Feshie (Allt a' Mharcaidh)

1998:

  • Soulsby, C., Chen, M., Ferrier, R.C., Helliwell, R.C., Jenkins, A. and Harriman, R. (1998). Hydrogeochemistry of shallow groundwater in an upland Scottish catchment. Hydrological Processes, 12, 1111-1127.

2000:

  • Soulsby, C., Malcolm, R., Helliwell, R., Ferrier, R.C., and Jenkins, A. (2000). Isotope hydrology of the Allt a' Mharcaidh catchment, Cairngorms Scotland: implications for hydrological pathways and residence times. Hydrological Processes, 14, 747-726.

2003:

  • Soulsby, C. and Dunn, S.M. (2003). Towards integrating tracer studies in conceptual rainfall-runoff models: recent insights from a sub-arctic catchment in the Cairngorm mountains, Scotland. Hydrological Processes, 17, 403-416.

2004:

  • Hannah, D.M., Malcolm, I.A., Soulsby, C. and Youngson, A.F. (2004). Heat exchange and temperature behaviour in a salmon spawning stream in the Cairngorms, Scotland: seasonal and subseasonal dynamics. Rivers Research and Application, 20, 635-652.

2005:

  • Rodgers, P., Soulsby, C. and Waldron, S. (2005). Stable isotope tracers as diagnostic tools in upscaling flow path understanding and residence time estimates in a mountainous mesoscale catchment. Hydrological Processes, 19, 2291-2307.

2006:

  • Soulsby, C., Tetzlaff, D., Rodgers, P., Dunn, S.M., and Waldron, S. (2006). Runoff processes, stream water residence times and controlling landscape characteristics in a mesoscale catchment: an initial evaluation. Journal of Hydrology, 325, 197-221.

2008:

  • Dawson, J.J.C., Soulsby, C., Tetzlaff, D., Hrachowitz, M., Dunn, S.M. and Malcolm, I.A. (2008). Influence of hydrology and seasonality on DOC exports from three contrasting upland catchments. Biogeochemistry, 90, 93-113.

2009:

  • Dawson, J.C., Malcolm, I.A., Middlemas, S.J., Tetzlaff, D. and Soulsby, C. (2009). Is the composition of dissolved organic carbon changing in upland acidic streams? Environmental Science & Technology, 43, 7748-7753.
  • Tetzlaff, D., Seibert, J. and Soulsby, C. (2009). Inter-catchment comparison to assess the influence of topography and soils on catchment transit times in a geomorphic province; the Cairngorm mountains, Scotland. Hydrological Processes, 23, 1874-1886.

2010:

  • Hrachowitz, M., Soulsby, C., Tetzlaff, D., Speed, M. (2010). Catchment transit times and landscape controls - does scale matter? Hydrological Processes, 24, 117-125.
  • Kirchner, J.W., Tetzlaff, D. and Soulsby, C. (2010). Comparing chloride and water isotopes as hydrological tracers in two Scottish catchments. Hydrological Processes, 24, 1631-1645.
  • Soulsby, C., Tetzlaff, D. and Hrachowitz, M. (2010). Are transit times useful process-based tools for flow prediction and classification in ungauged basins in montane regions? Hydrological Processes, 24, 1685-1696.

 

Girnock

2000:

  • Langan, S., Donald, L., Donaghy, M., Hay, D. and Soulsby, C. (2001). Variation in river water temperature in a Scottish highland stream over a 30 year period. Science of the Total Environment, 265, 199-212.

2001:

  • Webb, J.H., Gibbins, C.N., Moir, H. and Soulsby, C. (2001). Flow requirements of spawning Atlantic salmon in an upland stream: implications for water resource management. Journal of the Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management, 15, 1-8.

2002:

  • Moir, H., Soulsby, C. and Youngson, A.F. (2002). The hydraulic and sedimentary controls on the availability of Atlantic salmon spawning habitat in the river system NE Scotland. Geomorphology, 45, 291-308.

2004:

  • Malcolm, I.A., Hannah, D., Donaghy, M., Soulsby, C., Youngson, A.F. and Bacon, P. (2004). Influence of riparian woodland on water temperatures in an upland salmon stream. Hydrology Earth System Sciences, 8, 449-459.
  • Malcolm, I.A., Soulsby, C., Youngson, A.F., Hannah, D.M., McLaren, I.S. and Thorne, A. (2004). Hydrological influences on hyporheic water quality: implications for salmonid survival. Hydrological Processes, 18, 1521-1542.

2005:

  • Malcolm, I.A., Soulsby, C., Youngson, A.F. and Hannah, D.M. (2005). Catchment scale controls on groundwater -surface interactions in salmon spawning gravels. Rivers Research and Application, 21, 977-989.
  • Moir, H., Gibbins, C., Soulsby, C. and Youngson, A. (2005). Validation of PHABSIM predictions for simulating salmon spawning habitat. Rivers Research and Application, 21, 1021-1034.
  • Soulsby, C., Malcolm, I.A., Youngson, A.F., Tetzlaff, D., Gibbins, C.N. and Hannah, D.M. (2005). Groundwater – surface water interactions in upland Scottish rivers: hydrological, hydrochemical and ecological implications. Scottish Journal of Geology, 41, 39-49.
  • Tetzlaff, D., Soulsby, C., Gibbins, C.N., Bacon, P.J. and Youngson, A.F. (2005). An approach to assessing the hydrological influences on feeding opportunities of juvenile salmon: a case study of 2 contrasting years in an Atlantic salmon stream. Hydrobiologia, 549, 65-77
  • Tetzlaff, D., Soulsby, C., Gibbins, C.N., Bacon, P.J., Malcolm, I.A., Langan, S.J. and Youngson, A.F. (2005). Variability in stream flow and temperatures during ecologically important time periods: implications for salmonids. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 9, 193-208.

