of changes in tree species composition on water flow dynamics. In G. Schmitz (ed.), Proc 3rd Internat Conf on Water Resources and Environment Research, July 22-25, 2002, Dresden, p. 76-80.


Fitzhugh, R. D., C.T. Driscoll, P.M. Groffman, G.L. Tierney, T.J. Fahey, and J.P. Hardy. 2001. Effects of soil freezing disturbance on soil solution nitrogen, phosphorus, and carbon chemistry in a northern hardwood ecosystem. Biogeochem 56:215-238.

Hammel, K. and M. Kennel. 2001. Charakterisierung und Analyse der Wasserverfügbarkeit und des Wasserhaushalts von Waldstandorten in Bayern mit dem Simulationsmodell BROOK90. Forstliche Forschungsberichte München 185. 135 p.

Mitchell, M.J., C.T. Driscoll, J.S. Owen, D. Schaefer, R. Michener, and D.J. Raynal. 2001. Nitrogen biogeochemistry of three hardwood forest ecosystems in the Adirondack Region of New York. Biogeochem 56:93-133.

Rock, B. L. Carter, H. Walker, J. Bradbury, L. Dingman, and T. Federer. 2001. Climate impacts on regional water. In New England Regional Assessment Group. Preparing for a changing climate: The potential consequences of climate variability and change - New England regional overview. U.S. Global Change Research Program. Univ New Hampshire, Durham. p. 49-67.

Swanson, R.H. and R.L. Rothwell. 2001. Hydrologic recovery of aspen clearcuts in northwestern Alberta. USDA Forest Service Proc RMRS-P-18: 121-135.


Briggs, R.D., J.W. Hornbeck, C.T. Smith, R.C. Lemin Jr., and M.L. McCormack. 2000. Long-term effects of forest management on nutrient cycling in spruce-fir forests. For Ecol Manage 138:285-299.

Campbell J.L., C. Eagar, W.H. McDowell, and J.W. Hornbeck. 2000. An analysis of nitrogen dynamics in the Lye Brook wilderness Area, Vermont, USA. Water Air Soil Pollut 122:63-75.

Campbell J.L., J.W. Hornbeck, W.H. McDowell, D.C. Buso, J.B. Shanley, and G.E. Likens. 2000. Dissolved organic nitrogen budgets for upland, forested ecosystems in New England. Biogeochem 49:123-142.

Canfield, H. E. and V. L. Lopes. 2000. Simulating soil moisture change in a semiarid rangeland watershed with a process-based water-balance model. USDA For Serv Proc RMRS-P-13.


Kennel, M. 1999. Modellierung des Wasser- und Stoffhaushaltes im Einzugsgebiet Grosse Ohe mit den Modellen BROOK90 und NuCM; in: Schriftenreihe "Wasserhaushalt und Stoffbilanzen im naturnahen Einzugsgebiet Grosse Ohe" des Nationalparks Bayerischer Wald, Band 7. Grafenau. p 23-36.

Kopczynsk, S.E., D. Lawson, and J. Denner. 1999. Preliminary results from the application of the Brook90 hydrologic water balance model to a glacierized basin in South Central Alaska (abtract). In Geol Soc Am, Northeastern Section, 34rd Annual Meeting. 31(2):28.

Markart, G.O. 1999. Zum Wasserhaushalt von Hochlagenaufforstungen - am Beispiel der Aufforstung von Haggen bei St. Sigmund im Sellrain. Univ für Bodenkultur Wien, Dissertation 185 p.


Baum, B. 1998. A validation of the watershed model BROOK90 using forty-years of lake data from northern Arizona. Northern Arizona Univ, School of Forestry, M.S. Thesis, Flagstaff AZ.

Buchtele, J., A. Herrmann, F. Marage, and O.J. Bajracharya. 1998. Simulation of effects of land-use changes on runoff and evapotranspiration. In Kovar, K., U. Tappeiner, N.E. Peters, and R.G. Craig, eds. Hydrology, Water Resources and Ecology in Headwaters. Int Assoc Sci Hydrol Pub 248:99-106.

Buchtele, J., M. Buchtelová, F. Gallart, J. Latron, P. Llorens, C. Salvany, and A.Herrmann. 1998. Rainfall-runoff processes modelling using SACRAMENTO and BROOK models in the Cal Rodó catchment (Pyrenees, Spain). Conf on Catchment Hydrological and Biochemical Processes in Changing Enviroment, Liblice, Cz. p.13-16.

Canfield, H.E. and V.L. Lopes. 1998. Simulating soil moisture change on a semiarid watershed. EOS Trans Am Geophys Union 79(17) Spring Meeting Supp S149.

Kennel, M. 1998. Modelliering des Wasser- und Stoffhaushaltes von Waldökosystemen - Fallstudien: Forsthydrologisches Forschungsgebiet Krofdorf, Referenzeinzugsgebiet Grosse Ohe. Forstliche Forschungsberichte München 168/98, 389 p.

Kim, M. K. 1998. Klima- und Landnutzungsänderungen und deren hydrologische Auswirkungen im Harz und Harzvorland. Wasserhaushaltsmodellierung mit modifiziertem Programmpaket BROOK90 (BROOKTOP). Landschaftsökologie und Umweltforschung Heft 29. Inst für Geographie und Geoökologie der Tech Univ Braunschweig, 120 p.


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