Fellow of the Geological Society of America
Masaki Hayashi mainly focuses on Hydrology, Surface runoff, Wetland, Snowmelt and Permafrost. His is doing research in Surface water, Water balance, Hydrology, Groundwater and Evapotranspiration, both of which are found in Hydrology. His study in the field of Aquifer also crosses realms of Standard conditions for temperature and pressure.
His studies in Snowmelt integrate themes in fields like Infiltration and Depression-focused recharge. His work deals with themes such as Peat, Structural basin, Global warming and Subsurface flow, which intersect with Permafrost. His Subsurface flow study deals with Soil science intersecting with Geomorphology.
Hydrology, Groundwater, Snowmelt, Surface runoff and Groundwater recharge are his primary areas of study. His is involved in several facets of Hydrology study, as is seen by his studies on Wetland, Water balance, Surface water, Hydrology and Groundwater discharge. The various areas that Masaki Hayashi examines in his Groundwater study include Bedrock, Baseflow and Moraine.
His Snowmelt research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Infiltration, Snowpack, Soil water and Meltwater. His Surface runoff research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Peat, Permafrost, Streamflow and Hydrological modelling. In his research, Hydraulic conductivity is intimately related to Geomorphology, which falls under the overarching field of Groundwater flow.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Hydrology, Groundwater, Groundwater recharge, Snowmelt and Aquifer. His Hydrology research incorporates elements of Meltwater and Vegetation. His primary area of study in Groundwater is in the field of Groundwater flow.
His research integrates issues of Watershed scale, Snowpack, Surface runoff and Soil water balance in his study of Groundwater recharge. His biological study deals with issues like Soil water, which deal with fields such as Permeability. Masaki Hayashi interconnects Bedrock and Water resources in the investigation of issues within Aquifer.
Hydrology, Snowmelt, Permafrost, Groundwater and Subarctic climate are his primary areas of study. His research in Hydrology intersects with topics in Rock glacier and Snowpack. His Snowmelt study combines topics in areas such as Infiltration and Groundwater recharge.
Masaki Hayashi interconnects Peat and Soil water in the investigation of issues within Permafrost. His studies in Groundwater integrate themes in fields like Streamflow and Surface runoff. Masaki Hayashi focuses mostly in the field of Surface runoff, narrowing it down to topics relating to Surface water and, in certain cases, Landscape ecology and Hydrology.
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Effects of ground water exchange on the hydrology and ecology of surface water.
Masaki Hayashi;Donald O. Rosenberry.
Ground Water (2002)
Temperature-electrical conductivity relation of water for environmental monitoring and geophysical data inversion
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (2004)
Groundwater-wetland ecosystem interaction in the semiarid glaciated plains of North America
Garth van der Kamp;Masaki Hayashi.
Hydrogeology Journal (2009)
Water and solute transfer between a prairie wetland and adjacent uplands, 1. Water balance
Masaki Hayashi;Garth van der Kamp;Dave L. Rudolph.
Journal of Hydrology (1998)
Comparing the hydrology of grassed and cultivated catchments in the semi‐arid Canadian prairies
G. van der Kamp;M. Hayashi;D. Gallén.
Hydrological Processes (2003)
Focused infiltration of snowmelt water in partially frozen soil under small depressions
Masaki Hayashi;Garth van der Kamp;Randy Schmidt.
Journal of Hydrology (2003)
Depth-area-volume and hydroperiod relationships of ephemeral (vernal) forest pools in southern New England
Robert T. Brooks;Masaki Hayashi.
Simple equations to represent the volume - area - depth relations of shallow wetlands in small topographic depressions.
M Hayashi;G van der Kamp.
Journal of Hydrology (2000)
Permafrost-thaw-induced land-cover change in the Canadian subarctic: implications for water resources
W.L. Quinton;M. Hayashi;L.E. Chasmer.
Hydrological Processes (2011)
Spatial and Temporal Variations in Active Layer Thawing and Their Implication on Runoff Generation in Peat-Covered Permafrost Terrain
Nicole Wright;Masaki Hayashi;William L. Quinton.
Water Resources Research (2009)
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