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To examine the cause of isotopic difference among gross rainfall, throughfall and stemflow, water sampling with high temporal resolution was conducted in a Japanese cedar forest during a typhoon event. In this event, δ 18 O variation of throughfall was similar to that of gross rainfall except for the beginning of the rainfall event. However, isotopic fluctuations of stemflow differed from those of gross rainfall and throughfall throughout the event, although the temporal trend of stemflowdoi:10.3178/hrl.5.32 fatcat:6wyn5hoz35hl7bwx6dsnmm3rzi