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    • Archetypes and Controls of Riverine Nutrient Export Across German Catchments 

      Ebeling, PiaORCIDiD; Kumar, RohiniORCIDiD; Weber, MichaelORCIDiD; Knoll, LukasORCIDiD; Fleckenstein, Jan H.ORCIDiD; Musolff, AndreasORCIDiD (Water Resources Research, 2021-04-26)
      Elevated nutrient inputs challenge the health and functioning of aquatic ecosystems. To improve riverine water quality management, it is necessary to understand the underlying biogeochemical and physical processes, ...
    • Diagnostic Evaluation of Large-Domain Hydrologic Models Calibrated Across the Contiguous United States 

      Rakovec, OldrichORCIDiD; Mizukami, Naoki; Kumar, RohiniORCIDiD; Newman, Andrew J.; Thober, StephanORCIDiD; Wood, Andrew W.; Clark, Martyn P.; Samaniego, LuisORCIDiD (Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 2019)
      This study presents diagnostic evaluation of two large-domain hydrologic models: the mesoscale Hydrologic Model (mHM) and the Variable Infiltration Capacity (VIC) over the contiguous United States (CONUS). These models ...
    • Disentangling the Impact of Catchment Heterogeneity on Nitrate Export Dynamics From Event to Long‐Term Time Scales 

      Winter, CarolinORCIDiD; Lutz, Stefanie R.ORCIDiD; Musolff, AndreasORCIDiD; Kumar, RohiniORCIDiD; Weber, MichaelORCIDiD; Fleckenstein, Jan H.ORCIDiD (Water Resources Research, 2021-01-12)
      Defining effective measures to reduce nitrate pollution in heterogeneous mesoscale catchments remains challenging when based on concentration measurements at the outlet only. One reason for this is our limited understanding ...
    • Increase in Population Exposure Due to Dry and Wet Extremes in India Under a Warming Climate 

      Kumar, RohiniORCIDiD; Mishra, VimalORCIDiD (Earth's Future, 2020-12-07)
      Dry and wet extremes affect agricultural production, infrastructure, and socioeconomic well‐being of about 1.4 billion people in India. Despite the profound implications of dry and wet extremes, their changes in the observed ...
    • Long‐Term Nitrate Trajectories Vary by Season in Western European Catchments 

      Ebeling, PiaORCIDiD; Dupas, RémiORCIDiD; Abbott, BenjaminORCIDiD; Kumar, RohiniORCIDiD; Ehrhardt, SophieORCIDiD; Fleckenstein, Jan H.ORCIDiD; Musolff, AndreasORCIDiD (Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2021-09-12)
      Human alteration of nutrient cycles has caused persistent and widespread degradation of water quality around the globe. In many regions, including Western Europe, elevated nitrate (NO3−) concentration in surface waters ...
    • The 2018–2020 Multi‐Year Drought Sets a New Benchmark in Europe 

      Rakovec, OldrichORCIDiD; Samaniego, LuisORCIDiD; Hari, VittalORCIDiD; Markonis, YannisORCIDiD; Moravec, VojtěchORCIDiD; Thober, StephanORCIDiD; Hanel, MartinORCIDiD; Kumar, RohiniORCIDiD (Earth's Future, 2022-03-24)
      During the period 2018–2020, Europe experienced a series of hot and dry weather conditions with significant socioeconomic and environmental consequences. Yet, the extremity of these multi‐year dry conditions is not recognized. ...
    • The Goldilocks Zone in Cooling Demand: What Can We Do Better? 

      Maia‐Silva, DeboraORCIDiD; Kumar, RohiniORCIDiD; Nateghi, RoshanakORCIDiD (Earth's Future, 2022-01-18)
      The higher frequency and intensity of sustained heat events have increased the demand for cooling energy across the globe. Current estimates of summer‐time energy demand are primarily based on Cooling Degree Days (CDD), ...