2006:

  • Malcolm, I.A., Soulsby, C., and Youngson, A.F. (2006). High frequency logging technologies reveal state dependence of hyporheic process dynamics: implications for hydroecology. Hydrological Processes, 20, 615-622.
  • Moir, H.J., Gibbins, C.N., Soulsby, C., and Webb, J.H. (2006). Interactions between stream discharge and hydraulic conditions in contrasting channel morphologies and their influence on site utilization by spawning Atlantic salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 63, 1-19.
  • Soulsby, C., Tetzlaff, D., Dunn, S.M., and Waldron, S. (2006). Scaling up and out in runoff process understanding - insights from nested experimental catchment studies. Hydrological Processes, 20, 2461-2465.

2007:

  • Soulsby, C., Tetzlaff, D., Van den Bedem, N., Malcolm, I.A., Bacon, P.J., and Youngson, A.F. (2007). Inferring groundwater influence on streamwater in montane catchments from hydrochemical surveys of springs and seeps. Journal of Hydrology, 333, 199-213.
  • Tetzlaff, D., Soulsby, C., Waldron, S., Malcolm, I.A., Bacon, P.J., Dunn, S., Lilly, A. and Youngson, A.F. (2007). Conceptualization of runoff processes using GIS analysis and tracers in a nested mesoscale catchment. Hydrological Processes, 21, 1289-1307.
  • Tetzlaff, D., Soulsby, C., Bacon, P.J., Youngson, A.F., Gibbins, C.N. and Malcolm, I.A. (2007). Connectivity between landscapes and riverscapes – a unifying theme in integrating hydrology and ecology in catchment science? Hydrological Processes, 21, 1385-1389.

2008:

  • Hannah, D.M., Malcolm, I.A., Soulsby, C. and Youngson, A.F. (2008). A comparison of forest and moorland stream microclimate, heat exchanges and thermal dynamics. Hydrological Processes, 22, 919-940.
  • Malcolm, I.A., Soulsby, C., Hannah, D.M., Bacon, P.J., Youngson, A.F. and Tetzlaff, D. (2008). The influence of riparian woodland on stream temperatures: implications for the performance of juvenile salmonid. Hydrological Processes, 22, 968–979.
  • Tetzlaff, D., Gibbins, C.N., Bacon, P.J., Youngson, A.F., and Soulsby, C. (2008). Influence of hydrological regimes on the pre-spawning entry of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) into an upland river. Rivers Research and Application, 24, 528–542.
  • Tetzlaff, D., Uhlenbrook, S., Eppert, S. and Soulsby, C. (2008). Does the incorporation of process conceptualisation and tracer data improve the structure and performance of a simple rainfall-runoff model in a Scottish mesoscale catchment? Hydrological Processes, 22, 2461-2474.

2009:

  • Malcolm, I.A., Soulsby, C., Youngson, A.F., and Tetzlaff, D. (2009). Fine scale spatial and temporal variability of hyporheic hydrochemistry in salmon spawning gravels with contrasting groundwater-surface water interactions. Hydrogeology Journal, 17, 161-174.
  • Soulsby, C., Malcolm, I.A., Tetzlaff, D., and Youngson, A.F. (2009). Seasonal and inter-annual variability in hyporheic water quality revealed by four years continuous monitoring in a salmon spawning stream. Rivers Research Application, doi:10.1002/rra.1241.
  • Tetzlaff, D., Seibert, J. and Soulsby, C. (2009). Inter-catchment comparison to assess the influence of topography and soils on catchment transit times in a geomorphic province; the Cairngorm mountains, Scotland. Hydrological Processes, 23, 1874-1886.

2010:

  • Birkel, C., Tetzlaff, D., Dunn, S.M. and Soulsby, C. (2010). Towards simple dynamic process conceptualization in rainfall runoff models using multi-criteria calibration and tracers in temperate, upland catchments. Hydrological Processes, 24, 260-275.
  • Hrachowitz, M., Soulsby, C., Tetzlaff, D., Speed, M. (2010). Catchment transit times and landscape controls - does scale matter? Hydrological Processes, 24, 117-125.
  • Kirchner, J.W., Tetzlaff, D. and Soulsby, C. (2010). Comparing chloride and water isotopes as hydrological tracers in two Scottish catchments. Hydrological Processes, 24, 1631-1645.
  • Speed, M., Tetzlaff, D., Soulsby, C., Hrachowitz, M. and Waldron, S. (2010). Isotopic and geochemical tracers reveal similarities in transit times in contrasting mesoscale catchments. Hydrological Processes, 24, 1211-1224.
  • Tetzlaff, D., Soulsby, C., and Birkel, C. (2010). Hydrological connectivity and microbiological fluxes in montane catchments: the role of seasonality and climatic variability. Hydrological Processes, 24, 1231-1235.

 

Strontian

2009:

  • Hrachowitz, M., Soulsby, C. & Tetzlaff, D., Dawson, J.J.C. and Malcolm, I.A. (2009). Regionalization of transit time estimates in montane catchments by integrating landscape controls. Water Resources Research, 45, W05421, doi:10.1029/2008WR007496.
  • Soulsby, C., Tetzalff, D. and Hrachowitz, M. (2009). Tracers and transit times: windows for viewing catchment scale storage? Hydrological Processes, 23, 3503-3507.

2010:

  • Soulsby, C., Tetzlaff, D. and Hrachowitz, M. (2010). Are transit times useful process-based tools for flow prediction and classification in ungauged basins in montane regions? Hydrological Processes, 24, 1685-1696.