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Storage of water on vegetation under simulated rainfall of varying intensity
RF Keim, AE Skaugset, M Weiler
Advances in Water Resources 29 (7), 974-986, 2006
2692006
Temporal persistence of spatial patterns in throughfall
RF Keim, AE Skaugset, M Weiler
Journal of Hydrology 314 (1-4), 263-274, 2005
2632005
Modelling effects of forest canopies on slope stability
RF Keim, AE Skaugset
Hydrological Processes 17 (7), 1457-1467, 2003
1802003
Throughfall and stemflow in wooded ecosystems
DF Levia, RF Keim, DE Carlyle-Moses, EE Frost
Forest hydrology and biogeochemistry: synthesis of past research and future …, 2011
1662011
Functions and effectiveness of silvicultural streamside management zones in loessial bluff forests
RF Keim, SH Schoenholtz
Forest Ecology and Management 118 (1-3), 197-209, 1999
1101999
The role of stable isotopes in understanding rainfall interception processes: a review
ST Allen, RF Keim, HR Barnard, JJ McDonnell, J Renée Brooks
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 4 (1), e1187, 2017
952017
The role of pre‐event canopy storage in throughfall and stemflow by using isotopic tracers
ST Allen, JR Brooks, RF Keim, BJ Bond, JJ McDonnell
Ecohydrology 7 (2), 858-868, 2014
852014
A virtual experiment on the effects of evaporation and intensity smoothing by canopy interception on subsurface stormflow generation
RF Keim, HJ Tromp-van Meerveld, JJ McDonnell
Journal of Hydrology 327 (3-4), 352-364, 2006
772006
Time scale and intensity dependency in multiplicative cascades for temporal rainfall disaggregation
DE Rupp, RF Keim, M Ossiander, M Brugnach, JS Selker
Water resources research 45 (7), 2009
752009
Ecological response of forested wetlands with and without large-scale Mississippi River input: implications for management
J Day, R Hunter, RF Keim, R DeLaune, G Shaffer, E Evers, D Reed, ...
Ecological Engineering 46, 57-67, 2012
742012
Estimating linkages between forest structural variables and rainfall interception parameters in semi-arid deciduous oak forest stands
O Fathizadeh, SM Hosseini, A Zimmermann, RF Keim, AD Boloorani
Science of the Total Environment 601, 1824-1837, 2017
712017
Dynamics of coarse woody debris placed in three Oregon streams
RF Keim, AE Skaugset, DS Bateman
Forest Science 46 (1), 13-22, 2000
612000
Digital terrain modeling of small stream channels with a total-station theodolite
RF Keim, AE Skaugset, DS Bateman
Advances in water resources 23 (1), 41-48, 1999
591999
Spatial heterogeneity and temporal stability of throughfall under individual Quercus brantii trees
O Fathizadeh, P Attarod, RF Keim, A Stein, GZ Amiri, AA Darvishsefat
Hydrological Processes 28 (3), 1124-1136, 2014
582014
Floodplain biogeochemical processing of floodwaters in the Atchafalaya River Basin during the Mississippi River flood of 2011
DT Scott, RF Keim, BL Edwards, CN Jones, DE Kroes
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 119 (4), 537-546, 2014
552014
A linear system model of dynamic throughfall rates beneath forest canopies
RF Keim, AE Skaugset
Water Resources Research 40 (5), 2004
472004
A seasonal evaluation of the reformulated Gash interception model for semi-arid deciduous oak forest stands
O Fathizadeh, SM Hosseini, RF Keim, AD Boloorani
Forest Ecology and Management 409, 601-613, 2018
442018
Spatial patterns of throughfall isotopic composition at the event and seasonal timescales
ST Allen, RF Keim, JJ McDonnell
Journal of Hydrology 522, 58-66, 2015
442015
Storage and routing of precipitation through canopies
A Klamerus-Iwan, TE Link, RF Keim, JT Van Stan II
Precipitation partitioning by vegetation: A global synthesis, 17-34, 2020
432020
Linked spatial variability of throughfall amount and intensity during rainfall in a coniferous forest
RF Keim, TE Link
Agricultural and forest meteorology 248, 15-21, 2018
432018
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