Hayashi, M. and W.L. Quinton. 2004. A constant-head well permeameter method for measuring field-saturated hydraulic conductivity above an impermeable layer. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 84: 255-264.

Parsons, D.F., M. Hayashi and G. van der Kamp. 2004. Infiltration and solute transport under a seasonal wetland: Bromide tracer experiments in Saskatoon, Canada. Hydrological Processes, 18: 2011-2027.

Hayashi, M., W.L. Quinton, A. Pietroniro, and J.J. Gibson. 2004. Hydrologic functions of wetlands in a discontinuous permafrost basin indicated by isotopic and chemical signatures. Journal of Hydrology, 296: 81-97.

Berthold, S., L.R. Bentley and M. Hayashi. 2004. Integrated hydrogeological and geophysical study of depression-focused groundwater recharge in the Canadian prairies. Water Resources Research, 40, W06505, doi:10.1029/2003WR002982

Hayashi, M. 2004. Temperature-electrical conductivity relation of water for environmental monitoring and geophysical data inversion. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 96: 121-130.

Quinton, W.L., M. Hayashi and A. Pietroniro. 2003. Connectivity and storage functions of channel fens and flat bogs in northern basins. Hydrological Processes, 17: 3665-3684.

van der Kamp, G., M. Hayashi and D. Gallen. 2003. Comparing the hydrology of grassed and cultivated catchments in the semi-arid Canadian prairies. Hydrological Processes, 17: 559-575.

Hayashi, M., G. van der Kamp and R. Schmidt. 2003. Focused infiltration of snowmelt water in partially frozen soil under small depressions. Journal of Hydrology, 270: 214-229.