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Zuecco, Giulia; Rinderer, Michael; Penna, Daniele; Borga, Marco; van Meerveld, H J (2019). Quantification of subsurface hydrologic connectivity in four headwater catchments using graph theory. Science of the Total Environment, 646:1265-1280.

van Meerveld, H J; Fischer, Benjamin M C; Rinderer, Michael; Stähli, Manfred; Seibert, Jan (2018). Runoff generation in a pre-alpine catchment: A discussion between a tracer and a shallow groundwater hydrologist. Cuadernos de Investigacion Geografica, 44(2):429-452.

Rinderer, Michael; McGlynn, B L; van Meerveld, H J (2017). Groundwater similarity across a watershed derived from time-warped and flow-corrected time series. Water Resources Research, 53(5):3921-3940.

Rinderer, Michael; van Meerveld, H J; Stähli, Manfred; Seibert, Jan (2016). Is groundwater response timing in a pre-alpine catchment controlled more by topography or by rainfall? Hydrological Processes, 30(7):1036-1051.

Fischer, Benjamin M C; Rinderer, Michael; Schneider, Philipp; Ewen, Tracy; Seibert, Jan (2015). Contributing sources to baseflow in pre-alpine headwaters using spatial snapshot sampling. Hydrological Processes, 29(26):5321-5336.

Rinderer, Michael. Patterns of groundwater and soil moisture variability: hard data, soft data and dominant controls. 2015, University of Zurich, Faculty of Science.

Rinderer, Michael; Komakech, H C; Müller, D; Wiesenberg, Guido L B; Seibert, Jan (2015). Qualitative soil moisture assessment in semi-arid Africa – the role of experience and training on inter-rater reliability. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 19(8):3505-3516.

Rinderer, Michael; van Meerveld, H J; Seibert, Jan (2014). Topographic controls on shallow groundwater levels in a steep, prealpine catchment: When are the TWI assumptions valid? Water Resources Research, 50(7):6067-6080.

Rinderer, Michael; Kollegger, Andrea; Fischer, Benjamin M C; Stähli, Manfred; Seibert, Jan (2012). Sensing with boots and trousers - qualitative field observations of shallow soil moisture patterns. Hydrological Processes, 26(26):4112-4120.

Rinderer, Michael; Seibert, Jan (2012). Soil information in hydrologic models: hard data, soft data, and the dialog between experimentalists and modelers. In: Lin, Henry. Hydropedology: Synergistic Integration of Soil Science and Hydrology. Waltham: Elsevier, 515-536.

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