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    Hillslope Hydrology in Global Change Research and Earth System Modeling 

    Fan, Ying; Clark, M.; Lawrence, D. M.; Swenson, S.; Band, L. E.; Brantley, Susan L.; Brooks, Paul D.; Dietrich, W. E.; Flores, A.; Grant, G. W.; Kirchner, J. W.; Mackay, D. S.; McDonnell, Jeffrey J.; Milly, P. C. D.; Sullivan, P. L.; Tague, C.; Ajami, H.; Chaney, N.; Hartmann, A.; Hazenberg, P.; McNamara, James P.; Pelletier, Jon; Perket, J.; Rouholahnejad-Freund, E.; Wagener, T.; Zeng, X.; Beighley, E.; Buzan, J.; Huang, M.; Livneh, B.; Mohanty, B. P.; Nijssen, B.; Safeeq, M.; Shen, C.; van Verseveld, W.; Volk, J.; Yamazaki, D. (2019)
    Earth System Models (ESMs) are essential tools for understanding and predicting global change, but they cannot explicitly resolve hillslope-scale terrain structures that fundamentally organize water, energy, and biogeochemical ...