Mike Stewart
Mike Stewart
Emeritus Scientist of Aquifer Dynamics & GNS Science
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Storm runoff generation in humid headwater catchments: 1. Where does the water come from?
AJ Pearce, MK Stewart, MG Sklash
Water Resources Research 22 (8), 1263-1272, 1986
5901986
Stable isotope fractionation due to evaporation and isotopic exchange of falling waterdrops: Applications to atmospheric processes and evaporation of lakes
MK Stewart
Journal of Geophysical Research 80 (9), 1133-1146, 1975
4411975
Storm runoff generation in humid headwater catchments: 2. A case study of hillslope and low‐order stream response
MG Sklash, MK Stewart, AJ Pearce
Water Resources Research 22 (8), 1273-1282, 1986
3731986
Deuterium variations in storm rainfall: Implications for stream hydrograph separation
JJ McDonnell, M Bonell, MK Stewart, AJ Pearce
Water Resources Research 26 (3), 455-458, 1990
3311990
How old is streamwater? Open questions in catchment transit time conceptualization, modeling and analysis
JJ McDonnell, K McGuire, P Aggarwal, KJ Beven, D Biondi, G Destouni, ...
Hydrological Processes. 24: 1745-1754 24, 1745-1754, 2010
2802010
Modeling base flow soil water residence times from deuterium concentrations
MK Stewart, JJ McDonnell
Water Resources Research 27 (10), 2681-2693, 1991
2481991
Effect of catchment‐scale subsurface mixing on stream isotopic response
JJ McDonnell, MK Stewart, IF Owens
Water Resources Research 27 (12), 3065-3073, 1991
2321991
Processes controlling the isotopic composition of steam and water discharges from steam vents and steam-heated pools in geothermal areas
WF Giggenbach, MK Stewart
Geothermics 11 (2), 71-80, 1982
1921982
On the relationships between catchment scale and streamwater mean residence time
B McGlynn, J McDonnell, M Stewart, J Seibert
Hydrological Processes 17 (1), 175-181, 2003
1802003
Truncation of stream residence time: how the use of stable isotopes has skewed our concept of streamwater age and origin
MK Stewart, U Morgenstern, JJ McDonnell
Hydrological Processes 24 (12), 1646-1659, 2010
1612010
Geochemical structure and position of the Waiotapu geothermal field, New Zealand
WF Giggenbach, DS Sheppard, BW Robinson, MK Stewart, GL Lyon
Geothermics 23 (5-6), 599-644, 1994
1391994
Dating of streamwater using tritium in a post nuclear bomb pulse world: continuous variation of mean transit time with streamflow
U Morgenstern, MK Stewart, R Stenger
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 14 (11), 2289, 2010
1272010
Chronic dehydration and sodium depletion in patients with established ileostomies
AM Clarke, A Chirnside, GL Hill, G Pope, MK Stewart
The Lancet 290 (7519), 740-743, 1967
1011967
Environmental isotopes in New Zealand hydrology 1 introduction: The role of oxygen—18
MK Stewart, CB Taylor
New Zealand journal of science 24, 295-311, 1981
871981
Deuterium fractionation between aqueous salt solutions and water vapor
MK Stewart, I Friedman
Journal of Geophysical Research 80 (27), 3812-3818, 1975
871975
Sources and flow of north Canterbury plains groundwater, New Zealand
CB Taylor, DD Wilson, LJ Brown, MK Stewart, RJ Burden, GW Brailsford
Journal of hydrology 106 (3-4), 311-340, 1989
791989
Bedrock geology controls on catchment storage, mixing, and release: A comparative analysis of 16 nested catchments
L Pfister, N Martínez‐Carreras, C Hissler, J Klaus, GE Carrer, MK Stewart, ...
Hydrological Processes 31 (10), 1828-1845, 2017
682017
The identification of runoff‐production mechanisms using environmental isotopes in a tussock grassland catchment, eastern Otago, New Zealand
M Bonell, AJ Pearce, MK Stewart
Hydrological Processes 4 (1), 15-34, 1990
681990
A CASE STUDY OF SHALLOW FLOW PATHS IN A STEEP ZERO‐ORDER BASIN1
JJ McDonnell, IF Owens, MK Stewart
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 27 (4), 679-685, 1991
671991
Age and source of groundwater from isotope tracers
MK Stewart, U Morgenstern
Groundwaters of New Zealand, 2001
572001
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