Sprenger M, Kuppel S, Brown W, Newman A, Beutler C, Carroll RWH, Popovich K, Williams KH (2022): From Long Term Stable Isotope Observations to Conceptual and Physical Based Model Simulations to Characterize Catchment Runoff Generation in a Snow Dominated Catchment, AGU Fall Meeting 2022, Chicago, USA.
Sprenger M, Seeger S, Berkelhammer M, Henderson A, Brodie E, Bouskill N, Bill M, Dennedy-Frank JP, Weiler M, Williams KH (2022): Seasonal to Daily Soil and Plant Water Isotope Dynamics to Understand the Role of Snowmelt and Monsoon Rain for Evapotranspiration, AGU Fall Meeting 2022, Chicago, USA.
Sprenger M (2022): Seasonal to daily stable isotope dynamics of water from the plot to the catchment scale reveal the role of snowmelt for evapotranspiration and runoff, Joint European Stable Isotope Users Group Meeting JESIUM 2022, Kuopio, Finland
Sprenger M, (2021): What ecohydrological tracer data reveal or potentially harbor: recent experiences on sampling, interpretation, and model applications, Workshop on Water and nutrient fluxes in ecosystems under a changing climate - a tracer-based perspective, online.
Sprenger M (2018): Insights into soil-plant interactions in the water cycle using stable isotopes, Symposium on Ecological Restoration and Efficient Utilization of Water Resources in Semi-arid Regions, Zhangjiakou, China.
Sprenger M. (2017), Potential of stable water isotopes to understand effects of land use and climate change on soil functions, Symposium on Soil Resources, ETH Zürich, Switzerland.
Sprenger M., Tetzlaff D., Ala-Aho P., Buttle J., Laudon H., Mitchell C.P.J., Snelgrove J., Weiler M., Soulsby C. (2017): Mobile and tightly bound soil water fluxes in northern environments, EGU Leonardo Conference 2017 on "Water stable isotopes in the hydrological cycle", Black Forest, Germany.
Sprenger M & Watershed SFA Team (2023): Seasonal to daily isotope dynamics in stream, soil, and plant water to understand the role of snowmelt and monsoon rain for evapotranspiration, CZNet Dynamic Water meeting, January 2023, online.
Sprenger M (2019): Application of stable isotopes in the critical zone towards a better understanding of hydrological processes, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, August 2019, Berkeley, USA.
Sprenger M (2019): Using stable isotopes to investigate soil-plant interactions in the water cycle, Western Carolina University, April 2019, Cullowhee, USA.
Sprenger M (2018): Application of stable isotopes in the critical zone with example of travel time analysis, Isotope Hydrology Seminar at Water Resources and Environmental Engineering, University of Oulu, October 2018, Finland.
Sprenger M (2018): Water age analysis in the critical zone using stable isotopes of water, EPFL ECHO laboratory, September 2018, Lausanne, Switzerland. Sprenger M (2018): Understanding mixing and transport processes in the critical zone using stable isotopes of water, Forum 2to3: Cryosphere and Geomorphology & Water and Climate, University of Zurich, September 2018, Zurich, Switzerland
Sprenger M. (2017): Understanding water storage, mixing and travel times in soils using water stable isotopes, Geosciences Seminar Series, University of Aberdeen, February 2017 Aberdeen, UK.
Sprenger M, Kuppel S, Ulrich C, Carroll RWH, Williams KH (2023): An isotope-enabled modeling approach to track snowmelt and groundwater contribution to runoff and root water uptake in a snow dominated mountainous catchment, EGU General Assembly 2023, Vienna, Austria.
Sprenger M (2022): Two examples of using stable isotopes on the catchment scale to infer plant water use, EGU Galileo Conference and 2nd edition of the workshop on "Isotope-based studies of water partitioning and plant-soil interactions in forested and agricultural environments", Tuscany, Italy
Sprenger M, Llorens P, Gallart F, Allen ST, Benettin P, Latron J (2022): A multi-objective parameterization of StorAge Selection functions based on stable isotopes sampled at the catchment outlet and in trees to constrain water age estimations for runoff and evapotranspiration fluxes, IAHS-AISH Scientific Assembly 2022, Montpellier, France.
