Prof. habil. Helmut Elsenbeer, PhD

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University of  Potsdam,
Institute of Earth and Environmental Science

Prof. habil. Helmut Elsenbeer, PhD
Building 12, Room 1.04

Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 24-25
14476 Potsdam-Golm
E-mail:
helsenb@uni-potsdam.de
Phone:
+49 331 977 2666
Fax:
+49 331 977 2068

 

  • Biography
  • Teaching
  • Publications

Biography

06/2002
Professur für Landschaftsökologie und Bodenkunde
1999-2002
Professur für Umwelthydrologie, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Cincinnati, USA
1996-1998
Privatdozent, Geographisches Institut, Universität Bern, Schweiz
1989-1995
Oberassistent, Geographisches Institut, Universität Bern, Schweiz
1983-1989
Ph.D. Bodenkunde, NCSU Raleigh, USA
1980-1982
M.Sc. Bodenkunde, UC Davis, USA
1974-1980
Diplom Biologie, LMU München

Teaching

  • Bodenkunde
  • Geomorphologie
  • Einführung in die Datenanalyse
  • Geoökologie III
  • Geoökologisches Landschaftspraktikum - Bodenkunde

Publications

Hassler SK, Zimmermann B, van Breugel M, Hall JS, Elsenbeer H. 2011. Recovery of saturated hydraulic conductivity under secondary succession on former pasture in the humid tropics. For. Ecol. Manage., 261 (10), 234-243, doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2010.06.031.

Neumann-Cosel L, Zimmermann B, Hall JS, van Breugel M, Elsenbeer H. 2011. Soil carbon accumulation under tropical secondary forests. For. Ecol. Manage., 261 (10), 1625-1633, doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2010.07.023.

Hayhoe SH, Neill C, Porder S, McHorney R, Lefebvre P, Coe MT, Elsenbeer H, Krusche AV. 2011. Conversion to soy on the Amazonian agricultural frontier increases streamflow without affecting stormflow dynamics. Glob. Change Biol., 17, 1821-1833, doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2010.02392.x.

Germer S, Werther L, Elsenbeer H. 2010. Have we underestimated stemflow? Lessons from an open tropical rainforest. J. Hydrol., 395, 169-179, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2010.10.022.

Zimmermann A, Zimmermann B, Elsenbeer H. 2010. Comment on "Spatial throughfall heterogeneity in a montane rain forest in Ecuador: Extent, temporal stability and drivers" by Wullaert et al. [Journal of Hydrology 377 (2009) 71-79]. J. Hydrol., 395, 133-136, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2010.10.013.

Zimmermann B, Papritz A, Elsenbeer H. 2010. Asymmetric response to disturbance and recovery: Changes of soil permeability under forest-pasture-forest transitions. Geoderma, 159, 209-215, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geoderma.2010.07.013.

Dieter D, Elsenbeer H, Turner BL. 2010. Phosphorus fractionation in lowland tropical rainforest soils in central Panama. Catena, 82, 118-125, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2010.05.010.

Zimmermann B, Zimmermann A, Lark RM, Elsenbeer H. 2010. Sampling procedures for throughfall monitoring: A simulation study. Water Resour. Res., 46, W01503, http://dx.doi.org/10.1029/2009WR007776.

Germer S, Neill C, Krusche AV, Elsenbeer H. 2010. Influence of land-use change on near-surface hydrological processes: Undisturbed forest to pasture. J. Hydrol., 380 (3-4), 473-480, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.11.022.

Zimmermann A, Zimmermann B, Elsenbeer H. 2009. Rainfall redistribution in a tropical forest: Spatial and temporal patterns. Water Resour. Res., 45, W11413, http://dx.doi.org/10.1029/2008WR007470.

Chaves J, Neill C, Germer S, Gouveia Neto S, Krusche AV, Castellanos Bonilla A, Elsenbeer H. 2009. Nitrogen transformations in flowpaths leading from soils to streams in Amazon forest and pasture. Ecosystems, 12 (6), 961-972, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10021-009-9270-4.

