Younes alila
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Hydrologic response to scenarios of climate change in sub watersheds of the Okanagan basin, British Columbia
WS Merritt, Y Alila, M Barton, B Taylor, S Cohen, D Neilsen
Journal of Hydrology 326 (1-4), 79-108, 2006
2272006
The influence of forest and topography on snow accumulation and melt at the watershed-scale
G Jost, M Weiler, DR Gluns, Y Alila
Journal of Hydrology 347 (1-2), 101-115, 2007
2152007
Forests and floods: A new paradigm sheds light on age‐old controversies
Y Alila, PK Kuraś, M Schnorbus, R Hudson
Water Resources Research 45 (8), 2009
1732009
A hierarchical approach for the regionalization of precipitation annual maxima in Canada
Y Alila
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 104 (D24), 31645-31655, 1999
1421999
Implications of heterogeneous flood‐frequency distributions on traditional stream‐discharge prediction techniques
Y Alila, A Mtiraoui
Hydrological Processes 16 (5), 1065-1084, 2002
1112002
Learning with local help: expanding the dialogue on climate change and water management in the Okanagan Region, British Columbia, Canada
S Cohen, D Neilsen, S Smith, T Neale, B Taylor, M Barton, W Merritt, ...
Climatic Change 75 (3), 331-358, 2006
1032006
Application of the distributed hydrology soil vegetation model to Redfish Creek, British Columbia: model evaluation using internal catchment data
A Whitaker, Y Alila, J Beckers, D Toews
Hydrological processes 17 (2), 199-224, 2003
992003
Dye staining and excavation of a lateral preferential flow network.
AE Anderson, M Weiler, Y Alila, RO Hudson
Hydrology & Earth System Sciences 13 (6), 2009
972009
Forest harvesting impacts on the peak flow regime in the Columbia Mountains of southeastern British Columbia: An investigation using long‐term numerical modeling
M Schnorbus, Y Alila
Water Resources Research 40 (5), 2004
852004
A model of rapid preferential hillslope runoff contributions to peak flow generation in a temperate rain forest watershed
J Beckers, Y Alila
Water Resources Research 40 (3), 2004
832004
Subsurface flow velocities in a hillslope with lateral preferential flow
AE Anderson, M Weiler, Y Alila, RO Hudson
Water Resources Research 45 (11), 2009
822009
Evaluating peak flow sensitivity to clear‐cutting in different elevation bands of a snowmelt‐dominated mountainous catchment
A Whitaker, Y Alila, J Beckers, D Toews
Water Resources Research 38 (9), 11-1-11-17, 2002
802002
Diagnosing a distributed hydrologic model for two high‐elevation forested catchments based on detailed stand‐and basin‐scale data
M Thyer, J Beckers, D Spittlehouse, Y Alila, R Winkler
Water Resources Research 40 (1), 2004
782004
Using numerical modelling to address hydrologic forest management issues in British Columbia
Y Alila, J Beckers
Hydrological Processes 15 (18), 3371-3387, 2001
752001
Regional rainfall depth‐duration‐frequency equations for Canada
Y Alila
Water Resources Research 36 (7), 1767-1778, 2000
682000
Potential impacts of climate change on water availability for crops in the Okanagan Basin, British Columbia
D Neilsen, CAS Smith, G Frank, W Koch, Y Alila, WS Merritt, WG Taylor, ...
Canadian Journal of Soil Science 86 (5), 921-936, 2006
642006
Regional rainfall distribution for Canada
K Adamowski, Y Alila, PJ Pilon
Atmospheric Research 42 (1-4), 75-88, 1996
631996
Variability of snow water equivalent and snow energetics across a large catchment subject to Mountain Pine Beetle infestation and rapid salvage logging
D Bewley, Y Alila, A Varhola
Journal of Hydrology 388 (3-4), 464-479, 2010
562010
Forest harvesting effects on the magnitude and frequency of peak flows can increase with return period
PK Kuraś, Y Alila, M Weiler
Water Resources Research 48 (1), 2012
552012
Use of distributed snow measurements to test and improve a snowmelt model for predicting the effect of forest clear-cutting
G Jost, RD Moore, M Weiler, DR Gluns, Y Alila
Journal of Hydrology 376 (1-2), 94-106, 2009
502009
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