Kevin Devito
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Subsurface denitrification in a forest riparianzone: Interactions between hydrology and supplies ofnitrate and organic carbon
AR Hill, KJ Devito, S Campagnolo, K Sanmugadas
Biogeochemistry 51 (2), 193-223, 2000
4032000
A framework for broad‐scale classification of hydrologic response units on the Boreal Plain: Is topography the last thing to consider?
K Devito, I Creed, T Gan, C Mendoza, R Petrone, U Silins, B Smerdon
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (8), 1705-1714, 2005
3082005
Nitrate dynamics in relation to lithology and hydrologic flow path in a river riparian zone
KJ Devito, D Fitzgerald, AR Hill, R Aravena
Journal of Environmental Quality 29 (4), 1075-1084, 2000
2702000
Groundwater-surface water interactions in headwater forested wetlands of the Canadian Shield
KJ Devito, AR Hill, N Roulet
Journal of Hydrology 181 (1-4), 127-147, 1996
2391996
Shallow groundwater–surface water interactions in pond–peatland complexes along a Boreal Plains topographic gradient
JM Ferone, KJ Devito
Journal of Hydrology 292 (1-4), 75-95, 2004
2092004
Phosphorus and nitrogen retention in five Precambrian shield wetlands
KJ Devito, PJ Dillon, BD Lazerte
Biogeochemistry 8 (3), 185-204, 1989
1701989
Controls on runoff from a partially harvested aspen‐forested headwater catchment, Boreal Plain, Canada
KJ Devito, IF Creed, CJD Fraser
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (1), 3-25, 2005
1562005
Interaction of groundwater and shallow lakes on outwash sediments in the sub-humid Boreal Plains of Canada
BD Smerdon, KJ Devito, CA Mendoza
Journal of Hydrology 314 (1-4), 246-262, 2005
1312005
Advances in Canadian wetland hydrology, 1999–2003
JS Price, BA Branfireun, J Michael Waddington, KJ Devito
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (1), 201-214, 2005
1222005
Landscape controls on phosphorus loading to boreal lakes: implications for the potential impacts of forest harvesting
KJ Devito, IF Creed, RL Rothwell, EE Prepas
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57 (10), 1977-1984, 2000
1222000
Flow reversals in peatlands influenced by local groundwater systems
KJ Devito, JM Waddington, BA Branfireun
Hydrological Processes 11 (1), 103-110, 1997
1161997
The influence of hydrologic conditions and peat oxia on the phosphorus and nitrogen dynamics of a conifer swamp
KJ Devito, PJ Dillon
Water Resources Research 29 (8), 2675-2685, 1993
1151993
Dynamics of evapotranspiration from a riparian pond complex in the Western Boreal Forest, Alberta, Canada
RM Petrone, U Silins, KJ Devito
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 21 (11), 1391-1401, 2007
1052007
Conceptualizing water movement in the Boreal Plains. Implications for watershed reconstruction
K Devito, C Mendoza, C Qualizza
1032012
Inter‐comparison of hydro‐climatic regimes across northern catchments: Synchronicity, resistance and resilience
SK Carey, D Tetzlaff, J Seibert, C Soulsby, J Buttle, H Laudon, ...
Hydrological Processes 24 (24), 3591-3602, 2010
1022010
Sulphate dynamics in relation to groundwater–surface water interactions in headwater wetlands of the southern Canadian Shield
KJ Devito, AR Hill
Hydrological Processes 11 (5), 485-500, 1997
1001997
Importance of runoff and winter anoxia to the P and N dynamics of a beaver pond
KJ Devito, PJ Dillon
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 50 (10), 2222-2234, 1993
981993
Nitrogen mineralization and nitrification in upland and peatland forest soils in two Canadian Shield catchments
KJ Devito, CJ Westbrook, SL Schiff
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29 (11), 1793-1804, 1999
921999
Surface vegetation controls on evapotranspiration from a sub‐humid Western Boreal Plain wetland
SM Brown, RM Petrone, C Mendoza, KJ Devito
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 24 (8), 1072-1085, 2010
912010
Two adjacent forested catchments: Dramatically different NO3 export
SL Schiff, KJ Devito, RJ Elgood, PM McCrindle, J Spoelstra, P Dillon
Water Resources Research 38 (12), 28-1-28-13, 2002
912002
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