Germer S, Neill C, Vetter T, Chavez J, Krusche AV, Elsenbeer H. 2009. Implications of long-term land-use change for the hydrology and solute budgets of small catchments in Amazonia. J. Hydrol., 364(3-4), 349-363, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.11.013.

Zimmermann B, Elsenbeer H. 2009. The near-surface hydrological consequences of disturbance and recovery: a simulation study. J. Hydrol., 364 (1-2), 115-127, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.10.016

Zimmermann B, Zehe E, Hartmann N, Elsenbeer H. 2008. Analyzing spatial data – an assessment of assumptions, new methods and uncertainties using soil hydraulic data. Water Resour. Res., 44, W10408, doi: 10.1029/2007WR006604.

Zimmermann B, Elsenbeer H. 2008. Spatial and temporal variability of saturated hydraulic conductivity in gradients of disturbance. J. Hydrol., 361 (1-2), 78-95. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.07.027

Zimmermann A, Germer S, Neill C, Krusche AV, Elsenbeer H. 2008. Spatio-temporal patterns of throughfall and solute deposition in an open tropical rain forest. J. Hydrol., 360, 87-102. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.07.028

Grimm, R., T. Behrens, M. Märker, and H. Elsenbeer. 2008. Soil organic carbon concentrations and stocks on Barro Colorado Island - Digital soil mapping using Random Forests analysis. Geoderma, 146, 102-113. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geoderma.2008.05.008

Chaves, J., C. Neill, S. Germer, S.C. Gouveia Neto, A. Krusche and H. Elsenbeer. 2008. Land management impacts on runoff sources in small Amazon watersheds. Hydrol. Process., 22 (12), 1766-1775. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/hyp.6803

Barthold, F., R.F. Stallard, and H. Elsenbeer. 2008. Soil nutrients and landscape relationships in a lowland tropical rainforest in Panama. For. Ecol. Manage., 255 (3-4), 1135-1148. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2007.09.089

Germer, S., C. Neill, A. Krusche, S.C. Goveia Neto, and H. Elsenbeer. 2007. Seasonal and within-event dynamics of rainfall and throughfall nutrient fluxes in a palm-rich open tropical rainforest (Rondônia, Brazil). Biogeochemistry, 86, 155-174. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10533-007-9152-9.

Muster, S., H. Elsenbeer, and M. Conedera. 2007. Small-scale effects of historical land use and topography on post-cultural tree species composition in an alpine valley in southern Switzerland. Landscape Ecol., 22, 1187-1199, doi: 10.1007/s10980-007-9099-1.

Zimmermann, A., W. Wilcke, and H. Elsenbeer. 2007. Spatial and temporal patterns of throughfall quantity and quality in a tropical montane rainforest in Ecuador. J. Hydrol., 343, 80-96. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2007.06.012.

Zehe, E., H. Elsenbeer, F. Lindenmaier, K. Schulz, and G. Blöschl. 2007. Patterns of predictability in hydrological threshold systems. Water Resour. Res., 43, W07434, doi: 10.1029/2006WR005585.

Neill, C., H. Elsenbeer, A. V. Krusche, J. Lehmann, D. Markewitz, and A. de O. Figueiredo. 2006. Hydrological and biogeochemical processes in a changing Amazon: results from small watershed studies and the large-scale biosphere-atmosphere experiment. Hydrol. Process., 20:2467-2476.

Germer, S., H. Elsenbeer, and J. M. de Moraes. 2006. Throughfall and temporal trends of rainfall redistribution in an open tropical rainforest in south-western Amazonia (Rondonia, Brazil). Hydrology and Earth System Science, 10:383-393.

Zimmermann, B., H. Elsenbeer, and J.M. De Moraes (2006): The influence of land-use changes on soil hydraulic properties: Implications for runoff generation. For. Ecol. Manage., 222(1-3): 29-38.

Godsey, S., H. Elsenbeer, and R.F. Stallard. 2004. Overland flow generation in two lithologically distinct rainforest catchments. J. Hydrol., 259(1-4):276-290.

