Grabs, T; Bishop, K; Laudon, H; Lyon, S W; Seibert, Jan (2012). Riparian zone hydrology and soil water total organic carbon (TOC): implications for spatial variability and upscaling of lateral riparian TOC exports. Biogeosciences, 9(10):3901-3916.
Winterdahl, M; Futter, M; Köhler, S; Laudon, H; Seibert, Jan; Bishop, K (2011). Riparian soil temperature modification of the relationship between flow and dissolved organic carbon concentration in a boreal stream. Water Resources Research, 47(8):W08532.
Seibert, Jan; Bishop, K; Nyberg, L; Rodhe, A (2011). Water storage in a till catchment. I: Distributed modelling and relationship to runoff. Hydrological Processes, 25(25):3937-3949.
Bishop, K; Seibert, Jan; Nyberg, L; Rodhe, A (2011). Water storage in a till catchment. II: Implications of transmissivity feedback for flow paths and turnover times. Hydrological Processes, 25(25):3950-3959.
Öquist, M G; Wallin, M; Seibert, Jan; Bishop, K; Laudon, H (2009). Dissolved inorganic carbon export across the soil/stream interface and its fate in a boreal headwater stream. Environmental Science and Technology, 43(19):7364-7369.
Sørensen, R; Ring, E; Meili, M; Högbom, L; Seibert, Jan; Grabs, T; Laudon, H; Bishop, K (2009). Forest harvest increases runoff most during low flows in two boreal streams. Ambio: a Journal of the Human Environment, 38(7):357-363.
Seibert, Jan; Grabs, T; Köhler, S; Laudon, H; Winterdahl, M; Bishop, K (2009). Linking soil- and stream-water chemistry based on a Riparian Flow-Concentration Integration Model. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 13(12):2287 -2297.
Grabs, T; Seibert, Jan; Bishop, K; Laudon, H (2009). Modeling spatial patterns of saturated areas: a comparison of the topographic wetness index and a dynamic distributed model. Journal of Hydrology, 373(1-2):15-23.