Sprenger M, Carroll RWH, Siirila-Woodburn ER, Dennedy-Frank PJ, Williams KH, Brown WS, Newman A, Beutler CA, Bill M Hubbard SS (2021): Variability of snow and rainfall partitioning into evapotranspiration and summer runoff across eight mountainous catchments, AGU Fall Meeting 2021, New Orleans, USA.
Wu Y, Arora B, Berkelhammer MB, Brodie E, Carroll RWH, Chen J, Chou C, Dafflon B, Enquist BJ, Faybishenko B, Gerlein-Safdi C, Gochis D, Henderson A, Kueppers LM, Peruzzo L, Powell T, Ryken A, Sprenger M, Steltzer H, Tokunaga TK, Siirila-Woodburn ER, Xu Z, Williams KH, Hubbard SS and Watershed SFA Function Team (2021): Reconciling Evapotranspiration – Cross Method Synthesis and Uncertainty Quantification at the East River Watershed, AGU Fall Meeting 2021, New Orleans, USA.
Wainwright HM, Dafflon B, Dennedy-Frank PJ, Falco N, Siirila-Woodburn ER, Uhlemann S, Sprenger M, Williams KH, Hubbard SS (2021): Watershed Monitoring Network Optimization Through Co-Design: Bedrock-to-Canopy Characterization and Ecohydrological Modeling, AGU Fall Meeting 2021, New Orleans, USA.
Dennedy-Frank PJ, Sprenger M, Carroll RWH, Williams KH, Hubbard SS, Siirila-Woodburn ER (2021): Understanding Snow and Rain Partitioning into Runoff and Evapotranspiration in a Mountainous Watershed Using Dynamic-Flux Particle Tracking, AGU Fall Meeting 2021, New Orleans, USA.
Carroll RWH, Deems JS, Maxwell RM, Sprenger M, Brown W, Newman A, Beutler CA, Bill M, Hubbard SS Williams KH (2021): Snow Dynamics and Stable Water Isotope Inputs Across Mountain Landscapes, AGU Fall Meeting 2021, New Orleans, USA.
Tetzlaff D., Ala-Aho P., Buttle J., Carey C., Kohn M., Kuppel S., Laudon H., McDonnell J., McNamara J., Spence C., Sprenger M., Smith A., Soulsby C. (2017): Using stable isotopes to understand Vegetation-Water linkages across northern landscapes, EGU Leonardo Conference 2017 on "Water stable isotopes in the hydrological cycle", Black Forest, Germany.
Weiler M., Sprenger M., Volkmann T., Seeger S., Leistert H. (2017): Coupled field sampling and modelling of soil and plant water stable isotopes to quantify site specific hydrological fluxes, CGU/CSAFM 2017, Vancouver, Canada.
Sprenger M., Weiler M. (2013): Potential of pore water stable isotope for optimization of soil physical parameters and predicting flow and transport in the unsaturated zone, AGU Fall Meeting 2013, San Francisco, USA.
Minick K, Bahramian J, Sprenger M, Reinhardt K, Johnson D, Tucker L, Love D, Emanuel R (2022): StorAge Selection (SAS) function application to whole tree water storage and transport using enriched 2H tracing and sap flow in two tree species of North Carolina, AGU Fall Meeting 2022, Chicago, USA.
Sprenger M., Wolf S., Buchmann N., Eugster W., Weihermüller L., Wilcke W., Oelmann Y. (2012): Tree species effects on seepage fluxes in soil in a tropical afforestation, 4th EUROSOIL Conference, Bari, Italy.
Sprenger M., Wolf S., Buchmann N., Eugster W., Weihermüller L., Wilcke W., Oelmann Y. (2012): Der Effekt von Baumarten auf die Versickerungsraten auf einer tropischen Aufforstung, Tag der Hydrologie, Freiburg, Germany.