Sobieraj, J. A. , H. Elsenbeer, G. Cameron. 2004. Scale dependency in spatial patterns of saturated hydraulic conductivity. Catena, 55(1):49-77.

Sobieraj, J., H. Elsenbeer, R.M. Coelho, and B.E. Newton. 2002. Spatial variability of soil hydraulic conductivity along a tropical rainforest catena. Geoderma, 108 (1/2): 79-90.

Providoli, I., H. Elsenbeer, and M. Conedera. 2002. Post-fire management and splash erosion in a chestnut coppice in southern Switzerland. For. Ecol. Manage., 162 (2/3): 219-229.

Sobieraj, J., Elsenbeer, H., and M. McClain. 2002. The cation and silica chemistry of a Subandean river basin in western Amazonia. Hydrol. Process., 16(7): 1353-1372.

Godsey, S., and H. Elsenbeer. 2002. The soil hydrologic response to forest regrowth: a case study from southwestern Amazonia. Hydrol. Process., 16(7): 1519-1522.

Sobieraj, J., H. Elsenbeer, and R.A. Vertessy. 2001. Evaluation of pedotransfer functions for estimating saturated hydraulic conductivity: Implications for modeling stormflow generation. J. Hydrol., 251(3/4): 202-220.

Elsenbeer, H. 2001. Runoff generation in tropical rainforests - a review. Hydrol. Process., 15 (10): 1751-1759.

McClain, M.E., and H. Elsenbeer. 2001. Terrestrial inputs to Amazon streams and internal biogeochemical processing. In: M.E. McClain, R.L. Victoria, and J.E. Richey (eds.). The Biogeochemistry of the Amazon Basin and its Role in a Changing World. Oxford University Press, pp. 185-208.

Vertessy, R.A., H. Elsenbeer, Y. Bessard, and A. Lack. 2000. Storm runoff generation in a small tropical rainforest catchment with spatially variable soil hydraulic properties. In: R. Grayson and G. Bloeschl (eds.). Spatial Patterns in Catchment Hydrology: Observations and Modelling. Cambridge University Press, pp. 247-271.

Elsenbeer, H., and R.A. Vertessy. 2000. Stormflow generation and flowpath characteristics in an Amazonian rainforest catchment. Hydrol. Process., 14 (14): 2367-2381.

Beck, M.A., and H. Elsenbeer. 1999. Biogeochemical cycles of soil phosphorus in southern Alpine Spodosols. Geoderma, 91 (3-4): 249-260.

Vertessy, R.A., and H. Elsenbeer. 1999. Distributed modeling of stormflow generation in an Amazonian rainforest catchment: effects of model parameterization. Water Resour. Res., 35 (7): 2173-2187.

Elsenbeer, H., B.E. Newton, T. Dunne, and J.M. de Moraes. 1999. Soil hydraulic conductivities of latosols under pasture, forest, and teak in Rondonia, Brazil. Hydrol. Process., 13 (9): 1417-1422.

Lorieri, D., and H. Elsenbeer. 1997. Aluminium, iron, and manganese in near-surface waters of a tropical rainforest ecosystem. Sci. Total Environ., 205 (1):13-23.

Elsenbeer, H. 1997. Die Reaktion von Bodeneigenschaften auf Klimaänderungen. Eine Analogiesimulation. vdf, Zürich, 42 pp. ISBN 3 7281 2471 0.

Hensel, D., and H. Elsenbeer. 1997. Stormflow generation in tropical rainforests: a hydrochemical approach. In: N.E. Peters and A. Coudrain-Ribstein (eds.). Hydrochemistry. IAHS Publ. No. 244, pp. 227-234.

Elsenbeer, H., and A. Lack. 1996. Hydrologic pathways and water chemistry in Amazonian rainforests. In: M.G. Anderson and S.M. Brooks (eds.). Advances in Hillslope Processes. Wiley, Chichester, pp. 939-959.

Elsenbeer, H., A. Lack, and D.K. Cassel. 1996. The stormflow chemistry at La Cuenca, western Amazonia. Interciencia, 21(3): 1-7.

Elsenbeer, H., and A. Lack. 1996. Hydrometric and hydrochemical evidence for fast flowpaths at La Cuenca, western Amazonia. J. Hydrol., 180(1-4): 237-250.

Howald, M., H. Elsenbeer, E. Laczko, and U.P. Schlunegger. 1995. Capillary electrophoresis as a fast and universal tool in soil analysis. Analytical Methods and Instrumentation, 2(4): 170-175.

Elsenbeer, H., A. Lack, and D.K. Cassel. 1995. Chemical fingerprints of hydrological compartments and flowpaths at La Cuenca, Western Amazonia. Water Resour. Res., 31(12): 3051-3058.

Elsenbeer, H., D. Lorieri, and M. Bonell. 1995. Mixing-model approaches to estimate stormflow sources in an overland flow-dominated tropical rainforest catchment. Water Resour. Res., 31(9): 2267-2278.

Elsenbeer, H., D.K. Cassel, and L. Zuñiga. 1994. Throughfall in the terra firme forest of Western Amazonia. J. Hydrol. (N.Z.), 32 (2): 30-44.

Elsenbeer, H., A. West, and M. Bonell. 1994. Hydrological pathways and stormflow chemistry at South Creek, northeast Queensland. J. Hydrol., 162 (1-2): 1-21.

Elsenbeer, H., D.K. Cassel, and W. Tinner. 1993. A daily rainfall erosivity model for Western Amazonia. J. Soil and Wat. Conserv., 48(5): 439-444.

Elsenbeer, H. 1993. Strategien der Bodennutzung im feuchttropischen Südamerika. Geomethodica 18: 159-181.

Elsenbeer, H., D.K. Cassel, and J. Castro. 1992. Spatial analysis of soil hydraulic conductivity in a tropical rainforest catchment. Water Resour. Res., 28(12): 3201-3214.

Elsenbeer, H., and D.K. Cassel. 1991. The mechanisms of overland flow generation in a small catchment in Western Amazonia. In: B.P.F. Braga Jr. and C.A. Fernández-Jáuregui (eds.). Water Management of the Amazon Basin. UNESCO, Montevideo, pp. 213-220.

Elsenbeer, H., and D.K. Cassel. 1990. Surficial processes in the rainforest of Western Amazonia. In: R.R. Ziemer, C.L. O'Loughlin and L.S. Hamilton (eds.). Research Needs and Applications to Reduce Erosion and Sedimentation in Tropical Steeplands. IAHS Publ. No. 192, pp. 289-297.

Biography

06/2002
Professur für Landschaftsökologie und Bodenkunde
1999-2002
Professur für Umwelthydrologie, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Cincinnati, USA
1996-1998
Privatdozent, Geographisches Institut, Universität Bern, Schweiz
1989-1995
Oberassistent, Geographisches Institut, Universität Bern, Schweiz
1983-1989
Ph.D. Bodenkunde, NCSU Raleigh, USA
1980-1982
M.Sc. Bodenkunde, UC Davis, USA
1974-1980
Diplom Biologie, LMU München

Teaching

  • Bodenkunde
  • Geomorphologie
  • Einführung in die Datenanalyse
  • Geoökologie III
  • Geoökologisches Landschaftspraktikum - Bodenkunde

Publications

Hassler SK, Zimmermann B, van Breugel M, Hall JS, Elsenbeer H. 2011. Recovery of saturated hydraulic conductivity under secondary succession on former pasture in the humid tropics. For. Ecol. Manage., 261 (10), 234-243, doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2010.06.031.

Neumann-Cosel L, Zimmermann B, Hall JS, van Breugel M, Elsenbeer H. 2011. Soil carbon accumulation under tropical secondary forests. For. Ecol. Manage., 261 (10), 1625-1633, doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2010.07.023.

Hayhoe SH, Neill C, Porder S, McHorney R, Lefebvre P, Coe MT, Elsenbeer H, Krusche AV. 2011. Conversion to soy on the Amazonian agricultural frontier increases streamflow without affecting stormflow dynamics. Glob. Change Biol., 17, 1821-1833, doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2010.02392.x.

Germer S, Werther L, Elsenbeer H. 2010. Have we underestimated stemflow? Lessons from an open tropical rainforest. J. Hydrol., 395, 169-179, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2010.10.022.

Zimmermann A, Zimmermann B, Elsenbeer H. 2010. Comment on "Spatial throughfall heterogeneity in a montane rain forest in Ecuador: Extent, temporal stability and drivers" by Wullaert et al. [Journal of Hydrology 377 (2009) 71-79]. J. Hydrol., 395, 133-136, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2010.10.013.

Zimmermann B, Papritz A, Elsenbeer H. 2010. Asymmetric response to disturbance and recovery: Changes of soil permeability under forest-pasture-forest transitions. Geoderma, 159, 209-215, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geoderma.2010.07.013.

Dieter D, Elsenbeer H, Turner BL. 2010. Phosphorus fractionation in lowland tropical rainforest soils in central Panama. Catena, 82, 118-125, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2010.05.010.

Zimmermann B, Zimmermann A, Lark RM, Elsenbeer H. 2010. Sampling procedures for throughfall monitoring: A simulation study. Water Resour. Res., 46, W01503, http://dx.doi.org/10.1029/2009WR007776.

Germer S, Neill C, Krusche AV, Elsenbeer H. 2010. Influence of land-use change on near-surface hydrological processes: Undisturbed forest to pasture. J. Hydrol., 380 (3-4), 473-480, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.11.022.

Zimmermann A, Zimmermann B, Elsenbeer H. 2009. Rainfall redistribution in a tropical forest: Spatial and temporal patterns. Water Resour. Res., 45, W11413, http://dx.doi.org/10.1029/2008WR007470.

Chaves J, Neill C, Germer S, Gouveia Neto S, Krusche AV, Castellanos Bonilla A, Elsenbeer H. 2009. Nitrogen transformations in flowpaths leading from soils to streams in Amazon forest and pasture. Ecosystems, 12 (6), 961-972, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10021-009-9270-4.

Germer S, Neill C, Vetter T, Chavez J, Krusche AV, Elsenbeer H. 2009. Implications of long-term land-use change for the hydrology and solute budgets of small catchments in Amazonia. J. Hydrol., 364(3-4), 349-363, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.11.013.

Zimmermann B, Elsenbeer H. 2009. The near-surface hydrological consequences of disturbance and recovery: a simulation study. J. Hydrol., 364 (1-2), 115-127, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.10.016

Zimmermann B, Zehe E, Hartmann N, Elsenbeer H. 2008. Analyzing spatial data – an assessment of assumptions, new methods and uncertainties using soil hydraulic data. Water Resour. Res., 44, W10408, doi: 10.1029/2007WR006604.

Zimmermann B, Elsenbeer H. 2008. Spatial and temporal variability of saturated hydraulic conductivity in gradients of disturbance. J. Hydrol., 361 (1-2), 78-95. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.07.027

Zimmermann A, Germer S, Neill C, Krusche AV, Elsenbeer H. 2008. Spatio-temporal patterns of throughfall and solute deposition in an open tropical rain forest. J. Hydrol., 360, 87-102. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.07.028

Grimm, R., T. Behrens, M. Märker, and H. Elsenbeer. 2008. Soil organic carbon concentrations and stocks on Barro Colorado Island - Digital soil mapping using Random Forests analysis. Geoderma, 146, 102-113. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geoderma.2008.05.008

Chaves, J., C. Neill, S. Germer, S.C. Gouveia Neto, A. Krusche and H. Elsenbeer. 2008. Land management impacts on runoff sources in small Amazon watersheds. Hydrol. Process., 22 (12), 1766-1775. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/hyp.6803

Barthold, F., R.F. Stallard, and H. Elsenbeer. 2008. Soil nutrients and landscape relationships in a lowland tropical rainforest in Panama. For. Ecol. Manage., 255 (3-4), 1135-1148. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2007.09.089

Germer, S., C. Neill, A. Krusche, S.C. Goveia Neto, and H. Elsenbeer. 2007. Seasonal and within-event dynamics of rainfall and throughfall nutrient fluxes in a palm-rich open tropical rainforest (Rondônia, Brazil). Biogeochemistry, 86, 155-174. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10533-007-9152-9.

Muster, S., H. Elsenbeer, and M. Conedera. 2007. Small-scale effects of historical land use and topography on post-cultural tree species composition in an alpine valley in southern Switzerland. Landscape Ecol., 22, 1187-1199, doi: 10.1007/s10980-007-9099-1.

Zimmermann, A., W. Wilcke, and H. Elsenbeer. 2007. Spatial and temporal patterns of throughfall quantity and quality in a tropical montane rainforest in Ecuador. J. Hydrol., 343, 80-96. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2007.06.012.

Zehe, E., H. Elsenbeer, F. Lindenmaier, K. Schulz, and G. Blöschl. 2007. Patterns of predictability in hydrological threshold systems. Water Resour. Res., 43, W07434, doi: 10.1029/2006WR005585.

Neill, C., H. Elsenbeer, A. V. Krusche, J. Lehmann, D. Markewitz, and A. de O. Figueiredo. 2006. Hydrological and biogeochemical processes in a changing Amazon: results from small watershed studies and the large-scale biosphere-atmosphere experiment. Hydrol. Process., 20:2467-2476.

Germer, S., H. Elsenbeer, and J. M. de Moraes. 2006. Throughfall and temporal trends of rainfall redistribution in an open tropical rainforest in south-western Amazonia (Rondonia, Brazil). Hydrology and Earth System Science, 10:383-393.

Zimmermann, B., H. Elsenbeer, and J.M. De Moraes (2006): The influence of land-use changes on soil hydraulic properties: Implications for runoff generation. For. Ecol. Manage., 222(1-3): 29-38.

Godsey, S., H. Elsenbeer, and R.F. Stallard. 2004. Overland flow generation in two lithologically distinct rainforest catchments. J. Hydrol., 259(1-4):276-290.

Sobieraj, J. A. , H. Elsenbeer, G. Cameron. 2004. Scale dependency in spatial patterns of saturated hydraulic conductivity. Catena, 55(1):49-77.

Sobieraj, J., H. Elsenbeer, R.M. Coelho, and B.E. Newton. 2002. Spatial variability of soil hydraulic conductivity along a tropical rainforest catena. Geoderma, 108 (1/2): 79-90.

Providoli, I., H. Elsenbeer, and M. Conedera. 2002. Post-fire management and splash erosion in a chestnut coppice in southern Switzerland. For. Ecol. Manage., 162 (2/3): 219-229.

Sobieraj, J., Elsenbeer, H., and M. McClain. 2002. The cation and silica chemistry of a Subandean river basin in western Amazonia. Hydrol. Process., 16(7): 1353-1372.

Godsey, S., and H. Elsenbeer. 2002. The soil hydrologic response to forest regrowth: a case study from southwestern Amazonia. Hydrol. Process., 16(7): 1519-1522.

Sobieraj, J., H. Elsenbeer, and R.A. Vertessy. 2001. Evaluation of pedotransfer functions for estimating saturated hydraulic conductivity: Implications for modeling stormflow generation. J. Hydrol., 251(3/4): 202-220.

Elsenbeer, H. 2001. Runoff generation in tropical rainforests - a review. Hydrol. Process., 15 (10): 1751-1759.

McClain, M.E., and H. Elsenbeer. 2001. Terrestrial inputs to Amazon streams and internal biogeochemical processing. In: M.E. McClain, R.L. Victoria, and J.E. Richey (eds.). The Biogeochemistry of the Amazon Basin and its Role in a Changing World. Oxford University Press, pp. 185-208.

Vertessy, R.A., H. Elsenbeer, Y. Bessard, and A. Lack. 2000. Storm runoff generation in a small tropical rainforest catchment with spatially variable soil hydraulic properties. In: R. Grayson and G. Bloeschl (eds.). Spatial Patterns in Catchment Hydrology: Observations and Modelling. Cambridge University Press, pp. 247-271.

Elsenbeer, H., and R.A. Vertessy. 2000. Stormflow generation and flowpath characteristics in an Amazonian rainforest catchment. Hydrol. Process., 14 (14): 2367-2381.

Beck, M.A., and H. Elsenbeer. 1999. Biogeochemical cycles of soil phosphorus in southern Alpine Spodosols. Geoderma, 91 (3-4): 249-260.

Vertessy, R.A., and H. Elsenbeer. 1999. Distributed modeling of stormflow generation in an Amazonian rainforest catchment: effects of model parameterization. Water Resour. Res., 35 (7): 2173-2187.

Elsenbeer, H., B.E. Newton, T. Dunne, and J.M. de Moraes. 1999. Soil hydraulic conductivities of latosols under pasture, forest, and teak in Rondonia, Brazil. Hydrol. Process., 13 (9): 1417-1422.

Lorieri, D., and H. Elsenbeer. 1997. Aluminium, iron, and manganese in near-surface waters of a tropical rainforest ecosystem. Sci. Total Environ., 205 (1):13-23.

Elsenbeer, H. 1997. Die Reaktion von Bodeneigenschaften auf Klimaänderungen. Eine Analogiesimulation. vdf, Zürich, 42 pp. ISBN 3 7281 2471 0.

Hensel, D., and H. Elsenbeer. 1997. Stormflow generation in tropical rainforests: a hydrochemical approach. In: N.E. Peters and A. Coudrain-Ribstein (eds.). Hydrochemistry. IAHS Publ. No. 244, pp. 227-234.

Elsenbeer, H., and A. Lack. 1996. Hydrologic pathways and water chemistry in Amazonian rainforests. In: M.G. Anderson and S.M. Brooks (eds.). Advances in Hillslope Processes. Wiley, Chichester, pp. 939-959.

Elsenbeer, H., A. Lack, and D.K. Cassel. 1996. The stormflow chemistry at La Cuenca, western Amazonia. Interciencia, 21(3): 1-7.

Elsenbeer, H., and A. Lack. 1996. Hydrometric and hydrochemical evidence for fast flowpaths at La Cuenca, western Amazonia. J. Hydrol., 180(1-4): 237-250.

Howald, M., H. Elsenbeer, E. Laczko, and U.P. Schlunegger. 1995. Capillary electrophoresis as a fast and universal tool in soil analysis. Analytical Methods and Instrumentation, 2(4): 170-175.

Elsenbeer, H., A. Lack, and D.K. Cassel. 1995. Chemical fingerprints of hydrological compartments and flowpaths at La Cuenca, Western Amazonia. Water Resour. Res., 31(12): 3051-3058.

Elsenbeer, H., D. Lorieri, and M. Bonell. 1995. Mixing-model approaches to estimate stormflow sources in an overland flow-dominated tropical rainforest catchment. Water Resour. Res., 31(9): 2267-2278.

Elsenbeer, H., D.K. Cassel, and L. Zuñiga. 1994. Throughfall in the terra firme forest of Western Amazonia. J. Hydrol. (N.Z.), 32 (2): 30-44.

Elsenbeer, H., A. West, and M. Bonell. 1994. Hydrological pathways and stormflow chemistry at South Creek, northeast Queensland. J. Hydrol., 162 (1-2): 1-21.

Elsenbeer, H., D.K. Cassel, and W. Tinner. 1993. A daily rainfall erosivity model for Western Amazonia. J. Soil and Wat. Conserv., 48(5): 439-444.

Elsenbeer, H. 1993. Strategien der Bodennutzung im feuchttropischen Südamerika. Geomethodica 18: 159-181.

Elsenbeer, H., D.K. Cassel, and J. Castro. 1992. Spatial analysis of soil hydraulic conductivity in a tropical rainforest catchment. Water Resour. Res., 28(12): 3201-3214.

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